Dog Snot Diaries

I write, you whine….

Thursday, July 31, 2008

I think this is why we haven’t heard from Jonathan in awhile…

There are just too many great quotes here not to post them.

“Was I speeding?”

“My wife said if I didn’t go to the store and get her a beer, she was gonna stab me in the face.”

“How long have you been on the lawnmower? About 2 weeks, my truck is broke.”

“I know mah rights! I know mah rights!”

“Is it illegal to cut grass?!?”

“What the hell? Mah wife’s gonna kick your ass!” – Watch more free videos

posted by Geoffrey at 7:32 pm  

Sunday, July 6, 2008

It’s official!

I’ve gotten lazy. This will be my first year out of a tent.

posted by Geoffrey at 7:25 pm  

Monday, June 30, 2008

My nuts itch!

posted by Geoffrey at 10:56 pm  

Monday, June 30, 2008

Obama Lies.

Surprised? I’m not. The louder a politician cries CHANGE, the deeper he’s seated in “same old, same old”. Obama teaches Constitutional law? Not very well, it would seem.

posted by Geoffrey at 6:17 pm  

Monday, June 30, 2008

Are you a Rifleman, or a cook?

The Appleseed Project

Do you believe that the 2nd Amendment addresses the individual rights of citizens to keep and bear arms? Do you shoot, or want to learn? Can you consistently hit a man sized target at 500 yards?

What’s a rifleman?
In short, a rifleman is an armed American, trained in the tradition of American Liberty. It’s a man who has learned to shoot a rifle accurately — accurate enough to score “expert” on the Army Qualification Course. Until you can do that, you’re considered a “Cook,” unprepared and unqualified to carry a rifle on the firing line of freedom. But after attending an Appleseed AQT shoot, you’ll have the credentials necessary to be a true rifleman, and will understand the critical need for defending freedom in this country.

If you haven’t been to an Appleseed event, go. You don’t need to own a firearm. Chances are they’ll provide one if you let them know. Buy some ammo (even .22lr is fine, if you want to shoot inexpensively), show up, learn some history, and improve your marksmanship more than you could have dreamed.

posted by Geoffrey at 8:22 am  

Monday, June 30, 2008

Wesley Clark should resign his commission

I don’t care if you agree with McCain’s politics. I don’t care if you agree with his service. I don’t care if you think his service is relevant to his qualification to be President. I really don’t. McCain is about as far away from my ideal candidate that you can get, without being Obama.

But imply that his service was insignificant and doesn’t lend legitimacy to his qualifications to be Commander in Chief is to admit that you’ve left all reason at the door and thrown yourself into the political back talking machine. Wesley Clark has decided to leave honor at the door in hopes of securing a VP slot. He’s brought discredit to himself, his uniform, and his commission. Resign it.

posted by Geoffrey at 7:58 am  

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

It’s almost time for the Moxie Festival

I love Moxie. Not this Moxie (although she’s great, too). This Moxie. I don’t know how anyone could NOT love Moxie. If you haven’t tried it, you’re missing out. Chances are, if you don’t live in northern New England, you haven’t tried it. Southerners pass on all the great things to leave room for crap like hogs balls.

The Moxie Festival is coming up in a few weeks. I’ve never been, but I plan on going this year. I don’t know where Lisbon Falls fits into the equation. It was created in Union.

It also makes a great mixer. If you’re from Maine, or know anything about it, the names make perfect sense.

Moxie has also grown in popularity in recent years in regions of southern Maine and Connecticut due to its mixability with certain spirits. Notable Moxie mixed drinks include the “Welfare Momâ€?, which consists of equal parts Diet Moxie and Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy; the “County Girlâ€?, a drink made up of one part bourbon whiskey and two parts Moxie on the rocks, with an optional lime garnish; the “Mad Mailman”, a mixture of Moxie and Jägermeister; and “The Vijay”, which consists of one part Moxie and one part blended American Whiskey. Many people, even those who do not like the soda on its own, find it refreshing when mixed with whiskey.

posted by Geoffrey at 7:47 am  

Monday, June 9, 2008

Latest addition to the safe

Bushmaster Bullpup. Finally!

posted by Geoffrey at 9:58 pm  

Monday, June 9, 2008

Upgrade complete

I completed the upgrade, but lost a few posts in the process. Rather than type them again, here’s the picture: my newest match rifle.

posted by Geoffrey at 9:49 pm  

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

New Pheasant Slayer

Pheasant season is still a long way off, but I can’t pass up a good deal when it falls in my lap. Ahhhh, the joy of a Stoeger Over/Under 12 Gauge shotgun. The season can’t come soon enough.


posted by Geoffrey at 2:30 pm  
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