User Profile: galaxie_man


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  • [2] February 28, 2015 at 12:08pm

    The order of events for me:

    1). Eliminate threat (Hint; I practice…..A LOT! Bad guy(s) will be dead.)
    2). Firearm specialist attorney always on speed dial is called.
    3). 911 is called
    4). Only administrative questions (name, address, phone number) are answered to LE.
    5). All other questions answered after Miranda warning and in presence of said attorney.

  • [32] February 27, 2015 at 5:57pm

    Yep….same with me. Last time I was down there was in 2012. I do not say I was there on vacation, I tell people, “I Lived in Texas for ten days.” I also tell them I am just a poor displaced Southern Boy, stuck here in Kommiecticut. BTW, I was born a Mass-Hole (Massachusetts).

    One of the things I love is Texas Pride. When someone is from Texas, you know it! Every house that has a flag pole or two ALWAYS flies the Texas flag, along with the U.S. flag and their favorite NASCAR driver or sports team. You know who flies a CT flag in their yard here….NO ONE!

    As soon as I can convince my wife to pack up and go….WE WILL!! And to my Texas brothers/sisters, don’t worry…I will NOT be bringing any liberal ideology with me to pollute that great state.

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  • [24] February 24, 2015 at 1:42pm

    Just like that other congressional idiot of color that thought the Island of Guam was going to flip over if there were too many people on one side.

    Yup….certain skin color = “SHHHHHHH, Don’t say ANYTHING negative about them YOU RACIST!”

  • February 22, 2015 at 6:50pm

    Boy…..I sure would like to get a hold of one of those M-14s our government just hands over to those clowns. The CMP has tried to get them converted to semi -auto M1A’s (an easy and permanent conversion) and available for purchase to qualified buyers, but our goobermint says “NAY NAY!”…..they must be destroyed. Or given to those who may some day shoot our guys in the back, whatever.

  • [2] February 18, 2015 at 7:16am

    @chips1: You are correct, a lot of us are armed, but sadly a majority still is not. Even myself there are times I am simply unable to carry. The other problem is the media’s ignorance of firearms being used for defense, whether it was fired or not, or the fact that no report exists of incident to begin with. I personally defended my home by displaying my firearm and the guy at the door left. The only report that exists is a 911 telephone log and recording at the CT State Police that I called, but there was no trooper available to come out.

    It has been estimated by the NRA that firearms are used for defense a couple million times per year, but they go unreported for a variety of reasons.

  • [17] February 17, 2015 at 6:45pm

    If anyone asks me that question, I will be stepping back several feet and my hand will already be on my holster releasing the thumb-break.

    “None of your effin’ business… go away!”

    Hopefully such a person would RUN away. The alternative would be very bad.

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  • [4] February 14, 2015 at 8:59am

    This is the norm where I live in rural eastern CT. The CT State Police cover the area with 6 shift troopers, so on a good night I would see one in less than 5 minutes. That’s too darn long for me. Now factor in bad weather, trouble at one of the prisons or at UConn and we ARE ON OUR OWN! We kind of knew this when we moved here 10 years ago.

    This became fact at 1:00 AM on Christmas morning 2012 when I called about a potential intruder, and was told no troopers were available. The guy left when he clearly saw my Glock.

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  • [9] February 14, 2015 at 8:52am

    I lived in a neighborhood full of kids in the late 60′s and early 70′s. Every one of us had an arsenal of toy guns (including the girls) and we re-enacted battles from the wild west, WWII, and Vietnam. The good guys (U.S.) ALWAYS won! Not a single one of us went on to commit violence or kill anyone. I bought my Crosman 760 pellet rifle at 16, and my Marlin Model 60 at 18. I knew they were NOT toys! A couple of homes had real guns in them belonging to the Dad’s, but it never crossed our minds to mess with them. Still enjoying firearms 35 years later.

  • [3] February 14, 2015 at 8:38am

    @TrickyDick: Go ahead and yell that near me, MORON….and you may quickly assume room temperature. I do not screw around in such instances, especially in a place I would consider a “soft target” like a shopping mall, movie theater, or any other crowded public place.

    I would instantly draw my weapon, quickly take aim with finger on the trigger, and then decide whether or not to finish the job.

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  • [1] February 12, 2015 at 3:48pm

    W’s real three words……

    “MISS ME YET???”

  • [2] February 10, 2015 at 1:03pm

    I recently bought a VIZIO flat screen “smart” TV that can connect to the internet for content if you enable it. I did not buy it for that feature, it just came included. When I connected the first time, I had to agree to an end user agreement. Once I read through it, I promptly declined, broke the connection to my WI-FI, and never connected it again.

  • [1] February 5, 2015 at 11:18am

    Just do what I do; program the Dish receivers to block channel 215 on all tv sets. That way the mooslim propaganda filth doesn’t accidentally end up in my home when scrolling up and down through the channels. :D

  • February 4, 2015 at 8:40am

    I am so glad I have been living in a rural wooded area for the last 10 years, and no longer in a dense urban neighborhood. I shoot in my yard. My neighbors shoot in their yards. Sometimes, we’ll get together with the neighbors to shoot in an event we call “a play date.” We have a sportsman’s club with a 200 yard range in town. We have a guy across town that shoots skeet competitively, and has a lighted range on his property. He shoots until 10PM sometimes. Most of town is wooded and during hunting season(s) is very active. Gunfire is heard regularly around my town (and surrounding towns), and the only gun deaths since I have lived here were a couple of suicides. If you think you going to move out here to eastern CT from the cities and bring your gun hating values with you, you are going to be severely disappointed. The CT State Police will get sick of your baseless complaints and tell you to pound sand.

    Be forewarned…..whether you are a simple intruder, or an EBT dependent obamabot after the SHTF; you should not come out our way looking for loot. We have NO police force in our towns, WE are the first line of defense, and WE do not play by the same rules as the police.

  • [1] January 30, 2015 at 3:13pm

    The provider here in eastern CT is Charter. I had no phone or internet and had upgraded my CATV to all digital because analog was going away. They gave me free install and a discounted price for a year. I asked, “what happens after a year?” They told me the price goes up, but if I call customer service and request a promotional extension, and do this yearly, I get to keep the price. Well. I called them on the one year anniversary, and they said they can’t do it anymore. When I asked for a supervisor, I was told not to waste my time because the supervisor would say the same thing. I asked, “so basically, you are telling me to suck it, right?” The rep actually said yes! Needless to say, the cable to my house from the pole has been cut, and DISH Network is now my television provider. The bill is less than what I would be paying for cable, with WAY MORE content and just about all HD. Since it is pretty rural here, when there is a wide spread power outage, we are pretty low on the list to get electricity back. After 2 hours, all the CATV repeater boxes go out, as well as all of Charter’s services. Now during a power outage, I get to sit in my generator powered home and watch television. My internet is via DSL so that is working as well.

    BTW….the weather outages have been minimal and short-lived. Not a bad trade off IMHO.

  • January 28, 2015 at 8:30am

    I had to renew my passport last year. They all come with an RFID chip imbedded in the cover now. Before the renewals arrived in the mail, I had already purchased a pair of foil lined protective sleeves from REI Sports. Even sitting in my safe at home they are in the sleeves.

    But I have to laugh at everyone that has any smart phone. Those people that were worried about the government implanting chips in your body when you went to the doctor, got your flu shot, or gave blood now willingly carry one around at all times. Even if you shut the darn thing off it is still storing location data. Myself, I like the old school flip phone I have that only gives out the location if I allow it or call 911. After all, I use my phone to actually make phone calls.

  • [6] January 28, 2015 at 6:30am

    The 10 round limit is just a low-ball stepping stone for gun control laws. That way when the next mass shooting occurs in a gun-free killing zone and their 10 round law had no effect, they can try for 5 or less. The only magazine capacity should be determined by the magazine capacity or the owner.

    Now is the time for mass non-compliance. Let them keep trying to propose and pass their useless nonsense. That is what the majority of us Patriots did here in CT. Now state government and law enforcement is befuddled and confused.

    It’s their move. We’re ready and waiting.

  • [2] January 27, 2015 at 11:49am

    Stoopid Photobucket!!

    Sorry folks, here is a proper link to the photo:

  • January 27, 2015 at 11:39am

    There is one of these setups in front of the Massachusetts DCR Office on 136 Damon Road in Northampton, MA. I see it every time I pass it by and can find no information about what it is. The sheeple that live in the area don’t even care what it might be. It has the two opposite facing cameras, and a sensor that I imagine reads EZ-Pass toll transponders as cars go by, as well as some other equipment.
    I have a photo of it from Jan. 6, 2015 posted here:

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  • [9] January 27, 2015 at 7:35am

    What a DeeBag. If you think someone like Rush is the devil, then you have no idea what the eff you are talking about. Learn what true evil and Satan is really all about.

    As far as I know:

    1). Rush is actually human (3 failed marriages, now on #4; medical problems that lead to drug problems, loved his parents, personally very generous, etc.)
    2). Rush has never killed anyone
    3). Rush loves his Country, and isn’t trying to destroy it
    4). He didn’t become successful by tearing down the wealth and property of others

    I have been listening to him since 1991, because he mostly agrees with me and my views, not to give me my talking points or marching orders. Unlike you loons on the left.

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  • [3] January 27, 2015 at 7:14am

    I can tell him in four words……

    “Mitt, please go home.”

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