The Dog's Tits
11 May 2008
Hey clown, where's that cheap petrol then?
Pat Walker: a worthless stooge of a nanny-state which despises property rights and voluntary transaction. And the useless wanker can't even pretend to have achieved anything.
May we all one day be worthy to share the planet with this bloke:
Boys. Fighting the German Army. Jesus.
David Bellavia, a former infantry Sergeant in the US Army, provides a searing first-hand account of the battle of Fallujah in 2004.
You'll learn more from reading this book than you will have gained from years of clueless mainstream media coverage.
Bellavia, it just so happens, is now running for congress.
I'm going to get myself a copy of Michael Yon's Moment of Truth in Iraq. Yon's website should be compulsory reading for everybody, especially the moral defectives who blubber about the brave Iraqi "resistance" standing up against the evil Americans.
Yon currently has an excellent article up over here.
Reading Instapundit on Friday, I saw with some surprise and delight that Gates of Fire author Steven Pressfield had just come out with a new novel, this time in a 'modern' setting: Killing Rommel. I now have a copy and I'll get started on it today. Not everything of Pressfield's works. Tides of War proved to be impenetrable for me thanks to a laboured "fourth-hand" narration. But when he gets it right, man does he get it right.
One book I'm going to order, which I skimmed through briefly at Tom Paine's place was Mark Woodforde's Unheralded Victory, explaining how, in pure military terms, the USA handed the communists their arse on a plate during the Vietnam war. Of course, lefties go completely apeshit when you tell them this.
Sniper on the Eastern Front looks worthy of a read, even if it is told from the Krauts' point-of-view.
On July 9th, I'll be off to Hallam, Vic. to watch the reunion of The Angels.
Doc Neeson is in shocking shape nowdays (a car accident fucked him royally), but his voice is still in good order. I could go watch them in Sydney (it's a hellava lot closer), but I'll be teaming up with a charming bunch of degenerates I met at Phillip Island a couple of months back.
It'll be fun, kiddies. Certainly better than any of the crap I endured at The Big Day Out a few years ago.
My mention of The Angels got me thinking about Australian rock n' roll over the years.
What's the best-ever aussie rock song? I reckon this one.
Dontya just love holier-than-thou greenie celebrities?
Japan's looming demographic catastrophe:
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