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Your model for today was born on July 31st, 1998 in Walnut Grove, California. She stands 5′ 6″ and measures 322436 and 110 lbs. Please welcome Miss Kristina Basham.

122 Comments

  1. She’s got potential.

  2. I’ve got insomnia.

  3. Well…..she’s got those eyes that let you know that the elevator doesn’t go all the way to the top.

    But I rather doubt that most guys are looking at her eyes 😉

  4. ***waves at Pendejo***

  5. Good morning, crew. I get to see my family this weekend. Hooray!

  6. She’s got a beautiful body but I wish she’d smile more, I know she’s trying to be sultry but I like it when they look like they’re having fun being slutty.

    The real star of this show are the categories. Hahgahaahhha

  7. Who’s the young lad in the featured pic ….
    *runs away mutley laughing*

  8. I can’t believe it. It really happened.

    The cops showed up and contained the shooter, waited, and let a bunch of kids die.

  9. It took me a minute to realize that was her foot in her crotch area in the 3rd video when she was telling her Blue Apron story. I never got to the end of it but from what I did hear the company is a little disorganized.

  10. https://celebritygen.com/kristina-basham/

  11. Pros:

    -Her boobs defy gravity in a few of the pictures but they are proportionate to the rest of her.

    -She’s got talent as evidenced by the way her fingers work the organ

    -No visible tattoos or piercings in strange places

    -Attractive features

    Cons:

    -Aforementioned plastic boobs

    -Sounded a little ditzy when telling her Blue Apron story

    Conclusion?

    Year end finalist but will go home early without the crown

  12. MJ, I’m trying to slowly wake up and sip coffee before I engage that story because it will put me over the edge with rage

  13. In the pros list I neglected to mention her last name of Basham implies Middle Eastern heritage at some point along the line and we Arab Americans, regardless of how minuscule the DNA component we actually have, need to stick together

  14. Nice melons and a nice smile. This is more my speed.

    Real dads aren’t necessarily genetically related.

    Word. You, Dave, are a certified Good Egg.

  15. 10/10 would smash categorically

  16. Comment by MJ on May 27, 2022 6:18 am
    I can’t believe it. It really happened.

    The cops showed up and contained the shooter, waited, and let a bunch of kids die.

    =======

    MJ, my husband and I can’t stop talking about the police actions. It’s insane.

    I guarantee you, we’d be doing shit like the gal who had the cuffs taken off and went in and got her kids.

    My husband said, “I’d tell the cops, fine, shoot me in the back but I’m going in.”

    And if you have kids you know that’s not an idle threat.

  17. Recipe for a psychopathic break. No dad. Drug addicted mom. Video games. Speech impediment/bullied.
    https://nypost.com/2022/05/25/details-emerge-on-texas-school-shooter-salvador-ramos-behavior/

  18. iF OnLy TheRe WERe sOMe SigNS. BAN ALL GUNS.

  19. Again, I refer to what happened in Oxford. Which was the exact opposite.

  20. Shooter was arrested about 3 minuets after police arrived. He had about 5 minuets total attack time.

    Not an hour, plus 12 minutes outside the building. 5.

    My friend’s BIL was a responding officer and he broke his ankle running through a field toward the building (he stepped in a hole).

    So, why the difference?

  21. Liberals stating that they understand the behavior of cowering while a crazy guy murdered kids is a bad look for them.

  22. She married a guy who is 30+ years older than her? Gross.

  23. Allowing guns in the hands of teachers may be a self-correcting thing. The genderqueer lib groomer teachers will want NOTHING to do with it and go back to working at starbucks.

  24. So, why the difference?
    ———————————————-

    Honestly not following this too closely. Everyone is always smarter than the cops and legal scholars know more than the founders about the 2nd amendment, yadayada, for at least the first week.

    I’d guess the delay was from a transition from an active shooter to a barricaded gunman (with hostages). Not sure if that is what happened or not. But it fits with a delay. Barricaded gunman are handled very differently. If a gunman is not actively shooting, extra time typically works towards the cops advantage.

  25. I’m not smarter. I just know that in Oxford the cops ran into the building, unaware of the situation. They just went in.

    If the crazy kid shot back and that’s why they retreated – he wasn’t barricaded at the time.

  26. If a gunman is not actively shooting, extra time typically works towards the cops advantage.
    ——————-
    I get what you’re saying but let’s not try to think this out. The cops hesitated because they valued their lives over others. They condemned the wounded to death.

  27. I’m not smarter. I just know that in Oxford the cops ran into the building, unaware of the situation. They just went in.

    If the crazy kid shot back and that’s why they retreated – he wasn’t barricaded at the time.

    —————————————————
    Wasnt insulting anyone. Just explaining why I haven’t dug into it. I cant handle the news for the first week after an incident. Everyone knows and reports a lot of things that arent true.

    And again, there is a difference in response between active shooter and formerly active but now quiet shooter, and person with a gun who hasn’t started shooting yet and barricaded gunman, and hostage situation. These situations can be very, very fluid.

    When I was training for these incidents, we were told to wait for a minimum of 4 cops before making entry. We were also told if you could hear shots, we were going with what we had. If we couldn’t hear shots, or had no info that shooting was active, we changed response policy. When we go into the building, are we searching every room or going straight to where the last shots were heard? Do we know exactly where the shooter is? How many shooters are there? Are there school resource officers inside? What is their status? What types of weapons does the shooter have? Do we have a chance at neutralizing the threat, or are we going to escalate it without a chance of success? Are we going to get more students killed by waiting, or by going in right now?

    There will always be gaps in information, and always hindsight will show something could have/should have gone better. I honestly dont know if the cops were right or wrong here. From what I hear, it was an operator from BORTAC (Border Patrols highly elite SWAT) who took out the shooter. Did BORTAC just happen to be in the area and rush to assist, or were they called in due to a hostage situation?

    More will follow, I’m sure. But right now, nobody outside of LE involved can possibly know if they acted correctly or not.

  28. If a gunman is not actively shooting, extra time typically works towards the cops advantage.
    ——————-
    I get what you’re saying but let’s not try to think this out. The cops hesitated because they valued their lives over others. They condemned the wounded to death
    ———————————
    Maybe, maybe not. If so, they raise and train cops a lot differently in TX than they do in MI. I believe I heard one of the cops in the response had a daughter in the school who was killed, and several other had kids inside. So I’m leaning towards maybe not.

    Fact is, this stuff isnt a video game. There are real consequences for decisions, and there is never enough information. No matter the decision made, there will be criticism. No matter the decision made, there will be those who claim that more would have lived with a different tactic. Right now people think the cops wanted to save their own skin. If they went in and an IED went off, or a shooter went from quiet to loud again, people would be claiming the cops were just blood-thirsty/racist/stupid/etc.

    Which is why I said I try to wait for the whole story.

  29. You’ll never get it.

  30. I get waiting for the whole story, I do. And I completely understand that it’s really easy to pick things apart after the fact. I also understand that it’s not a video game and actions have consequences.

    But you should probably follow your own advice because you’re not making any sense.

  31. But you should probably follow your own advice because you’re not making any sense
    —————————————
    Okay, maybe not. We dont know exactly what happened. But I think we can all agree that the cops here acted stupidly.

  32. who let Barry Soetero in here?

  33. Oh, Barry already saw that there were no black people involved and decided to remind us all about the terrible murder of St Floyd. This was all little hispanic kids so they don’t even register as people to him.

  34. “I’d guess the delay was from a transition from an active shooter to a barricaded gunman (with hostages).”

    That’s what I was wondering about. Not trying to reflexively attack or defend the cops, just wondering about the delay. Barricaded subject is treated very differently than active shooter.

  35. But I think we can all agree that the cops here acted stupidly.

    Dude you made me snort in front of cow-orkers. Nice call back to the beginning of all this racial healing.

  36. Like I said yesterday, and Hotspur just said, we won’t get the story. Carin just linked a report that said the Biden administration is not going to investigate.

    It’s a bullshit op.

  37. Whenever I cut myself I always get out a tube of Racial Healing to dress the wound. It doesn’t actually do anything but it feels good knowing I tried.

  38. If police policy is to wait. It’s a shit policy. This nut was killing kids. What’s to wait for?

    And I’ll say it again (it’s about the 10th time) WTF was one border patrol agent able to do what a bunch of waiting cops couldn’t?

  39. Comment by Hotspur on May 27, 2022 10:20 am
    Whenever I cut myself I always get out a tube of Racial Healing to dress the wound. It doesn’t actually do anything but it feels good knowing I tried.

    hahahhahahahha

    For libs emotions > anything

    For normals thinking > emotions

  40. By the way, fear is an emotion.

  41. “If police policy is to wait. It’s a shit policy. This nut was killing kids. What’s to wait for?”

    If the guy is in the process of pressing the trigger, if you hear the boom boom boom, then you don’t wait. That’s not the policy.

    If he’s locked in a room, you don’t hear the sound of gunfire, you don’t know what he’s doing in there, you don’t have any information about hostages, you don’t know if the room is rigged with explosives, all you know is you can’t currently hear the sound of gunfire … Then maybe it’s not a good idea to yell Leroy Jenkins! and go charging in guns blazing.

    It’s also not a good idea to flood that building full of civilians who, best case scenario, are causing a lot of noise and distractions for the crisis negotiators. You don’t improve the situation when a panicked cop puts a round through mom’s forehead when she comes screaming around a corner.

    It’s also not a good idea to keep others kids, the ones not in the barricaded room (if there is one) stuck in those rooms. Evacuate those rooms pronto while your crisis negotiator is working.

    I also don’t know why the one BP got guy the shot – I realize I may never know – but it’s possible he was one of ten guys who said “negotiation didn’t work, we’re going in” and he happened to be the one who got the shot. I’m just speculating and talking about generalities.

    There’s always something that, with perfect hindsight, could have been done better.

  42. Most mass shootings tell us not to wait.

    This was NOT a hostage situation. There were no negotiations. He started killing pretty quickly.

  43. “Most mass shootings tell us not to wait.”

    True.

    “This was NOT a hostage situation. There were no negotiations. He started killing pretty quickly.”

    It didn’t start out a hostage situation. But it is possible for an active shooting to evolve into a hostage situation. Did this one? I don’t know. If it did, sound tactics call for a more deliberate response. It did not, then sound tactics call for rushing the room.

    This isn’t that difficult of a concept.

  44. It didn’t start out a hostage situation. But it is possible for an active shooting to evolve into a hostage situation. Did this one? I don’t know. If it did, sound tactics call for a more deliberate response. It did not, then sound tactics call for rushing the room.

    This isn’t that difficult of a concept.

    ——-

    Okay, Sobek. This thoroughly, thought-out deliberate response killed at least 21 people. Shit response.

  45. You’re not going to rationalize cops standing around AND by the way the sheriff went on CNN saying the cops were afraid of getting shot. I saw that this morning.

    Hoo boy.

  46. I think the most action the cops/fed agents took was pepper spraying parents, wrestling them to the ground and taking out their tasers. Oh. and a few were handcuffed.

    So they kept the crime scene pristine which is always nice.

  47. Odd, a distraught mom had the deliberate response to get out of her handcuffs, enter the building and save her kids.

  48. Sheesh, I just entered my “breakfast” into my carb manager app and I just ate 700 calories. Damn it.

  49. What we don’t know if he shot all the kids at FIRST (many then left to die in the hour) or if he continued to shoot while the cops stood outside protecting themselves. I haven’t heard either way. Everything is pretty murky right now and it doesn’t help that they sorta lied about what happened. Maybe they did everything by the book and perfect? What we see/have been told doesn’t really support that.

  50. Full disclosure: I do not believe in experts. At all.

    Law enforcement absolutely not. “Medical experts” no effing way. (Although, I would certainly bet Jimbro was an excellent surgeon). “Policy experts” no. Social services experts, laughable. Education experts, don’t make me laugh. “Climate experts,” that does truly make me laugh. Financial experts only slightly because the markets are all faked up and they know how to game them. Tax expert, nope.

    I’ll think of more.

  51. I’m trying to find the video of the sheriff on CNN talking to Wolf Blitzer. It’s pretty damning and the sheriff doesn’t get it.

  52. “Okay, Sobek. This thoroughly, thought-out deliberate response killed at least 21 people. Shit response.”

    Well it’s nice that you have it all figured out. Send me your cell number, so that if I ever need to charge into an active shooter situation I can give you a call first and figure out what I should do.

  53. Everything is pretty murky right now and it doesn’t help that they sorta lied about what happened

    ———
    So true.

    It didn’t help that idiot, Abbott said that local law enforcement were all hereos when the parents right there knew that was a lie.

  54. Well it’s nice that you have it all figured out. Send me your cell number, so that if I ever need to charge into an active shooter situation I can give you a call first and figure out what I should do.

    ———–

    It’s apparent YOU would never charge in. I’m hoping that there would be a kick-ass border patrol agent to do it instead.

  55. “It’s apparent YOU would never charge in. I’m hoping that there would be a kick-ass border patrol agent to do it instead.”

    I hope that, too. Someone with some actual stones. A real man. Not someone like me.

  56. This is klaus Schwab’s minion. I’m smelling sulfur coming off this guy:

  57. Mare, maybe take it down a notch. Sobek is speaking from the perspective of having done the job for quite some time, and we’re all operating with limited information through many layers of fog, this is not the time to attack friends who agree that the situation is a shitshow but have a different perspective.

  58. Calm down, Sobek. I never said you weren’t a real man.

    A bunch of cops waiting around while kids were being killed didn’t work. The Parents were right. Doing something might have stopped it. Based on the actions of the Border Patrol agent, they were right.

  59. “Calm down, Sobek.”

    It makes me very happy to see you write those words. 🙂

  60. All I know is I don’t know enough to make a full judgement, but it does look bad. But facts may change that. And so I reserve judgment for now.

    But Obama can go to hell on general principles.

  61. It certainly looks bad enough to be having discussions and asking questions. The left has taken this episode to prove that what happened could have gone no other way and that’s why we need to ban scary guns.

    They’re not interested in conversations about mental health, or shitty parents(drugs are bad / it’s an illness so leave them alone.)

    And it’s interesting because in every other police event they are all over investigating the methods. Shit, when that black professor was questioned about entering his own house – a pretty minor event since no one was even the least bit injured- that was enough for investigations into police methods. But this time? Not a peep.

  62. “Correct, the active shooter situation, you want to stop the killing, you want to preserve life, but also one thing that — of course, the American people need to understand — that officers are making entry into this building. They do not know where the gunman is. They are hearing gunshots. They are receiving gunshots.”

    Okay, with this statement on the record, all of the “ifs” are gone and I can say with confidence that the cops failed catastrophically.

  63. Again, I bring up Oxford. Cops ran in having no idea what was happening.

  64. Which makes me glad I live where cops run in, instead of setting up a perimeter.

  65. $104.73 for 3/4 tank and most of a 5 gallon gas container just now. $800 and change for 150 gallons of heating oil yesterday. And Brandon is just getting started.

  66. is inflation going to get any better with a red wave of epic proportions?

  67. I’m glad we can do battle in here. This certainly isn’t an echo chamber.

  68. hmmm, that’s a great point.

    Delta variant wasn’t worse because it was more deadly, it was worse because we were weaker, because of the jab.

  69. On further review, those “police” should be charged with accessory to mass homicide, the UPD burned to the ground, and every bureaucrat that crafted their policies exiled to Hell.

  70. Flaming Skull update at the mothership on this. I agree with his assessment.

    In other news, Pubicans will cave to Dims on “Gun Control”. It will do nothing about “gun violence” but will very likely hand mid-term elections to the Evil Party. Meanwhile the rot will continue until morale improves.

  71. wow, off duty border patrol agent grabs his barber’s shotgun, goes to the school to rescue his wife, kids, and others.

    https://nypost.com/2022/05/27/cbp-officer-jacob-albarado-runs-into-uvalde-school-with-barbers-shotgun-to-save-daughter/

    Maybe this is where the “police went in to rescue their own” story is from. This guy was completely separate from the on duty cops.

  72. hope he is famous, now. That’s a bad ass man.

  73. Cashier’s check for the tractor has been drafted. This is the single most expensive thing I’ve ever purchased.

  74. congrats? did you settle on a name?

  75. No, it remains unnamed.

  76. The guy buying my tractor is still getting the money together. He needs another 2 grand. I’m not too worried, he’s a nurse who works at the same place as Paula and his wife is an X-ray tech who I worked with for over 20 years.

  77. I’ve been driving around doing errands (and just read the headline to the flaming skull piece) and I think it sorta goes along with my ideas.

    So … “first responders” etc – heroes – folk entrusted with public safety and trained and given guns and pay and benefits – yada yada yada – they are either actually entrusted to public safety and have dangerous jobs- or they are merely folks riding around in cars handing out tickets.

    Which is it? Perhaps we could have two tiers. The ticket folks, who are going to hide in their car, and don’t run toward the burning building – perhaps we don’t give them guns. Or badges.

    Because in my view – being a cop (or an infantry soldier etc) – you TAKE the JOB KNOWING THAT IT CAN BE DANGEROUS. No one makes you take the job, but you take it knowing the deal.

  78. Ace makes my point. The police waited for THE REAL POLICE to show up.

    … ticket givers. that’s what too many cops are.

  79. Remember on the one plan on 9/11 … when passengers just decided to try to ram the cockpit door? Yea. That’s where those parents were – on that level. They realized no on there was going to save their children, and they decided to do it themselves. But the police STOPPED them.

  80. I read another headline that the shooter got in through a door that a teacher had propped open for whatever reason. That’s some bullshit right there

  81. I feel like ace read my comment. Because he makes the exact same point – but with more words.

  82. My son’s school had a ONE entry point. You know how many times kids are let in by friends through the side doors? the locked, exit only doors?

  83. For the millionth time I’m simpatico with Mare.

    There is beauty in simplicity.

  84. The border patrol cop had skin in the game, his wife and daughter were in there. He’s earned the Presidential Medal of Honor or whatever it’s called

  85. Open those doors at Possum’s school and the alarms start blaring.

  86. MareJ agrees with self

  87. But what if he had a dragon in his pocket? A real live dragon that breathes fire and could make the cops feel sunburned?

    This is all bullshit.

  88. The exit doors are open to exit through. No alarms. The idea is that to get in, front door, camera’s staff. The exits are just that. They need to be there for fires, etc. With 100% compliance, no one opens the door for friends. But we’re talking – often – about teenagers here. Would they let in a strange man? No. But a friend – absolutely. And if kids had the … foresight to know that their bullied, sullen “friend” /classmate was about to blow and shoot up the school none of these previous school shootings would have happened.

  89. “Correct, the active shooter situation, you want to stop the killing, you want to preserve life, but also one thing that — of course, the American people need to understand — that officers are making entry into this building. They do not know where the gunman is. They are hearing gunshots. They are receiving gunshots.”

    Okay, with this statement on the record, all of the “ifs” are gone and I can say with confidence that the cops failed catastrophically.
    ————————————————————–
    Concur. If the bullets were still flying when cops got to the scene, the answer is go in hard and fast and loud.
    Better to die in a pile of empty brass than to live without firing a shot, or trying to.

    Still not convinced we are seeing the whole story. Departmental spokespeople aren’t especially well known as… well… articulate and factual. But if the statement is factual and true, this is horrifying.

  90. twitter: maybe another reason for hesitation?

    As a LEO in a major metro area, I can confirm I was given at minimum 10x the hours of training on BS “diversity” issues than I was at any tactical/active shooter training.

    In fact, nearly ALL the tactical/active shooter/ terrorism training I have, I did on MY OWN TIME.

  91. In fact, nearly ALL the tactical/active shooter/ terrorism training I have, I did on MY OWN TIME.
    ———————————————-
    I can’t really say the same. But, then, I got out of LE work probably about a year before Ferguson and all the BS associated with it.

    We didn’t train enough… there isn’t enough time or money to train enough for a critical incident response unless you are on a specialty team. But we did train, and specifically for school shooters, several times per year. We worked with the school district to “harden” the buildings. Still would have been a shitshow if something critical had gone down, but I think we would have been swinging, at the least.

  92. Observations for today:

    Pupster picked a nice model gif just for me.

    I hate that Mini-me is back on the road to MO but understand my role as mom of an adult (she’s turning 21 in a few days, where does the time go?) is to give her roots when she needs roots and wings when she needs wings. It still feels like she *just* got home and I haven’t spoiled her nearly enough yet.

    I think the lack of people to fill jobs comes from the student loan situation. Kids just rack up the debt and feel no obligation to work a part-time job in retail or hospitality because, hey, Biden is going to pay them off anyway.

    Bets as to whether the shooter was on Prozac, Paxil, Ritalin, or some other mental drug.

    I did not know that you could have ammo too powerful for a Ruger .22 rifle. Mr. RFH tried to adjust the scope and just couldn’t get it, so he took it to the gun store (parking lot was 90% full at 10 AM), and they said it was the wrong ammo. I don’t mind buying more 22LR but am annoyed that I might have a lot of ammo we can’t use. He and I still think it’s the scope, because he can hit the target using the iron sights. Sometime this weekend will be a celebration of the 2nd amendment.

    Flag was at 1/4 staff at work, and that triggered my OCD.

    I need to go do some gardening while my knees are okay and the temp isn’t bad, but holy cow, the humidity. It’s like swimming out there.

    $20

  93. Roamy, you guys might need to buy another gun for the ammo. I refuse to believe Mini Me is 21. Moses is an High School Freshman next year. Our IB baby.

  94. Trying to remember who of the Hostages has met Mini-me IRL. Beasn, Jimbro, Mare, Jay, Cyn, XBrad. Apologies if I’m forgetting someone.

  95. Of course, another gun is called for to keep the ammo from getting lonely. Munitions are always happiest in a loving environment with an instrument well suited to them.

  96. Hmmm, the Fed is saying inflation is slowing ( they’re fudging the numbers). If inflation is truly slowing then Brandon doesn’t need to stick tax payers with paying off student loans, right?

  97. BT, you feeling me? True Story, apparently Dan has been buying guns during COVID and our Bonus and COVID relief 💰.

  98. DNH, signing is part of my job. We average 45 price increases a day.

  99. I haven’t looked to see if there’s a meme poat for tomorrow in the hopper, but I have memes if Pupster wants to take the day off.

  100. They are mostly definitely fudging the numbers. A 4-lb pack of bacon was $20 at Costco this week, and I remember bitching about $14 when Trump was president and California passed some law about hog farming.

  101. Roamy it’s most likely the optics and/or mounts.
    Double sided tape the rings and retighten the scope in place. If it still is all over the place then quit drinking and get a better scope.
    22 LR is no where near powerful enough to fuck up a decent scope
    I’m guessing rings are loose.
    Now that I’ve spouted off without any real information. … what’s the pattern look like. ?
    Re wrong ammo – guy at gun shop is smoking crack.

  102. Gopher it Rocket Chick. My memes will keep for another week.

  103. I love gun talk.
    And talking shit.

  104. Jam 2 bringing the knowledge and talking Romacita out of buying another gun.

  105. Energy Secretary: Biden is obsessed with gas prices.

    Yeah. It shows.
    I’ll make my weekly Kroger run in the morning then I park the F150 for the weekend.
    Stay-actions don’t fuel the economy, get used to your legacy, Brandon

  106. Jam, I’ll get the target from him and take a pic. He’s adjusted it for all the way up and all the way to the right, and it still shoots low and left. They aren’t bad groupings, five or six shots in 2″ diameter. With iron sights, it’s fine. I think he said 30 yards. He said at 50 yards, he wasn’t even hitting the target.

  107. I remember Columbine and Parkland. I’m livid about Uvalde. We take active shooter training three times a year. We still have a bullet hole in our exit door. We’ve lost over $20,000 to smash and grabs. LEO is a joke.

  108. Mass produced ammo doesn’t lend itself to accuracy. Consider millions of rounds per hour being produced. The .22LR is particularly prone to this because it’s a one & done round, can’t reload.
    I had a 22-250 that I’d buy factory ammo for just for the cases after blasting away. The cases fit the chamber of my gun only after being fired. When reloading I neck sized only to preserve the fit to my gun. When I reloaded I hand loaded, made a die that matched my brass with an inch long lead in bore that dragged on the bullet to center & align the bullet axis with the cartridge axis before seating. I went from 4″ groups at 200 yards to 3/4″ groups if I laid off the coffee for a couple days before heading to the range.

  109. Imgur video with sound

    https://tinyurl.com/47cbzjz5

  110. I agree with Jam. Gun store guy is an idiot.

  111. https://legalinsurrection.com/2022/05/oops-gibsons-bakery-seeks-to-execute-on-36-million-appeal-bond-since-oberlin-college-failed-to-obtain-stay-of-appeals-court-mandate/

    tl,dr: Oberlin tried to move the trial up to the next level court but didn’t file a stay, so the Gibsons say pay up. A lot of legalese, but here’s hoping it’s a win for the good guys.

    Gibson’s Bakery is only shipping t-shirts, which makes me sad. They make a butter shortbread cookie topped with dark fudge that’s really good.

  112. Roamy – full adjustment Windage and elevation means the scope is misaligned to the barrel. It’s a very common problem. And easy to fix.
    DONT USE THE SCOPE TUBE TO ADJUST THE RINGS.
    Read this.

    https://www.gun-tests.com/accessories/scope-mounting-how-to-align-scope-rings-for-accuracy/

  113. If that’s a ruger 10-22 it’s a great little rifle and should be pretty damn accurate.
    Ive got a rem nylon 66 that I can keep inside of a quarter at 50 yards.
    Ruger makes a solid rifle.

  114. Tonight’s TOS: “The Menagerie”! The one where we are surprised to find out there was another captain of the Enterprise before Kirk: Chris Pike. They repurposed a rejected pilot episode. Two parter. Haven’t seen this one in…30 years? Maybe longer.

  115. Pike has really pretty blue eyes. No homo. Spock has outrageous eyebrows. It took a couple episodes before got those cleaned up.

  116. Majel Barrett is a brunette in that one. I like her better as a blonde, but that’s probably just what I’m used to.

  117. Holy crap, he played that without the sheet music.

  118. Daniel eclipsed Ron’s performance.

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