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Friday, December 02, 2011

Gen X, The Vet and Guns - Hallelujah

So, a report on GenX just came out. Turns out we're happy, balanced and active. Put that in your pipe and smoke it. Not only that, we are working very hard and are more educated than you are. That goes a long way in explaining why everybody wants to raise taxes...somebody has to support those entitled baby boomers and their even more entitled offspring. The inheritance tax is now 45%, too - after having been 0% for the boomers to inherit (and subsequently lose) their GIGen-Parent's considerable fortunes.

Luckily for us, they are moronic enough to implement Obama-care, which is based on a whole-life philosophy of doling out the health care. Old-timers and babies don't fare to well under this method. That's what happens when you consider protesting a virtue and happily eat the slop the politicos and media are dishing out, no questions asked. It is no coincidence that the nation's most hated are X'ers. Glen Beck, Alex Jones, Rand Paul, Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachman, Ann Coulter, Pam Geller, Michelle Malkin (Julian Assange) - all Generation X and far too concerned with the facts for their own good. (Oddly good looking bunch, too.) Here's the report.

Just forked over $1,700 to the vet to fix drooling, lethargic dog. He is doing much better now (the dog), having received far better care and attention from his health care provider than I or my children ever have from a doctor. The vet has called twice so far (and I mean the vet, not the receptionist) to check on how Schnozzlebupkis is doing, and to tell me to bring him in for a follow-up, so he can see for himself. The follow-up visit is even on the house, it seems. The next time I get sick, I am going to the vet. Woof.

Just heard that over 100,000 new gun license applications resulted from Black Friday shopping. Finally some good news! I am assuming this means people are waking up and smelling the organic, sustainable, green, fair-trade coffee and developing a sudden appreciation for the 2nd Amendment.

I now have two gun-shooting lessons under my belt - revolver shooting. I must admit that it was emotionally exhausting - afterwards I felt much like I did after riding the Colossus roller coaster at Magic Mountain when I was a kid - terrified and shaken, but ready to go for another pun intended. Shotguns are next. I spied a particular sliver-matte and black rubber model on the wall that would go with just about everything - eliminating the need for a closet full of shotguns.

My kids will be taking their first shooting lessons when they come home for Christmas. They do not know this yet, but it's true. I plan on telling them we are going to the mall, then off to the shooting range we go. They are both in college now, having their heads filled with leftist crap, so I can't take any chances by asking them first.


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