Showing posts with label sons of anarchy. Show all posts
Showing posts with label sons of anarchy. Show all posts

Sunday, November 4, 2012

The Walking Dead: Killer Within

Continuing our series on The Walking Dead.

The guy busting the chain securing the fence and baiting a bunch of Walkers into their little prison hidey hole is not boding well for this awkward roomie thing. I can't see myself accepting that sort of situation; one way or another somebody would have to go.

Rick's crew are getting settled into the prison which makes sense. One should strive to continually improve their situation in terms of security and comfort whenever possible. Seeing the prisoners out and about and potentially baiting them into a trap is not an indicator for good things to come. The group's discussion of what to do with these people is interesting. 

On the bright side Rick's crew learned from their experiences at the farm and are staging their vehicles and presumably supplies to leave in a hurry if need be. Still as Commander Zero noted the group would really benefit from a system of caches. Even a little bit of food, some clothes, blankets and tools plus weapons if they could let them survive in a less unpleasant fashion if they have to e and e to get away from a Zombie horde.

The open gate turned out to be really ugly. The crew have a whole lot of perimeter to man and not a lot of folks to do it. This is a good reminder that an obstacle will only serve to delay enemies and only really do that well if covered by folks with guns.

T Dog getting bit is bad. Not just rather obviously for him but for the group. They are losing a strong healthy guy which are in short supply these days. Hopefully everybody else makes it but still bad.

The Governor hitting golf balls from that barrier reminds me of guy's driving balls off HESCO walls into the desert in Afghanistan.

Those sirens going off at the prison point to somebody with inside knowledge AKA one of the prisoners setting this up. To top off all of the awesomeness that is going on at the prison Lori seems to be giving birth.

It turns out that the guy Rick left for dead in the prison yard full of zombies didn't actually die. Seriously if movies and TV have taught you nothing do not ever leave somebody to die and assume they are dead. Take the time and put a bullet in their head, slit their throat, bash their skull in with a rock or otherwise make absolutely sure they are dead. The other prisoner saving Rick's life then handing over that big shiny Colt should earn some serious good will from the group. Taking in new people, especially convict's is iffy but they are running pretty short on healthy folks who can work and fight.

The C Section without anestesia on a prison floor during the Zombie Apocalypse was pretty graphic and a bit much for my pregnant wife.

Offing 3 main characters (T Dog, Carol and Lori if I saw it right) in a single episode was pretty nuts. It made SOA killing off Opie out of the blue seem minor in comparison. That is a lot of holes to fill and people will step up to fill roles and relationships will adjust to the new situation.

Anyway I've got to get moving towards bed.

Friday, October 19, 2012

JAX TELLER FOR PRESIDENT 2012....after all we can't do worse

Considering the fictional motorcycle club in question sells guns and runs drugs I figure they would legalize a lot of stuff. CSPAN would get a serious jump in viewers after President Teller slammed some dingbat Congressman's head into a wall.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Ethics in Everything and Target Selection in Fighting and War

This one has been brewing in my head for awhile ever since Mountain Guerrilla and then American Mercenary wrote about the topic. (Since they wrote so long ago I couldn't find their specific posts within the amount of time I was willing to put into the matter.) In any case the topic has sat sufficiently and either turned into fine wine or some rotten cabbage dish. Anyway here we go.

A few overarching principles:

1) We have free choice.

2) Actions have consequences.

As Kurt Sutter (the guy behind Sons of Anarchy) said about killing off Opie "Bad thing's don't happen in a vacuum." Sooner or later somehow bad things usually happen to people who do bad things.  Maybe it is about life choices or personality sets or social circles, call it what you want. It isn't always 1 to 1 or right away but things have a way of coming around. 

3) As momma said other peoples bad behavior does not excuse ours.

4) There are clear lines of right and wrong. Between the clear lines of right and wrong are varying degrees of both.

5) While it is not a get out of everything worthy excuse the circumstances surrounding an event matter.

6) If in doubt, do onto others as you would want them to do to you.

So here we go. I am responsible for myself and the minor children in my care. I cannot control if Bank of America and the global banking oligarchy are destroying our economy or whatever. I have read about folks who think that B of A and the global banking oligarchy destroying our economy justify all manner of financial shenanigans on their part. I personally do not feel this way. If I swipe my credit card for a tank of gas or to buy some cool kit online I am promising to pay them back within the 42 page customer agreement I didn't read. If in a year or two I buy some land or a home I am promising to pay them back.

Things happen in life that can affect our finances. If people have a life changing event like being seriously injured or disabled or a sudden unplanned job change and a hard time replacing the income they can fail on some things. This is sad but happens in life. Bankruptcy exists for a reason. That being said I have a hard time with people borrowing money they know they will not be able to pay back or 'strategic defaults'.

This does bring us back to point 5. Jingle mailing B of A when you can afford the payment is a bit different than getting owner financing from a neighbor, ceasing payment and making them go through a ton of effort to get you out. Sort of like stealing from Mom and Pop's corner store is a bit different than Walmart. It doesn't make these actions right, just that I can see how someone could feel a bit less bad about them.

Fundamentally lethal force should be used judiciously in defense of life, limb, eyesight and essential property.  The words most commonly used in legal circles are ability, opportunity and jeopardy. Ability is about a weapon or disparity of size that means they have the ability to harm me. Opportunity is about proximity; a  guy with a knife can't stab me from 50 yards away but somebody with a gun could shoot me. Jeopardy is that you reasonably believe to be in danger. Randy Coulture or Bass Rutten (both famous professional fighters and all around scary guys) would have a hard time justifying shooting an narmed 200 pound man while 5 ft 100 pound Sally could justify shooting that same 200 pound man.

Property is an interesting sticking point. I won't shoot somebody if they try to steal my TV (but will shoot someone trying to take food that will feed Wifey and Walker during an emergency). That is what insurance is for and to be honest popping off meth heads for stealing my TV just isn't worth the hassle.

In some states people have the legal right to use lethal force in defense of property. Even setting aside ethical considerations it probably just isn't worth the hassle of shooting a meth head trying to steal your TV. If you fix the window and get a TV things can be back to normal in a couple days while shooting Meth Head Bob could very well ruin your life.
Anyway that sums up my opinion on that. Onto the crazy Mad Max, Red Dawn times.

The idea of using lethal force a bit freely is a common theme in survivalist circles. A lot of this blustering is just BS, sometimes 6 pack deep BS. However even factoring that in some seriously warped beliefs still exist.

To paraphrase AM  "the concept of ethically justifying the profession of arms (or killing outside of the most narrow defensive scenario) is dubious at best."

There is how the world should be and how it actually is. People shouldn't fight and counties shouldn't have wars. Also people should date based on personalities and character not shallower things like boobs, butts, biceps and bank accounts. When they disagree adults fight and when countries (or tribes) disagree they go to war. Sometimes they do it for good reasons and other times for bad reasons but most of the time they are in between. If you want a job that is easy to always feel good about become a doctor and volunteer free medical services to disadvantaged children.

There is a definite need to respond with some proportion to events.  Shooting or choke slamming a hungry 10 year old kid who is trying to steal from your garden doesn't make sense. Having a variety of options like basic hand to hand skills, mace, tasers, rubber bullets, etc helps here.

I do not believe that you must wait for somebody to attack you to respond. If you know a fight is coming better to be attacking their camp at 3am than them doing the same to you. That being said this is a hard one to balance. Folks would have to be pretty bad (like the classic roving robbing raping gang) or I would have to be pretty darn confident they were going to hurt me or mine to go this way.

Outside of a direct self defense situation such as in a civil war or guerilla situation things get even more complicated. Somebody can be an active participant in a conflict without pulling triggers. Hitler didn't (to the best of my knowledge) personally kill anybody but he was obviously a participant. In my opinion active participants, leaders and such are fair targets.

Everyone who disagrees with your agenda is not a legitimate target. Also the friends and family of legitimate targets are not automatically legitimate targets. Just because someone else can justify burning down houses with women and children inside doesn't mean that I will stoop to the same levels.

It is worth noting that low level folks who work in support of an organization may not actually believe in it or even in some cases be working voluntarily. A secretary who worked for the county might just be trying to feed her kids or not have a choice of staying on when the Chinese invade. A guy who runs a coffee shop can't very effectively turn away a bunch of young guys with guns. Especially those who are able to trash the shop and hurt his family without reprisals if they want. The question of whether you can justify ethically kill someone is different from whether you should. 

I don't want to get into target selection too deeply because that is a different post that has been written by other people. Simply put you figure out the goal and the effect which you believe will lead to said goal and then look to achieve it by selecting appropriate targets. I would argue that low level support type employees of the regime who are not actively of your same broad regional/ cultural group are better targeted by recruiting, co opting, bribing or coercion than violence.

Example: Jill is a normal 40ish lady in one of those executive assistant/ admin type jobs. She is a key person in a fairly important office at the district/ county level of the regime. You could easily kill Jill or grab her for a quick interrogation then kill her. You would learn some of what she remembers off the top of her head and disrupt internal processes there for a week or so.

On the other hand if you do some analysis on Jill other opportunities may exist. It may be possible to have somebody (a recruiter or their cut out) approach her at the right place and time. If she is leaning toward the regime or apolitical (Despite what politically active and strong feeling people think a lot of folks don't really care and just want to live their lives.) there may be an easy button to push or threaten to push. Selecting, recruiting and running sources is like target selection a whole other topic and one I am not all that well qualified to write on. My point is that Jill might develop into (willingly or less so) a very valuable source. She could help you fill in who they players are, tell you what is coming down the pipe, push through or falsify paperwork that is convenient for you and lose or misfile stuff that would hurt you.

In fact if the best guerrilla campaign you can come up with is to kill the regime's low level soldiers and support folks it is advisable to do some self education and research instead of acting. It is not that they aren't valid targets just that it isn't a winning plan.

Let's touch on that low level soldier for a second to try and explain the difference between killing some poor bastard and killing that poor bastard for a purpose. Finding a nice place to waiting for the random PLA soldier to walk by and busting a cap in his dome is fine I guess. On the other hand if you were to kill that same PLA soldier today then a couple guys in the market tomorrow and kidnap another off chasing some skirt in a week you might well force the local PLA leadership to restrict movement to larger groups. This will restrict their movement because folks can't go out in onesies and twosies to do whatever. Also it will hurt their morale and force their presence to be more aggressive.

To put it another way let's say Billy Bob and his cousins happen to stop and blow up the ambiguous lone water truck. It is just the first enemy thing that came by. On the other hand Tom's group, in conjunction with other groups also decides to start blowing up (or whatever) water trucks. Their goal is first to hurt the morale of the PLA by killing their showers and forcing them to eat field rations instead of real food. The long game and primary purpose is to make them start guarding the water trucks. This will tie up resources that could be used for active combat and will generally stretch their already thin resources even further.

Make sense?

Precision in lethal targeting is desirable. Obviously you want to kill the folks you mean to kill, not the school bus full of kids in front of them. This runs all the way from training to actually hit what you aim at to choosing when, where and how to engage targets.

There is a trade off between collateral damage and payoff. Collateral damage alienates people from your cause, gives the enemy PR opportunities and generally complicates your life. The amount of collateral damage that is acceptable for an operation varies based on the payoff.  This is really complicated and I don't think there are easy answers. If the equivalent of Hitler, Saddam Hussein, Stalin and Kim Jong Ill are all in the same place at the same time you hit it and use resources and energy to mitigate the collateral damage. On the other hand killing a soldier or minor figure but killing 6 random civilians and injuring 30 with a bomb is a bad trade. While I wouldn't target them specifically if a low level regime employee could get caught in something it wouldn't bother me too much.

The topic of collateral damage in the context of urban operations, people in houses and such is complicated. Proportion is important here as is the tactical urgency of the situation. Leveling an apartment building because somebody took a pop shot from a window is not smart. On the other hand of you are being effectively engaged or taking casualties do what you must. If somebody is stupid enough to shoot at some folks walking by from their house they should expect hate to be brought down on them. Shooting an RPG at a room that has a machine gun which is effectively engaging your element is probably a decent choice. If that RPG collapses the whole place and kills some innocent folks I'm sorry but those are the breaks.

Prudent target selection is very important. Aside from worries about collateral damage we have to consider that resources including time, money and ammunition are finite. This is especially important because Guerrillas are historically vastly out numbered and fairly poorly supplied/ resourced. A guerrilla group cannot trade a dead soldier and a case of rifle ammunition for the same regime blood and ammo. They will run out of men and weapons first which means they will lose, period.

We have to look at payoff. Guerrillas need to find times when they can shoot 200 bullets, kill 2 or 3 PLA soldiers and get away clean with them shooting lots of ammo and dropping a bunch of bombs onto an empty wood line. Also coming back to our previous point (if this is that organized) this needs to be in support of a desired effect.

While it is true that killing every PLA soldier would result in winning that isn't plausible and doesn't pass the historic reality check. Remember, if your group was capable of meeting the enemy openly in large scale combat this would be a conventional war, not a guerrilla war. A more plausible goal is to make the cost in terms of money and blood of pacifying/ holding the area more than the regime is willing to pay and wait until they give up. Or maybe conducting enough violence via attainable goals like wiping out a small outpost to make PR points until you are able to gain enough political backing to win that way or put together an army able to fight openly. All 3 of these options (fight till they leave, win via politics or win via open conflict) have historical presidencies though there is some muddling between the first two.

 So in conclusion. I think it is ethical to kill people who are trying to kill you or directly and tangibly supporting them. However unless they are trying to kill you it is prudent to target specific groups in pursuit of your overall objectives. Don't do something just to do it, do it to achieve an effect. 

Anyway this post got really long and rambling. Hopefully it makes you think about some things. Input is welcome.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Random Thoughts: Money, Life and Stuff

This weekend I got to catch up with some long time friends. One guy I grew up with just happened to be in town for the weekend to go to a wedding and we were able to catch up. That was great.

In particular it was great to see one friend with whom I have a lot in common. At the surface we are very different but a lot of core beliefs and attitudes are the same. Stuff like meeting a girl, getting to know her, getting hitched and then having a kid and how we deal with finances and such.

We talked a lot about all manner of things. He has done real well for himself. It was a reminder to me that I need to put some energy into developing additional streams of income or at least the skills and stuff to do so if needed. Also I need to get better at mechanical stuff. We talked about a few things and I was pleased he was on the right track and gave him some ideas to think about.

I was disappointed to hear that a couple we know was going through bankruptcy. I do believe that bankruptcy is a necessary legal mechanism. Things can happen that make it so people cannot meet their debts. Somebody could do all the right things and get hurt or disabled or whatever. This is not one of those cases. They seem to have just bought a bunch of toys on credit and generally lived a lifestyle they could not afford. My friend also mentioned that the guy thought his wife did not need to work as a contributing factor. He sort of implied this was an antiquated or impractical way of living.

I sort of dissented at this point. I said it is perfectly possible and relatively simple. Figure out what Dad (or really mom if you want to go that way) makes, chop out some to save and then live on it. Simple, though not necessarily easy. He makes enough money that it could work but they would have a pretty modest life. No big fancy trucks or boats or expensive hobbies. Apparently they wanted to have their cake and eat it too.

Anyway I have a hard time with this. I suppose they had good intentions to honor the debts they took on. However at some point before deciding to file for bankruptcy I wonder if they knew the jig was up. Maybe they decided to have some fun going down. I don't know. The idea that they are deciding it is too unpleasant to honor their debts and it is easier to default is difficult for me. It isn't that Chevy or Visa or Cabellas or whatever are going to be unduly hurt or are worth anything in particular. More that I have, maybe theoretically to my own detriment, a sense of honor about these things. [ Wifey once said there are two things to know about me. I don't do things I don't want to do  and I do what I say I will do.] Doesn't matter if the other party is worthy, like a friend or relative, or not. If I say I will do something then I do it, or at least give it my best. 

Went for a little run today. It is amazing how a half dozen long (150m ish) sprints totally change the character of a 2 mile run. Between that and the 3 miler I did late last week puts me at 20.5. Getting to 50 might be rough this month. However in the big picture considering I have never done any sort of exercise program on leave getting halfway would be something solid.

Today we had a family dinner. That was pretty good. A couple relatives drove a long way to make it which was totally surprising and great. One of them who is pretty like minded and I got to talking about life and our economy. The benefits of diversification came up. Having some silver and an extra gun or three you could sell or swap without shorting yourself is a good thing.

I saw the new show Revolution which was interesting. Will watch next week. Between it and Sons of Anarchy my TV lineup is getting going again. Big fun.

Sorry for a rather random post. I had planned on something else but the evening kind of got away from me. Anyway I hope all is well for everybody.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

How To Handle Anything

I got to thinking of the basics of solving any problem. Some USAF COL named John Boyd came up with a concept called the OODA loop. It stands for observe, orient, decide and act. To me this is one of those ridiculous military things where we make up an acronym and a very complicated way of saying what people have always done. I think it is utterly stupid that this thinking is considered new or unique.

My Great Grandfather did this without any sort of fancy acronym. When standing in the kitchen where he saw (observed and oriented) a rabbit eating the plants in garden. He then decided (decided) to shoot it. He grabbed the Remington 241 Speedmaster, opened the door and shot that rabbit (acted). He then walked outside, picked up the rabbit, cleaned it and Great Grandma cooked it up for dinner. He had a functional understanding of how to see a problem and react to it without a fancy acronym. Also he had a very nice .22 to shoot rabbits and such.

So my little rant aside back to how to handle anything.

First you need to see a problem or something worth handling. We don't fix stuff that we don't see as broken. This could be anything. It could be that your area could have a natural disaster that is an equivalent to Katrina. The rise of home invasions may have you concerned. You might get worried about losing your job in these crazy times. So you have seen a problem.

Next you take reasonable steps to deal with the problem. If you are worried about a natural disaster then stashing some water, easy to prepare food, a radio and flashlight with spare batteries, a gun (of any type except rimfire, lets not degenerate to gratuitous gun talk) with a couple hundred rounds of ammo, an envelope full of a few hundred bucks in small bills and a couple gas cans would be a great start and not a bad finish.

Lets say you have long had plans for dealing with a generic burglar. You keep a loaded .357 magnum near the bed and practice with it monthly. However with all of the home invasions going on your wheel gun is not looking like a solution. You decide to replace the old wood and glass front door with a heavier solid metal one with good locks and reinforce the door frame to boot. You also get a heavy "screen door" just for good measure. You keep them both locked and are extra vigilant about opening the door. Unless you know someone or expect them to show up you don't open it. Also you always have the revolver on you when answering the door. A couple paychecks down the road you get a pump shotgun with an 18-20 inch barrel and some buckshot. You move the pistol into the living room when you are out there during the evening and weekends. Eventually you decide to laminate the glass on all first floor windows with that film stuff. You go to the range more and learn to move tactically through your residence. Of course not much of anything is going to help if a half dozen outlaw bikers crash through the wall (Sons of Anarchy "Eureka") but you have gone a long way toward dealing with 2-3 criminals tricking their way to get you to open the door and forcing their way in. Also you have armed yourself and hardened your home to give you time to get set in case 2-4 criminals try to bust the door or a window and force their way in.

Or course we will always see new problems from time to time. For example I wasn't too worried about things going totally nuts until Katrina. I saw no real reason to own silver until the Subprime Crisis and subsequent all around financial mess. All of a sudden having some silver seemed like a pretty good idea to me. I saw a problem in potential currency weakness/ failure and took reasonable steps to mitigate that by getting some silver.

See a problem and do what you can to mitigate it that is the simple way to handle anything.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Random Thoughts: Shooting Shooting Shooting

I am pretty tired today as I didn't sleep much last night and in general am down a few hours for the week. I just need to drop whatever is going on and go to bed NLT 10 oclock. I wake up at 5:30 or so so so hitting the rack at 11 or 12 just doesn't make for a good next day or rest of the week. One great thing about time is that it is truly the great equalizer. No matter if you are rich or poor or skinny or fat there are still 24 hours in the day. I suppose that like anything else you just prioritize from most to least important and do as much as you can in any given day.

I have really liked Sons of Anarchy this season. There were a few epsiodes where they were just sort of whining and being downtrodden which isn't a role that criminal protagonists do well. Yeah Tony Soprano would grumble about his life but then he would smoke a cigar, have sex with a stripper and randomly kill someone in a fit of rage. The last couple of episodes have more than made up for that whiny period. I like that SOA brings up all sorts of interesting points about dealing with various situations outside of the scope of the law. Basically you can either shoot people or choose to live with what they do which is why I rather like that we have some laws. (yeah we have WAY too many but that is another discusssion) The balance of having action be good but still realistic helps a lot. Yeah the 'good' guys almost always win in the end but one guy doesn't beat up five guys with knives, etc.

I have also really been enjoying Western Rifle Shooters Blog a lot. They have some real gems pretty regularly and a practical outlook I like a lot.

I really like their whole Appleseed concept and will try to attend one with Wifey. The concept of useful practical rifle training at a price everybody can afford. Seriously with the cost of ammo at more than the cost of instruction how can that not be a great deal.

Got a new job so my days will likely be busier. Somewhat shorter posts and me being around the blogs a bit less often. If things get a lot busier I will likely go to doing catchup reading on the weekend.

Friday, October 30, 2009

Friday Night

It has been a long week. Not especially difficult parse but on Tuesday I definitely thought it felt like it should be Thursday which obviously leads to a long week or at least a feeling theiron.

This morning met me with a reminder of guts by doing a 5 mile litter carry. It was a weird combination of muscular endurance, some cardiovascular endurance and just plain pain.

Tonight after work finally ended I had a couple budweisers and watched Sons of Anarchy which is more or less my Friday evening ritual. The Sons of Anarchy are not being all emo and feely this week which is good but they didn't do so good on things this week. If I was one of them I could solve their problems with a halfway decent rifle and a couple bullets but I suppose that wouldn't make it easy to write the next episode.

Thinking I am going to buy some kit this weekend. Not entirely thrilled with the molle assault vestish setup though it is by leaps and bounds better than anything the Army has widely issued to date. Got a few bucks lying around and I wear this stuff a lot so it is far more of a concern than if it was just stuff stashed next to a rifle in a closet. [Case in point (I said it right this time) a Joe Every Man is going to do some home improvements this weekend and needs a framing hammer. He can pretty much go pick up any one that isn't a Chinese made piece of shit and it will suit his needs. Conversely his neighbor Bob the Builder is going to use the heck out of his hammer so needs one that is as efficient as possible, super durable and ergonomic as can be. An expensive hammer is not a big deal for Bob while it would not make sense to Joe.] I know where I am going to get it and have a pretty good idea what I will get.

Also worst case having a bunch of random modular pouches and harnesses lying around will not be a bad thing in the long run. I buy enough of the stuff for specific purposes or color schemes (yeah the military is really into matching including accessories which is pretty homo) that I could probably put together enough stuff for at least an extra person or two. 

My wife mentioned that I am behind on buying stuff as we have money accumulated to purchase said items. I am kind of disgruntled because I spent more than an hour picking every Glock part I wanted on Lone Wolf and then the site froze and my cart disappeared. Will have to try and knock that out this weekend. 

Tomorrow is going to have a sort of leisurely morning, maybe a little bit of PT and then some work stuff. After that we will give random kids candy and hang out.

Sunday we are going to a nearby place to check it out and so Wifey can do some shopping. Also they have a restaurant which I would like to go to.

Next week will be very interesting. More on that later.

I will try and have my next post be more on a cohesive topic instead of semi random thoughts and life sort of stuff. Had something planned for tonight but I got side tracked.

Friday, October 16, 2009

First Nap in Awhile

So after my last post I had some fairly good plans for the afternoon/ evening. As it turned out I finished my hot chocolate and that page in my book then promptly fell asleep on the couch. Awhile later I moved to the bed where I slept till about 10 minutes ago. Waking up to dinner being 5 minutes from ready was kind of nice though. Guess I will watch SOA now.

Lazy Friday

Today was sort of an unusual day. A bunch of us got together and played paint ball this morning. It was a pretty lame fixed scenario but sort of fun all the same. I managed to find a crack in the barricade I was behind to put my barrel through and was sort of able to aim it with the front site. Drilled one guy right between the eyes and got another also which was kind of cool.

The rest of the day actually was a whole lot more productive than I possibly could have anticipated. I have been working on a big project for the past couple weeks and today all the pieces (various stuff I do not control) came together for some progress to be made. Since it was going to be a short day I didn't figure anything would happen but it did. It is nice when you can see progress on something.

We got off of work at noon today. It was sort of a game day with various people here and there doing different stuff. Got home at about the same time Wifey did. We had a left over lunch which was pretty good. Ran around doing errands for awhile, nice to get that stuff done early in the day.

No huge plans for the afternoon. I have a big mug of hot chocolate to drink and am thinking of reading my current book for awhile. Going to write something or another and watch sons of anarchy later.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Sons of Anarchy Season 2

I was a bit worried that I would not be able to keep up with this show whilst overseas. Not that IV is of great importance but having those little things you enjoy is sure nice. However I did some internet cruising and found a place to watch it. The quality is so so but I get to keep up with it in any case.

Watched the first episode of season two. Without spoiling it for anyone holy shit this season looks like it is going to be completely out of control. Henry Rollins is in this season and he is a big crazy tattooed sort of psycho (if it is an act he is great at it) who will be a good fit. This episode had some serious twists and some pretty fucked up shit happened. I really can't wait for the second episode. This may have been significantly better than the season 1 premiere.

Can't wait for next week.

Monday, August 3, 2009

quote of the day

We're all free men protected by the Constitution"
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