War Is A Racket

I’m going to post this after Memorial Day each year to remind myself and any who will listen that sending men and women (who have served honorably!) to war is often the wrong thing to do.

Enjoy, if you can.

It’s Memorial Day

I’ll continue to post this until the owner of the blog asks me to stop, Or I die.

I’m increasingly black pilled about war, but the men and women who sacrifice have my respect.

I’d tell you to enjoy, but it’s hard to enjoy this subject.

And while you’re wiping the dust from your eyes, thank the blog’s owner for knowing what to say and how to say it.

A Milestone

As of 23 May 2019 at around 8:00 p.m., I’m completely out of debt. I began trying to get out of debt after my second divorce, got married (again, I know…) ran up my debt again, made plenty of lousy decisions that prolonged the time it took me…

And today I’m debt free.

Glory be to Yahweh.

Camping season is almost here!

I’ve been busy with truck chores-gathering the parts, and doing the work. In early April I installed new brake shoes, wheel cylinders, drums, and brake lines on the old Ford. I had to buy the whole set of brake lines to get the rear axle lines, grumble grumble…but it’s all new again. I also installed new brake adjusters on both sides as well, as I wasn’t happy with the adjuster wheels on either side.

I also bought another radio from a buddy-it’s a Yaesu 897D, and it’s in excellent shape. I was considering parting with my 857D, but I’ve decided to keep it and install it in the Nissan. Before I do, I’ve had to repair the open 3A fuse that powers the CAT plug, and here’s how I did it:

Th th th that’s all there is to it, folks.

Here’s a repair done to the 897-there’s LOTS more room for a fuse holder in one of those.