Night gathers, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall take no wife, hold no lands, father no children. I shall wear no crowns and win no glory. I shall live and die at my post. I am the sword in the darkness. I am the watcher on the walls. I am the shield that guards the realms of men. I pledge my life and honor to the Night's Watch, for this night and all the nights to come

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  • Turns out Cesar Altieri Sayoc is actually not a Native American. He claims to be part of the Seminole Tribe, but records show his father to be a Filipino immigrant and his mother was Italian-American. The Seminole Tribe has made a statement that Cesar has never worked for them or any of their affiliated organizations and that as far as they know he has no Seminole blood-line. As more information has become available about Cesar Sayoc, it paints a picture of a man who embellished or flat out lied about many aspects of his life. He seems to have had trouble holding down a regular job even though his resume boasts jobs such as male stripper, pizza delivery guy, DJ, and business owner. While he has a hardy list of petty crimes in his past he was also charged in 2002 with a felony when he threatening to bomb Florida Power and Light over a dispute surrounding the laundry mat business he had at the time. So, is this guy crazy? Maybe. He is definitely delusional. He seems like an angry person who runs his mouth and doesn’t make very good decisions. Luckily for those of the Democratic party he is also a really shitty bomb maker.

    I always get the shakes before a drop.

    On Wednesday, June 27th the Oregon Supreme Court deemed Oregon IP 43, as currently written, unable to be on the 2018 ballot due to misleading terminology and not informing voters of the full effects of the proposed legislation. Because of this and the time restraints of when they needed signatures for a valid IP (July 6th), proponents of IP 43 have decided to end their campaign to try to get the initiative passed this year. All this seems to be quite a shock to supporters of the Oregon gun ban who were convinced that Oregon’s Supreme Court would pass IP 43 and allow signatures to start being collected. Even up until the day before the court ruling many thought that it was a shoe-in and would be on the 2018 ballot for the public to vote on this fall.
    So it is looking like Oregonians’ Second Amendment Rights are safe at the moment from any gun bans or forced re-registration. But advocates for the gun ban say they don’t plan on giving up. So we can look forward to more legislation proposals along these lines in the near future.

    I always get the shakes before a drop.