Open House

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87 Responses to Open House

  1. Darin says:

    Forging a Sheep Wagon Undercarriage-

    • andy5759 says:

      Watching things like that are oddly relaxing. Where I live just north of Londonistan we used to have a few blacksmiths. I remember going with my dad to get a wing nut or something for mum’s mangle (no joke). Nowadays you need to buy a whole new spin dryer.

  2. Alan says:

    Pelosi, what an absolute twit of a woman, it exposes just how bad the Democrat party is with a person like that near the top of the tree.

  3. Darin says:

    Finished the other end of my lathe spindle-

  4. KG says:

    File under “who gives a flying fuck”
    NZ headline:
    ‘Bomb blast kills Kiwi
    A prominent member of Auckland’s refugee community has been killed in Afghanistan. ‘

    Isn’t it amazing, how so many refugees claiming to be “fleeing danger and persecution” end up going back to the country in which they were in such grave danger?

  5. Darin says:

    Saving the Galloping Goose Railroad-

  6. Gregoryno6 says:

    Gutsy to do it once, super gutsy to go do it again.

  7. Pascal says:

    Sharing a fine response to Davos
    Walt Erickson • 2 days ago


    There are billionaires and billionaires
    And more made by the hour
    But only one can sell his wares
    For only one has power
    He taxis in in Air Force One
    And instantly takes Davos
    And leaves with mission done and done
    To cheers and shouts and bravos
    For billionaires are just like us
    They also love a winner
    And just like us they cheat and cuss
    Like any other sinner
    As Donald Trump knows all too well
    It’s always good to visit
    To just drop in and sit a spell
    Just friendly talk, or is it
    Perhaps the Master has a deal
    And money does the talking
    That shows that populism’s real
    And globalism’s walking

  8. Darin says:

    New film accidentally exposes team Obama’s foreign policy naivety-

    “The Final Year,” though, is chiefly a study of Obama-administration foreign policy as overseen by Secretary of State John Kerry, Power and Rhodes. The foreign-policy masters see their three accomplishments as the Paris Climate Accord, the opening to Cuba and the Iran deal.

    Given that the former was nonbinding and later dumped by President Trump, while the other two amounted to making concessions to American foes in exchange for virtually nothing, this is a bit like bragging that you suckered the Franklin Mint into giving up a souvenir Elvis plate for only $34.95.

  9. Gregoryno6 says:

    One night an African gang ransacks a Melbourne department stores with axes and crowbars. Smashing in the windows they loot the joint. Next morning a customer comes in. “I’ll have a dozen Africans.”
    “Sorry sir, we don’t sell anything like that.”
    “You must. I saw them in your windows last night.”

  10. Gregoryno6 says:

    Mateship recognised as Australians honoured by US Marine Corps.

  11. mawm says:

    It looks like there is a lot of excitement about the pending release of the “Nunes Memo”. It’ll probably be the same old, same old. I can’t get excited about it but hope that I’m wrong. I’ll not be satisfied until I see the Clintons and Obama being marched from the courthouse in cuffs and shackles, along with all the other suspects of course….. and then it is time to spread the net far far wider.

    • Darin says:

      Apparently she’s of the mind that houses and rental property just fall from the sky?

      • Michael in Nelson says:

        Darin, she says she was excited to move here in part because of ‘(New Zealand’s) progressive politics’. That tells me all I need to know about her attitude toward landlords.

        • mawm says:

          Typical elitist lefty – husband a venture capitalist, wants 4 bedroom house on the beach – finds lefty bureaucracy has stuffed up her life and can’t recognise it.

          • KG says:

            Exactly so.
            Apparently “Venezuela” is a variety of free-trade organic gluten-free coffee. Or something.

  12. Gregoryno6 says:

    “When you label the top man a dangerous idiot and his senior managers gutless, you can’t expect a completely friendly response.”
    Repost of an item from 2014. The dangerous idiot and the company went their separate ways last year. But his legacy lingers on.
    One from the archives. You could call it a belated celebration.

    • Darin says:

      Jordan Peterson on herd behavior in acedemics-

      Same exact structure exists in the corporate world,and for that matter in any organization that involves the co-operation of three or more people.It’s the person that sticks their head up that always catches the most flak,even though that person’s perspective may by the point be the most valuable.

      • Gregoryno6 says:

        It definitely wasn’t something they expected from a very low level employee.
        The company had been through a few bad years, suffering from other mistakesby management, but this bloke absolutely crushed morale. You either stayed in line or you got out.
        One of the top sales people left around the same time I did. He told me that the company was losting potential business worth millions because all quotes were constructed on the walk-in customer price scheme. Tell a company who wants to buy 10,000 that they’ll be paying the same as a DIY who wants a pack of 10, they’re gone before you know it. But it was the safest option for the sales staff. Initiative was a risk.

        • Darin says:

          Geez,that never works,especially when the customer can whip out their phone and check street price instantly.

  13. Darin says:

    Hamas founder dies of self-inflicted gunshot wound-

    So tells us Alami,just how hot is hell? :twisted:

  14. Darin says:

    Bet that never happened when the nightclub was a church-

    Bonus points if you can guess the nationality of the attacker.

  15. Darin says:

    The British Army is f–ked :shock:

    • KG says:

      I could only bear to watch around a third of that shite.
      My theory is this:
      This garbage is designed to discourage white heterosexual British men in order to pave the way for a muslim army. Females welcome, because they’ll be submissive. Then it will be rolled into the new EUSSR army, whose mission will be to complete the white cultural genocide and wipe out European nationalism.
      I hope someone describes this as paranoia, because every time they have, events have vindicated my forecasts.
      Every damn time.

      • Michael in Nelson says:

        Which is why most (if not all) of your fellow Crusaders have stayed loyal to this site. We owe you big time KG.

  16. Michael in Nelson says:

    Watching Trump give shout outs to true American heroes during his SOTU speech, I muttered “Bite that Obama”

  17. Michael in Nelson says:

    Bankok is being inundated! Rising sea level? Well, not exactly…

    • Michael in Nelson says:

      Probably because of the different areas. I don’t see one or two people getting to them all in those conditions. As for it being 5 women, do you think there are enough male reporters in the area with the balls to get out in the danger zones? BTW I heard the office where I work in the port had flooding problems and it is on the inside of the haven away from the big waves.

  18. mawm says:

    Here’s one to shock you, no really ………… not.

    Kiwifist, brought to you by the Auckland ratepayer. (The same people who have a petrol tax surcharge to raise extra money for roads). The left never gets tired of spending other peoples’ money. Filkoff must just fuck off now.

    “…‘New Zealand’s biggest arse-play event’, and advises attendees to ‘BYO toys and lubes’ for ‘a full-on, five-hour-plus, gathering of gay and bi men into fisting and arse-play big-time’.”

    • mawm says:

      As you say “sanity seems a long way off”. That’s not art either.

    • Michael in Nelson says:

      I see the allowed answers for their survey are worded to make anyone who says genitals shouldn’t be in art because it makes them feel ‘uncomfortable’. Sounds like they want to paint them as intolerant. There should be one answer ‘No, because it isn’t are it is thinly disguised pornography and kids should not have to see it.

        • Darin says:

          Another option should have been-
          “No it’s offensive,because it’s obvously been done by a mentally ill person and god I hope none of my tax dollars have been wasted on such bull shit or I might just go Medieval on your asses”

  19. Gregoryno6 says:

    Gavin Boby, mosque-busting lawyer.
    This is a few years old. Does anyone know anything about him?

  20. Gregoryno6 says:

    And the earth did yield up its dead, and they did walk gibbering in the streets of the city…
    But by all accounts Nancy and friends safely found their way home after the SOTU. So let’s move on to the superbloodyfullbluemoon eclipse, of which Perth had a fantastic clear skies view.
    It was quite a show, and in a different time and place it would undoubtedly have inspired a human sacrifice or two. The eclipse began at 7:45pm, but by 8 there was already a noticeable porton of the Moon obscured. At that early stage the shadow seemed to blot out the Moon entirely; as it reached further, the Moon was still visisble, but bathed in a 70s era burnt orange glow.
    Around ten the shadow’s trailing edge appeared, and when I checked a about three am she was all back and brighter than ever.

    • Darin says:

      I was overcast here,didn’t see a thing.

      I was wondering since the ful Moon is usually linked to all sorts of crazies roaming the streets,if maybe we have reached peak lunacy for awhile,but after watching the dimms flip their wiggs I figure we’ve only seen the first of it.

  21. mawm says:

    The Nunes memo is out. Now I want to see them “all hang from nooses”.

  22. Pascal says:

    Remember this fact the next time you’re assaulted by a peddler of envy and resentment.

  23. Gregoryno6 says:

    The moulting of a tailless whip scorpion.
    I can’t help anthropomorphising this little horror. It’s the large forearms that resemble human arms – right down to the long spiky fingers.
    The moulting process could be a scene that was deleted from Prometheus or Covenant. Deleted because it made the crapness of the rest of the film so obvious.