I’m sorry, but I dabbled . . .

I didn’t mean to. It just happened. I got bored and started back on my To-Do List. Mostly just a bunch of small things that had been hanging around on the list.

Tomorrow I’m going to drain and flush out the water heater for this year. Normally I get it done before we leave Houston, but I ran out of time this year. But now it’s bubbled to the top of the list, and its time has come.

About 1pm I got the slow cooker out and started up a batch of Chicken Tortilla Soup using the chicken breasts that I poached yesterday. Two boxes of chicken broth, two poached chicken breasts, two cans of Rotel HOT Diced Tomatoes with Habaneros, one can of black beans, two diced fresh jalapenos, and a handful of chopped fresh cilantro. And of course, shredded Monterey Jack Cheese on top, as well as a generous supply of tortilla chips.

On another note, a while back when I did several posts about “assault weapons” and “high” capacity magazines. One of things I mentioned was the fact that banning so-called high capacity magazines was useless.

I mentioned that I could change a magazine out in about a second and several people took issue with that. They said that most people couldn’t do this.

Well, check out this video demonstration put on by an Indiana Sheriff with an experienced male shooter and an inexperienced female one. Check out the link below.

http://www.ammoland.com/2013/02/new-video-destroys-myth-about-large-capacity-magazines/#axzz2M8QgV1zD

In a couple of cases they both were actually faster on the smaller mags, probably because they were easier to handle. So much for a “high” capacity magazine ban.

Tomorrow we’ll probably make a run over to Boerne to pick up some things I need for my projects.

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Thought for the Day:

Arbitrary power is most easily established on the ruins of liberty abused to licentiousness. – George Washington

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3 Responses

  1. We love Boerne too. . .but just in case you haven’t been out to the Loop in San Antonio, where the Bandera Highway crosses it. . .there is everything you could ever need in the world out there now. . .and a fabulous, to die for HEB. . .Home Depot. . .and a couple of exits down, Half Price Books. . .Walmart and Dollar Tree are right there close too. . .anyway. . .enjoy your day!

    Medina Lake TT is a great place to get lots of chores done, as long as you have the supplies!

  2. Do not forget Bandera.

  3. Greg, besides google’s cloud print, what other remove printer program did you have installed on a client’s computer?

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