Nervous Laughter

With all the rumblings about Urkel and his drone pr0n obsession, as well as the stories about the USAF & LEOs getting tech upgrades from Uncle Sugar (you) one has to step back and laugh nervously – you know, a little.

I’ve mentioned before that I have built a drone. It was relatively easy and cheap.

It would however seem that my next logical step would be to make that drone, and any future DM drones models include the ability to find DotGov’s toys with accuracy. I’ll get to work on that.

As an aside:

  1. Thanks CA for putting all those links in one post.
  2. I’ve been following Ulsterman’s Whitehouse Insider since he began a year or two ago. I’m not so sure I buy the authenticity completely – YMMV. I do however believe (see the word believe in the Dictionary) that the whole affair is a weather vane for the state of affairs of the executive branch.
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Supressive Fire in a Compact Package

I’m taking the same road that AP is with regard to a battle implement. I like those words (battle implement) so much more so that gun, boomstick, or “new toy”.

Ordered up some of the parts today while I should have been paying attention in the finance meeting.

Had the lower lying around. I buy those in bulk, along with parts kits, barrels, and mags. Cash only, and in parking lots.

More later. Should prove to be an interesting experiment if I can get it to run right!

So, get inside the loop.

Original link form Mike @ Sipsey Street.

Propaganda spin here.

Your answer to said tyranny here.

Guys, I’m here to tell you. I went from zero to 80% autonomous with about $600 and five working days. Figure out how to get that production cost down to even half of that and you have just out OODA’d dotgov by millions of dollars.

Guess what? Your ROI is way shorter.

The possibilities are endless.