Tuesday FGS

| September 26, 2023


HPD: DPS Trooper shoots man he thought was trying to break into his downtown apartment
Investigators said they discovered that the man does live in the same building as the trooper, and it is not clear why he was trying to force his way in.

Author: Jaime E. Galvan
HOUSTON — An off-duty DPS State Trooper shot a man he thought was breaking into his apartment early Monday, according to the Houston Police Department.

This happened just after midnight at an apartment building on Crawford Street near Texas Avenue.

Houston police said the trooper thought someone was trying to break in and opened fire through his door. He told police he had given the man several commands to go away before shooting him.

The man was shot once in the shoulder and then took off. Police said they found him and tried to provide medical attention before he was taken to the hospital.

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The KHOU drought is broken.

Would-be burglars armed with ‘billy club’ pick the wrong farmer to try to rob: ‘I will shoot’
‘I just started yelling to get down,’ the Washington farmer recounted

By Emma Colton Fox News
Washington state farmer Sam Krautscheid had just baled hay with one of his sons and was heading to an Eric Church concert when his evening took an unexpected turn, and he was forced to use his gun to protect his farm from suspected criminals.

“I’ve got a loud voice. And I just started yelling to get down. ‘Get down, get on the ground and don’t come any closer,’” Krautscheid told Fox News Digital in a phone interview. “‘I don’t want to shoot, but I will shoot.”

On Sept. 9 before 7 p.m., Krautscheid left one of his fields and corralled his three youngest sons into his pickup truck to head to the nearby Gorge Amphitheater to see country singer Eric Church perform and get “some fancy burgers and just hang out and relax.” As he and his sons passed a farm store he leases and is in the process of purchasing, he spotted a small car outside the building.

His curiosity piqued, he turned around on the road to investigate.

“I turned [the truck around], pulled around and parked… and walked over and looked in the car and there’s a gas can in the passenger seat, it was a very small car. And in the back seat, had a massage table and a weed eater and some other items that screamed to me you know ‘stolen items,’” Krautscheid said.

At first, he was met with silence and no indication that someone was on the property, sending off alarm bells for him to retrieve his gun from the truck and load it, he explained. He also dialed 911, and alerted police there was a likely burglary in progress.

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“The rear individual got down pretty quickly. The front individual stayed up for quite a bit, was somewhat defiant of the process and made me nervous to the point I felt I was probably a couple of seconds away from having to put one on the ground next to him to try to get them compliant. ”

Second thug gets the warning shot. Farmer Sam here is milking the incident for all he can. Thanks to our own Gun Bunny and a couple usual suspects who sent us the links.

Ignorance is the root cause of all difficulties.

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President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

“…armed with billy clubs..”
Do we give “billy clubs” their own page in the 3 ring, 3″ , loose leaf set of binders T2NB2AGF?
Or do we make them a subset under “sticks”, along with “batons”, “t-batons” and “bo” (to name just a few)?

just a subset of clubs, baseball bats, rugee bats, and brick bats


Is this a FGS?

The NYT hates the first amendment, but we knew this:

The F.B.I., which has seen the number of threats against its personnel and facilities surge since its agents carried out the court-authorized [White House-mandated] search of Mar-a-Lago, Mr. Trump’s private club and residence in Florida, in August 2022, subsequently created a special unit to deal with the threats. A U.S. official said threats since then have risen more than 300 percent [insert “Those are rookie numbers” meme], in part because the identities of employees, and information about them, are being spread online. [You leak, we leak, we ALL leak!]

“We’re seeing that all too often,” Christopher A. Wray, the bureau’s director Reichminister, said in congressional testimony this summer.

The threats are sometimes too vague to rise to the level of pursuing a criminal investigation [so can’t be defined as threats then?], and hate speech enjoys some First Amendment protections [fucking-a right it do!], often making prosecutions difficult [cry harder]. But the Justice Department has charged more than a half dozen people with making threats. [so $-to-arrest ratio is shit? .:shocked face:.]

Here you go (link)…

Maggie “Pulitzer for knowingly lying/This generation’s Himmler” Haberman is a giant piece of garbage and I’m not sorry she was spit on daily in high school.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

Never threaten. Be the “gray man”.
Never say it. One never knows who is listening/recording/spying.
Double plus bad to say it in front of anyone. Never know who is the undercover FiBbIe provocateur.

“Just Do It”, as the commercial sez.


That Xiphos looks like a good toothpick to bring to a knife fight.


Is that a sword, or are you Gladius to see me?


Fight back…bring any and every weapon to bear. Service weapon, billy club, rib tickler…

RGR 4-78

The competition to get the best beach spots at lake Bandini is getting brutal.

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