From the San Francisco Chronicle, “For one week, high-capacity ammunition magazines were legal in California. Hundreds of thousands may have been sold.”
A ban on the sale of ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 rounds has been a linchpin of California’s efforts to prevent mass shootings for nearly two decades.
But in the span of a single week after a federal judge temporarily set aside the prohibition, hundreds of thousands of the devices, if not millions, made their way into the hands of state residents, industry leaders say.
As reported by The Atlantic, “Medieval Diseases Are Infecting California’s Homeless“. Typhus, tuberculosis, and other illnesses are spreading quickly through camps and shelters. Ever creative, California Public Health Officials are experimenting with a unique new approach to solving the homeless person sanitation problem – The California ‘Street’ Bidet.
Jennifer Millar keeps trash bags and hand sanitizer near her tent, and she regularly pours water mixed with hydrogen peroxide on the sidewalk nearby. Keeping herself and the patch of concrete she calls home clean is a top priority.
But this homeless encampment off a Hollywood freeway ramp is often littered with needles and trash and soaked in urine. Rats occasionally scamper through, and Millar fears the consequences.
First they said “You can’t go to Oklahoma (and 8 other states)“, then they came for your plastic bags and your tasty foie gras, they banished your pet gerbil , neutered your firearms, and now, insult to injury, they’re gonna put you in jail for using an ‘effing straw!!! Get out while you can! Err… on second thought, don’t. No sense giving you the chance to screw up someone else’s state.
**Thanks Anon in MT
The “California Pothole Rebellion” will go down in the annals of history along with the Boston Tea Party and the Whisky Rebellion as turning points in US History. As reported by the Gateway Pundit, “Street Artists Blast LA Politicians for Putting Welfare of Illegals Over Americans“. Vive la Résistance!
The anonymous artists claim “The roads in LA are worse that Tijuana, driving here sucks and it’s their fault. The city is shirking its responsibility to provide a safe and secure environment for lawful citizens to placate illegals and steal elections.
According to the Seattle Times, that “Iconic “will the last person” Seattle billboard bubbles up again“.
It’s been 38 years since Bob McDonald and Jim Youngren put up the iconic billboard reading “Will the last person leaving Seattle — Turn out the lights,” and its slogan has been used worldwide any time there is an economic downturn.
Seattle does have its problems again, but California? That a whole ‘nuther level of problems. Cross the equally iconic “Caution – Illegal Crossing” with “Caution – Residents Fleeing” like Michael Ramirez has, and you begin to understand why U-Haul will practically pay you to take a trailer into California. From The Mercury News,
Moving from San Jose to Las Vegas, Nevada? You’ll shell out $945 to rent a 10-foot U-Haul truck, and $1,990 to rent a 26-foot truck, for up to four days, according to the U-Haul website. But make the move in the other direction, and you’ll pay $119 for a 10-foot truck and $132 for a 26-foot truck.
Moving from Phoenix, Arizona to San Jose is the same — $119 for the smallest truck, and $132 for the largest. But a trip from San Jose to Phoenix costs $618 and $1,301.
With a little more effort the only thing California will grow or produce is Mexicans. Forget about cows (Beef, It’s What’s For Dinner) ’cause “California’s New Cow Fart Regulations Totally Stink“.
“This bill curbs these dangerous pollutants and thereby protects public health and slows climate change,” said Gov. Jerry Brown said in a statement when he signed the bill in September, against the wishes of the state’s farmers.
The law won’t stop cows from farting, of course, because cows are notoriously disrespectful of human-passed laws. Instead, it will make life more difficult for dairy farmers in California.
California used to be the land of “fruits and nuts“, but with their penchant for regulations it’s soon going to be the “land of sand and sagebrush”. And Mexicans.