As an R. E. Howard fan, I hate to admit that I've never read any of his Solomon Kane stories. Time for a Half-Price Books visit. And if the artwork is any indication, this is gonna be good stuff ...
Something will come of this. I hope it mayn't be human gore.
Same reason I converted.
“I do believe there are more important things than what is in the mind of a man,” Crowe said. “There is something much bigger that drives us all. I’m willing to take that leap of faith.”
If you like to indulge in something, own it. Call it what it is. In that spirit, I offer the following to any entrepreneur who wants to open his own barber shop that appeals to a certain kind of man: Titty McGee's Good-Time Haircuttin' Shop.A little tongue-in-cheek, but mostly not.
"This is massive-scale agriculture that is threatening the very mission of the national parks, which is to preserve the natural environment in perpetuity and provide for safe public recreation," says Bill Tweed, chief naturalist at Sequoia National Park. "[Growers] are killing wildlife, diverting streams, introducing nonnative plants, creating fire and pollution hazards, and bringing the specter of violence. For the moment, we are failing both parts of our mission, and that is tragic."I lean towards libertarianism when it comes to drug use (particularly marijuana) -- but as a mildly-crunchy conservative, this really pisses me off. Next time I see some ecologically-minded peacenik toke up, I'll be tempted to punch him in the face.
If you’re interested in this story, the Interior Department’s regulations are open to “public comment” through the end of June and their decision will reflect the amount and quality of mail they receive. You can add your own comment on the issue here.How about some comments from the pro-2A blogosphere? Spread the word.
The article also mentions the 2001 mass knife-attack at a school. And remember the 1995 Tokyo subway mass poison-attack?
A man police said was on a murder mission plowed into pedestrians with a truck in a crowded Tokyo neighborhood Sunday and then stabbed 17 people in three minutes, killing at least seven in a grisly attack that shocked Japan.
A 25-year-old man, Tomohiro Kato, was arrested with blood on his face. Police said Kato provided no motive for the attack -- other than he wanted to murder strangers.
Once rare, stabbing attacks have become more frequent in Japan in recent years as violent crime has increased. In March, one person was stabbed to death and at least seven others were hurt by a man who went on a slashing spree with two knives outside a shopping mall in eastern Japan.
In recent years there have been several fatal incidents at schools in China.Don't tell me it's about guns and the American culture of violence.
After a spate of stabbings in 2004, schools began employing professional guards to protect pupils.