A man was arrested today during the festivities leading up to the LSU vs. UA football game/Trump visit in Tuscaloosa, AL. An "anti-Trump" rally was held near the stadium where TEN commiecrats showed up to man the "Baby Trump" protest balloon. The balloon degrading President Trump was too much for Hoyt Hutchinson a Trump supporter. He attacked the balloon with razor cutting an eight foot gash in the back, eventually deflating it. Hutchinson was charged with felony criminal mischief (seems like an "overcharge" and way excessive to me for popping a balloon). A go fund me account was immediately started for Hutchinson's legal defense. He was released from jail after posting a $2,500.00 bond. I think that this is a slap in the face to the protesters who paid $4,500.00 for renting and transporting the balloon. Personally, I am glad to see someone actually taking action against the left. It would have been much better if he could have "popped" the balloon and avoided capture (i.e. pump up BB gun) .Most people I know are tired of those masked ANTIFA pukes who randomly beat people for wearing red hats, Trump shirts, etc. As of this posting, Mr. Hutchinson had over $6,000.00 in his go fund me account. I think I'll send him some money. The link to his account is at the bottom of the page. This has already made the national news. There are a plethora of stories out there that can be Googled. Here is a short clip of Harvey I found on YouTube.
Just another typical democrat-socialist couple living in Harlem??? Jennifer Schelcht, had devoted practically her whole life to helping "women in crisis" and murdering unborn children as a worker at Family Planning 2020. She was also a lifelong advocate for "reproductive planning" (aka: murdering babies). I bet as she drew her last breaths she was thinking "why couldn't my husband have been a butchered fetus?".
After slaughtering his wife and daughter, Yonathan Tedia hung himself by tying a length of rope to the doorknob of his daughters room. If anyone is interested, the slanted story, it can be read HERE.
Here is a short YouTube film that deals with the German quest to develop, build, and carryout rocket attacks on the eastern seaboard of the United States using their U-boats as launch platforms. Whether it would have been enough to turn the tide of the war is debatable. I believe it was too little too late. Still, the strategy and tactics of warfare were forever changed as these diesel/electrically powered submarines were the forerunners of the large "boomers" that played a vital role in the Cold War and beyond.
When car camping chairs or stools really do not pose much of a problem in regards to transporting them. However, for those who like a place to sit when backpacking, carrying a chair can be weight and space prohibitive. On shorter trips I have taken the small collapsible chairs. There are also several varieties of "backpacking chairs" on the market. I have limited knowledge of these. I know through hikers and the ultralight purist would scoff at such things. They would also reject the idea of packing a small hatchet and a folding saw like the guy building the "Viking chair" in the video at the bottom of the page. As for me, I always have a hatchet and more times than not a folding saw. I may not ever use them, but I'd rather have them and not need them than need them and not have them. "Seats" can be anything from a rock, log, or to simply sit on your sleeping pad right on the ground. There is also a variety of lightweight camping stools that can be purchased at camping supply stores, Ebay, Amazon, etc. I recently bought one of these. While it is better suited for my five year old grandson, it will accommodate me.
The little stool is tiny but it is still better than sitting on the ground in my opinion just as it is worth the extra weight and space it adds to the pack. Below is a video I came across a while back showing how to make a camp chair. Obviously there are a lot of considerations to be weighed before one decides to "build" one of these chairs (how long will I be here? Is it worth the effort? Cutting live trees on public land is verboten, etc.). I would be interested in hearing any ideas from other campers pertaining to sitting arrangements.
Some here may remember her from her role as a "Delores Purdy" a troubled 16 year old in a famous 1967 movie. I believe I have posted a few photos of this starlet in the past. It was difficult to find higher quality pics, but I did manage a few.