Monday, September 10, 2007


I just added another product line. This time, shoot for the jugular and show the world what you think about that small group of elitists, commonly known as tree huggers, attempting to hijack our public lands for their own private use.

Friday, August 24, 2007

Saturday, August 18, 2007

So The Forest Service Is Up To No Good Again

First off, I would like to say thanks to the folks at Blog Oklahoma who have hooked me up in the web ring.

Second, to my fellow Okies, get your Oklahoma Centennial swag by following the link off to the right side of your screen. Although the year is starting to get long, we need to keep the rich history of this state alive and kicking.

And lastly, a quick intro for those folks coming in from Blog Oklahoma who haven't read what I have had to say just yet. First, no this is not my real name, but due to current agreements I have signed with several government agencies, I'm not allowed to use my real name. Second, I really could care less if I piss someone off. I am conservative, Pro-American, Pro Constitution, pro-gun, pro-hunting, pro-fishing (although catch and release is lame), pro-God, non-Christian, pro law enforcement and pro motorized recreation. If you don't agree with what I have to say, that's fine. I'm more than willing to accept that. I am even more than willing to discuss in an intelligent fashion our disagreement on certain issues. What I will not tolerate is some closed minded half wit making an unskilled attempt at a flame job. I will own you in less than ten words. So with that, I'm off on another rant and rave about something I hold near and dear to my heart, and that's offroad recreation.

The Forest Service is at it again. Some call it a land grab, some call it responsible access while saving the environment and some just don't have a clue. Offroaders are up in arms. Groups are coming together to save some of our most precious trails. Of course, it's the same old song and dance. A few are doing the work for the benefit of the majority, while those of us who are multi-use folks stand around, astounded by the fact that there is still a fracture in this community.

Real quick for those folks who are not familiar with what I am talking about, multi-use is a term to describe a large number of us who use our public lands in different ways. I fish, I own an evil dirt bike and I own an evil, gas guzzling SUV. Actually, it's not an SUV. It's a freaking truck for crying out loud, but since the state labels it an SUV, it's an SUV. It's a 20 year old SUV that can kick the ass of any modern day SUV at anytime and twice on Sunday. That's multi-use. Some of the other things we see are the mountain bikers, hunters, ATV's and hikers.

Hikers are usually limited to those tofu farting clowns who drive Volvos, have Free Tibet stickers, and vote for whatever presidential candidate the commies put up for sacrifice.

The hunting and fishing crowd, unfortunately, to my outlook, are in the middle of this great debate. While they buy those 4x4 pickups to get to where they are going, they are the first to chastise us who like to hit the trails in our trail rigs and dirt bikes. The tree huggers have infiltrated and have been successful in their divide and conquer technique. On the outside looking in, as usual is us who do the motorized recreation thing.

My favorite little area in the hills, a place called Red River, New Mexico is being hit by the Forest Service over their plan. If you haven't been to Red River, you need to go. Good trout fishing, awesome ski resorts, and some world class trails for wheeling. Unfortunately someone not familiar with the place would think they were in Texas, but that's a subject better left for another time and place.

The point is the opposition to folks like me are better organized, or should I say have louder voices in this fight. These folks tend to be of the "the public lands are for me to hike, not for everyone else." That's not to say that we have the 'bad apple' problem amongst us. At least when we find our bad apples, we dispose of them like they should be.

I'll be surprised if this fight can be considered a win for us. I will be surprised that some of my favorite areas of this nation are not shut down due to a gaggle of closed-minded and selfish idiots. If they do succeed in getting Red River shutdown, I will hope that they take the time to visit the Disabled American Veterans Memorial right down the road and realize that not only did they shut down public lands to everyone except for themselves, but they are also shutting down those lands to a lot of good men and women who are unable physically to explore those lands by foot................

Saturday, May 05, 2007

Global Warming, Yeah Right My Ass!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oklahoma and Kansas have been getting ripped by tornadoes for about the last month and it's just barely May.

I cannot wait until Al Gore arrives to save us all.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

"A Planetary Emergency"

Well, if that is the case, then Al Gore should shut his yapper for five minutes. The temperature should drop just enough to ensure Earth's survival for the next ten thousand years.

Thursday, March 15, 2007

This Is Fishing

Got to love it.

If you're one of them tofu farting, granola crunching hippies, feel free to leave some comments.

Thank you.

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

What Really Irks Me About The Outdoors

I can probably name a few things that really tees me off about enjoying the outdoors, whether it be on my dirt bike, in my 4x4 or on foot trying to find that hole where the trout are hanging out. It could be the trash or the rude folks trying to hog all of nature's glory for themselves, usually city slickers.

Those things though don't get me wound up like I get when I get to perusing different publications and websites devoted to us. Now I better add a disclaimer right now that I am not speaking of the tofu eating, granola chomping tree huggers; but I speak about those of us that head to the hills to either throw a line in the water or attempt that one trail that is flat nasty.

What I speak of is the cavern of separation I see between the hunters and fisherman and the motorized off road crowd. Just a few weeks ago, I sat down in my favorite reading chair (yeah, I'm sure someone wants to really know that I do most of my reading on my throne of doom) and opened up one of my monthly magazines. This particular magazine is devoted to the hunting and fishing segment of society and I only get it just in case they may have something interesting directed to my trout fishing self. I flipped through the pages and went to the Letters section and low and behold, what do I find but a couple of letters blasting the magazine for publishing a story about traveling the Alaskan outback on ATVs. So a few days later, I pulled out that particular issue and scanned through the article in question. I was quite amazed that the accusations that these two particular letter writers had made, I could not find.

I am always up for reading about some goofball trashing the land in his choice of motorized conveyance, and I usually get pretty pissed off about it. This time around though, I was irked at a certain segment of the hunting/fishing community.

Throughout my travels, I have always found offroaders that partake in hunting and fishing. And vice versa. A lot of hunters tend to choose a 4x4 for reasons I should not have to talk about, and one could say that a lot of hunters have wandered onto offroad tech forums looking for advice on better offroad performance. Same thing goes for the fishing crowd. The true fisherman knows that a great day of fishing is finding a piece of water that very rarely gets touched. That fisherman needs to have a piece of equipment that can get him there.

Throughout the years, the tree huggers have targeted the offroad community. Trails have been shut down and certain areas have become totally anal about the image to protect the trail from shut down. There is good reason for that unfortunately. Because of a few bad apples. Every group has them.

Offroaders, hunters and the fishing community though share something in common, and that is possessing access to get to where we want to go. There are a hundred groups looking out for each community's best interests, but when it comes right down to it, our three little groups are have the same goal and as of right now, these groups are split apart.

Divide and conquer, eh? Well guess what? Until these three groups come together and unite to fight for their rights as one, then the war is lost.