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Lines Etched into the Face of the Labyrinth

Newton by William Blake

“As to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the sea-shore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.” — Issac Newton

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  • ghostsniper September 12, 2017, 7:07 AM

    In 1980 I was 100 miles north of Fairbanks and when I was going to go out and run my trap lines there was a Ruger Blackhawk double action .357 on my hip slammed with steel tips (no longer available) and a Remington 870 12ga slung across my back with slugs.

    Having read about bear attacks in Foxfire and seeing the same in TV documentary’s I knew full well what I was up against.

    Bears are silent when in attack mode, they are very stealthy. A bear could be 10′ away and you wouldn’t notice. Their feets are heavily padded. I’ve heard you can smell them before you see or hear them. So the idea was to empty the Blackhawk directly into it’s head at close range. I had practiced with a dirt filled coffee can at 10′ and could empty the gun into that can in less than 4 seconds. In that same amount of time a bear can disembowel you. I had seen the largest (mounted) grizzly ever taken with a bow on display in the Anchorage airport and it’s front claws were an unbelieveable 6-8 inches long and 3/4″ in diameter. More than 8′ tall. Chilling.

    Yeah, not the brightest idea in the world, but I was 25, single, recently discharged from Uncle Sam Ain’t Released Me Yet, and yearning for adventure. And salivating salaciously from the lure of $600 a piece wolf pelts. Being a member of the “forced pussified society” for the past 37 years since, I’d never consider such a thing now. Unless one was right outside the door.

    That victims problem was that he had not trained himself to deploy his pistol as fast as possible, over and over (dry fire) hundreds of times til it was rote to muscle memory.

    Bear, jackboot, krakthug, manical ex-ho, you have to be able to extinguish in a seconds notice or be terminated for being lax. Life on planet earth can still be very primitive at times.

  • Denny September 12, 2017, 10:23 AM

    “Scare Black People”
    It’s a good thing that was written by a black person. If some white guy had written it he would have been fired, imprisoned, deported or worse.

  • Larry Geiger September 14, 2017, 12:37 PM

    “Scare Black People”. Oh good grief…

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