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SaturDaze: Lake Tahoe, True Terror, and Excavated Elephants

Lake Tahoe (1868)

The Big Bang didn’t happen |   It is not too complicated to explain why these too small, too smooth, too old and too numerous galaxies are completely incompatible with the Big Bang hypothesis. Let’s begin with “too small”. If the universe is expanding, a strange optical illusion must exist. Galaxies (or any other objects) in expanding space do not continue to look smaller and smaller with increasing distance. Beyond a certain point, they start looking larger and larger. (This is because their light is supposed to have left them when they were closer to us.) This is in sharp contrast to ordinary, non-expanding space, where objects look smaller in proportion to their distance.

It Is In God // Free Men Free Minds   It is in God that the universe begins to blaze with light and glow with warmth. It is in God that we first see man in the blaze of possible glory. But the word “God” must have a certain meaning. And we must meet God in actual experience. The God in whom we find the meaning of existence must be conscious intelligence, perfect in goodness, and radiant with love. A God who cannot be conscious of every individual in the world would be no God at all. A God who cannot consciously hear prayer and perfectly apprehend the moral and spiritual longing back of it is not even a false God. — Lynn Harold Hough, Free Men, 1939

An Ill Wind – Kunstler   The regime that has turned our world inside out in its Satanic pursuit of comfort and power will be stripped naked and judged, if not by official judges, then by an unstoppable consensus.

The sore-beset public will take an inventory of what has been lost and begin reconstructing a scaffold of shared life that rewards fidelity to the way things actually work. It will be a rough passage out of what amounts to a hostage crisis. There will be friction and heat. You will not be comfortable, but you will be dauntless. You will certainly not have nothing or be happy about that. You will have, at least, a restored memory of what it was like to strive honorably for a life worth living.

We’re in the crucible of all that just now, where everything is white hot. Do not bend or melt. Soldier through. Be men and be women (there is truly nothing in-between, and do not fall for faithless inducements to doubt that). You are brothers and sisters in an enterprise worth saving and you have a history worth defending. Believe it.

Germans warned of toilet paper shortage — Because Ukraine “We are particularly dependent on gas for the production of tissue paper. Without it, we will no longer be able to provide security of supply,” Krengel said in a statement published on Thursday. According to data provided by Die Papierindustrie, each German citizen uses an average of 134 rolls of toilet paper per year. “In the current energy crisis, our top priority is to provide people with this important commodity,” Krengel stressed. Last month, the Bavarian Paper Association warned that operating paper plants may become unprofitable if they are forced to work at reduced capacity due to natural gas shortages. Germany and the EU as a whole have recently seen a significant reduction in natural gas supplies from Russia, leading to numerous warnings of possible industrial shutdowns.

The Western reaction to Dasha Dugina’s murder has been uniformly ghoulish, degenerate, and vile to witness. Which was not surprising. What is surprising is the reaction of the big Ukrainian tg channels, which think this was a set-up by Azov or MI6 that won’t end well for Ukraine
Dugin was chosen for his outsize influence in the west and fringe status at home. The real Kremlin propagandists (Soloviev, Skabeeva, Simonyan) have security details and agents monitoring for plots against them. Going after Dugin is like putting out a hit on Moldbug. Who’d care?

So Putin, Patrushev, Medvedev will never presume that a senile teleprompter reader in the White House or a cokehead comedian in Kiev “rule” anything. The sinister Great Reset impersonator of a Bond villain, Klaus “Davos” Schwab, and his psychotic historian sidekick Yuval Harari at least spell out their “program”: global depopulation, with those that remain drugged to oblivion.

As the US rules global pop culture, it’s fitting to borrow from what Walter White/Heisenberg, an average American channeling his inner Scarface, states in Breaking Bad: “I’m in the Empire business”. And the Empire business is to exercise raw power – then maintained with ruthlessness by all means necessary.

Biden arbitrarily decided to give $10,000 to millions of college graduates who took out student loans. That’s an appropriation of $300 billion without congressional approval.

Elon Musk Subpoenas Jack Dorsey In Twitter Lawsuit

“The most terrifying force comes from the hands of Men who wanted to be left alone…” They try, so very hard, to mind their own business and provide for themselves and those they love. They resist every impulse to fight back, knowing the forced and permanent change of life that will come from it. They know, that the moment they fight back, their lives as they lived them, are over.

The moment the Men who wanted to be left alone are forced to fight back, it is a form of suicide. They are literally killing off who they used to be. Which is why, when forced to take up violence, these Men who wanted to be left alone, fight with unholy vengeance against those who murdered their former lives. They fight with raw hate, and a drive that cannot be fathomed by those who are merely play-acting at politics and terror.

TRUE TERROR will arrive at these people’s door, and they will cry, scream, and beg for mercy… but it will fall upon the deaf ears of the Men who just wanted to be left alone.”

1963 Imperial Crown Convertible

Gerard Van der Leun // 1692 Mangrove Ave Apt: 379
Chico, CA 95926

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  • OneGuy August 27, 2022, 7:56 AM

    There are only two possibilities; either the universe goes on forever without end or it does not. Both are equally terrifying.

    • Vanderleun August 27, 2022, 9:33 AM

      Or it expands and contracts as a beat in the heart of God.

      • julie August 27, 2022, 10:21 AM

        What a lovely image; somehow I think perhaps it’s not so far from the truth.

      • jiminalaska August 27, 2022, 11:52 AM


        Our the universe as we know it is a computer construct (remember when the earth had 4 corners during the early stages of program development? When the sun circled the earth? ) with a few, maybe 30 or 300 players at the start, the rest NPCs ( You and me, real of course, him & her NPCs, of course.) and as players drop out, die, NPCs actions become more chaotic as we, the players, the constructors, exit the construct.

        Leading to today, you and I, last two players, ageing, raging, ready to throw in the towel…

        Which of course explains the utter irrationality, the madness, the chaos, the unrelenting unreason we see around us. NPCs run amuck.

    • John A. Fleming August 27, 2022, 11:13 AM

      Or it has a fractal framework, equally unsettling proposition.

      • Rob Muir August 29, 2022, 9:08 PM

        Elements of the universe absolutely have fractal behavior. The edges of clouds are of fractal dimensions as well as the structure of horsetail ferns. The depth of the reality of the universe is both fractal and recursive. But even though that’s an apt description, I am not sure that helps me understand it in reality.

        The post on the only stream from Narnia reminds me of the final disposition in The Last Battle. If you bring your spiritual self into the Stable, you find that the inside of the Stable is bigger than the whole world. The images from the JWST may indicate a way that the universe is more like that, but that would only be one of numberless hypotheses.

  • Old Surfer August 27, 2022, 9:58 AM

    I find the Steady State to be comforting. The big bang and expanding until heat death theory is a bummer. It also has too many moving parts. More will be revealed

  • nunnya bidnez, jr August 27, 2022, 10:38 AM

    ” Lounge Car aboard a Union Pacific Streamliner in the 1950s
    Everyone is so smartly dressed, it looks so serene and civilised.”

    rent one here:

  • Andrew X August 27, 2022, 11:55 AM

    Which Lake Tahoe is that? I’m fairly familiar with the CA/NV one. And that ain’t it.

    • OneGuy August 27, 2022, 12:30 PM

      That’s what I thought too. I guess it’s artist’s license.

    • Terry August 27, 2022, 8:29 PM

      Inside a millisecond I knew that lake image was not Tahoe. My wife and I lived near Lake Tahoe for many years and know every nook and cranny of the lake and surrounding area.

  • rabbit tobacco August 27, 2022, 12:39 PM

    The War Between the States is a good
    example of men wanting to be left alone.
    But alas…

  • mmack August 27, 2022, 1:21 PM


    Thanks for the beautiful picture of the 1963 Imperial. A not-too-shabby update of the basic 1957 bodyshell Virgil Exner penned. Sadly ol’ Virg “lost the thread”’as it were and the smooth, soaring look of 1957 was gone by 1960 and weirded out in 1961-62 when he thought “Free standing headlights from the 1930s! Why not!”

    Because it, the weird-ass 1961 restyles for Dodge and Plymouth, and the disastrously shrunken 1962 Dodge and Plymouths lost market share. So here’s your hat and coat, goodbye 👋🏻.

    Re the USS Macon: not only was it an airship, it and her sister the Akron were flying aircraft carriers, housing biplanes that could take off and land after being lowered from an internal hangar.

    We were pretty cool 😎 when we needed to be.

  • TrangBang68 August 27, 2022, 1:36 PM

    Megyn Kelly was slapping the sick little midget out of every orifice

  • Dirk August 27, 2022, 2:31 PM

    I tried hard, really hard, on our drive,,,,,from every angle, South shore, west shore, East Shore, Tahoe City, Incline Village, South shore. I could not find any place around Lake Tahoe,,, looking even similar to what’s posted.

    I’m told my first time here at the lake was in 1958, oddly enough I don’t recall. what a magical place, about to be destroyed by civil action. I remember racing a San Juan 21 sailboat on Tahoe, as a young teen, working the bow, assuring smooth sail movement port/ starboard. Tahoe has changed significantly, I don’t imagine for the better.

    Used to be quiet, magical, now noise, ugly like the people who pollute such a gift.

    Na sadly if the picture ever existed, I’ve not had the honor of experiencing it. We did enjoy our drive around Lake Tahoe this morning.

    Is it me, or has the water actually changed colors?

    • Snakepit Kansas August 28, 2022, 6:05 AM

      Chisolm Trail Creek Park is about a half square mile in area with adjacent farmlands that allow a fair amount of deer and other game to live. Trees follow the creek and the rest of it is open natural prairie grass. Some of it, I have deduced, is reclaimed farmland, as there is a very straight old tree row of osage orange/hedge apple growing with enveloped barbed wire fence remnants physically through the trees. If you avoided the tree surrounded fag park at the west end, the rest was great to quietly explore.

      Over time, much of the adjacent farmland has turned into apartment complexes and some genius at the City paved a wide path through an area the deer used to bed. Much of the wildlife park is posted for no dogs or bicycles, but nobody pays attention to that. Big dogs running wild through the park is fun for them but has run off the turkey and pheasant that used to reside there. The City quit sending in the PD to clear out the secluded parking lot the fags took over, and cut down all the surrounding trees. That reduced the number of used condoms found near tree stumps, but other trash has taken its place.

      I supposed to encourage more of the public to enjoy the wildlife park they effectively destroyed it.

  • Lance de Boyle August 27, 2022, 2:50 PM

    I dunno about youse, but I haven’t had a big bang (or even a moderately-sized bang) for days.
    Okay, decades.
    SHE said, “Hey, whiner, I’ve got my child. Now buzz off, donor.”
    Also, no expansion in the region known as “The pants.”
    Which leaves me lots of time to accede to HER demands.
    “Hey, don’t sit there with that imbecile grin on your mug, writing your little ‘comments.’ Rake the leaves!”

    • Terry August 27, 2022, 8:59 PM

      Lance, I know of an activity that beats the heck out of, “rake the leaves”. When things got dull and null with my first wife I found that helping the neighbor wash her car was a real winner.

      I do not know if we can attach pictures to these comments. I have a picture that says a thousand words in relation to the subject you brought up here.

      • Lance de Boyle August 28, 2022, 12:03 AM

        Sometimes a picture is all you got—-and all it takes!

        • Jack August 28, 2022, 7:43 AM

          Lance, you are on a fine roll this morning. LMHO….

        • Terry August 28, 2022, 7:33 PM

          I was an engine builder for a major Porsche race team in the seventies. One of the cars/drivers was sponsored by Hawaiian Tropic (sun tan lotion), and every race at least six of the “Hawaiian Tropic girls” was in attendance. These ladies were very special indeed. They drew huge crowds to the Porsche race cars in the pits.

          Too much fun.


  • Steve (retired/recovering lawyer) August 27, 2022, 3:24 PM

    I always knew the better explanation for the start to all things was, “And God said, let there be…”

  • Ray Van Dune August 27, 2022, 6:27 PM

    Re: USS Macon
    Well, looks like we’ve come a ways in the design of cherry-pickers, anyway. Those suckers look like death traps!

  • John A. Fleming August 28, 2022, 2:17 AM

    Lake Tahoe it is not. But it does look like a fanciful distorted Yosemite valley, on the right we see the clear profile of Sentinel Rock, and a distorted Half Dome, vertically compressed. On the left we see the profile of the Big Stone, El Capitan. The lake looks like Tenaya Lake at the entrance to Toulumne Meadows, with perhaps a snow-covered Cathedral Peak above. But it could also look like Twin Lakes near Bridgeport with Sawtooth Ridge and the Matterhorn Peak high above.

    Actually, I’m not aware of a High Sierra Peak that looks like that. There are a couple in the Andes like that.

    My guess is the artist got a bunch of mountain photos in his studio, and camera obscura’ed bits and pieces together. The picture is a study in atmospheres and light, not a faithful landscape at all.

  • Mike Austin August 28, 2022, 7:01 AM

    Of course the “Big Bang” didn’t happen. It was nonsense from start to finish. It was given the patina of “science” to give it credibility, just as is the nonsense of Climate Change, of safe and efficacious vaccines against COVID-19, of the “food pyramid”, and of the dangers of nuclear power. Pure bunkum. Absolute hokum. The “Big Bang” always had the credibility of Piltdown Man.

    The world was created in six days. Deal with it.

    We tend to think that the corruption of science is a new, new thing, when in fact it has been going on for a century or more. Anyone who believes “scientific studies”, or articles in The Lancet, or proclamations from the CDC, is a tremendous fool.

    Do not forget the nonsense about cholesterol, about red meat, about HIV, about butter, about eggs, about alcohol consumption—and on and on and on. Lies all around. All all put forth as absolute scientific fact by legions of “experts”.

    Here is my advice: Eat what you want. Drink what you want. Go where you want. Say what you want. If someone complains, reach for your revolver.

  • Dirk August 28, 2022, 9:45 AM

    Toilet paper, we keep 360 rolls minimum, on the shelf. Often a lot more.

    Got not a thing to do with the Ukrainians.

    Has everything to do with the knuckleheads in Washington DC.

    If/when SHTF,,,,,l, if your not supplied up, ready to do it on your own for a year or two,

    You have nobody to blame but yourself.

    • Mike Austin August 28, 2022, 1:20 PM

      One hundred rolls of Angel Soft double roll. Twenty rolls of Bounty. Food and fuel for two months without electricity. Several methods of water purification. Plenty of 2nd Amendment toys. Medicines and what not. Fifty bars of hand soap. Ten bottles of dish soap. Hundreds of Handi Wipes. Lights and batteries. And other SHTF stuff.

  • Deplorable David Parsons August 28, 2022, 4:31 PM

    The universe in which we are trapped is like an aquarium. The fish, and the humans, think that’s all there is.