nevver:

Nothing wrong

This is my “View of our economic future” nightmare.

nevver:

Nothing wrong

This is my “View of our economic future” nightmare.

Reblogged from this isn't happiness.

Blowback

We armed the Mujahideen to fight the Russians and they became the Taliban.

Who will those we arm this time become?

Semi Supermoon & clouds.

Semi Supermoon & clouds.

ethically-wrong:

Now we’re talking.

Couldn’t hurt.

ethically-wrong:

Now we’re talking.

Couldn’t hurt.

nevver:

“We are At War now — with somebody — and we will stay At War with that mysterious Enemy for the rest of our lives.” — Hunter S. Thompson

Sadly, HST saw it coming and was right.

nevver:

“We are At War now — with somebody — and we will stay At War with that mysterious Enemy for the rest of our lives.” — Hunter S. Thompson

Sadly, HST saw it coming and was right.

Reblogged from this isn't happiness.
All that we have to do is to send two mujahidin to the furthest point east to raise a piece of cloth on which is written al-Qaeda, in order to make the generals race there and cause America to suffer human, economic, and political losses…

Osama bin Laden

A reminder that terrorists want to drag us into war. 

(via prettayprettaygood)

This.

(via thejesse)

al-Qaeda version of “Rope a dope”.

Reblogged from very little thought

patagoniaflyfish:

The Elwha is Free

It finally has happened, the final blast to remove the remainder of the Glines Canyon Dam occurred on August 26th…this river now flows complete uninterrupted from its headwaters to its confluence with Puget Sound.  This allows free passage of all anadromous fish, stopped for 100 years to finally return to their ancestors spawning grounds. 

original content John Gussman

A great use for dynamite!

Reblogged from Patagonia Fly Fishing

Sierra - Long Haired Trout Pointing German Shepherd

About this time four years ago, Sierra and I went on our last fishing trip.  We headed to Missoula, Bozeman, the Stillwater, the other Rock Creek, Red Lodge, Yellowstone, the Madison, THE Rock Creek, and finally, on the way home, we fished at Mile 125 on Hwy 12 on the Lochsa. 

Her health was starting to fail, but she was game the whole time.  I told her to lay down on a sandy spot next to the river thinking she was tired, but as I fished a bubble-line about 2/3s of the way across the river, I turned to find her perched on a boulder next to me, following the fly.  She lived about three more months.

So as I was returning from Missoula 10 days ago I made a point of stopping and fishing the last place we fished together.  Tossed a hopper just below these boulders and caught 3 Westslope Cutthroat Trout and LDR’d a couple of others.  Sierra was watching the fly the whole time, and giving the fish a kiss when I landed them.