Cornered Cat – Women and Guns

An interesting and entertaining site –

The site owner describes this site as:

This site is about women and guns, not about cats. But in a way, it’s about the cornered cat in all of us. It’s about the determination to get away from an attacker if you need to. It’s about making the decision to say, “Not me. Not mine. Not today.” And it’s about the tools to make that decision stick.

Check it out here.

Article by a fellow Indian pro-gunner

Check out this article by a fellow Indian pro-gunner titled “Arms, ammunition and the man”.

Ebenezer Stephen, a journalist by profession, has written pro-gun pieces for other Indian publications as well and is also a member of our pro-gun Group Indians For Guns.

Update: Newstodaynet seems to have removed the archived article from their website.

Amazing quote on free speech!!

Came upon this amazing quote by Pastor Martin Niemoller here. Have yet to see simpler and better logic on why to speak up about things that don’t directly affect you…

First they came for the Communists,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I wasn’t a Communist.
Then they came for the Jews,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I wasn’t a Jew.
Then they came for the Catholics,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I was a Protestant.
Then they came for me,
and by that time there was no one
left to speak up for me.

Air Supply – Gasp! I can’t breathe!!

Was at the Air Supply concert last evening,
thankfully had hooked up with some friends for a few beers before the event –
might have been unbearable otherwise! A couple of geriatric has been rockers,
singing mushy songs and trying to get the smallish crowd of less than 2000
people all excited… 😛

Well to be completely honest there were moments which brought back old
memories… especially when they played their old hits like “making love
out of nothing at all”, “all out of love”, “lost in
love” etc. Reminded me of college days when a spare cassette full of their
numbers was always handy in the car, handy to be played when one got hit by the
post-break up blues… Looking back, (nostalgia aside) it seems hard to believe
that I was such a sentimental fool in those days! :O Guess everyone hardens up
as they grow older; slowly discarding their youthful naiveté and sentimentality
along the way… instead picking up a drier attitude and thicker skin… handier
tools to survive the world, maybe a little less fun though…