Thursday, November 4, 2010

Sonoran Desert National Monument: Election Week Patrol

Once the voting was done, it was time to go back out on a recon patrol in the Sonoran Desert National Monument south of Interstate 8. I selected an area between Smith Road and Stanfield because of continued human and drug smuggling activity in the area.

The BLM had replaced the travel warning signs with a “toned down” version to make the area seem more safe and appealing to the many winter visitors that are expected to come to our state once the temperatures fall well below 100 degrees.

I was pleased to see that the BLM had crews working on cleaning up the area. Much of the litter deposited by illegal aliens has been picked up and bagged. I ran into one of the workers while I was entering the national monument and spoke with him for a few minutes.

Keep in mind, this is still a major smuggling corridor and that visitors should continue bringing their firearms, just in case. You never know if some potentially dangerous person will cross your path.

Marijuana bundles found near Interstate 8

Tuesday morning, shortly after 7:00 am, a Pinal County Sheriff’s Deputy was on patrol in the area of Interstate 8, near milepost 157, when he noticed a white cloth suspiciously tied to a bush along the south side of the highway. Since this area is part of the known drug and human smuggling corridor, the deputy recognized the cloth as a marker drug mules commonly use to signal the “pick-up vehicle.”

Deputy discovers $80,000 worth of pot in the desert

Attentiveness by a Pinal County Sheriff’s deputy turned into the discovery of 160 pounds of marijuana early Tuesday morning.

While patrolling an area 20 miles south of Maricopa, the deputy noticed a white cloth tied to a bush near interstate 8 and mile marker 157.

Sheriff’s department spokesman Tim Gaffney said the deputy recognized the cloth as a marker drug smugglers commonly use to alert pick-up vehicles, so he left his vehicle to investigate.

As you can see by the above articles, lots of money is involved in smuggling. People are more than willing to kill for it.

Pinal supervisors, Babeu compromise to fight cartels

Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu isn't getting what he asked for in a dedicated drug and human smuggling enforcement task force.

But Babeu says a compromise reached Wednesday with county supervisors will meet the same objective: to disrupt cartel activity in western Pinal.

Board members have approved funding for the Sheriff's Office to hire and equip four deputies. Babeu had asked the board to foot the bill for seven new sworn positions to focus on crime prevention and the enforcement of drug and immigration laws.

It’s nice to know, we’re going to have a few more deputies keeping us company out there.

“Most individuals have always thought themselves not big enough or significant enough to have an effect on the whole planet, a notion which conversely made them think they could afford big arrogance and big greed over its resources.” --Lynette Fromme

Monday, November 1, 2010

F.O.R. Food Bank, Maricopa, AZ: Infectious Human Waste

Monday mornings always reminds me of how disgusting some people are. I make a weekly trip to the F.O.R. Food bank in Maricopa, AZ. Without exception, I always manage to encounter some of the lowest forms of sub-human bipedal primates on the planet. Many of these so called people obviously fell off the evolutionary ladder. Many of them rank well below monkeys. If Charles Darwin were alive, he would have been able to prove “reverse evolution” really occurs.

One of the most puzzling things I have encountered at this place is a sign taped on the top of the drinking water cooler that says, “DO NOT OPEN + PUT TRASH IN”. I wondered what kind of inconsiderate lowlife puke piece of sub-human trash would have even considered removing the lid and depositing trash in the drinking water. This type of individual should not even be classified as a human being. They should be face down in a pit, covered with lime.

As always, I brought Bailey along with me. She has become a popular dog with some of the regulars. The ones that pass for human, that is. We were sitting there minding our own business when this little Mexican girl walked up to Bailey and started jumping up and down like a chimpanzee. She intentionally attempted to provoke her and she did the right thing by barking at her.

Shortly afterwards, this girl’s grandmother had her by the hand and ran her head right into a sturdy wooden post. She fell to the dirt and began crying. I laughed and would have laughed even louder if she had split her head open. Chalk up another one for “reverse evolution”.

Other unruly and poorly supervised kids were throwing rocks next to cars. This is not the first time this has happened. On previous occasions, I’ve yelled at these kids and said, “If you can’t keep your monkeys under control, put them in a cage.” Needless to say, this angered their parents(and scared other people), but what were they going to do about it? Not one of them had the guts to get in my face and start something.

Association of Arizona Food Banks

For more than 25 years, the Association of Arizona Food Banks has served its regional food bank members, along with their network of nearly 1,600 food pantries and agencies. As one of the first state food bank associations in the nation, AAFB is active in federal and state public policy advocacy, and hunger-related outreach and education. We also operate the Arizona Statewide Gleaning Project, a trucking and logistics arm that brings millions of pounds of food each year to Arizona's food banks.

F.O.R. Maricopa: Food, Opportunity, Resources

As of June 10th we are opening in the evening from 6:00-7:30 pm every Thursday in addition to our regular Monday hours from 10:00-11:30 am. We are very excited to offer this new time to our community.

I’ve been observing this food bank spectacle for approximately two years. I should either write a book or make a video of this place. One thing that I cannot miss is the fact that so many hungry people are huge. Apparently, if you put out a sign that says “free food”, every fat body in town will show up.

On a previous occasion, I observed a 300+ pound woman pick up cigarette butts and smoke them. Her husband stood there watching with his pants unzipped. He wasn’t wearing underwear. This is one family unit that should go home and do a murder- suicide. The world would be grateful if they did.

When I was pulling out to leave, a very large colored woman was standing in the way and made absolutely no effort to move her fat ass out of the path of my truck. I know she was big, but my truck was bigger. I swear, some people are too stupid to live. She eventually got out of my way after blowing my horn.

"I'm probably one of the most dangerous men in the world if I want to be. But I never wanted to be anything but me." --Charles Manson