Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Tied the Knot in Las Vegas and Honeymooned in San Francisco

We did it! Laura and I got married on December 2, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Then, we quickly left town for coastal destinations, via Baker and Barstow, California. Despite all of the stories and warnings, from our associates, we opted to spend some time in San Francisco and visit "The Rock" Alcatraz. We expected to find homeless camps and human excrement everywhere, but that wasn't the case, on our visit. 

In fact, we saw more human filth in places, like Phoenix and Las Vegas. Our visit to Clark County included a trip to the Marriage License Bureau, which is right next door to the courthouse. Now, that was a collection of garbage, which included a screaming nut-job babbling nonsense on almost every corner. We only saw one of those in San Francisco, near Pier 39. And for those looking for a Fremont Street Experience, it's nearly deserted at 4:00 am. 

Our 2202 mile ling trip took us across the California desert and as usual, made that stop in Baker to see the alien jerky store and the World's tallest thermometer. The traffic congestion and noise of Las Vegas, was something we were looking to avoid, so we spent a quiet night in Barstow, before making our way to the coast, via CA-58 to Morro Bay. Most of my westward trips include driving a few segments of the historic Route 66.

Despite driving such a long distance through the country's most populated state, we did't see too many people, nor did we get hung up in traffic jams. We enjoyed windy roads, cows on hillsides and plenty of trees on our way to the coast. Upon reaching US-1, we headed north to San Simeon, the location of our ocean view hotel and balcony. For a coastal town, this place was nearly deserted. We had the beaches to ourselves and there were only a few other guests staying in our hotel. There were only a few people at The Friends of Elephant Seals. In fact, there were more seals.

On our third day, we did encounter a little more traffic, once we got some distance north of the Pigeon Point Lighthouse. US-1, Bonny Doon Beach and Big Sur were yet, other places we had almost entirely to ourselves. It was clear that these curvy and narrow roads were not for people, who were in a hurry. I'm sure this is not the case, during summer months. The primary reason for our off season travel is to avoid lines and crowds. 

In San Francisco, it was relatively easy to navigate the streets. Parking at our hotel was a little tight, but we did have a quiet night. On Thursday morning, we visited Alcatraz and found sourdough chowder bowls on Pier 39. Our return trip took a little less time, but nonetheless, we didn't have to deal with any problems. Although it wasn't a trendy destination, we spent our last night in Bakersfield and enjoyed steak and endless shrimp at Sizzler. Before heading home, we made a stop at the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

Black Friday: If you happen to be looking for all the leftist anti consumerism protesters, you’ll find them at Walmart fighting over the last 50 inch flat screen.

Sunday, June 9, 2019

It's been quite a while since I updated my blog, but I've been very very busy, these days...

My fiance (that's why I've been so busy), who was divorced and moved here, from Wyoming, last year was unable get an Arizona ID or drivers license, despite having an official state issued birth certificate, a Social Security card and other (multiple) official supporting government documents. We made multiple, fruitless and costly 75 mile round trips to the Arizona DMV and Social Security office to no avail. Imagine being a foreigner in your own country? 

The (black) armed security guard, at the Social Security Administration office in Casa Grande, Arizona made sure we found the exit, without delay. Imagine the power tripping black bully, with a gun and that's how it felt, as we left the building. Try asking for a supervisor or registering a complaint? There was going to be none of that. It was “Whitey, get out! You're not welcome, here."

During each and every visit, she was turned away, without the person at the counter, even bothering to look at her documents. Those same (black) bureaucratic agents were so proud of not knowing what to do or how to resolve this dilemma, when asked. For months I made calls, sent emails and even acquired a pro bone attorney, who also failed to cut through the seemingly endless male bovine excrement. If it weren't for so many dishonest illegal aliens committing fraud, in this country, this would have not been such an overwhelming challenge.

Of course, we did see plenty of non-citizens (holding immigration paperwork) and non-whites getting everything they wanted. Meanwhile, a 44 year old US born citizen, was unable to get a state ID, driver's license, sign up for healthcare, open a bank account, apply for a job or register to vote. Laura was unable to vote in the mid-term elections, as Arizona requires a state ID. (see previous posts)

After fourteen months, endless bureaucracy and piles of paperwork, we finally were able to get her a state issued ID. This process required us to jump through lots of hoops and shell out money. I never ever want to hear anyone bitch and moan about black voter disenfranchisement, again. White People are also being systematically “discouraged' from voting. And if you think poll taxes are unfair, so is that $25.00 fee for getting those photo ID's.  

Then, there was that recent and horribly long flight delay, via Sky Harbor Phoenix. Last month, due to poor weather, I was basically camped out at the airport for nearly 20 hours. During that time, I watched the TSA security area exit and noticed lots of people were granted access, without any screening, whatsoever. They were simply allowed to walk in the "back door." While I was watching Terminal 2, my fiance was stuck in Denver, after having been aggressively groped by TSA in Casper, Wyoming.

Meanwhile, illegal aliens are being shuttled around, all over the country and not one of them has anything resembling a Real ID Act compliant document or other official state issued ID. If the TSA is so important for our nation's security, we should also be exercising the exact same due diligence along our borders.

TSA: Americans Need Papers To Fly, But Not Illegal Aliens

When you head to the airport to board a commercial flight you're expected to have a government-issued ID or passport, something that shows you're who you say you are. Apparently that rule only applies to Americans and not to illegal aliens. 

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is allowing illegal aliens to fly on commercial flights once they're released Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and/or Border Patrol. The illegal aliens are being flown to various parts of the country for processing, seeing as how Border Patrol stations along the southern border are overwhelmed. Townhall

According to the union National Border Patrol Council, which represents Border Patrol Agents, TSA employees at two airports in Texas have allowed migrants to use a Notice to Appear form as identification to board planes across the country and have not insisted on any other type of documentation. Their concern is that the form is easily forged and that it does not come under the list of 15 forms of ID the TSA requires of every other flyer. Daily Mail

Back to Sky Harbor... "Known crew members" were allowed to enter, through the exit and their bags were never screened. Airport maintenance people were also permitted to pass through, without being searched. At Terminal 2, I saw a strange looking dark complected bearded male, who actually walked like a gorilla, bring a self propelled floor cleaning machine to the security area exit. He was allowed to enter, with the machine. 

I kept thinking how easy it it would be to introduce an explosive device, in this manner. Imagine a self-propelled land torpedo, rolling down the hallway, while unsuspecting passengers mindlessly stare at their phones, as they drinking their lattes. Are you really that safe, even with the TSA on the job? Are they really on the job? Is this merely the illusion of safety and security? Never mind that illegal alien sneaking that dirty bomb across the Mexican border. Make sure that airline passenger is relieved of those deadly nail clippers.

There was absolutely nothing in place to stop a potential sapper, posing as an airport employee, from introducing an IED into the supposedly secure airport gate area, where thousands of passengers are clumped together, waiting to board their flights. Even before my extended Sky Harbor Phoenix visit, I thought the TSA was a joke or simply an affirmative action jobs program for POC's, who could not hold a job flipping burgers. 

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