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  1. reboot says:

    The reason she don’t need to go to the border, is that the goddamn border has come to Nebraska. YGBSM. Mcstain needs to retire before he really has his @ss handed to him. He looks more the fool every year. “The gang of eight”, what a bullshyt childish term.

  2. reboot says:

    Oh yeah, thank you for the Burt and Ernie picture. Kind of reminded me of the goons in Pulp Fiction. Remember:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gWNkTNnCFc&feature=player_detailpage

    And:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13duu13NA0Q&feature=player_detailpage

    Will have to watch it this weekend now.

  3. sortahwitte says:

    Might We Have Arrived

    H.L. Mencken – Born 1880 / Died 1956 – was a journalist, satirist & critic.

    He wrote an editorial while working for The Baltimore Evening Sun, which appeared in the July 26, 1920 edition.

    “As Democracy is perfected, the office of President represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people.

    On some great and glorious day, the plain folks of the land, will at last, reach their heart’s desire and the White House will be occupied by a downright fool and complete narcissistic moron.”

    — H.L. Mencken,

    The Baltimore Evening Sun, July 26, 1920.

    • jacksonsdad says:

      Yup… we’re there all right. Still it wouldn’t bother me nearly as much if I thought the narcissist fool truly loved America.

    • reboot says:

      Sounds like somebody earned a stuffed toy! Too bad this POS wants to destroy this fine republic.

    • reboot says:

      Sadly, up until this moment in the space-time continuum, I did not know about this gun-porn site. Thank GOD to a fellow REVO member I stumbled upon another holy site and was blessed by the light.
      Shocking revelation that there is more gun use saving people than mass killings? Only a libtard could be suprised by that. But, it is a start. The problem is, are any doktors in the nobama nocare program gonna even read it?

  4. reboot says:

    That nannycam fock?
    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/06/29/arrest-made-in-nyc-suspect-in-nj-home-invasion-caught-on-nanny-cam/?test=latestnews
    I hope it’s this dipstick, now there’s a face for when he get’s out.

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  6. notamobster says:

    So there I was talking to Karl Rove, when the rapper Coolio walked up. Then some other famous young rapper sat down in front of me.

    karl rove

  7. Jerry says:

    Do ya think it’d make the news if Mandela to Obama to get lost?

  8. Ray Davies says:

    For those of you in Eastern Iowa, There are Firework at SHILOH just south of Kalona Wednesday night. $5.00 per car load,and you can bring in whatever you care to. Happy Independance Day to all of us for as long as we can have it.

  9. vanangram says:

    Newest Conspiracy Theory:

    Neil Armstrong was the first person to walk on the moon.

    Neil A.

    Read that backwards. OMG!

    • R.D. Walker says:

      What are you saying? Neil Armstrong put a lien on the moon? What if we want to sell it?

      • sortahwitte says:

        He was mining it for the cheese and crackers.
        Now we know who cut the cheese.

  10. Jim22 says:

    Best Answer Award

    mr schumer

  11. reboot says:

    As we move into the Independence Day holiday weekend. God bless to them and their’s, the we’s and the tho’s that have served in the US military and have paid for our continued freedom.
    We all gave some,
    Some gave all.

    reboot

  12. Jim22 says:

    [caption id="attachment_100817" align="aligncenter" width="600"]An Early Hillary Supporter An Early Hillary Supporter[/caption]

  13. R.D. Walker says:

    I am being hounded by an incessant stream of emails to purchase the domain realrevo.com. Ours, of course, is therealrevo.com. They want $150 for the domain. Is it worth it? Do we care?

    • Uke says:

      I don’t. Is there any benefit to doing so that you can think of?

      • RJ says:

        since I do not have a clue what goes into running a site or wtf a domain is I will withhold my opinion.

      • R.D. Walker says:

        Not really. I mean, I suppose somebody could put another site on there that syphons some of our traffic. I think people would keep looking, however. I am kind of past the point where I am desperate for hits, anyway. Sometimes a small town in nice.

        • Greg B says:

          The only reason would be to keep it from falling into the wrong hands.
          I could see some dbag from kos trying to pass the Revo off as something it isn’t.

          • R.D. Walker says:

            Yeah, that occurred to me and then I started thinking about…

            therealrevoo.com
            theerealrevo.com
            thereelrevo.com
            therealreevo.com
            etc.

            …and I got a headache and went to bed.

            • RJ says:

              No better complement than a lib so concerned with your content, that they invent a faux revo to syphon off your traffic.

              Then again the troll hunting might increase… 🙂 at The real revo

    • MadBrad says:

      I don’t think it’s worth it. I don’t think we care.

  14. MadBrad says:

    My special thanks goes out to all who helped me maintain communications with the Revo during extremely hard times. You all know who you are. Thanks to you I was able to do more than just maintain communication here, I was able to search for a job more efficiently. As a result of gainful employment I am now able to maintain connectivity and as of today I was able to do something I haven’t been able to do in a long while. I actually bought a new computer, in this case a new laptop. Now I am able to be here more. That’s a good thing.

    My Revo family has been a big part of my life and here I’ve found a measure of freedom that most never dare to pursue.

    Somehow, in spite of everything, THIS Independence Day is going to be special.

    • R.D. Walker says:

      That is awesome. Congratulations!

      • notamobster says:

        I will be celebrating this Independence Day bringing my family to our new home (via “The Backroads Trip Across The West!”), courtesy of my new job, and celebrating with some illegal fireworks given to me by the owner of a fireworks stand in New Mexico, who simply wished to thank me for my service!

        A woman in Utah let me cash a fairly large cashier’s check in Moab this morning. She was nervous about it because I was from Michigan, trying to cash a check in Utah. When she saw my VFW membership card, she agreed immediately. It turns out that she is the President of the Moab VFW Women’s Auxiliary.

        God bless our wonderful America on this Independence Day! May she always remain free, or may I give my life keeping her so.

    • Bman says:

      And don’t forget one of the last pieces of freedom that still comes in a Red, White, and Blue can.

    • Uke says:

      Brad, you are a vital and integral part of the Revo. Wouldn’t be the same without you.

      B-rate movie clips and all. 🙂 😛

      • Bman says:

        Uhhh…I take offense of your so called “B-rate” movie comment. Brad finds American cinematic classics. Have you not been viewing?? 😉

    • Ray Davies says:

      I’m sure you’ll pass it on.
      Congrats and best of luck now.

    • Locke n Load says:

      Sweet!
      Persevering thru the crappy times makes moments like that all the better, no?

  15. MadBrad says:

    I’ve decided that tomorrow I’m picking up an old, fellow JROTC Cadet from High School who went on to become a Beirut Marine and we are headed up to the VFW Post in a small redneck town just North of here, where we are both members. It may be just the place to be to lift my spirits. It’s across the street from where the municipal fireworks display will be set off.

    I’m telling you, there are a LOT of people who are in deep thought approaching Independence Day this year.

  16. JenR says:

    Nota – it was nice spending time with you and your family tonight. I hope the rest of your drive goes well. Let us know how the new place is.

    • Bman says:

      That is so awesome when Revoistas meet up. I had the privilege meeting Locke N Load several months ago. I cant wait for Revopalooza Part II, for I wasn’t able to make the first one.

      • Uke says:

        No shit! Ditto here!

        Something in the fall or spring would be awesome, dunno about y’all.

        (Summer is peak-season, yaknow. 😉 )

  17. notamobster says:

    Jen & Matt are wonderful people, with a beautiful family! We had some good BBQ at a place near Provo, Utah. They won the Mrs. Nota seal of approval. THAT IS HUGE! She’s very shy/has some social anxiety issues, so if she meets great people, she’s all excited about it. She loved you two and your family. The folks at The Real Revo come from good stock!

  18. notamobster says:

    About to have dinner with Locke n load!!!

  19. R.D. Walker says:

    Ray Davies and the missus came to our annual 4th of July party at the Revo Compound. Good people, they are.

    • Ray Davies says:

      Thank You,SIR. We had a great time and sorry we had to leave early. When the boss lady asks if we want to leave soon.. Well, I’ve learned.
      RD, loved your family and place, and the town puts on a great parade.
      Thanks again.

  20. notamobster says:

    Locke and I just had dinner with my family. What a great visit! I can’t wait to get together when we have more time to sit and relax.

    I also got to try RD’s whiskey. Incredible. It tastes like a Glenfiddich (2 year). Wow. Great taste with hints of fruit.

    • Locke n Load says:

      That was awesome Nota, great family you have there. Noah is a trip. Those gears are always turning in his head, ya know? Your wife is adorable. Hope I didn’t overwhelm her senses after a long day in the car 🙂
      Seeing you with the family was a treat. Its obvious where your grounding comes from. Those kids definately dig daddy.
      Can’t wait to see you all when you get settled in..

      • notamobster says:

        Locke – she enjoyed it. I’m batting .1000 with the Revo friends and the wife. You saw the quiet Noah.

  21. reboot says:

    An interesting event in a sub’burb of LV. Couple refuses to let their house be a po-po observation post and get’s arrested? REALLY?
    https://www.courthousenews.com/2013/07/03/59061.htm

    • rj says:

      wow, read that linked article, that is FUBAR what the hell has happened to our country?

      • BigJimTX says:

        The police are acting as if they are at war with the citizens. The attitude is no longer “protect and serve.” It is closer to “intimidate, coerce, and enforce.” They are scrapping all of our constitutionally guaranteed rights by extending probable cause to mean that you disagree with the officer. Pleading fifth amendment protection only works if you are a part of the politburo.

        There will be a breaking point.

        • reboot says:

          That’s a no shytter. Here recently the PORT Police have been intimidating drivers in Piti who they think are driving to fast. WTF they doing outside of their jurisdiction? Seen it 3 times in the last week.

        • xenicalman says:

          Oh my God. In America. The complaint read like Gestapo tactics. Have things changed so much since I retired form the force 12 years ago?
          In as much as the police dept and their employer, the city, will hopefully have to come up with a huge multi million dollar law suit award, no amount of money can erase the terror that these victims endured.
          Hopefully some serious jail time will befall the Nazi home invaders. Nothing less will deter like behavior from other police agencies.

  22. R.D. Walker says:

    What if, because of the holiday, you forgot to post a Freaky Friday Caption Contest and nobody noticed?

    • Uke says:

      0_o

      I demand sacrifice and recompense!!!

    • reboot says:

      I actually had to look at my watch to see what day it was today.
      I think that’s a sign of a damn good holiday!

    • Locke n Load says:

      days of the week? really?
      seriously, i lose track of months out here.
      “weekends” are an alien concept at this point.

      so yeah, you left me hangin RD. if not for Brads movie my calendar would have gone on thhe fritz

      • Ray Davies says:

        Hey,Guys, try it without a watch or cell phone. I gave both up when I retired. I carried a beeper for too many years and always had to be somewhere on time. Give them up folks and see how much better life is. If the mail doesn’t come it’s Sunday or a holiday. Just so I know when the party is.

  23. reboot says:

    A libtard gets stopped and frisked in new yawk, and sues! Oh my. Woes ME! I guess they get what they asked for huh?
    http://dailycaller.com/2013/07/06/white-vegan-woman-sues-over-brooklyn-stop-and-frisk/
    WGAS about the 4th amendment right? Well, everybody except NYC and the communists.
    Gawd, and a white vegan too….. 😉

  24. reboot says:

    Putin vs. obama, a photo essay.
    Bwhahahaha! 🙂

    http://www.tomatobubble.com/putin_obama.html

  25. Z says:

    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/pj-gladnick/2013/07/07/congressman-raul-labrador-slaps-down-david-brooks-twice-meet-press

    what does he mean “it’s better than the current law”

    Isn’t the current law that illegal immigration is, well, illegal?

  26. notamobster says:

    Proper description of various sectors. Note that only one sector is “productive”… and it isn’t the academic or government sectors:

    The Government council of the Global Environment Fund (GEF) authorized a donation of USD$18.4 million to promote the project “Sustainable Energy Technologies Development for Climate Change” presented by the Ministry of Energy (SENER) which will seek to promote the development of technologies focused on sustainability of projects in this area through cooperation between public, academic and productive sectors to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the development and adoption of clean energy.

  27. Jim22 says:

    A picture is worth…

    The overflow is a good idea. You can route it to wherever you want.

    rain-water-to-water-your-garden

  28. sortahwitte says:

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    • R.D. Walker says:

      I would do it but in Iowa most years I spend about 10 of 12 months struggling to get the damned water off my land!

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  30. Greg B says:

    Good news!
    My Dad, who is roaming around Iowa, discovered that my Great, Great, Great, Grandfather (who was charged as an accomplice in a murder trial) had the charges dropped. In 1893.
    Why am I writing this? Well it’s pretty off topic.

    • RJ says:

      wow what a piece of family history,
      I learned the first person of my family name was shipped from Queen Victoria’s lands was a previous yeoman who was convicted of theft.

      Relatives ya know aint like friends, ya cant pick em.

    • R.D. Walker says:

      As long as we are telling stories…

      My great, great, great grandmother came to Davenport, Iowa from Germany with her husband and 12 year old son in 1865. They no sooner arrived and her husband dropped dead. There she was, alone, and unable to speak English with a kid in Iowa.

      My great, great, great grandfather was in Davenport being mustered out as a lieutenant in the 6th Iowa Cavalry. He met her and married her and took her back to the farm in a matter of days. They had six more children including my great, great grandmother. They were married almost 50 years.

      • RJ says:

        Hey RD ya ever read the Sacket series of books by Louie Lamore?
        Fantastic if ya like that type read, family historical starts in England way back in late 1600’s to first Sacket that came to the new world, ya gotta read em in order to get the full benefit.

  31. Bman says:

    Australia has shitty school lunches, too.

    • reboot says:

      OK, outside of a small county school in the rural areas, does anybody remember a school lunch that was worth a shyt?
      It’s even worse here. They pay a contractor an insane amount of money, they produce the meals in masse at their facility and then it is delivered to the public schools here, and then doled out from steam tables.
      UGH.
      Mine will be in a private school, even if I have to work nights at the school cleaning.

  32. sortahwitte says:

    I went to a large high school in Austin, TX. The cooks were all mexican and black ladies. There was a ton of gubmint commodities given to schools at that time; cheese, flour, corn meal, rice, beans, canned fruit and veggies, and always some kind of mystery meat. At that time, the cafeteria also received poached or road killed cows, deer, wild pigs, and small dogs. (Just kidding about the dog).

    Those gracious and talented ladies turned out the best food ever. Enchiladas, tacos, burritos, meat pies, beef? stew, fried potatoes with onions, fried okra, stewed okra with tomatoes, homemade bread, homemade cinnamon rolls, you get the idea. At the end of the school year, all of those ladies received gifts from the students. We loved them.

    • BaconNeggs says:

      Sorta I think my school lunch experiences were similar to yours. Back-in-the-day, our school canteen was run by older mature English ladies who turned out the most delicious school lunches.

      Lancashire Hotpots, Steak n Kidney pies, Roast Pork and Cracklin, Pork Chops and Apple sause, Fish n Chips and even the ever present Spam fritters, all went down a treat.

      Followed with Bakewell Tart, Coconut Tart, Upside down Pineapple cake, Jelly and custard and Spotted Dick, who said the English cant cook.

      Damn those women could cook. After I left, the local socialist School board stepped into the kitchen and replaced a lot of those wonderful women with vending machines and pre-packed and “healthy food choices”.

      On occasions when I drive past my old school I see hundreds of students voting with their feet walking out the gates at lunchtime.

    • reboot says:

      Can’t say I ever had that in Nebraska while growin up. Musta been all the old white crackers cookin for us. 🙂

  33. BaconNeggs says:

    I dont know if anyone else saw this video of the 12 year old Egyptian boy – Ali Ahmed – speaking so eloquently about the situation in Egypt. If only all 12 years olds could express themselves like this kid do.

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=830_1373307749

  34. R.D. Walker says:

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