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Celebrating Oppression

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I am TJIC over screencap of Spartacus

Borepatch brings to our attention an anniversary, with a call to action:

Brad_In_MA emails to point out that Thursday is the anniversary of the epic screwing of TJIC by the People's Soviet of Massachusetts*. He has a call to action that is filled with win:

I propose a Jan 19 BUYcott of anything 2a related, in support of TJIC. Mind putting up such a post? I plan on getting a few targets and a brick of some .22lr range ammo for my ruger 22/45, aka Miss Cherry. The idea is to BUY something. Anything. Price does not matter.  Quantity does not matter. In short, a simple request for a simple action to support a Brother in Need.

I would go one step further, and suggest a buycott (the opposite of a boycott, 'natch, where you purposely buy from someone as opposed to refusing to buy from them). As it turns out, TJIC is an entrepreneur, and has a company that makes this easy for everyone: Smartflix.

Think Netflix, only for learning DVDs. Want to learn CNC millingIntroduction to gunsmithingCombat Pistol UniversityM1 Garand Armorer course?

This is an opportunity for everyone to learn some skills that will likely appall the Usual Suspects™ in Massachusetts while helping to offset TJIC's legal costs (which will also appall the Usual Suspects™ in Massachusetts).

And so the call goes out. Pass it on. And look at SmartFlix, and point it out to your friends. There's good stuff there. Let's all stress his servers on January 19. Aux armes, citoyens!

I believe there a few small 2nd Amendment-related items on my wish list. I don’t have time to learn the things I am currently learning, but those without immediate need for things related to things that go BANG! should check out Smartflix.

Or, showing true American entrepreneurial fashion, TJIC gives you the chance to support his cause through his internet comic book shop, Heavy Ink. If you’re already smart enough, click over and buy yourself a picture book.

In related news, Travis (TJIC) has a couple of new blogs up:
Foodie Douchebag — cooking stuff
365 Bowls — woodturning stuff

He made a comment somewhere that his regular site (—anarcho-capitalist ranting stuff) might be going back online in a couple of months. And it is an election year…delicioussss.