Don't go to DC without your photo ID, Vaccine and Certified Sheep Cards


12 pointer
Jan 12, 2006
South Central Kentucky
Pretty sure if I lived in one of these big cities where they're shoving all this crap down the resident's throats that I'd be dead or in jail by now. It's totally, "Do as I say not as I do!", everywhere they can get away with it.

I was reading the comments and one of them disappeared right before my eyes, LOL!! Some 'ol gal was going completely ballistic, she was ready to MARCH ... but even that website censored what she had to say about it.

It's coming folks, the day isn't too far off when we're going to have to decide whether to be a sheep or a ram if this kind of crap is allowed to continue. :cool:

Velvet ears

8 pointer
Nov 6, 2013
West KY
I was just outside DC about 20 miles in Virginia earlier this week. Everyone there acted like I had the plague or something. They would put their mask up (outdoors) when they got within 20 ft of me and acted scared to death. It's amazing how brainwashed these people seemed to be.


12 pointer
Jan 12, 2006
South Central Kentucky
Been there just once about 30 years ago when one of my Uncles was buried at Arlington. Did all the touristy things after the funeral and really enjoyed it, especially the Smithsonian. Once I figured out the subway system, it was easy to get around and I never felt threatened in any way.

NOW ... I guess you couldn't pay me enough to go there and it's really a crying damn shame that our Nation's Capitol and all the monuments to our Freedom, which WE paid for, has turned into a dangerous craphole thanks to our "elected officials". :(

Doug 16

6 pointer
Jun 7, 2020
New york
When I went too the Smithsonian only thing I wanted too see was Archie bankers chair. I had too go too dc once a week for my old job I’m good with not going there ever again


12 pointer
Sep 23, 2005
In The Tree Next To Ya
Went to DC about 20 years ago. Glad that I went an saw the sights. I would not go back now.
Same. Last time I was there was the early 90s. Got to see Arlington, the Smithsonian, Vietnam Wall, and the other big sites. It was great to see the sacrifices put forth by great men whom I could never be a fraction of, but sad to see what a shithole it's surrounded by.


12 pointer
Jul 13, 2003
Louisville, KY.
The Smithsonian is a great place to visit. You probably need a week to see it all. However whenever I was there (had to spend six weeks straight turning around one of the company's operations), you couldn't walk 10 feet down the street without a panhandler approaching you. Eating at an out door cafe, trying to hold an informal meeting...well, enjoy the disruptions.

A shame right before our own capitol. You'd think the Demonrats in Congress would be out there helping them and providing a meal for them...wonder why they weren't? In the mean time, driving by government subsidized apartments and viewing the Mercedes and Lexus cars parked in their lot--in the middle of the work day--was an interesting "tourist" sight too. Wonder how this could be?

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