October 22, 2017

Vegas Blow Back: The Stupids Who Are Stupid About Stupid Stuff

Evidently acting as though you have lots of questions, while intimating a need for “more legislation” is a person’s way of pretending to not be eager to further destroy the Second Amendment and place themselves on a plane of being rational, lacking in “knee-jerk” reactions over, yet another, perhaps staged “disaster” involving guns.

Jim Shepherd writes in Outdoor Wire, that there are a lot of “questions” surrounding the events in Las Vegas. There are always a lot of questions that never go answered and that is the purpose of the event. Keep the masses petrified and they will do anything.

As is the usual, because guns were used to kill, guns are blamed and demand is made by stupids to ban guns, even if they know or have proof “gun control” doesn’t work. Times like this is what politicians love. They can show to their constituency how much they want to tell and act just as the brainwashed masses want, while doing what they do best by creating more stupid laws that only prove how stupid you are and how stupid anyone is who follows along.

Hidden within the discussion linked to above, is the topic of mental illness. WHAT A CAN OF WORMS!! The author seems to indicate that the failure of politicians to effectively address mental illness and guns might be the root of the problem. Consider the stupid (mentally ill), corrupt politicians deciding what is mental illness….at least the kind that would disqualify you from owning or using a gun – and that, in the minds of stupid people, would stop mentally ill people (anyone who would kill is mentally ill…period!) from picking up a gun, baseball bat, knife, car, etc. and killing somebody – and there is never a call to ban those other “weapons.”

Mental illness is a doctor giving anybody who wants them, chemicals, in the form of pills, to stop what “ails them.” Stupid people don’t know which came first – mental illness or chemical influences. Obviously the majority, along with the medical establishment, exist with the idea that chemicals can cure anything and refuse to honestly think chemicals alter the state of every person who chooses or is forced to take them (Yes, even aspirin).

But let’s not go there. We love our drugs and to go along with it, we want anyone who is “mentally ill” to not have a gun, because…..somebody said that would be a good idea. If only we could get those “mentally ill” people on more drugs. More, more, more……

An honest assessment should reveal, but doesn’t, to any honest person that the world has gone mad. Even those, who on the surface appear “sane,” have gone mad. We just are incapable of seeing the insanity we are mired in and thus nobody thinks of themselves as insane. We meet, we greet, we go about our daily thinking those we meet are normal. Until, we get into the nitty-gritty of their real constitution.

Whether one wants to accept the fact that our own government, more precisely those that control our government, orchestrates these “disasters” for political gain and ultimate control over the minds of people, more guns or less guns, more drugs or less drugs, more labeling of mental illness or less label, nothing will change.

There is but one answer and because so few seek the Truth, the only other alternative is what we see.

Run scared! Give Government what they want! You love your servitude and government control. You are insanely stupid and can’t tell the difference. Stupidity is blindly following the stupid people who create the stupid problems. Your faith and trust is in man. A big mistake.

That is the true definition of INSANITY!

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NFR to Remain in Las Vegas, RMEF’s Hunter Christmas its Newest Highlight

MISSOULA, Mont.–The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation applauds the unanimous decision by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Board of Directors and the Las Vegas Events Board of Trustees to keep the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas through 2024.

“We are pleased both sides came to an agreement that will benefit all parties involved,” said David Allen, RMEF president and CEO. “For nearly 30 years the fans of rodeo and western lifestyle called Las Vegas home during the NFR. This decision is great news for RMEF as well given our plans moving forward”.

RMEF recently announced the all-new Hunter Christmas Exposition, presented by Cabela’s, will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center December 4-7, 2014, in conjunction with the first four days of the NFR. The Expo will be located alongside the established and popular Cowboy Christmas and Cowboy FanFest Shows. Hunter Christmas will be in the Central Halls while the Cowboy Christmas and Cowboy FanFest will be in the adjacent North Halls of LVCC.

“Hunting and fishing rank among the highest activities enjoyed by this fan base, but there are currently no hunting or outdoor shows in Vegas during the NFR,” said Steve Decker, RMEF vice president of Marketing. “We feel Hunter Christmas fills a much-needed niche for these fans.”

Hunter Christmas, presented by Cabela’s, will feature other outdoor industry leaders such as Browning, Buck Knives, Leupold, Nosler, Remington, Federal Premium and many others. It will bring the best in firearms, optics, outfitters, archery, and hunting apparel, and all things hunting and outdoors to tens of thousands of outdoor enthusiasts. Additionally, Hunter Christmas will feature a full archery range conducted by PSE, the NASCAR Experience from Nationwide Insurance, the Gun Genie from Gallery of Guns allowing firearm purchases from the show floor, special television coverage by RFD-TV and seminars from top hunting pros.

RMEF will also hold its annual convention, Elk Camp, on the same dates of December 4-7, 2014, in Las Vegas at The Mirage.

“The combination of Elk Camp, Hunter Christmas and the NFR all in the same place over the same time period gives our members a unique way to celebrate the RMEF, elk and the fact that Hunting is Conservation,” added Allen.

The Wrangler NFR, known as the richest and most prestigious rodeo in the world, has sold out 270 consecutive performances and attracts the top 15 contestants in bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, barrel racing and bull riding. Qualification is based on the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association World Standings. In 2013, the event had a total attendance of 176,558 over the ten days of competition in Las Vegas, resulting in a non-gaming economic impact of $87.9 million for the destination.

Approximately 50 percent of the 560 booths available for Hunter Christmas, presented by Cabela’s, are already sold. For more information, call 800-CALL-ELK.

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RMEF’s Hunter Christmas Exposition Coming to Las Vegas in 2014

MISSOULA, Mont.–The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is proud to announce the all-new Hunter Christmas Exposition, presented by Cabela’s, coming to the Las Vegas Convention Center on Dec. 4-7, 2014.

“We are extremely excited to bring the Hunter Christmas Expo to Las Vegas during the first four days of the National Finals Rodeo in 2014,” said Steve Decker, RMEF vice president of Marketing. “Judging by the reaction so far, others are excited as well. This news release marks the first public announcement of the show and we are nearly halfway sold through our 560-plus available booth spaces.”

The National Finals Rodeo represents one of the largest gatherings of Western lifestyle enthusiasts in the United States. In 2012, Cowboy Christmas and Cowboy FanFest welcomed more than 186,000 attendees over the 10-day event and so far this year they are on pace to exceed last year’s numbers. Las Vegas Events reports the number of visitors in Las Vegas during what many refer to as the ‘Super Bowl of rodeos’ is actually 2-3 times that number because of all the watch parties and NFR-related activities outside the arena.

“Hunting and fishing rank among the highest activities enjoyed by this fan base, but there are currently no hunting or outdoor shows in Vegas during the NFR,” said Decker. “We feel Hunter Christmas fills a much-needed niche for these fans.”

The Hunter Christmas Exposition will take place alongside the established Cowboy Christmas and Cowboy FanFest Shows at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Hunter Christmas will be in the Central Halls while the Cowboy Christmas and Cowboy FanFest will be in the adjacent North Halls of LVCC.

Hunter Christmas will be presented by Cabela’s and feature industry leaders like Browning, Buck Knives, Leupold, Nosler, Remington, Federal Premium and many others. It will bring the best in firearms, optics, outfitters, archery, and hunting apparel, and all things hunting and outdoors to tens of thousands of outdoor enthusiasts. Additionally, Hunter Christmas will feature a full archery range conducted by PSE, the NASCAR Experience from Nationwide Insurance, the Gun Genie from Gallery of Guns allowing firearm purchases from the show floor, special television coverage by RFD-TV and seminars from top hunting pros.

“Las Vegas Events is proud of the partnership that we have created with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation,” said Pat Christenson, president of Las Vegas Events. “They have been one of the core components of Cowboy FanFest since its inception in 2012. Offering new and exciting elements for rodeo fans each year is a goal for both of our organizations, and we look forward to working with RMEF in the future.”

RMEF is also moving its annual convention, Elk Camp, to the same dates of Dec. 4-7, 2014, also in Las Vegas at The Mirage.

“We feel this will bring a new level of energy and excitement to Elk Camp allowing us to do things unlike we have ever done them before at our annual event,” added Decker.

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