I wrote another one:

Robert did a full 360 degree threat scan and checked all mirrors before assessing it as safe, then clicked on his left turn signal to change lanes. Salt Lake City tended to straddle the thin wolf-grey colored line between order and chaos as most large cities do… a non-permissive wolf-eat-sheep environment thought Robert. They were all mutton and they didn’t even know it. When his transition into the far left lane completed, the traffic light unexpectedly changed from amber to red. He forcibly hit the brakes, slowing the massive Tacoma’s roll; barely stopping before the rear bumper of the Chevrolet Volt in front of him. The little hairs on the back of Robert’s neck began to stand up… he was too close. Too close to the Volt to perform a standard evasive maneuver if need be. The curb to the left was obviously not an issue for the incredibly high factory lift on the Tacoma… the issue was the Ford Raptor behind him left him no room to back up, and knew he didn’t have the turning radius to pop out. Damn. Robert knew this was a rookie mistake. He needed a plan of action, and he needed one quick. This Costco run (or OPERATION KIRKLAND as he preferred to call it) was the primary sustenance target on the list of objectives his wife had given him. Too easy, Robert thought as he chuckled under his breath. If need be he would perform what he liked to call “the shepherd’s hook”; an evasive maneuver where he would slam the beastly 3.5 liter V6 into reverse smashing into the Ford Raptor behind him, pushing it back several feet. He would then shift into drive, crank his steering wheel all the way to the left and use every ounce of that 278 HP to rocket over the curb fishtailing a U-turn to expediently Golf Tango Foxtrot Oscar (GTFO). His heart pounded as he kept checking on the status of the traffic light… situational awareness at peak while continuing to scan his environment. A homeless man who was begging for money on the median further back was advancing to his position rapidly. Instinctively Robert’s hand went for the Springfield XD gripzone area protruding from his IWB Nylon holster, as he kept watch in the left side mirror. “Easyyyyy.. easy….” Robert said aloud, partially as reaffirmation to himself to keep his cool, and partially hoping that it would telekinetically cause the homeless man to slow his roll. Glancing back and forth between the advancing homeless man in the side mirror and the traffic light, Robert’s heart pounded even faster. He tightened his grip on the aptly named zone, readying himself for action. Suddenly a savior.. the glowing left pointing green arrow of hope appeared. The Chevy Volt quickly made its way through the intersection, with Robert rolling at a safe distance behind. He laughed morbidly that he would live to die another day, as he made a sharp right into FOB COSTCO. 📷: @mottleycrew65 @maisonhorne

I put it up on instagram last week, and people really liked it.

I’m going to be looking more into publishing these into a book format.  Seems like people are liking them more than I ever expected.  I have a great time writing them; thank you to those of you who take the time to read!  I know they are a bit longer than my usual posts.

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Grab SKS, grab beer, go inna woods, open beer with SKS:

Taofledermaus is what the game made him, not what the fame made him.  Ideas like this will keep blasting his subscriber count up and up.

Costco-Kirkland-Rile-Ammo-Bulk-PackAll they need are Kirkland jeans, polos, and leather sandals.  3 dudes in matching Kirkland fits?  More like Twerkland right?  Looking like a boss though, in head-to-toe Costco (LOL those lines killed me on S04E03 of Workaholics)



Yea this happened:

You can check it out – HERE

Extra points for calling it a “Modern repeating rifle”, not the default “Assault rifle” we are used to seeing.

I’m still waiting for Costco to bring in a Kirkland branded AR-15 for the Kirkland ammunition.


After my statement “I feel like we are just one hurdle away form being able to pick up 100,000 round crates of Kirkland 5.56mm at 1990’s equivalent prices” in a previous costco related post, comes this:

$0.15 / round!

That was just sent to me by Michael Bakowski, one of my readers (and a Costco employee?).   Sadly it’s not real… YET. One can dream.

Thanks again Michael!


Gun safes, SHTF food, and now this.

I feel like we are just one hurdle away from being able to pick up 100,000 round crates of Kirkland 5.56mm at 1990’s equivalent prices.

Check the Shotlock out at Costco – HERE

If you want one, it seems like a decent deal at $130 considering it’s $170 on ShotLock’s own website.


You can read what’s included at the Costco site – HERE

Knowing how good most of the food tastes from Costco, I say this would probably be better than MREs if you are in the market for purchasing a SHTF type food cache. The price looks reasonable too.

It’s pretty amazing that a person could actually stay alive on $800 worth of food for a whole year.  I’m almost embarrassed to think how much $ worth of food I eat in just one month.

I’d like to see Costco have a Part II to this kit, that came with a few different types of rifles + assorted magazines + and ammunition.