Posted by: kornisking | May 2, 2013


The drug trafficking has gotten so bad in South Texas the ranchers are taking matters into their own hands.

I was talking to some locals today and one was carrying some heavy artillery on the front seat. When asked why he said he was going to the border area near Zapata Texas and that the owner of the ####  ranch had hired mercenaries to eradicate the traffickers.  I searched and found the ranch then called but the owner flatly denied the story, possibly being conspiracy to commit murder I can understand why he “knew nothing”.  I wanted to get some quotes from the persons involved but no such luck.  He did say there were traffickers.

I figure where theres smoke theres pot. They will have to save My Pulitzer for another day.

I stopped at a hardware store here and the manager was unpacking boxes of reloading powder and hulls by the tens of thousands in all the popular configurations.  Theres enough shit down here to redo the second world wo a couple times over. An amicable solution seems highly unlikely now seeing that jack-boots are all the rage now for un-manly footwear.


  1. Right at the time Barry and Peña Nieto are discussing fast and furious and how to better smuggle guns, drugs and humans better across the borders. Immigration is Barry’s legacy designation. He’s prepared to make the deal with the criminal hill gang.

    Perfect timing for the big event for Tuscon, Phoenix, LA or San Diego.

    Glad to see supples are getting to the Cartwrights Korn. Keep us posted on the winds of change in Tejas.

  2. Korn,

    You seem to live in an increasingly unsettled situation there. It in fact looks like a warzone at the border…keep the eyes in the back of yer head open dood.


  3. Private Roads.


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  5. Plane Carrying Mexican Officials Crashes, Killing 6 An airplane belonging to the attorney general’s office crashed on Tuesday in central Mexico, killing all six people on board, the authorities said. The dead included the crew, two federal agents and a prosecutor who were returning to Mexico City from Zacatecas State after helping with the arrest of people suspected of being members of the Zetas, one of the country’s most violent gangs. The cause of the crash is under investigation. The plane, a Beechcraft King Air 300 built in 1985, had unspecified mechanical trouble Monday night, forcing it to return to Zacatecas and delaying the return of the group, the attorney general’s office said in a statement.

  6. A National Air Cargo Boeing 747-400 freighter on behalf of US Mobility Command, registration N949CA performing cargo flight N8-102 from Bagram (Afghanistan) to Dubai Al Maktoum (United Arab Emirates) with 7 crew and cargo consisting of 5 military vehicles, has crashed shortly after takeoff from Bagram Air Base’s runway 03 at 15:30L (11:00Z) and erupted into flames near the end of the runway within the perimeter of the Air Base. All 7 crew are reported perished in the crash.

    • It appears the pilot feared enemy fire outside the base or for some other reason took that 747 straight up,not a good idea even without 4 trucks onboard. Goodnight sweet prince.

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