Brownie Turtle

Bruce is still using a potato for a camera and still working on his video skilz. Today, Bruce, and his friends, Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle discuss Joseph Conrads book "Heart of Darkness" about the Vietnam War. The movie version has Han Solo, and Superman's Dad init. There is also a cool scene where helicopters destroy a village while playing "Flight of the Walkures" (German spelling as Bruce does not know the English spelling). Good book and movie. Read more books, hoard ammo, and build more guns, 'Merica!

We apologize for the use of a potato for a camera, and Bruce's video editing skilz, he is still learning. Bruce the Shark, and his friends Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby want to show off a book about Mount Vernon, Virginia. Gumby went there for work, and this is where George Washington, our countries first president and one of the Founding Father's, lived and died. This book shows the paintings, and collections of George Washington, and is an important part of 'Merica. Read more books, build more guns, and hoard ammo, as we are meant to be free! Real "Mericans will value freedom and self determination, and will not assimilate into communism, socialism, or any other Bernout type of Marxist government.

Bruce the Shark, and his friends, Gumby, and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle enjoy a John Carpenter movie called 'They Live' this movie, aliens brainwash people, making them consume and stay mentally asleep. One of Rusty's friends bought him a Rowdy Roddy Piper figurine based on this movie. Mass media has been used for a long time to brainwash people, and make you consume, while not paying attention to politicians taking away your rights. So, read more books, and build more guns, do not be one of those people that sleep through life, believing what you see on TeeVee. 'Merica!

Bad people in government always try to use control to keep the population unarmed, to make sure that their corruption goes unpunished. Our nation's Founding Father's wanted the population armed, even with cannons, so that they could always keep a corrupt government fearful of the people. The people allow politicians to represent them, they win turn work for "the people"......never let them forget that fact. What keeps the United States free is that the people have weapons, the most per capita in the world, and our country was founded on the people being able to destroy a corrupt government and to rebuild it as it was originally intended (if necessary). This book describes how gun control advocates continuously try to take away a few aspects of the Second Amendment, a little bit at a time. Much of this is done through: television, the Internet, video games, and other mass media keep younger generations from learning our own nations history. Read this and similar books to learn about the dangers of gun control, because TV rots your brain. 'Merica.....forever.

Bruce the Shark, and his friends, Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby read the book, "Looking at Indian Art of the Northwest Coast" by Hilary Stewart. This was a good book that showed pictures of Northwest Coastal native tribes, and their art work. Bruce got a little scared though, as the Northwest tribes revered the Orca, or "killer whale" which is actually a type of porpoise. They do not get along with sharks, often killing them when they are in the same waters. Then, there was mention of a Great Thunderbird that was described like a giant pterodactyl or something. Gumby said this could have been a reference to airplanes and flying craft, in pre-flood civilization. Either way, read more books, and learn about the past, because TV rots your brain. Mass media is also proliferated by those that wish to corrupt society, and destroy this version of civilization, one person at a time. We like, guns, fire, freedom, and native 'Merican art.

Bruce the Shark, and his friends, Gumby, and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle review a book that people going through legal naturalization, to be 'Merican's have to read, before they take their citizenship test. This book covers the U.S. Constitution, The Bill of Rights, and the Federalist Paper's. You see, the original constitution had to be shilled before it was signed, and many people thought it left out a few things, like what became the Bill of Rights. It is the Bill of Rights that tells the federal government what limits they have on impacting the individual freedoms of citizens. It does not give citizens rights, it tells uncle government what they are not allowed to mess with. The First Amendment cover's the freedom to peaceably assemble, protect's your ability to practice religion, to write and read books (read more books, because TV rots your brain), and to voice your opinion, provided you take responsibility for your actions. Then there is best Amendment, the Second one (Sharknado reference there for Bruce), the one that says we as citizen's can own guns, cannon's and other arms! Every 'Merican should know what these documents mean, as we are constantly being influenced by commies through the media. Remember, TV rots your brain. Your brain does not have a firewall, and TV makes you dumber, being influenced by those running the intelligence community. To learn more, read about Operation Mockingbird, and the Church Committee hearing in 1975. Reading books, non-commie books, makes you smarter. You should also seek to always learn more, be a lifelong learner, because TV, the Internet, and organized sports were created to keep the masses dumb, and compliant. 'Merica, with books, learning , and guns, fire, and freedom!

Bruce the Shark, and his friends Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle review a book called Edible Incredible, that describes many odd foods that people eat. This includes lots of things like clams, shellfish, and other marine wildlife. Bruce wants to promote the statement that "fish are friends not food" as shark fin soup is causing a lot of sharks to become endangered, and sea turtles are also protected from people eating them and killing them for their shells. This book shows that humans eat some weird stuff, and Gumby shows a can of Luncheon Loaf, a cheap Spam like food. Since this is 'Merica, you should also read more books, because TV rots your brain. And, learn about new things through books and reading, which helps you think.

Bruce the Shark was talking with his friends Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle, both veterans of the war in Afghanistan, about the withdrawal from that dump of a country. They had twenty years to create a stable country, but always thought of themselves as tribes and sects, with grift at every turn (including corporations here in 'Merica). Rusty and Gumby have little remorse for those stuck there, as they had plenty of warning and understood what was going to happen. Rusty thought they should take an aircraft carrier over and bring in the few good people, same with Iraq, as his former terp from Iraq is now a radio guy in a special operations unit and doing well. Gumby said the CIA should stop training, equipping, and funding the worlds terrorists and go after the real threat, those with dual citizenship here in 'Merica. Either way, you should read more books, because TV rots your brain.

Bruce the Shark, and his friends Gumby, and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle read the book "Fish Tales" but it was not what they were expecting. They expected a book about fish, but found this book to be about office workers and motivational stories about working in a cubicle farm. This is a lot like that movie "Office Space" and you humans do not deserve to be stuck in cubicles your entire life. However, it might still be better than watching TV or playing videos games, as these activities rot your brain. Read more books and do more things in the real world. 'Merica!

Sorry for the upside down video, Bruce is still trying to figure out technology. Bruce the Shark describes how his friend Gumby, who works for a defense contractor, has been told that he has to get several covid clot shots or lose his job. Gumby is not even human and is made of clay, or possibly C-4 explosives. Humans were made from clay too, way back when in biblical times. Gumby is being advised by Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle that he should quit, forcing his employer to lose another great mind, and employee. They look over the book "Love'em or Lose'em, Getting Good People to Stay" a book that talks about how employers can keep good employees around. This is more important than ever in 2021, with lots of qualified people leaving work over the clot shots. In many cases, these were peple being lauded as "hero's" six months or so ago, that are now getting kicked to the curb if they do not get flue shots, I mean covid shots. You humans always miss the point, and do not hold elected officials accountable when it is necessary. Elections have consequences. The Shark family knows about getting shots, as researchers have often poked and prodded them for cancer cures, or stuck them after seeing shark related horror movies. You humans should read more books, to include those about history, because you are going to repeat some of the worst parts of it soon. 'Merica, with: guns, fire, and freedom.

Bruce the Shark tried to understand some of the technical articles in 2600 Magazine, recommended by his friend and engineer friend, Gumby. Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle just liked how it had Pacman eating Ghosts on the cover. Well, as you can see Bruce does not understand computers, video editing, or the Internet. So, he recommends things that do not require the Internet: books, guns, ammo, and fire. He says we should read books because we are allowed to have them, Gumby is working on this young Shark, reminding him that we do not need permission to have and read books. Many people do not understand that censorship is a bad thing, but you should read more books, because TV rots your brain. Be sure to read technical books and learn as much as possible, because some day you may need to know it. 'Merica!

Bruce the Shark, and his friends Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle read the book about Time Travel. But, they found out that it was really just a cool history book. Topics include how to survive the plague, which some people might think is relevant in the current time. Other snippets include how to operate a guillotine, which might also come in handy in the near future. Lot's of cool historical stuff in this book, and books are a lot better than TV. Because TV rots your brain. This book does have some drawings though, for you people that are still working their way off comic books. Gumby says we are all traveling through time, very slowly and always into the future, which becomes the present, and later the past. Gumby is pretty smart. 'Merica!

Bruce the Shark, and his friends, Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby read the book called "The Orange Frog." This book is about how to be happy and content with living in a cubicle farm office environment, using the analogy of green and orange frogs, being hunted by evil herons. The point of the book seems to be motivational, with employees becoming more happy and content, showing growth during adverse times. While the book was pretty lame, it did cause Bruce to mess with some video settings, and in the process he turned Gumby, who is usually green, to look orange, just like the frogs in the book. Another cool thing in this book was the Pepe looking frogs in the illustrations.Rusty thought the frogs looked like they were wearing combat helmets, but on second glance, they are probably supposed to be construction hard hats. Read more books, because TV rots your brain. 'Merica, with: guns, fire, and freedom.

Bruce the Shark, and his friends, Gumby, and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle have been reading books about terrorists. With the mess of Afghanistan, we are trying to keep Rusty engaged as he wants to nuke the Middle East and Southwest Asia, (maybe some elected parasites), but specifically Saudi Arabia. Closer to home, we read "The Third Terrorist" about the Middle East connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing, by Jayna Davis. Just like many other attacks on domestic soil, there is evidence that federal agencies may have been involved, complicit, or negligent. Either way, read more books, because TV rots your brain, and some day, books may be banned in 'Merica, as Socialist/Communist/Fascist people are becoming emboldened. Don't retreat to the seas, as us marine wildlife are armed to the teeth, thanks to all the wars on the open seas. For our human 'Merican friends in the World Police, hoard more: guns, ammo and books.

Bruce the Shark, and his friends, Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle read a book written by some Governator Fluoride guy that used to be in Navy Special Warfare. Rusty said he thought he may have saw him getting molested by dolphins on one mission, but that may have been that Munster Heinz guy instead. Anyway, this guy was in some alien carnivore movie where it was hunting governors and special forces dudes. In this book, the author discusses American conspiracies, like when Nestle confiscated a towns entire water supply, bottled it up and sold it at big box stores. He also investigates time travel, when George Bush Sr. offed JFK, and how Navy guys suck at shooting Carcano rifles. Rusty says they should just leave that to former Marines, they tend to hit what they are shooting at. Gumby prefers explosives, mostly C-4 himself. Interesting book, and reading books is better than watching TV, as TV rots your brain. This guy should write another book on mass hysteria, government over reach and fake news and pandemics, we would buy at least three copies, if he autographed them for us. 'Merica, with guns, books, freedom, and special warfare/operations/forces people.

Hello 'Merica. Bruce the Shark, and his friends Gumby, and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle read the book by Jay Ansom, called The Amityville Horror. Bruce thought this was the town where his great grandpa was accused of eating a bunch of people, but this was about a little girl that was demon possessed. This is why you need "God's armor" and guns. To send the demons back to Hell. They should have burned that house down with fire too. Instead, Gumby says they made a bunch of movies about it, including re-makes. When you are fighting demons, you may need more than guns, and it is better to not even tempt them. Do not play with those Ouija boards, and pray to Satan like those snackbar people. This is 'Merica, where we do not get involved with Satanic trash, and you should read more books, because TV rots your brain.

Sorry for the shaky cam, Bruce the Shark is in a bit of a fireworks frenzy, Tomorrow is the 4th of July, and what that means to 'Mericans, is that we told the British to get off our lawn, and out of our country. Bruce, and his friends, Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby are going to celebrate by letting off fireworks and shooting guns in celebration. But, be careful of fire hazards, and where your bullets may land, be safe with fireworks and guns. And if you are little, leave them to an adult. Gumby has been monitoring the fire radio channels to make sure they do not set a fire by accident. Happy Birthday USA!

Bruce the Shark talks about a book that Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby have been reading about conspiracy theories. It is only a conspiracy theory until proven to be true, yet those that believe the media often ridicule those that understand before the masses are allowed to know the truth, if ever made public. Lot's of subjects are considered conspiracy theories, much like the whole Covid cough that came from China. Know that our own government sent money to China to study corona viruses. Read the book by Bill Gertz called "Betrayal" to find out what else was sold off to China and farmed out to foreign lands. One day, it may be illegal to own paper books, as they can't be changed after the fact, like websites, and digital media. Don't let Commies dumb you down, and read books like this Elvis lives on a UFO one....'Merica! With: guns, fire, freedom, and books.

Bruce the Shark, and his friends, Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle read the book "The Comet is Coming! This book was about Halley's Comet, one of the rare comets that comes around the Earth about every 75 years and is usually visible with your eyes, binoculars, and telescopes. All of us plan to be around to see Halley's Comet when it comes back in 2062-2063. Sharks, turtles, and Gumby's live a long time. However, comets were once thought to be bad omen's, and people thought they were a warning about the end of the world. Just in case, Gumby and Rusty have their problem solvers, and read lots of books, because TV rots your brain. 'Merica!

Bruce the Shark, and hist friends, Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby, discuss man-made UFO's. Rusty is mad at his Navy brethren that are either too dumb, or are following orders on their reporting of UFO's that are either metal balloons, or the infra-red exhaust signatures of jet aircraft being recorded at a distance. There are no alien's, but there are lots of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO's), which include a lot of secret hardware, with many of them now hanging from the ceiling of flight museums. Gumby recommends that you go to your local flight museum and see what you can find, as you may find many items that were once reported as UFO's. This includes the B-2 bomber, F-117 stealth fighter, the Darkstar drone, and the Boeing Bird of Prey. These are all old, and for those that failed third grade science class, anything in the air may look like "magic" or UFO's. Rusty also mentioned how he used to call air strikes over the UHF Follow-On (UFO) satellite constellation, which is now being used by pirates to communicate around the world. Read more books, and this book may need to be updated, as it mostly deals with that von Brown Nazi Paperclip guy that got 'Merica to the Moon when hippie's ruled the Earth. There is a lot of cool stuff flying around up there, but it is not alien, those are called demons, and you can shoot them or banish them back to hell. Because, this is 'Merica, and we like our guns, fire, and secret space technology. (Gumby is flexing on us with his cool titanium knife, as titanium used to be very hard to come by, and the SR-71 and AA-12 were made with Russian titanium.)

Bruce the Shark, describes how his friend Gumby, and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle have been reading "The Physics of Star Trek" which has some science fiction as well as science fact within its pages. Bruce encourages you to read more books, as TV rots your brain. Even though this book takes place a long time ago in a galaxy far far away, even science fiction can help you learn about current science and what the future may hold if you strive for excellence over mediocrity. While society crumbles, some of us will learn to carry on, so read more books and develop your brain. Some day, we may really have plasma shields and quantum torpedoes. 'Merica, with guns, fire, and freedom.

Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle, and his friend Gumby were discussing their time in the military, and how they would read the CIA World Factbook to learn statistics about countries they were going to visit. Rusty was in the Navy, as he is a sea turtle and can diver really deep, and he specialized in underwater warfare, while Gumby was in the Army Special Forces, as he is green and possibly made of C-4. They told Bruce the Shark that some countries no longer exist, such as Yugoslavia, which was carved into several countries. This was the whole Bosian-Kosovo conflict of the mid 1990's. Each year, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) releases a book/report on the countries of the world. This described population, demographics, industry and economy and other information for all of the countries of the world. Our tax money at work. So, read more books, because TV rots your brain. 'Merica! With: guns, fire, and freedom.

Bruce the Shark, and his friends Sensei Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle are learning more about martial arts. Martial arts are a family issue in the Turtle family, and Bruce says that people need to watch less TV, since it rots your brain. Getting off your butt and doing martial arts gives you confidence, strengthens your body, and gives you the ability to know how to defend yourself. They were watching that show Cobra Cow or something, and decided to get Sensei Gumby to show them how to use the Okinawan weapon known as the Sai. This is also used by one of Rusty's Ninja Turtle family, and made him rise to being a movie star. Learn how to defend and go on the offense when needed......including how to use weapons, like guns, it may save your life someday. 'Merica, with guns, fire, freedom, and martial arts.

Bruce the Shark, and his friends Gumby, and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle where discussing games recently. Gumby likes Mastermind, but Rusty prefers Stratego. Stratego is a battlefield strategy game that includes mines, foot soldiers and spies. It is a capture the flag type of board games that helps your brain, developing critical thinking skills, much like reading books. So, read more books, and play board games that make you think, because TV rots your brain. Besides this is a military type game, and this is 'Merica, with guns, fire, and freedom!

Bruce the Shark, and his friends Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby, would like to introduce you to Gumby's favorite game when growing up. Mastermind, a game where one person sets pins of different colors, for the other player to guess through deductive reasoning. Since TV rots your brain, Bruce and his friends recommend that you play games like this that help your memory. Use your brain, or risk losing it. Just as Brownie Turtle has said, read more books, because TV rots your brain. It may also make you a mindless drone,. Why play a video game where you build a home, when you can live in the real world and build a life? Get out and do something, instead of watching others living their lives. 'Merica! With guns, fire, and freedom.


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Channel for a stuffed animal sea turtle named Brownie. He likes: guns, fire, explosions, and America.
Misc. videos of him and his friends.