Now, this is interesting. I can definitely see the potential safety issues, but when the NYPD wounds 9 innocent bystanders in an attempt to shoot one man, the 20/20 vision crowd isn’t exactly setting the bar that high.
I’ve come to the conclusion that Samuel L. Jackson is the illuminati, how can one man be in so many damn movies? Considering this movie is set in the future it still feels like it was shot in antiquity. I don’t get a real sense of newness from the trailer, then again, I have a slight hangover right now so my senses are probably dulled a bit. The black suit is a nice little touch, even though it makes him look like a mechanical bastardization of Snake eyes.
Robbery super fail! The robber while smoking a cigarette tries to stick up a store clerk as he approaches the counter. The store clerk shielded the robber’s gun with his left hand while drawing his gun from his holster. A quick pistol to the chin changed the robbers plan quickly! Turns out Jon Lewis Alexander (store clerk) is a four-tour Iraq war veteran. We need to do an iCarry on him! Robbery Fail !!
It’s official, Moms Demand Action is the new PETA. Who thought this was a good idea? There were a lot of very high people involved in the making of this video. At this point they aren’t trying to communicate a message, they are trolling and trying to thumb their noses at the pro-gun crowd. Why? Why is this video necessary? It does nothing to incite any feeling of wanting to protect the kids, instead it just makes Moms Demand Action look like a bunch of over zealous gun haters. Let’s not forget they turned off the comment section on the video. Like I said before, this has nothing to do with protecting kids, it has everything to do with getting rid of the guns they don’t like.
I listen to a lot of audiobooks because I do a lot of driving between cities. In my most recent trip, which I am still on, but about to drive back from in about 20 min, I listened to Glock: The Rise of America’s Gun. I am three hours in and it’s an eight hour book.
I have euro style license plates on my car. I think they look better than the standard square style plates, call me crazy. However, I did come across these, “Come and Take It” license plates and I did like them, and I did think about putting them on my car.
OK, who blabbed? We weren’t supposed to let the gun muggles know that there’s actually a – *gulp* – black man who likes guns, actually owns a few (legally!) and works with the NRA. Can you imagine the narrative-shattering blowback if that kind of thing gets out?
Mental health is serious problem, but so is not having a firearm when you need one. For something that saves so many lives, it amazes me how anti gun folks go out of their way to vilify the gun. The gun isn’t the problem, it’s the people, wether due to mental health issues, evil, or desperation, people have the free will to kill, not the gun. The only time I have seen bullet or gun with independent thought or free will, was in Bowling for Columbine (The most objective documentary of all times).
Let’s be clear, I like the gun, I really do. I think Doug from ATEI does awesome work, but $6k? Do you know how many strip… I mean kids I can feed with $6k? If I was Doug/Chris Costa I would be really feeling myself right about now. Let’s also realize there are 12 bids! Man, I got to hand to ATEI and Chris Costa. You built it and they came, all over it.