|Oscar Wildcat - 2014-07-06 |
4:00 is pure gold. Say, who's that fellow nailed to the funny tree up there? Imagine if the Romans allowed him to carry; none of that shit would have happened, brother. He prolly wants you to revenge his killing tho, so hop to it!
|Kieran27 - 2014-07-06 |
This may not be the best video to ask this question, but whenever I see a story like this I do wonder: How keen are gun owners who want to bring guns to everywhere (church, restaurants, bars, etc.) about body armour? It would seem to be more keeping in the spirit of the whole 'turn the other cheek' message to wear body armour rather than carry a gun if you're that concerned about safety.
I know no body armour covers the entire body and is more bullet resistant than bullet proof, but it is not like any gun turns you into a master marksman. Or can't jam under the right circumstances.
that wouldnt enable their hero fantasies where they sit in a restaurant with their gun thinking 'i am the only one here ready for the inevitable anarchy and i will save all of these weaklings who will then all tell me how brave and strong and handsome i am'
"I know no body armour covers the entire body"
Excuse me, but if you have a moment, perhaps I could talk to you about a body armour that does...
Cops really really really really don't like it when common ape has body armor. The idea of the public getting it en masse has always been unanimously resisted by law enforcement, and for good reason. You can't argue that you use body armor for recreation unless it's made of cow horns, beer tabs, and comes with a foam sword.
Otherwise, we'd all have a set of the coolest armor ever.
I'd so wear that to church.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-07-10 |
Yep, I'm not going to Georgia again. The only times I did were out of necessity anyway, but I'd much rather drive the extra hundred or so miles to bypass their shitty state.
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