An Alabama Democrat, who said Republicans are all racist, says he’d pay $100,000 cash to anyone who could show “a whole bunch of whites” have adopted black children in Alabama. Then, the “whites” showed up.
* Except it’s probably a public road.
The media notices. That’s just the first step.
End the drug war and release the prisoners of war.
To speed up processing of NFA stuff. I say eliminate the NFA branch and do NICS.
A Heizer Defense pistol chambered in 5.56. I see no reason to buy this.
Because they can be carved into a gun shape. For the children.
They don’t like the Kool-Aid.
The agency decided to halt the use of the new handguns after a couple of the weapons experienced slight movement of less than 10 microns after repeated firing of about 3,000 rounds, Vinger said. A micron is one-millionth of a meter. Movement in a gun could affect accuracy. There were also bullet “feeding and ejection” issues. None of the performance issues resulted in any injuries. And so far, DPS has not been able to replicate these issues in subsequent testing, Vinger said.
I have no idea what that means. Slight movement of what? And I’m guessing ammo or training issues.
I’ve stopped keeping up with their failure after failure because it was always the same story. As Robb points out, it’s genuinely hard to tell parody from real anti-gun people.
The challenge to NJ “may issue” carry, which means “will not unless you’re connected”.
ATF brings NFA processing into the 1990s. Why the process is more than a NICS check done while you wait, I don’t know.
An ignorant Senator from MA has introduced a bill to ban the sale of handguns that aren’t “personalized”. Trying to go for the old smart gun thing. This technology doesn’t exist in a reliable fashion.
I saw a deal on light sabers. Then realized they were toys.
So simple kids get it
Couple of weekends ago, our neighborhood had a garage sale. We set out to rid our home of various useless crap. Being neighborhood wide, we had hundreds of people come through. Junior gets the brilliant idea that, since these shoppers are in the hood for a long time, some of them must be thirsty and they’ll buy lemonade. She makes up a pitcher and sells out quick at a $1 a pop. On her second pitcher, I introduce some reality:
Me: So, for every lemonade you sell, you know I get fifty cents, right?
Me: Well, you’re using my water, my lemonade, my cups, my sugar, my table, my chair and you’re on my driveway.
Junior: But I’m doing the work!
Me: With my stuff.
Wife: Oh stop it.
Me: I’m just trying to teach her something.
Me: And you’ve got to pay taxes. I’d figure if you’re selling it for an even dollar 8 cents or so should cover sales tax. Then F&E taxes. And income taxes. Plus you probably need a permit and an inspection to make sure there are no cooties in your lemonade. And you’ll probably have to buy some sort of approved device for maintaining the lemonade at a safe temperature.
Junior: It’s called ICE.
Me: Yeah, but it melts.
Junior: That’s stupid. I’m keeping the money.
Me: Good girl! But you’re still paying me.
Junior: *evil stare*
Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.
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