To be or not to be.....not to be...
- It's Photoshop Phriday.
Board games are all over the place.
- It's also Friday the 13th.
I'm more afraid of the name of the phobia. Paraskevidekatriaphobia.
- Mike Vick goes to Washington.
Mmmmm, tits. Oh, yeah. Tits are my friend.
Yes, yes they are.
- Spending time together can ruin your marriage.
Everyone needs alone time to master their domain.
- Those weren't pork buns.
Sometimes you need to ask what is in your Chinese food.
- I AM LEGEND!
It will be interesting to see what sort of treatment the story gets this time.
- Taser XREP 12ga round.
Introducing the TASER XREP – the eXtended Range Electronic Projectile. XREP is a self-contained, wireless projectile that fires from a standard 12-gauge shotgun. It delivers the same Neuro-Muscular Incapacitation (NMI) bio-effect as our handheld TASER X26, but can be delivered to a distance of up to 100 feet, combining blunt impact with field proven TASER NMI.
The core technology that made the XREP possible is the XREP engine. A stunning engineering achievement, the XREP Engine provides the same bio-effect as our field proven X26, but from an electronics package that weighs only 2.4 grams and consumes less than one tenth of a cubic inch. In order to achieve a wireless projectile, the battery is fully integrated into the chassis and autonomously provides the power to drive the XREP engine for its full 20-second cycle.
But does it stop zombies?
- AK47 = Weapon of Mass Destruction?
Authorities do not yet know what caused the rifle to discharge once. No other bullet was fired.
99% of the time, it is the finger inside the trigger guard. Sheez.
"It's considered a weapon of mass destruction," Campbell said. "It's known to go through a few walls."
Better hide my sledge hammer then, cause I can chuck that through a few walls as well.
- N.J. senator proposes toy gun ban
"We need to stress to our children that guns are not toys, but deadly weapons which should always be regarded with extreme caution and handled with respect," Scutari said. "Restricting access to imitation firearms will help to drive that point home."
No, it teaches them that nanny-staters hate Airsoft.
"It misses the mark because it demonizes toys instead of criminal behavior," said Scott Bach, president of the New Jersey Association of Rifle and Pistol Clubs, which is the National Rifle Association's New Jersey organization.
Scutari said the bill would help police and school officials figure out whether a firearm is either fake or real, but Bach said it would intrude upon retailers and parents.
Oh sure, let me go paint an orange stripe on the end of my Beretta 96F. Then, let me put some gloss black over the orange of a toy Beretta. Can you tell the difference?
This does nothing for safety. All this does is prevent state liability, because no one enforces personal liablity anymore. It is always the state's fault.