Via someone on Facebook:
I love sick humor.
This is good advice anytime you go to the range and especially when you are shooting on the property of others. Clean up your mess so you can come back next time.
Tam discusses the psychology of virtue signaling and how it is used to accumulate social capital in your tribe. She then makes what must be the largest possible deposit in her social capital bank account with this:
How about we give nuclear weapons to the unborn?
Nicely done. That was incredible!
More lightness after all the darkness.
Via email from Rolf who found it here:
Harsh. But fair.
Via Drishti @Drishti
I probably laughed longer and louder than I should have.
A couple of my friends have asked if you could move the event closer to the US-Canada border, so that we could shoot across the border rather than having to cross it ourselves.
March 20, 2020
I think that’s a really cool idea! It might even be an act of war or something. How much fun would that be?
But, it’s not really practical because the production and storage facilities are not mobile. And finding a suitable location might be tough. Washington State is out because of the onerous laws. Idaho doesn’t have a very long border with Canada. This would make it less likely to have a place I could rent on both sides of the border. Montana might have a place, but I don’t know their explosives laws.
But, if I had the time those are all solvable problems. Unless it really is considered an act of war.—Joe]
Boomershooters will get it.
If you don’t, you might want to figure it out.
Chris: We thought we bought a stool. We’ve been sold one leg of a stool. Now they are trying to sell us the other two legs of a stool and I think I’ve got a stick up my ass. What do you think?
Devin: I think I would rather not sit down.
This looks like it should be a good product:
It’s definitely a good ad.
San Francisco recently passed Proposition H, which bans the ownership of guns in homes and businesses.
I for one am comforted by the fact that San Francisco has taken this safety measure. Now when some big dude meets you along a dark street, you’ll know that it’s not a gun in his pocket. The downside of course is that he’s really happy to see you.
Right Wing Duck
November 11, 2019
IMAO Time Machine: Proposition H – A fun look at gun control
[Note the phrase “Time Machine” in the title. Proposition H was passed 14 years ago on November 8, 2005.
While this quote has a high humor value it has a lot of truth in it.—Joe]
Via Chris Loesch:
Don’t worry. It’s only CGI. The real thing is still classified as Top Secret and won’t be released for field work until Beto is elected President.
In reference to this.
Amusing even though I doubt Beta boy has this much awareness of, well, anything:
Yesterday I saw this sign on a door:
I was struck by all the ambiguity. How many different plausible interpretations are there? Here is my first cut at the set:
I’d be ok with Beto trying to take guns if he promises to do it personally.
I see two ways this working out:
Regardless, it’s pretty funny to think about.—Joe]
Apparently @TheBabylonBee is now hard news. I wish them the best in this new phase.
Insane Guy Shouting He’ll Buy Back Your Stuff With Your Own Money Becomes Popular Democratic Candidate https://t.co/RDWqCvKcBa
— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) September 14, 2019
It is, of course, a reference to Beto saying that as POTUS, if given the chance, he would demand a “mandatory buyback” of all privately owned AR-15s.
I agree with Knox. The Babylon Bee has been a great satire site and I will miss the humor. But if the skill they have demonstrated continues in their new endeavors they will do well and I also wish them the best.
At a recent shooting match I asked a few people what they would do if Beto got his way. The near universal response was a laugh and them saying something similar to, “What AR-15s? I don’t have any AR-15s.” Also mentioned was something to the effect of a “Tragic boating accident.”—Joe]