As commenter Chrissaid with great snark:
- I’m guessing that “Humanities” can “tell you why this might be a bad idea” because they are so intimately familiar with bad ideas, and their creation?
Drudge Report claims reference CBS-Detroit saying, “Zombie Bullets In High Demand Following Flesh-Eating Attacks” – ZOMG!!
So my question is, is Detroit particularly susceptible for some reason? Like because it’s a Zombie City or Ghost Town?
I know a lot of bloggers/CCW holders are on the fence or quite IXNAY about the Zombie Ammo 1.) since the box has a disclaimer, and 2.) “Every Bullet has a Lawyer Attached.”
Perhaps the disclaimer is for Zombie Lawyers like Gloria Allred who has decided to insert her slimy and viscous presence, python-like, into the proceedings?
As a Zombie-snake? Must be something about Florida and snakes and Haiti nearby – and Canada to the north…
NRA: A Social enterprise? Definition: A nonprofit venture that combines the passion of a social mission with the discipline, innovation, and determination commonly associated with for-profit businesses. Suitability: NRA was established “to fund firearms, hunting safety and educational projects of benefit to the general public”.
NRA (love ‘em or hate ‘em), boasts membership of 4.3 million loyal fans and advocates. Their 2012 Annual General Meeting had 73,740 attendees, whereas the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett (Berkshire Hathaway) had 40,000 attendees!
Should the NRA have an IPO? It’s not like they are just an on-line replication of another limited-value industry, churning the nostalgia of memory and regrets: the High School Yearbook…
In 1990 The NRA Foundation was established – obviously to capitalize on the immense membership draw the NRA has, currently at 4,300,000 registered members. At $35/year, or $1,000 “lifetime” membership, it is easy to see how the NRA boasts revenue last year of over $237,500,000.
Makes you think, huh?
It must have happened a long time ago back when the BayArea was a lot less Bay-Aryan, hipper and less brain-dead Liberal – but try not to do this especially to an early (five digit) commercial:
And that Luger will never have quite the same value either…
I’m trying to come to grips with something that can tear, “a path a mile wide and four miles long destroying homes and businesses.”
An earthquake strikes unseen and from below in a fitful shaking, wrenching, slip-fold of the earth’s crust as it flexes its skin while asleep.
But this un-angelic Wind of Hell spawns in descent, spinning from angry turbulent clouds that roil across the surface, and mows a swath of destruction like an upside-down airborne tsunami casting houses and people aside.
My prayers go out to the folks of Joplin.
I’d like to get behind the wheel (sticks, controls – whatever) of one of these eight-tracked behemoths and rumble around the countryside wrecking havoc. Besides a wall to keep-out illegal aliens, let me dig a moat. Kewl! The rear tire on my dirtbike pales in insufficiency.
I found the pic about a year ago (?) when people were arguing about which sized caterpillar tractor the Israelis should use to crush nitwit protesters and those who hide in underground tunnels smuggling bombs – or something like that. I think this one would work real good.