Our government at work, to be sure:
spend billions to perfect drones
charge us to shoot them down
arrest us for shooting them down
let murderers out prison to make room for drone shooters
...will employ lawyers for years for appeals
unions to make drones
unions to fly drones
unions to shoot drones (we don't need no stinking unions)
unions to arrest and detain suspected shooters
unions to ... unions.... unions.... unions....
No unions is good enough... in example "CIVIL UNIONS"... just a stepping stone... foot in the door... wedge used to split a log... when not pushing on logs they are trying to push you stool in.
February 2, 2013 at 1:29pm
You make all your points refering to the “rifle”. It’s either a 20, 16 or 12 gauge shotgun. You might want to google the difference.
February 2, 2013 at 1:22pm
His form is fine. The gun is supposed to be against his cheek and no, not all skeet shots are up. Most, done right, are just above level. If you are shooting up, you are probably shooting late. The smoke to the side is probably some sort of barrel porting to either reduce recoil or problems with control. Having a ported barrel indicates either a custom or borrowed gun. The most obvious item missing is as shell pouch. Someone may be picking up his shells and handing him new ones. That in itself would cause a shooter to question his seriousness at skeet.
up against his cheek? is not ok. This fool is resting his face on the stock,the shellcasing can pop him and so can the kick back. Also the stock is too high up in his shoulder girdle.The stock should be snug in his shoulder and armpit as though the rifle was an extension of his arm. You don't use the sight. You use your eye hand co-ordination. Use your torso to follow throught moving the rifle as an arm extension. What ever he is doing, skeet it isn't.His gun should be pointing upward(because he has discharged) following the clay. He is in a stationary target stance. This is all inane. Too bad it did not blow up in his face, end the misery around the world and the US. "forgive me fer that dar lawd."
The Nazi guards were just "doing their jobs" also.
April 11, 2012 at 3:16pm
PETA quoting Thoreau? I have to wonder if Thoreau’s view on abortion was anything like the leftist’s. Abort a child out of inconvienience and the child dies in ernest.
March 29, 2012 at 10:12am
Blacks can use the N word. Gays can make gay jokes. The joke here is semi-funny based on there being no bias involved. I could come up with many lines funnier but being straight, I will refrain. If you want some redneck jokes, I’m the redneck for you.
February 29, 2012 at 11:23am
Actually, what he was saying was that 3 other presidents had a better outside shot than him.
February 29, 2012 at 11:12am
What are the criteria for becoming an “eminent philosopher”? It appears to me the bar must be set somewhere beyond Pluto.
January 18, 2012 at 10:09am
Except for the fact that it has already been used as toilet paper.
January 13, 2012 at 10:55am
As a young banker, our trainers told us to always consider the results of your math and then consider weather or not they make sense. If the result is should be 4million, recalculate a resulting sum of 4 thousand. How in the world could this little fraction of a brain not see that as an error?
You make a valid point. I believe that in this day of reliance on computers and software, people (and young people in particular) are losing a sense of what is technically rational, and what is not. Up until 30 or so years ago, engineers primarily used slide rules in making calculations. It was NECESSARY that they have a grasp of the magnitude of calculated results, i.e., does it make sense?. Today, that is not so. Whether it is engineering, economics, or making change at the check-out counter, the computer generated results are accepted as correct.
I am afraid that with the 'greying' of society, we are losing ordinary common sense..., but then perhaps that is a statement of the obvious.
I knew someone who worked in the CCC in Michigan during the 1930's. At the time he was a young man about 19 years old. His pay was $30.00 per month. It was mandatory that he send $25.00 of it to his mother and father and he kept $5.00 a month for himself. He did have free room and board, he lived in a tent city work camp. People today would not work in the CCC under those conditions.
They didn't tell you they'll have to raise taxes to pay for it
June 8, 2011 at 12:43pm
The underpants picture was taken in a mirror thus reversing the picture. Does that mean that he hangs to the right?