Work. I am, however, home for a while this time. (Mar 14, 2013 | post #29)
I just adore how you only pointed out part of a sentence. If you are going to quote me(I really am flattered ) I only ask that you use the complete sentence. (Mar 14, 2013 | post #28)
Evolution is simply mild adaption over a large amount of time. ALL fossils are "transitional " fossils. It amazes me that you are able to post a thread such as this, online, while denying the very mentality that made the internet possible. Sir, the irony isn't lost on me. (Mar 14, 2013 | post #15)
Assault weapons..... Pistol grip... Flash suppressor .... High capacity magazine... Semi-automatic.... Frame rail... .25 derringer ...... Pistol grip... Semi-automatic... Frame rail..... Considering the "3 of the above rule", your 2 shot derringer is an assault weapon. So is your grandfathers .22 marlin, The fact is, the weapons that would fall under this ban are only scary looking, and have nothing in common with a military issue rifle. It is simply feel good legislation that will accomplish nothing, other than minor cosmetic changes. Functionally the weapons stay the same. (Feb 9, 2013 | post #6)
Nothing less than a .35 caliber is recommended for defense due to knockdown power issues. This means that the smallest weapon recommended would be a 9mm, .380, .38, or a .357(all .35) are the smallest that are feasible considering actual knock down power. The strongest of these are the .38, and. 357 mag. Personally, I would recommended a s&w .38 bodyguard. They are small, light, and have decent knockdown power. It is a revolver so less upkeep. Knockdown power is only relevant when facing a highly motivated attacker. During a regular home invasion a. 22 with blanks would scare the intruder away. The majority of shoot outs happen at extremely close range with only a 10% hit rate, so without training, it most likely doesn't matter what weapon you have. Everyone will have a favorite weapon, and advice, but the fact is, if you aren't a professional (and maybe if you are), all you are going to do is make noise, which a. 22 will do just fine. Make sure you find someone toteach you safety, accuracy, and maintenance, and get what is most comfortable for you. (Feb 6, 2013 | post #12)
1. Did you stop to analize what was thrown out? 2. By "riding the bumper" you were breaking the law. If you ride my bumper, you will eat it, AND be at fault. I have followed people to their house for this. Before you talk "crap", I invite you to send me your address, in which case we can discuss your habit of "riding a bumper" personally. If you are not willing to do so, you are simply full of crap. Running up on someones number is not only dangerous, but juvenile as well. You need taught better. (Jun 20, 2012 | post #10)
fof..... Are your comments in the form of a satire? (Jun 19, 2012 | post #119)
Basic argument from ignorance. I'll translate for everyone. The poster said "if I can't understand it, it must not be possible.". This argument can only come from someone that thinks they are smarter than any other human that exist. (Jun 19, 2012 | post #115)
I have a "go bag". I don't subscribe to conspiracy theories, but you can never be overly prepared. A "bug out kit", is equally as useful during a power outage or hiking trip as it is during the "zombie apocalypse".. .... My go bag contains my passport, some money, clothes a small fire arm, and a first aide kit. It has been used. (Jun 19, 2012 | post #9)
The typical bug out kit contains enough food, water, and medical supplies to support your group for 72 hours. It should also contain a way to start several fires, a shelter, and enough linen to keep your group warm. Some contain offensive/defensive tools. It should be small and light enough for you to transport alone without a need for motorization. You can message me for more information. You should include in your message group size, ages of each individual, special medical needs, and the level of experience you have in basic survival. I will assume the kit is for this climate. I hope this helps. (Jun 19, 2012 | post #7)
I refer you back to the proverbial pigeon. (Jun 19, 2012 | post #106)
Awwww, you think age = wisdom instead of experience. Once again, i find one of your statements fascinating. (Jun 19, 2012 | post #101)
Okay... I found it. The letter B was used in a table constructed to explain a supposed quote made by Marcus Aurelius concerning the idea of a "good man" being rewarded in the afterlife whether he was a believer in any particular religion or not, if said afterlife exist. B = believer and -B = nonbelievers in that particular table. (Jun 19, 2012 | post #100)
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