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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by AV8R, Sep 14, 2007.
http://timesunion.com/AspStories/story. ... =9/13/2007
And the wussification of America continues. My father taught my brother and I to respect firearms from an early age. He also let us be children, which included playing with water pistols, cap guns, and the like. Both of us understood the difference between aiming a water gun at someone and aiming a real firearm.
Funny thing, neither my brother or I have ever violated those lessons taught to us by our father.
Wow. I bet if they would have handed out condoms they'd gotten less reaction.
No, they would have received priase for doing that.
The latest "assault rifle" coming under fire from the Brady bunch:
It even has a tripod. Scary!!!
ws, hosted by tripod.com...guess they don't allow hotlinking?
Fixed it. Maybe it was too scary to hotlink. It has a tripod on it.
Oh, Albany, NY, not GA.
I thought it was ironic that it was tripod.com, too. I definitely shivered when I saw that picture
Wow, 4 books over the summer
I used to read that many a week in the summer reading program and all I got was a gold star on my certificate. That and good reading skills.
thats a bad ass watergun i wish i had that when i was little, i woulda thought i was the **** lol
I'm actually saddened by the state of toys today. When I was a kid [a young one, not so long ago], I had a Beretta squirt-gun and a desert-camo 1911 with realistic slide manipulation and firing sound fx. And a small minigun that would blow through about 350 caps per minute. Now it's just cowboys and ray guns. Haven't they screwed these kids over enough already?