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The one good thing about anti-gun messages in the media...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Skribs, Jan 23, 2013.

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  1. Skribs

    Skribs Member

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    I was at the gym today. I'd just got done running (read: my feet were sore after not that long) so I decided to use the exercise bike. The bikes were close enough to the TVs that I could read the closed captioning, and the closest TV was set to whatever channel airs Hardball with {some jerkface}.

    Anyway, I started at 60 RPM and felt it was a comfortable pace. I keep pace very well on a bike (surprising, because I have no rhythm anywhere else), but after watching people call us extremists and nuts for a few minutes, I looked back at the bike...80 RPM.

    Thanks to the blood-boiling anger it causes me, gun control advocates gave me a better workout. There IS a silver lining.
     
  2. Hardtarget

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    All I can ay about all this anti-gun stuff is...:barf::cuss:

    Have fun at the gym. We may not get to have much fun at the range very long if they have their way!

    Mark
     
  3. Cesiumsponge

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    It gave you a better workout, making you healthier.
    It gave you increased stress, making you less healthy.

    It's a wash!
     
  4. 2ifbyC

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    Careful! Your ordeal reminds me of the psychopath in “A Clockwork Orange” who was strapped to a chair with his eyeballs held open while forcing him to watch violence. While liking it at first, he was eventually cured by becoming physically ill of any form of violence.

    If you begin to have “a thrill up your leg” when watching MSNBC, then you have passed the point of no return.:uhoh:
     
  5. mokin

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    Similar thing happened to me one evening when Rambo II was on at the gym while I was on an elyptical machine....
     
  6. Skribs

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    Was your pace connected to whether or not he had his headband tied?
     
  7. Al Thompson

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    Glad you had a good work out, but sadly, IMHO, off topic. :)
     
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