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Who is this idiot?

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Zundfolge, Oct 7, 2005.

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  1. Zundfolge

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    Sounds like some damned Yankee - does it matter which one? :)
     
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    I suspect a New York connection. :D
     
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    Diane?
     
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    I always wondered why that chunk of magnesium I threw in the air landed on my head......It's heat seeking. And all this time I thought it was gravity. Silly me. :neener:
     
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    Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Enterprise :)

    "but some of these bullets as you saw have an incendiary device on the tip of it which is a heat seeking device... so you don't shoot deer with a bullet that size. If you do, you could cook it at the same time"

    -Assemblywoman Patricia Eddington (D) Medford

    http://www.50caliberterror.com/video/05/nynjnews.html
     
  8. ZenMasterJG

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    ... I'm speechless.
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    Damn fine research there TheOtherOne. I have half a mind to send her an e-mail informing her of her ignorance, but ignorance hasn't stopped them in the past. :banghead: :fire: :cuss:
     
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    How convenient! Where I can I get this super 3-in-1 round? It finds the deer through heat-seeking technology, kills it, and cooks it on the spot! Does it also properly dress it? :rolleyes:
     
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    How are we supposed to combat that kind of blatant stupidity? If this was actually a Congressional representative then we have an elected official that brainwashed voting on our rights about issues she obviously knows nothing about. It is humorous until you realize how frightening it is and then it is just sobering. The whole shooting down a plane crap is the same way. What does that say about our country and the electorate in general when these are the morons that somehow end up representing us?
     
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    Well, I was always taught there were two sides to every coin. Maybe she is right and you guys are wrong?





    [/] Sorry, I felt the need to say something really, really stupid. All done. :evil:
     
  13. Vern Humphrey

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    I like to handload these, and lubricate them with steak sauce. :neener:
     
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    "COME ON, this is crazy, you can certainly use this for hunting" - Carolyn McCarthy...

    How many times does it have to be repeated, the 2nd amendment IS NOT ABOUT HUNTING. Too bad Eddington and McCarthy didn't handle the weapons loaded, and have a ND in the each other's direction.
     
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    Hell, heat seeking ammo? Put a little Teflon on it and it'll go through ANYTHING!
     
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    Heck, coat it with teflon, lube it with A1, and it'll find, kill, cook, and season your dinner properly and clean-up will be a breeze! :)

    The whole "proper dressing of kill" bit is still being worked out, though. :scrutiny: :uhoh: :barf:
     
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    The newest version of this round uses crisco as a propellant. So there is no need to dress out the deer. Just call it Haggis and give/sell to your Scotsman buds.
     
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    The gun control crowd does this intentionally, if the public is confused about firearms it's easier for them to make outlandish claims and fabricate a panic (remember "black rhino"?)
     
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    Black Rhino?

    I'm unfamiliar with "Black Rhino". Would someone please explain?
     
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    a really good question for both sides unfortunately

    "heat seeking bullets" i love it.
     
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    The lady should thank her lucky stars we don't have stupidity-seeking bullets. :p
     
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    Black Rhino? Are you thinking of Black Talon, maybe?
     
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    It's past the point of accident or coincidence, there's malicious intent behind those lies.

    And when someone with malicious intent is trying to disarm you, guess why.

    They're not just confused and phobic, they aren't misunderstood or ignorant, they are lieing and being believed.

    It's end-game when they are in the House and they aren't escorted out for trying to infringe on things that say in big letters 'Shall Not Be Infringed'.

    The only thing between them and victory is time. Everyone is surrounded by the same oligopoly-controlled media sources, they have no choice but to be ignorant or be brainwashed. There's no competing with that, it's the farthest thing from a fair fight.
     
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    Black Rhino was a hoax started (or at least popularized) by Schumer and Newsweek not long after the Black Talon hysteria. Supposedly the bullets would pierce armor and then explode. IIRC, it turned out that the whole story and fake company was fabricated by some anti loon who wanted to bolster further ammo bans.

    Google for Rhino-Ammo.
     
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    Thats pretty funny, all the descriptions of the ammo reminded me of the good old extreme shock ammo. The claimed penetration was only 9" in ballistics gel, yet 5" wide.
     
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