So yesterday I decided to do some prowling around the local gun shops and see if the buying frenzy is as bad as people are saying. In short, yes. This is Cape Guns near my house, and this is Shoot Straight over in Fort Myers. I went to Fowler Firearms too and they were down to about 15 AR's on the wall, from a normal stock of about 75 or so. By this time, I imagine they're out just like everyone else, so if you're lucky enough to find one online, buy the fucking thing. Either that or find someone locally who is dumb enough to sell. Because we're getting to a point where saying you're pro gun just isn't enough anymore.
Red hair occurs naturally on approximately 1–2% of the human population. It occurs more frequently (2–6%) in people of northern or western European ancestry, and less frequently in other populations. Red hair appears in people with two copies of a recessive gene on chromosome 16 which causes a mutation in the MC1R protein. Melanin in the skin aids UV tolerance through suntanning, but fair-skinned persons lack the levels of melanin needed to prevent UV-induced DNA-damage. Studies have shown that red hair alleles in MC1R increase freckling and decrease tanning ability, and a propensity to sunburn easily. Because of this, redheads are often encouraged to wear clothing while in direct sunlight for prolonged periods. While clothing provides some protection, a standard white t-shirt only has an SPF of about 7. If it's wet, the SPF can go down as low as 3. The darker and thicker the clothing, the more protection it provides.
To very simply answer the question why people use the AR-15/M4 Mega Assault Death Weapons of Satan, is because they are the Porsche of the gun world. They are the base for the model of weapon used by our military (yes base, not THE SAME being used in Afghanistan, for people who don't know the difference). The AK 47, the UZI, HK, Glocks, Sig's, all top models. Think of it as camping; Do you go to K-Mart or Wally World to buy equipment that will save your life? No, you go to brand names that will not only save your life, but last to do it over and over. If the above mentioned are banned, the same thing will happen but with cheap knock offs or even a knife, a car, garden ho? “ A sick mind pulls the trigger, the gun is but an extension of it.” The only good of this is that the word about people who need help is being spoken and with some miracle of luck, weapon haters will put as much effort in to helping people those who are sick as they are banning a tool one of them may use. And FUCK NO to teachers carrying weapons! They are not soldiers…Although they get paid more. Ryan
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Violet is a given name for girls and comes from the Violet flower. As with other such names its popularity has varied dramatically over time. Flower names were very commonly used from about 1880 through about 1910 in the United States, with usage dropping throughout the next 80 years or so. The name Violet was the 88th most frequent girl's given name in 1900, dropping below position 1000 by 1960. In 1990, the name appeared again in the top 1000 at position 289 and its popularity has increased since.
The world may or may not be ending tomorrow, but it ended earlier this week for MMA fighter Ray Elbe. Two words: FRACTURED. PENIS.
Heishe necklaces have been made by several southwest tribes since ancient times. The word "heishe" comes from the Santo Domingo word for "shell." A single heishe is a rolled bead of shell, turquoise, or coral, which is cut very thin. Shells used for heishe included mother-of-pearl, spiny oyster, abalone, coral, conch and clam. Tiny, thin heishe was strung together by the Santo Domingo to create necklaces, which were important trade items. The centuries old art of lapidary, preserved by clan and family tradition, remains an important element of design. Stone on stone mosaic inlay, channel inlay, cluster work, petite point, needle point, and natural cut or smoothed and polished cabochons fashioned from shells, coral, semi-precious and precious gems commonly decorate these works of art with blue or green turquoise being the most common and recognizable material used.
Aubrey Plaza -- who plays April Ludgate on Parks and Recreation -- tells the story of her very filthy housewarming present.
from amateur artist to nazi führer: the paintings of a young ADOLF FUCKING HITLER