By any wild chance, you you happen to remember the visit from ATF agents Fast and Furious in May of last year? Long story short was, one of the co-owners of the gun store was trying to get some guns off of his books. What he was doing was, when a customer would buy a single firearm, he would list two on the Form 4473; the real gun purchased plus a second one he wanted to disappear. I was one such customer. I bought a rifle but he noted a rifle AND a handgun; a S&W Model 27 if memory serves me correctly. The BATFE caught wind of this somehow, did some digging around and interviewed me as part of their investigation. For obvious reasons I've avoided that gun store ever since but yesterday on a whim, decided to poke my head back in there and see what's up. As Big Red's tires slowed down and turned into their parking lot, I'll be honest, I was shocked they were even still in business. I mean what the fuck, one of your guys had committed multiple federal felonies so ya know, closed down much?
Nope, still OPEN FOR BUSINESS. I go inside and to their credit, their current used gun selection is MUCH better than it used to be. Now they had probably 45-50 used handguns, where as they used to be around 12-15. So that was a nice surprise. When the opportunity presented itself I explained to the owner -- now sole owner, btw -- who I was and mentioned that courtesy of this gun shop the ATF came knocking on my door a year earlier. "Oh you're just one of a hundred or so." So, what ever came of the investigation? is his former partner in jail for violating federal firearm laws? Nope. A YEAR FUCKING ON, AND HE HASN'T EVEN BEEN FUCKING INTERVIEWED YET, let alone been arrested or facing prosecution. So yeah, while existing gun laws are being blatantly ignored, we need more gun laws like we need a hole in the fucking head.
But if there's any silver lining, they had some beaten up Chinese Type 53's in for $175 each. They won't win any beauty pageants, but from a purely functional point of view it might not be a bad idea to pick up a couple because I just sold my Winchester 94AE yesterday, so now I've got some cash burning a hole through my pocket. And yes, I could kick myself in the ass for missing this $157 for 880 rounds of 54R deal; now the same ammo can't be had for any less than $189 per case. Had I caught the earlier deal, I probably would have posted it after picking up a couple cases for myself. Dammit.
Angel Stadium of Anaheim is a modern-style ballpark located in Anaheim, California. It is the home ballpark to Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim of the American League, and was previously home to the NFL's Los Angeles Rams (now St. Louis Rams). The stadium is often referred to by its unofficial nickname The Big A. OPened in 1966, it is the fourth-oldest active Major League Baseball stadium, behind Fenway Park, Wrigley Field, and Dodger Stadium.
And if you've ever thought about plastic surgery, perhaps t These walking disasters may make you think twice. Added bonus: #8 looks like Marilyn Manson.
Dave, you Canadian bastard. First off, $299 Canadian? What is that like $21... $22 in US Dollars? And secondly, one can not (legally) import ammunition into the United States without an signed Form 6 from our friends at the ATF. They will not sign one for steel core 7.62x39 (and not for 5.45x39 either). Now based upon current events I could just skip the form and have you send it to me anyway, and even if the ATF catches on, they won't even look into it until at least 2015 anyway. Where's the harm, amirite?
This week, as teams around Major League Baseball celebrate the star of another season with ceremonial first pitches, pre game ceremonies, and plenty of patriotic red, white, and blue bunting, we thought we'd celebrate with this list of the most memorable Opening Day moments of all time.
The original banks behind MasterCard were United California Bank (later First Interstate Bank and subsequently merged into Wells Fargo Bank), Wells Fargo, Crocker National Bank (also subsequently merged into Wells Fargo), and the Bank of California. Robert Leavelle, Senior Vice President of Farmer's & Merchants Bank of Long Beach, California, along with his son Martin Leavelle, created the graphic image based on the two overlapping circles with the Master Charge title overlaid in the center of the logo. This was part of an effort by The Independent Banker's Association.
Old and busted: Walker Texas Ranger. The new hotness: Conan Texas Deputy.
Ludo is a board game for two to four players, in which the players race their four tokens from start to finish according to die rolls. Like other cross and circle games, Ludo is derived from the Indian game Pachisi, but simpler. The game and its variants are popular in many countries and under various names. In North America, the game is sold under the brand name Parcheesi. In Germany, this game is called "Mensch ärgere dich nicht" which means "Man, don't get irritated." In Czech its called "Clovece Nezlob Se" ("Don't be angry, man").
First: Val Midwest's very NSFW school photo shoot. Second: HOLY SHIT is that site photo awesome. So now that you have a very particular set of skills, time to put them to work. Streetview where in New Orleans this girl is collecting so many beads!
Hiking the Pali Puka trail is not for those with BALLS of STEEL. Absolutely no children on this hike and definitely don't go when it's windy because this area is known to have upwards of 50-90mph gusts. As you'll see in this video there are some points where it gets very close to the edge with about a 1000 foot drop on either side.
The flag of Turkey is a red flag including the full moon with a star moving centrally in front of the sun with reference to the meeting of the Turkic solar deity Gün Ana (Mother Sun) and the moon god Ay Ata (Father Moon) brought by the space god Erkli?. The event technically constitutes a solar eclipse when the moon partially occults the sun at times of syzygy. The flag is often called Al bayrak (the red flag) and referred to as Al sancak in the Turkish national anthem. The sun, star and the moon are all sky elements symbolizing the Tengriist beliefs of the sky-worshiping ancient Turks.
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