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103900 No. 103900 ID: b89631 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
ITT: Continuing the old pacnw meetup thread from /meet/.

I'll start: Beer and stuff in the Seattle area Friday, March 4ish around 7-8pm? I've got wiggle room all weekend, so its up to you guys' schedules.
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>> No. 104078 ID: 8266de
Power is out, propose diverting to cascadia grill in Olympia
>> No. 104079 ID: c4277d
Cant make it to Olympia tonight man, shit came up...
How about Sunday? My schedule should be clear all day.
>> No. 104080 ID: c4277d
Just checked the thread, after I got to McNamaras late, and waited for you here, sorry again man.
>> No. 104084 ID: 85304d
Sunday's gonna be tough. If you drop me an email with your cell, I can let you know.
>> No. 104218 ID: 8552e6
SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY! 1Pm at Perihelion Brewery in Seattle. Plotting, carousing, and telling lies. BE THERE!!

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104161 No. 104161 ID: 7188a3 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
tldr Lucid = good Also, was totally gonna post this in da zone because who goes here anymore?

Dood, caseless, I had me some of this and it's a work of art omg. It's very nearly as good as a nice smoky scotch, just very differently. I bought some Grand Absente beforehand and that shit was terrible. The difference between that tripe and this nectar is like night and day. Thank you so much for recommending it. Chugging water now because monday soon fellow stalkers.

What did yall operators poison yourselves with this week?
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>> No. 104179 ID: f6e43c
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I had a shot of Jameson Irish Whiskey after dinner, last night.
>> No. 104180 ID: f6e43c
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>> No. 104181 ID: f6e43c
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Anyone tried Welsh whisky?
Such as Penderyn single malt Welsh whisky?
>> No. 104182 ID: 2b5990
Lots of water. I've been puking my guts up since last night, needs water. And a little of Carnation Breakfast Essentials since anything solid hurts at the moment.
>> No. 104185 ID: f6e43c
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No. 104147 ID: d8acd0 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Chanced upon this thing.
Local Colorado boy, Brian Shaw, was competing.
Here he is performing a 855lb deadlift with Furious Pete https://youtu.be/ES0a0EchIg0
World's Strongest Man 2015 - Finals (1/2) https://youtu.be/Bu4l7QMEDVQ
Published on Feb 6, 2016
Final of the 2015 worlds strongest man competition. After grueling heats, only ten athletes remain to battle it out, but only one can be crowned the strongest man in the world.

Featuring following athletes:
Zydrunas Savickas, Brian Shaw, Hafthor Bjornsson, Mark Felix, Eddie Hall, Mikhail Shivlyakov, Mike Burke, Dimitar Savatinov, Jf Caron, Jerry Pritchett,
Info here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World%27s_Strongest_Man
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>> No. 104162 ID: d8acd0
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Eddie Hall (born 15 January 1988) is an English professional strongman competitor, notable for having won on multiple occasions both the UK's Strongest Man, and England's Strongest Man titles. He has also competed at the World's Strongest Man and is the current world record holder in the deadlift with straps.
Height: 1.89 m (6 ft 2 1⁄2 in), Weight: 174.5 kg (385 lb; 27.48 st).
In Competition:

Bench Press – 300 kg (661 lb)
Deadlift with straps – 463kg (1020.74 lb) – World record
Long Bar Deadlift with straps – 465 kg (1026 lb)

Gym Lifts (all Raw):

Squat – 405 kg (891 lb)
Bench Press – 300 kg (661 lb)
Log Press – 211 kg (465 lb) strict press. – British record, done at Britain's Strongest Man 2015.
Axle Press – 200 kg (440 lb) strict press.
Leg Press – 1000 kg (2,200 lb) for 10 reps.
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>> No. 104163 ID: d8acd0
  EDDIE - Strongman Trailer https://youtu.be/FIy0IzXYYn8
Truck mechanic, husband and father of two, Eddie Hall wants to be the World’s Strongest Man. This feature documentary vividly illustrates the sacrifices that this extremely driven man must make to chase his dream. He will stop at nothing. He trains, eats, sleeps and breathes strongman, competing all over the world and breaking records. He faces not only gargantuan competitors, but his own inner demons as he strives to leave behind the scars of his teenage years.

This film gets under the skin of a man totally dedicated to becoming the greatest and offers an engrossing snapshot of an unforgettable character, Eddie - Strongman.

Featuring appearances from Arnold Schwarzenegger and multiple World’s Strongest Man winners Bill Kazmeier, Geoff Capes, Brian Shaw and Zydrunas Savickas.
>> No. 104164 ID: d8acd0
  Eddie Hall does new Deadlift World Record 463KG - 1020lbs https://youtu.be/x5-mfOXF0i0
>> No. 104165 ID: d8acd0
  New World Record Deadlift 1155 pounds World's Strongest Man
Published on Mar 1, 2014 https://youtu.be/SBFTB7Xjk3U
A new world record has been set for the deadlift at the 2014 Arnold Strongman by Zydrunas Savickas at 1155 pounds.
>> No. 104173 ID: 8ae717
Not to detract from this dude's accomplishment but there's a huge difference between deadlifting tires and deadlifting plates as seen: >>104164

I'm not impressive in the slightest but I can rack pull (more or less a tire deadlift) something life 150% of my actual deadlift.

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103096 No. 103096 ID: 9e3a50 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
USPS. Nuff' said.

My post office refuses to deliver my packages to me with any semblance of sanity or reason.

Today I got a pink notice for a package because no name was on the mailbox... Yet the carrier delivered mail for no less than three recipients here when there is no name on the box at all period.

Their organization has become the target of my ire. Because of their repeated nonsensical bureaucratic bullshit and zero explanation.

How can I use their bullshit against them? Any postal employees here? I want revenge.
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>> No. 104145 ID: 1bfd61
I just found out my fucking $300 boots were delivered to the wrong address. I know who has them, I just don't want to talk to that cunt.

>> No. 104146 ID: c1c101
That...the way you say it...sounds like you fucked up and didn't update a shipping address somewhere you've ordered from before...not a post office mistake.
>> No. 104148 ID: 1bfd61


They never had my address before a week ago when I ordered from an actual brick and mortar store. The correct address is on the receipt.
>> No. 104149 ID: 1bfd61
And... I guess I should add that they've never shipped anything to me before. It's always been walk into store, find boots, pay cash, walk out. The only thing that made this time special is they discontinued the model I wear, and didn't have the replacement in my size.
>> No. 104175 ID: 53dd42
Figured out what happened.

Counter dick said they would come via postal service, when in reality they were shipping via UPS.

I gave a P.O. box number, UPS went WTF m8, then saw my name and town and said "I KNOW WHERE THAT GUY LIVES" and sent them to my old address.

It's a god damn wonder I even have them now.

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104127 No. 104127 ID: 00fd12 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Crowns, Pounds and Guineas: A Quick Guide To British Currency
If you read a novel set in Great Britain, whether it is a romance novel or a classic by Charles Dickens, you will come across references to money. The monetary system of Great Britain can be very confusing to the average American reader, especially since the system until fairly recently, was not a decimal one. The reader will come across words like pounds, shillings and pence, but just what were they, how did they relate to each other, and what in the world did regency bucks mean when they talked about betting a monkey on a prizefight?
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Here is a quick guide to British currency along with some slang terms that were often used. All these units of money are those that readers of romances set in Great Britain will encounter.

Pound: A pound was the basic unit of currency. It came in the form of a paper bill, called a note, or a gold coin, called a sovereign. The slang term for a pound is a quid and there are other slang terms for various amounts of money that a reader will come across in historical novels. A monkey is 500 pounds, a pony is 25 pounds. You will often find those last two terms bandied about by gamblers in regency novels.

Shilling: There were 20 shillings to the pound. The shilling was the workhorse of the currency. It was used to buy food and household necessities like coal, candles and soap. The slang term for a shilling was a bob.

Penny: The smallest unit of currency, the plural of which was pence. There were 12 pence to a shilling and 240 pence to a pound.

These were the basic coins of the realm - nice and simple, yes? It would have been if those were the only three, but just when the reader has figured out pounds, shillings and pence, she runs into other terms which were used for some special coins - multiples and fractions of shillings and pence. And here they are:

Guinea: A gold coin worth one pound, one shilling. The slang term for guinea was yellowboy. The guinea was used in professional transactions. A gentleman paid his tailor in shillings, but his barrister in guineas. In one of Elizabeth Mansfield's Regency Romances, the hero goes out carrying his money in guineas. The owner of an inn is surprised to see a yellowboy in payment - he would have been used to being paid in shillings. http://www.likesbooks.com/money.html
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>> No. 104139 ID: 00fd12
  The Money Song - Monty Python's The Flying Circus https://youtu.be/sor9GzivGbk
>> No. 104140 ID: cfaec1
Who cares? It's going to be a failed state in a few generations.

Only question is how long it will take the world to forget Britain ever existed.
>> No. 104141 ID: 00fd12
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Oh, don't be unpleasant.
>> No. 104142 ID: 52ed6e
  Documentary about the British postwar economy.
>> No. 104144 ID: d8acd0
Interesting documentary on the economy of the UK from 1960 through the 1980s.
28:44 [Margaret Thatcher] "I can't bear Britain in decline. I just can't. We, who either defeated or rescued half of Europe, who kept half Europe FREE, when otherwise it would have been in chains, and look at us now." An economy wrecked by WW2 (of which the UK helped win but not by the extent that Maggie believes), stagnation, inflation, unemployment, unable to compete effectively in exports and losing all those colonies. Further burdened by the conceit that complex economies were rational things that the government could manipulate to produce record improved growth despite these facts.

Thatcher's economic legacy https://youtu.be/pgP-vYJXmbw
The Economist - Published on Apr 18, 2013
Did Margaret Thatcher's radical, widely lauded economic agenda actually spark an improvement in Britain's fortunes?

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  Would you dare to eat the Epiphany Continuum?
Burnistoun S02E03- Epiphany Continuum Sketch https://youtu.be/WJ0iVf4MRn8
What you eating?
An Epiphany Continuum.
Don't eat that. Mate, 'Best before the year of our Lord 1655.' Ingredients: primal matter, asp tongue mould, mandrake, the breath of God. That’s all additives, mate.
Callum, I'm eating my Epiphany Continuum, all right?
You fainted after you ate that. You all right?
We're DOOMED, it's OVER. I saw things. Terrible things. I saw civilizations collapse, every living soul driven insane, the world on fire, cities devastated, piles of bodies everywhere, flesh pits burning in the moonlight. I saw the sun DIE, stars tumbling into themselves, the universe FRACTURE, a near nothingness, an unelected sentience behind the door...watching, WAITING!
And I'm still fucking starving.
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>> No. 103962 ID: 490e84
I fucking love Burnistoun.
>> No. 104105 ID: 0d9020
  Best of Burnistoun - Quality Police https://youtu.be/tvxBtfBoa7g
>> No. 104106 ID: 0d9020
  Best of Burnistoun - Best Friends https://youtu.be/ff5kYnYCuG8
3:55 - I hope they find a CURE for death! Yes! Cure death! Yeah, and it works for everybody, right, EXCEPT YOU!! And when your day comes, you'll be the last man dying ~AAAAGH~ and "Roll up, roll up! Come and see the last man as he dies!" I HATE YOU!!!
>> No. 104107 ID: 0d9020
  Best of Burnistoun - The Burnistoun Butcher https://youtu.be/_8Kh8FLYH9k
>> No. 104108 ID: 0d9020
  Burnistoun - All My Mad Uncles https://youtu.be/DZdFXcA_x0c

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103934 No. 103934 ID: 1aea9c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Eating cookies without milk is like enjoying a spoonful of peanut butter without a heavy dose of chocolate. It doesn't make sense and leaves you feeling completely empty inside.

And yet the Girl Scouts of America have been selling their delectable cookies outside of grocery stores and shopping malls without milk for nearly 100 years. Is this tragic omission actually an opportunity for another group of entrepreneurial youngsters?

In a cute stunt from Goodby Silverstein & Partners, "The Scouts Milk Mission" tapped a group of Boy Scouts to track down Girl Scouts selling cookies and make sure plenty of milk was accessible for all those hungry cookie lovers. The young boys and girls that participated in the mission not only got to enjoy the milk-and-cookie combo, but also earned a badge for their hard work.

"We were excited to make 'The Scouts Milk Mission' happen quickly because it's kind of ridiculous that we haven't been doing this for the last 100 years," said Kate Catalinac, the creative director on the project. "Who can have cookies without milk? Savages, that's who."

The campaign is an extension of the popular and longstanding "Got Milk?" campaign and rolls out just in time to celebrate National Girl Scouts Weekend. While "Got Milk?" is no longer the tagline used by the national milk industry (it adopted the tagline "Milk Life" in 2014), the California Milk Processor Board still uses the iconic line in its marketing.

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>> No. 104076 ID: c6d4db
If y'all like shortbread I suggest trying Walker's.

They make great cookies.
>> No. 104102 ID: 53e7c0
Thanks for that. I'll give them a go next time I hit the grocery.
>> No. 104103 ID: 0d9020
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Walkers Classic Shortbread Assorted Selection
This stuff's around $5 to $7 a 8.8 oz box.
>> No. 104104 ID: 0d9020
  Shopping at Amazon:
Walkers Shortbread Fingers, 2-Count Cookies Packages (Count of 24) @ 1.4 oz each is 33.6 oz total $15.99 Best deal?

Walkers Shortbread Assorted, 8.8 oz. Boxes (Pack of 6) is 52.8 oz $32.77

Walkers Shortbread Fingers, 5.3-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 12) 63.6 oz $51.45

How to Make Cookies Similar to Shortbread Walkers : Cookie Delights https://youtu.be/_MOs0MxX-1M

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104044 No. 104044 ID: ff3c78 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
ITT list your five favorite Authors and your five favorite books by those Authors.

Here's my list.

Cormac McCarthy - Blood Meridian or the Evening Redness in the West

Stephen King - Pet Sematary

Jack Ketchum - Off Season

Clive Barker - Cabal

Frank Herbert - Dune
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>> No. 104077 ID: ff3c78
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>I've heard the wording of Blood Meridian sometimes took you out of the story, so I never read it. So now I'm reading The Road and goddamn, I see what they mean about McCarthy's usage.

People say this all the time about Blood Meridian but it's simply not true. If you've ever read stuff from H.P Lovecraft or Ernest Hemingway then you'll have no problem reading Blood Meridian.

>What is your guilty reading pleasure?

Edward Lee. The dude's writing is pretty much shit but he makes up for it with buckets of gore and good ole fashion Black Comedy.

If you want to check him out I would suggest reading Header first. It's a novel about skull fucking, literally.
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I feel a vibe of "tryhard" in here...oh well...

Glen Cook - Black Company Series (I want the last book to come out. Shukrat needs to meet a resurrected Soulcatcher and they need to have a hot lesbo threesome with Lady...ok just extremely wishful thinking on my part...I mean who am I kidding..."A Pittiless Rain" will never come out...)

Steven Erikson - Malazan Series (I wish more books start off assuming the reader is already intimately familiar with ALL aspects of the universe in which the story takes place)

Brain McClellan - Powder Mage Series (I love how the author dismisses plot holes because "rule of cool")

J.M. McDermott - Dogsland Trilogy (Only book that ever actually brought tears to my eyes...Fucking heart wrenching...)

Matthew Sturges / Bill Willingham - House of Mystery comic series (You would have to read the comics to understand how awesome. Sucks that the ending was rushed as fuck)
>> No. 104083 ID: 798a48
I haven't read anything fiction in a very long time for the same reasons I can't really get into movies or comics anymore. But

Pretty much everyone knows Harlan Ellison for I Have No Mouth, but if you look at any of his short story anthologies or comic adaptations, he's been able to create the sense of a very cruel, unfair, and terrible world that gives a distinctly different vibe from Lovecraft's eldritch horror. Can't say I particularly care for any of his other work, and that includes his TV/movie writing and his essays. He's very much an author I believe who is best read and not seen or heard.

If there is only one story I had to choose that is my favorite, it is Delusion for a Dragon Slayer. I've posted it here before. Unfortunately, I think perhaps it's best that Ellison remains overlooked by increasingly progressive audiences, because I don't have faith that they can grasp the general message behind it. The protagonist's alter ego and his setting are an easy target to get distracted with.

For nonfic essays and/or autobios, I like to read a lot of stuff by veterans, but Andre Dubus is someone I learned about in an old issue of Reader's Digest (a sanitized rehash of 'Digging', from Meditations from a Moveable Chair) around the time early on in life when I realized I just didn't like John Updike's stuff. His son wrote the source material for House of Sand and Fog.

>> No. 104089 ID: ff3c78
I love Harlan Ellison's stuff. The dude is totaly fucking nuts but that's what makes him such a good writer. You have to be a litte crazy to write the kinda stories he does.

Did you ever here his Gopher story?

Once upon a time the head publisher at Signet books pissed off Harlan Ellison so much that he sent the guy 213 bricks and a dead gopher through the mail.
>> No. 104093 ID: 06a0fb
see i only read the novels. I didnt read any Robots short story collections.

Missed this in JD's second post.
>What is your guilty reading pleasure?
No real author per se, but modern vampire fiction. I think vampires in general are the old school zombie, a general bugbear with any sort of power or flaw and anti-hero to outright villanous tendencies to add some kind of dramatic flair to what amounts to otherwise stale and contrived plotlines.

But fuck me if I don't eat that kind of shit up when I'm bored or sick and just looking for books to pound through mindlessly.

Young adult military fiction also. Shit like All you need is Kill, Soldier X, The Ender's Shadow series.

I also forgot, a tossup for favorite book/author combination, could probably replace E. M. Nathanson, The Phantom Warriors series by Gary A. Linderer, about Recondos and LRRPs in Vietnam. Battlefield Memoir's of many different guys, and Linderer himself was an LRRP with the 101st.

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104071 No. 104071 ID: 0c4cdc hide watch quickreply [Reply]
"Sup Faggots,

My name is Ted, and I hate every single one of you. All of you are fat, retarded, no-lifes who spend every second of their day looking at stupid ass pictures of Trump. You are everything bad in the world. Honestly, have any of you ever gotten any banker pussy? I mean, I guess it's fun making fun of people because of your own insecurities, but you all take to a whole new level. This is even worse than jerking off to anchors on MSNBC.

Don't be a stranger. Just hit me with your best shot. I'm pretty much perfect. I'm senator of my state, and get low interest loans whenever I want. What lines of credit do you qualify for, other than 'We'll help build your credit' Discover? I also commit voter fraud, and have a banging hot wife (She just blew me; Shit was SO cash). You are all faggots who should just kill yourselves. Thanks for listening.

Pic Related: It's me and my wife."
>> No. 104073 ID: a569d7
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Lo que hizo la cogida que acaba de puta dice de mí, usted persona que no habla español? I’ll have you know I graduated least crazy in the Florida House of Representatives, and I’ve been involved in several meetings of the Commerce Subcommittee on Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries, and Coast Guard, and I have over 300 confirmed angry staredowns with Charlie Crist. Let us dispel the notion that I did not graduate least crazy in the Florida House of Representatives, and I’ve been involved in several meetings of the Commerce Subcommittee on Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries, and Coast Guard, and I have over 300 confirmed angry staredowns with Charlie Crist. Your hands are tiny.

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103997 No. 103997 ID: 54180e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
This goes out specifically gun owners in the United States, but ideas from gun owners in other countries would certainly be interesting as well. My question is this: would you ever make a real compromise? If we had all sides in the gun debate meet in the middle to include sportsmen, defense "experts" (who is an expert varies so I won’t try and name names), law enforcement, liberals, every side of the argument, and started with a blank slate everything on the table no NFA no Brady bill no nothing and they would give up say (examples here) taking silencers off the NFA, national conceal carry, import bans and other restrictions, for say national background check systems, assault weapons bans, etc. if there was a big trade to take out bad gun laws and give new ones a chance exclusively aimed at criminal deterrence, what would they be? I also know I’m bound to get responses "I’m an American my rights aren’t for sale" even though very clearly that is not the direction things are moving in. At present time I do support the “not one more inch” argument for gun rights because they have been so clearly eroded but an example compromise would be a waiting period on a person’s first gun purchase for X improvement in your state (maybe even nationally) I am sure you the reader can see where I am going with this...
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>> No. 104056 ID: a18c5a
>active criminals
Can former criminals own guns? There is an ungodly number of felonies on the books that have nothing to do with the use or threat of force and should not bar one from the means of self-preservation.
>> No. 104057 ID: 79b400
Yes, depending on the state, felons can have their rights restored after a set amount of time.

I work with this one guy who's 2 years away from being able to get his rights restored. He said first thing he's going to do is buy a shotgun for hunting and self defense, that he's spent the last 5 years worried about being able to defend himself and his loved ones.

That's when I educated him on the legality of felons owning black powder weapons in Florida and steered him toward a Remington 1858 reproduction and quick change cylinders, telling him to practice swapping them out in a hurry. He now keeps it on his nightstand with a couple of cylinders loaded.

Good guy, just made a few mistakes.
>> No. 104060 ID: a18c5a
God damn! Could you fucking imagine?
>BOOM! click. BOOM!
>Vision in tight hallway immediately obscured. Smoke detectors going off.
>Trauma surgeon WTFing at Bumfuck County General.
>New funny Florida Man headline.
>> No. 104061 ID: 356b5c
theres alot I could reply to in this post but the Fuck You was sarcasm :]
I actually appreciate you're long winded replies and pictures you seem to post in every, well post.
even if I may not agree.
>> No. 104092 ID: 6057a8
Here's my gun control "compromise" from a blank-slate country.

1. Treat all firearms as if they are loaded.
2. Never point the firearm at anything you are not willing to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.
4. Be sure of your target and what is beyond it.

Done. That wasn't too bad.

>but muh childrefeelincrimunalrs warglbl blarglblbl
Don't like it? Get the fuck out, then.

>okay though seriously that won't fly
Not one inch.

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