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105182 No. 105182 ID: 8be205 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
it's late but happy bin laden's dead day.
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>> No. 105219 ID: 94b3dd
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In Colorado, April has been swinging from warm days of 60s and 70s interspersed with snow. We had snow for the weekend. Last weekend was nice (around 70 degrees), but the weekend before that was a snow storm that made April one of the snowiest in Denver's history. As of Saturday 4/30, the total snowfall for last month stood at 15.6 inches, as recorded at Denver International Airport — far above the April average of 8.9 inches.

So far in the 2015-16 season, the Weather Service has recorded 72.8 inches, making it the 26th snowiest since 1882-83. The most recent season with more snow was 2012-13, which recorded 78.4 inches. The snowiest season ever recorded was in 1908-09, with 118.7 inches. http://www.denverpost.com/weathernews/ci_29835502/april-snow-totals-denver-near-records-winter-lingers

The snow may well continue into May as has happened before, but it is unusual for Denver to Colorado Springs. There are days where it was 70 degrees and the temperature fell 40 degrees and we had snow at night, but the snow would melt the next day with warm weather of 70 degrees. Sure, it snows a lot in the Rocky Mountains just west of us; it's supposed to snow in the mountains.
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Anyway, back to Blast bin Laden Day.
Despair and die with all your imbecilic and vile minions and all religiously-inspired terrorists and violent theocrats.
>> No. 105223 ID: 70d38f
>>105213 >>105214 >>105219
Yeah, that's about what I'd expect from around that time usually, but of course not from some country like Texas for all I know. The spring is a bit late this year. About 20 years ago I lived in place where we had a snow in the middle of June - that was a very rare but possible occasion.

>>105220
The funny thing is to realize that people are holding the portrait of former CIA associate. The relationships between definitions of "terrorism" and "freedom fighting" has always been the most intriguing part of expansionism of liberal democratic values.
>> No. 105224 ID: 82a3e8
  >>105223
>The funny thing is to realize that people are holding the portrait of former CIA associate. The relationships between definitions of "terrorism" and "freedom fighting" has always been the most intriguing part of expansionism of liberal democratic values.
The movie Charlie Wilsons War is a great shortened version to how the US fucked up.

Good movie too
>> No. 105351 ID: 634497
>>105224

Fantastic movie.


No. 105180 ID: 1aea9c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
  I hate picky eaters. Nothing is worse to a server short of not tipping and genocide, than a picky eater. That's exactly how I'd rate them in terms of travesties: genocide, not tipping, being a picky eater. It's like a shortcut you can take to ruin dinner. And no, that's not hyperbole, your meal will be quite literally ruined even if you're not the one being picky because of all the anxiety your choosy dinner companion has.

You can't have a normal dinner conversation with picky eaters because they're constantly wringing their hands, worried that the server may have included some ingredient that they might find slightly unpalatable. Oh no!

I think being a pain-in-the-ass when it comes to food has to do with people who are jealous of other people's allergies. Nothing needs extra consideration when it comes to meal-time like someone who has a legitimate allergy. This extra attention they receive when ordering makes some people jealous, so they concoct some special laundry-list of foods they won't eat (and it's important to note here that they can eat it, they just won't). They think that they're delicate and special and unique, so their order has to be customized to an excrutiating degree of specificity. News flash:

You're not that special.
You can eat the same food everyone else eats, you can breathe the same air everyone else breathes and you can drink the same water. You're not so unique that you have to make exceptions for every little thing you order in a restaurant. Want to know how I know that about you, the faceless reader who's reading this sentence? Because I know you're human and all humans have the same basic physiology. Yes, I know there are exceptions, but you're not one of them. If you are one of those people who has extreme dietary restrictions, we'd know because A) you'd be in an iron lung or B) you'd be announcing that you're vegan every few minutes like clockwork. Nobody cares.

Next time you want to be a picky asshole in a restaurant and customize your order to the Nth degree, do everyone a favor and stay home. If you need attention that badly, go join a circus. That way you can have the spotlight on you at all times, and at least you won't be wasting anyone's time at a restaurant. You'll have a stadium full of people to do that to. Being in a circus is a picky eater's dream.

So in conclusion, eat shit.

http://maddox.xmission.com/c.cgi?u=special_orders
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Almost forgot the Carne Asada Fries.
>> No. 105303 ID: 8be205
>>105299
>>105300
>>105301
Jesus christ, how delicious
>> No. 105304 ID: cd6a75
>>105284
I was under the impression you ate it all disheveled like that, not mixed together like in the last pic. That's fine.

>tendon and tripe
>weird
>> No. 105305 ID: 94b3dd
  >>105296
Jesus, that's a big cut of meat to wolf down.
Here's Furious Pete scarfing down a 120 oz (7.5 lbs or 3.4 kg) steak. Looks to be a T-bone roast. He must eat it all within one hour, or must pay $250 if he doesn't finish.
America's Most Expensive Food Challenge - 120oz Steak https://youtu.be/hqB_TTCE-3U
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>>105304
Fried tripe is one of my favorite foods of all time. Sweetbreads and offal are delicious when properly prepared.


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105262 No. 105262 ID: 4b268a hide watch quickreply [Reply]
If you were to found and lead a local militia how would you go about it?

What kind of standards would members have to meet if any? Things like fitness standards, grooming standards, do you let in that tattoo'd up dude even though he is super nice? Do you have requirements for attendance to meetings? Would you go as far to force a standard uniform or even weapon/caliber?

What would your objectives be? Disaster relief? Charity work? Preparation for NWO/zombies/Illuminati/Aliens? Just some group for people to get together and do rifle drills?

If you were not a prep group would you allow preppers in?
>> No. 105263 ID: 254d85
  >militias
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>>105263
>tfw ISIS/ISIL has their own Carls...
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Personally I would only group up with people I've vetted in my mind - pretty much people I've hung out with and deemed safe enough. Pretty much all the GA OPERATORs are good to go and my friends and neighbor.

We'd be training to fortify our neighborhood by blocking and setting up guard for the entrances to the neighborhood and. Everyone manage their own ammo but do take a rough inventory of what kind of ammo everyone uses and group them together or post them near each other.


No. 105163 ID: db411e hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Gladiformers


No. 104976 ID: 1aea9c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Atomic Annie is the biggest baddest piece of artillery the US Military ever deployed – 84 feet long, 84 tons, and with a 280mm caliber to the cannon. Oh, and it’s nuclear.

Officially known as the M65 Atomic Cannon, Annie was fired just once for testing.

Annie launched her almost 5-foot-long, 850 pound nuclear artillery shell. Nine seconds later, and just over seven miles away, “the shell that could wipe out an enemy division exploded on target with a roaring violence equal to 15,000 tons of TNT,” launching a massive mushroom cloud that could be seen for miles. The “milestone in military history and in the advancement of nuclear weaponry” erupted in a “churning mass of heat and flame that surrounded the core of the atomic fireball.” Flares launched from the ground were used to show just how high the cloud went up into the air.

And it was all caught on video.

Annie and the other 19 M65 Atomic Cannons spent more than a decade as the front line deterrent against a Soviet invasion, with many experts crediting the nuclear cannon as being the deciding factor that stopped the Soviets from storming across the borders in overwhelming numbers.After serving in that role for more than a decade, they were replaced by more advanced tactical nuclear missiles.

You can still see the gargantuan 85 weapon with its 10-foot-long barrel at the Fort Sill army base in Lawton, Oklahoma. A plaque attached to a commemorative rock alongside the 280MM motorized gun and its transporters details the rise of “Atomic Annie.”

The gun was developed in the 1950s by the American government over a period of eight years, with a prototype even making its way into the procession of President Eisenhower’s inauguration. On May 25, 1953, at 8:31 am, over 3,000 military spectators watched from 5,000 yards away as the world’s first atomic artillery round was shot across the desert rock of the Nevada Test Site.

After the successful test, 20 of the atomic cannons were produced, each at a cost of $800,000 dollars. They were sent to Europe and Korea, but never saw action.
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>> No. 105093 ID: 8be205
>>105091
>That said, critical mass is critical mass, so the thing would still weigh a fuckload. But yes, a "briefcase bomb" is quite possible.

Hypothetically...

All you need is 4-5 grams each deuterium and tritium, and a thick-enough walled hollow plutonium sphere and a two lens PETN or faster velocity high explosive in the lenses and then you've got a suitcase bomb. You could certainly make one the size of rolling carryon luggage. The cost to develop it without needing the cryogenically cooled hydrogen isotopes and thin enough boron shielding in the casing around the plutonium pit would make it cost prohibitive to all but actor states but it's easily doable.

It's just a MADM that could use lighter weight assembly materials as mush as possible because it doesn't need to be air-drop delivered but "hand" delivered in a car or truck or wheeled in on a dolly
>> No. 105095 ID: 50cd85
>>105082

A co-worker dealt with these. They were absurd contrivances, per his descriptions.

He has a tailfin assembly as an oversized ashtray in the shop I helped build for him.
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The concept that a few gimmicks like nuclear artillery keeping the Soviets from steamrolling through Western Europe seems minuscule compared to the serious threats of the main battlefield nuclear weapons like rockets, missiles and bombers as well as the strategic nuclear forces that would probably get called in to drop the big city-killers in order to affect the war (stop the fighting, retaliate against tactical nuclear weapons being used, or escalate to total nuclear war).

Besides, the Soviets, after acquiring so much territory after WW2 and later controlling China (until their relationship soured in the 1960s), they were content to foment, support and supply communist revolutions around the world rather than direct military confrontation with the Western and capitalist powers.

- US Convair B-36 "Peacemaker", a United States Air Force (USAF) strategic bomber operated from 1949 to 1959.
The B-36 was the largest mass-produced piston engine aircraft ever made. It had the longest wingspan of any combat aircraft ever built, at 230 ft (70.1 m). The B-36 was the first bomber capable of delivering any of the nuclear weapons in the U.S. arsenal from inside its four bomb bays without aircraft modifications. With a range of 10,000 mi (16,000 km) and a maximum payload of 87,200 lb (39,600 kg), the B-36 was the world's first manned bomber with an unrefueled intercontinental range. The B-36 was the primary nuclear weapons delivery vehicle of the Strategic Air Command (SAC) until it was replaced by the jet powered Boeing B-52 Stratofortress (which first became operational in 1955). The B-36 set the standard for range and payload for subsequent U.S. intercontinental bombers. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convair_B-36_Peacemaker
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Although the use of small 1 kiloton neutron bombs (enhanced radiation bombs) were planned to be used by 8-inch (203mm) and 6-inch (155mm) artillery to blunt Soviet attacks into NATO. The idea was to use small nukes that produce a lot of radiation but little blast damage on the territory of West Germany to stop an enemy advance. The West Germans balked that they would get hammered with nukes in order to save them from a conventional attack.

- U.S. Army M110 howitzers in a 1984 REFORGER staging area before transport. Variants of this "dual capable" nuclear artillery howitzer would launch the W79 neutron bomb.
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An American eight-inch W33 nuclear artillery shell. This warhead had a number of different yield options (e.g., five kilotons). It could be fired from any standard eight-inch (203mm) howitzer (e.g., the M110 or M115)


No. 105077 ID: ae87b5 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  This guy's got jokes.

http://www.defense.gov/About-DoD/Biographies/Biography-View/Article/614392/general-mark-a-milley
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>>105077
Even though it was in jest, you know that young man pooped a little bit.
>> No. 105151 ID: edd03a
>>105134

An MG did that to me one time, and it wasn't in jest.

I took a long hike and contemplated my future that afternoon.
>> No. 105152 ID: 82a3e8
Ill admit, I had a sensible chuckle.

Especially the "Ok, I got 4 stars, he has two, this kid has none. You got the day off" lol
>> No. 105157 ID: f49edb
  This speech keeps generating more lols.

He said the wars of the future would be fought against little green men. Conspiracy nuts go wild.
>> No. 105158 ID: 82a3e8
>>105157
I was talking about that with my friend.

I laughed hysterically imagining a government censor in the back ground just absolutely panicking.


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105142 No. 105142 ID: 6663b1 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Why does this shit seem to happen like twice a week? Are two year olds really more dangerous than niggers? Its seems pretty unlikely that an accident with such ridiculously long odds would randomly occur so often, I bet at least half of these are rigged
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2016/04/27/driver-fatally-shot-child-back-seat/83584372/
MILWAUKEE — One day after Patrice Price was accidentally shot to death by her 2-year-old son while driving, her friends and family gathered to remember her as a woman who loved her children.

"She loved shopping, she loved dancing, she loved her kids. She loved looking fabulous," said her sister Cherneice Stewart.

The 26-year-old Milwaukee woman was driving her boyfriend's car when a gun slid out from under the driver's seat and her son picked it up and fired it from the backseat. The bullet went through the driver's seat and hit Price in the back about 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Adding to the tragedy was the fact Price had borrowed a car from her boyfriend, a security guard, because hers had been stolen four days earlier. When her car was stolen, the car seats for her sons — the 2-year-old and a 1-year-old — were also stolen, said Stewart.

Deputies found her boyfriend's security guard gun belt on the floor of the front passenger seat, and a .40-caliber gun on the floor of the back seat behind the driver's seat, according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office.


USA TODAY
Mom accidentally shot by gang of 4-year-olds with MAC-11s & 30 round clips
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>> No. 105149 ID: 82a3e8
Kids die in 5 gallon buckets and bath tubs.

Safe to assume one will get lucky and off their parent/parents.


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105047 No. 105047 ID: ae87b5 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Who wants to OPERATE?

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/now-hiring-doe-nuclear-materials-couriers-curtis-johnson

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/430239900

As a Nuclear Materials Courier, you

Serve as a member of a highly specialized armed protective force that is responsible for the safe and secure transportation of classified and/or hazardous materials including nuclear weapons, components, test assemblies, and strategic quantities of weapons-grade special nuclear materials. This involves the operation of Government-owned motor vehicles, including tractor-trailers.

Integrate many processes and methods in the fields of security; health and safety; emergency management; and law enforcement, including tactical operations to respond to a multitude of possible natural and/or man-made threats to the safety and security of sensitive, dangerous, and extremely valuable cargo.

Participate in security planning prior to trip departures; assess multiple issues and factors related to shipment security during convoy operations; coordinate with other Federal, state or local law enforcement agencies and first responders concerning the investigation of potential criminal or terrorist acts or activities that could be considered a threat to the mission.Will be armed to provide the force necessary, up to and including the use of deadly force, to prevent theft, sabotage or takeover by unauthorized persons or groups.

Respond quickly and effectively to environmental, resource, and safety and security issues that may arise unexpectedly in the course of mission operations.
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>> No. 105118 ID: d8bff7
Being a government tool and tax leech is exactly the opposite of being OPERATOR. Real OPERATORS have the freedoms and are nobody's bitch.

>>105096
These people drink because they've essentially given up on life.
They've exchanged any possibility of success in life for a guaranteed five figure paycheck, modest pension, cradle to grave health insurance, retiring on a budget, etc. A long, boring forgettable lifetime is assured for these folks, unless the tedium makes them drink themselves to death which it often does. They play act at OPERATOR to make themselves feel better, but they aren't fooling anyone not even themselves.
>> No. 105119 ID: ae87b5
>>105118

That sounds good and all but you really didn't think it through. What OPERATORs are you talking about that aren't state sponsored or initially state trained?
>> No. 105126 ID: eb6622
>>105119
If you got the same McArmy training that 10 million other cub scouts also got then you're not some sort of uniquely operating flower.
>> No. 105140 ID: 958e3e
  Sometimes drivers aren't so careful.
>> No. 105141 ID: 958e3e
>>105140
Why the fuck don't liveleak embeds ever work?
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=002_1446585375


No. 105069 ID: 1aea9c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  College Kids Say the Darndest Things: On Identity
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>>105078
>he is a republican

A surprising amount of younger Republicans, atleast from what I've seen, are pretty socially liberal. Now most aren't to the point of calling some white manlet to be a 6 foot something chinese woman who can't drive (he/she didn't say that but its implied) but are cool with gay rights and non-fucktarded tranny rights (because transmissions are people too no matter whats under the hood).

>What a sad world we live in where we cannot even have this as a discussion topic without people screaming at you out of anger.

HEY FUCK YOU YOU GODDAMN PIECE OF CUNT MONKEY BOLOGNA SHIT BALLS ASS CLOWN N-WORD JIM HOW DARE YOU DISCUSS A TOPIC I DISAGREE OR AGREE WITH SHIT!!!!!1!!!!! 1!!!!! !!!! !!!

Nah but seriously, yeah. People do take things WAY too personally and act like its personal attack just having a differing opinion. I mean I can kinda see anger of difference in opinions that effect ones rights, like anti-gun people wanting to take away our rights to have a consensual relationship with a firearm and anti-gayyers allowing two chicks that look like dudes to confuse your dick, but even minor shit seems to turn into a bunch of bullshit.

I know I'm not immune to that shit as I've demonstrated before so I can kinda see where it comes from sometimes. Still people just need to calm down about differences of opinion and if you don't agree with that then FUCK YOU!!!!!!!
>> No. 105084 ID: 072b94
Maybe people are just so afraid of the mentally ill that they are surrendering so they don't get bludgeoned and eaten by them?
>> No. 105090 ID: 7d1c98
This video is just the interviewer doing one giant strawman and changing the goalposts and a bunch of other stupid fallacies I can't be assed to remember the names of.

Point is, he starts with one topic, then illogically jumps to other completely irrelevant types of questioning just so he can try to look clever. It's like the video equivalent of those annoying as fuck webcomics where the author always 'wins'.
>> No. 105107 ID: 8be205
>>105090
oh, so it's randall munroe or the dude from dresden codak in "journalist" form.
>> No. 105139 ID: 9723b1
>>105090
>>105107
Butthurt.

His point is to prove what shitty 20-something college students are "fine with" in terms of reality denial, and how fucking terrified they are of offending someone by disagreeing.

Claiming that if someone simply says they're a woman, it actually makes them a woman is just one extremely destructive example.


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104796 No. 104796 ID: 7188a3 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
tl;dr what fun surprises would you fill a fake dog with?

I've always considered myself lucky that I'm a cat person and neither own nor have any immediate intention of owning a dog. One less thing the alphabet soup squad can wreck when they deliver their 5am no-knock. It's still piss in my cheerios when I hear them shooting some housepet, though, as if all that desert storm loadout they invariably kit up with is somehow dangerously vulnerable to dog bites, but I digress.

I then got the idea of having a fake dog (or something similar like a staked chain leading into an empty doghouse) as a decoy just for such an occasion. I just liked the humor of some mallninja explaining to his superiors how he dynamically ventilated a very threatening straw yorkie. Then it suddenly occurred to me how lolzy it would be if I swapped the straw for tannerite.

Unfortunately, that's highly illegal because tannerite can't be stored once it's mixed, but I like the idea. What other crap would you fill an ATF decoy with? I'm thinking hydrogen sulfide or maybe putrescine.
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>> No. 105046 ID: 79b400
If I ever became a police officer, would it be in bad taste to engrave the slide of my Glock with "The Dog Whisperer"?
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>>105046
Yes, but you should do it anyway. Bonus style points if done on a timberwolf frame.
>> No. 105129 ID: 5d583f
>>105046

Well, one cop killed a guy and he had "You're fucked" on his dust cover so.
>> No. 105130 ID: 264203
>>105129
How about "Cesar Milan?"


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