Become A Gunsmith

Seen in this Google Ad:

Stay classy Google.  :P

I’m actually surprised that ad is allowed.  Not only for the obvious suicide negative connotations, but I remember making google ads up a while back and I seem to recall there were restrictions in place against using a gun in your ad.

I’m not going to post the website that ad links to, because it appears to one of those obvious info harvesting type of sites.  I could be wrong though, maybe it’s legit?  If they can’t even find  a proper gun to make up an ad though I hightly doubt it.  The link is written on the picture if you want to check it out.

Any of you guys ever pay for an online gunsmithing course?  Was it useful?

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Ryan H December 7, 2011 at 01:51 am

What the f*** is that? My only guess as to how the gun graphic was snuck-in is thanks to pattern recognition and image analysis failing to identify composite or restructured 2d images. Basically, the image doesn’t match a blacklist, so it gets approved. I use a simple trick, like mirroring video, when I stream to avoid detection and it fools it the same way.

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Crunkleross December 7, 2011 at 02:13 pm

The revolver depicted is bound to be the fine craftsmanship of an online gunsmithing school graduate.

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Frank December 8, 2011 at 12:16 am

I have a quick question.
How does the implication of suicide and blog called “Everyday No Days Off” make sense?

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ObsidianOne December 13, 2011 at 02:21 am

Is that a Nagant revolver? I think it is… Don’t think I’d use that one to off myself, ammo is too expensive.

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BRIAN September 2, 2012 at 07:56 pm

OMG..I FOUND THIS AD HILARIOUS WHEN I SAW IT….LOL

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