Bringing modern trolling methods to the 1860s:
Hat tip: Krystian
Hat tip: Krystian
Lords of War brings you inside the intriguing world of historical weaponry as Sean Rich and his team of weapons experts travel across the country in search of the best in antique weapons and militaria. Journey through history as the guys assess, test, and auction the bounties of war.
The schedule and more info over at National Geographic.
Thoughts? Someone watch this and report back! I hope by tomorrow we’re not already calling it “Lords Of DERP”.
Hat tip: Guy
You might recognize the film style from the California Fight To Bear Arms movie they were working on a while back. I’m torn in support this type of “film”… on one hand I hope people who are on the fence, and/or are not familiar with what’s going on will watch it be educated. On the other hand, I lived this entire documentary in real time, and already saw 99% of those news clips because they went viral, so why on earth would I donate $10 (or more) to support the completion of a movie I have already basically seen? Surprisingly enough, the California gun documentary I linked above, did raise 110% of its goal on Kickstarter ($71140) which I find both surprising and impressive.
You can check out the film’s website and donate if you’re feeling generous.
Thoughts? Are you throwing money at your screen, or could you not care less if it ever gets completed?
His offer at 1:55 :
If you are a wounded warrior that has been discharged from the military and you are missing limbs or whatever you got going on. First of all thank you for your service… I am going to train you for free. Tactical Response is here for you even when Wounded Warrior is not.
That is such an amazingly generous offer… It has really been difficult not to like Yeager recently.
As much as I enjoyed the Buck Yeager meme, I am giving it a rest for the time being. Sure I may bring it back, but I think this good guy Yeager one needs to get some air for a while. Click HERE for a blank meme picture so you can make your own up on this video or future videos and share it in the comments.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Wounded Warrior debacle, you can check out my brief post covering the hypocrisy of it on MILcentric.
I’ve seen worse trailers. This one was easy on the eyes at least. Not surprised they are still milking the Back In Black song.
With around 2 weeks until launch date, it’s pretty obvious that the Call of Duty guys are going to beat us to death with teasers and trailers for a while.
You can pre-order Black Ops II at Amazon for $59.
Hat tip: Andy
An inventor from Northern Ontario, Canada who’s hell bent on constructing a RoboCop suit to make Canadian military troops invincible in war. Here’s a glimpse of the saga of Troy Hurtubise – the man, the dreamer, the legend.
I love how his inspiration came from Robocop. Interesting how he was willing to give the technology over to the Canadian government and they couldn’t care less apparently. If what he has is as good as he says it is, i’m surprised some big American outfit hasn’t come knocking. I’m glad to see he hasn’t given up.
Thoughts? Is he nuts, or does he actually have something?
Hat tip: Jay