A ninja, a fake gun, and some fart humor… what’s not to like?
Source – White Ninja Comics
I was always more of an Adobe Photoshop guy. I find MS paint awkward at best. It’s obvious by the video that the interface and tools are not limiting to some people.
That guy should seriously get a 3D design program such as Dassault Solidworks or Autodesk Inventor and apply those skills to 3D modeling.
Check out his other MS paint gun videos on his YouTube page – HERE
Thanks to Michael K. for the link!
When it comes to ones that have guns in them, I’d like to think this takes the cake… But I’m probably wrong:
IMDB page – HERE
Buy DVD over at Amazon – HERE
Oh if only I would have followed his 3 steps to success:
1) Attend AAC Silencer Shoot
2) Place bid on Bushmaster ACR silent auction
3) Win and PROFIT
Pretty sweet profit so far considering Bushmaster’s MSRP is $3061
No telling what the bid will be up to closer to the auction end date of May 30.
I don’t know how much he actually paid for the ACR in the silent auction, but the post on Advanced Armament’s Blog states that $7500 was raised during the auction. Considering the Bushmaster ACR was not the only product in the silent auction, I think its safe to say that at the current bid, Jesse is already more than doubling his money. On top of that, the auction doesn’t even include the sweet AimPoint CompM4 and Suppressor that came on his ACR!!!!
According to the details in the auction:
As part of an agreement with a large private collector, I am offering this rifle to the General Public before it is stored in a large walk-in safe forever. This rifle is being offered to the General Public for a ONE TIME ONLY event, once this auction has ended the rifle will be either turned over to the Winning Bidder, or it will go to the private collector. The reserve is set at the private collector’s firm offer. If the reserve is beat, the rifle will go to the winning bidder.
Anyone feeling generous? Email me if you want my FFL info
I posted about Leonard Embody (kwikrnu as he is known on various internet forums) and his AK-47 pistol open carry incident and the subsequent court complaint filed by him for the violation of his 4th Amendment rights etc..
Originally I was unaware of all his past shenanigans, so my article when I first reported on the AK-47 incident back in December of 2009 I was very sympathetic. Months later, after reading more and more about him, my opinion did a 180.
If you are unfamiliar with Leonard, Linoge from WallsOfTheCity has a comprehensive outline of all Leonard’s escapades, with links to the relevant forum posts and news stories – HERE
TCA 39-17-1314 City laws regulating guns preempt state laws if they were made before April 8, 1986. (TN State Law)
Title 11 Chapter 6 section 602 specifically states the carry of an army or navy model pistol is an exception, and it must be carried openly in the hand not in a holster. (Belle Meade Ordinances)
The result? He caused a bit of a stir and recently ended up getting his carry permit revoked. I think he got off easy, considering his 1851 is a replica, and not the real thing.
In an article in today’s Nashville CityPaper, the mayor Gray Thornburg said the following:
Embody found a loophole in the law that allowed him to carry the military-style weapon, and the city is amending the law to take off the out of date exemption. We’re deleting that particular part which is very, very old. Historically, everybody had that in there.
According to the CityPaper article, the deletion of the law will go before the commission today Wednesday (today?) on a second and final reading, where it will either be approved or deferred.
I had to chuckle when I read the “military-style” part of the mayor’s comment, considering this is what the gun looks like:
Well I’m glad to report today that the case was dismissed, and here are some words from the man himself:
I was arrested and my house raided for allegedly pulling someone over with a red light and badge somewhere in or near Santa Rosa. None of what was found at the scene of the alleged crime was found in my possession – yet prosecution commenced.
Trouble is I was 100 miles away in Sacramento that entire day with multiple witnesses, Cellphone GPS records, phone calls, and text messages, and signed credit charge receipts to prove it.
Source – Calguns.net
It will be interesting to hear more about this story. I’m still curious as to why he was on the sheriff’s violent crimes unit radar in the first place.
By the sounds of it, Ben is going to be bringing a lawsuit of his own to those that tried to smear his good name.
Thanks to Kestryll and DavidC from Calguns for letting me know.
To Quote DavidC, when I asked about solid proof the case was dismissed:
Journalists seldom report when someone’s name is cleared, but they sure are quick to drag someone through the mud when they are accused.
I think that really rings true in mainstream media. I try to “make right” whenever possible on my blog when it comes to situations like this. I can think of nothing worse then being proven innocent, or having the charges dropped, and a majority of people still thinking you were guilty just because they were not informed. Hopefully we will see some coverage from the big news stations that reported on the original arrest, but I’m definitely not holding my breath.