If it involves slow motion footage and a gun it’s automatically WIN in my eyes.
Family Matters meets Call Of Duty:
Be Carl Winslow, and take care of business on the PS3.
YouTube won’t let me embed these videos, so here is the link to the playlist:
- Will gets shot at around 5:24
- Carlton gets yelled at for not wanting to put up with bullshit from criminals at around 9:50
- Carlton comes back for some more, from will this time at 5:10 (in the 2nd part)
Moral of the story: The police will protect us. The legal system works. There is no reason a regular person should need a gun.
Classic California right there…
Will’s crying was a nice touch too. hahah
Hat tip: Ernestthing
Estonian sculptor Mati Karmin collect corroded mine shells off the Northern coast of Estonia and especially the islands, which during the years of occupation were an almost inaccessible border zone. The mines are basically spheres with holes, spireks and shackles. Karmin got inspired by these mines and started to collect them.
Lots more examples of his work – HERE
That toilet looks terrifying!
Looks like he is getting ready to fire a hand grenade:
I dub the system “BUGS” – BackUp Grenade Slingshot.
I wonder what the story behind the picture is? Doesn’t seem sophisticated enough to be Russian… probably some Taliban jury rigging.
When I told my mom Toby Keith was coming out with a new album, she was excited. She has the rest of his albums, and my parents have seen him in concert a few times. When I told her the name of the new album was related to my blog, and I was going to write a post about it, she was excited again.
Although I don’t normally listen to anything other than rap, I can appreciate all types of music. As far as country music goes I’d have to say Toby Keith is one of my favorites.
Not only does he play a mean guitar, and have a great voice, he also puts a lot of effort into supporting our troops.
The title track doesn’t disappoint:
The reviews on the internet seem to be very positive. I thought it was pretty funny how even in the great review the Washington Post gave it, the writer had to get an anti-gun dig in by calling the album “regrettably titled”… that’s coming from a guy with a hyphenated surname. I’m imagining an argument the writer had with his wife, who told him that when they got married he had to get rid of his guns and take her last name. Finally, she agreed to compromise and let him keep his maiden name only if he added hers.. but the guns HAD to go.
Buy ‘Bullets In The Gun’ on Amazon for $10 – HERE