I had to double check, but this video IS on EA’s actual Battlefield channel:

I like Jay-z a lot, and that song is one of his classics… but seriously what a terrible choice of music in the context.

That said, Battlefield 3 is looking pretty sick!

You can pre-order the game now for an October 25th delivery – HERE

Hat tip: Scotty



The artist’s name is Xiau-Fong Wee, you can check out more of her “Animals With Guns” sketches on her website – HERE

Could the anteater one be a new twist on the meme pictured to the left?

I haven’t figured out why almost all of the animals have glasses.  Maybe the artist thought it was funnier that way?



Pretty awkward, but if you like their vids it’s worth the watch:

If you’ve been living under a rock and have no idea who they are, check out their youtube channel – HERE



*Gasp* it’s beautiful…

The machine can handle rifle cartridges from .223 all the way up to .50BMG, you just need to switch out a couple of the parts.

They start at $435 and are available at Giraud Tool – HERE

I love how the brass looks like it’s alive when the pickup wheel is rotating.



Increases tacticalness and deliciousness of anything you put it on by several thousand percent:

Tactical railed mounted thermometer *facepalm* Ahahaha “operators” are standing by… awesome.

It’s obvious that CoiledSnake knows tactical, make sure to subscribe to him on youtube for more vids.

The man has good taste in clothing too, as you can see the ENDO Apparel California Flag RKBA Infringed T-shirt a various points throughout the video.

If there’s a digestive system equivalent to “coal miners lung”, this looks like a great way to get it. :P




Lorem Ipsum is lame… I’ll be using this in site mockups from now on:

Hilarious!  You can try it for your self – HERE

This was one of the quotes I got from the movie Jackie Brown:

Now that there is the Tec-9, a crappy spray gun from South Miami. This gun is advertised as the most popular gun in American crime. Do you believe that shit? It actually says that in the little book that comes with it: the most popular gun in American crime. Like they’re actually proud of that shit.

I assumed that was just fabricated because it makes for a more interesting movie conversation, but I googled the manual and skimmed through it anyway.   If that line does exist I couldn’t find it… maybe there’s another little insert or booklet that comes with Tec-9s that has that “claim to fame” on it?   Let me know in the comments!