I posted about Steve Lee a couple of times in the past (HERE and HERE) because of his “I Like Guns” song.
This video and song has a different tone to it though. Steve seems VERY sedated in this one … Maybe those oppressive Australian gun laws are getting the best of him?
I thought the original “I like Guns” song was catchy, and the video was neat to watch. This song though is just flat out depressing… excuse me while I go finish off my bucket of Coldstone ice cream while sobbing and reminiscing of a time when gun laws were not so restrictive.
For the love of god, cheer up Steve.
While I’m picking apart the video, I figured it was worth mentioning I thought it was odd that at 1:55 min he takes his cocked revolver (finger on the trigger) and points it at the roof while singing and not paying attention. Then the next scene after that he’s shooting at metal popper targets from probably about 5 yards away, where he hits his first target.. then blatantly puts the next shot high into the (particle board?) backstop. Not that it’s a big deal that he missed (I miss all the time), I just thought it was funny to include in the video.
Dismounted Soldiers often carry heavy combat loads that increase the stress on the body leading to potential injuries. With a HULC exoskeleton, these loads are transferred to the ground through powered titanium legs without loss of mobility.
Gotta love technology. Might as well just go one step further and in case every soldier in an IronMan style climate controlled bulletproof suit; I’m sure that’s coming.
HULC website – HERE
The first episode of the Cat Shit One animated series is out, and blog reader Adam S was awesome enough to send it over for me to check out.
Here are my thoughts on it:
- The animation and physics are incredible… It’s basically like a grownups version of Toy Story, but with animals and guns.
- The camera angles in the animation are really neat as well, and really add to the viewing experience.
- Sound effects and music are top notch.
- One discrepancy I did note, is that the rabbit’s hearing protection is always at the side of their face, not where their ears are… not a big deal though.
The main rabbit character “Packy” has what looks like an m4, but it takes AK mags… a lot of people think that was a mistake, but it’s not. The rifle exists and is made by Knights Armament Company, model: KAC SR-47
Not that much happens in this 20 minute first episode, but I’m sure the story will develop more in the remaining episodes.
Cat Shit One Wikipedia page – HERE
Buy the first 3 graphic novels on Amazon if your interested here:
Have any of you guys seen it yet? If so, what did you think?
In case you’re wondering where shes from… she was the Playboy “Playmate Of The Year” in 2007.
Hahahah she did NOT like that flame thrower. She really seemed to have fun shooting everything else though, and actually seemed to hold her own for the most part.
Sara Underwood’s Wikipedia page – HERE
Hat Tip: Aaron
Meet Seth Kinman, A California Hunter and Trapper who lived in the 1800s:
By today’s standards he looks pretty eccentric. Back then he was considered to be pretty eccentric too… If there is one thing you will come away from this article learning, it is that try as you will… you will never be as badass as him.
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