Made by some AR15.com members:
Looks relevant to my (our) interests.
Jason Statham usually delivers the action, so I’m sure this movie will be no exception.
The movie poster is pretty awesome! (click it to enlarge)
Artist Michael Tompert takes Apple’s products and wrecks them with blowtorches, sledgehammers, handsaws and handguns. His large-scale prints of the detritus are surprisingly colorful and beautiful.
“It’s an alternate viewpoint,” explained Tompert at a preview of his first gallery show, which opens in San Francisco today. “They’re beautiful inside. They’re beautiful when you open them up.”
How he did it:
So point blank with some weak-ass cardboard covering, and no gloves…. Nice… real nice. I wonder if he even had on safety glasses?
Some people… *shakes head*. Live to dodge Darwin another day Michael…
Hat tip: CultOfMac
Paramilitary troops are training young girls in weaponry, in India’s northern Jammu and Kashmir state. Attacks by armed separatists in the region are frequent.
Good to see some foreign girls holdin’ it down.
Looks like that one girl (0:26) needs to pump some more iron before she will be able to work that charging handle properly though.
The resident said he observed an unknown person leave the package and called police, according to the police report.
The officer said he could see the package was clearly labeled with the Amazon.com logo and asked the man if he had ordered anything from the firm recently.
The man reportedly said “Why yes, I did.”
The officer told the resident his order had arrived. The resident then said he was comfortable opening the box. The officer then left the scene, according to the report.
Now that’s what I call serving and protecting! I imagine police deal with so many dumb things like this on a daily basis which never even make the paper.
The amazon motto of “and you’re done” sounds like a threat in context of this article.