This went down a few weeks ago in Oak Harbor, WA:

Unlike the Newtown parent Bill Stevens video I posted, this one was truly off the cuff so in my opinion it was a lot better.

The pure gold starts at 2:07:

  • Councilman: “The gentleman says he carries a weapon ALL the time for protection, can you please ask him if he is armed right now?”
  • Mayor: “I guess the question is, would it matter?”
  • Councilman: “It does to me.”

Lucas-YonkmanIt basically gets 10x more hilarious from that point on, so just watch the video.  That mayor seems like a really cool guy.

The full story over at Island Politics.




UHHHHHHNNN Turn my headphones up:

Rap-NewsKick in the door, waving the M4. <— I liked that line because Kick In The Door is one of my favorite B.I.G joints.  Most of the other lines were anti-gun and Alex Jones like though, so I’m not a big fan of the song.

Hat tip: Russell



The kid has a big mouth, but at the same time I see why he’s upset:

Vallejo, CA – No one likes poor response times.  I’m sure there is likely often a good reason for a call taking 45 minutes to get to, so telling the police you’re pissed off they took so long, and swearing at them as soon as they arrive probably isn’t the best start.

Although the guy did casually swear, the officer did step up to him it appears for no particular reason other than to show who was boss.  Well seconds later we found out who the boss was.  None of it seemed necessary to me, but what do I know.


According to the ABC news story, they were sent the video from a source inside the Vallejo police department.

At least the police report of incident is honest.


Hat tip: Brandon




The Entire NFL collection of present and former players, and all they could get was five?  Yea that’s a fail…

Deion-SandersThey five are: Deion Sanders, Marshall Faulk, Emmitt Smith, Michael Irvin, Ladainian Tomlinson since I know some of you guys are always looking for new people to boycott. :P

This whole demand a plan garbage always was useless, and is becoming even more usless now that they are reaching to every corner of the celebrity world to try and get average people on the bandwagon.  What’s next, the cast of Storage Wars demanding a plan?  PuhLeeze.




Jesse Ingall teaches us how to stunt:


I can’t believe I never considered laser engraving as a way to step my holster game up.  I’ve always been big into tonal color combos.  That engraving appears to just matte the ABS’s regular shiny finish.

I wonder how many holster company biters are going to come out of the woodwork now and jack Jesse’s steez?  The apparatus gets blessed, and suckas get put to rest.




This actually goes down differently than I expected:

The gun control talk starts at 2:22.  This is a textbook example though for two things… one if you’re famous you can get away (or off very light) with pretty much anything (see the details of his arrest NFA Items FTW!  Sentence: 1 year  haha and it wasn’t his first tango with the law…. what a joke), and secondly that criminals do not care what the law is and they are going to do what they want.

Assault-Rifle-Because-I-Am-BlackIf he wasn’t a felon, he’d make a decent spokesperson hahah.  “If the illegals have them, I think the legals MUST have them.”

4:52 – “I know how they play, cause I was playin with em” – T.I. on criminals with guns, and why we should be able to have “assault weapons”.

6:03 – Calling for making it more difficult for non criminals to get guns?  Huh… but you just said…

Rapper-TIJail talk starts up late into 6 minutes, and the whole time I was thinking “yea, as if you were in general population hahah… don’t even front.”… well he does claim at 7:45 he was in general population… so who knows.  I find it hard to believe they would put a 5’8″ loudmouth celebrity with millions of dollars and lots of enemies there, but I don’t know much about prison.


Hat tip: Keith