Inside the book “From My Cold Dead Paws”:

Heh… just when I thought I had seen it all.

The NRA spoof “Feline Rifle Association” seal is a nice touch.

$11 on Amazon – HERE

Most of the pictures in the preview on amazon (and on the cover) actually look like crappy photoshops of cats with guns. I’ve got a lot of actual cats/dogs and guns saved to my hard drive (yes I save crap like that) i’ll have to use in another post sometime.



Behold the rapper:

And the Chinese airsoft gun that bears his name:

You’d think these Chinese replica shops would have at least one American or someone with English as their first language on hand just to run stuff by.

Sadly that AK47 track isn’t available on iTunes. I guess i’ll have to save the FLV off youtube and convert it to pump on my car stereo LOL



Well that’s embarrassing…



This is priceless:

Muzzle Velocity: 4700 sq. ft …. or 4700 ft./min (so 78 ft./sec?  LOLOL )

Range: Approximately 8000 Yards (IF you have the spy scope… but we can’t see it because it’s against national policy)

That guy is one of the best trolls I’ve seen in a long time. Something tells me he might actually believe what he is saying though… which is kind of scary.



Looks like “Bad Guys Inc.” might have some comedy potential.

Speaking of old music redone… I always notice it at Cheesecake Factory. I don’t know what satellite radio station they have it set to, but there is some funny stuff sometimes which sounds like 2pac songs played on the sax, or someone singing a 50 cent song in a jazz style etc… I know a lot of those songs are actually “old”, and rappers just sampled them, but some of the ones I’ve heard there just can’t be old.



Lyrics from a Misfits song, “Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight?” decorate the helmet of Marine Cpl. Jonathan Eckert of Oak Lawn, IL attached to India Battery, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment while on patrol near Forward Operating Base (FOB) Zeebrugge on October 15, 2010 in Kajaki, Afghanistan. The Marines of India Battery, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment are responsible for securing the area near the Kajaki Dam on the Helmand River. (Getty Images / Scott Olson)

Full Photo Set – HERE