Singer Marc Anthony, Robert De Niro, shock jock Howard Stern and supermarket mogul John Catsimatidis. Billionaire Donald Trump and his son, Donald Jr.; celebrity lawyer David Breitbart, and artificial-heart inventor Robert Jarvik can also carry steel, police records reveal. Mets third-baseman David Wright has a permit to keep a gun in his city penthouse. Martha Stewart’s daughter, radio host Alexis Stewart, also has a permit.

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The best part of the story was “It’s unclear why (Marc) Anthony wanted the permit” …. Let me hazard a guess, maybe because he wants to carry a gun? :P

Nice to hear Donald and his boy are taking advantage of their status and being decent Americans. I actually wouldn’t be surprised if Trump carried around some sort of gaudy .50 Desert Eagle (DEAGLE) with diamonds all over it. His taste is pretty lavish judging by his Penhouse condo they show on each season of ‘The Apprentice’.

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09-28-2010

Dubbed “The Quiver Of Death”:

Designed to carry 1000 rounds of belted 7.62 ammo with 75 rounds in the chute connecting the backpack to the weapon.

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09-28-2010

Play as a soldier in the bloody missions of World War II. You and the members of your squad were sent to Paris, France with only one mission: Kill Nazis. On the way to destination spot, the plane was shot down. Every one, except for the sergeant, managed to escape the burning plane and hide in the woods. You are a loyal and courageous soldier so you must help the sergeant. That is the start of your first mission and a long bloody way to victory.

100 Nazi Scalps – Only $99 cents on iTunes – HERE

I would have thought a game like that would have been banned the second it was in the queue at Apple. Guess not?

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09-28-2010

It was bound to happen sooner or later:

Unsurprisingly it looks like it is going to be awesome! My shoulder hurts just watching the trailer.

Pretty awesome that this one is coming out on Blu-ray too.

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09-28-2010

That suit is screaming for one M134 Mini-gun to be strapped to each arm, fed by 10k worth of ammo in a backpack.

That’s what I would call a good replacement for the SAW.

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09-28-2010

Invented by NASA Engineer Lonnie Johnson in 1989, reaping in more than $200 million in sales to date.

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