“Hollywood overkill of the sideways gangsta shooting method encouraged many modern hoods to look for a less trendy but equally cool-looking technique for offin’ someone,’” wrote freelancer Marian Ayoob in Handguns’ September cover story, entitled “Better To Look Good Than To Shoot Good.” “Over the last three months, holding a gun completely upside down has become the predominant method used by stylish gangstas whom, as they say, ‘be fixin’ to put a cap in a [person's] dome.’”
Full hilarious article – HERE
The best parts are the
Massad Marian Ayoob quotes.
A ballet for men is a ballet with Tanks. “The Invincible and the Legendary,” a theatrical performance directed by the president of the national ballet academia (which includes the world-famous Bolshoi Theater), debuted at The First International Forum Engineering Technologies 2010. It featured “dancing” tanks in a coordinated, and often, bizarre display.
Full story on Popular Mechanics’ website – HERE
Pretty cool. Serious lack of explosions though, so I lost interest at about the one minute mark.
Needs more BOOMSTICK!
Slow motion footage FTW! This is Pretty awesome.
The video appears to be for the song “Ritalin” by Dancing Pigeons… I had not heard of them before, but they have my attention now… actually they had me at “flamethrower”.
Behold this Hi-Point:
Looks like someone decided to make a hell of a statement on their “uniqueness”. I think I puked a little in the back of my mouth. LOL
I’m going to go out on a limb and even say that it looks like someone attached a gold link chain to the upper part of the backstrap under the slide. Could this be some sort of quasi retention lanyard for a pimp? Your guess is as good as mine.
I don’t mind seeing people stipple and pattern their grips for a more aggressive texture, but seeing those useless bedazzled looking holes drilled in the slide just breaks my heart even on a Hi-Point.
Source: PAFOA (long thread but worth it… it answers some of our questions about the horror of what happened)
Thanks for the updated link Shawn.
This would make quick work of SpongeBob’s own pineapple under the sea home.
I like when pictures are incorporated into camouflage.