The title was promising, but this is disappointing:
From a youtube channel called JestComedy with ~32000 subscribers I expected something actually funny. The attempt at humor is obviously meant to appeal to the anti-gun crowd because none of the stuff anyone said was funny… more to make gun owners look bad.
The types: Talker, Safety Hazard, Guy who thinks his old gun is worth a ton, Zombie Apocalypse guy, cheapskate, lurker know-it-all, MILF, felon, hustler
This video is priceless… it was basically like a 11.5 minute stand up comedy routine. MrColionNoir, you gotta keep it up… these vids are awesome.
In my experience, an important one he forgot is the “off duty cop”. I’ve ran into so many of those trying to tell me this and that (which I was looking at or asking about) is ILLEGAL FOR CIVILIANS! I’m so used to that now I just roll my eyes and try to ignore them. I used to drop knowledge bombs on their asses a couple times until I realized that arguing with someone that IS THE LAW is basically useless.
Note to people who email me videos/articles etc.. whether or not YOU created content has zero bearing on if I will post it or not. If I like it I will post it, I don’t care who made it. I have a lot of people pretending to email me as a 3rd party, and then it comes out later that they created the content. In the end I don’t really care, but it just looks lame, desperate, and has an air of deceit.
FXHummel1 tickles the ivories to the tune of gun store employees’ bad attitudes:
Here’s my ode to gun store employees who have bad attitudes. I do realize they have to deal with idiotic, ignorant customers all the time, but I have seen some genuine jack-assery by salespeople at many gun shops. Thanks to the good gun store employees who treat us with respect!
Lyrics are top notch, he really explores his vocal range in this one as well at around 1:40.
I sure wish he would take my Nordstrom piano performance suggestion from the last post I made… that would be epic.
Seems like for a while there, every night on the news there were pictures of tables full of confiscated guns from Mexican drug gangs. Most of the guns ( predictably often said to have been obtained from the US through the gun show “loophole” or through crooked gun stores ) appeared to be in their factory form.