destroyed

This goes exactly how you’d assume.  These guys definitely watched some Ryan’s World unboxing vids with their kids and were like “PuHLEEEEZE Chief can we do one and put it up on the YouTube?” haha

Not guilty on all counts, but he doesn’t get all his property back?  Judging by what the one officer says at 1:25, I guess Kyle’s lawyer agreed to it.  I’m assuming the prosecution specifically requested it, as if it would make a profound statement to have it destroyed, and Kyle and his lawyer were probably like “sure whatever bro, you can have it 🙄”.

2:42 – hah they stuck a Ninja Turtles Shredder picture on their gun shredder.

My bets now are that Kyle has the pieces, and some cringe NFT bros are pitching a project to him.  Said project will no doubt make 7 figures on mint day, because that’s how things like this work in 2022.

Thoughts?

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When I found this picture on flickr, at first I was not sure what I was looking at:

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Coffin made of crushed, rusty guns at Artomatic 2009, at 55 M Street SE, in Washington, DC.

Guns will not solve your problems, but they will kill you or someone close to you; a loved one or an enemy. The Gun Coffin ” Death on the NRA installment plan” is made of over 125 destroyed guns turned in by people who choose to no longer keep a gun close. ” The ribbon” is made of ammunition casings, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq at the time of the London Tube bombing.

Source Artomatic.org

It’s clear that there are indeed gun parts which make up this piece of art, but my devastation didn’t set in until I clicked on the bigger version of the picture and saw this:

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Zooming in some more and cropping…

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It appears the Tenifer isn’t doing its job ;)

In all likelihood, the slides could have been heavily sand blasted to keep the “metal” theme going.

Artist: John Ricker
Location: Brentwood, MD
Website: meltguns.com

Judging by his website he is EXTREMELY anti-gun.

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