Department Of Homeland StackingOfAmmunition:

FXhummel1-YouTube-Gun-SongsFXHummel1, trying really hard to get on some government lists :P .  As you can see he’s wearing the ENDO 5.56x45mm t-shirt… nice choice.

If you don’t know what he’s talking about check out the article on the topic over at Forbes.



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You on the other hand can roll the dice and hopefully not die:

Kids-Scissors1:53 – Overpower the shooter with some scissors or other weak shit because you’re a dumbass without a gun.

I’m not sure why they decided to re-cut Run Hide Derp, a video they funded last year.  Anyone have any idea?

Thoughts?  Are you growing more comfortable with gun free zones? (ha!)


A DHS-funded video gives tips to survive a shooter:

As far as I’m concerned it’s all valid advice, BUT… they never even mention firearms as a valid means of defense.  Seems like meeting an aggressor that has a gun WITH a gun would be the most valid option.  Oh wait… you’re supposed to wait for the tactical response team with guns to plan and enter 30 minutes later right? *eye roll*

Just use a piece of shit lunchroom chair or a fire extinguisher to incapacitate the guy LOL.  Yea, because that’s worked so often in the history of active shooters.

Keith points out the reason for this stupidity at the 1:00 mark.  This video was filmed in Houston, TX and like many locations scattered throughout the country they like to disarm people for no particular reason:

I think i’m going to register in a Tactical Fire Extinguisher course, or maybe get my Open Chair Carry Permit.  You know… just in case.


Hat tip: Keith


179 Department of Homeland Security weapons were lost between 2006 and 2008 — some falling into the hands of criminals — after officers left them in restrooms, vehicles and other public places, according to an inspector general report.  This is mainly because officers did not properly secure them.

Unfortunately this type of loss is always going to happen.  DHS is a huge agency, which makes me wonder exactly what percentage 180 guns equates to?  Do other large agencies such as the FBI have a similar number of guns lost every year?

I am assuming there were no repercussions at all for officers that lost their firearms, because according to the article DHS doesn’t even have a policy in place regarding the control of firearms.

Source CNN – HERE