Do you need a special license to shoot dummy mortars in California (or anywhere else for that matter)?  Seems like something which is definitely #NotLegalInCalifornia.

1:13 – haha well that seems dangerous.  Especially since their aim as seen in the video isn’t historically the best.

Richard-Ryan-Deagle-T-ShirtRichard has been destroying that old truck of his for a while now.  Kinda glad this is the last regular video of it… I was waiting for something big time like him making a rats nest of det cord in it, or putting a 5 gallon pail full of c4 inside it or something.


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These cars have no purpose whatsoever and no civilian should own one:

These cars are all vicious killing machines, and I’m hear to stop Mustang killings once and for all.

People in the YouTube comments and on Facebook don’t know it’s a joke poking fun at “gun ban” style knee-jerk reactions.   Wait… maybe it’s not a joke? :P

Ban-Assault-Vehicles-Ford-MustangYou can like the Facebook page to support the ban of Ford Mustang assault vehicles.

If it saves even one life….



Very sneaky:

According to the blog of a New York City taxi driver:

These “taxis” are used as undercover cars in general police work. You may see them cruising the streets as you would a regular patrol car or perhaps pulling over a motorist (they’re equipped with flashing lights and sirens) who ran a red light or something. The cops are in plain clothes, not uniforms. I would guess there are about 20 of these cars in the city. I see them every day.

Plain clothes, not uniforms?  Yea for “general” police work I don’t like the idea of that at all.

My personal opinion is that police as a deterrent is in the end more effective then being all sneaky and catching people doing things they definitely wouldn’t have done if they knew police were in the area.

What do you guys think?

Hat tip: Bryan


Harrison Ford takes care of business in The Raiders Of The Lost Ark.