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I still haven’t got around to see the Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell movie ‘The Other Guys’ (trailer here), looks pretty funny though.

What is also funny is that the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency apparently has an advertising policy that states ads should not appear to promote the use of firearms or advocate any violent action.

Because of that you end up with normal movie posters like this….

being “tamed” for the transit depots by photoshopping some pepper spray in as a gun substitute:

Wahlberg is apparently only sporting bare fists on his half of the poster.

The one thing I find funny is that Will Ferrell and Marky Mark actually are playing cops in this movie, and are even flashing their shields on the poster. It’s not like they are dressed as thugs or otherwise.  Last time I checked San Francisco police still openly carry guns, and I’m pretty sure people aren’t bursting into tears of fear when they see one of them around.

In an interesting double standard, the SFweekly blog reports that the regular non photoshopped poster is being used on the sides of all the public transit vehicles.

If it even prevented one persons feelings from being hurt I guess they can consider it a job well done :roll:.  They better get cracking on those public transit movie posters though, god knows what will happen if they roll past some hippie hangout.

Source – SFWeekly

All this insanity makes me wonder what the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency would have done if they were approached to advertise for the movie “The Expendables

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New police comedy movie out this August:

[youtube width=”560″ height=”340″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc9sgX6cAG8[/youtube]

You can’t go wrong with the cast.  Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell don’t usually disappoint me.

Josh put me onto this in the comments of my Toyota Prius Full Of Bullet Holes post.  You must have a mind like a steel trap, considering the Prius only makes 2 appearances for a couple seconds each!

The best line as also pointed out Josh: “The movie industry is completely irresponsible for the way they portray explosions”

IMDB page – HERE

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As some of you know, Dick Swan from A.R.M.S is suing LaRue Tactical

“for using the numerals 1 and 7 in our LT-170 mount part number. He filed for and last spring outrageously got a trademark on “#17″ and then he sued us.”

Source: AR15.com Thread – HERE

In that AR15.com thread, Mark Larue generously offered to replace ANY broken A.R.M.S. mount with a comparable mount of his own.  FOR FREE!

I thought that was just plain awesome.. but it gets better.

We are hereby offering to replace any A.R.M.S. mount that the owner intentionally breaks the M.I.M. lever off.

Source: AR15.com Thread – HERE

As you can imagine, the response is huge!

One example of awesomeness from the thread:

Arms Mounts Before:

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Arms Mounts After:

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Larue Tactical – Ridding the word of inferior mounts, one A.R.M.S. product at a time

Larue Tactical Website – Here

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