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hahah Mattv2099 doing his thang:

Mattv2099-ENDOThis vid is crucial.  Matt knows that the NSA can’t get signals from the Glock’s internal GPS and round count transmitter if he does this.  Gotta stay woke.  The transmitter thing was a joke, cool it.  I know that Glock people follow this blog and I don’t want to start any rumors.  Shit would be on the cover of the New York Times Monday morning, citing me as the source.  I’d get a request for a photo and I’d just send them a pic of me with a Mattv2099-esque tinfoil hat, sitting in my underwear pouring cheetos into my mouth out of the Glock’s magwell.  There would be a whole scandal after that where they’d have to redact the story (like they have to do often) and they would look like idiots.

Thoughts?

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Nice try CNN:

Please share a photo of your firearm and tell us what you think about the idea of banning certain semiautomatic weapons. Help those who are not gun owners understand why owning these kinds of weapons is important to you.

Before I adjusted my tinfoil hat I was thinking they would work with gun grabbers to match weapons to IP addresses, then to houses to create a database “just in case”.

Thankfully pro-gun people are trolling the shit out of it hahahah:

CNN-Send-Us-Your-Gun-Pictures

Full article and more pics over at CNN.

Hat tip: SayUncle

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A 2005 study by graduate students at MIT determined that a tin foil hat could either amplify or attenuate radio frequencies depending on frequency.

And I just find this out in 2010? Damn it… :lol:

Wait… is this just to trick us into taking off our tinfoil hats because they actually DO work?  Definitely something to consider :P

So much for the standard “I lost all my guns in a tragic boating accident”

Check out the YouTube interview:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OuhHUvl6Sc[/youtube]

M.I.T. webpage on the study – HERE

It’s Not Paranoia If They’re Really Out To Get You.

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