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Best known as the guy that placed 3rd in Season 1 of Top Douchebag:

Season 1 of Top Douchebag is a distant memory for me, but I don’t remember not liking J.J. Racaza.  He seems really likable in the above video, so I wish him the best of luck.

That watch he’s got on has AP (Audemars Piguet) style lugs on it… Is J.J. getting Audemars level money?  If so, i’m impressed.  Could just be a similar looking watch though.

The video could have used a bit more rehersal, but it looks like the holster works well for him anyway.  After seeing the product shots I still have no idea how the holster works though, and there is no info on his website that I can find… fail :/

As far as his logo goes… am I the only one that doesn’t think it’s a stretch to immediately see a face with some male genitalia going into it?

LOL yea I know it’s supposed to be his initials “JJR”, but come on…

You can check out more info on JJ Racaza on his website.  Whenever I hear his last name it reminds me of this classic Lion King scene.   Racazzzzzzzzzzzzzza. OOOooooo… do it again!

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Ross

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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

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He goes by the nickname “trigger finger” so be careful.

Hehehe pretty good.

I bet if he did it longer he would probably get some pretty angry people that wouldn’t realize it was a joke.

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In 15 years as an NYPD undercover cop, “Stevie Gunz” spent Sundays kneeling in the presence of the Lord. The rest of the week found the preacher’s son knee-deep among sinners.

The now-retired cop flaunted the colors of the Crips and the Bloods, buying dope and sawed-off shotguns while working the city’s streets and housing projects in a bulletproof T-shirt.

Before turning in his shield two years back, the native New Yorker earned his nickname by helping take nearly 500 guns off the street, testifying at 55 trials – and never firing his gun once.

Full Story – HERE

Worth the read. It’s part 1 of a 3 part series… I’ll post the rest when they come out.

Interesting chart presented in the article (shown below)… I can’t say I’m surprised at any of the guns on the list:

I am a little surprised no rifles made the list though.

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This picture seems to focus mainly on “Mexican carry” and other forms of carrying without a holster.

SpottingHiddenHandgun

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