Various slingshots, knives etc. he has in his collection:

I would not want to get hit by any of those slingshots.  The bratwurst in his wife’s shoe for the knife cut test was pretty funny.

Joerg sure has a lot of fun.


All fake props or blank firing for movies, but still awesome:

I can’t embed the video, so hit up Gizmodo to watch it!

Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood is mostly filled with bored models and stupid-expensive boutiques. But on one grimy, absolutely ignorable corner is the entrance to a cavern stuffed with guns, rockets, cocaine, and riot shields. This is where Hollywood locks and loads.

Very epic.  I like their mounting system too… effective and easily changeable.

Hat tip: Bryan, Mark, Lisa


Found on a church door:

Source – Althouse

Is that sign legally binding?  Probably not…

As much as people would like to think so, church is not some magical place immune to violence.



An interesting poster series:

The juxtaposition of creative items with destructive weapons.

Source – AngryBlue


Straight out of North Pole skunkworks:

Part of the C3 “Candy Cane Carbine” family of candy cane-based weapons, the C3C is a special ultra compact application suitable for close gifting and close protection operations by Santa’s special forces (SPS and SPECGIFT.)

The Mk12 Tenenbaum Launcher fires 75mm High Cheer Ballistic Christmas trees up to 500 meters for an area cheer effect.

Part of the C3 “Candy Cane Carbine” family of candy cane-based weapons, the Donner & Blitzen Accurized Candy Cane Carbine can reliably put a candy projectile on a 25mm diamater target at 300 meters. Featuring Rudolph 4-12×50 optics.

Source – Santa’s Little Secret Service

Hahha the descriptions are the best part.  For those that don’t know, Santa’s Little Secret Service is a highly trained group of operators that have been keeping Santa safe since Christmas of 2006.

Hat tip: Matt


Some people might be grossed out.   I got hungry, and wanted to fire up the BBQ:

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