Donald Trump still not announced as some massive in-joke


#3248

I don’t want to worry people but he has got a 3d printer and CNC machine…


#3249

You should’ve finished the walls of your house before you bought a gun


#3250

Why would they need that? It’s not as if they’d be stupid enough to elect a complete and utter moron… Oh, wait!


#3251

They’re pretty cool about morons. It’s the smart people that need shooting.

VB


#3252


#3253

Went well for the Khmer Rouge - certainly a model worth emulating I’d say :+1:


#3254

#3255

None. I brought them with me :+1:


#3256

Need to ask if you were picked on in high school by the cool kids and still bear any ill-feeling? You okay hon?


#3257

Yes, yes, and I’ll be just fine soon.


#3258

Is that an AR15?


#3259

Yes.


#3260

Is it fitted with a bump-stop?


#3261

I assume not, not sure I’d have noticed.


#3262

You didn’t actually fire it then?


#3263

I can’t help but wonder what the response of the NRA would be if someone went on a rampage through their head office slaughtering them with an assault rifle. Such an event is unlikely to happen because Americans don’t really get irony.


#3264

Yeah all afternoon, not sure how a bump stop works, I thought it needed a specific technique to let the gun movement drive the trigger. The stock was far too short for my arms as it was.

The owner used it to hunt for feral pigs.


#3265

Given the NRA’s general inclinations I suspect that he’d be met with return fire quite quickly and they’d argue that that’s the way to deal with troublemakers.

VB


#3266

It’s occurred to me many times that the anti gun folks should join the NRA and attend meetings and use their votes to affect change in policy.


#3267

I fear that as soon as anyone suspected the new member was ‘unsound’ he’d be turfed out without having his subscription returned.

VB