Cheers Ian for putting me off porn... Now what am I going to use to smash one out ?I was going to say something about balding little man with a 1980s creeper porn mustache, but I didn't want to get personal, and I realized I was describing Randy too.:stickpoke
Ed, if your logic was sound, Brutie riders would walk around with their junk hanging out.......:stickpokeI don't understand the need for concealed carry.....wouldn't you want everyone to see just how bad ass your weapon is so you can feel more safe and walk about your neighborhood with confidence you will not be assaulted and raped?
I mean, real Cowboys carried their pistols in holsters on their hip. Put them out there where the world can see you are not a person to be messed with. Be proud.!
It is an elephant gun, and I DON'T think it's in bad taste. Gibson was an inspiration to disabled people everywhere. What is in "poor taste", is those milquetoast individuals who would sit behind a keyboard in their cube farm, attempting "humor" at the tragic loss of Gibson's life hunting a bull elephant in Africa.Wow impressive specs (I think) and lots of big numbers.
Is that what you call an elephant gun?
If it is I think it's in bad taste to post it in honor of the squashed dead guy......just sayin
Too damn right. He spent his life needlessly slaughtering (clearly not wholly) defenceless animals that had never done him harm, purely for personal gain. The law of averages caught up with him.
If he hadn't been out slaughtering creatures, he'd still be alive. Simples.
I can't say I've ever understood the need of some people to blow the crap out of wildlife for no other reason than to be able to say they did it. If nature sometimes gets its own back, so be it.
Perhaps Dumbo is not part of his diet?So you're a vegetarian? :wtf:
"If it moves, shoot it, if it's in the ground, dig it out.."It is an elephant gun, and I DON'T think it's in bad taste. Gibson was an inspiration to disabled people everywhere. What is in "poor taste", is those milquetoast individuals who would sit behind a keyboard, attempting "humor" at the tragic loss of Gibson's life hunting a bull elephant in Africa.
The "Big 5" are referred to as "dangerous game" for just this reason.
Riding motorcycles is dangerous also, and like many worthwhile pursuits, the potential consequences are part of what makes it worthwhile.
Motorcycles are NOT dangerous- MOTORCYCLING can be dangerous. Motorcycles never harmed anyone while sitting on the showroom floor.The Big 5 are only dangerous if you mess with them on their turf. Last I looked there was no elephant roaming around Dallas, so those gun club members and their "guide" actually went looking for trouble away from home.
Motorcycles can be dangerous, but usually not in defence of their life when some moron tries to shoot them :jerkoff:
So if a soccer mom kills you by turning left into your path while you're on a motorcycle trip, that somehow diminishes the value of your life, as opposed to the same thing happening in front of your house, because you "went looking for trouble away from home"?
Seek help, lady:
http://www.mentalhealth.asn.au/[url][/QUOTE] As usual, you are unable to provide an intelligent answer. And now "lady" is supposed to be demeaning too? You do have issues you poor sod.
So you've never eaten meat?+1
I can't see how anyone who glorifies slaughtering innocent animals could be an inspiration to anyone.
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