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    What a twist! What a twist!

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#23 - its a game 08/02/2016 on Hitting Your Mark 0
#59 - lol what policies 08/02/2016 on The Simpsons take on Trump +4
#25 - That's a ******** lie; then you just have another location som…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/15/2016 on Falling down 0
#51 - anon (07/15/2016) [-]
Blind stops should be checked with a look over you shoulder before changing lanes

Well in the uk at least, other wise you fail your test
#60 - anon (07/15/2016) [-]
But if you are in the middle of a lane change and some faggot comes flying down inbetween the lanes how am I at fault?
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#36 - silentautumn (07/15/2016) [-]
I live in the country the content occurred in and it's much more annoying if all the scooters are stuck behind cars at a light. There's no extra unofficial lane because everyone stops at the light (and partially because the scooters drive wherever the fuck they want, anyway). Accidents like this aren't common, since no one opens car doors in the middle of the road and everyone knows to watch out for it.
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#26 - frenzyhero (07/15/2016) [-]
You know nothing of traffic law, apparently.
#40 - git gud then anon 07/15/2016 on Sleepy time 0
#147 - Sounds like you could use a Pickelhaube 07/07/2016 on Poppy Cosplay +17
#125 - No, I mean a weapon this easy to use (after all, its only a .2…  [+] (13 new replies) 06/23/2016 on AR-15 recoil -17
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#142 - menown (06/23/2016) [-]
>Criminals get hold of easy to use weaponry on illegal private market, usually either illegally modified or illegally owned weaponry, because as we know if you have any form of felony you're not legally allowed to own a firearm in the US
>"This isn't something that should be sold to private law-abiding citizens who are looking to protect themselves from criminals or anybody wishing to do them harm."

gg no re
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#136 - bobsagget (06/23/2016) [-]
im sorry friend but where i live, you need something this lethal just to tend to the field work. bears laugh off dear rifles, you need something that can sling a lot of lead quickly to put one of those puppies down in time to save your fleshy bits, im a good shot but i dont trust myself to pop off a head shot first try on a charging grizzly.
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#140 - pctwannabe (06/23/2016) [-]
Please don't pack an AR-15 for Griz defense. There's no way .223 can penetrate deep enough or cause enough trauma to reliably stop a bear in it's tracks. Heavy, solid bullets in the largest caliber you can handle are ideal.
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#149 - bobsagget (06/23/2016) [-]
personally I use a .357 mag but my little brother and my cousins all carry 12 gauge semi auto shotguns loaded with slugs, I don't want you to get the wrong impression I've only shot a bear once and it was with a winchester deer rifle, I was plenty far away and the fucker just ran off, never did find him. moose are the real issue, they are mean and will not stop until dead just like a bear. and theyll follow you a lot farther than a bear will. trust me you can do major damage to a moose with a .223
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#214 - pctwannabe (06/23/2016) [-]
I'd carry bigger than a .357 too. ;)
The general consensus has been .44 mag and up if you insist on carrying a handgun. A 12 gauge loaded up with a solid slug (brenneke rather than foster) would be good bear medicine.
Moose are thinner skinned than bear, but with the size they achieve I wouldn't use an AR. Hell, you wouldn't hunt moose with an AR.
I love my AR, but it's suited for 2 legged predators not huge animals.
#138 - micekill (06/23/2016) [-]
>bears
not to be an asshole, but guns used against polar bears in svalbard are just rifles that shoot really strong bullets
you don't need to fucking spray and pray to kill the animal, just fucking go to the range and get better at aiming and blast its head off with a nice rifle
#178 - Glitched (06/23/2016) [-]
Spray and prey refers to fully auto rifles.
This is not fully auto.
AR-15 rifles are not fully auto.
WTF are you talking about.
#181 - micekill (06/23/2016) [-]
>>#136,
said "sling a lot of lad quickly"
sounds a lot like spray and pray to me, even if you are aiming
#182 - Glitched (06/23/2016) [-]
doubt anyone said "lad"
#183 - micekill (06/23/2016) [-]
i said it
#167 - anon (06/23/2016) [-]
Yea because you are totally calm enough to aim perfectly when a 600 pound killing machine is charging at you
#177 - micekill (06/23/2016) [-]
many people are.
the english dudes who got attacked by polar bear managed to kill the bear with a rifle, even when the bear was eating his buddy.
like, it is hard to miss, i've heard. what they say to do if bear is charging up to you:
1. aim at body and shoot
2. aim at head and shoot
got some shooting classes at school gym, weird shit happens there where they said that stuff
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#126 - improbable (06/23/2016) [-]
he disproved a claim someone made
#96 - waratworld; Representative of the FJ collective IQ. 06/23/2016 on Constitutional Dissonance -1
#123 - That's not really an argument in favor of allowing the weapon …  [+] (16 new replies) 06/23/2016 on AR-15 recoil -16
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#141 - imlost (06/23/2016) [-]
i guess its a good thing he didn't say anything about that. since that wasn't his point or even kinda related to the topic
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#124 - improbable (06/23/2016) [-]
it exposes a a lie

if you are caught red handed lying then you lose credibility and this person who lied either did so out their own personal accord or someone told them to do so. if the latter then that means there is something bigger going in.
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#125 - bokkos (06/23/2016) [-]
No, I mean a weapon this easy to use (after all, its only a .223) should not be made available in a private market without restrictions . I don't even care which argument he was disproving, since he made it even harder for his side.
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#142 - menown (06/23/2016) [-]
>Criminals get hold of easy to use weaponry on illegal private market, usually either illegally modified or illegally owned weaponry, because as we know if you have any form of felony you're not legally allowed to own a firearm in the US
>"This isn't something that should be sold to private law-abiding citizens who are looking to protect themselves from criminals or anybody wishing to do them harm."

gg no re
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#136 - bobsagget (06/23/2016) [-]
im sorry friend but where i live, you need something this lethal just to tend to the field work. bears laugh off dear rifles, you need something that can sling a lot of lead quickly to put one of those puppies down in time to save your fleshy bits, im a good shot but i dont trust myself to pop off a head shot first try on a charging grizzly.
User avatar
#140 - pctwannabe (06/23/2016) [-]
Please don't pack an AR-15 for Griz defense. There's no way .223 can penetrate deep enough or cause enough trauma to reliably stop a bear in it's tracks. Heavy, solid bullets in the largest caliber you can handle are ideal.
User avatar
#149 - bobsagget (06/23/2016) [-]
personally I use a .357 mag but my little brother and my cousins all carry 12 gauge semi auto shotguns loaded with slugs, I don't want you to get the wrong impression I've only shot a bear once and it was with a winchester deer rifle, I was plenty far away and the fucker just ran off, never did find him. moose are the real issue, they are mean and will not stop until dead just like a bear. and theyll follow you a lot farther than a bear will. trust me you can do major damage to a moose with a .223
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#214 - pctwannabe (06/23/2016) [-]
I'd carry bigger than a .357 too. ;)
The general consensus has been .44 mag and up if you insist on carrying a handgun. A 12 gauge loaded up with a solid slug (brenneke rather than foster) would be good bear medicine.
Moose are thinner skinned than bear, but with the size they achieve I wouldn't use an AR. Hell, you wouldn't hunt moose with an AR.
I love my AR, but it's suited for 2 legged predators not huge animals.
#138 - micekill (06/23/2016) [-]
>bears
not to be an asshole, but guns used against polar bears in svalbard are just rifles that shoot really strong bullets
you don't need to fucking spray and pray to kill the animal, just fucking go to the range and get better at aiming and blast its head off with a nice rifle
#178 - Glitched (06/23/2016) [-]
Spray and prey refers to fully auto rifles.
This is not fully auto.
AR-15 rifles are not fully auto.
WTF are you talking about.
#181 - micekill (06/23/2016) [-]
>>#136,
said "sling a lot of lad quickly"
sounds a lot like spray and pray to me, even if you are aiming
#182 - Glitched (06/23/2016) [-]
doubt anyone said "lad"
#183 - micekill (06/23/2016) [-]
i said it
#167 - anon (06/23/2016) [-]
Yea because you are totally calm enough to aim perfectly when a 600 pound killing machine is charging at you
#177 - micekill (06/23/2016) [-]
many people are.
the english dudes who got attacked by polar bear managed to kill the bear with a rifle, even when the bear was eating his buddy.
like, it is hard to miss, i've heard. what they say to do if bear is charging up to you:
1. aim at body and shoot
2. aim at head and shoot
got some shooting classes at school gym, weird shit happens there where they said that stuff
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#126 - improbable (06/23/2016) [-]
he disproved a claim someone made
#51 - Well, you'd be ignoring every metric of her success as Premier…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/19/2016 on Justin my son... 0
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#52 - talosknight (06/20/2016) [-]
I don't lament the previous government. I regret that this one got in. Bill 6, the carbon tax, 16.4 Billion deficit. Now she wants to invest in "green" technologies. Just shut down all the coal, completely disregard that her lesbian lover there in Ontario did that, and look where it got them. A 400% increase in power bills and then having to turn the nuclear reactors that she shut down back on again, even though she promised never to do so.

We elected the shitest possible leaders. Brian Jean already proved to me he would have made a better Premier.
#16 - I live in Alberta. It's actually due to a history with SA as a…  [+] (7 new replies) 06/19/2016 on Justin my son... +12
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#31 - frenzyhero (06/19/2016) [-]
America sees you as Sweden 2.O.

And if America sees you as such, it's true, since the American reality is the only true reality.
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#37 - theruinedsage (06/19/2016) [-]
America sees everyone besides themselves as Sweden 2.0
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#41 - frenzyhero (06/19/2016) [-]
For good reason.
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#28 - talosknight (06/19/2016) [-]
Yeah, but as an Albertan, we're so fucked because we elected that dumb Notley, so of course we aren't getting the proper help. Give her time, she'll find a way to blame it on the Conservatives and then claim her bullshit Carbon Tax will fix it. Our province has gone to shit, I cannot wait for the next three years to pass.
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#51 - bokkos (06/19/2016) [-]
Well, you'd be ignoring every metric of her success as Premier so far. You realize the economic shithole we are in was the PCs fault; I mean, the oil market crashed under their watch. The current NDP government was elected in the midst of it, and the job market (while shit) is at a 10 month high. I mean for fucks sake, she even fought for the Trans-Alta pipeline. I'm sorry, there is just no good reason to lament the previous political leadership.
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#52 - talosknight (06/20/2016) [-]
I don't lament the previous government. I regret that this one got in. Bill 6, the carbon tax, 16.4 Billion deficit. Now she wants to invest in "green" technologies. Just shut down all the coal, completely disregard that her lesbian lover there in Ontario did that, and look where it got them. A 400% increase in power bills and then having to turn the nuclear reactors that she shut down back on again, even though she promised never to do so.

We elected the shitest possible leaders. Brian Jean already proved to me he would have made a better Premier.
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#36 - iizpurple (06/19/2016) [-]
I'm sincerely hoping wildrose get in, they're batshit crazy, but they're the kind of batshit crazy that might get us to pair up with BC and Saskatchewan so we can make our own country, with blackjack and hookers.