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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Bullet Resistant Glass

93 comments:

  1. Now, THAT is what I'm talking about.

    20 Children, and 6 Teachers, alive.

    At a cost of, maybe, $66.00 per person in the community.

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  2. I take it, that was the "good stuff." :)

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    1. That AK ain't nuttin compared to the 7.62 (assuming it's the 308 round.)

      You can chop down small trees with that sucker (and, get a pretty damned sore shoulder doing it.) :)

      (unless you're made of steel, as we all once were.) :)

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  4. …and for chump change you can have a detection module that will warn that the glass was penetrated and to send out the cavalry.

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    1. Well, yeah, that's the icing on the cake.

      Your school "security person" could finish his breakfast, leisurely stroll over to the Secure Gun Cabinet, put an extra coat of varnish on it, and then call the police to come get the asshole that's trying to break into the school.

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    2. I've spread this idea around a bit, and can report "absolutely, Zero interest."

      Much more fun talking about "high capacity magazines."

      With a little practice, it takes about 3 seconds (or less) to change out magazines.

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  5. I know. It is laughable that we have a citizen militia that will be willing to take on the US Government and they have the weaponry at the ready.

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    1. When the s#!t hits the fan, look for federal troops to rebel.
      See Syria for reference.

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  6. Here in rural Arizona, on the current edge of suburbia, there are no Citizen Militia. Discounting Sheriff Joe's posse.

    But the posse would never take on the Federals

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    1. And the Bushmaster is just a weakenend version of what the Ferdarales (US military) carry (along with their other gizmos and odds and ends). It would be kind of funny seeing the two sides have a go at each other. Wonder who would win?

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    2. Which would be the tougher nut to crack - the good ole boy in W. Va. with a Bushmaster or a Mujadeen with an AK47?

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    3. The Mujahideen have every reason to fight a foreign occupation of their own country.

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    4. And they are tough nuts to crack. The US local militia, not so tough at the moment.

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    5. The Mujahadeen shouldn't have blown up our buildings then, killing 3,000 of us.

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    6. It would be kind of funny seeing the two sides have a go at each other.

      Well, hahaha, you moron. What fun that would be. This is just what I can't stand about you, always so flippant and idiotic. Always picking your nose in public.

      I might say, it would be super fun if you were right in the crossfire, but I wouldn't really mean it, so I won't say it.

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  7. It would be more like the Eastern European where the revolutions were fairly peaceful. The people were tired, disgusted and fed up with government that did not work. We have a long way to get to that point, but it could also happen quickly.

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  8. Neither, it would be the boys with the scoped .30 Caliber long rifles that can reach out and "touch you" at a half mile, or more.

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    1. .50 caliber at three miles. You ever seen one of those suckers?

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    2. Three miles is a pretty long shot. :)

      I believe my accuracy would suffer at that distance. :)

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    3. :) three miles sounds more like a Stinger.

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    4. The longest sniper kill in history was 1.54 miles.

      This one was the longest for awhile.

      Sniper Kill

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    5. This is a better, much more informative video of the shot w/o all the whining.

      Video


      A little more practice and we might have been able to get him through the Marine Corps Rifle Range. :)

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  9. I used to be a member of the Idaho Militia, but have gotten too old.

    'Fast And Furious' Gun Found At Site Where Mexican Beauty Queen Killed...drudge

    And Barky has the balls to talk about gun control.....


    I am going to send a letter to my local school board, Rufus, and suggest some of these things. I know a couple of folks on the board, not that they will listen to me.

    We could easily have a fast national design contest for school security, and then fund it nation wide by an act of Congress, if we would.

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    1. I think I'll do the same. Of course, I'm guaranteed to be ignored, inasmuch as the local school system is 97% black (all the local white kids go to "private" schools.) And, no, I'm really not shitting you. Honest.

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    2. Then I think they have nothing much to fear as this stuff doesn't seem to be a black thing. But, do it anyway!

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    3. People feel obliged to talk about the importance of education, blah, blah, but the average turnout for open house in upscale neighborhoods probably isn't much over 10 or 15%.

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  10. There are many good reasons to improve gun control in the United States, including the obscene firepower available in many weapons. But better gun control will do little to prevent many mass killings, such as occurred last week in Newtown, Conn.

    ...

    Knives, for example. On the same day Adam Lanza killed 20 children at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, Min Yingjun stabbed 22 children at an elementary school in central China.

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    1. But, NONE of them Died. It's actually pretty damned hard to kill someone with a knife.

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    1. Anon, you are just like one of those masked Arabs protesting in the street - chicken to show your face, well, here, take a position with a name.

      chickenshit!

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    2. As your buddy writes Sowell writes "Guns are not the problem. People are the problem " Does that apply to nukes as well cause nukes don't detonate themselves dontchaknow?

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    3. We should keep weapons, nuclear or conventional out of the hands of criminals and the mentally deranged.

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    4. What, like, do you mean, control access to weapons???

      But, that's GUN CONTROL!

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  12. "We ought to feel guilty," Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman said in the Senate yesterday. "We have failed to fulfil what seemed to be our most natural responsibility, which is to protect the safety and lives our children."

    ...

    There will be no real debate in Congress until next year, and even then many members will be assessing what kind of political risk will come with taking on the NRA. So far there have been no Republicans among those senators speaking out.

    It was not clear for how long the sales suspensions at Wal-Mart and Dick's would last. "Out of respect for the victims and their families, during this time of national mourning we have removed all guns from sale and from display in our store nearest to Newtown and suspended the sale of modern sporting rifles in all of our stores chainwide," Dick's said in a statement.

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  13. Jean-Claude Roger Mbede, 32, wanted to express his love by text. He sent this: "I am very much in love with you."

    The only problem is that Mbede lives in Cameroon. There, as the Associated Press reports, homosexual conduct is illegal.

    ...

    So he was sent to jail for three years in 2011.

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  14. Hey Rufus,

    You are a proud American; a proud supporter of the checks and balances of the Constitution of the USA, are you not? A proud supporter of democracy! You even like to comment, on numerous different occasions, that "Deeemocracie is hard" with the implication that it is a worthy endeavor.

    How is it that someone like you, who is so proud of American democracy, can turn around and advocate that US citizen gather and keep weapons to fight the US government? How is it that you support democracy on the one hand and, at the same time, its antithesis; armed insurrection, on the other? Isn't that like sayng A and ~A at the same time? You are saying 'OH YEAH, democracy is good unless I don't like it'.

    Please clarify your position.

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    1. I've never "supported" armed insurrection. On the other hand, I'm not a vegetable. Governments can go bad. Our country was founded on "Revolution from the 'legitimate' British Government.

      I just feel better knowing that the government knows that there are 300 Million "Armed" people out here.

      I guess you could just say that I'm a "Mistrusting Sonofabitch."

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    2. Someone, please, grab Ash by the scruff of his neck, and slap him around a bit.

      What an absolute inane idiot.

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    3. That's sure the truth.

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    4. So, your whole argument is based on a "feeling". Yet you diss religios people for their "convictions". By definition a hypocrite.

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    5. Boobie and his bum buddy a masked Arab - sweeeeey!

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    6. So I like camels Ashley. You got a problem with that?

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    7. God he is stupid. You wanna come out in the ally, punkie Ashley?

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    8. Ash has been an obnoxious little prick for years. He has his own blog, but no one ever visits it, so he hangs around here nearly making it toxic, nearly insufferable.

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    9. Dumbfucklette.

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  15. At the Clackamas Mall in Oregon last week, an active shooter murdered two people and then saw that a shopper, who had a handgun carry permit, had drawn a gun and was aiming at him. The murderer's next shot was to kill himself.

    Real gun-free zones are a wonderful idea, but they are only real if they are created by metal detectors backed up by armed guards. Pretend gun-free zones, where law-abiding adults (who pass a fingerprint-based background check and a safety training class) are still disarmed, are magnets for evildoers who know they will be able to murder at will with little threat of being fired upon.

    People who are serious about preventing the next Newtown should embrace much greater funding for mental health, strong laws for civil commitment of the violently mentally ill—and stop kidding themselves that pretend gun-free zones will stop killers.

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  16. There were 18 random mass shootings in the 1980s, 54 in the 1990s, and 87 in the 2000s.

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  17. I'm guessing that glass is also sound proof.

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  18. Would you like to know my take on gun control. To bad.

    There needs to be some kind of gun control. there is absolutely no reason why a person like me or you should have access to or own an assault weapon of any kind. Period. End of story. Good night.

    Sorry, I pulled my back out yesterday and meds are kicking in, I can't keep my eyes open.

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    1. :) Well, thanks for weighing in.

      Sorry about the back; hope it'll be better in the morning.

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  19. Mind control. Mass hypnosis.

    ...

    We’re so conditioned to how television covers life that we rarely step back and take notice.

    ...

    It’s perfect, if you want to be an android.


    Television Event

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  20. Thanks for the tip on the Sheeple, Quirk.

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  21. Six generations ago, Chinese workers were brought to San Francisco as cheap, pliable labor. Degraded as "coolies," they were thrown into the back-breaking work of mining gold and building railroads.

    The Chinese have returned. And this time they are the ones with the capital.

    Arguably the most intriguing business story of the past month has been taking place back in San Francisco, where a group of U.S. developers is planning the biggest real-estate expansion there since the 1906 earthquake. The group—which includes Lennar Corp., Ross Perot Jr. and others —isn't getting financing from an American bank or pension fund.

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  22. Picture of Mt. Everest in gigapixels -

    https://s3.amazonaws.com/Gigapans/EBC_Pumori_050112_8bit_FLAT/EBC_Pumori_050112_8bit_FLAT.html

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  23. Bullet brained foreign policy -

    The Obama administration goal, for all intents and purposes, is to establish yet another Muslim Brotherhood regime in the Middle East. Or to put it more bluntly, the U.S. is now backing what is essentially an anti-Western, Islamist takeover of Syria......In later years, we're going to find out exactly what a huge act of folly this was.


    http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/12/a_game-changer_in_syria.html

    Wunnerful, wunnerful, wunnerful....


    America votes for it's own demise.

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    1. December 18, 2012
      U.S. Policy Is Making Syria Islamist

      Barry Rubin, PJ Media



      http://www.realclearworld.com/2012/12/18/us_policy_is_making_syria_islamist_143389.html

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    2. "My Muslim, er, (oops) Christian faith...."

      Barky

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    3. And, to the last bullet -

      Syrian dictator Bashar Assad has privately pledged to “fight to his last bullet” in his ancestral hometown of Qardaha, vowing, “If I go, none of Syria remains.” The daily pools of blood spilled by his madmen cause hearts to be warmed by signs of Assad’s impending fall, but one Syrian Christian opposition activist is loudly warning that light is not waiting at the end of the tunnel. Islamist hordes are.

      Assad: ‘If I Go, None of Syria Remains’

      http://frontpagemag.com/2012/ryan-mauro/assad-if-i-go-none-of-syria-remains/?utm_source=FrontPage+Magazine&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=6008a01641-Mailchimp_FrontPageMag


      Assad may well fight to one of his underling's last bullet, but I'd bet it is not he that fires that last shot.

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  25. HEY RUFUS, you will like this article just for its historical perspective and info on Tunisia, where things are going OK, considering. Lots of mention of Rome and Carthage. They had six story apartment buildings in Carthage back in the day. With indoor plumbing! Guy calls it the Manhattan of its day. Interesting -

    http://www.city-journal.org/2012/22_4_tunisia.html

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  26. Fox is saying the shooter found out his mother was moving to have him committed, and felt she loved the students where she volunteered more than he, and this touched him off.

    Meanwhile, the review of the State Department says it was a giant failure at Benghazi, which puts the blame on Hillary, except for the stand down orders of course, and Hillary continues to have an upset tummy, and is unavailable for comment.

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  28. Ah, how great it is, Fox News is now all over the 'scathing report' on Hillary's and Barky's Most Excellent Big Fuck Up Adventure on Benghazi.

    'Systemic failures of leadership and management at the top most levels'

    'gross mismanagement deficiencies'

    Fox is voicing the hope that Hillary recovers from her tummy ache, feint faint, and concussion, so she can testify.

    She ought to sober up, too.

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    2. Benghazi review finds systematic State Dept. failures... Developing...Drudge

      Occam's Razor says she was simply spending way too much time drinking with Huma Abedin.

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