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I mean, if someone were to do this next to a gas station!


Can you imagine how scared the people in the neighborhood would be? If the jihadists pull these terrible behaviors in our cities, this would be awful! We have to know, so we know what to look for!

Or if someone were to build something like this, to acquire an M4 from someone who doesn’t need it any longer. This is terrible, and you need to know what to watch for!

  1. coffeeandsleeplessnights permalink
    11/07/2012 18:02

    Please check your email. Please…..

  2. 11/07/2012 18:05

    Roger that.

  3. upaces88 permalink
    11/07/2012 18:11

    That was VERY disturbing that it is that easy.

  4. upaces88 permalink
    11/07/2012 18:28

    It didn’t appear to be that hard to do either.

  5. 11/07/2012 19:18

    I thought the Econo Can in one of the accompanying videos looked interesting. Lots of ways to set that up. Anything could work from wrapping the barrel with lots of tape to some home brew machining.

    Another reminder that laws only apply to honest people.

  6. 11/07/2012 21:16

    And of course WE are those honest people. We would never do such things!

  7. 11/07/2012 21:20

    Because those enemy personnel are so simple they can’t handle all that high tech Star Wars stuff. We are so far beyond that sort of thing.

  8. 11/07/2012 21:25

    Yeah, it’s a bummer I gave up felonies. Just the occasional misdemeanor.

  9. upaces88 permalink
    11/07/2012 21:27

    You gave up felonies? ROFLMAO…You are a trip,My friend…a trip!

  10. 11/07/2012 21:33

    Well, remember, it’s only illegal if you get caught.

  11. upaces88 permalink
    11/07/2012 21:39

    LOL…You ARE so funny!
    I could ….well, I was about to say, I could never get away with anything but I used to.
    I used to own nightclubs (management/promoting, etc). Many a time I had to drive home loaded; and many a time I was stopped. I got to know the police officers very well by first names. They knew I ran clean clubs and even put them onto some of the criminal elements that came through the club…the only thing I asked, “For God’s sake, do NOT arrest them outside my club. And, they didn’t.

    I was driving home one night and going very very slow. A cop in Dallas pulled me over and asked me “Have you been smoking?”
    I looked at him shocked, and said, “HELL NO, that’s illegal. I’m drunk, not stupid!”
    He followed me home to make sure I got there safe and sound.

  12. 11/07/2012 21:41

    Good one.

  13. upaces88 permalink
    11/07/2012 21:43

    LOL…Believe me, I have a lot more stories about the cops and me. They were all very very good guys..the white hats as far as I was concerned.

  14. 11/07/2012 21:44

    LOL! …and you say I’m a trip?

    That’s the thing about being “experienced” in life. You’ve got a lot of been there and done that.

    If folks like us ever went for a last hurrah, it could be spectacular. You know what they say? Old age and treachery beats youth and skill every time.

  15. upaces88 permalink
    11/07/2012 21:47

    LMAO…I had this Lincoln with the suicide doors. Remember those? I was driving home one night and I didn’t live too far from the club then. A cop stopped me and asked me why I was practically driving in the middle of the road.

    I fussed at him, “DId you see this damn car hood! He looked at me surprised as he glanced at the hood and asked me, “What’s wrong with the hood?”

    Well,silly, it doesn’t have a hood ornament.

    He looked at me again puzzled and I looked at him and replied back like he was stupid or something if he didn’t understand why I was driving in the middle of the road.

    “Officer, there is no hood ornament! Didn’t you see that?! How can I stay on the right side of the road if I have no hood ornament to line up with the yellow stripe!!! So I was driving as close to the stripe as I could!”

    He followed me home to make sure I got home okay.

  16. upaces88 permalink
    11/07/2012 21:53

    Life IS for living and loving.

  17. 11/07/2012 22:01

    I remember them – great cars. They were some of the smoothest, most comfortable cars ever built.

    OK, between you, me and Chris, what can we do for fun and profit?

  18. upaces88 permalink
    11/07/2012 22:04

    Dr. Jeff, when they started making all of those stupid baby know the damn Honda(s), VW(s), etc. Those weren’t the way cars were supposed to look like. A Lincoln or Cadillac no matter how old it was MADE A STATEMENT!!

  19. 11/07/2012 22:16

    One of those work from home (dot) com things?

  20. 11/07/2012 22:18

    Oh yes.

    One of my favorite cars of all time was a ’55 Chevy I had; taxi cab yellow, black interior, 350 V8, three deuces, Muncie, recurved distributor, headers, wide tires on the back (only way to keep traction), 3.63:1 rear end and full gauges. The first time I took it on the street, I bent all the studs on the back wheels.

    Sort of the other end of the world from your Lincoln, but another all American statement.

    My current car is a Mustang GT. Another statement and also the only car I’ve ever driven that’s faster than my old ’55.

    There’s just something in the American psyche that demands a Cool Ride. It might be long and shiny or a battered old pick up truck, but it’s got to be cool.

  21. 11/07/2012 22:18

    My first car was a 1955 Chrysler Imperial. Hemi under the hood, room for 200 gallons in the trunk.NOTHING could touch me up to 110, top speed over 160.

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  23. upaces88 permalink
    11/07/2012 22:19

    Oh! I remember those!!! GREAT CAR!!! They were Art Forms in wheels.

  24. 11/07/2012 22:20

    An American TANK for sure.

  25. upaces88 permalink
    11/07/2012 22:20

    I raced the first Malibu at Green Valley in Texas. I came in fuckin’ 2nd.

  26. 11/07/2012 22:21

    Such is life.

  27. 11/07/2012 22:23

    Tsk. Let me know next time and I’ll be your tuner. I like playing with motors and suspensions.

    Did I mention I used to race at Ascot Raceway in Gardena?

  28. 11/07/2012 22:34

    Far out!

  29. 11/07/2012 22:38

    Between the bunch of us, we have some “unusual” skill sets.

  30. 11/07/2012 22:39

    True enough.

  31. 11/07/2012 22:39

    Ah well, g’night for now, I’ve an early alarm for work.

  32. 11/07/2012 22:41

    Sleep well, brother. Me too.

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