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TNBanjoMan 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's the life all normies are living right now.... trapped in a dysfunctional world, but seeing only lovely images of how good their lives are. It's all a delusion.

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TNBanjoMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

Movie set guns use blank cartridges, but these can still kill or maim if a person is close to the muzzle. Blanks have a primer (for the hammer to strike) which sets off a gunpowder charge inside the casing, which propels a paper or wax "bullet" down the barrel. The muzzle velocity of these paper/wax projectiles is quite low relative to a real bullet, and they lose their energy rather quickly....they can sting at about 20 yards, but up close they can penetrate skin. YOU DO NOT WANT TO BE IN FRONT OF A GUN SHOOTING BLANKS WHEN IT GOES OFF.

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TNBanjoMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well there are TWO questions here... what is that platelet like object moving, AND what sort of "delivery device" is she referring to? All I see is a dark circle...could that be the tip of a needle? Without context, it's hard to surmise what this is.

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TNBanjoMan 11 points ago +11 / -0

Did I hear in that "Happy Birthday" song, "Madame President"? Anyway, I just can't watch the theatrics of this "administration" any more. As to Tucker's reference to Mustafa I, it's time we start referring to old Joe as "Mustafa II"... or maybe just Mustafa Joe.

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TNBanjoMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's every damned where. I look forward to the Great Reckoning.... I hope y'all are keeping lists of these people.

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TNBanjoMan 11 points ago +11 / -0

I came to a belief in a higher power when I got sober many years ago, it gradually grew in me. I came to see that my life had been a total disaster and that I had been serving other spirits. So I was already of a spiritual nature when I first found Q and was receptive to the spiritual side of this phenomenon and movement.

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TNBanjoMan 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thinking about this some more, in retrospect the Australian seizure of private firearms now makes more sense if this was planned long ago. An unarmed population cannot defend itself from an invasion.

AMERICANS, NEVER GIVE UP YOUR FIREARMS!

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TNBanjoMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'd stick with the scope. Anything that needs batteries will go out on you at the worst possible moment. Scopes have over a 100 year proven record, so the simplest technology is best, in my humble opinion.

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TNBanjoMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

Public comments are a joke. I know this because I once worked for a contractor to a very large government 3-letter agency. And we would have these public comment sessions where we would record and write down all public comments and sum them up in a nice little report.... and then the agency would just go ahead and do what they had planned to do in the first place. It was about that time that I started becoming suspicious of the government in general, and my opinion has only gotten worse in the ensuing years.

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TNBanjoMan 2 points ago +2 / -0

Keep rambling, Joe, with every appearance you wake up more Americans. Who's a good boy... WHO'S A GOOD BOY??!!

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TNBanjoMan 4 points ago +4 / -0

This shows piss-poor training (both for the dog AND the police handler) and it quickly turns into a Keystone Kops episode. Where the hell is this anyway?

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TNBanjoMan 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh man, she is woke AF.... must be a terrible scientist if she dwells on irrelevant issues more than objective science. Or maybe she's just a genius who has found a weakness in the academic / scientific world's funding mechanism and she's milking it for all it's worth.

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TNBanjoMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

Dammit, I came here to say the same thing. But at least, she's losing her shit over it. She must be easily entertained, like a cat chasing that elusive laser light.

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TNBanjoMan 10 points ago +10 / -0

Nope, haven't seen any pro-mandate anons here at all. That is a straw man fallacy.

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TNBanjoMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

They ARE very good rifles, especially the ones made while Bill Ruger was still alive. After he passed, the accountants moved in to make money saving "improvements." Still they're good products. Some in depth articles I have read over the years would indicate that while the Mini-14 is suitable for home defense, police use, and varmint hunting. they might not hold up under the rigors of out and out combat in the field.

If you're going to go "down range" with armed bad guys, use the AR-15, AK-47, or even the SKS... they are all battle proven.

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TNBanjoMan 5 points ago +5 / -0

I was at my gym about mid-day today when she was testifying before the Judicial Committee about Bannon. Some of the dweebs there (old and infirm folks on recumbent bikes) were watching on CNN, that shithole of a "news" station. I don't know what will happen when this reaches the full Senate floor, but Cheney certainly shit in the punchbowl with her time. People of Wyoming, wake up and get rid of this idiot.

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TNBanjoMan 18 points ago +18 / -0

Kid on the right has a Ruger Mini-14. Way cool, Randy!

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TNBanjoMan 3 points ago +3 / -0

I get that...let the record show that I made no prediction myself. πŸ˜‚

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TNBanjoMan 3 points ago +3 / -0

Well with today's Congress, it's our duty -- ALL of us -- to hold Congress in contempt. Actually, they are beneath contempt. A more slack-jawed bunch of trailer trash cretins I haven't seen since the first Zombie movie came out.

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TNBanjoMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, but I'm saying that even the CCP "elites" have peasant minds and an incomplete understanding of economics. Otherwise China would not be in the severe economic crisis they are now in. All those industrial and tech industries in Taiwan would be mostly useless if the CCP bastards took them over... who is going to operate them? It's like giving a laptop to a chimpanzee, or a Tesla car to an ape. Nice toy, but what will they do with it?

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