The Armed Gentleman: On the subject of gun control, and ignorance surrounding cartridge size and magazine capacity.. -
I’m fairly bad at introductions so I’ll just start this off with a bit of information about my history with guns. I’m an immigrant to Canada, an avid shooter, a self-proclaimed amateur munitions expert, and a holder of a Minor’s Firearms License (This permits me to buy ammunition and posses, but…
well my work here is done
My old roommates used to have the Joys of Gay Sex in our living room, right on top one of the shelves. I think we also had some books.
Interesting issue… I wonder how far up it will be appealed.
A True Patriot: If you aren't contacting your state representives with your concerns about your 2nd Amendment rights then you are doing... -
This is directed at everyone that follows me and reads this. More specifically all of my gun owners out there. I’m talking to everyone who ran out and bought magazines, ammunition or firearms recently because of what just happened. True patriots will always fight for what is right. Get your voice…
I’d focus more on state and country representives, at least if you are in a gun-control leaning state or city (Chicago, NYC, LA, SF). It’s far more likely restrictions will be passed at the local levels than an overhaul of gun rights making it past a Republican controlled House of Representatives.
Loveable Geek: Code Switching: thoughts on programming linguistics -
In Linguistics, code switching refers to the phenomenon when a multilingual speaker switches between languages mid sentence. It is not a broken language, but evidence of equal fluency. I’m going to reappropriate the term for a different kind of code: the code of programming languages. For…
I like to switch dialects mid sentence.
Not sure you know what an ‘Assault Rifle’ is.
(Source: getinvolvedyoulivehere, via reagan-was-a-horrible-president)
What $85 a paycheck means to lostandfoundliz:I make “too much” to qualify for assistance with programs that help my autistic teen learn coping skills for life when I’m not here. So $90 a month goes to a Tae Kwon Do program geared specifically to autistic kids. If I lose even a little of my income - which goes paycheck to paycheck - that’s one of many things I’d lose.
Meth and Dopamine
True story - A man in Hong Kong told me he doesn’t have sex anymore because doing it on meth was the greatest experience of his entire life, and he’s never been able to replicate it. So now he just does meth. I would’ve gone with JUST sex or NO sex, but such is the logic of a methhead.