So hat tip to our buddy Luke who pointed this out to me.
Read the back story over at the link. Basically that letter is a pejorative for Christians amongst the goat buggering rag heads.
Own it indeed.
You can buy them there for 10 bucks.
I wish I could get away with wearing it at work.
It's their equivalent of "honky"... developed so that they would have a response to Christians referring to them as "Mohammedans". However, like "honky" it lacks the bite of the insult that inspired it...
In other words, Dread Ilk, fire for effect...
Speaking of armed questions, and to follow up on a voxmail post about Americans arming up, a local church where CCW classes are held about once a month or so usually has classes of 6 to 8 people judging from the number of cars in the parking lot. This past Saturday, a class was held and the parking lot was overflowing with several cars parked on the lawn. To bring it back to the topic of the original post, it was the local Church of the Nazarene.
How the hell does autocorrect get "armed questions" from "armed Christians"???
Anyone have direct experience with the M&P shield in.40? I picked one up for a song and haven't had the chance to take it to the range yet. I expect a sharp recoil (light gun, largish caliber) but I'm used to that. I needed a pocket pistol for certain situations and couldn't resist the deal and can't get a decent grip on mouse guns.
Did you get the pictures of the recoil buffer i sent ya? I am hoping you can hook me up with some southron ar10 builders and start my "Stonewall Jacksons Armory" company
Bad news: "Stonewall Jackson's Armory and World Coin Gallery" already exists.
Good news: They apparently don't have it trademarked in the Gunsmithing category (or any other, for that matter), so you're probably good to go there.
It'd make a great sticker as well.
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