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  • Epador

    If you squint just right that red banner says “GAY.”

    • Punta Gorda

      Oh they will be quite exuberant when that latch trips.

    • James Gemind

      And bulls kept in captivity turn queer…

      Oh, dude, you are evil!

      I like it. Tabasco can go all ‘Deliverance ‘ on them, make squeal like pigs!

  • Punta Gorda

    That’s “Bo” “Vine”. And I’ll take it shaken, not stired.

  • Punta Gorda

    Problem I have with my dog, is that he’s learned where exactly to nudge the latch to open the door.

    • DASTARDLY DAN

      Few drops of Tobasco (the pepper sauce, not the bull) on the latch will stop that behaviour

  • MJ Larkins Sr

    Somehow I don’t think Antifa is going to be grabbing anything.

    But don’t worry, Tabasco is 100% organic!

  • Delilah T

    Thugs to the left of me, soldiers to the right – here I am, stuck in the middle again!
    Ver-r-r-r-y interesting.

    Just turn the hose on them. It’s cold, even down there in the Rio Grande rift zone.

  • Calvin

    This is all fun but what do we really do? This idiots are just like the Nazi Brown Shirts of the 1930s and we know how that ended. How many people will be intimidated on campuses or media organizations to censor their thoughts and words. I’m not advocating violence but maybe a good ass kicking is due them…with love.
    Shouldn’t be hard to set some of these bozos up into a compromising situation that they have no control over.

    • JSStryker

      You don’t give up your firearms for one thing.

    • Old Codger

      “History does not repeat itself, but it rhymes.”Mark Twain

    • Delilah T

      Like I said, Calvin, turn the hose on them. Cold water and cold weather — eeeeeewwwwwww! And no place to get warm and dry…. sad…..

  • kadaka

    If it’s time for you to grab the bull by the horns, most likely you have done many stupid things to get to there.

  • WayneM

    I’ve heard AntiFA described as being the shock-troops for feminism… soyboys who are raised by single mothers, put into daycare and then public schools so their exposure to real, functional males (as opposed to male feminists) is nil.

    The Dems in the past couple of decades morphed from “safe, legal & rare… and, by rare, I mean rare” to “anywhere, anytime and here’s the bill.” as radical feminism infected it… and now that intersectional feminism (fourth wave) is getting crazier, it won’t be long before AntiFA will be part of every college campus…

  • Too Tall

    I look forward to Tabasco coming out to play,

    However, based on events in other nations recently torn apart from within, the actual solution is likely to be a round of 7.62 x 51 mm (or 7.62 x 54R mm depending on who is doing the shooting) to the pelvic region of each of the Tangos, for the following reasons:
    1. Instant mobility kill
    2. They won’t reproduce
    3. They will suffer in great pain the rest of their miserable lives
    4. They will be continuously plagued by infections you won’t find listed on WebMD and most doctors have not seen outside of a medical text book
    5. The cost of their medical care will bankrupt government provided health care

    The libtards are too stupid to the see the inevitable results of the chaos they are so diligently working to unleash.

    • kadaka

      Congressman Steve Scalise was shot in the hip, bullet traveled across his pelvis doing much damage. However Wikipedia says the Bernie Bro shooter used an SKS which merely uses a 7.62x39mm cartridge.

    • The Nth Doctor

      Bad idea. Shooting to maim leaves them able to file civil lawsuits to bankrupt YOU for their “pain and suffering”, while they go on TV and play for sympathy points by lying about what happened and accusing you of being a racistsexistbigothomophobe.

      If it gets to that point? Shoot to kill. Dead perps can’t sue for damages, and they can’t dispute your version of events in court.

      • JTC

        Deadly accurate advice right there. Also ties into the swatting stories below…anybody who contemplates employing deadly weapons had best read up on the consequences.

      • Deplorable B Woodman

        Make sure yours is the only story told, to the po-po, or anyone else.

      • Too Tall

        Nth Doctor,

        In the chaos of combat, it generally requires two or three hits to guarantee a kill and three shots to get a hit.

        I agree regarding lawsuits, but when Yugoslavia was torn apart, the pelvic shots were extremely common and lawyers, for all practical purposes, were extinct. Getting supplies to the “last tactical mile,” including medical and ammunition, were problematical for all sides.

        The usual end result was that the comrades of the one who was wounded had to put him out of his misery as they were unable to transport or care for him. Whether due to the time required, or their own squeamishness, instead of using a knife, they usually shot the wounded person in the head at close range, meaning there was one less round to fire at the enemy.

        After a few of those, morale and esprit de corps pretty much disappeared in the unit that took the casualties.

    • Merle

      I heard a similar version, involving a 12 ga. Legend has it a hit (from behind) about midway between the belt line and the bung hole will remove part of the spine and leave them in agony for the rest of their miserable life span…..

  • Lucius Severus Pertinax

    An impromptu Revival of Minoan Bull Dancing…..with Mixed results.

  • eon

    The One said ten years ago that he wanted “A domestic security organization as big and well-funded as the military”. I’d say in Antifa and BLM he and the left generally have the basis of just that.

    All they need now are guns, plus RPGs. I think they’ve probably already got the whole IED thing covered.

    clear ether

    eon

    • PaulS

      Imminent
      Erectile
      Dysfunction?

    • John

      The Red Chinese have such an organization, but it’s actually bigger and better funded than the PLA.
      Be careful what you wish for.

  • Paladin

    Did y’all read about the Maryland man who was “Red Flagged” by someone in his family? The police showed up at his home at 5:15 AM to take his guns away. Well, he is dead now. SWATing by the local guv’ment made easier.

    • Old Codger

      Yup. Gotta love those “Red Flag” laws. Wonder how they get around that pesky 5th Amendment “due process” thingy. Might be a good time to let SCOTUS look at them.

    • Henry

      Maybe well worth putting in your will that anybody who “red flags” you forfeits any share he was to receive, which becomes a donation to GOA or whoever else your favorite gun activists are.

  • Unca Walt

    The concept of the gummint deciding a citizen has no birthright to arm himself to protect him from the gummint… giving some unknown “official” somewhere the absolute power to decree that citizen must surrender all arms in his house —

    — OR DIE…

    …sounds a bit odd when one re-reads the 2A.

    A note from an ole sojer (Unca Walt): Just remember what happened to the first two Storm Troopers that came through the wall in Star Wars.

    There It Is.

  • rickn8or

    Epador, I’m sure that was just a happy accident.

  • Kafiroon

    There have been Many lets say “random” shootings by LEO’s in the past 10 years that were deaf people, low functioning people, “wrong house” searches or forced entry, “he had a gun” “mistakes”, crawling on the floor begging for his life and shot anyway “because he made a wrong move” and other excuses for innocent people being shot.
    For some reason they were killed because the person did not do what the LEO demanded at the moment it was demanded.
    Yes, there are those violent ones that put themselves in the situation.
    But this really comes down to the red flag meaning a legal swatting if the person protests. And has NO right to hear why or who accused him/her.
    Condemned with out trial. How many of these are we going to live with?

    • Warhorse

      How many do you think is too many to live with? Obviously, we’d all prefer that things like that never happened, but you’re talking about a situation that’s pretty much guaranteed to bring out the worst in everyone involved. There’s on the order of a million LEOs in the US, and every one of them is an imperfect human being, just like us. Accidents will happen, no matter how much training is available. I admit that I don’t follow the issue closely, but given the size of the US population, the number of LEOs, and the general availability of firearms to the American public, the rate of these incidents does not seem to me to be excessive.

      • Kafiroon

        I see the problem with “Red Flag” is a direct invitation to have a person killed by police. Waking people up at 5++ am is a sure bet the KNOWN armed person will answer the door with a gun in hand.
        Of course if you call me up and tell me to report to the police and, Oh Yes, bring your weapons along to turn in, they would be meeting with a lawyer instead.
        But that isn’t the object of this red flag exercise is it.
        So in proportion, there are very few of these according to your numbers. That is just the “cost” of living here. We all know “costs keep escalating. To your family if it happens to you, that is one too many and too much.

    • JTC

      “he had a gun”

      Case in point as it were:

      https://reason.com/blog/2018/11/13/jemel-roberson-black-armed-security-bar

      And as was discussed a few days ago, an object lesson for those who contemplate using deadly means of defense…you stand an equal chance as the bad guy of getting shot when the good guys show up.

      OTOH, from the perspective of a popo going into a bar full of armed drunks in Chicago at 4 a.m.?

      That’s some situational awareness fail for all concerned.

  • Nemo

    Yesterday (Monday) my wife went to get a pedicure in the middle of the day and when she got home she told me there were four “men” in the salon getting pedicures.
    30 miles south of the cancer that is Seattle just isn’t far enough away.
    I just shook my head and went back to cleaning my black rifle…

    • interventor

      A few of those men might have been diabetics. Otherwise?

  • Capn Jack

    The, “Horns of a dilemma?” Cry Havoc !!! and let slip the Bull…

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