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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

You must not think disapproved thoughts

The Denver Post fires the four-time Colorado sportswriter of the year for a single tweet:
The Denver Post has parted ways with writer Terry Frei after he shared an insensitive tweet following Sunday's Indy 500 win by Takuma Sato. Sato became the first Japanese-born driver to win the Indianapolis 500 race.

"I am very uncomfortable with a Japanese driver winning the Indianapolis 500 during Memorial Day weekend," Frei wrote before deleting the tweet.

The Denver Post issued the following statement:

"We apologize for the disrespectful and unacceptable tweet that was sent by one of our reporters. Terry Frei is no longer an employee of The Denver Post. It's our policy not to comment further on personnel issues. The tweet doesn't represent what we believe nor what we stand for. We hope you will accept our profound apologies."

Frei apologized in his own separate statement:

"I fouled up," Frei wrote. "I'm sorry. I shouldn't have said what I said when I said it. I should have known better and I regret it. I in no way meant to represent my employer and I apologize to The Denver Post."

"I made a stupid reference, during an emotional weekend, to one of the nations that we fought in World War II," he added.
His real mistake wasn't apologizing - he was doomed anyhow - but in thinking that most Americans even remember who their ancestors fought in WWII, much less care. And remember, there are 85 million or so new post-1965 Paper Americans who don't give a damn about WWII. If anything, their grandparents and great-grandparents were on the other side. It's not only ancient history to them, but someone else's ancient history.

Meanwhile, in Britain, Britain's Got Talent spares a lad for his "sexist and racist" tweets because he is only 16, but gives him a severe warning:
A source told The Sun: 'Producers were not happy when they saw he had posted such an inflammatory picture on his Twitter as well as a host of disparaging comments about women.

'It's not only a huge embarrassment for Ali, it's a massive embarrassment for the show too, but producers decided on this occasion to give him the benefit of the doubt and leave him with a warning because he's only 16. But they will not tolerate contestants using this kind of language as above all BGT celebrates diversity.'
What I would like to see is people start getting fired for publicly expressing views approving of diversity and equality, or other aspects of social justice. I suspect there are already more than a few SJWs not getting hired for that reason, but the Left won't drop this tactic until right-wing executives respond in kind.

The point is, if you can legitimately be fired for expressing one point of view, you can certainly be fired for expressing the opposite perspective.

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66 Comments:

OpenID aeolipera May 31, 2017 6:07 AM  

The second story was surprising until they gave the name. I was all like, who ever heard of an SEE showing restraint...ohhhhhh, okay. Sacred barbarian.

Blogger JACIII May 31, 2017 6:15 AM  

above all BGT celebrates diversity.

Legitimate grounds for firing right there. This turnabout won't be hard to implement once people realize how worthwhile it is.

Put away the, "We were all young and dumb once" attitude. We are beyond it.

Anonymous Looking Glass May 31, 2017 6:17 AM  

If Social Media wasn't a Combat Theater, I'd normally recommend no one be on it, at this point. It's just such a massive liability.

Mr. Frei put himself in a bad position; he made an honest statement. Not acceptable in the PC World.

Blogger APL May 31, 2017 6:22 AM  

" but producers decided on this occasion to give him the benefit of the doubt "

Producers were too scared to fire Ali Rasul, just in case, they were accused of racism ( just like the police and social services in Rotherham ) or subject to Jihad, like the kiddies in Manchester.

Koz u never know when they might turn!

Anonymous Oneofthecrowd May 31, 2017 6:23 AM  

Somewhat off topic. Here is a perfect example of why immigrants should not be elected.
https://twitter.com/raheemkassam/status/869569548533608450

Anonymous Shut up rabbit May 31, 2017 6:25 AM  

"Ali Rasul" let off because of his "age" - certainly not because of his brown privilege. And I really don't think that Ali Rasul's sexism and racism will diminish with age, quite the opposite.

Blogger Twisted Root May 31, 2017 6:27 AM  

So Ali was spared. The quality of selective mercy.

Anonymous basementhomebrewer May 31, 2017 6:29 AM  

It theme was "express yourself" in the 90's. Now it's "express yourself in only the ways we approve."

Frei's only approved tweet was "I am glad a Japanese man won the Indy 500 on this memorial day this weekend and I hope he comes to my home, has his way with my daughter and pisses on my veteran fathers grave!".

Blogger Sherwood family May 31, 2017 6:33 AM  

Western Civilization in terminal decline.

I wonder if the average Roman felt the same way about what was happening in Rome during the run up to the Crisis of the Third Century. Did the regular Gaius on the street think that his leaders and fellow Romans had gone nuts?

Or are we simply the lucky ones who get to watch insanity enacted publicly for no perceivable benefit to anyone?

Anonymous kfg May 31, 2017 6:46 AM  

"His real mistake wasn't apologizing . . . but in thinking that most Americans even remember who their ancestors fought in WWII . . ."

And what does Memorial Day have to do with WWII anyway?

Blogger Daniel May 31, 2017 6:48 AM  

You are going down fast. That sucks

Blogger FSL May 31, 2017 6:48 AM  

"Above all." Convergence, indeed.

Anonymous Rocklea May 31, 2017 6:59 AM  

"Meanwhile, in Britain, British Got Talent"
Fixed it. Now Ali can go back and make clocks.

Blogger Johnny May 31, 2017 7:13 AM  

Sherwood family wrote:Western Civilization in terminal decline.

I wonder if the average Roman felt the same way about what was happening in Rome during the run up to the Crisis of the Third Century. Did the regular Gaius on the street think that his leaders and fellow Romans had gone nuts?

Or are we simply the lucky ones who get to watch insanity enacted publicly for no perceivable benefit to anyone?


I have had similar thoughts. How could the Romans have let their empire fall apart? As for the average Roman, communication and travel was less than now. Most people would only know about their own little neighborhood.

The real craziness was after Rome fell. In the less civilized northern parts the rigid character of feudalism held together a society that went right down to tribal level barbarian ignorance on an intellectual level. Christianity became pure superstition. They might just as well have become animists and thought that stones had souls.

Blogger Johnny May 31, 2017 7:20 AM  

The whole PC thing is a power grab, not that different than the religious version of a power grab. Make normal sinful with the cure being indoctrination, and power goes to those who indoctrinate. Let them be a class and power goes to that class.

Blogger Salt May 31, 2017 7:26 AM  

So the Denver Post exercised its nuclear option on Frei because he dropped a bomb on a Jap?

Blogger Resident Moron™ May 31, 2017 7:30 AM  

"The point is, if you can legitimately be fired for expressing one point of view, you can certainly be fired for expressing the opposite perspective."

I don't think the lefty equalitarian diversity perverts will ever understand this point.

As the Kathy Griffin / Trump beheading shows, they're incapable of seeing the inevitable results of the precedents they're setting, and the tactics they're legitimising.

I assume that's why they call themselves "progressives"; they're stuck on this idea that history is a linear uniderectional process. If they could see that it isn't, they could foresee the consequences of their behaviour.

But then they wouldn't be what they are.

Blogger SouthRon May 31, 2017 7:38 AM  

Semi-OT Twitter's Privacy Policy Update include:

They will ignore your Do Not Track setting.

They will help their partners attach their tracking efforts to you name, email address and more.

And they end with this gem:

"We hope you see value in these changes as we continue to improve your Twitter experience in a way that dovetails with our heartbeat as a company — a commitment to protecting and defending your privacy."

Because SJWAL.

Blogger VD May 31, 2017 7:51 AM  

I wonder if the average Roman felt the same way about what was happening in Rome during the run up to the Crisis of the Third Century. Did the regular Gaius on the street think that his leaders and fellow Romans had gone nuts?

I don't know about the regular Roman on the street, but certainly Juvenal did.

Anonymous One Deplorable DT May 31, 2017 7:54 AM  

Sooner or later someone is going to be fired by a SJW over a stupid social media post. And that someone will fail to find another job. Maybe because of the post, or just because of the job market they face. After which that someone will lose what they have. Maybe their wife and kids in divorce, or their home, or their independence...whatever.

Then that someone is going to be on the news for losing it and shooting the entire office up.

And when that day comes I'm not going to shed a single tear. You reap what you sow. And there is no possible justice in threatening a man's livelihood over an off-the-cuff comment about an inconsequential matter.

Blogger seeingsights May 31, 2017 8:00 AM  

'"The point is, if you can legitimately be fired for expressing one point of view, you can certainly be fired for expressing the opposite perspective."

I'm interested in some advice here. As a customer I dealt with an employee. The employee works in a private firm. I then did research on that employee and found his active twitter posts. The guy is a liberal, retweets anti-Trump stuff. Some weird stuff too, such as retweeting a phallic image. I wonder if I should set up an anonymous email account and email his boss about this employee's tweets, in order to get this liberal loon fired.

Blogger SteelPalm May 31, 2017 8:02 AM  

@20 One Deplorable DT

You're not the first person to make that observation. David Hines mentioned the same in his "Days of Rage" Tweets.

Taking away a man's livelihood, especially in this economy, is playing with fire. I think the SJW employers are just too blind to see it, though.

Consider how many SJWs were utterly gobsmacked by the rise of a right-wing movement that was actually going to fight them seriously and has managed to win victories.

Blogger SteelPalm May 31, 2017 8:04 AM  

@21 seeingsights

Go for it. It can't hurt. Of course, depending on the employer's politics, you might have more success by complaining about some violation of the SJW Narrative he committed.

Blogger VD May 31, 2017 8:05 AM  

I wonder if I should set up an anonymous email account and email his boss about this employee's tweets, in order to get this liberal loon fired.

Better yet, do it as a customer. How do you think the culture war will be won if one side fights and the other side refuses to do so?

Blogger Mr.MantraMan May 31, 2017 8:10 AM  

"Celebrate diversity" is shit test rhetoric, they don't even believe it. The SJW want normies mindlessly repeating it and they want conservative types triggered into the usual outrage and essays delighting in the usual conservative impotence.

Anonymous Avalanche May 31, 2017 8:12 AM  

@10 "And what does Memorial Day have to do with WWII anyway?"

Memorial Day is for remembering hotdogs! We fought a WAR to protect hotdogs against those vegans and vegetarians! People DIED to allow us to have beef and pork and rodent lips!! Remember the bun!

(On the other hand, what's the point of remembering and disliking someone's forebears for a war "WE" enticed/tricked them into? Was this sportscaster an SJW?)

Anonymous Basket of Deplorables May 31, 2017 8:16 AM  

Vox, question on effectiveness of specific rhetoric...I find 'paperwork Americans' much more potent than 'paper Americans'although the extra syllable doesn't help, cuts quicker and cleaner through to emotional level. Will you please explain why I am wrong (I assume I am when I differ from you on rhetoric). Thank you.

Blogger LibertyPortraits May 31, 2017 8:17 AM  

Its so spot on when VD says the immigrant populace doesnt give a damn. I am an expat living in Canada and, even though the cultures are very similar, I still have no feeling for their major achievements or interest in their history. I also realized I dont share the memories of my peers. I dont recall what it was like 10 years ago or 20 and have no memory of the stupid things those era prime ministers did. No wonder the left loves immigration so much since the new populace is basically memory-holed.

Blogger JaimeInTexas May 31, 2017 8:17 AM  

Mercy is selective by definition. If mercy was structured, codified or standarized it is no longer mercy but a right to be demanded and, worse, licentiousness.
This was not mercy. It was fear.

Anonymous Avalanche May 31, 2017 8:19 AM  

@20 "Then that someone is going to be on the news for losing it and shooting the entire office up.
And when that day comes I'm not going to shed a single tear. You reap what you sow. "

Problem is: the folks he will be shooting up at the office are just so many more cows, trying to keep their heads down as against HIS example! It's like trying to start a race war by shooting up old church ladies in Charleston: WRONG target!

This is the huge flaw in the "the worse the better" mantra many on our side have. "The worse" does NOT turn sheep (or bunnies!) into wolves! It just makes them "baaaaaaah" all the louder as they continue willingly being herded toward the abattoir!

Blogger DeploraBard May 31, 2017 8:22 AM  

I liked that someone said counter semitism the other day vs anti semitism. The goy know!

Anonymous VFM #6306 May 31, 2017 8:24 AM  

Ali Raisul is 16? That's what? 23 in refugee years?

Blogger seeingsights May 31, 2017 8:26 AM  

Thanks to all who replied to my post. I have no idea about the politics of this employee's boss. I purposely mentioned that it is a private firm. I know from experience that many managers in the private sector screen out not only SJWs, but even mild liberals, the type that majors in the humanities.

Anonymous Avalanche May 31, 2017 8:29 AM  

I cannot help but wonder: IF Dylann Roof had has some sort of Right-racist 'support group' -- some group of educated, awakened, (older) men with whom to share his horror and outrage at how he had been blinded -- would he have chosen a different path?

We-all used to agree with relief that having a "place to go," a group of like-minds with whom to talk freely (ha! We used to meet at a lebanese restaurant, whose owner was entirely awakened!!) was SUCH a blessing! Instead of carefully picking our ways through the minefield that is modern "free" speech, we could just relax the guards an speak openly about what we saw.

(Such is the JOY of attending, say, an AMREN conference: meeting and speaking freely with many people! I expect it's the same (for folks without history knowledge) attending a Trump rally! Being with *OUR* people!)

I don't know if young Roof was truly mentally 'off' or just had awakened into the horrific nightmare and saw nowhere else to go but nuts-with-a-gun because he didn't know of anyone else awake (except online)! He was alone, behind enemy lines, watching the end of his people. That might drive anyone nuts?

Blogger dc.sunsets May 31, 2017 8:30 AM  

To the perpetual children who surround us there is no past and no future, only the Now.

Memorial Day is just another Paid Holiday or an excuse to cook out and drink too much.

Blogger SteelPalm May 31, 2017 8:44 AM  

@34 Avalanche

You act like a society in decline, with significant internal turmoil, is a new or unique phenomena. It's not. Neither is a society where one's race is discriminated against.

It's happened countless times in dozens, if not hundreds of civilizations for thousands of years. Part of being a tough man who aids his society is NOT giving into madness and making foolish decisions.

In Roof's case, he only helped the enemy.

Blogger #6277 Hammer May 31, 2017 8:47 AM  

Would the Denver Post have fired him if he vilified Nazis instead of the Japanese?

Blogger dc.sunsets May 31, 2017 8:47 AM  

Looking Glass wrote:If Social Media wasn't a Combat Theater, I'd normally recommend no one be on it, at this point. It's just such a massive liability.

Mr. Frei put himself in a bad position; he made an honest statement. Not acceptable in the PC World.


Social Media are largely used to pursue social status, which is a major vice today. People are not constituted to "speak" in such an unnatural medium.

As to the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, of course many people saw it coming. A few of them left their words of warning & dismay, but most of those who could see the logical consequences of their present left no lasting record, the same as will be the case now.

This highlights the central fact of human history, that cycles of birth, growth, maturity, senility and death are inevitable.

Neither Utopia, Nirvana, nor the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth is an option. Those who pursue them are lunatics and idiots.

Anonymous kfg May 31, 2017 9:10 AM  

"Memorial Day is for remembering hotdogs!"

As American as apple strudel.

Anonymous Athor Pel May 31, 2017 9:22 AM  

"9. Blogger Sherwood family May 31, 2017 6:33 AM
Western Civilization in terminal decline.

I wonder if the average Roman felt the same way about what was happening in Rome during the run up to the Crisis of the Third Century. Did the regular Gaius on the street think that his leaders and fellow Romans had gone nuts?

Or are we simply the lucky ones who get to watch insanity enacted publicly for no perceivable benefit to anyone?
"



Rome used lead pipes to transport water within the city.
They put lead salts in wine to make it sweet.
Roman women used lead based cosmetics.
There were contemporary warnings of the danger of lead.
They knew it wasn't healthy.
They did it anyway
This went on for generations.

We used to have tetraethyl lead in our gasoline.
We knew tetraethyl lead was toxic back in the 1920's.
It took till the 1990's to completely remove lead from our gasoline.

We're not all that bright and we do things which actively make us dumber.

Anonymous basementhomebrewer May 31, 2017 9:29 AM  

dc.sunsets wrote:Looking Glass wrote:If Social Media wasn't a Combat Theater, I'd normally recommend no one be on it, at this point. It's just such a massive liability.

Mr. Frei put himself in a bad position; he made an honest statement. Not acceptable in the PC World.


Social Media are largely used to pursue social status, which is a major vice today. People are not constituted to "speak" in such an unnatural medium.

As to the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, of course many people saw it coming. A few of them left their words of warning & dismay, but most of those who could see the logical consequences of their present left no lasting record, the same as will be the case now.

This highlights the central fact of human history, that cycles of birth, growth, maturity, senility and death are inevitable.

Neither Utopia, Nirvana, nor the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth is an option. Those who pursue them are lunatics and idiots.


Which illustrates the utter foolishness and evil of Globalism. When a nation falls it affects only a portion of the world population. When you connect everyone together on a global scale everyone falls together which results in falling even harder.

Anonymous Mr. Rational May 31, 2017 9:45 AM  

Avalanche wrote:I don't know if young Roof was truly mentally 'off' or just had awakened into the horrific nightmare and saw nowhere else to go but nuts-with-a-gun because he didn't know of anyone else awake (except online)!
Roof supposedly had some correspondents on-line who contributed to his conversion.  This is strange.  The Marxist media and SJWs pull out all the stops to shame and harass anyone associated with "racism", but nothing has been published about them.

            Nothing.

This says to me that Roof was not self-radicalized but groomed as an asset.  His on-line associates were deep-state agents behind persona-management systems and their personae simply disappeared afterward.  Unless someone involved talks we'll never know who.

@36  Exactly.  Ask "cui bono?" and there's your smoking gun.

Anonymous The Original Arrogant Penguins Fan May 31, 2017 9:53 AM  

"The point is, if you can legitimately be fired for expressing one point of view, you can certainly be fired for expressing the opposite perspective."

Technically, that's not correct. The civil rights laws are very specific in that the rules are not for WASPs (and the like) and don't apply to them. I'm not sure what that means in the legalese process, but such it is.

Anonymous The Original Arrogant Penguins Fan May 31, 2017 9:59 AM  

And as far as this goes for the already seriously in trouble NASCAR... wow, just wow.

Oh, how the mighty have fallen - and guess what NFL, you are next.

Anonymous Icicle May 31, 2017 10:07 AM  

This says to me that Roof was not self-radicalized but groomed as an asset. His on-line associates were deep-state agents behind persona-management systems and their personae simply disappeared afterward. Unless someone involved talks we'll never know who.

Five years ago I would have said that was completely crazy. Not anymore. They do have the surveillance state in place to do it. Easily.

I think we might be finding out eventually though.

Anonymous Mr. Rational May 31, 2017 10:17 AM  

Icicle wrote:I think we might be finding out eventually though.
Unless they fink on the masterminds, it won't matter.

Speaking of red flags, Roof's "choice" (made for him, most likely) of target is more proof.  Someone actually going after the anti-White apparatus would do something like bomb a "white privilege" conference or take out a meeting of NAACP lawyers.  If you have to have a Black target, Benjamin Crump is a far better choice than a few Black mammies.

Roof knew about Brievik... and made this mistake anyway.

Roof's target was chosen to do the most damage to White people, and obviously not by him.

Blogger Servant May 31, 2017 10:36 AM  

If someone shoots up an office because of narrative adhesion failure firing, I won't feel at all bad for the keep heads down types caught in the crossfire either.

You are responsible for what you allow by inaction.

Anonymous Clay The Swamp Spartan May 31, 2017 10:54 AM  

VD wrote:I wonder if I should set up an anonymous email account and email his boss about this employee's tweets, in order to get this liberal loon fired.

Better yet, do it as a customer. How do you think the culture war will be won if one side fights and the other side refuses to do so?


Shoot, VD....I've been a dingleberry on your butt for 10 years or so, and you haven't told me to die.

Waste him/her.

Blogger wreckage May 31, 2017 11:03 AM  

If he'd said it about a German everybody would have laughed. Including the German.

Anonymous BBGKB May 31, 2017 11:22 AM  

Britain, Britain's Got Talent spares a lad for his "sexist and racist" tweets

The "British" nigcunt on America's Got Talent last night chimped over TRUMP so much she voted against a TRUMP impersonator making fun of him. Did any BathHouse Barry impersonators try out while he was in the White House?

So Ali was spared. The quality of selective mercy.

They feared he would blow up on them.

I wonder if I should set up an anonymous email account and email his boss about this employee's tweets, in order to get this liberal loon fired.

Set it up with yandex so if the employee is shown it they can further the Russians under the bed fantasy.

The civil rights laws are very specific in that the rules are not for WASPs (and the like) and don't apply to them. I'm not sure what that means in the legalese process, but such it is.

The same people who deal with HIPAA violations are the same that determine if you have enough cause to fire a black.

Someone actually going after the anti-White apparatus would do something like bomb a "white privilege" conference or take out a meeting of NAACP lawyers

If he Roof went around shooting drug dealers & pimps black people might have thanked him. Maybe we should try to get the message out SHOOT THE ONE DRILLING HOLES NOT THE WATER COMING INTO THE BOAT

Anonymous kfg May 31, 2017 11:41 AM  

"If he'd said it about a German everybody would have laughed."

An Italian driving a Mercedes won during WWI. Eddie Rickenbacker changed the spelling and pronunciation of his name, although his parents were actually Swiss.

But times change, so:

"Including the German."

The question being, at what?

Blogger Mr.MantraMan May 31, 2017 12:35 PM  

Will Little Ali rebel against Mommy Liberal or will Little Ali take his scolding like a boy?

Blogger Buybuydandavis May 31, 2017 12:58 PM  

VD: "I suspect there are already more than a few SJWs not getting hired for that reason"

It would be interesting to see the numbers of BlahBlah Studies majors being churned out every year. I expect in the not too distant future they'd be better off claiming they were in prison during those years.

Anonymous Clay May 31, 2017 1:57 PM  

Funny thing about the US....when we whoop somebody's butt, they generally profit from it.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 31, 2017 2:07 PM  

Clay wrote:Funny thing about the US....when we whoop somebody's butt, they generally profit from it.
Well, not the people whose butts we actively kicked, but their countrymen who wanted to work with us.
Same was true of Rome and the British Empire.

Anonymous David James May 31, 2017 2:32 PM  

"What I would like to see is people start getting fired for publicly expressing views approving of diversity and equality, or other aspects of social justice. I suspect there are already more than a few SJWs not getting hired for that reason..."

How is that even possible (i.e. that SJWs are not getting hired for expressing support for diversity, etc.)?

Blogger Cail Corishev May 31, 2017 2:49 PM  

How is that even possible (i.e. that SJWs are not getting hired for expressing support for diversity, etc.)?

Interviewer: "Do you mind working with people who are different from you?"
SJW: "Why no, I prefer it. One time I worked at a place that was, um, very white, you know? [Ramble ramble about my best friend is a black lesbian blah blah blah...] Diversity is our strength!"
Interviewer [to self]: "Round-file for this one."

Also, if you shoot down anyone with blue hair, obnoxious face jewelry, or any political affiliations listed on the resume, you'll eliminate many of them before they get to that point.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener May 31, 2017 4:51 PM  

Possible strategy for making sure you hire only the right people: ask about qualifications and experience with firearms. If providing security is only a minor part of someone's job duties then typically they're not required to be a licensed security guard, but an employer could probably get away with preferentially hiring those with weapons permits or demonstrable firearms proficiency.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener May 31, 2017 5:01 PM  

@40 Fun fact: avgas, used by small planes, still has tetraethyllead in it.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 31, 2017 5:52 PM  

Noah B The Savage Gardener wrote:Fun fact: avgas, used by small planes, still has tetraethyllead in it.
TEPb was originally added to increase the octane rating of gasoline. As refining has improved, that need went away in the 1950s, but it was found that the lead residue in the cylinder served as a lubricant, increasing piston ring and engine life, and improving gas mileage.
Avgas still needs the octane boost, and some aircraft engines actually do require the added lubrication.

Anonymous Tadd May 31, 2017 5:58 PM  

"You must not think disapproved thoughts"

You censor disapproved thoughts all the time, Vox.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 31, 2017 6:02 PM  

No, Tad, he censors disapproved persons.

Shut up Tad.

Anonymous BBGKB May 31, 2017 6:14 PM  

Possible strategy for making sure you hire only the right people: ask about qualifications and experience with firearms

Doesn't everyone claim to shoot within one MOA, able to shoot an apple at 1000 yards with their glock?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJ3XwizTqDw

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 31, 2017 6:19 PM  

BBGKB wrote:Doesn't everyone claim to shoot within one MOA, able to shoot an apple at 1000 yards with their glock?
Only the kind of pansies that would own a Glock, or think an AR is the ultimate rifle.

Blogger Aeoli Pera May 31, 2017 7:25 PM  

BBGKB wrote:Possible strategy for making sure you hire only the right people: ask about qualifications and experience with firearms

Doesn't everyone claim to shoot within one MOA, able to shoot an apple at 1000 yards with their glock?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJ3XwizTqDw


What an idiot, everybody knows you hold the gun sideways for extra torque.

Anonymous Mr. Rational May 31, 2017 11:45 PM  

@59 And there's about 11,000 barrels a day used in the US.  Motor gasoline is about 9.3 MILLION barrels.

The most common aviation blend is "100 LL" (low lead), dyed blue.  I've never seen 100 regular (green) nor the red variant.

@60  You can get autogas STCs for some aircraft.  I'd sure rather pay $2.50/gallon than $5, and not have any issues getting delivery.  Avgas is such a tiny niche product that refineries may well wish to stop making it.

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