cobra-23:

a-akii:

Except fire extinguishers don’t fucking hurt other people .. And kids can’t accidently kill themselves or other ppl thinking it’s a fucking toy .. God WHO THE FUK MAKES THESE THINGS UR SO STUPID

Last time I checked you can bludgeon someone with a fire extinguisher.  And like any weapon firearms require responsibility.

Fire extinguishers aren’t really a weapon though. But none the less I don’t think that guy gets the point

cobra-23:

a-akii:

Except fire extinguishers don’t fucking hurt other people .. And kids can’t accidently kill themselves or other ppl thinking it’s a fucking toy .. God WHO THE FUK MAKES THESE THINGS UR SO STUPID

Last time I checked you can bludgeon someone with a fire extinguisher. And like any weapon firearms require responsibility.

Fire extinguishers aren’t really a weapon though. But none the less I don’t think that guy gets the point

jukavo:

travel files / the Oregon Coast

jukavo:

travel files / the Oregon Coast

fuckyeahguardiansofthegalaxy:

elvinching submitted: 

Hooked on a Feelin’

fuckyeahguardiansofthegalaxy:

submitted:

Hooked on a Feelin’

crustyoltanker:

nolongerwhole:

bracedandready:

I applied for benefits in February 2013….no word at all until September 2013 when the VA set up my initial appointment for physical. All summer long the stress was high, had been high since February 2013 when I retired, losing 40% of your pay is hard. I applied for jobs, good jobs, very well qualified, I would get interviews, get notifications I was on the candidate list, but I would get bumped by other vets, I didn’t have a disability rating. I got word in early October that I was 100% service connected disabled. Oct 31 l was back at the hospital I guess the stress of retiring, not finding a job, no medical insurance, and 26 years of military service might have caught up to me. Two coronary stents. Luckily Tricare kicked in and covered a decent amount of the procedure, my first 2 checks went to pay off the balance…There was a time that I had no medical insurance, my wife and kids were covered but I wasn’t covered because I was on terminal leave so Tricare would not cover me at HOR, I would have to return to my home station for health care. I could only be seen for emergencies. I had to put off the symptoms I was feeling, $300 every time I went to the ER. We racked up about $20K on the credit cards just eek out a living.
I know a family that lives down the street, the husband was fired for a lapse in judgment (stole something), the wife quit school when she was 16 and stays home all day practicing karaoke and smoking pot, she doesn’t want to work cause she wants to take care of her kids (13 and 16). He won’t get a job because she won’t get a job. He fought and fought for unemployment and since she doesn’t work they court granted them unemployment in addition to SNAP and they have medical coverage through CHANGE Inc. I guess you could say I felt a bit betrayed.
I wrote this in January of 2014. Our situation is much better, we are lucky, the VA acted quickly on our case, 10 months. Other vets with more pressing needs are not getting the attention they deserve and have earned…..

Whoa…


Signal boost the shit outta this! Vets are going through this ever damn day!! We deserve better! We gave our blood and youth for this country. Now they turn a blind eye, and in some cases out right screw us over. This is a national disgrace.

crustyoltanker:

nolongerwhole:

bracedandready:

I applied for benefits in February 2013….no word at all until September 2013 when the VA set up my initial appointment for physical. All summer long the stress was high, had been high since February 2013 when I retired, losing 40% of your pay is hard. I applied for jobs, good jobs, very well qualified, I would get interviews, get notifications I was on the candidate list, but I would get bumped by other vets, I didn’t have a disability rating. I got word in early October that I was 100% service connected disabled. Oct 31 l was back at the hospital I guess the stress of retiring, not finding a job, no medical insurance, and 26 years of military service might have caught up to me. Two coronary stents. Luckily Tricare kicked in and covered a decent amount of the procedure, my first 2 checks went to pay off the balance…There was a time that I had no medical insurance, my wife and kids were covered but I wasn’t covered because I was on terminal leave so Tricare would not cover me at HOR, I would have to return to my home station for health care. I could only be seen for emergencies. I had to put off the symptoms I was feeling, $300 every time I went to the ER. We racked up about $20K on the credit cards just eek out a living.

I know a family that lives down the street, the husband was fired for a lapse in judgment (stole something), the wife quit school when she was 16 and stays home all day practicing karaoke and smoking pot, she doesn’t want to work cause she wants to take care of her kids (13 and 16). He won’t get a job because she won’t get a job. He fought and fought for unemployment and since she doesn’t work they court granted them unemployment in addition to SNAP and they have medical coverage through CHANGE Inc. I guess you could say I felt a bit betrayed.

I wrote this in January of 2014. Our situation is much better, we are lucky, the VA acted quickly on our case, 10 months. Other vets with more pressing needs are not getting the attention they deserve and have earned…..

Whoa…

Signal boost the shit outta this! Vets are going through this ever damn day!! We deserve better! We gave our blood and youth for this country. Now they turn a blind eye, and in some cases out right screw us over. This is a national disgrace.

faithcollapsing:

A Conservative’s first day on Tumblr.

faithcollapsing:

A Conservative’s first day on Tumblr.

When you meet someone who owns the exact same gun as you
thevermontdeal:

Banjo & Beer Camp! Tater Ridge - Scottish Ale brewed with sweet potatoes #sierranevada  #ashevillebrewersalliance

thevermontdeal:

Banjo & Beer Camp! Tater Ridge - Scottish Ale brewed with sweet potatoes #sierranevada #ashevillebrewersalliance

refactortactical:

RE Factor Tactical
No one ever said you shouldn’t be able to carry a gun. People are just saying that no one needs a collection of rifles. One gun will do the job. You don’t need ten or even two.
(via chanel-lipstick-stains)

Well since the government says I can’t hunt geese with my deer rifle, technically I do

theoldiebutgoodie:

1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350