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- Re: Thirteenth edition of the posts in a day record
I talked with some friends about that and the idea of a "internet marathon" has deeply tempted them, so I dunno how things will turn out but I might end up being forced to participate by them and all of this while drunk, if not well I guess that I'll do my best to pop around a bit since my schedule has saturday as a work day...
- Re: Upcoming Games
Ubisoft release a new video about his line-up for the E3 2018.
Apprently there will be new games announced during the conference but, there will be probably no Rayman game for this E3.
- Re: Guilty or Innocent Game
Innocent. Thank goodness.
Ever cooked for your family?
- Re: Off Topic
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/BulletproofHumanShieldincognito wrote:Now imagine the following, you're in a long line, in a bank as an example, in a tight corridor, and you decide to go postal and take out a micro Uzi outta your bag, you start shooting the guy facing you, but the bullets hardly go through the body the other people are using as a meatshield... So you take out a Magnum Research BFR chambered in.500 S&W Magnum cal... You know the drill... Goes through everythin' like if it was butter.
What you got there is an analysis of the penetration of high cal into a flesh body, the M16's bullet being 5.56, however I'll let you know that a Micro Uzi can only be chambered in small cal such as 9mm or 22lr...
Boosts chances of survival however. In my opinion the main issue is social there, massive shootings happen in school for a reason, and if automatic weapons weren't there you can be sure who did that would've done it with as much as a lawnmower blade or a makeshift flamethrower, if not even both, the weapons themselves ain't pushing these dudes on the edge of postalness.Hunchman801 wrote:
I'm not convinced that having everyone walk around with a 'bulletproof' vest is the solution hereincognito wrote:Now I'm talking about small cal to be legal because a protection against it it possible, put on a kevlar with some plates, and it's all right (As long as it ain't subsonic though, but this is reserved to special forces). While if you wanna try to protect yourself from some 5.56 NATO or 7.62, I wish you good fuckin luck, shit's even going through sandbags... I swear that it would be a huge progress to even regulate the circulations of weapons of war, just calculate the chances of surviving a blast of 22.long vs a goddamn 5.56 out of a AR-15, excluding the possibility of a headshot, chances of survival are always higher with small calibers...
Now I picture a kid grabbing The great communicator for a massacre... Weapons surely boost the bodycount though, but the trend of more and more dudes being pushed to their lower instincts is surely caused by something...
- Re: Rayman 2
Play this at a high volume. I dare you.
- Re: Music you are listening to now!
Sam & Max games are underrated.
- Re: Food
Haha yeah kinda, mostly during those posting sprees Hood and me had last year.
- Re: The You Game!
< has finished Algebra 2! Now all that's left for < is to complete Spanish class. < has today and tomorrow to do only 2 assessments and 1 exam.
- Re: Food
Ah yes. Wasn't your love for pizza a meme here for a while?
- Re: Food
Cooking a pizza right now. It's in the oven. Can't wait to eat it.
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