2 Twin Glocks.
They must be fraternal twins because one of them is a Kahr, not a Glock. Also, one is a .40 S&W and the other is a 9mm. So they are in no way twins. Learn your shit.
…and then i followed that was hilarious 10/10
Drummer Lee Rigby or ‘Riggers’ to his friends was born in July 1987 in Crumpsall, Manchester. He joined the Army in 2006 and on successful completion of his infantry training course at Infantry Training Centre Catterick was selected to be a member of the Corps of Drums and posted to 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (also known as the ‘Second Fusiliers’ or ‘2 RRF’).
His first posting was as a machine gunner in Cyprus where the battalion was serving as the resident infantry battalion in Dhekelia. Having performed a plethora of tasks while in Cyprus, he returned to the UK in the early part of 2008 to Hounslow, West London. Here, Drummer Rigby stood proudly outside the royal palaces as part of the battalion’s public duties commitment. He was an integral member of the Corps of Drums throughout the battalion’s time on public duties, the highlight of which was being a part of the Household Division’s Beating Retreat – a real honour for a line infantry Corps of Drums.
In April 2009, Drummer Rigby deployed on operations for the first time to Helmand province, Afghanistan, where he served as a member of the Fire Support Group at Patrol Base Woqab. On returning to the UK he completed a second tour of public duties and then moved with the battalion to Celle, Germany, to be held at a state of high readiness for contingency operations as part of the Small Scale Contingency Battle Group.
In 2011, Drummer Rigby took up a recruiting post in London where he also assisted with duties at the regimental headquarters in the Tower of London.
An extremely popular and witty soldier, Drummer Rigby was a larger than life personality within the Corps of Drums and was well known, liked and respected across the Second Fusiliers. He was a passionate and lifelong Manchester United fan.
A loving father to his son Jack, aged 2 years, he will be sorely missed by all who knew him. The regiment’s thoughts and prayers are with his family during this extremely difficult time. ‘Once a Fusilier, always a Fusilier’.
goddammit that was beautiful
ugh they’re touching all my feels
aw that was the cutest shit ever
ugh this q&a is hard to watch
THE TEARS ARE FOR MEREDITH’S STRIPPER SON WHAT IS HAPPENING
I’m about to watch the Office finale.
I’ll probably cry a little not gunna lie
sometimes peeing is such a relief I lose my balance
An interesting model of our solar system’s path as it travels through space in the Milky Way.
Certainly a departure from usual models that show the Sun as a static object, which it certainly isn’t
I had no idea this was happening. Where are we going?
To fuck some shit up
In the wake of the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado passed some of the strictest gun control measures in the country.
But in recent months, an overwhelming 55 of the state’s 62 county sheriffs have joined a lawsuit aiming to block the measures.
“These bills do absolutely nothing to make Colorado a safer place to live, to work, to play or to raise a family,” Weld County Sheriff John Cooke explained at a recent press conference. “Instead these misguided, unconstitutional bills will have the opposite effect because they greatly restrict the right of decent, law-abiding citizens to defend themselves, their families and their homes.”
Sheriff Terry Maketa of El Paso County is one of the opposing sheriffs, and he explained on TheBlaze TV Wednesday how the public was “duped” into supporting overly vague legislation banning high-capacity magazines and requiring background checks.
Maketa says they believe the laws are unenforceable, but also violate the Second and Fourteenth Amendments.
After explaining the tactics used to pass the bills that essentially “eliminated all public input,” Maketa reiterated that it’s clearly an “overreaching step” for politicians to claim law enforcement supports stricter gun control.
When asked by Pat Gray whether he and other sheriffs are “getting flak” for standing against the stricter measures, Maketa replied that it’s the “exact opposite.”
“I would say the communications I’ve received are 99% in favor,” he added.
“I think Colorado is the epicenter of this battle, and 55 Colorado sheriffs have drawn a line in the sand and said ‘We’re not going to tolerate it,’ he concluded. “[The laws] are unenforceable…and we certainly are not going to compromise citizens’ rights [to claim] that we are.”
Good to see somebody standing up for the people’s rights. If you don’t defend them, you lose them.
Why don't we take all the Money being wasted on Anti-gun laws and transfer it to Mental Health rehabilitation??
gonna get high and lay around naked all day.
But I wanted to first thank all my new followers and tell you guys to feel free to talk to me. I don’t...
My grandpa keeps every update on my business cards in his wallet.
Every single one.
doctorfaustine asked: Your thoughts on gun control have refreshed me. I am sick of people believing that LGBT rights and gun rights cancel each other out in some sort of perverse fashion. I support both, as I believe both are rights and not polite suggestions. Not a question so much as an affirmation. Never be a victim, rock on.
I am really happy
Why do women like being the big spoon? I feel like I got a backpack on or some shit.