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General Discussion / Re: August 24 “Rimfire Only”
« Last post by QUIETShooter on Today at 05:38:33 AM »
I didn't even know bullets can ricochet off a dirt or sandy berm.  I guess it's similar when we skip stones off the water surface?  But bullet configuration vs. the flat sided surface of a stone...... ???

A shot aimed in the air makes sense to me.  But if that was the case, why are they re-building the berms?

Sorry gang, just thinking out loud.  As it was mentioned, I should just shut up and wait for the official report and announcement scheduled for today. :-X
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General Discussion / Re: August 24 “Rimfire Only”
« Last post by aaronc5362 on Today at 05:04:43 AM »
There was a high angle bullet strike on a car in Hawaii Kai a week ago, though the person is unsure exactly where it happened and where the bullet came from.  A bullet was recovered from the car and police report made.

It could be related to that, though I don't think a ricochet would do that, more like a round shot high.  If it was planned range maintenance, then notice would've been made a lot earlier.  Don't think it would be related to lead poisoning either.

Even at high angle I doubt that bs. Go through a metal roof? I watched a video where they shot 9 and 45 straight into the air and land less than 1 inch deep of desert sand. It was a myth buster type of experiment. Kinda like how if you drop a penny from empire state building and kill someone. And to say a ricochet (where it loses even more energy) and fall. More like someone intentionally did that. Not to mention all parts of vehicles have a DOT rating, including the roof. Then has to pass the inside liner.
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Exactly.
If the FBI finds a big box of paper with a classified document they are going to take the whole box even if Trump claims there are documents covered by executive privilege inside and sort it out later.

It all depends what the search warrant authorizes them to take too.

Federal Bureau of Intimidation gets a corrupt judge to sign off on yet another witch hunt to go after the enemies of a failing regime, basically declaring war on the Constitution and the American people.
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Off Topic / Re: It's Chun Li from Street Fighter
« Last post by hvybarrels on Today at 12:49:37 AM »
I remember playing the old surfing video games where you could do all these crazy aerials that never happen in real life, and then one day they started happening in competition

Life imitates art

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Political Discussion / Re: Rules for thee but not for me
« Last post by drck1000 on August 15, 2022, 10:39:59 PM »
So why not just say it in three words?
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Political Discussion / Re: Rules for thee but not for me
« Last post by ren on August 15, 2022, 10:35:06 PM »
Duh.

My not knowing does not validate or invalidate the FBI search warrant. As if crimes only occurred if I have personal knowledge about them.

So why not just say it in three words?
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Thats not how search warrants and EP work.

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Exactly.
If the FBI finds a big box of paper with a classified document they are going to take the whole box even if Trump claims there are documents covered by executive privilege inside and sort it out later.

It all depends what the search warrant authorizes them to take too.
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Political Discussion / Re: FBI raid at Trump residence
« Last post by eyeeatingfish on August 15, 2022, 10:06:27 PM »
Were you born after the Mueller Investigaion?

FISA court slams FBI conduct in Carter Page
surveillance warrant applications


https://www.cnn.com/2019/12/17/politics/fisa-court-slams-fbi-conduct/index.html

In all fairness the FISA court seemed to be trying to wash its hands of the shared blame for that debacle.
The first warrant was justified but after that the FBI got greedy and the courts got lazy.
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Political Discussion / Re: Rules for thee but not for me
« Last post by eyeeatingfish on August 15, 2022, 10:04:22 PM »
(1) The Democrats are ABUSING THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL POWER OF IMPEACHMENT.  Even though impeachment is more of a political vs. criminal process, there has never been as brazen nor transparent an attempt to use that power to oust a sitting president when no actual crimes or actions against the interest of the American people have actually happened.  The charges were vague, based on hearsay or circumstantial "evidence", and largely without any merit at all.

We have discussed this before and we disagree so I don't see any point in going back over it again.


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(2) Your opinion (and that's only an opinion) about Trump supporters is 100% wrong.  We are completely open to accepting any validated evidence that Trump committed crimes, but after the longest investigation against a President is our nation's history, we find it was the investigator, not Trump, who broke the law.

Again I would disagree. They say they would accept evidence against Trump but then bend over backwards to find a reason to claim the evidence isn't any good.


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(3)  When people like Adam Schiff go on TV non-stop to claim the evidence Trump did whatever is in the public domain, but he's so far produced nothing, how can anyone with half a brain continue to believe these liars?

Schiff is a turd, you will find no defense of him from me.

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(4)  What's more likely?

     A.  Trump is a genius -- a criminal mastermind who cleverly conducts all his illegal business leaving not one shred of evidence worthy of convicting him, or

     B.  The Democrats exaggerate whatever straw they can find into impeachable offenses in order to get rid of him regardless of the damage it does to this nation?


Maybe both, except that Trump isn't that good at not leaving any evidence behind so....
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Political Discussion / Re: Rules for thee but not for me
« Last post by eyeeatingfish on August 15, 2022, 09:56:26 PM »
What boggles my mind is that folks who rail on Trump are blind to see that same crap happening with Biden et al. . .

No, because can't be media bias. . . #notprovenincourt  ::)

Such people exist on both sides so yes there are ones who do the same for Biden.
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