Monday, October 22, 2007

NY Times BS

I've been away for awhile. Just because I haven't blogged doesn't mean I haven't done a shitload of really interesting shooting.

This awoke me from my slumber. The New York Times has decided to not charge money for access for its opinion page. I'm not sure that was a good idea as far as my personal mental health goes.


Dumbass sentence #1:

...a groundbreaking measure signed into law earlier this month by the state’s Republican governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, offers a realistic hope for bringing more murderers, gang members and other armed criminals to justice.

Think they have those weird, ESP bitches from "Minority Report?" Think they have the future mapped out like those outlaws in the "Terminator" series?

Alas and alack, no.

"Under the new measure — the Crime Gun Identification Act — manufacturers of semiautomatic weapons will have to equip new guns sold in California starting in 2010 with inexpensive technology known as microstamping. This process involves using lasers to create microscopic markings that record the make, model and serial number of a semiautomatic handgun onto its firing pin and other internal surfaces. These markings automatically transfer onto the bullet shell casing when a gun is fired, providing a valuable lead for police investigators when, as commonly happens, casings from the shooter’s weapon are found at a crime scene."

Holy Mother of Jesus, I feel better. God knows it would take a PhD to defeat any of the measures the Kindergarden Cop and his leftist cohorts have devised for the criminal element. I'm sure I could never figure out how to use a file, especially if I didn't have a job and could devote whole days to the endevour.

Why are people who write for newspapers so stupid?

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