No, I’m not obsessed with Canada. …but
The line dividing Northern and Southern Canada according to Statistics Canada.
Everything that’s free is paid for by somebody who works.
Moving to California was THE DREAM even 10 years ago.
Now it costs five times more to rent a moving truck to leave California as opposed to renting a truck and moving there. In fact, if you push it, you can likely rent the truck free of charge just to drive it there because the demand to leave is so high.
That’s how fast Democrats can destroy a state.
Furthermore I’m tired of our ancestors being compared to today’s migrants. Settling an undeveloped land, and building a civilization is not comparable to moving to a post-industrial nation and signing up for welfare and a free ObamaPhone.
I’ve been following the price of lumber. Do you think that I should sell my house for parts?
Do you need an 8 Shot Magnum?
I remember when Comedy was funny
Czech Air Force
A lot of people have uncharitable things to say about the MiG 21, but they were rugged and in their sphere of operation, they were effective enough.
Small Self-Defense Contraptions
I have no problem with brass knuckles. In fact, I like them. The modern variants are made of polymer and are also effective. I think that small firearms have their place.
However, when you combine the two and add a wonky little spike?
If you punch somebody with something like this little novelty weapon, would it break all of the fragile working parts?
Manufactured in the United States, inspired by Dolne’s Apache revolver – .32 cap and ball, underhammer percussion lock, brass frame and knuckle duster grip, blued steel rotating blade.
The defeat of Agincourt opened the way for the English conquest of Normandy.
Between 1417 and 1450 the duchy was under direct administration of the English, who planned to install a population of settlers. Resistance to the English was harshly repressed.