|Caminante Nocturno - 2011-07-10 |
He just wouldn't stop licking the gun.
|baleen - 2011-07-10 |
One less murderer out there.
|duck&cover - 2011-07-10 |
All gave some, some gave all.
|Innocent Bystander - 2011-07-10 |
Mr. Meowmers? Is that a Wizard People, Dear Reader reference?
|garcet71283 - 2011-07-10 |
|Cena_mark - 2011-07-11 |
The sniper would have missed. With his trigger pull he would have pulled to the left. Actors need to learn how to use actual guns because now that I know how to shoot it all gets ruined for me.
No, see, the sniper thought ahead. When he zeroed his sight for the kittie's range, he took into account his tendency to jerk the trigger. I saw his grouping, it was hella tight.
Besides, we know the sniper didn't miss, because otherwise Sergeant Meowmers wouldn't be dead. Unless the grave is a decoy, and all part of some top level black ops plan to drop Mr Meowmers off the radar, so they can retrain him as part of some elite, supra-national Ghost Kittie team. The director may have included the improper trigger squeeze as a clue, a super secret clue that only high speed commando motherfuckers would pick up on.
And you're on to them.
I'm not on a cutter. I'm on a land unit, and I don't mop.
Land Coast Guard? What is it, some kind of Seabees thing? I'm not trying to make fun, I'm honestly curious as to what the Coast Guard would be doing with rifles on land. Shooting Russian refugees as they float across the Bering Sea on innertubes?
And everybody mops in the military!
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