Shooting Industry: The Back Blasts

6 Pins1.11k Followers
Cops in Portland, Ore., a city sometimes called “the fruits and nuts overflow from San Francisco,” get some pretty freaky calls, but this one really got their attention. About 7 o’clock on a Tuesday morning, a woman reported her car was being attacked by a pirate.  Click here now: http://www.shootingindustry.com/not-just-another-routine-call/

Cops in Portland, Ore., a city sometimes called “the fruits and nuts overflow from San Francisco,” get some pretty freaky calls, but this one really got their attention. About 7 o’clock on a Tuesday morning, a woman reported her car was being attacked by a pirate. Click here now: http://www.shootingindustry.com/not-just-another-routine-call/

You know, it’s really refreshing when you occasionally find a stickup man who says “thank you” after robbing you, or a burglar who wipes his feet before prying your door open and letting himself in, but sometimes, courtesy seriously interferes with the efficient conduct of criminal enterprise. It really ruined young Kevin Clarence’s master plan. Click to read more: http://www.shootingindustry.com/too-courteous-for-a-life-of-crime/

You know, it’s really refreshing when you occasionally find a stickup man who says “thank you” after robbing you, or a burglar who wipes his feet before prying your door open and letting himself in, but sometimes, courtesy seriously interferes with the efficient conduct of criminal enterprise. It really ruined young Kevin Clarence’s master plan. Click to read more: http://www.shootingindustry.com/too-courteous-for-a-life-of-crime/

More and more sociologists are saying that online social media and video games can be as addicting as crack and heroin, and many of the withdrawal symptoms are just as emotionally damaging. I believe it, and offer as proof the case of Nick Wig, a young man who just couldn’t help himself. Click to read more about this here: http://www.shootingindustry.com/social-media-addiction-its-real/

More and more sociologists are saying that online social media and video games can be as addicting as crack and heroin, and many of the withdrawal symptoms are just as emotionally damaging. I believe it, and offer as proof the case of Nick Wig, a young man who just couldn’t help himself. Click to read more about this here: http://www.shootingindustry.com/social-media-addiction-its-real/

Surveillance cameras caught everything when three stooges — maybe not the originals, but their techniques were very similar — charged into a Houston department store in early morning hours. Read more here: http://www.shootingindustry.com/who-knew-they-were-crooks/

Surveillance cameras caught everything when three stooges — maybe not the originals, but their techniques were very similar — charged into a Houston department store in early morning hours. Read more here: http://www.shootingindustry.com/who-knew-they-were-crooks/

In “social media,” it’s routine: Anytime a photo is posted showing a hunter proudly posing with a trophy, the anti-gun, anti-hunting self-proclaimed animal lovers go into mass hysterics, calling the sportsman — or even more hated sportswoman — all manner of creatively nasty names and even making death threats. Read more here: http://www.shootingindustry.com/that-horrible-hunter-killed-the-innocent-what/

In “social media,” it’s routine: Anytime a photo is posted showing a hunter proudly posing with a trophy, the anti-gun, anti-hunting self-proclaimed animal lovers go into mass hysterics, calling the sportsman — or even more hated sportswoman — all manner of creatively nasty names and even making death threats. Read more here: http://www.shootingindustry.com/that-horrible-hunter-killed-the-innocent-what/

When construction worker Willie Harris opened the door to the office bathroom, he took a quick glance and suddenly decided he could wait. At first it looked like there was a 2-foot loop of heavy hose protruding between the toilet’s seat and cover. Checking it out just a little closer, it did sort of look like a fat snake, but he thought it must be a fake — somebody pulling a joke. Then it moved. Read more here: http://www.shootingindustry.com/cottonmouth-separates-the-women-from-the-boys/

When construction worker Willie Harris opened the door to the office bathroom, he took a quick glance and suddenly decided he could wait. At first it looked like there was a 2-foot loop of heavy hose protruding between the toilet’s seat and cover. Checking it out just a little closer, it did sort of look like a fat snake, but he thought it must be a fake — somebody pulling a joke. Then it moved. Read more here: http://www.shootingindustry.com/cottonmouth-separates-the-women-from-the-boys/

Pinterest
Search