Thumbs down from the ignorant is as good as thumbs up from the wise. If you need to have sarcasm explained to you then explaining sarcasm to you wouldn't do you any good anyway.
He and fellow idiot Scott Pelley on the CBS evening news seem really worried about this problem they just invented.2 AnswersPolitics4 years ago
...and save me a parking space? Last time it was such a madhouse I just kept driving and went and bought some junk at Harbor Freight instead. Shriner's Temple near St. Andrews Road.7 AnswersHunting7 years ago
I've had this AK for a while now. Originally bought it just to spite Bill Clinton and his friends when they passed their "assault weapons" ban. Well today I finally decided to end its safe queen status and shoot it for the first time. Damn was I disappointed. As we all know from the many questions posted here, an AK can rarely hit the broad side of a barn even when you're standing inside one but this stupid rifle could nail 2 liter soda bottles dead center every stinkin' time (at about 50 yards). I didn't look for a longer range to shoot on because, well, it's an AK right?
So my question is, what can I do to get optimal AK inaccuracy from this gun? Maybe add some kind of tactical rail and really cheap optical sight and leave all the screws loose? Somebody help me out.10 AnswersHunting8 years ago
Just that simple. If we can't indicate a defective, misleading, or even potentially dangerous answer to a hunting question with thumbs down, is the best remaining option to report them all? I'm giving it a try.11 AnswersHunting9 years ago
Just that simple. If we can't indicate a defective, misleading, or even potentially dangerous answer with thumbs down, is the best remaining option to report them all?6 AnswersYahoo Answers9 years ago
Apparently there's an official line that we're all supposed to know and be able to recite (at least that's what the sensitive, caring Left believes). So how does one get on the mailing list, because I'm not getting the updates?8 AnswersHunting10 years ago
In news reporting of "cash for clunkers" was there some legal requirement to use the term gas guzzler?
Without fail, in every news report of the recently ended program if the talking head uttered one term, the other would also be used within a few seconds. Is this a policy that came down from above, or do they all just mindlessly parrot each other, or what?5 AnswersMedia & Journalism1 decade ago
Google Maps and similar services are very interesting and useful for seeing how things look now, or just about now, but are there any similar ways to look at the Earth at some specific past date (or the photo dated closest it)?2 AnswersGoogle1 decade ago
Google Maps and similar services are very interesting and useful for seeing how things look now, or just about now, but are there any similar ways to look at the Earth at some specific past date (or the photo dated closest it)?7 AnswersGeography1 decade ago
Something fairly compact but with a usable keyboard, touchpad, 2-3 USB ports and wireless LAN.1 AnswerLaptops & Notebooks1 decade ago
I understand how they're doing it, CBS is using technology that hides facial lines and wrinkles by slightly blurring anthing in a selected color range.
Am I supposed to trust what I hear from their anchor person when they can't even be honest with me about what she looks like?6 AnswersMedia & Journalism1 decade ago