Watch this for a good laugh! It’s also a great reminder of what its like if a team doesn’t train together.
Here is the website for the Norwegian who is fighting against Isis that I linked to earlier. There are some interesting pictures on here, including one of the new Vortex Strike Eagle. I have been told from a gentleman who is an adviser to the Peshmerga how much they like their variable powered BDC reticle optics. This seems to confirm that somewhat. There is also a picture of him with the strike eagle mounted on his rifle.
Wouldn’t you have to go at least once? It would be interesting to visit with some of these people about where things are headed. I see alot of creativity at work there.
I got a chuckle from the following: “While the U.S. slowly recovered from the recession that struck in 2008, Puerto Rico’s decline has been unrelenting, even as the government ran up debt in a bid to keep the economy afloat.”
Boy, am I glad the rest of the country didn’t do that! I wonder why PR thought it was a good idea?
All that and only 2 pounds. I’ve been thinking of getting one of the portable LiPo power systems available at automotive stores, but this might be worth checking out instead.
I wanted to share this. Use it to help enlighten others
The CW2 Cube — Mapping the Meta-Terrain Of Civil War Two
by Matthew Bracken
A second civil war in the United States would be an unparalleled disaster. Nobody who is sane and who has studied modern civil wars from Spain to Lebanon to the Balkans and beyond would ever wish to see one occur. But if political, cultural and demographic trends are sweeping us toward that unhappy destiny, it would be wise to at least cast a weather eye over the possible terrain.
Before we move on to the cube, let’s begin with the CW2 Square. The…
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Anything with Matt Bracken on it is usually very good and worth your time checking out. If you haven’t read his books, you are well behind the power curve. WRSA gets a shout out from Alex Jones also, pretty cool I think.