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It's just hard to take Justice Stevens seriously

RailGunner AR-15 (1 comments)

If stupidity hurt, Stevens would require a morphine drip.

As far as why the AR-15 is so popular... everyone who ones one has their reasons that they like it, so I'll give you mine:

+ Accuracy. The hole in the paper is typically *exactly* where I wanted to put it, and if it isn't, it was my fault.
+ Recoil. The .223 Rem / 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge in an AR-15 has very little recoil. Women and some children can fire this weapon standing up. (Though our idiot VP says "Get a shotgun", I've seen too many women who were unable to handle a 12 gauge... but the AR-15? No problem.)
+ Rail system. The AR platform is very customizable with scopes, lights... some day, I'll trick mine out, but in the mean time I can still shoot a tick off a dog's ass at 100 yards with it with the iron sights. ;)

+ The .223 Rem / 5.56x45mm NATO round. Simply put, against a human target, this round is devastating. For self/home defense, the 30 round magazine allows for you to miss a few times and still put a hurting on the bad guy, and the round itself tumbles and fragments causing intense damage to internal organs despite being a comparably small projectile to even the often maligned 9mm round. This round will also take down smaller animals -- deer, wild hogs -- while some states will not let you hunt with the .223 cartridge, the .223 round WILL drop a deer.

(Not as reliably as that .30-06 rifle I'm hoping to get for my birthday, but it's still effective.)

Consider this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

And compare to my choice of handgun caliber, the mighty .45 ACP: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

See the difference? It's breathtaking.

Of course, for pure devastation you need a .50 caliber rifle round: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

So why do the gun grabbers hate it?

1. It's black, and most liberals are secretly racist
2. It's "scary" looking

In summation: accurate, low recoil, customizable, effective cartridge against both human and deer. AR-15's are AWESOME.


Why Libertarians should be against gay marriage

RailGunner Re:What value does a government add to any marriag (25 comments)

Enjoy visitation rights

Please find one instance in the last 25 years where someone hasn't been allowed to visit a friend in the Hospital for any reason other than a medical one (for example, the patient has flesh eating bacteria and is highly contagious).

2 days ago

Photo Web Site Offers a Wall of Shame For Image Thieves

RailGunner Re:Simple (126 comments)

Greased up deaf guy works cheaper.

5 days ago

Facts are not evidence, to some

RailGunner Re:Hank Aaron was ... (25 comments)

Eric Holder is an asshole. Where would rank him on the Reid Scale? Say, 0.7 Reid?

about a week ago

Facts are not evidence, to some

RailGunner Re:Hank Aaron was ... (25 comments)

Is there a bigger asshole in politics than Harry Reid?

Clinton. Pick either one.

about a week ago

Steyn on Eich

RailGunner Re:So, it's wrong for a foundation to have values? (83 comments)

Oh, that's coming, if the inability of AZ photographers to have any say in their customers is an indicator.

When this happens, and a church is forced to perform a gay wedding against it's will...

It'll be time for open, armed, revolt.

about a week ago

Propaganda 'Truth': Opposition to Obama is Racist

RailGunner It's a crutch... (62 comments)

that everything can be blamed on. Like Global Warming. Too many hurricanes? ZOMG GLOBAL WARMING!!
No hurricanes? ZOMG GLOBAL WARMING!!

Coldest winter in decades? ZOMG GLOBAL WARM--, ER, I MEAN, CLIMATE CHANGE!!

I'll admit it. I hate what these people stand for.

about a week ago

Steyn on Eich

RailGunner Re:So, it's wrong for a foundation to have values? (83 comments)

As a matter of fact, yes I have.

How did you miss the part where Marx wants to promote homosexuality as an alternative lifestyle to help undermine and destroy the Catholic Church, who Marx saw as the lone defense against creating his totalitarian world order? Did you learn anything about what the French did to Catholic Clergy during the French Revolution?

(Looks at who posted... oh, right. Either you're 1. Lying again or 2. Didn't comprehend what you read. Either is possible.)

about a week ago

Steyn on Eich

RailGunner Re:So, it's wrong for a foundation to have values? (83 comments)

Then why not give that ability to Jesus as well?

Dictionary: Omniscient

I could explain this further to you, but then I truly would be casting pearls before swine. Therefore, I have no choice but to start ignoring you again, as you can't help yourself other than to be a weapons-grade idiot.

Perhaps the AC trolls are right and you are a fake liberal. Would be a shame if you were truly as stupid in real life as you appear on slashdot.

about a week ago

An old, ex-liberal, on the state of the Left

RailGunner Re:For shame (27 comments)

Not without you becoming Catholic and taking communion, and feeling the fire inside when you consume the host.

However, my own experiences are more than enough proof for me.

about a week ago

An old, ex-liberal, on the state of the Left

RailGunner Re:For shame (27 comments)

"Fustakrakich" is a bad nick name for you. You should rechristen yourself as "homunculus" since that is all you appear to believe yourself to be.

about a week ago

An old, ex-liberal, on the state of the Left

RailGunner Re:For shame (27 comments)

to the point of denying the fact that genetics has any effect on the "choices" we make.

Free will doesn't exist? Or are you simply claiming that you are essentially a mindless automaton?

unless you want to admit that religion is hereditary

Religion is a personal choice.

and can't be altered

Well, the Almighty himself says He is eternal and unchanging (as He is perfect), so why would there be a need for religion to be altered?

Churches adapt, and some language gets clarified, but the core tenets of the faith are unchanging.

about a week ago

An old, ex-liberal, on the state of the Left

RailGunner Catholic Perspective (27 comments)

Same sex attraction is not sin, it is temptation.
It is not sinful to be tempted, it is only sin when you act on it.

I find women attractive. If I act on that attraction with a women who is not my wife, I have sinned. Same goes for people with same sex attraction -- it's not sinful until they act on it.

about a week ago

Steyn on Eich

RailGunner Re:So, it's wrong for a foundation to have values? (83 comments)

If you want to make a claim that Jesus wasn't out to change anything, you can go ahead and try to present that case

I already did, by referencing Jesus being quoted as saying that He wasn't there to change the Law. And by law, of course, he meant Jewish Law which (among other things) prohibited homosexual contact -- in order words, it defined what is, and what is not, sinful.

It may help you to understand the Catholic Church's position: Same Sex attraction is not a sin. Just like it's not a sin for me to be attracted to women -- however, if I engage in sexual activity outside the bounds of marriage (not to MH42 -- yes, I'm oversimplifying this, but DR isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer) then I have sinned. Likewise, if a person with same sex attraction acts on it, and engages in homosexual activity, then they have sinned.

You quoted a part of a New Testament book, which was written after the life of Jesus

Some ignorant people on the left claim the New Testament says nothing about it, the apostle Paul's letter to the Roman's is proof otherwise. Do you know anything about Paul's conversion on the road to Damascus?

However being as you are using a "law" that was written into the bible after the passage of Jesus, how would he have been able to know anything of it?

He is eternal, and inspired Paul's writings. But in your specific pedantic complaint, Jesus was talking about Jewish Law, which Paul also knew very well, considering his early life persecuting Christians. Also noteworthy is the fact that Paul's writings do not contradict any moral laws.

So once again, your "argument" is utterly, completely, and totally wrong. As usual.

about a week ago

Steyn on Eich

RailGunner Re:So, it's wrong for a foundation to have values? (83 comments)

I'm not the original AC, and fear I'm casting pearls before swine here, but I'll interject myself into this conversation.

Romans 1: 18 The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of people, who suppress the truth by their wickedness, 19 since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. 20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.

21 For although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him, but their thinking became futile and their foolish hearts were darkened. 22 Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools 23 and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images made to look like a mortal human being and birds and animals and reptiles.

24 Therefore God gave them over in the sinful desires of their hearts to sexual impurity for the degrading of their bodies with one another. 25 They exchanged the truth about God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator—who is forever praised. Amen.

26 Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones. 27 In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed shameful acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their error.

So there you go. New Testament verses strongly condemning homosexuality, and by proxy, gay marriage.

And since you mentioned Jesus, He was quoted in Matthew 5:18 as saying: For truly I tell you, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished.

Since you're an idiot, I'll explain this to you: Jesus was saying that He wasn't there to change what is, and what is not, sinful in the eyes of God.

Therefore, as usual, you are utterly, completely, and totally wrong.

about two weeks ago

Steyn on Eich

RailGunner Re:So, it's wrong for a foundation to have values? (83 comments)

marriage is not marriage

Think we should tell them that when Pope Francis was talking about recognizing "civil unions" recently that what he was actually talking about was heterosexual marriages performed either civilly or in the Protestant Church and not the mockery of marriage that is a homosexual union?

about two weeks ago

Elections have consequences, but only when they advance Holy Progress

RailGunner Re:And the sad part is (45 comments)

You're projecting again. Stop acting like you know me, you don't.

You're running scared from the inevitable, and you're lashing out.

Now that's just stupid. I'm not lashing out against anything other than the obvious fascism.

and you're mad as hell

Wrong again. Anger is not the emotion at all.

In some ways, as fast as the world is deteriorating gives me some relief, knowing the one true King will probably return soon.

about two weeks ago

Elections have consequences, but only when they advance Holy Progress

RailGunner Re:And the sad part is (45 comments)

Of course I am pro-life. You are merely a liberal troll.

about two weeks ago

Elections have consequences, but only when they advance Holy Progress

RailGunner Re:And the sad part is (45 comments)

Regardless if it is alive

The child is unquestionably alive

, while inside the mother, it is part of the mother.

Incorrect. The child has a human DNA that is half mother, half father, and therefore a unique human organism.

There is a completely scientific reason to be opposed to abortion. It's a shame you're willfully ignorant on the matter.

about two weeks ago



Breaking News: Al Gore Dead at age 63

RailGunner RailGunner writes  |  about 3 years ago

RailGunner (554645) writes "Former Vice President Al Gore was found naked from the waist down and dead in the Alaskan Wilderness this morning. Wasilla Police released a statement today: "Evidence suggests that while Mr. Gore was sexually enjoying the company of a polar bear who promised to release his third chakra and give him the happy ending that the masseuse wouldn't, the infamous Manbearpig was able to sneak up behind Mr. Gore and deliver a fatal blow." Mr. Gore is perhaps best known for the claim that the Polar Ice Caps would melt in 5 years — that he first made 8 years ago. The Polar Ice Caps were quoted as saying "Yeah, dude, we're still here, chillaxing as always.""
Link to Original Source



Coming soon to an iOS device near you

RailGunner RailGunner writes  |  about two weeks ago

.. a match 3 game featuring buxom blondes, clubs, and baby seals.

I call it...

Scandi Crush Saga.


Weapons Grade Stupidity

RailGunner RailGunner writes  |  about three weeks ago Recently, an Anonymous Coward (but I have a couple of guesses as to who really wrote it) accused me of being racist because I am pro-life.

The AC's argument was: You say you want to ban abortion, but what you really want is to ban abortion except for the type that rich white people can afford, therefore, you're a racist.

The logical leaps in this argument are almost breathtaking in their stupidity. I'd be surprised, but I've had this account for probably a decade now and as such liberal stupidity is, quite frankly, nothing new.

Here's some pseudocode that explains my position on abortion:

bool MayHaveAnAbortion (Mother m)
if (m.LifeAtRisk() == true)
return true;
return false;

Please note, dear liberals, that in this example there is no consideration for race, socio-economic status, or any other victim groups that you like to place people in.

(Yes, I am aware that the method could simply be "return m.IsLifeAtRisk()" but let's face it, the liberals around here aren't smart enough to handle that and would only get confused.)

So to sum up: Yes, I am absolutely opposed to all forms of abortion for all women except in cases where the life of the mother is at risk.

Furthermore, the logical errors required to somehow twist that into calling me a racist are exceptional in their stupidity, and proves (yet again) the intellectual dishonesty of the "progressive" movement -- showing the "progressive" movement to be nothing more than a secular humanistic death cult.


Beta, Part 2

RailGunner RailGunner writes  |  about 2 months ago You know... since I've written enterprise applications (singlehandedly, and no, I won't tell you which ones) that dwarf slashdot... I might be tempted to write a replacement, given how bad Beta is and how much people are complaining about it...

How would I do it? In the spirit of Open Source, I'd use PostgreSQL as a database backend, as MySQL or MariaDB is, in my humble opinion, inferior to PostgreSQL.

One reason is the syntax of PL-PGSQL vs. T-SQL. I hate T-SQL compared to PL-PGSQL (or just PL-SQL if I'm writing a Stored Proc for Oracle).

After that, I'd model the database to do what I want, and store what I want, and I'd ensure that the data was fully in 3rd Normal Form.

And if you bitch about joins, I'll hit you with a fucking sledgehammer.

After that, throwing up some PHP to format the page is an afterthought. The critical piece is getting the database right.

The database itself would need to be clustered to be able to scale with the load, and PostgreSQL does a pretty nice job of it.


See, I told you so.

RailGunner RailGunner writes  |  about 2 months ago 5+ Years ago I warned people -- and got mocked by the assorted collection of fools we have for leftist trolls around here -- that if elected, Barack Obama was going to be an unmitigated disaster if elected President.


From Fast and Furious to the sky high unemployment to the "recovery summer" that never happened to Benghazi to ObamaCare to the continual end runs around the constitution to illegally appointing people to the labor board to allowing a Nuclear Iran... and now in the SOTU he threatens to bypass Congress even more...

Like I said -- he's been a disaster.

The line for the libtrolls to kiss my ass starts to the left.



RailGunner RailGunner writes  |  about 3 months ago In a previous journal entry, I used the term "in-vitro" where I meant "in utero". I went back and fixed it.

Apparently, the bus ride to Austin and subsequent March For Life made me more tired then I realized. Still -- if it changes just one mind and saves just one life, it's all worth it.

Had he survived his birth, he'd have been 3 months old today. As a result, I'm completely numb and probably won't be posting much over the next week or two. Just in case anyone thought it was going to be another 3 year sabbatical for me.


The Scientific Pro-Life Argument

RailGunner RailGunner writes  |  about 3 months ago When does life begin? Scientifically, we can answer this question with a set of straightforward scientific facts:

Every living organism on earth has a DNA sequence, which varies by species. Tiger DNA is not the same as Giraffe DNA. There are some species that can make sterile hybrid offspring (Ligers, Tigons, Mules) due to similarity in the DNA, but the DNA of each parent species is not an exact match.

Therefore, there exists a DNA sequence that is uniquely human.

When determining whether a particular cell, or cells, are alive, we can observe one or more of the following phenomenon -- mitosis (cellular division where the DNA is duplicated), cellular respiration, as a result of osmosis or photosynthesis, etc. We can clearly observe and define life in these parameters.

At the time of conception, shortly after the sperm cell penetrates the egg cell, we can observe mitosis and cellular respiration. It is clear that at a biological level, this new organism is unquestionably alive.

This new organism also has a complete human DNA sequence, which means it is unquestionably, biologically, a human life.

Because of these Scientific Facts (in fact, you could even say "The Science is Settled") Human Life begins at conception, with each new person having the potential to develop into an adult organism.

The abortophile will often question this with, "Well, what about miscarriages? See, even God performs abortions so it should be legal!"

This argument does not hold up to a logical analysis. Sometimes, the process of human reproduction fails and the result is a miscarriage, or premature still birth. Some times, there is no explanation for a in-utero death. The reality is, people of all ages die every day of natural causes. Applied to it's logical conclusion, this argument can also be used to say murder should be legal, because all people are going to die anyway. Clearly, this is incorrect, and as a result, using miscarriages to defend abortion falls flat.

Referring to the unborn child as "pregnancy tissue" or "fetus" or "not really a baby" is also deliberately misleading by abortophiles. My second son was born too early, and died as a result. There was no question at all, just by looking at him, anyone could tell that this was unquestionably a tiny little boy.

The next argument made by pro-abortionists is often the fact that the unborn child is dependent on the mother for survival; that it is just a parasite. This is another weak argument, as no one disputes that a tapeworm is alive. While an unborn child does meet the biological definition of a parasite, this does not mean the unborn child is not alive, nor does it mean the child is not human. Furthermore, the average 6 month old is also dependent on the mother for care, and this is not unique amongst humans. Young being dependent on parents is a common trait amongst mammals and some other groups as well - birds, for example, care for their young. Furthermore, some Democrats consider people to be dependent children up to age 26.

Therefore, the only logical conclusion is that abortion is the ending of a human life through non-natural means. It is killing a person (and in the case of the mother, wounding her as well). This ending of an innocent life can not be justified in cases of rape or incest, as the child had no control over it's creation, and does not deserve a death sentence for being conceived under horrible circumstances.

From a medical ethics perspective, the only time an abortion can be justified is when the life of the mother is at risk. The reality of this situation is that BOTH lives are at risk, and the goal is to save the lives you can â" in this case, the mother's life -- because if the mother's life ends, the child's life does as well. Any other case -- there is no moral, medical, ethical, or any other reason to justify abortion. It is not a "medical procedure", it is a crime that when carried out successfully leaves 1 human life dead and the mother wounded.


RG's Self Defense and Caliber opinion.

RailGunner RailGunner writes  |  about 3 months ago So a question that often comes up in numerous gun forums is: What caliber bullet is the best?

Short Answer: The one you can handle the best -- where you have an accurate grouping -- plus, any gun is better than no gun if you find yourself in a situation where you need it.

Long Answer: The one rule of Hand Guns is that "stopping power" is largely a myth. Bad guys are stopped one of two ways - hitting a critical organ (heart, brain, spinal cord), which in the case of the heart could still give the attacker as much as 30 seconds of fight left in them -- or, puncturing enough holes so the attacker bleeds out and passes out from loss of blood pressure.

Compared to rifles and shotguns, all hand guns suck.

But since you can't conceal an AR-15, here's my opinion on some of the various handgun calibers and why I would or wouldn't recommend them for self defense / concealed carry.

First -- just forget about .50 Cal or .44 Magnum. You're not going to find a small frame gun to conceal chambered for these rounds. (No matter how awesome they may be.)

Second -- no matter what caliber, do not carry FMJ (Full Metal Jacket) rounds. In a number of states, Texas included, you are responsible for the round. If it goes all the way through a bad guy and hits an innocent person, you're on the hook. For self-defense, you want a round that's going to hit the bad guy, expand, and stay in them causing as much damage as possible. So buy and carry some form of expanding round. Remington Golden Sabre Hollowpoints are good, so are Federal Hydra-Shoks and Hornady Critical Defense rounds.

Now one to some of the more popular rounds.

.45 ACP -- This is what I carry in my everyday carry gun (a Springfield XDS). I am physically strong enough to more than handle the gun, and the .45 ACP is a heavy, slow round (compared to the 9mm and .40 S & W) but leads the pack in FBI statistics in "one shot stops". For a handgun round, the .45 ACP is a pretty devastating round. However... the recoil can be a bit much, and if you aren't strong enough to reliably control the gun, it's not for you. If you can, .45 is the way to go.

.40 S & W: Sometimes called the .40 slow and weak when compared to it's 10mm sibling, the .40 caliber round is also an effective round. The recoil tends to be a little sharper in pulling up as opposed to the .45 (where the recoil is more of a back push) but some people can handle the .40 better than the .45. It's a good choice.

9mm: The 9mm round is often denigrated, but the fact is I used to carry a 9mm as my everyday carry until I bought my concealable .45. The 9mm is smaller, but faster, than the .45 and the .40, and carrying a hollowpoint round here is even more critical. However, 9mm often takes 2 shots to stop, so if you're going to carry a 9mm (or any other gun, really) practice is very, very important. Double-Tap!

That's it. That's the, uh, unholy trinity of hand gun rounds that I'd recommend.

The rest are too small in my opinion. And no, I especially recommend against a .357 magnum -- it's a small bullet (even smaller than the roughly .38 9mm round) and much, much faster. Even with an expanding round I think the risk of the bullet passing through the target and wreaking havoc on innocents is too great. .380 ACP, .38 Special, .22 -- better than nothing, but unless you hit a vital organ you might just piss the person off.

Home defense? IF you can handle the recoil, get a shotgun. Otherwise, or if you're married, the AR-15 is an excellent choice. Or even better -- get both! I have one of each, as my wife is not physically strong enough to reliably handle the 12 gauge boomstick. The AR-15 on the other hand, has very little recoil (part of why they're so popular) and most women can easily handle it. Plus, most magazines are 30 round capacity (and MagPuls are awesome). The AR-15, despite the claims of our mentally retarded Vice President, is EASIER, not harder, to handle than a shotgun.

For the AR-15, you can buy expanding rounds, typically both Hollowpoint and Softpoint (especially in .223 Remington - but be careful here. If your rifle is not rated for the 5.56x45 NATO rounds, DON'T USE THEM IN YOUR RIFLE. However, if your rifle is rated for 5.56 NATO (like mine is) you can use either 5.56x45 or .223 Remington. The 5.56 round is same bullet, but the 5.56 NATO variety has a lot more powder behind it, meaning a much faster muzzle velocity. For the shotgun -- double-aught buckshot, and maybe for the last one load it with a 1 oz slug. Though be sure of what you're shooting at, that slug may pass through your brick and your neighbor's brick.

Finally -- always aim for center mass. Unless the bad guy has body armor, headshots are stupid. And if you think you can "shoot the gun out of the bad guy's hands"... well, the gene pool is better off without you in it.


Ammo prices returning to sanity...

RailGunner RailGunner writes  |  about 3 months ago Found a special, for $59 you can get 120 rounds of 5.56x45 NATO, 55 grain FMJ-BT, with a plastic ammo can.

Finally. 1000 rounds cost me $600 earlier, but then again, I also picked up 68 grain green tipped NATO FMJ rounds, so I bought something slightly different. (My AR-15 will obviously handle both with no problem. I prefer a heavier bullet, more momentum usually means more penetration depth.)

For you non-ballistics guys and gals: Grain represents the bullet weight - a lighter bullet will have more range, but will pack less punch when it reaches the target. BT = Boat Tail, which also adds some additional range and in-flight stability. The 5.56 bullet is so lethal because it tends to yaw and fragment once it hits tissue (or ballistics gel) and the path of the bullet because very unpredictable (more predictable in a consistent gel, but far less predictable in a Boar).

Cheaper bullet prices = more range time for me. A day at the range is always a good day.


Too good to leave buried in a comment thread.

RailGunner RailGunner writes  |  about 3 months ago Logic, reason, clarity of rational thought -- all these are things that utterly escape damn_registrars.

Pudge, you'd have a better chance if you went to Niagara Falls and started yelling at the water to stop falling then you will ever have in getting through to this putz. It's utterly hopeless, and damn_registrars is too close-minded and quite frankly incapable of understanding any thought outside of his limited, spoon-fed liberal world view. He's like an even more dishonest, annoying version of Rachel Maddow with even fewer "facts". Probably less manly, than Ms. Maddow, too.

I won't claim to know how old he/she/whatever is, but there is ample evidence in the account's posting history to suggest that damn_registrars is essentially an emotionally and mentally stunted individual trapped in a never ending adolescence.

As such, any attempts at an intelligent, rational discussion with this fool are in vain.

As to the ludicrous charges of "fake conservatism"... he called me that because he can't believe that anyone would think the way I do. Apparently he has yet to discover Senator Ted Cruz. Should be entertaining when he does...


For Wendy Davis, aka Abortion Barbie

RailGunner RailGunner writes  |  about 3 months ago

Here's a dollar. Take a bus downtown and have a rat chew that thing off your face.
-- RG

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