By J. Kb

10 thoughts on “A crazy idea violently executed now”
    1. Odds are, it wasn’t even a distance weapon. It was a Talisman of Threatening. There’s a good chance it wasn’t even loaded, and a better chance the would-be robber didn’t have the spine to actually pull the trigger. (Not that that matters from a legal self-defense standpoint, nor should it temper any person’s response to the threat.)

      1. I believe USCCA published one crime lab’s finding that about half of criminal firearms recovered were in fireable condition, with many of the non-operables being one of empty, neglect, or wrong ammo.

        I’m mostly impressed with the level of situational awareness, and gun was in hand before keys even hit the ground!

    2. Other lesson of the day, don’t f**k with a Marine. Mr. Dindu Nuffin is lucky he didn’t have to have that gun surgically removed from his anal cavity.

  1. I wonder about the caption. “Former Marine” is ok, so is “Marine Veteran”. But not “Former Marine Veteran”.
    I remember a wonderful line: “No longer mean, not quite so lean, but still a Marine”.
    Semper Fidelis, sir.

  2. As a squid with lots of respect for (and several good friends among) those who wear the globe and anchor: The only “former Marine” is one who’s gone on to Valhalla.

    “Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everyone you meet.”
    -General James “Mad Dog” Mattis, USMC

  3. Violated the “five feet of separation” rule so elegantly explained by Val Kilmer’s character in “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.” With about the same outcome. Bravo to that Marine.

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