My, how things have changed. The Washington Post employed a full time outdoor writer during the 1970s-1990s who actually did outdoor things. He hunted and shot real loads. I know because I hunted with him on many occasions. He even put sharp hooks in fish mouths and the paper never apologized about it.
In recent years I have seen shotguns misidentified as rifles in many Magazine and Newspaper articles. If the media can’t get it right, it probably means they don’t want to get it right. They seem to have decided which teams’ jersey they want to wear.
The time has come, I think, to stop trying to reason with these people. It is a pointless exercise to a question that really isn’t the real motive here.
Why does a “peace officer” who has a readily seen badge, police unit patch, etc. need to be wearing (improperly, I’d add) a balaclava?
Thanks again for your efforts!! In the case of a loss of civility, I want all the firepower possible — my greater fear for the nation is a tyrannical government!!
The first photomeme is one of your very best. Simple, and establishes, PLAINLY, the Standard Capacity Magazine meme.