I am pretty sure awhile back I posted this video of two guys building cabin in Alaska and starving while doing so. But for the life of me I can’t find it using the search function. Anyway, for those few (1?) people who enjoyed that video, I thought I would let you know they went back to the cabin and this time they were a little smarter about how they packed.
Sadly, you can’t buy these in the US because of the EPA. But this is why insurgents the world over love to drive Hiluxs.
The Times of Israel learned that, after 16 days of airstrikes, the IDF has told the government that it is fully prepared for a ground offensive in the Gaza Strip, and believes it can achieve the goals set out for it, even at the risk of heavy casualties to soldiers, and amid ongoing attacks by Hezbollah in the north. But the military fears that the government may not ever give the order to begin the ground offensive, or postpone it for a lengthy period.
Looks pretty but without a soul. Star Citizen’s Squadron 42 campaign is “feature complete” after 11 years
Lots of people are now talking about the treasury bonds but only in terms of how it impacts the markets and not how it impacts the federal budget. This article is a typical example. Treasury yields are surging. Here’s what history says might come next for the bond market.
Has anyone else heard of this? Space Wreck is a hardcore, combat-optional, break-the-game RPG that clicks
I told people that the “Cricket” (the bolt action single shot 22 LR) cost about $300 new. Turns out I was remembering the MSRP for a brand new “Cricket” with a scope. A base model with no scope (such as was being fired today) has an MSRP of $169. Real world price seems to be $159.
The below video shows what one of the modern options looks like (you can have all kinds of stocks and other options). The one in below video has different sights then one we were using today. I don’t know if you can still get the old style sights.
I am surprised that various people with an ax to grind are not already doing this to various high profile targets. All I can think off of the top of my head is one unknown person/group using a drone to attack a power transformer. But with videos like this coming out, how long until more people are doing this for real in various places across the US?