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  1. DIY Panzerfaust 60 plans

    I'm not sure why a Form 1 is needed. The launcher is just a tube with a primer and striker. The active part is a black powder-propelled rocket. Unless someone wants to home-brew some PETN and make an active charge in that warhead, nothing about it is a firearm or destructive device. Still...
  2. Mass law for "age sensitive transactions"

    While I was reviewing my employer's policies for age-sensitive transactions (beer/wine, tobacco, fireworks), I noticed that our MA stores are required to deny sales to anyone under 25 if they present a non-resident ID. Those with MA resident ID can purchase at 21, which is the legal age...
  3. Vinyl sheet flooring

    We have a problem cat who thinks the front entryway, where the litter boxes are, is just one giant litter box. After trying All The Things (even the vet is at a loss), and knowing we might have him another 7-10 years before nature wins, and Household 6 vetoing my much easier solution, we are...
  4. James Lipton won't be inside the Actors Studio for breakfast

    Dead at 93. "If God is real, and there is a heaven, what would you want him to say when you get there?" https://www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/celebrities/2020/03/02/james-lipton-dead-inside-the-actors-studio-host-93/4930426002/
  5. Bullet taxes

    Do you know how much you're taxed on sporting goods? One third of the New Hampshire Fish & Game Commission's funding comes from federal sources. But those "federal sources" come from excise taxes paid on firearms, ammunition, boats, trolling motors, fuel, arrow shafts, even bow quivers. Along...
  6. Sad turn to a happy Christmas

    We were having what we agreed was the happiest, most anxiety-free Christmas in many, many years. We were relaxed and just enjoying the day, the company, and the food. And then my wife tried calling one of her brothers, again. She had spoken to him on his birthday, the 21st. He said he was tired...
  7. Vet organization: Bring Our Troops Home

    This organization was founded earlier in 2019, and is really gaining steam. It is founded and run by veterans who know that our endless overseas wars are destroying our military readiness as well as doing extreme harm to our service members. It is a non-partisan group. At a conference in DC...
  8. Roast Beast owner: "I'll never open in MA again!"

    "I will never open in the state of Massachusetts ever again" https://www.boston.com/food/restaurants/2019/11/04/roast-beast-closed
  9. Marx v. Mises rap battle

    You might remember the Keynes v. Hayek rap battle from a few years ago: a great way to illustrate the different thinking of economists. Now, the American Institute for Economic Research (which is ironically headquartered in Massachusetts), has produced Marx v. Mises. The main page features a...
  10. Arkansas teacher gets 12' gator

    Not guilty. Horatio is 8 miles south of where I was born. Horatio teacher nabs 12-foot alligator HORATIO, Ark. — A fifth-grade teacher at Horatio Elementary caught a 12-foot alligator recently during Arkansas' brief alligator season. This was the second year that Liz Bowman received an...
  11. Another mass shooting: 75 shot, 16 killed

    Total of 75 shot and 16 killed, but this won't make the news. It was just September 8-14 in Chicago.
  12. Maine: FU, Small Businesses!

    In Maine, Paid Leave Is Now A State Law Any Maine company with more than 10 employees must now offer earned paid leave. That’s the premise of a new state policy signed into law by Maine Governor Janet Mills on Tuesday. An employee at one of the affected businesses will now earn one hour of...
  13. Iranian chess player: not guilty

    She refused to wear a hijab during tournaments, so she was banned from competing on the Iranian team. She attends St. Louis University and plays on the U.S. team instead. Dorsa Derakhshani - Wikipedia
  14. Bump stock theory

    So, we saw that RW Arms in Texas turned over 60,000 bump stocks the day the ban took effect, and we saw video of ATF promptly running them all through the shredder. Here's my theory: RW was gambling that the rule banning bump stocks will be overturned, and the seizure will be converted into a...
  15. New 2000 yard range, northern NH

    This was formerly the home of the Dalton Gang cowboy action club. One of the co-owners of Team O'Neill racing and rally school (they own the mountain right across the road) bought the property and is turning it tacticool for speshul operators. RIDGELINE
  16. Some political thoughts for NH voters on Tuesday

    I'm running for State Representative, but I don't know if we have any forum members from my district. There are two ballot questions for all NH voters, and I urge you to vote YES on both. Here are my campaign posts why: Question 1: As a government employee, I was always mindful that the...
  17. Daniel Fishman for MA Auditor

    I'm not a Mass resident, but Daniel Fishman's campaign is impressive. Even the Globe endorsed him, for the very reason he cites: when the state government is made of Republicans and Democrats, you need someone else to be in charge of auditing the budget. His video: View...
  18. Some beautiful blades from the Arkansas show

    In various threads about knives and bladesmithing, I've commented about how fortunate I was to grow up and live so close to the epicenter of the hand-forged knife revival, at the time that it was happening. Here are some astounding examples, and I'm honored to have met many of the names shown...
  19. A word about Arkansas

    I know I'm not the only former Arkiesawyer here. Arkansas police and politicians have been trying to deny the truth of this law since it passed in 2013. This district court of appeals just shut them down. "Under the clear language of section 5-73-120(a), the possessor of a handgun must have...
  20. Not guilty

    Saudi woman driver is so very not guilty. Saudi Women Who Fought for the Right to Drive Are Disappearing and Going Into Exile
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