Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"...it's love and darkness and my sidearm..."
is it just coincidence that the silhouette looks like you??
Yes, it's just a coincidence. :)
Now now, everyone knows us brutes of the patriarchy will stop once you start blowing a safety whistle and waving your keys around. No reason to get violent.Maybe it's just me, but I figure a gun can say "no" a hell of a lot louder than some chick with eight hours of that "stab 'im with your keys and kick him in the groin" hokum.
Of course, One can aim FOR the groin area & ensure that the looser won't come around any longer.Nice poster!
Dang, they're on backorder.
If any woman could strap on an MP for all-day carry, it would be Tamara.How about another photo?
>If any woman could strap on an MP>for all-day carry,...because the Lord knows an MP is heavier than an infant, and women never carry _those_ all day.
Ask Tamara whether burping an MP is not worth the weight.
I was going to ask "What happens on Tuesday?" A quick search took me here, here, here, and, here.Aren't archives wonderful...?
Love it myself!
Fixed it for ya.http://cowboyblob.blogspot.com/2007/05/fixed-it-for-ya-tam.html
>...because the Lord knows an MP>is heavier than an infant, and>women never carry _those_ all day. Well, when I was born I weighed 8.8lbs, my brother was 10.5, our father and his brother were 11.5 and 12.There are MPs that are much lighter even than newborns. ;-)
I'm running late on this one, but was glad to be included in having one to wear, if I could every day! PC bought one for me. As you, I like it!! Thanks for bringing this one around to us.
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