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    Quote Originally Posted by IDF-Godzilla View Post
    Why do Palestinians and Arabs always celebrate **** with guns blazing?

    Because they know how to throw one hell of a celebration

    Besides its better they waste their ammo by shooting it into the air than at the IDF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moledet View Post
    And I thought anyone who is not Palestinian Police was supposed to give their weapons to the police...another spin by Olmert may he rot in hell.
    errr... What?

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    Some nice picts we have today!

    *wee account has finally been activated :P *

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    Quote Originally Posted by FutureGrunt View Post
    errr... What?
    Last week, a couple hundred wanted terrorists from the Al Aqsa brigades were given "amnesty" by Israel, meaning the security services will not pursue them any more if they will turn in their weapons to the PA (for a money reward) and refrain from further actions against Israel.

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    I promise not to be a bad person anymore Yeah ok.

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    Thanks god Is friday
    PETA made Veggie day 07/18/07, but they got support from Playmates Lauren Anderson and Laura Guttridge posed as "Lettuce Ladies"

    I think I would became Veggie now

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoneOne View Post
    While the bullet can certainly kill (on it's way down), it's highly unlikely. Plus the bullet is only traveling at "terminal velocity"

    Which is a hell of a lot slower then when it initially leaves the barrel.

    I know of a lady that was hit on the top of her shoulder from a 9mm. Someone not to far away fired a 9mm in the air. It broke skin, but it didn't do any major damage to her shoulder, let alone her life.
    Don't bet your life on that. A 9mm bullet comes down with roughly 350km/h, depending on the angle. Enough to kill you.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZDS_2ooqpU

    It's in German, but the video speaks for itself. The last shot at 04:20 simulates a bullet with that energy going through the skull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoneOne View Post
    While the bullet can certainly kill (on it's way down), it's highly unlikely. Plus the bullet is only traveling at "terminal velocity"

    Which is a hell of a lot slower then when it initially leaves the barrel.

    I know of a lady that was hit on the top of her shoulder from a 9mm. Someone not to far away fired a 9mm in the air. It broke skin, but it didn't do any major damage to her shoulder, let alone her life.
    when a hail of bullets start to fall at terminal velocity at an unproteced head or body im sure u are goin to have some damage, and children have softer head.. and there are pleny of documented cases where people have been hit by one. So when u have people shooting a few hundred rounds each day for some reason or the other.. i wonder who gets the blame

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    Very very interesting



    AK-74 magazine, but AKM barrel. Can almost pass for the Romanian civilian SAR-2

    Very interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RomanS View Post
    Very very interesting
    AK-74 magazine, but AKM barrel. Can almost pass for the Romanian civilian SAR-2 Very interesting. Very very interesting. Very very interesting
    Could also and more likely be - a prop.





    In this photo taken with a video camera, a U.S. Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier jet pilot salutes before taking of from the British strike carrier HMS Illlustrious during joint exercises off the coast of Cherry Point, N.C., Thursday, July 19, 2007. Fourteen Harrier jets are using the British ship to run joint exercises with the British Royal Navy

    In this photo taken with a video camera, a United States Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier jet takes off from the deck of the British strike carrier HMS Illustrious during joint exercises off the coast of Cherry Point, N.C. on Thursday, July 19, 2007. Fourteen Harrier jets are using the British ship to run joint exercises with the British Royal Navy


    In this photo taken with a video camera, a U.S. Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier jet makes a vertical landing on the deck of the British strike carrier HMS Illustrious during joint exercises off the coast of Cherry Point, N.C., Thursday, July 19, 2007. The exercise is the largest embarkation of Marine Corps Harriers on a foreign-based warship

    In this photo taken with a video camera, a United States Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey flies off the coast of Cherry Point, N.C. during joint exercises with the British Royal Navy on Thursday, July 19, 2007.

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    An F/A-18F Super Hornet, attached to the "Checkmates" of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 211, performs a catapult assisted launch from the flight deck of nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65).

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    Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Johnson, left, fires an M-240 weapon while Senior Airman Arthur Sgruggs fires an M-16 during a deployment exercise at the Air Force Academy, Colo. Known as Global Engagement, the exercise lays the foundation to lead, fight and win in a dynamic and diverse global environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Larry A. Simmons)

    Cpt. J. Dow Covey from St. Augustine, Fla., and Staff Sgt. Justin Evaristo from Lacey, Wash., both assigned to 4th Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 4th "Stryker" Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, from Fort Lewis, Wash., move around the corner of a building to secure its perimeter for the Mobile Civil Military Operations Center. The Staff Judge Advocate from 4-2 SBCT deploys the Mobile CMOC out to settle claims payments for damages caused by coalition forces.

    Cpl. Sean Spinks, assigned to 4th Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 4th "Stryker" Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, from Fort Lewis, Wash., speaks to an Iraqi man for the Mobile Civil Military Operations Center. The Staff Judge Advocate from 4-2 SBCT deploys the Mobile CMOC out to settle claims payments for damages caused by coalition operations.

    Sgt. Blake Ledingham, assigned to 4th Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 4th "Stryker" Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, from Fort Lewis, Wash., takes a break from the heat while on watch for the Mobile Civil Military Operations Center. The Staff Judge Advocate from 4-2 SBCT deploys the Mobile CMOC out to settle claims payments for damages caused by coalition operations. U.S.

    Staff Sgt. Russell Cash, assigned to 4th Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 4th "Stryker" Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, from Fort Lewis, Wash., stands guard while the Mobile Civil Military Operations Center conducts claim reviews. The Staff Judge Advocate from 4-2 SBCT deploys the Mobile CMOC out to settle claims payments for damages caused by coalition operations.

    With security aid from 4th Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 4th "Stryker" Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, from Fort Lewis, Wash., a fleet of Iraqi cargo trucks, stretching out for miles, travels down the road to deliver bags of rice to the people of Tarmiyah. Food rations are set aside by coalition forces to help feed the population of Tarmiyah, Al Mushahida, Sheik Hammad, and Al Abayachi in response to the increased insurgent violence in the area.

    Nice pix Lancero!

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    Great job today Lancero!

    Happy Friday to ALL

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    Are thoe elements of the Land Warrior system in Iraq?

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    Nice pics. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReggayMC View Post
    Are thoe elements of the Land Warrior system in Iraq?
    Yes, for just over a month now.



    This undated photo provided by the Texas Christian University Police Department shows TCU professor Dr. Charles Bond. Bond, accused of threatening to take a submachine gun to campus, has been released from jail a month after he was found incompetent to stand trial. Bond, who had been held without bail because of authorities' assessment of his mental health, posted $3,500 bail Wednesday, July 18, 2007. He was ordered by a judge to wear a monitor allowing probation officers to track him by satellite. Bond also was barred from having contact with TCU employees and students

    This photograph provided by the Nashville, Tenn., Police Department shows Kristen Ashton of Reno, Nev., Thursday, July 19, 2007. Ashton was arrested after she sped through a highway roadblock set up for President Bush's motorcade, and charged with reckless endangerment, evading arrest, resting arrest, assaulting a police officer and driving under the influence, police spokesman Don Aaron said. The president was several miles away at the time and was not in danger

    This booking photo released Thursday, July 19, 2007, by the Warren County Sheriff's Department shows Aimie Mokwa in Warrenton, Mo. Mokwa, the daughter of St. Louis Police Chief Joe Mokwa, pleaded not guilty Thursday to three felony charges in Warren County. Mokwa, 32, of Wright City, was charged with stealing a credit card, possession of a controlled substance and endangering the welfare of a child

    South Korean protesters beat a riot policeman to denounce police's crackdown against workers at the Homever store in Seoul, Friday, July 20, 2007. Riot police Friday raid into two stores to disperse workers who had occupied to protest against the retail giant's dismissal of some 900 temporary workers before a revised labor law took effect to protect nonregular workers on July 1

    South Korean protesters struggle with riot policemen as a female worker, left, is detained by plain-clothed police officers at the Homever store in Seoul, Friday, July 20, 2007




    A police officer cuts a gun in half with oxy-acetylene, a highly flammable gas used for cutting steel, in Panama City, Thursday, July 19, 2007. Weapons seized between 1991 and 2004 were destroyed

    Activists of anti-military groups hold posters in support of former security service officer Mikhail Trepashkin who is now serving out a four-year prison sentence, in downtown Moscow, Thursday, July 19, 2007. Russia's detention of a former KGB agent, who warned from his jail cell last year that a death squad was out to kill Kremlin critics, including Alexander Litvinenko, was a violation of human rights, Europe's top human rights court ruled Thursday.

    Confiscated rough diamonds are displayed at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection office in Anchorage, Alaska, Thursday, July 19, 2007. Six shipments of diamonds were confiscated beginning in mid-May when a package from Hong Kong destined for New York was intercepted at the Anchorage FedEx hub by customs officers. The diamonds might be "conflict" diamonds, mined in a war zone and used to pay for illegitimate military actions, officials said

    Turkish air force jets perform a fly over in the Turkish occupied area of Nicosia, Cyprus, Friday, July 20, 2007. The flight was part of the ceremonies marking the 33rd anniversary of the Turkish invasion and occupation on July 20, 1974, of the northern area of the island.

    A Gurkha from the 1st Batallion The Royal Gurkha Rifles at Sir John Moore Barracks in Folkestone, England, Thursday July 19, 2007. The 1RGR will be deployed to Afghanistan in autumn 2007. The MOD has announced improved pensions for Gurkhas and a review of the mechanism for increasing Gurkha pensions.

    Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch, commander of the 3rd Infantry Division,left, talks with Lt. Col. Robert Balcavage, commander of the 1st Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne Division, right, during a tour of operations in Iraq near the village of Jurfassakhar along the Euphrates River, just west of the larger town of Iskandariyah, Friday, July 20, 2007.

    British military spokesman naval Lt.Cmdr. Matthew Bird talks to reporters in Basra, 550 kilometers (340 miles) southeast of Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, July 20, 2007, about an attack on a British military compound that killed three soldiers and wounded several others. Bird said the incident occurred Thursday when the Airport Camp came under attack by rockets and mortars. The latest deaths raises to six the number of British troops killed in Iraq this month
    RIP

    A tombstone bearing the name of a British Pvt. Harry Potter is seen at the Commonwealth Cemetery in the central Israeli city of Ramle, Friday, July 20, 2007. Potter, a soldier in the Worcestershire Regiment was killed in fighting with Arabs on July 22, 1939, during the Palestine Mandate

    This photo made available by former Danish Company Commander Capt Joergen Christian Nyholm shows an unidentified local Iraqi interpreter, center, assisting Danish soldiers during an information handout to school children in Basra, Iraq, in Nov. 2006. Before withdrawing its 480 combat troops from Iraq in Aug. 2007, Denmark is pulling out about a dozen Iraqi interpreters and their families. The translators have worked with the Danes in the southern city of Basra, a risky job that has turned them into traitors in the eyes of militants fighting the U.S.-led coalition


    Capt. Joergen Christian Nyholm, who led a Danish infantry company in Basra, Iraq on a six-month tour that ended in February, is seen at Karup Air Base in western Denmark Friday July 13, 2007. Nyholm believes the Iraqi interpreters who are serving with the Danes "are in a pretty high risk zone." The Danish government, which has decided to withdraw the contingent in August, recently announced plans to offer entry visas to 22 interpreters and their families so that they can apply for asylum in Denmark

    1st Lt. Chris Sebero, of Oshkosh, Wis., reunites with his fiancee, Liz Reichenbach, of Appleton, Wis., as members of the Wisconsin National Guard 1st Battalion, 121st Field Artillery return home from their Iraq mission, Thursday, July 19, 2007, in Oak Creek, Mich.

    Jesse George hugs his girlfriend Amanda Howard after arriving in Sauk Centre, Minn., with other members of the 1/34 Brigade Combat Team, Thursday, July 19, 2007. The soldiers returned after two years of active duty, including service in Iraq

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