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August 24, 2005


...and the home of the brave.

(Via Gizmodo)


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I want one. This thing is awesome.

does wile e. coyote come with this fine acme product?

laser accuracy is not necessary - all you need is a wristrocket and an M-80 - a near miss is always good enough

Because you never know when you might need to protect home and family from invading Coke cans.

"What are you doing, honey?"

"Splitting pencils at 20 feet! This is great!"

"You're making little Billy nervous."

"Ah, he'll be fine. This thing is really acurate."

"He's doing his homework. Couldn't you at least let him put the pencil down first?"

"Fine. By the way, and strictly out of curiosity, where's the cat?"

A post with music! Way cool! and with lots of videos to watch too!

A winner! And I want one! As a matter of fact, I don't know how I've come this far in life without one -

What scares me is the Charlie Brown music in the background.

Good grief!

I want one just because it comes with reusable steel balls. ;)

I want one for our next Cubicle DeathMatch...the salesguys are only armed with rubber bands...take THAT!

I, too, love the "Linus & Lucy" (or is it "Lucy & Linus"?) song.

And, dang it, queensbee, you beat me to the Wile E. Coyote joke.

And a terribly belated congrats to Mrs. Swooshman! Did you marry Phil Knight? (ha ha - or DID you?)

I'm glad I wasn't the only one disturbed by the Charlie Brown music . . . what were they thinking?

And while it's a really cool gadget for purely fun purposes, I worry about the potential for mishaps involving teenagers. Can anyone else picture the carnage?

I found the sentence beginning, "When shooting at cars or objects..." disturbing. Then I realized it said "cans", not cars.

Then I realized it doesn't matter what it says.

*rethinks the idea about moving into an abandon missile silo with Aunt Nancy*

*likes it even more*

Thanks scat!

Is there a full moon again!?!

"Fine. By the way, and strictly out of curiosity, where's the cat?"

Curiosity kills the cat...

This will go great with my GPS guided spitwad shooter.

My headphones were on and turned up. The music started and I nearly soiled myself.

That system to keep the sights aligned with the band is pretty clever.

Would be nice if they posted some actual velocity and kinetic energy data. Phone book tests arn't exactly difinitive. :P

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