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August 17, 2018


In the darkness, he reached for what he thought was his spotlight to try and find the battery. What he grabbed, however, was his Glock Model 22.

(Thanks to Stan Ruth)


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Well, I'll bet it made a bright light.

This is like Wile E. Coyote or Yosemite Sam lighting a match in a room full of dynamite.

At least he wasn't reaching for his cell phone.

So what part of keeping a handgun with a round in the chamber in a bouncing ATV is considered to be a good idea?

When will flashlight makers stop making flashlights that look like guns? Wait, they don't, do they?

Okay, then tell me: When will we outlaw idiots?

I think that several (maybe more than that) cans of Pearl Beer were involved.

PS My previous comment above was ironic sarcasm, and rhetorical, FYI.

This guy needs to sleep with a night light.

He couldn't tell the difference between a flashlight switch and a trigger?

To quote nursecindy: moron.

I agree with Jeff and NC. Even in Flathead County people would call him a moron.

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