But boy, those little gun-with-a-red-line-through-it notices at the edge of campus make me feel just perfectly safe.
With that collection, he shouldn't be hungry for long.Don't worry Dr. N, only the gun carrying criminals would disobey those signs.
With that collection, he shouldn't be hungry for long.Being able to shoot well and being able to hunt well are not synonymous. And let's not even start with "owning a gun" and "knowing how to put a bullet where you want it to go."
I think Ben might have been referring to liquor stores, not wild game.
I was actually thinking about hunting because I was hungry. Now that I'm thirsty, I like your idea too.
My comment covers liquor stores, too. Just because you have a gun doesn't mean you won't go hungry AND thirsty.
$1,100 on weaponry for a "starving" college student ... ?Seems to be a bit of a disconnect about priorities.
$1,100 is one semester's books, or a year's cell phone bill. It's nothing. Those are all very cheap guns.
Not-so-starving students have claymore mines, flame throwers and hand grenades. Since most college professors who give low to medium grades are made of flammable substances, the flame thrower is usually the first upgrade during the transition from "starving" to "not-so-starving."
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