Br'er Mas posted this video on his blog, illustrating some of the 'hidden costs' of gun control. Ya almost feel sorry for the guy...
That's precisely why I would NEVER move back to CA. I haven't really shared this, but I was offered what may have been a dream job for me about 10 years ago. One of the big hunting magazines was in desperate need of an editor (had to be desperate if they were talking to me). The pay wasn't great but not horrible. And they said I could expect to go to Africa about once every 5 years...total dream of mine. Then they said the job was in Los Angeles...before he even finished the sentence, I told him that they couldn't offer me enough money to ever go back to California. I was about the 5th or 6th person he had talked to and eveyone said the same thing. They finally found a guy though.Thanks for the link, Pete. It really was an interesting point of view. I.T. professionals refusing a good salary, great benefits and a $5,000 signing bonus
because they don't want to leave their guns behind.
Unintended consequences. Love it!!! :twisted::twisted::twisted:
Wasn't hard at all. California is an automatic no-starter for just about anything. If there's a dumb-arse idea, California is first in line to give it a try.I know it must have been hard for you to turn down a "dream job"...or maybe not. You did say you said hell no pretty quick ! But I do truly understand.
I've read somewhere--don't recall where or I would post a link--that the way govt. does this (buying LOTS of ammo) is really more like putting down a "order" for it which isn't filled until requests come for it.Squeeze1951,
What makes me a bit more WARY than usual is the MILLIONS of rounds of ammo that DHS has bought. - MORE than we expended in 10 years in IRAQ!!!
(I wonder what those "cowboys" have in mind??)