The movie “Knight and Day”: One of the more interesting selections of guns for a cheesy action comedy. The Tom Cruise character”Roy” is packing a SIG P250. The first time I’ve seen that gun in a movie. He’s got a light and laser combo on the gun, which is cool, but not something people normally back concealed. Especially when later he pulls out a Glock 19. I’m not sure if a SIG P250 is the ideal weapon for firing from the hood of a Lincoln… but I think the Glock would have been a better choice. Perhaps. I’m not sure. I’ve never had to engage threats while riding on the hood of a Lincoln.
There is a show I’ve been following on Hulu. I’m sure anyone reading MO has at least heard of it. I don’t normally go for this type of show… but I really dig SOA. The Club and their round about way of problem solving is interesting. The last episode I watched, one is reminded why these guys are an Outlaw Biker Gang… the murder of Agent June Stahl was a rather shocking conclusion to the character. Yet the story unfolded that this was an overall good thing. Something bad, done for a good reason.
The National Debt is now equal to the National Economy.
This news is more disappointing than it is surprising. We’ve seen this coming from a mile away. We’ve seen the spending like the proverbial “Drunken Sailor”. But this is an insult to Drunken Sailors. Congress is much worse, because I know several drunken sailors and when they get really hammered, they wake up the next morning with a new tattoo and an empty wallet, but their partying never put me and my family in debt. Sure, I did have to post bail once for one particular guy, but I got that money back… and I didn’t have to cover his bar tab.