The boys are back with another one. Chai & J. Manuel talk about the banger of a new song that Chai dropped titled “Airbender”. They then transition in the second segment to gun talk about range time with the glock 43, springfield xds, walther pps, and S&W M&P. They get all Second Amendmenty discussing the importance of concealed carry from the liberal/progressive normal person point of view. In the third segment they get back to music and writing talk.
This week the boys take on nukes, self-defense, second amendment, 2A, fighting, physics, special forces, AR-15’s, AK47, without rule of law scenarios, starting our own Guerilla army, music, mc’ing for millennials, and a long-winded trip through the happenings of the week. KhyActual is droppin new beats and J. Manuel has some new scribblings up on his website, jmanuelwrites.com.
I often reflected on a proverb. I cannot say when I first came upon it. Maybe I read it in a translated Japanese text, or was it Mandarin? There’s about a thirty-percent chance that it had Cantonese origins. Though it’s more likely that it was a meme of mysterious origins (scrawled with ball-point pen on the back of a local cable company’s billing envelope sitting past due on the welcome desk of a strip mall, ninja school that hosts nightly masquerade balls for its LARPing members… no shinobi-no-mono). From there it likely spawned into the dark web upon the Cheetos-fingers of a plump pubescent would-be warrior of the night, and circulated with its unattributed quote through thousands of I.P. addresses where it finally found its way to my Facebook feed.
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