To the Guns Lot members here I consider friends (or as close to as you can get when dealing with people you've never actually met): I'll still post now and again, and still enjoy much of the conversation in here, but it was getting out of hand. From the same pics of nude girls posted multiple times by multiple people to stay in the "points race", to the constant barrage of new articles about the Obama regime (some false, some factual), I was becoming more and more angry. This site is a very good site for camraderie among fellow gun owners and patriots, but it was also becoming just a site where I was tiptoeing arond the feelings of a disabled (fine, differently-abled) kid and was looking forward to talking shit to that fucktard bearmeat. I can only keep my growing frustration with the left in check for so long, and I was getting closer and closer to going over that edge and doing bad things to drivers with Obama stickers (Now that I have a turbo diesel F350, I rule the fucking road). This site has the potential to create lasting, real-life friendships, and that's a wonderful thing, but some of the bullshit, online Rambos and gunshop commandos can wear on a person. I still remain a loyal member of the Guns Lot fraternity (That's right, doll, I said fraternity), but I will be taking a less active role until I can figure out a good balance between the Guns Lots world, real shooting, vehicle upgrades, and computer mahjong. That shit's addicting.
"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
7 years 21 weeks ago, 2:00 AM