hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.

To the person out there on the Intertubes who did a search on “how to conceal a sword”:

This is what usually happens when you bring a sword to a gunfight.


12 thoughts on “hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.

  1. Mike says:

    Shouldn’t that be, “Ancient weapons are no match for hokey religions and a good blaster?”

    “From that we believe there is some sort of mental issue,” said Det. Wendy Berndt.”

    Gee… ya think?

  2. crankylitprof says:

    Mental issue…huh.

    On the sword-wielder’s part, or the $cenios’ part?

    You’ve got to be some sort of mental case to believe in Xenu and thetans…

  3. Tam says:

    Best of all, the Mall Ninja had probably been trained by Iggy Pizza and the Front Sight crew!

    Sweet tapdancing Odin, what a flawless deathmatch! Neck-tattooed psycho versus scam cult guard: No matter who loses, civilization wins!

  4. dot says:

    Iggy Pizza?!!
    Shades of Mad Dawg!!
    I’ve not heard that name since Kevin spat it out along with a stream of visceral obscenities, over 10 years ago….

  5. Tam says:

    I know, I know, I shouldn’t mock a Four Weapons Combat Master©®™ like that. 😉

  6. Kristopher says:

    But where else can you get a range membership and a time share?

    Hokey religion + blaster > ancient weapons

  7. Ahab says:

    Is anyone, anyone at all other than me mildly concerned that the Scientologist mall ninjas are packing heaters?

  8. Marko says:

    Hey, the Second Amendment is for everyone, even for cultist Froot Loops.

    They have a right to be cultist Froot Loops, and they have a right to defend their property. That’s the First and Second Amendments neatly backing each other up.

  9. jimbob86 says:

    I, for one, am bothered by the fact that Froot Loop cultists have the connections that enable them to go armed, but regular joes do not…… Such is the case in May-Issue states…….

  10. Brandon says:

    Sword vs. gun usually works out something like this.

  11. MarkHB says:

    I don’t like Scientologists one jot, but I think in this case, they were just defending their right to not be carved into chunks by a fucking loon.

    They still haven’t done a barrel roll, though. Disappointing.

  12. perlhaqr says:

    Jimbob86: I know where you’re going with that, and I generally agree, though the circumstances are probably somewhat unrelated. I doubt the guard had a CCW permit from CA, and instead most likely had a Security Guard license of some sort.

    I certainly think people in CA should have a much easier time of carrying legally if they desire, but I’m guessing (wildly, out of my butt) that this situation had nothing to do with the “May Issue” nature of the state.

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