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WHEN GUNS ARE OUTLAWED ONLY EX-GIRLFRIENDS WILL HAVE KNIVES

Some people just don’t want to let go. One man found our just how attached to him his GF was when he tried to break it off with her. turns out she was nuts. A whole bag of crazy you could say.

An Illinois woman stabbed her boyfriend’s genitals last month because he tried to break up with her, police said Wednesday.

The 43-year-old boyfriend told police he had tried to break up with his 30-year-old girlfriend and she apparently refused.

The woman grabbed the man in a “bear hug,” from which he broke free, said Decatur Police Officer Tim Wittmer. She then grabbed her boyfriend’s genitals and began to “pull and tug at these body parts to the point that it was painful,” Wittmer added.

She did not take the break up well. So she did the only thing she could think of to win him back. Castration. Not satisfied with having his balls in her purse figuratively, she attempted an impromptu vasectomy.

The boyfriend felt a “very sharp pain” and “observed a large laceration on his scrotum area,” Wittmer said. He added that the wound was “five to six (inches) in length” and “half-an-inch deep.” lol sure pal, sure. Then again.. maybe that’s why she didn’t want to let him go.

Hey, I know you are upset but no need to hit below the belt like that. Women, always wanting to take half your stuff amirite?

https://www.foxnews.com/us/illinois-woman-stabbed-boyfriends-genitals-after-he-tried-to-break-up-police

S&W Model 19-5 PawnShop Find

Every now and again you can walk into a pawn broker and come across some nifty little pieces for dirt cheap. Last summer I was in the local gunstore/pawnshop with my Dad and he saw this little S&W and asked me to buy it for him. I couldn’t say no to him so I did end up buying it. He carried it in his tackle box when fishing a few times then when he became to ill to even go fishing anymore, it ended up back with me.

As you know, I’m not much of a revolver guy and I still struggle to shoot them well. Even with all the helpful tips from commenters with more experience and love for the 6 shooter. Shooting nothing by the 1911 for 34 years will make a DA revolver trigger seem like hell. I shot this one DA from bench and bags from 20 yards to do my best with it. Loads were a couple different Federal loads of 357 magnum. I feel I did pretty good considering me and DA revolvers are like a monkey doing a math problem.

The after market safari-land larger grips made the gun easier to shoot for me. I loathe the tiny factory wood grips these guns usually have. I’m guessing I’m not alone in that. These are pretty comfy for me though the wood doesn’t soak up the full power magnum rounds recoil very well. The blued finish on the gun is still ( not NRA grading) excellent. Those older Smiths did have some handsome finish. The adjustable sights was one of the main selling points to make me agree to buy it. They are easy to use and see. No surprise there since S&W has been using them since dirt was young.

It’s a pretty neat little gun for a used pawn shop gun find. What I will do with it I have no idea. Probably trade it in on another 1911 some day.

WHEN GUNS ARE OUTLAWED ONLY OUTLAWS WILL HAVE RAID WASP KILLER

Truly, is there nothing that drug addicts won’t do? Apparently not. At least in WV.

BOONE COUNTY, W.Va. (WCHS/WVAH) – West Virginia State Police are seeing an alarming drug trend in Boone County. If you know anything about Boone Co. You will not find anything that follows surprising. No offense to any Boone County Hilljack reading.

Police said on Monday said wasp spray is being used as an alternative form of meth.

“We’re seeing this here on the streets in Boone County,” Sgt. Charles Sutphin said. “People are making a synthetic type methamphetamine out of wasp spray.” Clearly the government needs to ban this awful chemical. That will solve the war on drugs.

State Police now have reason to believe it played a role in three overdoses last week. As Hognose would say, “think of it as evolution in action”

“In my opinion, drugs are so bad around here. It’s so available to people, and then all the time trying things new that we wouldn’t even think about,” Diana Ferguson said. During a Doctor visit a few months ago ( My Doc is in WV which is across the rive from me) He told me the local pharmacy was robbed, not for what I thought but for erection pills. Not because some one needed them for what you think either. Apparently the dope heads found that if you inject it into the veins it makes the high from snorting pain pills last longer. How these idiots find these things out is amazing to me. They can’t hold a job or do anything useful but they can figure out things a chemist wouldn’t think of if it means getting high.

On Friday, stores in Boone County reported selling nearly 30 cans of the spray. Clearly a waiting period and background check on wasp killer is in order! There is nothing stopping kids from buying this chemical weapon!

Sgt. Sutphin said the physical effects are erratic behavior and extreme swelling and redness of the hands and feet. The idiotic behavior and poor judgement is not part of using the chemical but is already present in the end user.

“From what we’re being told, if you use it, you know, you might use it one or twice and be fine, but the third time when your body hits that allergic reaction, it can kill you,” Sutphin said. No great loss there if so.

The challenge is how to treat these symptoms and prevent the use of this legal, cheap product for harm. What’s the challenge? Just let Darwin run it’s course. Mourners submit flowers. Self solving problem.

“It’s a cheap fix, and you don’t know what their overall result of their usage of this is going to be,” Sutphin said. I’m guessing assuming room temperature and going Tango Uniform there chief.

State Police in Boone County are working closely with poison control and local medical centers to determine best treatment for someone using wasp spray as a drug. They are also in the process of putting this information out to other local agencies in West Virginia and potentially nationwide. I smell more state control ahead.