“People who don’t own guns really need to think about this: it’s just darn fun to fire a gun. It’s interesting. It requires a lot of attention. It’s competitive. And it’s just as people say, it’s a real feeling of power to handle a firearm. That appeal is, in my view, undeniable and part of the reason that guns symbolize individualism, self-sufficiency to such a large portion of the population. I felt it myself.”—Paul Barrett, on taking shooting lessons. (via nprfreshair)
Agreed. It is a rush. Which is why I’ve always loved target shooting over hunting. No rush in sitting in the cold just waiting.
Well, just turned back on the alarm clock on my phone. The holiday break is over. Not too bad having to head back to work though because over the break I watched some of Mad Men and I think I have a great idea of how to jazz up work now. I think the decanters of liquour in the office will help much with the GSS Initialize.