Friday, September 11, 2009

When In Doubt, Shoot

Visit Roy Edroso who observes anxious pro-lifers posit "Just-In-Case" shootings (IMO beats the Just-In-Time model by a long shot).


M. Bouffant said...

Sometimes when you shoot "just in case" you don't have ammo in a "nick of time" shooting situation.

Keep your powder dry remains the best advice.

Others say: erfirew. And: unimpor.

mikey said...

I don't wanna wreck your day or nothin', but this is, and has been for at LEAST forty years (that I can vouch for) basic tactical doctrine.

And don't be silly Bouffant. Helicopters bring more bullets. Lots more bullets...

I mean, I hate to be all undab

M. Bouffant said...

Helicopters? Or magic, winged flying unicorns? What's in your supply chain?

herr doktor bimler said...

you don't have ammo in a "nick of time" shooting situation.

The ammo packs are everywhere; you just have to keep your eyes open.

And they said that computer games don't teach anything useful.

herr doktor bimler said...

The moral of all this is that if your surname is Case, then 'Justin' is not a good name to bestow upon your child.

Another Kiwi said...

Or Knut. I would consider Landmark or Test (though schoolboy humour would demand that it was called Teste).
Lower would be right out as would Brief.
Puzzling might be best of all