While shuffling through my great grandmother's house a while back, we came across an old Starter Revolver she had kept in case anyone ever broke in. It was loaded with 8 rounds of .22 blanks, and after emptying and examining the gun, we came to realize it wasn't capable of firing a real .22 cartridge, as the barrel was plugged. So because this gun is only capable of firing blanks, is it considered a lethal firearm? Would one need a license to acquire this revolver? Or is it just a heavy duty cap gun.
We're talking about Canadian law here by the way.2 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police7 years ago
Recently (the past two weeks) I've been feeling a constant urge to escape and run away. Whether I'm at school or at home, I don't ever feel comfortable wherever I'm at. I feel like no matter the situation, the solution is to get up and leave, running off to somewhere distant where I can be completely alone, like a forest or something. This is out of character for me. Why do I feel this way, coming from a scientific background.
If this adds to your answer, I haven't any diagnosed mental illnesses, and I'm a young teen, with a good home life, but I've been fairly annoyed with my girlfriend and a few other people lately.
So explain to me what makes you think I feel this irrational need to leave. Please be detailed yet easy to understand, thank you1 AnswerPsychology7 years ago
I own power director 11 (what I believe is the $80 dollar version)
and I want to somehow make my videos look like an old 1970's exploitation film. With the scratches and gritty dots. For example, as seen below
anybody got suggestions?1 AnswerMovies7 years ago
So there's a few pictures of Ewan McGregor in Jack the Giant Slayer, and I want to know what you would call his hairstyle. I would have assumed it was a faux-hawk, but apparently, a fauxhawk is more like this,
Please give a bit of detail in your answer, always helps. Thanks1 AnswerHair7 years ago
So a while ago, I was at RCAC cadet camp, and it was a very emotional time. And on the last day before we all left, a crap ton of people stared crying and got really sad because they were going to miss each other. Upon seeing people cry, I just smiled. Grinned like a little girl. That's one example of my untimely smiling. I don't smile often, rarely actually, but when people cry, I Glasgow smile, ear to ear, and It makes me seem sick and twisted.
I'm wondering what's the simple phycology behind this. Why do I do this? Am I subconsciously trying to cheer them up? Do I find it funny that people are sad? Am I flipping sadist? What's up?2 AnswersPsychology8 years ago
Is this movie apropriate for a mature ten year old? I'm fine with him hearing coarse language, really it's just the violence that I'm worried about
(and if there's any nudity that's kinda a deal breaker).
He's used to seeing people get shot or cut (he's seen Raiders of the Lost Ark, pirates of the Carribean, a few james bond movies, Commando, Terminator, T2, all of the batman movies, predator 1 and 2, GI JOE, some of the A-Team Episodes, Jurassic Park, Avatar etc)
Basically I dont want to take him to anything like= Passion of the Christ
or anything else that could traumatize the **** out of him and keep him awake for nights3 AnswersMovies8 years ago
So I've listened to it like 100000 times, and still I'm not sure. My dad is convinced it's describing the feelings of a guy on acid or just drugs in general. Other people believe the Apocalypse he's talking about is just an unhappy event, and him being radioactive are the emotional scars that he will have to live with. So what's your opinion?1 AnswerLyrics8 years ago
I've spent my entire life in Atlantic Canada. Nova Scotia, PEI, New Brunswick and Newfoundland. I've never left the atlantic provinces, so I don't have much of an understanding of what it's like in America. So I ask of you Americans, have you ever heard of the following things:
Flashpoint (tv show)
The Republic of Doyle
Marianas Trench (not the ocean trench but the band)
Michael J. Fox
Michael Cera7 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups8 years ago
When ever I meet a cop (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) , I ask them, "what type of pistol do you carry?" and they always reply with "9mill". Now, that's the caliber. I don't care about the caliber, I just want to know what model pistol, such as "Colt M1911" "Walther P99" "Glock 17" "Sig Sauer P228"
And while I'm at it, I'd like to know the OTHER weapons, so please fill out the following,
Do they carry revolvers/what kind?
Assault and or battle rifle?
And also, SNIPER rifle?2 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police8 years ago
From what I've noticed, not a single assault rifle has a regular rifle stock, they all have pistol grips. Some people say its because of the extend able stock, but that's not true in the spirit of the original M16 or Ak-47. So I ask of you, why the pistol grip?9 AnswersHunting8 years ago
I'm writing a story, and in it a young man/teenager witnesses someone be shot in the head at point blank. He doesn't like the victim,(in fact he hated the victim) but he still feels saddened and depressed (of course). This teen then leaves the bloody, gorey scene and runs away to hide from the murderer. Now that he is alone, he starts to cry and throw up, and he feels all sick. I would like to know, what it feels like, or how to describe the emotions one feels after seeing a bloody, wounded dead person for the first time. It pains me to ask you this, especially if you still haven't truly gotten over it, but if you have any insight it would be greatly appreciated.4 AnswersOther - Society & Culture8 years ago
the firearm term. I'm not sure what it means, and I would Just google it but I find I would understand it better if someone put it in a simplistic way. I hear that Glock pistols are Safe action, but I still don't get what it means. So gun enthusiasts of the world, help?2 AnswersHunting8 years ago