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2013-10-09 08:54:59 AM  
FTFA: "I happen to not watch the series very much, but I happened to tune in and I saw the most ridiculous 15 minutes of a movie..."

[dumbass] tag works pretty well too.
 
2013-10-09 09:20:02 AM  
Nobody cares what Oliver Stone thinks.
 
2013-10-09 09:22:54 AM  

Adjective Bird Whiskey: Nobody cares what Oliver Stone thinks.

 
2013-10-09 09:30:28 AM  
You put Shia LeBoeuf in a movie. Your opinion is irrelevant.
 
2013-10-09 09:30:29 AM  
Yet most surveys say fans were very happy with the ending.

/suck it, Oliver.
 
2013-10-09 09:40:38 AM  
I would think differently about Oliver Stone if he were right about something every once in a while.
 
2013-10-09 09:43:38 AM  
In fairness, the machinegun out of the back of the car was ridiculous.
 
2013-10-09 09:44:47 AM  
So he only watched the last 15 minutes, but he's sure the show was "filled with gun violence"? Even though the only moment in the entire episode where a gun goes off is in that scene?
 
2013-10-09 09:45:45 AM  

Adjective Bird Whiskey: Nobody cares what Oliver Stone thinks.

 
2013-10-09 09:47:55 AM  

BiffDangler: In fairness, the machinegun out of the back of the car was ridiculously awesome.


FTFY.
 
2013-10-09 09:50:22 AM  

Glitchwerks: FTFY.


I guess, I mean, I recognize that everyone has different tastes and that most people that it was awesome.  I personally just like things to at least be plausible.
 
2013-10-09 09:50:25 AM  

Adjective Bird Whiskey: Nobody cares what Oliver Stone thinks.

 
2013-10-09 09:51:54 AM  
The guy responsible for Natural Born Killers thinks the BB finale doesn't "respect" violence?

Is he promoting something right now?  Because that's too retarded to be an actual point of view.
 
2013-10-09 09:52:46 AM  
While the machine gun in the car trick was perhaps improbable, Walt was always a really smart guy throughout the series, and when given the opportunity to think and plan he had proven to be a genius criminal. So for Heisenberg, this was not so unbelievable.

And Oliver, I know you're irrelevant now, but try to let go of the jealousy, it's just stupid when you're ripping on the most brilliantly constructed show ever on TV.
 
2013-10-09 09:52:57 AM  

BiffDangler: In fairness, the machinegun out of the back of the car was ridiculous.


More or less so than the nitroglycerin (or whatever) crystal from season 1, the shootout from season three (seriously? Two highly-trained assassins can only hit Hank once?), the Hector-bomb in 4 (no way Gus is the only one affected), and Walt sneaking the Stevia to Lydia despite never putting his hands on the table?

// and Saul still having a law license despite being pretty obviously involved in some shady shiat
// it's no more ridiculous than that tie you're wearing
// 'sides which - it's a pretty simple machine
 
2013-10-09 09:57:19 AM  

Dr Dreidel: nitroglycerin (or whatever) crystal


Mercury fulminate.

Dr Dreidel: Walt sneaking the Stevia to Lydia despite never putting his hands on the table?


He did it before they arrived.
 
2013-10-09 09:59:56 AM  

Dr Dreidel: BiffDangler: In fairness, the machinegun out of the back of the car was ridiculous.

More or less so than the nitroglycerin (or whatever) crystal from season 1, the shootout from season three (seriously? Two highly-trained assassins can only hit Hank once?), the Hector-bomb in 4 (no way Gus is the only one affected), and Walt sneaking the Stevia to Lydia despite never putting his hands on the table?

// and Saul still having a law license despite being pretty obviously involved in some shady shiat
// it's no more ridiculous than that tie you're wearing
// 'sides which - it's a pretty simple machine


IIRC, the cousins hit Hank four times, and he was shielded by his car, the seat, etc. The Hector-bomb killed Hector, Gus, and Tyrus. Walt was in the cafe before Lydia was, knew which table she always sat at from their weekly meetings, and took away the rest of the Stevia packets in the dispenser. As far as the crystal goes, I want to say that Mythbusters tested it in the BB episode and found that the amount he used was far too small to have that kind of effect.
 
2013-10-09 10:00:05 AM  

MayoSlather: While the machine gun in the car trick was perhaps improbable, Walt was always a really smart guy throughout the series, and when given the opportunity to think and plan he had proven to be a genius criminal. So for Heisenberg, this was not so unbelievable.

And Oliver, I know you're irrelevant now, but try to let go of the jealousy, it's just stupid when you're ripping on the most brilliantly constructed show ever on TV.


Genius criminal?  The guy seemed to have more luck than brains 90% of the time.
 
2013-10-09 10:00:10 AM  

Dr Dreidel: Walt sneaking the Stevia to Lydia despite never putting his hands on the table?


It's pretty clear he doctored the Stevia packet (the only one in the caddy at the table Lydia always sat at) before she arrived. Perhaps improbably, but internally consistent.

/Lydia, oh Lydia, say have you met Lydia?
 
2013-10-09 10:00:11 AM  

Glitchwerks: Dr Dreidel: Walt sneaking the Stevia to Lydia despite never putting his hands on the table?

He did it before they arrived.


Also, Hank was shot 4 times, not once.

Whatever - my point is, if you've suspended your disbelief about everything leading up to Trunk Gun, what's so special about some springs and gears - built by a guy who's done plenty of cleverer things and built more complex mechanical things before - that suddenly you can't go with Gilligan one one more ride?
 
2013-10-09 10:00:35 AM  

Bleyo: The guy responsible for Natural Born Killers thinks the BB finale doesn't "respect" violence?

Is he promoting something right now?  Because that's too retarded to be an actual point of view.


C'mon, don't stoop to the same level of idiocy Stone is partaking in....

NBK's ultraviolence was the point! It was a biting satire of media sensationalizing violence and making idols out of major criminals.
 
2013-10-09 10:02:29 AM  

Joelogon: Perhaps improbably, but internally consistent.


That's my point. Or, as NicktheSmoker put it: The guy seemed to have more luck than brains 90% of the time.

// which is saying something, because Walt has lots of brains
 
2013-10-09 10:03:22 AM  
I happen to not watch the series very much, but I happened to tune in and I saw the most ridiculous 15 minutes

I mean, usually I'm too busy watching Sri Lanka film school projects to have any time for TV. But I happened to be between 14th century Chinese poetry books for half and hour that Sunday night, got up to see if Amazon had shipped my Criterion Criterion collection (Criterion collection of the best Criterion collection films), and I accidentally bumped my first edition printing of The Corrections ironically signed by Jonathan Frakes off the end table, and it happend to hit the TV remote which happened to be tuned to AMC, since they had been running that marathon of French jazz documentaries back in '97.
 
2013-10-09 10:03:41 AM  

Adjective Bird Whiskey: Nobody cares what Oliver Stone thinks.

 
2013-10-09 10:05:17 AM  

Dr Dreidel: BiffDangler: In fairness, the machinegun out of the back of the car was ridiculous.

More or less so than the nitroglycerin (or whatever) crystal from season 1, the shootout from season three (seriously? Two highly-trained assassins can only hit Hank once?), the Hector-bomb in 4 (no way Gus is the only one affected), and Walt sneaking the Stevia to Lydia despite never putting his hands on the table?

// and Saul still having a law license despite being pretty obviously involved in some shady shiat
// it's no more ridiculous than that tie you're wearing
// 'sides which - it's a pretty simple machine


Wesleeeeeeeey...
 
2013-10-09 10:07:45 AM  
Oh come on folks. He has a new documentary out, so he slams something popular and gets his name and the title of the documentary in the news. It's simple free marketing.
 
2013-10-09 10:08:12 AM  

rocky_howard: Bleyo: The guy responsible for Natural Born Killers thinks the BB finale doesn't "respect" violence?

Is he promoting something right now?  Because that's too retarded to be an actual point of view.

C'mon, don't stoop to the same level of idiocy Stone is partaking in....

NBK's ultraviolence was the point! It was a biting satire of media sensationalizing violence and making idols out of major criminals.



Oh yeah?  Well... dammit.  Ok, fine.
 
2013-10-09 10:19:21 AM  

BiffDangler: In fairness, the machinegun out of the back of the car was ridiculous.


Yea, I love the show but the machine guy in the trunk hurt my brain.
 
2013-10-09 10:22:18 AM  
When Quentin Tarantino gives you a screenplay, and you fark it up so bad, he demands his name to be removed from the credits, you suck as a director.
 
2013-10-09 10:22:44 AM  

Adjective Bird Whiskey: Nobody cares what Oliver Stone thinks.

 
2013-10-09 10:27:10 AM  
Savages sucked. Shut up Oliver Stone.
 
2013-10-09 10:27:55 AM  
I absolutely loved Natural Born Killers in like 1995. I was also waking up and eating acid every day and pretty stupid.

I'm still stupid and I guess Natural Born Killers is still a pretty great flick, Rodney Dangerfield's best role.
 
2013-10-09 10:28:40 AM  

Adjective Bird Whiskey: Nobody cares what Oliver Stone thinks.


Done in two.
 
2013-10-09 10:29:46 AM  
I guess Oliver Stone has a movie coming out soon.
 
2013-10-09 10:30:22 AM  

Adjective Bird Whiskey: Nobody cares what Oliver Stone thinks.

 
2013-10-09 10:31:43 AM  
Dr Dreidel: BiffDangler: In fairness, the machinegun out of the back of the car was ridiculous.

More or less so than the nitroglycerin (or whatever) crystal from season 1, the shootout from season three (seriously? Two highly-trained assassins can only hit Hank once?), the Hector-bomb in 4 (no way Gus is the only one affected), and Walt sneaking the Stevia to Lydia despite never putting his hands on the table?

I presume you must be trolling, but in any case:

1- It was mercury fulminate, which is highly volatile.  The Mythbusters busted this one, though.
2- He was tipped off, remember?  And there is no reference to them being highly trained.  Experienced, maybe, but not necessarily trained.
3- Hector's bomb kills (at least) Gus, Hector, and Tyrese, according to the radio station report at the episodes end.
4- the adulterated Stevia was already in the packet, in the container on the table.   Lydia is a 'creature of habit', which is why Walt was able to nail down the time, location, and table.  I know it looks like this is perhaps a different table than their usual, but that's because this is the first time they shot it from the patio inwards, on account of it being a scene with 3 people at the table.  Vince Gilligan confirms this on the insider podcast.
 
2013-10-09 10:32:45 AM  

Grungehamster: Dr Dreidel:
// it's no more ridiculous than that tie you're wearing

Wesleeeeeeeey...


I love you...juh-kuh-luh-

// you're now favorited as "Wesleeeeeeeey"
// and you're a mere butler-slash-vice principal-slash-dehumidifier
 
Byn
2013-10-09 10:41:22 AM  
I'm guessing Oliver Stone has a movie coming out soon?
 
2013-10-09 10:43:22 AM  

kwame: Oh come on folks. He has a new documentary out, so he slams something popular and gets his name and the title of the documentary in the news. It's simple free marketing.


Aaaaaand we're done here.

Last one out, please turn off the lights.
 
2013-10-09 10:48:23 AM  

BiffDangler: In fairness, the machinegun out of the back of the car was ridiculous.


What would have been ridiculous would be Walt wielding it like Rambo.  The solution as shown worked.  It also showed him developing and testing the rig.  There's nothing in his solution that is beyond my mechanical or electrical ability so I give that an easy pass.
 
2013-10-09 10:52:45 AM  
Who?
 
2013-10-09 11:03:33 AM  

Dr Dreidel: Glitchwerks: Dr Dreidel: Walt sneaking the Stevia to Lydia despite never putting his hands on the table?

He did it before they arrived.

Also, Hank was shot 4 times, not once.

Whatever - my point is, if you've suspended your disbelief about everything leading up to Trunk Gun, what's so special about some springs and gears - built by a guy who's done plenty of cleverer things and built more complex mechanical things before - that suddenly you can't go with Gilligan one one more ride?


So long as it doesn't turn into a three hour tour.
 
2013-10-09 11:10:32 AM  
From Madrigal Electromotive's Facebook page:

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2013-10-09 11:14:08 AM  

crow: From Madrigal Electromotive's Facebook page:

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Nice.
 
2013-10-09 11:16:28 AM  

Claude the Dog: Dr Dreidel: Glitchwerks: Dr Dreidel: Walt sneaking the Stevia to Lydia despite never putting his hands on the table?

He did it before they arrived.

Also, Hank was shot 4 times, not once.

Whatever - my point is, if you've suspended your disbelief about everything leading up to Trunk Gun, what's so special about some springs and gears - built by a guy who's done plenty of cleverer things and built more complex mechanical things before - that suddenly you can't go with Gilligan one one more ride?

So long as it doesn't turn into a three hour tour.


On the next episode of Gilligan's Meth Lab.

"We're out of methylamine, biatch. What are going to use as a precursor now?"
"Coconuts, Jessie. We'll use coconuts."
 
2013-10-09 11:31:38 AM  
I dont find the idea of the M60 mount so far fetched at all. Hell there was this guy that has videos on youtube of all kinds of weird mounts he makes. He made one with a motion detector and a paintball gun.
 
2013-10-09 11:33:09 AM  

Adjective Bird Whiskey: Nobody cares what Oliver Stone thinks.

 
2013-10-09 11:34:59 AM  

crow: From Madrigal Electromotive's Facebook page:

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I like that. Why the hell not. Gordon Freeman bears a certain resemblance to Mr. White pre-Heisenburg anyway
 
2013-10-09 11:40:46 AM  
Natural Born Killers was awesome.  Long Live Mickey and Mallory.
 
2013-10-09 12:05:22 PM  
To be fair, Stone has a point. It was a little over the top, but having not watched the series throughout, he probably missed the "magical" aspects of the story. It was referenced throughout the series that Walter was one lucky and clever son of a biatch regardless of the circumstances he found himself in.

Had it been anyone else, it wouldn't have worked out. Since it was Walter with such an absurd and perfect scheme, everything more or less fell into place. Yes, they could have been a little bit more cruel in designing Walter and Jesses fate, but we all know that people would have biatched to high hell had the series ended off on a darker note. Some artistic compromise was made, but always in favor of the viewer despite the fact.
 
2013-10-09 12:10:31 PM  

blacksharpiemarker: To be fair, Stone has a point. It was a little over the top, but having not watched the series throughout, he probably missed the "magical" aspects of the story. It was referenced throughout the series that Walter was one lucky and clever son of a biatch regardless of the circumstances he found himself in.

Had it been anyone else, it wouldn't have worked out. Since it was Walter with such an absurd and perfect scheme, everything more or less fell into place. Yes, they could have been a little bit more cruel in designing Walter and Jesses fate, but we all know that people would have biatched to high hell had the series ended off on a darker note. Some artistic compromise was made, but always in favor of the viewer despite the fact.


Mr. White relied upon the Unspoken Plan Guarantee. Because Mr. White devised and enacted the plan on his own, the writers were able to implement it effectively without making obvious that the audience had been deprived of key information beforehand.
 
2013-10-09 12:21:56 PM  

Dimensio: Mr. White relied upon the Unspoken Plan Guarantee. Because Mr. White devised and enacted the plan on his own, the writers were able to implement it effectively without making obvious that the audience had been deprived of key information beforehand.


Thanks for the informative reference!
 
2013-10-09 12:34:28 PM  

SundaesChild: Natural Born Killers was awesome.  Long Live Mickey and Mallory.


Yes it was. Pre-internet I used to have to foam at the mouth at people in person when they disagreed.

Brilliant soundtrack too, and Robert Downey Jr was in full Geraldo mode who looks exactly like Tony Stark, ha.
 
2013-10-09 12:39:27 PM  

Mr. Eugenides: What would have been ridiculous would be Walt wielding it like Rambo. The solution as shown worked. It also showed him developing and testing the rig. There's nothing in his solution that is beyond my mechanical or electrical ability so I give that an easy pass.


I agree Rambo would have been bad.  However, if you have any experience with firearms there is no way that flimsy garage door opener thing would work and keep the gun in place.  I mean sure a defense contractor could rig something up in a month, but not walt in 3-4 hours.
 
2013-10-09 12:40:29 PM  
You'd think he'd be a lot more concerned with the lack of any explanation of how Leaves of Grass ended up in Hank's bathroom.
 
2013-10-09 12:47:53 PM  

Eddie Adams from Torrance: You'd think he'd be a lot more concerned with the lack of any explanation of how Leaves of Grass ended up in Hank's bathroom.


That was Walt's bathroom.  Hank was just taking a shiat there.
 
2013-10-09 12:49:35 PM  

BiffDangler: Eddie Adams from Torrance: You'd think he'd be a lot more concerned with the lack of any explanation of how Leaves of Grass ended up in Hank's bathroom.

That was Walt's bathroom.  Hank was just taking a shiat there.


Shuddup and smoke your ricin cigarettes.
 
2013-10-09 12:50:35 PM  

Confabulat: SundaesChild: Natural Born Killers was awesome.  Long Live Mickey and Mallory.

Yes it was. Pre-internet I used to have to foam at the mouth at people in person when they disagreed.

Brilliant soundtrack too, and Robert Downey Jr was in full Geraldo mode who looks exactly like Tony Stark, ha.


It was the first thing I saw Woody Harrelson in that I realized that the man can act, too.  Before that I always blew him off as just "that one guy on Cheers."
 
2013-10-09 12:52:00 PM  
So he focuses on the M60 but not the fact that the guy watching Walt at the clubhouse didn't stop Walt from getting the car keys again? I thought that was a little weak. Or that they let Walt park the car anywhere near any building (or I guess Stone did mention this one).

But having mentioned that, I still liked the ending. I'm rewatching the whole series, and doing that has made me realize that Walter is even more evil than I even remember. I like the show but now I like him even less. I wish Jesse had shot him.
 
2013-10-09 12:59:30 PM  
Yeah, I'm really worried about the opinion of the man who brought us Wall Street 2.
 
2013-10-09 01:08:12 PM  

skinink: So he focuses on the M60 but not the fact that the guy watching Walt at the clubhouse didn't stop Walt from getting the car keys again? I thought that was a little weak. Or that they let Walt park the car anywhere near any building (or I guess Stone did mention this one).

But having mentioned that, I still liked the ending. I'm rewatching the whole series, and doing that has made me realize that Walter is even more evil than I even remember. I like the show but now I like him even less. I wish Jesse had shot him.



I don't think they dwelled on where he parked the car (beyond a minor "Hey, park it over there") since they were planning to whack him as soon as he went inside.  I haven't rewatched it yet but if I recall Walt slowly reached back for the keys just as they were bringing in Jesse, which provided a slight diversion.

Enough about that - if I keepo seeing that American Horror Story ad with the snake which looks like a 3 way knobber I'm going to have to go to my bunk.
 
2013-10-09 01:11:11 PM  
He should have just made a bomb, and blown everything up, then jesse escapes because he was sheltered underground, right mr. Stone?

So much more plausible. So much more boring.
 
2013-10-09 01:11:32 PM  
I guess this farkwit doesn't realize that television shows aren't real?  Just like every hokey, suspension of disbelief ridden piece of shiat movie he's ever made?
 
2013-10-09 01:12:18 PM  

groppet: I dont find the idea of the M60 mount so far fetched at all. Hell there was this guy that has videos on youtube of all kinds of weird mounts he makes. He made one with a motion detector and a paintball gun.


Exactly! And as previously established by the penultimate episode, you can learn a lot of stuff by watching Youtube videos, so your theory has much more weight than you can imagine.
 
2013-10-09 01:17:44 PM  
Get it right, subby... Natural Born Killers was a satire AGAINST violence.  The more graphic it was, the stronger the point Stone was making.
 
2013-10-09 01:37:48 PM  

skinink: I'm rewatching the whole series, and doing that has made me realize that Walter is even more evil than I even remember.


I wouldn't call Walt "evil".  He just found it within himself to be able to do what ever needed to be done.  You can't call a man evil that truly loves his family, I don't think, and Walt DID love his family.  Morally ambivalent.  That might be better than evil.

He didn't KILL Ted, for instance.  An evil man would have wasted Grey Matter.  An evil man would have killed Jesse outright back when he really needed to do it.  An evil man would not have felt sorrow and remorse over Hank's death.  An evil man surely would not have let Saul go get vacuumed.
 
2013-10-09 01:48:13 PM  

Dr. Kefarkian: I guess this farkwit doesn't realize that television shows aren't real?  Just like every hokey, suspension of disbelief ridden piece of shiat movie he's ever made?


And BB didn't really take suspension of disbelief so much as it took accepting luck and characters behaving in a way we might not expect real people to behave.  Which pretty much puts it right there alongside damn near every fictional story in the world.  If the characters weren't special, either personally or by circumstance, then stories would be boring as hell.


I've only been particularly bothered by one thing in a movie/series in my life: Blade 2, when they don't put the anti-light helmets on to enter the sewer and explode the light bomb.

That, and stun guns making people pass out.  There are convenient ways to make people pass out.  Taze them and then chloroform them while they still being tazed.  Done. Use a blackjack.  A needle. A choke hold.

Hell, use a farking blow dart, I don't care. Just stop using the taser in that way, for the love of god.
 
2013-10-09 02:48:35 PM  
I like Oliver Stone's movies, but he's got no room to criticize on this one. His last movie had an extremely over the top shootout at the end, all to have it turn out to be a daydream. He St. Elsewhere'd his own movie.
 
2013-10-09 03:24:54 PM  

crow: scontent-b-iad.xx.fbcdn.net


Even for a fan-fiction fake press release that's pretty poorly written.
 
2013-10-09 03:45:39 PM  
So some entertainment productions aren't actual depictions of how real life works? When did this happen? I bet Mr. Cranky has armed guards to keep people off his lawn.
 
2013-10-09 04:37:09 PM  

frepnog: skinink: I'm rewatching the whole series, and doing that has made me realize that Walter is even more evil than I even remember.

I wouldn't call Walt "evil".  He just found it within himself to be able to do what ever needed to be done.  You can't call a man evil that truly loves his family, I don't think, and Walt DID love his family.  Morally ambivalent.  That might be better than evil.

He didn't KILL Ted, for instance.  An evil man would have wasted Grey Matter.  An evil man would have killed Jesse outright back when he really needed to do it.  An evil man would not have felt sorrow and remorse over Hank's death.  An evil man surely would not have let Saul go get vacuumed.


As Hank told Walt in the garage, Walter could give a dark about family. Even Walt's admission to Skyler is that he did everything for selfish reasons. Gray Matter, Ted, and Saul were the few things that didn't suffer because of Walt.

And I can point out that if he had just farming took the money for his cancer treatment from Grey Matter, Skyler would never have had to go work for Ted again and cook his books.

Aside from the three incidents you mentioned, Walt cause a lot of collateral damage. And a lot of it was on purpose.
 
2013-10-09 05:20:08 PM  
And on this day I apologize on behalf of Stones everywhere.

Forgive our crazy uncle Oliver, for he knows not what he says.

/watched the finale again last night
//then smoked a ricin cigarette in Hank's bathroom
 
2013-10-09 05:38:33 PM  
Did the guy who directed JFK just criticize a show for lack of plausibility?
 
2013-10-09 05:43:44 PM  

roflmaonow: crow: From Madrigal Electromotive's Facebook page:

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Nice.


And launders it quite effectively - no messy cash transactions on Walt Jr's part.  Still very tricky to get the cash IN to Grey Matter in the first place.
 
2013-10-09 06:00:42 PM  
I'd probably be bitter that I haven't been relevant in twenty or thirty years too.
 
2013-10-09 06:05:45 PM  

crow: From Madrigal Electromotive's Facebook page:

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Awesome.

This was on Madrigal's "official" website recently:

madrigalelectromotive.com
http://madrigalelectromotive.com/


Not official, of course (check the last line). 

But there was a whole lot going on with this website over the past season. The story is here at 46:30:  http://baldmove.com/?powerpress_pinw=6368-breaking-good-breaking-bad- p odcast
 
2013-10-09 06:25:28 PM  
So Oliver wants some attention by criticising a popular TV show. No, I won't read the article, Oliver.
 
2013-10-09 07:15:05 PM  
Untold History is really good.

That said, Stone is dead wrong about Breaking Bad.
 
2013-10-09 08:01:45 PM  

BiffDangler: Mr. Eugenides: What would have been ridiculous would be Walt wielding it like Rambo. The solution as shown worked. It also showed him developing and testing the rig. There's nothing in his solution that is beyond my mechanical or electrical ability so I give that an easy pass.

I agree Rambo would have been bad.  However, if you have any experience with firearms there is no way that flimsy garage door opener thing would work and keep the gun in place.  I mean sure a defense contractor could rig something up in a month, but not walt in 3-4 hours.


Challenge accepted!

/Anyone have an M-60?
//The gun, not the tank.
 
2013-10-09 09:24:54 PM  

Babwa Wawa: Adjective Bird Whiskey: Nobody cares what Oliver Stone thinks.

 
2013-10-09 10:20:33 PM  
Well, he was great talent.
 
2013-10-10 12:05:20 AM  

Adjective Bird Whiskey: Nobody cares what Oliver Stone thinks.

 
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