So, is this a lad, a chap, a bloke, or a fella? I don’t know, but in the U.S., he’d be armed and I’d have been watching him closer. In London, I mostly thought he could ease up on the mousse a bit.

5 thoughts on “Camouflage

  1. You make a very good point Bill especially with the gun laws over here. I am a long time gun owner and in New York you have to meet certain requirements and go through numerous background checks to purchase a weapon and I see nothing wrong with this. I really don’t see the logic of relaxed gun laws. One thought on camouflage, why do people wear it, we could still see them 🙂


    1. I don’t have a problem with places like NY that manage guns intelligently. I used to work in a sporting goods store in Virginia, where I thought we’d sell anything to anybody.

      I agree about the camo; in a city, it should look like buildings… maybe bricks.


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