To any of my non-gunblr followers:


@everytown ‘s


AMA thing is a sham. Everytown USA is a political organization, primarily funded by Michael Bloomberg and friends, to promote their gun-phobic and staunchly statist agenda. Bloomberg also funds Moms Demand Action and Mayors Against Illegal Guns in the same way. 

Everytown and their representatives are not experts in firearms, nor are they people who understand the intricacies and realities of practical firearms ownership and use. 

Everytown has no interest in an actual productive conversation about the actual safe handling of firearms. 

Everytown has a vested interest in ordinary people changing their opinions based on fear, disinformation, and misinformation.

Everytown is not here to talk about gun safety.

They are here to throw a salvo into the free-for-all bar brawl that is the culture wars. 

They are here to talk in misleading terms about the piece-meal dismantling of an important and constitutionally-protected civil liberty.

They are here to sell the wrongful disarmament of law-abiding citizens as both precautionary and PC. 

TL;DR – Everytown is conducting this AMA to push an agenda, pure and simple. And they will lie and mislead to do it.

If you agree with this agenda, you’re welcome to your opinion. There’s not much I can do for you unless you wish to hear mine with an open mind.

But if you ask Everytown a question and you don’t know jack about the debate so far, please understand that they are neither a neutral nor an expert source.

I welcome any of my followers to ask me questions, which I will answer to the best of my ability.



It’s probably because I’m French, but “Moms demand action” sounds like the title of a hardcore porn website.

I really can’t wait to see how the “grassroot”* pumpkin-spice-latte-drinking-orange-wearing- white-suburban-soccer-moms and “benevolant mayors” for civilian disarmament that combined with Bloomberg money, make Ivorytower, will provide us expertise on taking away civil rights gun safety…

Or maybe it’s just time, if you’re a concerned parent, to listen to Eddie the Eagle?

* (as in manucured lawns in gated communities and $75 hair roots touch-up).



Ouaip ^^ Je dois avouer, au risque de me faire des ennemis, que je ne suis pas très fana de bière, étant plutôt un buveur d’alcools blancs, et plus spécifiquement de rhum.

Pour citer l’autre (de mémoire), c’est que je déteste le vin, le cognac et toutes ces saletés. Je préfère la vodka. Elle est blanche, elle est sûrement intelligente.

Mais oui, l’Orval est probablement ma bière favorite (en tenant compte du fait que je préfère une tétrapétée d’autres alcools à l’Orval). Rochefort était ma troisième trappiste (sur les six belges), après Westvleteren et Orval.


unsisypheheureux hat auf dein Foto geantwortet“L’Orval”

Excellent choix. Va visiter l’abbaye à l’occasion, ça devrait te plaire niveau archi

C’est vrai que c’est joli.



Test AR15 à 300m aujourd’hui. C’est assez cool d’être dans un stand “classique” avec ce genre de flingue sans avoir de remarques débiles genre c’est pas homologué…

I really don’t like the AR15, and I hate to see it has become the golden standard of small caliber semi-automatic rifles, thanks to thirty years of Hollywood propaganda (what I call the “MP5 effect” : “if it’s good enough for McClane, it’s good enough for me”, but I digress), but it’s really nice to see some diversity in an official shooting range.
Next step, an AK-74 ? It’s almost like a SIG 550, aside its tinier cartridge and its cruder finish ;o)



Chillon Castle’s guestbook

« Most English-speaking people … will admit that hold the door is beautiful, especially if dissociated from its sense (and from its spelling). More beautiful than, say, sky, and far more beautiful than beautiful. Well then, in Welsh for me cellar doors are extraordinarily frequent, and moving to the higher dimension, the words in which there is pleasure in the contemplation of the association of form and sense are abundant. »

J.R.R. Tolkien



Albert I Promenade with @laurentbelkacem, Ostend, Belgium
2016.05.15 with an iPhone 6S

My kind of architecture, with a lot of opening, space and concrete (and a sea twenty meters away)