In case any of you are too young to remember these, there was a time back before the dawn of Nintendo and the like that this thing started a puzzle game frenzy that lasted until Mario and crew came on the scene. It was created by a Hungarian mathematician named, of course, Rubik. In some gaming circles they are still pretty popular. You were given a cube with six different colored sides that rotated on six different axises. You moved the cube sides around until all the colors were mixed up and then tried to put them all back together. Really it was a game of algorithms, patterns of action that would lead to a predictable result. Some people got it, some didn't. I don't think I ever solved one but got to where I could consistently get a couple of sides right.
Anyway, just like the different colored sides of the Rubik's cube, I have several different posts that I am working on currently that all seem to get in the way of the completion of one another. I am spending more time with my family at night which is partially taking away from my blogging time. I will try and get these out in the next few weeks for the few regular folks who stop by to have something to read and some gun porn to look at.
Here is a partial list of what I am working on:
- Review of the Glock 34..
- My continued thoughts on the M1 Garand..
- Review of the EoTech XPS-2
- Practical, Tactical or "tacticool" accessories...
- Using weapon lights...not for everybody..
- The Kimber Custom II, of course..
- The common rubbish found in gun magazines..
- A review of the SKS....
- The Mossberg Maverick 88...
- The hypocrisy of the Hollywood anti-gunners...
- ..and a few other ideas that are kicking around my head..
Look, I like re-posting something I read on The Firearm Blog or The Everyday, No Days Off Gun Bog just like anyone else. But for the sake of being original and maybe getting a few of my brain cells fired up into thinking mode I like to get creative now and again as well.
Your patience while I get these sorted out, researched and published is greatly appreciated.