A Nurse with a Gun

Friday, January 12, 2007

Smith & Wesson Gun-Cam™

The Smith & Wesson Gun-Cam™
live feed is courtesy of Robert Frenchu. If you notice any movement or discharge from this unattended S&W Model 19, please go to the link provided and notify him.



Blogger Conservative Scalawag said...

Awww, it is like Assault weapon watch, but for those assault revolvers.

6:50 PM  
Anonymous russinnmex said...

I doubt many of the people this thing critcizes will understand the sarcasm.

OH CRAP! It twitched itself toward a busload of school children!


12:27 PM  
Blogger Markay said...

I will for one be keeping an eye on it;) Hahahaha. Boo to making fun of Sarah Brady! ;) HAHA. Just kidding. That is hilarious.

6:29 PM  
Blogger Keith Walker said...

I sat and watched this thing for an hour before I realized that it wasn't going to go off. Does this mean I have been lied to about guns going off by themselves?

8:41 PM  
Anonymous Thad Adams said...

Day two....No movement yet,patient is still comatose.


9:02 PM  
Blogger lee n. field said...

How many years has the S&W cam been up? It's a shame to leave a model 19 neglected that long. :-(.

12:13 PM  
Anonymous gmcraff said...

As true as the sentiment the page conveys is, this is about as real as the Rathergate memos. I.E. "fake but accurate".

The picture is an animated gif. Right click on the picture, save it to your desktop. Close your browser, then open it up and use "Open file..." to select the picture file on your desktop. You will see the "UPDATING" flash across the picture, even though there is no possible mechanism to cause the picture to actually update.

Test two: Open the page, then unplug your modem or network cable. Does the picture still "update"? If it really is, then data need to be transferred to your computer, and you just made sure it couldn't.

We're better than this. Our arguments have more validity than a "fake but accurate" demonstration.

9:41 PM  
Blogger Xavier said...

It's humor. Anyone who takes it seriously needs toconsider the humor/satire aspect. This animated gif is not real, it is not a real test, it is not a real scientific experiment. It's humor.

5:04 AM  

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