/ovg/ - Bitch Niggas Edition
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>In the Army
>Firm believer in my trusty military issue assault rifle
>The assault rifle has been a trusted instrument of war for decades
>Not everyone prefers the assault rifle though
>Many soldiers now prefer using lazer tag guns instead of real guns
>Try to tell them that lazer tag guns can't kill people and they need to switch back to guns that shoot bullets
>"No anon, these lazer tag guns are so much easier to use"
>"What are you talking about anon? You're just stuck in the past because your gun doesn't even shoot lazers"
>"My lazer tag gun is so much easier to use, it's just point and shoot, I don't need to mess around with reloading, and it's lighter so it doesn't strain my limp wrists"
>They Bullshit, they make up statistics, they ignore all logic. No matter what, I can't get these fucking soldiers to see that just because something is newer or more popular doesn't mean it does the job better.
>mfw in 20 years I won't even be able to find a real gun because companies will only be manufacturing Lazer tag guns due to the demand.
And now you autofags know the struggle of the manual driver.
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So I've got my first vehicle, soon I will have my license. Being a guy and liking shit that goes fast and wanting to go to college for automotive tech I realized it would be a very good idea to learn how to drive a stick. I've never drove one before, don't really have anyone to teach me either. How hard would it be to teach myself? I know the basics, revs. Let off the throttle as you push in the clutch. With clutch depressed change gears smoothly and briskly, as you let out the clutch apply throttle at same time. Start car in neutral, on stop signs you can stay in first but some recommend going to neutral. On hills use break and gas method (stay in first, correct?) I've drove large trucks with trailers on steep hills and never rolled back but I know manuals are diff. I've drove a tractor and other farm equipment. Thanks for your help. (If I bought a manual it would be a car etc rx8, 240sx, gto, mustang, 350z) I'll be financing.