Saturday, February 10, 2007

Are ex-Submariners Dangerous? Never, although sometimes they may appear threatening.

The subject in this photograph is a reputed ex-submariner. In his hands, he holds a mystery device. If anyone can positively identify the object, please let us know if the photographer should have felt threatened or perhaps pained.

If anyone with a law enforcement background (Cookie) can identify the subject and the device, please let us know if it is legal for the subject to be carrying such a device in the state where he presently resides.

If you are the subject, there is no need for you to confess to anything.
You have the right to remain silent service.

5 Comments:

At 11:57 AM, Blogger Cookie..... said...

Well Sir...if'n its a "Taser"...and I cain't quite be sure...then they are illegal in most States fer "civilians" to carry...

Personally...I don't see anything wrong with a Submariner (ex or otherwise) carrying one... ;-)

 
At 3:52 PM, Blogger Vigilis said...

A taser! Thanks, Cookie.

Of course, he may have a perfectly legit use for it as a deputy, or even as one of those Californians intent on bagging a live "big foot". Either way, good hunting!

 
At 6:18 PM, Blogger midwatchcowboy said...

Maybe he can get his cat off of the towel or rug or whatever.

 
At 5:38 AM, Blogger SonarMan said...

I don't know about the device, but in my line of work, I do graphic manipulation. I see what looks like clear signs along the edges of the hands that it was cropped from a seperate photograph, and pasted onto this one.
http://photos1.blogger.com/x/blogger/5998/564/1600/848845/Bubblehead%20Blogging.jpg

Look closely at the edges of the hands, especially on the right, and you'll see the pixellation. That happens when something has been cropped and dropped into another photo. Like I said, I do this all the time in my line of work, and I see it frequently, because I have to clean it up.

Therefore, it is in question as to whether or not said submarine sailor is/was in possesion of said device, whatever it is said to be.

Enough said.

 
At 6:32 PM, Blogger Bubblehead said...

Hey, isn't that a picture of the submariner in question with Jimmy Carter behind him?

 

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