I don’t know why I laughed so hard at this. Apparently, math jokes are hysterical.
Source: xkcd: Newton and Leibniz
What better way to spend a Saturday evening than in your friend’s basement cleaning and restoring weapons?
Eva is an heirloom weapon, a trophy of war that my grandfather pulled off a dead Nazi somewhere in France. She hadn’t been fired since 1944 and 60+ years in storage had taken its toll on her.
In addition to the years of dust and chemical deterioration, Eva’s bolt assembly had fallen apart. Adam did a little research and managed to find a compatible replacement.
After some minor restorative work on Eva, I needed to do a little work on my Tokarev. I purchased her at a gun show a couple weeks ago and needed to perform a little maintenance after taking her to the range.
Some great lessons to use in the coming year.
Recent economic times may mirror what American grandparents or great-grandparents went through in the Great Depression. While this time may be a challenge, it may be an opportunity to look back and learn how previous generations coped with tough economic times. Hopefully, we’ll never need to relive their lessons learned, but at the very least we can appreciate their resourcefulness and gain perspective on our own situations.