garnad CLAIMS he can hit 4mph sitting
man, at 90 degree angle, in the DARK, at half a mile:-) That's EXACTLY the sort of mark a man in an inflatable raft, floating down middle of Mississippi river OFFERS, dumbass. I never said it was TOTALLY safe,but it's 100x safer than being in open country, like western Canada, in daylight, dumbass. at least it's VERY little effort and risk, andmoving in the right direction, OUT of the stupidity of snow and ice, short growing seasons, animals all migrated or hibernating, all the water iced over, etc.
why would it only be at 90 degree angle?
you don't understand too much, and you certainly don't understand the tactics of what you are claiming.
Since you are drifting at a constant rate, it's very easy to walk the rounds in on you, darkness or not.
It you can see well enough to see the raft, you will be shot.
The Mississippi River is a mile wide in places. Forget hitting the man, just sink the inflatable raft and let the jerk drown.
what and have the EPA angry for polluting the river?
Please post the link where I specified "4 mph"??? I remember last time I was on course at the Defense Ammunition School in Savannah Ill. it wasn't a half a mile to the middle of the mississippi at that point. It might have been 1/2 mile across. If I remember the river at that time was pretty brown, so letting you drown, wouldn't be polluting the river that much.
A man or a raft in the middle of the Mississippi would be a almost unmissable target even with a "canned 11.5 car15 using a .22lr conversion unic". There would be no place to hide, and any hits would become fatal due to ingesting excess Di Hydrogen Monoxide. In a nut shell anyone who saw the little troll riding the currents especially if there had been a outbreak of cannibal actities upstream, would sink his ass and let the fishes get acid reflux.
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