Bruce the Shark, and his friends Rusty "Ripsaw" turtle and Gumby want you to be safe with lasers. Lasers can be used on weapons to help your aim, as designators to laze enemy targets, and for fun. However, many of them will harm your eyes, especially ones that lack and Infra-Red (IR) filter. Some are sold as lower power units and will damage your eyes even if they are only used once. Do not shoot your eye out! Bruce was a little distracted in this video, as someone was aiming a red laser at his "cold dead" gray eyes and nose while he made this video. If you own laser problem solvers, be safe in using them, and do not point them at people, unless a JDAM is inbound! 'Merica, with guns, feuer and freedom!
Bruce the Shark, and his friends Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle discuss books they are reading. Gumby is reading about the Police Code of Silence, while Rusty is reading about "Manipulism" where people are guilt-ed into becoming Communists. Bruce reads the U.S. Constitution, and states that anyone in the United States should know this, or leave! Here in America, we like fire, guns, and freedom, and do not tolerate those that wish to destroy our nation through socialism, or any other "ism" unless it is nationalism. Gumby is listening to his Motorola radio programmed to act as a police scanner, and has his problem solver, while Rusty has his old M7 bayonet, wrapped in paracord. This is an older model, made in Germany for Colt, and issued to people stationed in Germany in the Cold War Era. Read more books, because TV rots your brain.
While Bruce the Shark, Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle, and others always suspected Gumby of being a brilliant engineer, possibly "The Jackal" and made of C-4 explosives, it finally comes out that Gumby spent twenty years in special operations. He was a communications expert, and went on lots of secret missions. No wonder he wasn't in any videos for about twenty years.....Being an election year, Gumby pulled out some of his old school technology, a handheld Motorola XTS1500 handheld radio to monitor local police, and a Motorola LST-5 tactical satellite communications radio that he used to call air strikes. He even had his old three day assault pack, and extra magazines for a M16 problem solver. Here, Gumby and his retired Navy special warfare friend Rusty sight in one of their problem solvers. Be sure to make yourself a problem solver, buy lots of ammo, and be ready for the election. 'Merica, with guns, fire, and freedom.
Bruce the Shark is learning about the term of "one upping" someone in some way, but still does not quite understand it. His friends Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby are trying to explain it to him. Rusty says you do not "one up" someone, you "7 Up" them. Go big or go home. Being our nation's birthday, we celebrate with fire, fireworks, and guns. However, Rusty says he uses his 37mm launcher to send some flares really high, and Gumby has an old HK launcher and some rocket flares from his time engineering items for the military. Bruce still uses the term "one up" though, as he is not used to overpowering anything, other than donuts. Happy Fourth of July.....with guns, fire, and freedom!
Bruce the Shark, and his friends Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby are preparing for America's birthday, the 4th of July. They bought a bunch of mortars and have their problem, solvers ready. They celebrate with guns, fire, and freedom, and make sure to be good American's, which means being the type of person that was worth fighting and dying for. Our country was born from fighting the world's superpower, with unorganized militia and private weapons, cannons, and warships. At the time of the war for independence, the Continental Army and Navy had less weapons than civilian population, as it should be. While many may deny this, we are still the most heavily armed population on the planet, and the Turtle family, Bruce the Shark, and Gumby and their friends promote freedom, to include gun ownership and setting off of fireworks. This is America, celebrate the 4th of July!
Gumby, and his friends, Bruce the Shark and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle are preparing for war on the Moon. Gumby went to the Moon for the first time in 1955, and found some orange cone type things that were hostile to him. His Dad, a firefighter rescued him that time. Now, as an older engineer Gumby wanted to go back to the Moon, but the "Moon Men" were still hostile. Upon his return to Earth, Gumby decided to get his crawler ready, along with some problem solvers, and Cheez-It crackers, as they seem to like those. Like any enemy, find their weakness, then pay out the rope until they hang themselves. This works for "Men" on the Moon and for other enemies. This is America, and we are American, with guns, fire, and freedom!
Bruce the Shark and his friends, Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby have tried to return to the Moon. Gumby went there in 1955 and was attacked by the "Moon Men" until his Dad, a firefighter borrowed a ladder truck to get him back safely. Gumby has never forgot that incident and now seeks to liberate the Moon from these invaders. However, NASA is dedicated to the peaceful exploration of space, so they won't fund our trip back. So, Gumby and his friends are reading about making sugar rocket engines, and Michio Kaku's book about hyperspace and multiple dimensions. In this dimension or the next, Gumby and his friends will wage war on the Moon. 'Merica....in space!
Bruce the Shark and his friends Rusty "Ripsaw" turtle and Gumby also read magazines instead of watching TV. As you should know, TV rots your brain, so read more books and magazines that stimulate your brain. This includes old magazines like issues of Popular Science and Popular Mechanics, or 2600 Magazine. Here we show off one of each, with an old satellite article back when they were a new technology, and Rusty is learning how to be a hacker or phone phreak like his engineer friend Gumby. If you read technical magazines, just be sure to learn about the deeper theory in books, so you are not just a script kiddie. Gumby thought it was funny that this month's issue of 2600 was titled "Boomer" with a Google looking letter style. 'Merica, with guns, fire, freedom, books, and magazines.
Bruce the Shark and his friends Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby were preparing Gumby to go back to the Moon. He one went there as a child and hid Dad, a fire fighter took a ladder truck up to rescue him from some "Moon men." Rusty says Gumby should take some Cheez-It's this time, along with a hatchet and his problem solver. Gumby feels confident that his pistol and one spare magazine is enough, and he should know, he has been to the Moon after all. Gumby thinks that space is important enough to defend with missiles, guns, and smart people engineering space based laser platforms. He is reading a book about "Defending Space," while Rusty is reading about "Man-Made UFO's, 1944-1994." However, Gumby had his mission scrubbed due to poor weather in the launch area today. Bruce is pretty bummed as he wanted to see his friend return to space.
Bruce the Shark and his friends Gumby, and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle are reading more books, because TV rots your brain. Gumby is reviewing his Motorola NST021 Communications Systems Concepts participant guide, while Rusty reads Gun Digest's book about Survival Guns. As Americans, it is important to understand how guns, fire and freedom are fundamental parts of being an American citizen. So, turn off your TV, and read books about things that stimulate your brain, like the U.S. Constitution, The Bill of Rights, books about guns and fire, and technical manuals so you learn marketable skills.
Bruce the Shark and his friends Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle encourage you to read more books, as TV rots your brain. Gumby is reading a book about Land Mobile Radio systems, since he is really smart and an engineer. Rusty is reading a book by Jeremy Wade, about River Monster's or large fish and sea creatures that live in the ocean and rivers and streams. He had a cool show that some of our friend appeared as guests from time to time. I am reading about fake news, and how the media passes crap off as news. If you must watch TV, watch our friend Mark Dice, as he shows the real world behind the fake news. 'Merica! With guns, fire and freedom.
Someone asked about Gumby's Motorola radios. Gumby got started in radio with an amateur radio license, as his Dad was a firefighter and he became interested in the one he wore for work. Then Gumby got into FRS/GMRS radio, and bought some of the ones like the blue one shown here. He later became an engineer and worked with Motorola Astro Saber III radios, like the tall one next to him. After the Saber he began using XTS/XTL series radios, like the XTS1500 handheld with an LCD display, but this is a Model I (one) that lacks a keypad. Then, he ended up using Motorola Trbo series radios, like the one on the left, with the LCD display and keypad. Gumby also carries APX4000 and XPR7550e radios made by Motorola for work, but has worked with Motorola equipment for many years now. Being pimped out by DHS recently, he now carries a Harris Unity XG-100P handheld radio, that is not shown here. Motorola makes great radios for many industries, and Gumby has amassed a small collection that represents some of what he has worked on over the years.
The is the United States of America, and one thing you should do as an American is to spend your money here first. This includes spending money on American made guns, or better yet, making them yourself. Bruce the Shark, and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle were discussing how the AR-15 and polymer 80% Glock based guns are made in America. While you could still get foreign parts for each, these were built with American parts, magazines and shoot Federal brand ammo.Keep your money here, and support our country as often as possible. 'Merica! With guns, fire, and freedom!
As Gumby was sent out for his DHS assignment, fixing critical infrastructure during the whole Corona virus mess, he forgot his tool belt. Bruce the Shark and Rusty "Ripsaw" turtle notice that Gumby's tool kit is made in America, by Klein Tools. So, buy American made tools when possible. Buy once cry once, and use the correct tool for the job. Most of Gumby's tools and gear is made in the good old USA! However, his Motorola Trbo radio was made in Mexico. Motorola has made their radios in Malaysia, Mexico and Israel, but at least it is an American company. Rusty is laying on a military MRE, as he is retired military and may like to eat those. They are also made in the United States of America. You have a choice in how to spend your money, buy the best and when possible, buy American. (Some foreign made items are better, and Gumby does have some Wiha German made screwdrivers for precision work.)
Bruce the Shark, and his friends Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle went to a virtual reality fair, where they met Mitch Altman, one of the pioneers of virtual reality, and the inventor of the TV-B-Gone remote control. Mitch developed this universal remote so that people could turn off televisions in public spaces as a joke, or to limit the amount of "programming" people receive from television. There is a reason that it is called "programming" and you should read books instead of watching television. So, read more books because TV rots your brain. 'Merica! With guns, fire and freedom.
While the area is under a "stay home" order, Bruce the Shark mentions how his friend Gumby received a letter from the Department of Homeland Security. Since Gumby is an engineer, he has been tasked with maintaining radio systems for the local police, fire, and emergency services. He makes a lot less money in this role than as an engineer, so he is not happy. Although, Gumby's dad was a firefighter. So, if you see Gumby out and about, thank him for his service. 'Merica, with guns, fire, radios, and viruses.
Bruce the Shark shows how his friend Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle took his profit from face masks and gloves, and bought lots of toilet paper. Now he is rich, and Gumby is helping him sell rolls on line. Gumby also read a book called "Survive" which tells you how to prepare for the next incident like this. Learn from this. And read more books, as TV rots your brain. 'Merica.
The whooshing sound in the background is Rusty's conveyor belt system operating, producing toilet paper for humans to use in the bathroom. Bruce wonders why you need this stuff, but he is a young Great White Shark, and being a fish, does not need toilet paper.
Bruce the Shark, and his friends Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby, have some books that they recommend while you are in your quarantine from the Covid-19 virus.
While the marine stuffies think this is bunk, you should read books to fill the time, as TV rots your brain. Rusty is reading the US Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field Manual, Gumby is reading Non-state Actors in International Politics, and Bruce is reading the 9/11 Commission Report on the terrorist attacks of 2001. Many of the recommendations in the report show how Congress is incompetent parasites that feed off the tax paying hosts, Americans. Reading books is a lot better than watching television "programming" and you learn more and develop your brain by reading books instead. 'Merica, with guns, fire, and freedom.
Bruce the shark, and his friends Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby discuss space warfare, as they read books about the holy war in America and Space Warfare. They were amazed to find out that the Commie Soviet Union issued pistols to their cosmonauts, and later a three barrelled version. Alexi Leonov landed in the Siberian wilderness and did not think his pistol was enough for the wildlife, specifically bears and wolves. This resulted in the TP-82 Cosmonaut Survival Pistol. Before that the Soviet Union placed a R-23M Kartech 23mm cannon, designed from the one carried on the Tupolev Tu-22 supersonic bomber, onto a space station. They had to turn the whole station to aim the gun.
Then, China destroyed one of their FY-1C weather satellites, spewing debris along its polar orbital plane.
Rusty prefers his knives and conventional problem solvers, while Gumby likes his older black powder revolvers. But, they all think that the future is now, and space warfare is the future. So, with the new Space Force, they want to see more X-37B's, laser cannons, kinetic bombardment, and fire and guns.....in space! 'Merica!
Bruce the Shark, and his friends Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle found an old set of books called "Who Would Win?" These books have different animals pitched against one another and this set has marine wildlife. Bruce describes how Bull sharks killed a bunch of Kardassians on the Jersey Shore, and the Great White Shark family was accused of killing several people. Then there is the Orca versus the Great White Shark, which is no contest, the Orca would win. Then there is a free for all book with lots of odd sea creatures. This is a great set of books for kids. But Bruce wants to tell you humans to not harm marine wildlife, you are entering their world, not the other way around. Bruce is also an American, and like his friends, likes guns, fire, and freedom.
Bruce the Shark introduces his friends Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby, and then tells about how Rusty is selling rubber gloves and face masks for a low price and for a short time. He also shows the book "Poisons of the Past. Molds, Epidemics, and History." With the recent issue of the Coronavirus, and before that it was Measles, there is always some stupid scare over something that will kill all of humanity, yet it does not. The normal flu has killed more people but gets less press than the Coronavirus. Stupidity is an epidemic. So, read more books, because TV rots your brain.
Bruce the Shark and his friends Gumby, and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle think you should pay attention to the game of life, instead of the big game, as organized sports were developed as a distraction from politics and what really matters in life. Instead of watching sports on TV, since it rots your brain, play sports, and get out there into the world. Gumby, Rusty, and Bruce just came back from testing out some of their problem solvers, something that is important for members of Team America!
Bruce the Shark and his friends Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle read some books about military technology and the proliferation of nuclear weapons to the Middle East, Asia, and other countries that we do not get along with. It is important to vote for the correct people, in all elections, as we saw our own nuclear weapons technology sold off to China in the 1990's. See Bill Gertz and the book Betrayal, and the Year of the Rat for example. Come on America, we like guns, fire, and explosives, but selling them to our enemies that intend to use them against us is just stupid. So vote for representatives that put America first, second, and third.
Bruce the Shark and his friend, Gumby and Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle are looking into the space program. During the "space race" it was the United States and the former Soviet Union all along. Even though the commie bastards pushed us toward the Moon, we won, but they are still good at the long game. While our politicians sold off space technology to China in the 1990's, the Russian Federation continued with their robust space program. Gumby, as an engineer and former Moon-walker himself, admires the engineering contributions of our messed up minded communist brethren in the space race, but hopes that some day, we can take control of space. Recently, a friend of ours that works for U.S. Air Force Space Command, was re-aligned into the new "space force" and now wears the same dark blue jump suit, but in a new branch of the military. Now, if we can only swipe a Haunebu III from him for a few minutes to have some fun. 'Merica, with guns, fire, ballistic missiles and space hardware.
Bruce the Shark, and his friends, Rusty "Ripsaw" Turtle and Gumby, wish you a Happy New Year. They also want to say that they do no just like: guns, fire, and America, they also like music. Gumby challenged his friends to learn new instruments for the 4th of July, so they can all play the Star Spangled Banner. Gumby will play his three string Macanudo three string guitar, he likes it because it has daggers on it, much like his fillet knife. Rusty will play a trumpet, as he can hold his breath a long time, and can hit some high notes on percussion instruments. Bruce will have to find something to play, but may just shoot off fireworks and guns for background effect. Happy New Year, and have a great 2020. 'Merica, with guns, fire, and music.
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Channel for a stuffed animal sea turtle named Brownie. He likes: guns, fire, explosions, and America.
Misc. videos of him and his friends.