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In a battle royale between the right to bear arms and the right to bare all, two topless women attended a pro-open carry rally in Austin, Texas. Now the group running the event is complaining the buxom bosoms are ruining its message
The Texas chapter of Come and Take It America (CATI) hosts a monthly walk through the state capital’s downtown area, designed to “continue to keep the right to bear arms fresh in the minds of police,” the national website said. “It will show the public that we are law-abiding friendly citizens and are nothing to fear.” Texas CATI hosted its monthly walk on Tuesday, asking attendees to use a sling “to promote a nonaggressive manner of carry,” according to their Facebook page.
Enter the busty counter-protesters with their ‘big guns’ blazing, holstered in harnesses of their own. The topless trolling twosome carried signs that read, “You realize that everyone thinks you’re overcompensating for your teeny tiny ‘gun’ right?” and “Boobs for peace.”
Boobs vs Bullets
This sleek electric bike features smart lights and a built-in lock
A team of designers in Seattle are building a bike that could be your new best option for navigating busy city streets. Called the Denny, the bike concept includes a number of clever features that make it a bit more useful than your average two-wheeler. Not only does it have a removable electric motor to give you a bit of a boost, as well as automatic gear shifting, but its detachable handlebar doubles as a lock, so you never have to worry about bringing one along.