Gun control advocates would be appalled by machine operator Kyle D Berry’s everydaycarry.com pocket dump. Because guns, obviously. While we wait for the antis to get a grip [zone], I’m wondering if you have a spirit animal. I think Mr. Berry does. Why else would he wear Oakley Batwolf sunglasses? Before you answer that question, here’s a proper shot of an Oakley Batwolfian . . .
Note: that’s not a video of KDB. Why is it here? As Rod Serling might say . . .
Submitted for your consideration: a YouTube video. A simple video posted on the Internet showing nothing more than a man wearing a pair of sunglasses A man who turns his head right then left, then removes the sunglasses from his head, revealing a set of eyes. But not just any eyes. The eyes of a man who’s seen too much . . .
A man who’s seen what can happen when a good guy with a gun wears glasses that hide his eyes from the world. A man who watched that armed sunglass wearer get into a confrontation that escalated needlessly — because someone frightened and angry couldn’t see his eyes.
A man who was shocked and appalled by what happened next. Yet found himself compelled to wear a dead man’s sunglasses. Glasses that couldn’t obscure an odd indeed inexplicable phenomena . . . the spirit of an animal entering a human through a pair of sunglasses. An animal that lives . . . in the Everyday Carry Pocket Dump Zone.
OK, now tell me why an armed American would wear these things.