#1
i dunno if anybody will add to this, but here's one i dont get. how come... in movies, say there's two people pointing at guns at each other ready to shoot, but they're afraid they'll both die? isn't that impossible? i mean, who would have the reaction time to pull their own trigger faster than a bullet can hit them? and also, i thought that the bullet travels faster than the speed of sound sound so they'd be dead before they could hear the BANG. thoughts?
#2
well its simple. Theyd be so occupied with thoughts of why someone would start such a thread, and not hear at all.
I dont know...

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#3
Interesting idea. but there is already a thread for random-ness. Use the search bar.

and I wish I could provide a tad more insight to your question, acutely, I've thought of this very thing myself
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#4
i don't understand why in some action movies a "bad guy" takes a hostage with a knife at their throat, the "good guy" with a gun doesn't just pop one in the other guys head. at the range they're usually at, a head-sized target wouldn't be hard to hit, even with a pistol.
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#5
Well, right after getting shot, your not going to instantly die. You'll still have enough sense to shoot the other guy after being shot, unless its a shotgun or something.
#6
Well if you had to watch the guys finger, you could maybe see he's gonna pull the trigger and then do likewise resulting in a blood spewing from both of them at the same time
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i don't understand why in some action movies a "bad guy" takes a hostage with a knife at their throat, the "good guy" with a gun doesn't just pop one in the other guys head. at the range they're usually at, a head-sized target wouldn't be hard to hit, even with a pistol.


Exactly, that's always made me mad for some odd reason.