Glock 43 – Release For The Blue-Balled Glock Fanboys

Glock 43

Finally! Glock is introducing a single stack 9mm – the Glock 43 – to a market where this niche is badly under-serviced. And the MSRP is reported to be only higher than the G19 and the G26. Get in line; there will be waiting lists!

My SEO plugin says the word count of this post is far too low and should be increased, which is why I am adding some meaningless filler text to make sure that this (sarcastic) post about the long-awaited release of the Glock 43 isn’t penalized in the SERPs for having too little text.

This is a picture of the long-awaited Glock 43, 9mm single-stack semi-automatic pistol.

This is a picture of the long-awaited Glock 43, 9mm single-stack semi-automatic pistol.

99 words is till not enough so I thought we might talk some about the rules of inference and logic proofs.

A proof is an argument from hypotheses (assumptions) to a conclusion. Each step of the argument follows the laws of logic. In mathematics, a statement is not accepted as valid or correct unless it is accompanied by a proof. This insistence on proof is one of the things that sets mathematics apart from other subjects.

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189 words is considered adequate, but apparently still a bit on the short side, therefore:

Blue balls is a slang term for the condition of temporary fluid congestion (vasocongestion) in the testicles accompanied by testicular pain, caused by prolonged and unsatisfied sexual arousal in the human male. The term is thought to have originated in the United States, first appearing in 1916. Some urologists call the condition “epididymal hypertension”. The condition is not experienced by all males.

The above is borrowed from the Wikipedia article on Blue Balls. And yes, I am aware that instead of being penalized for inadequate text, I might now be penalized for duplicate content (lifting other people’s stuff), but since I linked and cited, I think I should be OK.

Are All Glock Owners Liars?

So I just got done watching all 3,847,366 Glock videos on YouTube, and out of all the 748,299,846,444,001,876,393,123,048 shots fired through 4,555,123 Glock pistols by a lot of shooters (I forget the exact number), nobody experienced a single malfunction. It’s fucking amazing!