He means disrespectful to the people that died, not the soldiers. As in people get blown up and the next day you're talking about how interesting the guns carried at the scene were.Not in the least disrespectful. If anything it pays honor to the men and women serving in our military and law enforcement services who are the ones who stand up and actually fight and put down the human excrement and vermin that perpetrate such vile and heinous acts as on Tuesday night in Manchester. Time to stop the touch-feely, PC sensitivity and fight these cowards.
I actually live in Manchester, and don't find this disrespectful - although related to the bombing, it's not directly referencing it I suppose.Not sure if it is too soon to start looking at their gear on a hobby forum - possibly disrespectful? What do others think?
First off, I have no problem with this thread. As someone mentioned already, similar threads have been posted in the past. Even if I were to be offended it would be minimally.Not sure if it is too soon to start looking at their gear on a hobby forum - possibly disrespectful? What do others think?
--I still recall a recent event that mirrored the core of this thread: The Russian invasion of Crimea
A sovereign land was illegally annexed by the Russians, civilians and soldiers alike died in the fighting, but it didn't take long before we're all talking about Russian commandos/paras/ Spetsnaz and their gear loadouts in relation to the 1:6 hobby.