25 definitions by Amerikaner

The modernized, updated version of the AR15 platform, currently in use by the United States Army and Marine Corps. While in less numbers than the M16A2, and generally only used by frontline units, it is arguably better than its predecessor. The M16A4 features a picatinny rail, a railed fore grip, detachable sights, and a 1:7' rifling, rather than the 1:12' and 1:9' rifling previous models had, which equates to better power and accuracy. The M16A4 is, essentially, an M16A3, but with a safe/semi/3-round burst selector switch, rather than a safe/semi/fully-automatic switch.

Standard magazine capacity is 30-rounds of M855 or Mk. 262 5.56x45mm ball ammunition. It is gas-operated, with a rotating bolt. It is air-cooled, with an external, detachable magazine, peep hole sights, a forward assist, and a charging handle mounted on top of the receiver, behind the picatinny/carrying rail.

Reliability in the M16A4 is solid; one is capable of firing upwards of 1,000 standard, ball rounds through a decently maintained rifle, with STANAG magazines, without a single jam or malfunction. While disputably not as good as the AK platform, it is a far cry from the M16(A0), and is a step up from the M16A2.
The M16A4, along with its predecessors, spare the M16(A0) are unworthy of the negative press they receive. They are great rifles, but the first version, which was heavily modified by Lyndon Johnson's DoD, has stained the M16/AR15's reputation, due to the reliability issues faced previously.
by Amerikaner September 10, 2006
A modern, modular assault rifle, in use by active duty, frontline units in the US Army and Marine Corps. It is the forerunner to the M16A2, which was in use from the early 1980's, to even now. While in less use than the M16A2, it is more effective.

Arguably a better rifle than its predecessors, the M16A4 is a rifle based on the AR15 platform. It features removable sights, a picatinny rail, fore grip rails, detachable carrying rail, and is slightly higher quality than the M16A2, all around. It utilizes a direct gas-diversion system, along with a rotating bolt. The magazines are generally 30-round ones, loaded with Mk. 262 or M855 5.56x45mm ball ammunition. It has a safe/semi-automatic/three-round burst selector switch.

Reliability in the M16A4 is solid; one is capable of firing upwards of 1,000 standard, ball rounds through a decently maintained rifle, with STANAG magazines, without a single jam or malfunction. While disputably not as good as the AK platform, it is a far cry from the M16(A0), and is a step up from the M16A2.
The M16A4 isn't worthy of its tarnished reputation, in reality. The M16 was an AR15, heavily modified from Eugene Stoner's designs, by Lyndon Johnson's DoD.
by Amerikaner September 10, 2006
A cartoon on Newgrounds - one which parodies The Ultimate Showdown (of Ultimate Destiny). It is vile, yet has an odd, humorous appeal. I advise you don't watch it, though if you do, you'll bust your ass laughing. Consider yourself warned.

Full title: The Ultimate Orgy of Homosexuality.
Old Godzilla was fucking around
Tokyo City like a big playground,
when suddenly Batman jizzed from the shade,
and hit Godzilla with a bat-cum spray...

... This is the Ultimate Orgy,
of Homosexuality...

... Cue porno music, a funky, jive chorus.
Down from the heavens, came naked Chuck Norris.
Who discovered a dick as hard as bones,
attached to the crotch of Indiana Jones,
who bent over on the ground, smiling with glee,
as Batman changed into Ron Jeremy...

... The champion stood,
the women got wetter,
Mr. Rogers, in a cum-stained sweater...
by Amerikaner October 14, 2006
A Korn song, released in 2005, on their newest album, See You on the Other Side. According to me, it's one of their best songs on the album.
It's Twisted Transistor, you tard, not "twist3d transictor."

Twisted Transistor owns noobs.

Hey you, hey you,
devil's little sister,
listening to your twisted transistor.
Hold it between your legs,
turn it up, turn it up.
Low-end is coming through,
can't get enough.

A lonely life,
where no one understands you,
but don't give up,
because the music do.
Music do, music do.
Because the music do,
and it is reaching inside you,
forever preaching.
Fuck you too,
your scream's a whisper.
Hang on you;
twisted transistor.

Hey you, hey you,
finally you get it.
The world ain't fair;
eat you, if you let it.
And as your tears fall on
your breasts, your dress,
vibrations coming through,
you're in a mess.

A lonely life,
where no one understands you,
but don't give up,
because the music do.
Music do, music do.
Because the music do,
and it is reaching inside you,
forever preaching.
Fuck you too,
your scream's a whisper.
Hang on you;
twisted transistor.

Hey you, hey you,
this won't hurt a bit.
(This won't hurt a bit,
this won't hurt.)
Says who, says who?
Anasthetize this bitch!
(A-NES-TA-THIZE THIS BITCH!
A-NES-TA-THIZE!)
Just let me between you,
let me - don't fit.
(DON'T FIT!)

Music do,
and it is reaching inside you,
forever preaching.
Fuck you too,
your scream's a whisper.
Hang on you;
twisted transistor.
by Amerikaner August 27, 2006
An insane mother fucker, who later influenced the name of the band Marilyn Manson. He is a nazi, white supremacist, hippy (ironic, eh), sex fiend, bisexual, cultist, and serial murderer, all in one. Never thought a man could be that much? Well, he's that much, and more. He's short, aggressive, and spontaneous, too, among other things.

He and/or his cronies - otherwise known as his brain-washed, equally crazed, hippy followers - killed, according to their claims, 35 people, mainly in Los Angeles, California.
You see that unkempt, bearded, bald-headed, foaming-at-the-mouth fucker leaning over the table, shouting in your face, with his hands cuffed behind his back? That's Charles Manson. He's serving life in prison.
by Amerikaner August 26, 2006
A beautiful, powerful rifle, based on the classic M1 .30-06 "Garand." In its standard form, it has wooden furnishings, peep hole sights, a 22" barrel, a .308 Winchester (7.62x51mm) bore, and 20-round magazines.

It uses a gas-diversion system, with a rotating bolt, which has two locking lugs. While it featured a fully-automatic function, this was generally not used, due to the muzzle deviation produced by the recoil, which lent to user inaccuracies. In its semi-automatic fire mode, however, it is a very accurate weapon, even without an accurized barrel.

Modern variants include the M21, M25, and M14 DMR (Designated Marksmans' Rifle), all of which are still in use by the United States' Army and Marine Corps. All of the above are strictly semi-automatic, outfitted with scopes, accurized barrels, match-grade sights, improved triggers, and generally include synthetic furnishings. Some even have picatinny and fore grip rails. There are also civilian versions, called the M1A, by the privately-owned Springfield Armory, which has no connections to the government-run firearms maker, which was shutdown in 1968, by the DoD.
The M14 is such a great rifle, I dare say.

This is my rifle; this is my gun. This is for fighting; this is for fun.
by Amerikaner September 10, 2006
Eugenics are the practice of isolating negative genes, and preserving positive ones, whether through natural or social selection. Several attempts have been made, throughout history, to do such, with human intervention - all were short-lived, but none succeeded. Such methods toward eugenics are: genocide, bioengineering or genetic manipulation, and selective breeding.

Through natural selection, random or adaptive mutations occur. If positive, in theory, the traits should prosper. If negative, or not beneficial, however, they should fade away, if the family possessing these genes doesn't die away before then.

With human intervention, this is accelerated - the isolation of carriers of certain DNA can be achieved without blood shed, simply if no other group interbreeds, or if such a group discontinues populating. However, more macabre means can be undertaken to reach this, such as genocide. Still, yet, there are further, and possibly more promising methods, such as genetic manipulation, for carriers of such a trait could be "cured," rather than phased out, or exterminated, altogether.

Examples in history, involving humans, include: murder, en mass, of American Indians; the Holocaust (1933 - 1945); the Balkans ethnic cleansing (Bosnia, Kosovo, primarilly); Rwanda; Sudan; etc.
Ahh, eugenics - something that hasn't happened for quite a while. However, I feel it should. This could, quite possibly, benefit the human race, for without dumbshits, we should prosper much longer. Unfortunately, though, it seems the degenerates breed more, and faster, than do the good ones among humanity. 'Tis a shame, truly. Have no misconceptions, however, as I don't wish for races to be exterminated, but rather, unfavorable genes removed.
by Amerikaner October 15, 2006