Not really, of course, but damn do I love this sweater.
For those of you who can't quite pick up on the reference, it's Die Hard, the greatest Christmas film of all time.
In the movie, our hero, John McClane, has just managed to kill his first terrorist and acquired a machine gun. He sends the lifeless corpse down to Hans Gruber, the terrorist boss man, in an elevator with this note written in red Sharpie on his sweatshirt.
There's nothing better than a barefoot underdog taunting his well armed enemy.
For the record, while I'm not interested in owning a machine gun, I'm not at all opposed to the second Amendment. I believe in the right of Americans to own firearms. I simply want every gun owner to undergo a thorough background check, restrictions placed on criminals, perpetrators of domestic abuse, individuals on the no-fly list, and the like, and a complete ban on assault weapons.
You know... reasonable, rationale gun ownership. The kind of gun ownership our founding fathers envisioned with they wrote the Constitution.
Except for John McClane, of course. He can have as many machine guns as he wants.