Maybe we aren't giving ourselves enough credit for just how far gun safety has come. Apparently, firing air rifles inside your house without eye or ear protection was once a completely reasonable way to spend a Saturday afternoon. You have to admit, everyone in the picture is having a good time. Especially the young sportsman who can't quite get his arm pointing in the correct direction or aim his hugely disproportionate head anywhere near what could be considered eye contact with his fellow human beings. Never mind whatever in hell's blazing ebony staircase is going on with his mouth:
Someday, if he's lucky, this young sportsman will outgrow air rifles altogether and just start shooting real guns inside his house. Why not? Who's going to stop him if he's got a 40-foot-long basement, some plywood, galvanized metal, and a door that can be "locked from the inside for safety"? Of course, if you're shooting live bullets inside your own home, you probably don't need to be too worried about anyone invading your private time.
That badminton table doesn't get a whole lot of play.
S.P. Taylor is nobody in particular right now, but if that ever changes, you'll be the first to be disappointed when you finally meet him.