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    Quote Originally Posted by DParker View Post
    Just let me know what kind of cake you like so I can buy enough box mix to completely cover the file.
    No need. I'll be a law abiding citizen observant to the laws of the state I happen to be in when the $hit hits the fan.

    I'll leave my weapon at home in VA and take my chances that no crazy mf'ers mess with me, mine or John Q. Public who unknowingly are acting as human shields around me. If they do mess with me I'll wave the rainbow flag I carry in my wallet and ask nicely to be spared from the mayhem and murder. If that doesn't work, I guess I'll just die and hopefully never see them again.
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    Unfortunately, Chinese throwing stars are not an option, either.

    But you probably already knew that...LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Peck View Post
    No need. I'll be a law abiding citizen observant to the laws of the state I happen to be in when the $hit hits the fan.

    I'll leave my weapon at home in VA and take my chances that no crazy mf'ers mess with me, mine or John Q. Public who unknowingly are acting as human shields around me. If they do mess with me I'll wave the rainbow flag I carry in my wallet and ask nicely to be spared from the mayhem and murder. If that doesn't work, I guess I'll just die and hopefully never see them again.
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    Check out the top entry especially.

    If your results come up like mine, a lot of people need a lot of things explained to them...LOL

    Beam me up, Scotty!

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    I really lucked out marrying into law enforcement, I used to be in the same situation as Bob when I drove to and from Mass. Now, we both wear a holster for one of my 40's and switch back and forth when we are in and out of states I am not legal to carry in. Since she has HR218 covering her in EVERY state, she wears the gun in the states I can't and I wear it in the states I can.
    Especially when on the motorcycle because we really have no cage protection from fools and you just never know. I haven't had any reason to draw my weapon BUT if the situation should ever present itself, I sure feel better being legally armed than not.
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    Came here to post this juicy tidbit about genius NY prosecutor and ISIS, but see that the recent Pew poll is relevant here as well.

    But more to the point:

    Manhattan prosecutor: Gun law reciprocity bill ‘supported, I am sure, by ISIS’

    The district attorney warned lawmakers that they were "playing into the hand" of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and other terrorists, pointing to ISIS publications describing the ease of buying guns in some American states.

    "This bill is supported, I'm sure, by ISIS," Vance said. "ISIS points its readers to America and how they can easily obtain guns by going to states where there are no permitting requirements."

    "So ISIS is paying close attention to this bill as well."

    ...

    Vance questioned the logic behind the bill.

    "Does anyone really think the gun laws in West Virginia should be the same laws that apply in Washington Heights, Manhattan? Can you imagine how incensed Idaho would be if they had to abide by New York gun laws?" Vance asked.

    "It's a dangerous and ill-conceived bill."


    "Does anyone really think the gun laws in West Virginia should be the same laws that apply in Washington Heights, Manhattan? ---Umm, yeah......Maybe didn't think this question all the way through. Does anyone think the speech laws in Brooklyn should be the same as in Birmingham, Alabama? Although the way free speech is going, maybe that's not the right question either, LOL

    Also, fun fact: My guess is that as a DA, Vance can get a CC permit. Good luck to the poor slob in Washington Heights. Does anyone really think the gun laws that apply to Manhattan politicians should be the same that apply to law-abiding citizens?

    http://thehill.com/homenews/news/339...m-sure-by-isis

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    More genius from Vance:

    "I think Congress members have to think long and hard about whether they want to play into the hands of these terrorists," he said. "You could get up in the morning in Manhattan, drive to Vermont, buy loaded weapons and bring them back to New York by dinner." http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/...6440?cid=bitly

    Or, he could take the train to Midtown or Brownsville and be back by lunchtime, if he survives.


    Midtown "Most dangerous" neighborhood of NYC (LOL)

    https://crimewatchdaily.com/2015/10/...rhoods-in-nyc/


    Brownsville, Murder Capital of NYC
    https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/cri...yn/brownsville


    NYC Crime Map

    https://maps.nyc.gov/crime/




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    Here's a story of embarrassment for one of our State Senators. This man is a firm supporter of gun rights and NRA member etc. He kept his legally owned and legally carried pistol in his bag but simply forgot to take it out as he travelled......Now he's a felon. Story here:
    http://www.delawareonline.com/story/...rry/423488001/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swamp Fox View Post
    Came here to post this juicy tidbit about genius NY prosecutor and ISIS, but see that the recent Pew poll is relevant here as well.

    But more to the point:

    Manhattan prosecutor: Gun law reciprocity bill ‘supported, I am sure, by ISIS’





    "Does anyone really think the gun laws in West Virginia should be the same laws that apply in Washington Heights, Manhattan? ---Umm, yeah......Maybe didn't think this question all the way through. Does anyone think the speech laws in Brooklyn should be the same as in Birmingham, Alabama? Although the way free speech is going, maybe that's not the right question either, LOL

    Also, fun fact: My guess is that as a DA, Vance can get a CC permit. Good luck to the poor slob in Washington Heights. Does anyone really think the gun laws that apply to Manhattan politicians should be the same that apply to law-abiding citizens?

    http://thehill.com/homenews/news/339...m-sure-by-isis
    Kind of reminds me of the Obama logic that Gitmo is a recruiting tool for terrorists.
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