Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Have you taken in the visual wonder of quilts sewn by AK-47s modified with special sewing equipment? HMMMMMMMMMMMM?I rest my case.
Pocket Ninja: Are you farking kidding me? Subby, there's very little difference between an arts and crafts festival and an armory. I tell you what. Go to one, if you dare, and look around. You're going to be surrounded by knives, needles (knitting needles, by the way, which I could use as skewers to cook you), scissors, hammers. In some cases, saws and various other implements of cutting, hewing, and scorching. There will be fire. There will be glass. There will be bottles and planks of wood and perhaps even a shillelagh or two. These events are veritable powder kegs waiting to go off, always teetering on the knife's edge between civil, harmless entertainments and a bloodbath. Maybe you're willing to stroll through this potential warzone cloaked only in the clothes on your back and a blissful naivete, but I'm not. I'm not.
FuturePastNow: Because these people think you need a gun everywhere. They're not sane.
Airfoilsguy: Why stop at the 2nd amendment, why not toss them all out at the festival
BadReligion: As a gun owner & Concealed Handgun Permit holder, I gotta disagree with the protesters. There are certain places that concealed weapons are not allowed, and permit holders have to respect that. Just as I have the right to carry, business owners & festival organizers can choose not to allow firearms in their business.
ONE MORE STEP AND THE FAKE CHEESE GETS IT
CruiserTwelve: Why should anyone fear a guy that wears military fatigues and openly carries a gun to a city council meeting? Sounds like a perfectly sane person to me.
feckingmorons: Me too. There is a place near me where people wear military fatigues all the time. They carry guns all the time too. What is wrong with those people on the base?
jaytkay: I was at an arts fair last weekend. I would estimate 43% of the attendees were homosexual. But it's not like I'm counting. CCW, a Murnak FIST holster and Glock 19 means you never have to worry about it.So this artsy guy with a straw hat and sandals, you know the type, is slowly walking along the booths, pretending to eye the merchandise. Of course, I know what he's really eying. So I position my self among several tents, to maximize my public visibility, and when "he" comes along I engage him, "What exactly are you doing here?""I was hoping to find some pictures for my daughter's new apartment", he says. "Well, just keep hoping" I say, letting the bulge under my vest show prominently.He got the picture. I checked with law enforcement later and they had no complaints of homosexual harassment at the fair that day.
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