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(CBS Pittsburgh)   Man stabbed with a sword pulled from a walking cane. No word if the Pennsylvania tag was still attached to the cane   (pittsburgh.cbslocal.com) divider line 54
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2013-01-04 10:34:37 PM  

UncleStumpy: apparently it's hard to type, you inbred cocksucker?


This somewhat confused me.
Are you -
Accusing him of being an inbred cocksucker?
Telling him it's hard to type you inbred cocksucker.
Perhaps he cannot type because he is an inbred cocksucker?

Please clarify.
 
2013-01-04 10:54:52 PM  
You don't need a blade concealed if you have a cocobolo or kingwood cane. Sure, it won't take someone's head off but after a couple of smacks they're skulls are going to be pretty mushy.
 
2013-01-05 12:46:56 AM  

Moriel: StrangeQ: And if charges end up being filed, my question will be how would this be any different from someone with a concealed carry permit shooting their attacker?

As far as I know there is no such thing as a Concealed Sword Permit, so regardless of whether he was attacked or his life was in danger, that older man is probably going to get charged with illegally carrying a concealed weapon.

So what is the difference between this guy and a guy with a concealed handgun permit? This guy broke the law, and was doing so even before the fight started. Book him. Done.


That would be dependent upon Pennsylvania law and local statute. In Florida a concealed weapons permit covers nearly anything which isn't explosive, biological, or nuclear with few exceptions. However, the Florida State Legislature has not preempted the field of law on weapons other than firearms, to local city ordinances can criminalize you for passing into their domain with as little as a 3" pocketknife.
 
2013-01-05 12:48:30 AM  

cynicalbastard: You don't need a blade concealed if you have a cocobolo or kingwood cane. Sure, it won't take someone's head off but after a couple of smacks they're skulls are going to be pretty mushy.


Read that as chocobo or kingwood cane.

/kweeeh!!
 
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