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(Some Guy)   Pro-tip: If you're filming a fake armed robbery for a student film, you should really tell the local police first so they don't show up and almost shoot your dumb ass   ( divider line
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2013-08-03 12:20:31 PM  
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Greylight: The first thing most aspiring film makers are taught is to alert the police before any filming involving weapons in public.  Yes, you do need to get permits.  I'm a fan of gorilla film making, but not with weapons in public, aside from illegal, it puts many people at risk.

Gorilla filmmaking.
2013-08-03 12:19:37 PM  
1 vote:

Alocksly: "the creepy guy I saw in the bushes"

Jenna or Barbara?
2013-08-03 12:00:37 PM  
1 vote:

When I see two weirdos dressed in hoodies trying to rob a coffee shop with AR-15s in full view of a witnesses with a cell phone, I almost shoot the bastards.  That's my policy.
2013-08-03 09:10:34 AM  
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strangeluck: I gotta say, this is one case where the cops really did their jobs well. They could have just mowed down these idiots, but they showed restraint and made sure what was going on instead of just opening fire.

Kind of sad, though, that we do feel inclined to compliment the cops on this.  I guess we've seen too many stories where cops shot some dude 90 times because they mistook a sandwich for an AK-47.
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