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2014-05-05 08:14:17 PM  
I just want to know...

...how long did it take to get all of them their munchies boxes?
 
2014-05-05 08:14:42 PM  

100 Watt Walrus: Why would any sane person just assume their weapons are welcome in any place of business? I have no problem with open-carry, but walking into a fast food joint fully armed is just being a dick.


I was in a Mcdonald's robbed at gun point by some junkie dumb ass who failed to notice the 2 customers in the lobby were both open carrying tactical pistols.

I can't speak for the managers, but as the guy behind the counter, I was VERY happy to have them there.  They drew, I ducked, the junkie went o jail.  No shots fired.

Granted, that was a once in a lifetime kind of thing, but it does happen.

On the other hand, the two customers I speak of were regulars, and weren't waving around ARs like some kind of militia want-to-be.  That makes a pretty big difference.
 
2014-05-05 08:15:53 PM  

Bonzo_1116: grimlock1972: My first thought is they came to avenge those killed by food poisoning at Jack in the box in he 1990s.

Seriously if all your wanting to do is demonstrate your right to openly carry do it with less scary guns  gentlemen, Rifles ( especially assault style) and shot guns tend to scare the fark our of people,   Pistols so long as the are holstered not as much.

I know its your right to do so but some common sense can keep the cops from hassling you.


I always thought this attitude was a bit backwards.  Handguns are far and away more commonly used to kill people in non-warfare settings.  I see a long gun and I think "Oooo, he's going out into the desert to plink the hell out of an old toilet!" or "Dove hunting!".

 But if I see somebody with a pistol, it makes me wonder *who* not *what* he's looking to point the thing at.


I only think that if i see some one loading them into a truck or SUV not when some yahoo carries them into a fast food place, when i see that , the first thing that would come to my mind is along the lines of " Fark shiats gonna get real!" or "shiat , why did they have to pick this place to rob?"  I sure as hell would dial 911.
 
2014-05-05 08:16:05 PM  

JuggleGeek: He's going to keep lying about how he can carry his dick gun with him and nobody can say anything.

Wiki has a "Gun Laws In Texas" page.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_laws_in_Texas#30.06_signage

TPC section 30.06 covers "Trespass by a person licensed to carry a concealed handgun". It allows a residential or commercial landowner to post signage that preemptively bars licensed persons from entering the premises while carrying concealed. It is a Class A misdemeanor to fail to heed compliant signage.


30.06 only applies to locations with the appropriately posted 30.06 sign, which is not the common Gun Busters sign.  I don't know of a single Jack in the Box that is posted.  And it only applies to concealed handguns.
 
2014-05-05 08:16:34 PM  
The Flexecutioner:

nope, they are saying they are NOT in favor of that law.  you can be called Open Carry demonstrators without the assumption of endorsement.  i can see how some people would misconstrue this but Rape Advocacy groups arent advocating pro rape.

So, they want to LOSE their right to open carry?  That's f*cking retarded.

If what they want is to add handguns to the open carry law, then OK, but then I would actually have to read the article to find out.

Read the article? pshaw.
 
2014-05-05 08:26:30 PM  

Rapmaster2000: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Oh, just look at all the pants-pissing CCs(Cowardly Carrys) in this thread quaking in the shadow of Real Men.

[www.opencarrytexas.org image 850x566]

j/k

USA Bodysuit Man needs to take it down a notch.


Yeah, talk about defiling the flag.

/Poor Old Glory...
//Probably not technically against the Flag Code
///But the spirit of it has a sad...
 
2014-05-05 08:30:04 PM  

Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.


Explain to me how it's irrational to be afraid of a tool designed specifically to launch a small lead weight fast enough to go through a human body. Especially when that tool is in the hands of a complete stranger whose disposition you have no way of knowing.

That seems like an entirely rational fear.
 
2014-05-05 08:30:05 PM  
Alternate headline: Douchebags. Douchebags everywhere!
 
2014-05-05 08:31:10 PM  

basemetal: The men were Open Carry Firearm demonstrators who were protesting their rights to carry firearms in public.

Protesting their rights........or demonstrating their rights.......?

/anyway, I hope the cops are called on you every time you carry your AR into a business/public place.
//you want a reaction, I hope you like police reaction
///I'm all for concealed carry, but carrying around your AR in public like that is just stupid.


Reminds me of a right-wing friend who is an open carry nut on Facebook who posted a picture of a random guy walking through an indoor mall with an AR15 or whatever slung across his back.  Evidently the guy was asked to leave and she was angry that his rights were violated.  I told her that if you want to open carry, that's fine, but when you enter a mall with a gun that big slung across your back, you are not just exercising your rights, you are inviting confrontation, and actively seeking it.  Eventually, even she had to admit that he was just trying to cause trouble and was probably hurting the cause more than helping it.

/CSB
 
2014-05-05 08:37:49 PM  
skinink

I want to see some minority gun owners walk down the streets

What makes you think these assholes are democrats?


//besides the "being assholes" part.
 
2014-05-05 08:38:50 PM  
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Sure it wasn't Los Pollos Hermanos?


img3.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2014-05-05 08:45:21 PM  
At least they didn't fly in. Then they'd be a dozen tired armed men.
 
2014-05-05 08:48:46 PM  
Look at me!
 
2014-05-05 08:55:44 PM  
JEREMY 12 minutes ago
Funny watching all these HOPLOPHOBes scream and cry about a few guys carrying "big and scary guns." I swear these anti civil rights tools cant decide what they are more obsessed w. The gun owner or the equipment in his pants. Usually when the devolve into that, it means they are out of arguments for their side. I'm sure one of Bloomberg's paid lackeys will come here and try to claim facts but scream about something that has nothing to do with gun safety. Just parroting recycled talking points and lies. What's ironic is they have armed guards. Their "I'm better than you" attitude is no different from that of a klansman. Their false sense of superiority from these elitist twits crack me up. I'm sure whoever comes and responds to this post will not even respond to any of this. Just repeat small penis or you're paranoid and blah blah blah. I'm not the one who thinks anyone who carries a gun is going to shoot me. Also the fact that you morons incorporate penis size into a talk about guns says more about you than it does about us.

Jesus this guy's got penis on the brain
 
2014-05-05 08:57:08 PM  
Good thing they weren't making gun shapes with their fingers.
 
2014-05-05 08:57:18 PM  
I have a joke:
Three men walk into a fast food restaurant carrying each carrying  an AR15 on their back.
They walk up to the cashier and start to order.
The manager walks up and says, "I am sorry, but I will have to ask you to leave."
The leader of the group asks "Do you have a sign prohibiting guns?"
Manager says "no, we don't prohibit weapons"
Another man holding an AR asks, "Are you afraid of people lawfully demonstrating their right to bear arms?"
The manager answers, "I actually own several guns"
The third man holding an AR says "I am hungry, can I put my gun in my trunk and come back in to order?"
The manager says, "no, I am sorry.  Please leave now!"
The leader asks "then what do you have against us?"
The manager replies "Look on the door, we reserve the right to not serve people that act like assholes."
 
2014-05-05 09:01:02 PM  

lostcat: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Explain to me how it's irrational to be afraid of a tool designed specifically to launch a small lead weight fast enough to go through a human body. Especially when that tool is in the hands of a complete stranger whose disposition you have no way of knowing.

That seems like an entirely rational fear.


If someone is actually threatening you with it, then it rational.  The mere presence is not.
 
2014-05-05 09:04:40 PM  

Mikey1969: nijika: "F the safety of your kids and family I have a point to prove!"

While I think these chucklehead morons are stupid attention where's, please elaborate on how they were endangering anybody's safety.


If I saw armed civilian men coming into a restaurant I'd be inclined to believe they intended to rob the place or kill people. Some people may even panic and run.

You know that thing about the first amendment having limits? Like not yelling fire in a crowded theater? Let's just say its common sense not be bring a assault weapon to a theater either.
 
2014-05-05 09:06:50 PM  

Callous: lostcat: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Explain to me how it's irrational to be afraid of a tool designed specifically to launch a small lead weight fast enough to go through a human body. Especially when that tool is in the hands of a complete stranger whose disposition you have no way of knowing.

That seems like an entirely rational fear.

If someone is actually threatening you with it, then it rational.  The mere presence is not.


The mere presence of one man, rifle slung, walking into your store does not go unnoticed. Now make that a dozen - is that not a WTF kind of deal? Yeah, you exercise caution, if for no other reason then you have to assume those weapons are loaded.
 
2014-05-05 09:07:56 PM  

Enemabag Jones: I have a joke:
Three men walk into a fast food restaurant carrying each carrying  an AR15 on their back.
They walk up to the cashier and start to order.
The manager walks up and says, "I am sorry, but I will have to ask you to leave."
The leader of the group asks "Do you have a sign prohibiting guns?"
Manager says "no, we don't prohibit weapons"
Another man holding an AR asks, "Are you afraid of people lawfully demonstrating their right to bear arms?"
The manager answers, "I actually own several guns"
The third man holding an AR says "I am hungry, can I put my gun in my trunk and come back in to order?"
The manager says, "no, I am sorry.  Please leave now!"
The leader asks "then what do you have against us?"
The manager replies "Look on the door, we reserve the right to not serve people that act like assholes."


Dufuq?


Is that the old conservative humor we all know?
 
2014-05-05 09:11:35 PM  

skinink: I want to see some minority gun owners walk down the streets in the towns where these guys live. See what the response is then.
[cdn.foodbeast.com.s3.amazonaws.com image 600x450]


No dont tell me, which one wasn't a demonstrator.
 
2014-05-05 09:14:41 PM  
tripleseven
Dufuq?
Is that the old conservative humor we all know?


I didn't write it to be conservative or liberal. I wrote it to be funny.

\Your opinion may vary.
 
2014-05-05 09:15:56 PM  
2.bp.blogspot.com

"...now imagine they're arab"
 
2014-05-05 09:18:38 PM  

Enemabag Jones: tripleseven
Dufuq?
Is that the old conservative humor we all know?

I didn't write it to be conservative or liberal. I wrote it to be funny.

\Your opinion may vary.


Your joke sucks. Do you find that anybody laughs with you?
 
2014-05-05 09:19:33 PM  
"...now imagine they're arab"
you are a puppet

Who here would not be thinking about diving under a table if that happened.

Link
 
2014-05-05 09:20:36 PM  

tripleseven: Mikey1969: nijika: "F the safety of your kids and family I have a point to prove!"

While I think these chucklehead morons are stupid attention where's, please elaborate on how they were endangering anybody's safety.

If I saw armed civilian men coming into a restaurant I'd be inclined to believe they intended to rob the place or kill people. Some people may even panic and run.

You know that thing about the first amendment having limits? Like not yelling fire in a crowded theater? Let's just say its common sense not be bring a assault weapon to a theater either.


You'd "be inclined to think", but your inclination to think does not equal anybody being in danger, which was the point I was trying to make, which is why I called these "chucklehead morons" "attention whores".

Notice that I didn't support anything they did, I merely pointed out that they didn't actually threaten anybody's safety. That stupid panic reflex is just as dumb as their need for attention.

They could have returned their weapons to their vehicles before getting food, and if they were afraid of their guns getting stolen form their cars(a valid concern), they could have placed the guns in their cases and carried them in that way. Instead, they've got to be dicks about it.

I don't respect these guys, just like I don't respect someone who thinks a gun itself is some kind of dangerous object. It isn't. Without an outside force, a gun does not fire, so it wasn't "threatening" anybody's safety.
 
2014-05-05 09:20:47 PM  

tripleseven: Enemabag Jones: tripleseven
Dufuq?
Is that the old conservative humor we all know?

I didn't write it to be conservative or liberal. I wrote it to be funny.

\Your opinion may vary.

Your joke sucks. Do you find that anybody laughs with you?


Wait...OK I get it. I thought the implication was that they were assholes for asking to put their guns away.
 
2014-05-05 09:25:51 PM  
This story was related by a friend of mine.

"Today at work I dealt with a very unpleasant man. We eventually worked out his issue. Once we had he told me I'm very lucky we worked it out. When he pulled his credit card out he very unsubtly dropped his concealed carry card on the counter."

Come on, gun owners. Less douche, okay?

When you couple that story with this one, the open carry guys, you just gotta wonder what the hell the gunners are thinking (or of they're thinking at all.)
 
2014-05-05 09:26:37 PM  

Mikey1969: tripleseven: Mikey1969: nijika: "F the safety of your kids and family I have a point to prove!"

While I think these chucklehead morons are stupid attention where's, please elaborate on how they were endangering anybody's safety.

If I saw armed civilian men coming into a restaurant I'd be inclined to believe they intended to rob the place or kill people. Some people may even panic and run.

You know that thing about the first amendment having limits? Like not yelling fire in a crowded theater? Let's just say its common sense not be bring a assault weapon to a theater either.

You'd "be inclined to think", but your inclination to think does not equal anybody being in danger, which was the point I was trying to make, which is why I called these "chucklehead morons" "attention whores".

Notice that I didn't support anything they did, I merely pointed out that they didn't actually threaten anybody's safety. That stupid panic reflex is just as dumb as their need for attention.

They could have returned their weapons to their vehicles before getting food, and if they were afraid of their guns getting stolen form their cars(a valid concern), they could have placed the guns in their cases and carried them in that way. Instead, they've got to be dicks about it.

I don't respect these guys, just like I don't respect someone who thinks a gun itself is some kind of dangerous object. It isn't. Without an outside force, a gun does not fire, so it wasn't "threatening" anybody's safety.


Guns are dangerous objects. A gun the hands of unknown people in a situation that doesn't call for a gunis a llegitimate cause for concern for safety.

You can try to deny it all you want, you can trot out any talking point about a gun being a tool, or that guns don't kill people etc.
 
2014-05-05 09:30:19 PM  

Enemabag Jones: tripleseven
Dufuq?
Is that the old conservative humor we all know?

I didn't write it to be conservative or liberal. I wrote it to be funny.

\Your opinion may vary.


"Conservative humor" is kind of an oxymoron, isn't it?

/I thought it was funny
//Moderate
 
2014-05-05 09:32:45 PM  

Canton: Enemabag Jones: tripleseven
Dufuq?
Is that the old conservative humor we all know?

I didn't write it to be conservative or liberal. I wrote it to be funny.

\Your opinion may vary.

"Conservative humor" is kind of an oxymoron, isn't it?

/I thought it was funny
//Moderate


I missed the joke. Perhaps because there was an extraneous line about putting the guns away.
 
2014-05-05 09:42:24 PM  

lostcat: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Explain to me how it's irrational to be afraid of a tool designed specifically to launch a small lead weight fast enough to go through a human body. Especially when that tool is in the hands of a complete stranger whose disposition you have no way of knowing.

That seems like an entirely rational fear.


How do you feel about cops carrying?
 
2014-05-05 09:43:11 PM  

pedrop357: lostcat: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Explain to me how it's irrational to be afraid of a tool designed specifically to launch a small lead weight fast enough to go through a human body. Especially when that tool is in the hands of a complete stranger whose disposition you have no way of knowing.

That seems like an entirely rational fear.

How do you feel about cops carrying?


That's even scarier...
 
2014-05-05 09:45:55 PM  

loaba: pedrop357: lostcat: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Explain to me how it's irrational to be afraid of a tool designed specifically to launch a small lead weight fast enough to go through a human body. Especially when that tool is in the hands of a complete stranger whose disposition you have no way of knowing.

That seems like an entirely rational fear.

How do you feel about cops carrying?

That's even scarier...


No shiat.

At least of one these guys assaults or kills someone, there's an excellent chance of charges being filed, which should serve as more of a deterrent than the paid vacation a cop would get for the same thing.
 
2014-05-05 09:53:37 PM  

tripleseven: Mikey1969: tripleseven: Mikey1969: nijika: "F the safety of your kids and family I have a point to prove!"

While I think these chucklehead morons are stupid attention where's, please elaborate on how they were endangering anybody's safety.

If I saw armed civilian men coming into a restaurant I'd be inclined to believe they intended to rob the place or kill people. Some people may even panic and run.

You know that thing about the first amendment having limits? Like not yelling fire in a crowded theater? Let's just say its common sense not be bring a assault weapon to a theater either.

You'd "be inclined to think", but your inclination to think does not equal anybody being in danger, which was the point I was trying to make, which is why I called these "chucklehead morons" "attention whores".

Notice that I didn't support anything they did, I merely pointed out that they didn't actually threaten anybody's safety. That stupid panic reflex is just as dumb as their need for attention.

They could have returned their weapons to their vehicles before getting food, and if they were afraid of their guns getting stolen form their cars(a valid concern), they could have placed the guns in their cases and carried them in that way. Instead, they've got to be dicks about it.

I don't respect these guys, just like I don't respect someone who thinks a gun itself is some kind of dangerous object. It isn't. Without an outside force, a gun does not fire, so it wasn't "threatening" anybody's safety.

Guns are dangerous objects. A gun the hands of unknown people in a situation that doesn't call for a gunis a llegitimate cause for concern for safety.

You can try to deny it all you want, you can trot out any talking point about a gun being a tool, or that guns don't kill people etc.


Only a moron thinks that a gun just sitting there is "dangerous". It requires an outside force acting upon it. Otherwise, it is a machine without an essential part.

That is the long and short of it. Being concerned for safety is in no way the same thing as saying that someone carrying a gun is threatening anybody's safety. The gun doesn't spontaneously trigger itself. The firing pin doesn't hit the primer, the primer doesn't ignite the powder, and the explosive force from the powder igniting doesn't send the slug down the barrel without an outside force, so somebody CARRYING a gun doesn't threaten anybody's safety. It's playing with a gun or handling it carelessly that puts someone in jeopardy.

I bet you'd freak out standing next to a bomb or a block of plastic explosives, too. Those also don't go off and hurt you when just sitting there.
 
2014-05-05 09:55:52 PM  

lostcat: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Explain to me how it's irrational to be afraid of a tool designed specifically to launch a small lead weight fast enough to go through a human body. Especially when that tool is in the hands of a complete stranger whose disposition you have no way of knowing.

That seems like an entirely rational fear.


It's no less rational then being afraid of a parked car suddenly running you over in a parking lot as you walk by. It doesn't matter what it is designed to do, both are dangerous when mishandled and inert the rest of the time.
 
2014-05-05 09:58:07 PM  

Mikey1969: Only a moron thinks that a gun just sitting there is "dangerous". It requires an outside force acting upon it.


Like a three-year-old.

/time2repeal2
 
2014-05-05 10:00:47 PM  

Mikey1969: tripleseven: Mikey1969: tripleseven: Mikey1969: nijika: "F the safety of your kids and family I have a point to prove!"

While I think these chucklehead morons are stupid attention where's, please elaborate on how they were endangering anybody's safety.

If I saw armed civilian men coming into a restaurant I'd be inclined to believe they intended to rob the place or kill people. Some people may even panic and run.

You know that thing about the first amendment having limits? Like not yelling fire in a crowded theater? Let's just say its common sense not be bring a assault weapon to a theater either.

You'd "be inclined to think", but your inclination to think does not equal anybody being in danger, which was the point I was trying to make, which is why I called these "chucklehead morons" "attention whores".

Notice that I didn't support anything they did, I merely pointed out that they didn't actually threaten anybody's safety. That stupid panic reflex is just as dumb as their need for attention.

They could have returned their weapons to their vehicles before getting food, and if they were afraid of their guns getting stolen form their cars(a valid concern), they could have placed the guns in their cases and carried them in that way. Instead, they've got to be dicks about it.

I don't respect these guys, just like I don't respect someone who thinks a gun itself is some kind of dangerous object. It isn't. Without an outside force, a gun does not fire, so it wasn't "threatening" anybody's safety.

Guns are dangerous objects. A gun the hands of unknown people in a situation that doesn't call for a gunis a llegitimate cause for concern for safety.

You can try to deny it all you want, you can trot out any talking point about a gun being a tool, or that guns don't kill people etc.

Only a moron thinks that a gun just sitting there is "dangerous". It requires an outside force acting upon it. Otherwise, it is a machine without an essential part.

That is the long and short of it. Being concerned for safety is in no way the same thing as saying that someone carrying a gun is threatening anybody's safety. The gun doesn't spontaneously trigger itself. The firing pin doesn't hit the primer, the primer doesn't ignite the powder, and the explosive force from the powder igniting doesn't send the slug down the barrel without an outside force, so somebody CARRYING a gun doesn't threaten anybody's safety. It's playing with a gun or handling it carelessly that puts someone in jeopardy.

I bet you'd freak out standing next to a bomb or a block of plastic explosives, too. Those also don't go off and hurt you when just sitting there.


Trot trot trot..


Last response to you... These guns are in the control of unknown people with unknown intentions.

Have a nice night.
 
2014-05-05 10:01:02 PM  

tripleseven: Enemabag Jones: tripleseven
Dufuq?
Is that the old conservative humor we all know?

I didn't write it to be conservative or liberal. I wrote it to be funny.

\Your opinion may vary.

Your joke sucks. Do you find that anybody laughs with you?


I thought it was funny.
 
2014-05-05 10:06:13 PM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Mikey1969: Only a moron thinks that a gun just sitting there is "dangerous". It requires an outside force acting upon it.

Like a three-year-old.

/time2repeal2


There were 3 year olds playing with their guns? Why wasn't that in TFA.

Oh, I get it. Someone is stereotyping here. It's not cool to do when someone's race, gender, religion or sexuality is the focus, but since they are gun owners, they must leave their guns laying around with the triggers and the barrel dripping with marshmallows and chocolate just so the kids will be tempted to pick them up and play with them.

Or are you just saying that every privately owned gun has to kill a kid as a part of some kind of gang initiation?

What about cops and military folk, how do they get their 3 year olds out of the way? Maybe they get their gun pre-bloodied front the factory? That could be where all of the missing kids end up.

You see, cops and soldiers don't actually do anything special to secure their weapons than the average gun owner does.

But that doesn't matter to someone with their mind made up, of course.
 
2014-05-05 10:17:01 PM  

Mikey1969: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Mikey1969: Only a moron thinks that a gun just sitting there is "dangerous". It requires an outside force acting upon it.

Like a three-year-old.

/time2repeal2

[straw man variety assortment]

You see, cops and soldiers don't actually do anything special to secure their weapons than the average gun owner does.

[Uh, so?]

But that doesn't matter to someone with their mind made up, of course.


Oh, you haven't made up your mind on this?
 
2014-05-05 10:17:54 PM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Mikey1969: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Mikey1969: Only a moron thinks that a gun just sitting there is "dangerous". It requires an outside force acting upon it.

Like a three-year-old.

/time2repeal2

[straw man variety assortment]

You see, cops and soldiers don't actually do anything special to secure their weapons than the average gun owner does.

[Uh, so?]

But that doesn't matter to someone with their mind made up, of course.

Oh, you haven't made up your mind on this?


Don't you get it? Inert objects aren't dangerous wharrrrgrrrblll!
 
2014-05-05 10:56:33 PM  
global3.memecdn.com
 
2014-05-05 10:57:01 PM  
Those who truly understand the constitution and their rights do not feel the need to demonstrate them. Just because you can do something, does not mean you should do something. Time and place need to be considered. There was no point to made there, no battle to be won. Just silly. Totally uncomfortable with the orange shirt guy with his finger that close to the trigger and I am not convinced these guys understand what a safety switch is. Guy in the blue making the gun gesture.... an idiot.... no respect for the weapon he is carrying.

\This is why we can't have nice things.....
 
2014-05-05 11:18:49 PM  

Enemabag Jones: tripleseven
Dufuq?
Is that the old conservative humor we all know?

I didn't write it to be conservative or liberal. I wrote it to be funny.

\Your opinion may vary.


Allow me to apologize. Perhaps because I am reading and posting from my phone, I messed a few lines of the joke.
It makes sense, and was well thought out and witty. I am sorry for questioning your humor.

Seriously. I'm not a dick.
 
2014-05-05 11:27:35 PM  

loaba: Callous: lostcat: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Explain to me how it's irrational to be afraid of a tool designed specifically to launch a small lead weight fast enough to go through a human body. Especially when that tool is in the hands of a complete stranger whose disposition you have no way of knowing.

That seems like an entirely rational fear.

If someone is actually threatening you with it, then it rational.  The mere presence is not.

The mere presence of one man, rifle slung, walking into your store does not go unnoticed. Now make that a dozen - is that not a WTF kind of deal? Yeah, you exercise caution, if for no other reason then you have to assume those weapons are loaded.


Actually 1 would be more concerning than 12.  It's not uncommon for 1 guy to rob a place with a long gun, although far less common then with a handgun.

But I've never heard of 12 doing it.  I would assume they have some other agenda.  In fact anymore than 2 I'm going to assume they're not there to do anything illegal.

Also it matters how they are carrying them.  If they are slung over their shoulders, no worries.  If they are holding them in any of the ready positions that might indicate bad intentions.

I would at least consider it careless/dangerous and ask them to leave if they don't shoulder them.
 
2014-05-06 12:04:32 AM  
One does not need to carry a gun in a civilised place. So, unless there is a need, keep your weapons stashed.
 
2014-05-06 12:17:06 AM  
Bit'O'Gristle: /I'm with you there, i carry concealed, as i live in a "shall issue state" now, thank god.

This state is the worst to own a firearm in.

/gun owner
//not herpy-derpy about it
///the guys in the article are assholes
 
2014-05-06 12:27:26 AM  

Mikey1969: lostcat: Callous: Isitoveryet: wow, those patriots are moar patriotic than any of you could ever fake being.

they are moar patriotic than Uncle Sam snorting coke off a hookers ass through a rolled up Constitution in church while segregating teh population into income groups.

/do all Americans suffer from an inferiority complex?

No, but it appears many have an irrational fear of weapons.

Explain to me how it's irrational to be afraid of a tool designed specifically to launch a small lead weight fast enough to go through a human body. Especially when that tool is in the hands of a complete stranger whose disposition you have no way of knowing.

That seems like an entirely rational fear.

It's no less rational then being afraid of a parked car suddenly running you over in a parking lot as you walk by. It doesn't matter what it is designed to do, both are dangerous when mishandled and inert the rest of the time.


The guns/cars simile is possibly the stupidest argument gun nuts make.

Because you'll ask why...a thing designed to kill people is not the same as a useful tool that can accidentally kill you when used improperly. If it were, a nuclear warhead would be the same as a spatula.
 
2014-05-06 12:39:37 AM  
I wonder what would happen if I exercised my first amendment right to scream as loudly as I could right next to them until they left. just because I have the right to be an arsehole doesn't mean I should
 
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