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Everything Else / Re: An Important Lesson!
« Last post by LEJoe on Today at 05:32:57 AM »
There would have to be an investigation before we could determine the hows and whys this happened.
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Everything Else / Re: An Important Lesson!
« Last post by oldranger53 on Today at 05:25:01 AM »
Wow.
Bad day for sure.

Sent from phone. Typos possible.

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Everything Else / Re: The Feds Want To Control Your Nuts
« Last post by M1911A1 on Yesterday at 11:32:59 PM »
I would like to post something about the nutritional benefits of the product of my, um, nuts...
But good taste forbids me from doing so.


(Remember, guys: To pun is human; to forgive, divine.)
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In most states, even if someone is in your home uninvited and illegally, and even if he has attempted to commit a crime while there, if he is demonstrably leaving, you cannot legally shoot him in the back.

The exception may be if he is armed with a deadly weapon, and is behaving as if he could become a danger to society immediately after he has left your premises.
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While we were still living in West Los Angeles, the most urban of suburbs, I used to walk to and from my work every day.
This required me to leave the house quite early in the morning, so I would be at my desk in time.

One morning in spring, I left the house and began walking toward my office. Then I noticed a gray, German-shepherd-like animal that was walking down the middle of our residential street. He was headed in the direction that I was going, and he kept exact pace with me.
Our street led down to a main traffic artery. At the corner, the gray, dog-like animal turned left, toward the nearby public park, and I turned to the right toward my office. But he stopped for a second, and watched me as I walked a small distance away.
I turned to see what he was doing, and that's when he seemed to smile at me, and nod his head in my direction, as if to say, "Have a nice day."
That's when I realized that he was a very urbanized coyote!

I saw him a few more times, and each time we walked to the end of the block together.
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Everything Else / Re: An Important Lesson!
« Last post by Robert Harvey on Yesterday at 08:57:32 PM »
they did not say if the officer was plain clothed or in uniform.
In a situation like that, the plain clothed officers should not engage.
It would cause anyone to hesitate.
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please note the video tells the story as they knew it at the time.
the article tells parts of the beginning and the end.

http://www.myfoxny.com/story/28848074/coyote-attacks-man-walking-dog-in-nj

Sunday's attack on Stephen Sinisi happened in the area of McClellan and D'Ercole Court. He suffered cuts to his lower leg and is being treated for possible rabies exposure, he told Fox 5.
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 If the bad guy is in my home uninvited, he has no rights. Period.

No rights, true.

This is an area where "rights" don't matter IMO.

I'd be very mad at anyone trespassing the sanctity of our home front, whether it be the house, the Airstream, or even a campsite.

Can't say exactly what I'd do.

Sent from phone. Typos possible.

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Everything Else / Re: The Feds Want To Control Your Nuts
« Last post by Taurian on Yesterday at 05:07:10 PM »
When they get to Filberts, it's all over but the shouting.
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Everything Else / Re: Your "Gun" Personality.
« Last post by Taurian on Yesterday at 05:03:35 PM »
But, but, I wanted to be an 870 man!  Instead, I get an AR and a Remington 700! It's rigged, I tell you! I guess I need a semi-automatic shotgun capable if hitting out to 1,000 yards.
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