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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by chevyfumes, Mar 16, 2005.
What a dumb****....
Now that's funny.
"the only one in the room professional enough...."
Yeah, he looks real professional.
Don't think thats a standard issue t-shirt (police on front, DEA on back), not to mention the stylin' gerry-curl.
He looks like a reject from a "NWA" video in 1988.
I'm sure he'll receive a reprimand for it.
If there were no such things as guns he would have poked himself in the eye with a stick and said, "See kids, accidents happen and this is why you should never play with pointed sticks".
Then someone would try and pass a law that all pointed sticks should be outlawed.
So true, they'd have a "Million Mom March" and lawsuits against the pointy stick manufacturers.
I liked the part where the woman trys to hand him the rifle and everyone starts yelling for them to put it down, I guess they didn't want anymore accidents...
It was little kids making fun of him telling her to put it down.
That guy is a ****ing idiot. ALWAYS check your firearm and make sure its unloaded, and even if you are 100% its unloaded, treat it like it is!! If my father taught me nothing else he taught me that. I guess some cops don't get that training
Pointy sticks don't kill, criminals kill (or "professionals"). I wonder if congress willl try to ban high capacity pointy sticks?
Or pointy sticks with pistol grips or collapsible stocks.
I'm gonna take my concealed stick class now, before they take away my rights.
Then I'll have to go buy one and make sure it's not an "assault" stick.
Well what will they do to the trees with pointy branches? Now there's a dilemma.
I still dont think he actually shot himself, i think it was staged.
What better way to show that accidents can happen than making a class full of kids think you shot yourself with an unloaded gun?
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