Dining in the San Fernando Valley


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harrygunner
August 11, 2006, 09:45 PM
Had to go to Los Angeles for business.

A report on the television said there has been over 200 take-over robberies of restaurants
in the San Fernando Valley in the last two years.

So, on average, every three or four days, a crew runs into a restaurant with drawn guns
to rob the cash register and the patrons.

The L.A. county police agency spokes person had the nerve to ask citizens for help! :fire:

I bet this would stop if there was always several patrons who fired at their robbing butts.
Of course, L.A. county issues very few concealed carry permits.

Funny place, L.A.

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lawson
August 11, 2006, 09:56 PM
criminals must have seen Pulp Fiction.

i used to live and work in LA. six months later, i quit the job and moved back to good ol' arizona, and decided to never leave again. they give permits to hollywood actors and politicians, but not regular citizens. i guess we don't deserve safety.

orionengnr
August 11, 2006, 09:57 PM
hmmm, with any luck, Ms. Feinstein, Ms. Boxer, Ms. Schwartzenegger(Kennedy!!!) or Ms. Hillary will be part of RobFest06(tm) one day soon.

Of course, they would only blame the inanimate object for the crime :rolleyes:

Ah, if only they taught common sense in school (or at home) these days...:banghead:

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