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Business owner puts up large pro-gun billboard

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ryan3465, Mar 5, 2013.

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  1. Double Naught Spy

    Double Naught Spy Sus Venator

    Right, I found the sign disturbing. The character making the statement was a cop. It bespeaks of gun control. Nobody here wants to have to be disarmed by a cop who demands control of our guns simply because the cop is around.

    If you understand the context of the image, it is NOT pro gun.
  2. Ryanxia

    Ryanxia Well-Known Member

    Glad he put up something pro 2A. Good for him.
  3. jrdolall

    jrdolall Well-Known Member

    Since it's not my shop I will give him the benefit of the doubt and assume he did some research prior to placing the billboard.

    If he did not do his research then he may be asked to remove the sign, maybe even ordered to remove the sign. He will probably remove it in whatever timeframe allowed and move on to the next sign.

    Get over yourselves.
  4. Arkansas Paul

    Arkansas Paul Well-Known Member

    Maybe this is a little off topic, but I never understood that slogan in light of pro 2A regards anyway. Really? You want to be the one controlling it? So I'm not responsible enough to have it? Sounds like Fenstien. You know, having a CCW and not wanting anybody else to have them.

    I know Clint is pro 2A, but that statement wasn't very well thought out IMO.
  5. gym

    gym member

  6. somerandomguy

    somerandomguy member

    Hehehe USS Enterprise facepalm. I lol'd.
  7. jerkface11

    jerkface11 Well-Known Member

    Sounds like some of you have never heard of the MPAA.
  8. jcwit

    jcwit Well-Known Member

    Why not? Lawyers, States, and LE have been doing it for years.
  9. somerandomguy

    somerandomguy member

    They're politicians, do you really want to become a politician? Everyone hates lawyers and politicians, do you really want to be one of the most hated people in the United States??? (As in less popular than cockroaches or headlice?) LOL
  10. gfanikf

    gfanikf Well-Known Member

    Hate on lawyers all you want, cry when I can afford to buy a transferable mg. Mwahahahaahah
  11. BaltimoreBoy

    BaltimoreBoy Well-Known Member

    "Keep in mind reading the EFF in regards to copyright is like reading a VPC paper on the 2A."

    A better analogy is that computer technology is an analog to an AR-15.

    The anti's want to cripple these machines in order to preserve their business models. So unreasonable laws are written and modifications deleterious to your use of your own hardware are built by government fiat into the electronic products one purchases.

    Emotional appeals are employed in both instances. In one case it is always for 'the children' in the second case it is for 'the artist'.

    Close examination reveals this does not happen to be true in either case.
  12. somerandomguy

    somerandomguy member

    Lmao, never said you guys weren't rich. ;)
  13. gfanikf

    gfanikf Well-Known Member

    Lol I wish!
  14. Arkansas Paul

    Arkansas Paul Well-Known Member

    Actually, I'm going out of my way to become one of them. After the Bachelor's is finished, I'll be applying to law school. :)
  15. Texshooter

    Texshooter Well-Known Member

    Thank you!

    Unbelievable that all the lawyer types (so smart) never even mentioned that possibility.
  16. gfanikf

    gfanikf Well-Known Member

    Mentioned what?

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  17. CharlieBT

    CharlieBT Well-Known Member

    Pick and choose parts of the Constitution? I'm 3/5ths for that. The other 2/5ths of me won't compromise, and the 2A falls in that category. So sue me.
  18. somerandomguy

    somerandomguy member

    You not liking the constitution has caused me emotional distress and pain and suffering. LAWSUIT INITIATED. :neener:
  19. zorro45

    zorro45 Well-Known Member

    Just think of it as a very large ADT sign on the business. If I were a robber, that's one place I would avoid. Of course in Maine just about everybody has a gun so its not a very robber-friendly state.
  20. bannockburn

    bannockburn Well-Known Member

    I don't know; I like the overall message of the billboard just don't care for the Dirty Harry connection. A little bit too contrived for my sensibilities.
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