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Employee with toy gun and sword attacks co-workers

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Creeping Incrementalism, May 30, 2007.

  1. Creeping Incrementalism

    Creeping Incrementalism Well-Known Member


    I wonder if the sword was one of those dull-edged replicas.
  2. Titan6

    Titan6 member

    I guess he was protesting for institution of the "Pecans of the Carrobian" flavor.

    Sorry, I know that was bad but could not resist.
  3. TallPine

    TallPine Well-Known Member

    I prefer my ice cream without nuts ;)
  4. Fly320s

    Fly320s Well-Known Member

    TallPine, :D

    That poor man must have had a rocky road to travel.
  5. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

    I certainly hope this isn't the cream of the crop for jokes on this nut.
  6. Zen21Tao

    Zen21Tao Well-Known Member

    When are we going to get reasonable sword-control. I'd be willing to bet he didn't have to go through a background check, waiting period or even a sword safety course. Come on.... it's for the Children. :D
  7. Zen21Tao

    Zen21Tao Well-Known Member

    Are we even sure he really MINT anyone harm. :D
  8. El Tejon

    El Tejon Well-Known Member

    This thread leads down a rocky road.:neener:
  9. Devonai

    Devonai Well-Known Member

    While his actions weren't heavenly, he obviously had something to hash out.
  10. SkiLune

    SkiLune Well-Known Member

    So, the officer quoted said,
    "They did a great job, but it is not something we recommend," Terry said.

    I am wondering what the police do recommend when confronted with a sword and plastic gun wielding nut job. Harsh language?

    I guess maybe the press report didn't have the entire quote.
  11. skinnyguy

    skinnyguy Well-Known Member

    Look at one double-nut fruit-loop does to grown people, turns them into a neopolitan of bad puns. **shakes head**
  12. hankdatank1362

    hankdatank1362 Well-Known Member

    I got nothing, save maybe a bad "Cherry Garcia" pun.
  13. mnrivrat

    mnrivrat Well-Known Member

    Looks like this is being MILKED for about all it's worth.

    I guess maybe they recommend you do a poor job ?

    A Toy gun ! So that's against the law ?
    WOW there goes all the fun out of playing cowboys and indians for todays youth .
  14. Green Lantern

    Green Lantern Well-Known Member

    Of COURSE not! MILD language only! Why, you'll provoke the mis-aligned soul into hurting you!

    Thank goodness it was only a replica sword - if it was the real deal, that woman might have ended up as Phish Food! [/lame] ;)
  15. MD_Willington

    MD_Willington Well-Known Member

    nah, he was playing Ice Cream factory Ninja, upper management frowns on that kind of thing... Ninjas and Ice cream... pu-shaw..
  16. Lucky

    Lucky Well-Known Member

    Why do the police keep insisting that civilians should be victims and nothing else? What the hell is wrong with them?
  17. gp911

    gp911 Well-Known Member

    Makes my stomach churn just thinking about it... :barf:

    It's a sherbet that this will stir up more calls to ban toy guns. :rolleyes:

  18. bearmgc

    bearmgc Well-Known Member

    Hope he doesn't try the "too much ice cream" defense....
  19. mlandman

    mlandman Well-Known Member

    Sounds like a mental melt down.
  20. yhtomit

    yhtomit Well-Known Member

    Ah, one of those up-against-the walnuts.


    p.s. What caliber was the toy gun?

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