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What's in his nasssty pocketsesss?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Oleg Volk, Aug 21, 2004.

  1. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

  2. Harry Tuttle

    Harry Tuttle Well-Known Member

    diagraming that sentence finds a subject "you" missing in action


    If a mugger orders, "Empty your Pockets"
  3. MMcCall

    MMcCall Well-Known Member

    So we're just to assume that the mugger is somehow justifying the use of deadly force?
  4. 0007

    0007 Well-Known Member

    Uhhhh, yes...:neener:
  5. sm

    sm member

    I like it !
    As Always - great pic Oleg !

    Gives new meaning to " keep the change" ;)
  6. Raistlin

    Raistlin Well-Known Member

    Great photo composition, Oleg!

    But the wording, well...

  7. mtnbkr

    mtnbkr Well-Known Member

    Yes, since muggings are normally done under threat of deadly force.

  8. MMcCall

    MMcCall Well-Known Member

    I guess I'm just a little leery, as use of deadly force solely to protect property is very rarely acceptable in the eyes of the law. If your mugger ends up armed with nothing more than a pointy finger in his pocket, you're going to have some 'splaining to do :)
  9. mtnbkr

    mtnbkr Well-Known Member

    :banghead: :banghead:

    A mugging is an act of violence. It's no longer about property at that point. What, do I have to wait until he shoots or stabs me before I can protect myself and my family? Do I have to ask, "mister mugger, is that your finger or a gun?".

  10. BryanP

    BryanP Well-Known Member

    Great poster Oleg. If horizontal space is a problem for the wording you might try this:

    If a mugger says "Empty Your Pockets"
  11. Stand_Watie

    Stand_Watie Well-Known Member

    Those grips are stunning. What kind of wood is that?

    That particular photo deserves to be in an ad campaign for the pistol.
  12. Nathaniel Firethorn

    Nathaniel Firethorn Well-Known Member


    It could be read as subornation of homicide. Which could land you in a whole heap of trouble in a couple of ways I can think of.

    Which we wouldn't want! ;)

    - pdmoderator
  13. Tamara

    Tamara Senior Member

    "If a mugger orders you to empty your pockets..." :)

    Great photo! :cool:
  14. R.H. Lee

    R.H. Lee Well-Known Member

    The muzzle blast alone would probably set the mugger on fire. :p

    Nice pocket gun photo, Oleg.
  15. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

    Just edited the caption, see the updated image.
  16. rl2669

    rl2669 Well-Known Member

    reminds me of...

    Someone else did a cute Photoshop pic at one point of some sweet young thing stuck in a broken down car in the 'hood. As the gang members were closing in to presumably rob/rape/kill her, tire irons and chains in hand, the caption says: "Got Glock?"

    Of course with the stylized G's.

    It was great. Wish I had a copy handy to post. Gaston and crew should use this as ad-copy.

  17. wasrjoe

    wasrjoe Well-Known Member

    I like it. Of course, the idea of killing someone (even in self defense) will always offend some people. That doesn't mean that I (or you) should care about those people's opinions...
  18. SunBear

    SunBear member

    Get a clue, people!!! MUGGING is slang for and by definition ARMED robbery. Whether or not he is actually armed is COMPLETELY immaterial. If he has convinced you that he is armed, then in the eyes of the law - HE IS ARMED and an armed response is entirely appropriate. Takin' out the trash. Happy trails.
  19. ChristopherG

    ChristopherG Well-Known Member

    The english imperative (i.e., 'give') carries an implied second person subject.
  20. Johnson

    Johnson Member

    You gaurantee that I won't get killed, and reimburse me, and I'll bend over for the mugger. If not, he should be met with heavy resistance. :)

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