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California Slipping Over The Edge

Discussion in 'Legal' started by AR-10, Dec 25, 2002.

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  1. AR-10

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  2. Blackhawk

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    Downright chilling.... :eek:
     
  3. Cal4D4

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    Hope no one screws up a serial number and kicks in my door.
     
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    :barf:

    Is the PRK just trying to compete against the PRNJ for the title of "Armpit of America"? If so, Davis is doing a great job.
     
  6. Dan Shapiro

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    oh my!! :rolleyes:

    On a brighter note…the case that will come out of California that will finally force the Supreme Court to up hold the second has been push up a couple years.

    Where's our Francisco d'Anconia? ;)
     
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    "The individuals we're going after have a violent past or they been held for mental problems that make them a threat to themselves or others," said Randy Rossi, head of the Justice Department's firearms division.


    How long will it be before someone who's being treated for minor depression will be "on the list"?

    I would strongly suggest to PRK residents to never register arms, or get treated for depression.

    I love that state, but hate the Kings and Dictators.
     
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    I now officially put California into the column marked "Self-Correcting Problems".
     
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    I wonder just how long the PRK will be able to pay the JBT's to kick down doors? :D

    I'll put it this way if I was a business man doing business with that state it would be a "cash up front deal".

    As things go on and more and more companies move out it will only get worse.....GRIN!

    Maybe we will be lucky and Davis will lead a movement to succede from the union so he can print his own money to keep the state slovent. Good riddiance.
     
  10. Tady45

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    Big Brother is alive, well, and getting meaner in the PRK. I will be gone before G. Davis finishes his next 4 terrible years. Since Davis and his cronies are now shutting down large portions of the Ocean (from sportfishers) which I have fished since 1980, there is really nothing that will be left here! Handgun buyers will be jumping through more hoops starting next week. It never really ends in the PRK...



    Larry :mad:
     
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    One more day closer to the state falling into the ocean(I hope) :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:
     
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    Strangely enough, people get the government they deserve through the voting process.

    I'm really sad for the good people of California. So much beauty and promise along with such a pernicious infestation of weenies. :(
     
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    Originally posted by Waitone:
    I agree with this statement. They will see only when it's far too late.
     
  15. kuroineko

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    I don't think Cali has "slipped over the edge."
    It's more like a runaway train that went off the tracks full speed with the conductor asleep at the controls.
     
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    45R...That "emotioncon" cracks me up!
    How did you do that?
     
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    I know the exact location of the southern end of the San Andreas Fault. Enough dynamite, it could become the Island of LA? Then Kurt Russell could make a sequel to "Escape from LA"!
     
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    "slipping"? No, I would have to say slipped. past tense.
     
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    I learned not to bunch up in the service and I have kept my safes widely dispersed with only the stuff I could afford to lose at my domecile. That way I can launch an insurrection later. :cool:
     
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    One of the main reasons I left the People's Republic of California last summer to return to the Unites States was that I lost my First, Second, and Fourth Amendment civil rights.
     
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    Standing Wolf,

    The "Patriot Act" has proven your flight to be in vain--similar to fleeing from Berlin to Ludwigshaven in the late 1930s.

    The difference between California and what we perceive to be "free America" is not a difference of laws, but merely of enforcement.
     
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    No sh1t.

    That'd be all I need.
     
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    Thx Dennis. That definitely rained all over the Bash-California rant I was warming up.

    I don't know, some parts of the country are still fairly close to what was intended. Give it another 6 or 10 years, though, and that'll probably have been cured.

    *sigh*
     
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    That would explain why...

    My buddy in Sacramento wants me to store his gun collection until he can get the heck outta there. :(
     
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    California is the place people go after getting kicked out of all the other states. Then those people get all their friends to move here.

    CALIFORNIA! - "It's a focus group for improving the suffering in Hell!"
     
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