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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.

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  1. Creeping Incrementalism

    Creeping Incrementalism Member

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    http://www.bakersfield.com/hourly_news/story/153020.html

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

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    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

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

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    TallPine, :D

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

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

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    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

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

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

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

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    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

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

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

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    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

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    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] ;)
     
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    nah, he was playing Ice Cream factory Ninja, upper management frowns on that kind of thing... Ninjas and Ice cream... pu-shaw..
     
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    Why do the police keep insisting that civilians should be victims and nothing else? What the hell is wrong with them?
     
  17. gp911

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    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:

    gp911
     
  18. bearmgc

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

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    Sounds like a mental melt down.
     
  20. yhtomit

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

    timothy

    p.s. What caliber was the toy gun?
     
  21. yhtomit

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    You know, of course, the last words he heard before apprehension ...

    "FREEZE, SUCKER!"

    I think now this news has cooled, it's clear that initial reports were wrong; he was not in fact carrying a bombpop; that scoop was in error.

    Watch him try to waffle in front of the judge, will probably turn into a real melt-down -- "I'm berry, berry sorry .... cone you show me some mercy?"
     
  22. Autolycus

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    PLEASE MAKE IT STOP!

    I dont understand why the police advocate being a victim either. It really pisses me off and I want to know what tehy were thinking when they encourage people to flee or not protect themselves.
     
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    it's a sherbet that this will stir up more calls to ban toy guns

    Winner! :)

    jm
     
  24. .cheese.

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    Stuff that never made it to the press:

    Police told reporters that after taking him to jail and showing him his new cell mate, Cookie (as he likes to be called), Devries cried out, 'No! Ice-cream if you put me in der wid him!' to which Cookie replied, 'You sure will, you'll scream when you realize you're gonna be the cream for your new Cookie!'

    Yeah... I know it sucked.
     
  25. walking arsenal

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    Well hopefully the cops will put him in the deep freeze for a long time.

    I bet then he'll learn to keep his cool and stay frosty.
     
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