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Honeywood Apartment Homes - A great place to be a victim.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by sssteinkamp, Jul 30, 2005.

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  1. sssteinkamp

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    That means the BG's will leave their weapons in the car when they rob you, right?
     
  3. Eightball

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    But of course. That's why the yellow form and outlawing weapons keep criminals from obtaining forbidden firearms :rolleyes: .
     
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    Did you notice that all guns including "fake" ones are banned. :banghead: So I guess they don't want kids playing with them.
    Start the kids off right, guns = bad. Help the bad guys out :what:
     
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    What a wonderful place! No guns! Peaceful, safe, secure!
    Every community should have a similar law!
    The police would have to disarm, too!

    Kumbahya!
     
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    I don't ever do business with anti-Second Amendment bigots.
     
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    Anyone else think this read like it had been translated from Japanese?
    Meandering sentences, poor grammar...
     
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    Not even legal here in MN.
     
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    Yup, same here in UT. It's illegal for a landlord to restrict the lawful gun ownership of tenants on the rented/leased property. Which made my alma mater's restriction on keeping guns in off-campus housing enough of a gray area for me to ignore it.
     
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    <sniff...sniff> Do you smell that? It smells like a handicap discrimination suit to me!
     
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