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When canadians fear people with guns - and they're POLICE, theres a problem

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by dukeofurl, May 6, 2004.

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  1. dukeofurl

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  2. Atticus

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    "I do see a sexual tone to it. To me it is provocative. Personally, I would have preferred to see them in police uniforms."

    I agree....where can I buy one? :D
     
  3. Hkmp5sd

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    So, where can I buy a copy???

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    Do you mean it's not fun?:)
     
  4. buy guns

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    its canada, you know how they are :rolleyes: :D
     
  5. Preacherman

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    I've e-mailed the Community Relations sergeant at the Guelph PD, and asked him where these can be bought. I'll post details here as soon as I have them.
     
  6. CZ 75 BD

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    thanks Preacherman

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  7. Warren

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    I want one as well.
     
  8. Standing Wolf

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    Bad guns. Bad, bad, bad.
     
  9. strambo

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    Hmmm, a fundraiser for breast cancer and that wacky lady says "guns are what kill women":confused: :uhoh: :rolleyes:

    Wow, I've never seen such sexually provacative and explicit...sundresses before!:rolleyes:
     
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    I'll take two!!! :D :D
    These are better when they come in pairs. :what:
     
  11. dukeofurl

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    See, just by me posting this they're raising more money.

    Perhaps I'm some kind of equally bad person now.
     
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    Perhaps it's just the American in me, but i didn't get the memo about dresses down to the knees being provocative :uhoh:
     
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    It sounds like this lady would like them to be more provocative:

    "It's a very unusual image. It's not obvious these are police officers for starters, and they are not showing breasts — they're showing guns," she said."

    Once again, there is so much wrong with the protrayal of shooting in the article it is not even funny.
     
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    just talked to lisa lakatos

    She says they are overwhelmed with orders. the phone number is 1-519-824-1212 for the police dept. spoke with her for about 5 minutes. they are taking down peoples email addys and phone #s and getting back to them for their order. cost is $10 Canadian for the poster. They had no idea the poster was going to such a HUGE hit. They expected it to be a small local affair. I told her someone had posted a link to the Star's articale on the "firearms related" forums down here. Real freindly lady!
     
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    Is Rodney King a common name in Canada maybe?:D
     
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    Received the following from Guelph PD:
    I'm in for a couple - let's make their fundraiser a success and buy lots of them! Just remember to mention THR to her... :D
     
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    I'm in for three
     
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    just got a bounce on the e-mail address....

    so maybe we should wait for Preacherman's information.
     
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    Several years ago, an Englishwoman was a spokesperson for (then) Handgun Control. In a TV interview, she declared, in her plummy voice, that when she saw a gun in a police officer's holster, she had to turn away because otherwise she would throw up.

    I bet she is heaving all over the place if she saw that poster.

    Jim
     
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    I guess that's only fair. When I see a spokesperson for handgun control, I have to turn away or I would throw up. Let's see, Rosie O'Donnel, Diane Feinstein, Hillary Clinton, Sarah Brady, Carolyn McCarthy, Barbara Streisand....'scuse me, gotta go.
     
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    hahahahahah... ahhhhh ahahahaha!


    Idiots! :neener:
     
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    "... It's not obvious these are police officers for starters, and they are not showing breasts — they're showing guns"

    Would she prefer they show their breasts?? Unreal.

    I'll be ordering a poster.
     
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    Sooo... If we abolished guns... Women would never die... ?

    uh huh...


    Those silly canooks...

    :D

    Who knows, maybe they're amish...
     
  24. chaim

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    Umm, what context? That only police should have guns?!:banghead:



    5200 Canadian women are killed by breast cancer yearly, but it is guns that kill women.:rolleyes:

    Incidentally, I find it interesting that the first quote is from someone objecting to the poster who claims to find breast cancer to be an important issue. Apparently, her politics are more important to her than cancer though. The second quote, from someone concentrating on how this poster will do for breast cancer research says she expects it to be successful and regardless of her anti or pro gun politics keeps on the right issue (for this poster). I guess the first person would perfer a less successful, but more politically palatable (to her) poster, which raises far less money. The idiocy of some of the anti-gunners who's bigotry overrides everything else:fire:

    BTW- I don't care what the poster is. Buy as many as you can. My grandmother died of breast cancer when I was a child. I hate this disease. The fact that my grandmother died of it means both my mother and aunt are at much greater risk than average of developing it. I want to see a cure ASAP!
     
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    This one gets it!

    Outstanding message, for an outstanding cause.

    PS: Is that an 'evil baby-killing' AR she's holding? I like.
     
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