Posted: 12/31/2006 1:54:54 PM
[Last Edit: 1/8/2010 9:34:53 PM by Paul]
THE IMAGE ABOVE IS A PAID ADVERTISEMENT
California Firearms & Weapons Primer
If you do not find your answer here, There are MANY knowledgeable Members here that will be more than happy to answer your questions.
HOWEVER, if you are here to engage in "Antburner Activities" I would strongly suggest you DO NOT do it. Please note this does fall under the CoC
6.) Repeatedly attacking or insulting a person in an effort to elicit a negative response. You have a right to disagree, but please do so in a respectful manner.
Now WHAT is an "Antburner?"
1. One from outside California who posts derogatory comments about a state or the people within, with the intent to elicit a negative response, put-down other members, or otherwise instigate an argument.
2. One who posts vast generalizations on an entire peoples of a state based on the politics of the majority, or the beliefs of a core group usually characterized by those living in or around San Francisco, Berkeley, and Los Angeles.
3. One who posts the downfalls of the state with disregard to any of the positives, with the intent to put down or shame the citizens of said state.
Such examples include "move out of the state," "you Californians all deserve everything you get," "California should crack off and fall into the ocean," "wishing death upon Californians solely because of their state of residence." and similar.
We have heard all the "Move to a free state" arguments before. It is a broken record and played to death. Fact is that some of us CANNOT move or, DO NOT want to move for personal reasons.
As I said, we welcome everyone here... Just keep it civil.
Edited to add:
Do not post, publish or transmit any text, graphics, or material that: (1) is false or misleading; (2) is defamatory; (3) invades another's privacy; (4) is obscene, pornographic, or offensive; (5) promotes bigotry, racism, hatred or harm against any individual or group; (6) infringes another's rights, including any intellectual property rights; or (7) violates, or encourages any conduct that would violate, any applicable law or regulation or would give rise to civil liability.