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Posted: 12/10/2013 3:58:17 PM EST
.. never let go an opportunity to rag on gun owners to me(knowing I am one), yet are constantly nagging me to take them to the range.

Anyone have this problem?
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 3:59:18 PM EST
Originally Posted By ZedsDeadBaby:
.. never let go an opportunity to rag on gun owners to me(knowing I am one), yet are constantly nagging me to take them to the range.

Anyone have this problem?
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What?

Tell them to fuck off.

Link Posted: 12/10/2013 3:59:38 PM EST
You live here in Maryland. Our whole state is like this.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:01:01 PM EST
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You live here in Maryland. Our whole state is like this.
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I work in Virginia.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:02:03 PM EST
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What?

Tell them to fuck off.

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Originally Posted By ZedsDeadBaby:
.. never let go an opportunity to rag on gun owners to me(knowing I am one), yet are constantly nagging me to take them to the range.

Anyone have this problem?


What?

Tell them to fuck off.



Pretty much what I do, except I mention their views on why I won't take them.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:04:59 PM EST
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I work in Virginia.
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Originally Posted By NavyIS2:
You live here in Maryland. Our whole state is like this.


I work in Virginia.


Nova, dc, and Maryland are just one big crappy haven for the fsa.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:05:57 PM EST
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Nova, dc, and Maryland are just one big crappy haven for the fsa.
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Originally Posted By ZedsDeadBaby:
Originally Posted By NavyIS2:
You live here in Maryland. Our whole state is like this.


I work in Virginia.


Nova, dc, and Maryland are just one big crappy haven for the fsa.



These are middle and upper-middle folk.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:06:21 PM EST
Tell them to show up at the range at said time........ Never show.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:06:47 PM EST
I work with a libtard who was begging me to show him how to build an AR during the panic. Begging. Saying "Oh the noes, they will all be outlawed soon".

I told him that if he bought a membership to NRA, I would happily oblige him.


It's been a year. Still no membership. And he's still a libtard.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:09:19 PM EST
So call 'em on it and offer to take 'em to the range. Tell 'em to put up or shut up.

Who knows - they might even have fun.... and the seed gets planted.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:10:20 PM EST
Originally Posted By ZedsDeadBaby:
.. never let go an opportunity to rag on gun owners to me(knowing I am one), yet are constantly nagging me to take them to the range.

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No.

I have culled the Obama voters from any aspect of my life. Not only are they responsible for the decline of my civilization, their knowledge of any of my activities - particularly when it comes to weapons - is a risk to myself and my family.

Tell the douchebags you sold your guns during the panic, and ask them how that hope and change thing is working out for them.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:10:35 PM EST
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Originally Posted By soldierman79:
I work with a libtard who was begging me to show him how to build an AR during the panic. Begging. Saying "Oh the noes, they will all be outlawed soon".

I told him that if he bought a membership to NRA, I would happily oblige him.


It's been a year. Still no membership. And he's still a libtard.
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Ha! I had that same thing happen with 3 guys at work.

I had been telling them for YEARS to buy an AR, then they were begging me to sell them some of my spare lowers. I offered them at $1000 bucks stripped. No takers.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:11:24 PM EST
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Originally Posted By familyman357:
So call 'em on it and offer to take 'em to the range. Tell 'em to put up or shut up.

Who knows - they might even have fun.... and the seed gets planted.
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This,but its unlikely to actually change their views...lots of libs are just curious about guns.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:11:28 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ZedsDeadBaby:


I work in Virginia.
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Originally Posted By NavyIS2:
You live here in Maryland. Our whole state is like this.


I work in Virginia.


Northern Virginia I presume? Same difference.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:11:47 PM EST
I have several in my office. They don't give me any shit though because I am quite literally their boss, but I always get the "joking" stuff.

"Hey watch out he's got an arsenal and he'll invade!"

"Oh don't make him mad, he'll shoot ya!"

"Look out! He's packing heat and he'll see you out in the street at high noon!"

I just roll with it... because then I get to give them shit about the stuff they like as well.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:11:47 PM EST
Take them to the range with you next time.

Ask them to hold the targets...
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:12:24 PM EST
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These are middle and upper-middle folk.
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Originally Posted By ZedsDeadBaby:
Originally Posted By NavyIS2:
You live here in Maryland. Our whole state is like this.


I work in Virginia.


Nova, dc, and Maryland are just one big crappy haven for the fsa.



These are middle and upper-middle folk.


Still suckle off the federal tit.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:13:05 PM EST
Most of the non-gun owners I work with want one after a range trip. Took a friends sister who thought guns were evil and nobody should own one. Now she wants one. Education and being safe is key, not to hard to change the mind of the ignorant.

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Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:14:15 PM EST
Opposite situation. Libs are greatly out numbered and they catch flak for it often.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:14:26 PM EST
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Originally Posted By familyman357:
So call 'em on it and offer to take 'em to the range. Tell 'em to put up or shut up.

Who knows - they might even have fun.... and the seed gets planted.
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Did that with one of them before the panic, and he put off buying a gun. As soon as Sandy Hook happened I took him to a gun store, and he got a really good deal on an AR. Now he just bugs me about where to get ammo and mags....... and more ARs.

He wasn't a liberal though. He just never owned a gun before.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:15:19 PM EST
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So call 'em on it and offer to take 'em to the range. Tell 'em to put up or shut up.

Who knows - they might even have fun.... and the seed gets planted.
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I no longer trust that this will happen. Liberal lunacy and underhandedness has no limits, and my feeling is that that invitation gives them free firearms training and an inventory of what you own for guns.

No thanks.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:16:30 PM EST
I never turn down the opportunity to take someone to the range and educate them. Some liberals can still be educated if given the opportunity, but those that can't don't get a second trip to the range.

If you really want to make them feel our pain make them find and pay for the ammo.

Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:16:54 PM EST

Going to the range Friday with several coworkers.
I spread BRD wherever I go.

Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:18:09 PM EST
Lady friend was very anti-gun after Sandy Hook, we had many a Facebook debate.

She still begs me to take her shooting.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:18:51 PM EST
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Originally Posted By JsARCLIGHT:
I have several in my office. They don't give me any shit though because I am quite literally their boss, but I always get the "joking" stuff.

"Hey watch out he's got an arsenal and he'll invade!"

"Oh don't make him mad, he'll shoot ya!"

"Look out! He's packing heat and he'll see you out in the street at high noon!"

I just roll with it... because then I get to give them shit about the stuff they like as well.
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Take my advice and counsel them that that kind of thing is inappropriate in the workplace.

Cover your ass.

The owner of the company I worked for told a coworker that I carried an arsenal in my trunk. I carry nothing in my car, and I asked for a private meeting with him to let him know that although I knew he was just joking, there are people who will not see that as a joke, and be genuinely terrified of that kind of thing.

It can cause problems.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:19:28 PM EST
Yeah, I bet all their daddy's played golf. It's either golf or big model train landscapes in the basement. Daddy had goofy hobbies, so do they.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:19:31 PM EST
Taking tardo shooting is not always going to make them "change".

Knew one that tried shooting an AR and AK and decided to buy one after that...but still thought they should be banned (after he got his of course).


Fuck them.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:20:44 PM EST
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Originally Posted By JsARCLIGHT:
I have several in my office. They don't give me any shit though because I am quite literally their boss, but I always get the "joking" stuff.

"Hey watch out he's got an arsenal and he'll invade!"

"Oh don't make him mad, he'll shoot ya!"

"Look out! He's packing heat and he'll see you out in the street at high noon!"

I just roll with it... because then I get to give them shit about the stuff they like as well.
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My response to these kinds of comments:

"Do you own a camera?"

I usually get the , "Why, yes."

Me: "So, that must make you a child pornographer, then."

Them: sputter, sputter, outrage.

Me: "Listen, you just accused me of being an unstable psychotic criminal based simply on an object I own. I'm just returning the favor."
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:21:26 PM EST
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Originally Posted By familyman357:
So call 'em on it and offer to take 'em to the range. Tell 'em to put up or shut up.

Who knows - they might even have fun.... and the seed gets planted.
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That hardly works. They will like shooting and have fun but they will still be socialists.


Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:22:26 PM EST
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Take my advice and counsel them that that kind of thing is inappropriate in the workplace.

Cover your ass.

The owner of the company I worked for told a coworker that I carried an arsenal in my trunk. I carry nothing in my car, and I asked for a private meeting with him to let him know that although I knew he was just joking, there are people who will not see that as a joke, and be genuinely terrified of that kind of thing.

It can cause problems.
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I actually own 1/3 of the company and I've professionally worked with most these people for going on 15 years now.

Contrary to ARFCOM it actually IS possible to have liberal friends and not burst into flames.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:24:05 PM EST
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Originally Posted By basp2005:
Most of the non-gun owners I work with want one after a range trip. Took a friends sister who thought guns were evil and nobody should own one. Now she wants one. Education and being safe is key, not to hard to change the mind of the ignorant.

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Everyone I took to the range wanted one and loved it, but they are still socialist libtards.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:35:14 PM EST
Pretty much every girl I've dated who turned out to be an Obama groupie... always was pumped at the idea of going to the range with me and learning to shoot. One even cited self defense as the reason she wanted to learn to shoot, and eventually carry.

Never did get around to taking any of them..lol
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:38:25 PM EST
"Guns for me, not for thee" crowd. I have a few that worry about civil unrest, blah blah blah.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:39:32 PM EST
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This,but its unlikely to actually change their views...lots of libs are just curious about guns.
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Originally Posted By familyman357:
So call 'em on it and offer to take 'em to the range. Tell 'em to put up or shut up.

Who knows - they might even have fun.... and the seed gets planted.

This,but its unlikely to actually change their views...lots of libs are just curious about guns.
One of my good friends has a brother that was adopted who's full on potato as far as politics go, yet brought just one time kicking and screaming to the range...wants to actually help legally fight California's ten round limit BS. Sometimes seeding does work, sometimes not. Never waste a good opportunity for a try at harvesting new gun owners.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:44:05 PM EST
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Originally Posted By JsARCLIGHT:
I have several in my office. They don't give me any shit though because I am quite literally their boss, but I always get the "joking" stuff.

"Hey watch out he's got an arsenal and he'll invade!"

"Oh don't make him mad, he'll shoot ya!"

"Look out! He's packing heat and he'll see you out in the street at high noon!"

I just roll with it... because then I get to give them shit about the stuff they like as well.
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Used to work at a place with a sales manager like that:

"Ha, ha. I would expect to see you on a water tower with a rifle!"


"If you do, you better hope I don't see YOU."


"Ha, ha..."

Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:49:40 PM EST
It took me about 4 trips out to the west desert to change the mind of my next door neighbor and his wife. The first trip they were hesitant to even touch guns let alone shoot them. They just wanted to watch. The second trip I brought my 22 revolver, 22 Ruger Mk 2 and my 22 AR. along with my M4. I also brought my three sets of electronic earmuffs. The husband shot all the weapons, the wife shot the 22 auto and a cylinder of 22 with the revolver. He got excited shooting the M4. You could tell they were more comfortable wearing the hearing protection yet being able to have a normal conversation. The third trip in addition to the 22s and the M4 I also brought my scoped M1A. and my lead sled shooting stand. The wife finally got into it shooting my 22 AR and the M4. The husband told me he was in love with my M!A until he found out how much I had into it. The fourth trip was the clincher. 22 AR, 45 Auto 1911, M4, and the M!A. They had a blast, literally (I brought a half a dozen small containers of tannerite) The wife shot all the weapons and hit two exploding targets with the M4. The husband hit a one pound container of tannerite at 175 yds with the M!A. They both enjoyed shooting a full magazine of 5.56 and several mags of 45 auto.

On the way home they asked me if I would help (advise them) in buying a couple of guns for home defense. A couple of weeks later they bought 2 AR's a 22 Ruger and a Glock 19. I don't know if I changed their view about guns and who should own them etc. But I think I helped them see our side. The husband has joined the NRA last I heard.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:50:35 PM EST
I'd report them for a hostile work environment.

Of course I had a corporate officer publicly say they wanted to shred an applicant's resume because they previously worked for a dem congressman. So I'd probably win.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:52:08 PM EST
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Sorry double tap
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 4:52:10 PM EST
I work with some people who are pro socialism.,, I know your pain
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Originally Posted By familyman357:
So call 'em on it and offer to take 'em to the range. Tell 'em to put up or shut up.

Who knows - they might even have fun.... and the seed gets planted.
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If they're asshole leftists... when they decide to go, tell them you'll need a good reason why.

And you'll need them to fill out some paperwork and write an essay first about why, and pay $200 nonrefundable to pay for a background check.

Then maybe you'll think about it, if you decide to. And you'll notify them by mail in about three months.

When you get to the range, inform them that there's a safety course they have to take before they're allowed on the range, and let them know that'll be another $100 nonrefundable.

When you get done with that, inform them that if they want to actually shoot, it will be another $200 registration fee in order to operate your firearms.

Once they've handled your firearms and shot, every day remind them that they're redneck psychotics for ever having touched a gun and they should be locked away for wanting a surrogate metal penis to murder children with since they have a microphallus and empty skulls beyond a brain stem that just keeps flashing "murder children", and that since they have handled guns, they are unclean and are no longer allowed in public gatherings, in churches, in public buildings, and in any business with a no-guns sticker.

Show them what their own rules are like.

-

Or if they're just brain-dead liberals (like David Mamet was) by default, slowly reeducate them. Introduce them to natural law and natural rights.
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I no longer trust that this will happen. Liberal lunacy and underhandedness has no limits, and my feeling is that that invitation gives them free firearms training and an inventory of what you own for guns.

No thanks.
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Originally Posted By familyman357:
So call 'em on it and offer to take 'em to the range. Tell 'em to put up or shut up.

Who knows - they might even have fun.... and the seed gets planted.


I no longer trust that this will happen. Liberal lunacy and underhandedness has no limits, and my feeling is that that invitation gives them free firearms training and an inventory of what you own for guns.

No thanks.

Just show 'em the one you use on liberals and thieves .
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If they're asshole leftists... when they decide to go, tell them you'll need a good reason why.

And you'll need them to fill out some paperwork and write an essay first about why, and pay $200 nonrefundable to pay for a background check.

Then maybe you'll think about it, if you decide to. And you'll notify them by mail in about three months.

When you get to the range, inform them that there's a safety course they have to take before they're allowed on the range, and let them know that'll be another $100 nonrefundable.

When you get done with that, inform them that if they want to actually shoot, it will be another $200 registration fee in order to operate your firearms.

Once they've handled your firearms and shot, every day remind them that they're redneck psychotics for ever having touched a gun and they should be locked away for wanting a surrogate metal penis to murder children with since they have a microphallus and empty skulls beyond a brain stem that just keeps flashing "murder children", and that since they have handled guns, they are unclean and are no longer allowed in public gatherings, in churches, in public buildings, and in any business with a no-guns sticker.

Show them what their own rules are like.

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Or if they're just brain-dead liberals (like David Mamet was) by default, slowly reeducate them. Introduce them to natural law and natural rights.
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Originally Posted By familyman357:
So call 'em on it and offer to take 'em to the range. Tell 'em to put up or shut up.

Who knows - they might even have fun.... and the seed gets planted.


If they're asshole leftists... when they decide to go, tell them you'll need a good reason why.

And you'll need them to fill out some paperwork and write an essay first about why, and pay $200 nonrefundable to pay for a background check.

Then maybe you'll think about it, if you decide to. And you'll notify them by mail in about three months.

When you get to the range, inform them that there's a safety course they have to take before they're allowed on the range, and let them know that'll be another $100 nonrefundable.

When you get done with that, inform them that if they want to actually shoot, it will be another $200 registration fee in order to operate your firearms.

Once they've handled your firearms and shot, every day remind them that they're redneck psychotics for ever having touched a gun and they should be locked away for wanting a surrogate metal penis to murder children with since they have a microphallus and empty skulls beyond a brain stem that just keeps flashing "murder children", and that since they have handled guns, they are unclean and are no longer allowed in public gatherings, in churches, in public buildings, and in any business with a no-guns sticker.

Show them what their own rules are like.

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Or if they're just brain-dead liberals (like David Mamet was) by default, slowly reeducate them. Introduce them to natural law and natural rights.


Brilliant!

I'd like to subscribe to your newsletter.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 6:55:54 PM EST
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It took me about 4 trips out to the west desert to change the mind of my next door neighbor and his wife. The first trip they were hesitant to even touch guns let alone shoot them. They just wanted to watch. The second trip I brought my 22 revolver, 22 Ruger Mk 2 and my 22 AR. along with my M4. I also brought my three sets of electronic earmuffs. The husband shot all the weapons, the wife shot the 22 auto and a cylinder of 22 with the revolver. He got excited shooting the M4. You could tell they were more comfortable wearing the hearing protection yet being able to have a normal conversation. The third trip in addition to the 22s and the M4 I also brought my scoped M1A. and my lead sled shooting stand. The wife finally got into it shooting my 22 AR and the M4. The husband told me he was in love with my M!A until he found out how much I had into it. The fourth trip was the clincher. 22 AR, 45 Auto 1911, M4, and the M!A. They had a blast, literally (I brought a half a dozen small containers of tannerite) The wife shot all the weapons and hit two exploding targets with the M4. The husband hit a one pound container of tannerite at 175 yds with the M!A. They both enjoyed shooting a full magazine of 5.56 and several mags of 45 auto.

On the way home they asked me if I would help (advise them) in buying a couple of guns for home defense. A couple of weeks later they bought 2 AR's a 22 Ruger and a Glock 19. I don't know if I changed their view about guns and who should own them etc. But I think I helped them see our side. The husband has joined the NRA last I heard.
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great story!
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 6:57:49 PM EST
my advice to the OP, ...just take them to the range and convert them... that's a win-win.... be courtious about it, go over safety thoroughly, and get them off on the right foot...

libturd or not, ...we always should convert as many to the pro-2A side as we can!!!
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 7:00:49 PM EST
I deal with on the daily. They have the balls to justify our gun laws then tell me oh I was thinking about getting a pistol I dunno converting them would be nice but liberal is an incurable disease.
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 7:42:30 PM EST
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Nova, dc, and Maryland are just one big crappy haven for the fsa.
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Originally Posted By NavyIS2:
You live here in Maryland. Our whole state is like this.


I work in Virginia.


Nova, dc, and Maryland are just one big crappy haven for the fsa.


I can vouch for that, I have to be hush hush with my hobbies at work even though a bunch of us carry in the office.
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I deal with on the daily. They have the balls to justify our gun laws then tell me oh I was thinking about getting a pistol I dunno converting them would be nice but liberal is an incurable disease.
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Robin of Berkeley notes that she wasn't converted by being beaten and mugged, but it started to get her attention when one of her friends said of her mugger "don't forget he was a victim, too".

It took her making the mistake of supporting Hillary in Berkeley to find out how mean the modern left is.

Link Posted: 12/10/2013 8:14:25 PM EST
Originally Posted By ZedsDeadBaby:
.. never let go an opportunity to rag on gun owners to me(knowing I am one), yet are constantly nagging me to take them to the range.

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Yes! My boss was telling me how evil and bad "assault rifles" are, as I was building his RRA on his desk!
Link Posted: 12/10/2013 8:21:54 PM EST
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These are middle and upper-middle folk.
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Originally Posted By NavyIS2:
Originally Posted By ZedsDeadBaby:
Originally Posted By NavyIS2:
You live here in Maryland. Our whole state is like this.


I work in Virginia.


Nova, dc, and Maryland are just one big crappy haven for the fsa.



These are middle and upper-middle folk.


Tell them you aren't going to train the enemy.
Link Posted: 12/11/2013 10:55:09 AM EST
Originally Posted By ZedsDeadBaby:
.. never let go an opportunity to rag on gun owners to me(knowing I am one), yet are constantly nagging me to take them to the range.

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HR, use it.
Link Posted: 12/11/2013 11:00:03 AM EST
Tell them when it gets to shooty time you don't want them knowing how to shoot, makes it easier to shoot them. Then smile and walk off-doubt if they will ever bother you again one way or another.
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