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Thoughts and Prayers and All That Other Crap We Always Say!

Gator6x4

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Gaytor's BS is the real deflection .. Dumbass.

Please explain "Statistics on non-registered guns". They're NON-REGISTERED .. you Dumbass!
“There is no comprehensive national system of gun registration. In fact, federal law prohibits the use of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) to create any system of registration of firearms or firearm owners.”


And you call Mace and me Dumbass”. If you want to know what a dumbass looks like, go look in the mirror.
 

lostcreekranch

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“There is no comprehensive national system of gun registration. In fact, federal law prohibits the use of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) to create any system of registration of firearms or firearm owners.”


And you call Mace and me Dumbass”. If you want to know what a dumbass looks like, go look in the mirror.
You're the Dumbass claiming "statistics" on "un-registered guns" .. Dumbass.

Now .. you claim that there's no system of registration of legally acquired weapons?

Which is it .. Dumbass??

You lie .. about your lies.
 

Gator6x4

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You're the Dumbass claiming "statistics" on "un-registered guns" .. Dumbass.

Now .. you claim that there's no system of registration of legally acquired weapons?

Which is it .. Dumbass??

You lie .. about your lies.
More of your circler jerk. I ask you and Schrute Farm again how are you going to identify the "ILLEGAL GUNS" you are demanding be seized?

Now go think up some more of your denial lies.
 

lostcreekranch

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More of your circler jerk. I ask you and Schrute Farm again how are you going to identify the "ILLEGAL GUNS" you are demanding be seized?

Now go think up some more of your denial lies.
NYC took thousands of illegal guns, from the streets, during Rudy's administration. It was only discontinued .. when the liberal loons got in the way.

You really don't want to solve the problem .. you only want to whine about it.

BTW .. what is this "circler jerk" you speak of. Is that what happens .. when you and Mace go dancing?
 

Gator6x4

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NYC took thousands of illegal guns, from the streets, during Rudy's administration. It was only discontinued .. when the liberal loons got in the way.

You really don't want to solve the problem .. you only want to whine about it.

BTW .. what is this "circler jerk" you speak of. Is that what happens .. when you and Mace go dancing?

NY City’s stop and frisk was stopped when the Courts Ruled “Stop and Frisk” was unconstitutional. How did NY know the guns were illegal ? Are the guns you own illegal ? Please explain How someone would know a gun is legal or illegal since there is no national gun or firearm registration law.

What you are advocating is doing away with your revered 2nd amendment.

I know just throw Federal law and State law out the window and do as you, Schrute and PRNDL say do right.

 

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Sad really sad.

Indeed. First thing such a person needs to do when he's sure there are no other illegal shooters around is to put their gun on the ground so they aren't mistaken for one of the bad guys. I'm not sure if that's the case here but I recall one case that made the news where that's what happened to the good samaritan.
 

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NY City’s stop and frisk was stopped when the Courts Ruled “Stop and Frisk” was unconstitutional. How did NY know the guns were illegal ? Are the guns you own illegal ? Please explain How someone would know a gun is legal or illegal since there is no national gun or firearm registration law.

What you are advocating is doing away with your revered 2nd amendment.

I know just throw Federal law and State law out the window and do as you, Schrute and PRNDL say do right.

Fixed for you .. Dumbass!

NY City’s stop and frisk was stopped when the LIBERAL (ACLU Backed) Courts Ruled “Stop and Frisk” was unconstitutional.

You're a typical liberal .. offering ZERO solutions .. while attacking anyone else's reasonable suggestions.

You really .. don't want a solution to illegal guns .. as long as you can use it .. as a political issue.
 

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Indeed. First thing such a person needs to do when he's sure there are no other illegal shooters around is to put their gun on the ground so they aren't mistaken for one of the bad guys. I'm not sure if that's the case here but I recall one case that made the news where that's what happened to the good samaritan.
You should probably get some REAL defensive training .. or .. just STFU. Some idiot (Gaytor) may read your post
 

Gator6x4

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You should probably get some REAL defensive training .. or .. just STFU. Some idiot (Gaytor) may read your post
There is a lot of difference in defensive training and that of to be standing in the middle of an active shooter incident with a AR -15 in your hands when the police arrive.

This is what he EXPERTS advise.

RUN: Evacuate If Possible
  • If there is considerable distance between you and the gunfire/armed person, quickly move away from the sound of the gunfire/armed person. If the gunfire/armed person is in your building and it is safe to do so, run out of the building and move far away until you are in a secure place to hide.
  • Leave your belongings behind.
  • Keep your hands visible to law enforcement.
  • Take others with you, but do not stay behind because others will not go.
  • Call 911 when it is safe to do so. Do not assume that someone else has reported the incident. The information that you are able to provide law enforcement may be critical, e.g. number of shooters, physical description and identification, number and type(s) of weapons, and location of the shooter.
HIDE: Hide silently in as safe a place as possible
  • If the shooter is in close proximity and you cannot evacuate safely, hide in an area out of the armed person’s view.
  • Choose a hiding place with thicker walls and fewer windows, if possible.
  • Lock doors and barricade with furniture, if possible.
  • Turn off lights
  • Silence phones and turn off other electronics.
  • Close windows, shades and blinds, and avoid being seen from outside the room, if possible.
  • If you are outdoors and cannot RUN safely, find a place to hide that will provide protection from gunfire such as a brick wall, large trees or buildings.
  • Remain in place until you receive an “all clear” signal from Blackboard Connect.
FIGHT: Take action to disrupt or incapacitate the shooter
  • As a last resort, fight. If you cannot evacuate or hide safely and only when your life is in imminent danger, take action.
  • Attempt to incapacitate or disrupt the actions of the shooter.
  • Act with physical aggression toward the shooter.
  • Use items in your area such as fire extinguishers or chairs.
  • Throw items at the shooter if possible.
  • Call 911 when it is safe to do so.
Immediately after an incident:
  • Wait for Local Law Enforcement officers to assist you out of the building, if inside.
  • When law enforcement arrives, students and employees must display empty hands with open palms.
Note:
  • Understand that gunfire may sound artificial. Assume that any popping sound is gunfire.
  • If there are two or more persons in the same place when a violent incident begins, you should spread out in the room to avoid offering the aggressor an easy target.
  • Be mindful that violent attacks can involve any type of weapon, not just a gun. Knives, blunt objects, physical force or explosives can be just as deadly as a gun. The suggested actions provided here are applicable in any violent encounter.
  • Plan ahead: Visualize possible escape routes, including physically accessible routes for students and staff with disabilities and others with limited mobility.
 

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There is a lot of difference in defensive training and that of to be standing in the middle of an active shooter incident with a AR -15 in your hands when the police arrive.

This is what he EXPERTS advise.

RUN: Evacuate If Possible
  • If there is considerable distance between you and the gunfire/armed person, quickly move away from the sound of the gunfire/armed person. If the gunfire/armed person is in your building and it is safe to do so, run out of the building and move far away until you are in a secure place to hide.
  • Leave your belongings behind.
  • Keep your hands visible to law enforcement.
  • Take others with you, but do not stay behind because others will not go.
  • Call 911 when it is safe to do so. Do not assume that someone else has reported the incident. The information that you are able to provide law enforcement may be critical, e.g. number of shooters, physical description and identification, number and type(s) of weapons, and location of the shooter.
HIDE: Hide silently in as safe a place as possible
  • If the shooter is in close proximity and you cannot evacuate safely, hide in an area out of the armed person’s view.
  • Choose a hiding place with thicker walls and fewer windows, if possible.
  • Lock doors and barricade with furniture, if possible.
  • Turn off lights
  • Silence phones and turn off other electronics.
  • Close windows, shades and blinds, and avoid being seen from outside the room, if possible.
  • If you are outdoors and cannot RUN safely, find a place to hide that will provide protection from gunfire such as a brick wall, large trees or buildings.
  • Remain in place until you receive an “all clear” signal from Blackboard Connect.
FIGHT: Take action to disrupt or incapacitate the shooter
  • As a last resort, fight. If you cannot evacuate or hide safely and only when your life is in imminent danger, take action.
  • Attempt to incapacitate or disrupt the actions of the shooter.
  • Act with physical aggression toward the shooter.
  • Use items in your area such as fire extinguishers or chairs.
  • Throw items at the shooter if possible.
  • Call 911 when it is safe to do so.
Immediately after an incident:
  • Wait for Local Law Enforcement officers to assist you out of the building, if inside.
  • When law enforcement arrives, students and employees must display empty hands with open palms.
Note:
  • Understand that gunfire may sound artificial. Assume that any popping sound is gunfire.
  • If there are two or more persons in the same place when a violent incident begins, you should spread out in the room to avoid offering the aggressor an easy target.
  • Be mindful that violent attacks can involve any type of weapon, not just a gun. Knives, blunt objects, physical force or explosives can be just as deadly as a gun. The suggested actions provided here are applicable in any violent encounter.
  • Plan ahead: Visualize possible escape routes, including physically accessible routes for students and staff with disabilities and others with limited mobility.
More plagiarism Gaytor?
 

lostcreekranch

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Nope the title at the top which you can’t read plainly states, “This is what the experts say”.

I know more of those facts and truth to really upset you.:love::love:
You plagiarized someone else's words .. and gave no attribution.

Why do you do that?? Do you believe that we'll think they're YOUR words?

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