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Old 11-09-2012, 01:13 AM   #51
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"Area of Occupation"

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Sorry but, AO ???????
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Sorry but, AO ???????
unass? Adults Only?
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The term "unass" means to get your butt out of or off of something. "AO" means "area of occupation".

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IIRC "Area of Operation"??

But, what is the purpose of gun rights,

if we lose them in an emergency?

DON'T WE NEED THEM SPECIFICALLY FOR

EMERGENCIES??

What manner of moronic, leftist, PC thinking is this?

Where, in the 2A does it state "except in emergency" ? ? ?
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Bottom line, the law doesn't much matter in case of a real emergency.


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...Where, in the 2A does it state "except in emergency" ? ? ?
Oh, it's in there, right after the part about "any magazine with capacity to hold more than ten rounds is too high".
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IIRC "Area of Operation"??

But, what is the purpose of gun rights,

if we lose them in an emergency?

DON'T WE NEED THEM SPECIFICALLY FOR

EMERGENCIES??

What manner of moronic, leftist, PC thinking is this?

Where, in the 2A does it state "except in emergency" ? ? ?
I agree with you comletely. but there comes a time when reality trumps philosophy.
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My only problem with my weapons and an emergency would be running out of ammo.

I buy to stockpile, but I go and use from the ammo that I have stockpiled. It is a no win situation for me.

I guess that I need counseling.
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I agree with you comletely. but there comes a time when reality trumps philosophy.

More like IDIOCY trumping COMMON SENSE. Anybody with

the horse sense of gravel knows than an emergency is

precisely when you need your gun.
Taking guns away,

during an emergency, is like taking away our toilet paper

when we're taking a crap. What's the point of having it in

the first place ?
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You misunderstood my point.

You "unass your AO" WITH your guns and ammo.

Your home may become indefensible. Suicide stands make heroic stories for your neighbors to tell your grandchildren, but do nothing for you.

Sometimes, the road to victory involves a "Strategic Redeployment.

When your situation is untenable, you retreat and re-group.

Their is nothing dishonorable about fighting a retrograde action when the alternative is defeat.
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Awesome words here!!

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You misunderstood my point.

You "unass your AO" WITH your guns and ammo.

Your home may become indefensible. Suicide stands make heroic stories for your neighbors to tell your grandchildren, but do nothing for you.

Sometimes, the road to victory involves a "Strategic Redeployment.

When your situation is untenable, you retreat and re-group.

Their is nothing dishonorable about fighting a retrograde action when the alternative is defeat.
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