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  1. Sure you can. You just lie about what you do and do not understand. Playing stupid is almost as good as playing old for certain purposes. It works well as long as you are just playing.
  2. I hope they are stock piling it so they can sell it once it becomes legal for recreational purposes. Keep those bankruptcy lawyers at bay.
  3. Using this logic they should close down the Grand Canyon. You can't protect people from themselves.
  4. lavender

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    The way I read it carrying any gun in a truck no matter how it is done is carrying concealed in PA. There are special circumstances that get you around that but they are specific. It sounds to me that if you just rack your gun and drive around town you are subject to arrest. Correct me if I am wrong. Guns in Vehicles in Pennsylvania Last updated October 23, 2018. No person, even the holder of a license to carry a firearm, may carry a loaded long gun in a vehicle.1 In addition, Pennsylvania law provides that “any person who carries a firearm in any vehicle…without a valid and lawfully issued license…commits a felony.”2 This rule does not apply to: Those traveling to or from target shooting, if the firearm is unloaded with the cartridges or shells carried in a separate container; Officers or employees of the United States duly authorized to carry a concealed firearm; Agents, messengers, or employees of banks or businesses whose duties require them to protect money or other valuable property in the discharge of their duties; Any person engaged in the business of manufacturing, repairing, or dealing in firearms or the agent of such person, having in his or her possession, using, or carrying a firearm in the usual course of business; Any person carrying an unloaded firearm in a secure wrapper between certain places, including the place of purchase or repair to his or her home or place of business, or when moving from one home or business to another; Any person licensed to hunt or fish, if he or she is actually hunting or fishing; A person training dogs during the regular training season; Any person carrying a firearm in a vehicle who possesses a valid and lawfully issued license for that firearm which has been issued under the laws of the U.S. or any other state; A person who had a license to possess a firearm that expired within six months before his or her date of arrest, if the person is otherwise eligible for renewal of the license; and Any person who is otherwise eligible to possess a firearm and who is operating a vehicle which is registered in the person’s name or the name of a spouse or parent and which contains a firearm for which a license has been issued to the spouse or parent owning the firearm.3
  5. lavender

    new truck

    Guns in the hands of people who think of them as tools are a danger to no one. Think of them as sources of power and the problem begins.
  6. Good question! The dog is probably smarter than they are.
  7. Over 800 years old. Old timbers burn fast.
  8. The bears around here yawn at us so I'm doubting your premise. How do I know this? The dog chased one one day and I chased the dog. We were within yards of it when the bear looked over its shoulder and yawned or maybe it was laughing before it ambled up the hill. And I mean ambled. Bears have very expressive faces when you get up close. Dogs can be stupid. So can their owners.
  9. Say! I like green eggs and ham! I do! I like them, Sam-I-am! And I would eat them in a boat! And I would eat them with a goat... And I will eat them in the rain. And in the dark. And on a train. And in a car. And in a tree. They are so goodm so goodm you see! Well why not under a bridge? Dr. Seuss would approve.
  10. If you are going to let someone with a gun loose in a school he should have more than firearms and combat training. This is a crisis situation not a kill zone. A little finesse in dealing with disturbed people and training in hostage type situations might be required. If you don't have the money to train the police I guess you use what you can get and hope for the best. I suspect that one of the arguments for arming teachers is that they are trained to deal with kids and might be more qualified to handle a situation than the police. The gun is just backup and protection.
  11. It probably wouldn't be any worse than salad dressing which is nothing but overly sweet mayonnaise. It might be good on ham to cut the saltiness. I'm willing to give it a try.
  12. No, I meant the Roomba was cute but dumb. Mine used to get its programming confused and take off without permission. She seems to be easily spooked. If I hear funny noises I just go and look. Or maybe the Roomba wasn't very good company and she thought she'd see what the police department could turn out.
  13. I have a couple and they can be set to vacuum on a preset schedule so they can go roaming around on their own. I suppose the thing could have been bumping around upstairs without her realizing that it was doing its thing. They do not close doors however so the bathroom door must have been open and the Roomba plainly visible. They do get stuck a lot or at least the older models do which is probably why it couldn't find its way out of the bathroom. They aren't real bright. Cute but dumb.
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