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  1. Condolences to his family. Mr Glaze apparently led a mean, miserable life. I will not speculate on whether or not this contributed to his actions or beliefs. Let the man be at peace and allow his family to find their own peace in time.
  2. Then again, the idea of democrats changing to saying "you know, we are going to support 2A from now on." will sound exactly like what it is.... Another lie told by the anti-rights groups, only telecast by the anti-gun rights party. And America will know they're being lied to. Wouldn't do a dang thing for them, politically.
  3. Maybe she can hire that Binger person to represent her in court. He's probably going to be looking for a job here pretty soon. He can pick up a pistol and 'muzzle' the jury one handed this time.
  4. But then, what would the cut off for how and when to protect property, and what kind of property? For example... This cop is facing a boat load of trouble for shooting someone trying to steal her car....but... It is a fact, that until recently in Rockford, IF you were working in a shop/factory, and you saw someone just going through your toolbox, and had not actually gotten to the point of taking any tool out of it, you could beat the dog snot out of that individual in front of witnesses. We're talking broken bones and internal injuries. Babbit hammers had other uses besides bashing iron castings into place. Not to mention the uses of a fourteen inch long 1/2 inch drive breaker bar. The would be thief would be fired and thrown out the door. And IF the tool box owner were charged, the judge would automatically declare the tool box owner innocent and dismiss the case the moment he heard the words "I caught him in my toolbox, without permission." Yes, that did happen a few times over the years, the last time maybe seven or eight years ago. Rockford was a manufacturing town, and every judge knew 'how important a man's or woman's tools were'. "I'll loan a tool to you, but steal any tool from me, and I'll ugly you up so bad, your mother would throw up seeing your face." was the common attitude. So, value of property might determine what the court's response would be, but also the community mores and 'customs'. A beat down for stealing tools was a case of "I caught him stealing my tools and gave him his lumps....books balanced" vs. being shot for swiping a cop's car. Different values on property compared to different values on the thief's lives. This could be a fun topic for a while
  5. I kid you not..... I just read a blurb about kinzie-boi thinking seriously about running for President in 2024. Maybe he thinks everyone wants him to be the anti-trump again? Yes, I was laughing as I typed that. Talk about being totally non compos mentis. It's for comic relief, right kinzie-boi?
  6. I heard on the radio that he "was disappointed with the leadership", so he's not going to run again. Yeah........ right.......sure thing, son. He knows he took a dump in the potato salad with the IL GOP. The taint of "backstabbing traitor" has followed him from the day he turned anti-GOP and anti Trump. He'd be beat in the primaries by a turd wearing a hat, and he knows it. He has no integrity, so he wants to save his pride. Lot of good that will do him when he headlines a show on CNN. JMHO
  7. Now if only all the LEO agencies would let their own unruly children know what could happen to LEOs that still have the "We're the ONLY ones...." syndrome. There is a good chance this traffic cop is going to cost his department and city a lot of money for his attitude.
  8. I was talking to a guy I used to work with back in ill-annoyed. He said he was getting his carry permit re-newed. All he had to do was go online to the IL State Police website and fill out a couple of forms for it. No classes, no shooting requirement, just update any info and he'd be golden. Did someone get rid of the required renewal class and certificate whoop-la to renew? Or is my friend getting hoaxed and possibly ripped off? I'd appreciate any direction and facts on this.
  9. WAIT. Consider, when you do get your CCL, you will have to use your new address, too. A CCL address different from your FOID address is just one more little, itty-bitty thing to possibly delay your CCL later. From what I've been reading, why add another six weeks to the built-in delay everyone is having, anyway? Hold off on getting the FOID until you have your new address, and not worry about thing that could pop up as a problem. Also, why pay double for the FOID. for the new corrected address card? JMHO
  10. Good. Now, make sure the local judicial system admin refunds any and ALL fines paid out by the victims, the McCloskeys. And just to make sure justice is met, indict, try, convict and sentence the whole district attorney's office and staff for their actions to falsely imprison an obviously innocent couple for political gain. 20 years in State prison with million dollar fines each sounds about right.
  11. To get that reaction, I'd almost bet he texted "BOOGIE BOOGIE BOOGIE" like that one scene in the cemetery from Porkys II. (picture if you will, multiple pansies soiling themselves and crying while running for a safe space to get the good coloring books and blue-est colored crayons.) It's settled then, San Fran is home to the most abject failures of those trying to be adults in the country. What a bunch of woosies.........if they breed and reproduce, we're doomed.
  12. It's fitting that the Fast Track project sited in the article was from NYC. Politics being what they were at the time, the "Sullivan Act" of New York was blatant racism in it's foulest form. It was loudly touted to be the answer to the problem of "foul, degenerate, illiterate gangsters, the mentally incompetent, general dregs of society and habitual inbred criminals" getting their hands on guns and befouling the civilization and beauty of the city of New York. Just who were the degenerates, gangsters, criminals and sub-human types the law targeted? The Irish, of course. Blatant racism indeed. De Blasio obviously read a history book along with Mein Kampf, Mao's little red book and Marx's manifesto. jmho
  13. Either you are being facetious or you are ignorant on the way that dogs are trained to alert to odors. Kinda facetious about the Hoppe's #9 and bacon grease. But yes, quite a few 'drug' dogs were addicted to the various odors of the narcotics they were 'trained' for. It was the quickest and easiest way to get a dog to alert on a drug, even though cruel and almost unethical. I didn't way it was the best, or only way to train a dog, just that it was the fastest way to get a dog to work. The turnover in dogs could be fierce over time. You could never tell when a dog was done with the industry, or 'lost it's nose'. Hopefully, it's different now. But then I have no idea of the process these days, just what it was in the olden days. My original post should have specified more clearly that my exposure to the industry was from decades ago. The owner of the dog service that 'screened' the Sears Tower in Chicago for just one of his contracts (for explosives) did take me on a tour of his vaults and bunkers. I wasn't allowed past the cage doors to the drug vaults. The paperwork would have been ridiculous, let alone the possibility of losing his multiple licenses, apparently. The people that keep track of those things in those places are serious. Very very serious.
  14. "Firearm Detecting Dogs".....yeah, right. Perhaps IF you cleaned and lubed your 1911 with bacon grease...... One of the easiest and quickest ways to train a 'drug' dog to alert on an odor, is to get the dog addicted to the substance that makes that odor. Every 'drug' dog up until maybe the late 1990's to the early 2010's was an addict to weed, heroin, meth, etc. Cruel, but efficient. Now what, someone has addicted a beagle to Hoppe's #9?
  15. Only carry the FOID IF I'm planning on purchasing a firearm. The FOID card number is still too old to match my LTC number, and all I hear from FFL's is they can't do the IL BGC with LTC numbers, the system is only rigged up for FOID numbers. I didn't automatically get an updated FOID when I got the LTC. Some people do, but I haven't. Aside from that, the FOID stays in the desk.
  16. Excellent point... Might I recommend a "Meijer Meander"? or a "Rural King Stroll"? or better yet, a "Mom and Pop's Local Gun Store Hike"? I haven't been to Wally or Sams for more than a month now....I paid off my credit card bill to them last month, I owe them nada. They will never see me nor my money there again.....Wally can go bankrupt for all I care.
  17. Hi there, what's up? Hello? anyone here? Guess not, ah well......off to wally world I go.
  18. Okay, one takeaway from this "armed shoppers are hampering our investigation" noise. Should you be in Wally World and you have to draw-in-place during a shooting somewhere in the store.... ,,,,,,Take a moment to stare directly into the ceiling camera bulb so you can be seen and dismissed later. Problem solved. Now to go do my 487th Wally-Walk today.
  19. There a a couple of good terms to use "The chair is against the wall. The chair is against the wall" If that doesn't work, try "John has a long mustache, John has a long mustache."
  20. Yeah, that twit used a Bloomberg article for a reference. She's either an intentional or unintentional LIAR. Disregard at your own convienence
  21. brianj's an ELF-HEAD!!!! That lyric raced through my head when I read BShawn's post. Tarkus rules
  22. If I recall, the biggest problem with getting the Florida permit is finding a police station that will do the fingerprint cards. Some do, some don't. And double check the instructions about filling out the agency's info......
  23. As far as what to tell the Wally world LEO wanna-bes that think they can grab your arm and detain you, the line I used was "Son, you let go of me right now, or your will be drawing back a bloody stump." He let go, stepped back and looked worried. Good.
  24. I would never have admitted that. Did you happen to pick up any pillow shams while you ere there? Hey, don't mock necessary applications of domesticity. If you're single, they will often make the difference between someone spending an enjoyable night or leaving you by yourself in your sock-and-stale-pizza-reeking bachelor pad. And if you are married/coupled, they rack up points to cash in when you bring home that new but completely unneeded double-stack/what-have-you range queen toy which was not in any way already budgeted for. It's a sound strategy. True. Properly done, getting something nice for the home can earn you the right to clean a catfish on the living room coffee table with no hassle.
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