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"Hige sceal þe heardra, heorte þe cenre, mod sceal þe mare, þe ure mægen lytlað…"
Well, before that meeting happens, y'all trot tight over to the local Indy-city Stein Mart and check out the 'fishermans' vests they have on sale for about 15.00$A definite-NON-shoot-em-first look: don't even really look like fishy-outdooorsy type vest. At least the khakis and blue ones don't. Size tags aren't accurate; gotta try each one on, too.The black version has strange ersatz-mil-looking horizontal zippers on the pockets. Michael Jackson Tour model? I dunno. I like vests that say 'aged wimpy bookworm, that should be walking with a cane and is chronically poor-flat broke' A lot less trubbles from either side of the law, I think. Nuthin' to steal and nothin' to roust -- and "never show a gun until it is in the act of being legally put to defensible use", is my motto.With Indy's NU-People's Republic safety director, it may come down to wearing a nun-habit or priest's garb in order to hide the CCW charms for warding off evil intent, or possibly just carry the safety-approved big rubber ducky which The New Competent Authority from Noo Yawk might find to be OK, but just on Sunday strolls.Fashion reports welcome. But really, I have yet to see a dedicated and advertised-to-gun-magazine-readers CCW vest, that really looks like it isn't hiding Something. They're getting better, but have a loooong way to go, as a common and unnoticable item of everyday dress.These ain't too bad, 'cause shure as hell an outdoors person did not design them.J, t Rwith designs for daily safety, rambling thru his haid.
"With Indy's NU-People's Republic safety director, it may come down to wearing a nun-habit or priest's garb in order to hide the CCW charms for warding off evil intent, or possibly just carry the safety-approved big rubber ducky which The New Competent Authority from Noo Yawk might find to be OK, but just on Sunday strolls."Staub can hate on guns all he wants to. He can hate on gravity, too, for all the good it'll do him; we've got a pretty stout state preemption law.
Tam,That would be a commentary on the man's state of belief, not on any actuality he can instantly realize politically, for the mere verbal evoking of his displeasure. From my NW Ohio perspective, armed Hoosiers are very well situated, and as you note, are in an excellent defensible position vis a vis CCW.Anymore, when I see Published Pinata's such as expressed in his Eastern Liberal-oppressor Platitudes, I take a swing out habitual reflex: a gag reflex.Somehow my small tolerance for such deadly inanity, has worn thru to a corroded and jagged edge. Lately, when reading or listening to such excreta, out of the corner of my mind I catch a vision of flickering-screen burning buildings, under siege by Federal Special Enforcers, while talking heads justify the necessity of making the country Safe for Safety.The Staubs of this world deserve the welcome they receive.John, the Red
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