• Assault on 2nd amendment

    From Ryedawg@VERT to All on Wed Feb 18 18:01:37 2009
    A Illinois lawmaker is proposing that gun owners be required to carry personal liability insurance of 1 million $$$$ in that state.

    That is the stupidest thing I have ever heard. All it is is another attempt to restrict access to guns. Hope this insurance idea doesn't catch on in other states.



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  • From Corey@VERT to Ryedawg on Wed Feb 18 20:00:42 2009
    Re: Assault on 2nd amendment
    By: Ryedawg to All on Wed Feb 18 2009 06:01 pm

    A Illinois lawmaker is proposing that gun owners be required to carry person liability insurance of 1 million $$$$ in that state.

    That is the stupidest thing I have ever heard. All it is is another attempt restrict access to guns. Hope this insurance idea doesn't catch on in other states.



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    they miss read the thing anyways, IT says, We have the right to Bear Arms.
    not wolf arms, not badger arms, not lion arms, Bear Arms! duh...

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  • From Smole@VERT to Corey on Thu Feb 19 02:49:04 2009
    Re: Assault on 2nd amendment
    By: Corey to Ryedawg on Wed Feb 18 2009 08:00 pm

    they miss read the thing anyways, IT says, We have the right to Bear Arms. not wolf arms, not badger arms, not lion arms, Bear Arms! duh...

    You Do have the right to bear arms. It does NOT give you the right to do so without impunity. Therefore insurance is a GOOD idea.
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  • From Gandolf@VERT to All on Thu Feb 19 12:40:50 2009

    You Do have the right to bear arms. It does NOT give you the right to do
    so
    without impunity. Therefore insurance is a GOOD idea.
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    Exactly what part of the phrase "shall not be infringed" does Smole not understand?
    In other words, "without impunity" is directly implied in the second amendment.
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  • From Smole@VERT to Gandolf on Thu Feb 19 13:30:33 2009
    Re: Smole's knowledge on the 2nd amendment.
    By: Gandolf to All on Thu Feb 19 2009 12:40 pm


    You Do have the right to bear arms. It does NOT give you the right to do so
    without impunity. Therefore insurance is a GOOD idea.
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    Exactly what part of the phrase "shall not be infringed" does Smole not understand?
    In other words, "without impunity" is directly implied in the second amendment.

    So. Using YOUR logic, if you are using a gun to defend YOUR property and you accidentally kill someone that was not involved in the crime, based on YOUR reasoning you are saying that the family of the wrongly-killed victim can NOT sue you, or that YOU cannot be held liable for killing an innocent person? I think that YOU need to study the law. There is a big difference between impunity and infringed. What part do YOU not understand?

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  • From Blazzze@VERT to Ryedawg on Thu Feb 19 19:09:00 2009
    Ryedawg wrote to All <=-

    A Illinois lawmaker is proposing that gun owners be required to carry personal liability insurance of 1 million $$$$ in that state.

    Yea...it's pretty stupid. And I think it's "AN Illinois lawmaker...".

    Take care,

    Brian

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  • From Gandolf@VERT to All on Thu Feb 19 20:09:43 2009
    So. Using YOUR logic, if you are using a gun to defend YOUR property and
    you
    accidentally kill someone that was not involved in the crime, based on
    YOUR
    reasoning you are saying that the family of the wrongly-killed victim can NOT
    sue you, or that YOU cannot be held liable for killing an innocent person?
    I
    think that YOU need to study the law. There is a big difference between impunity and infringed. What part do YOU not understand?

    I've already defended my house, family, and my own life with my firearms.
    No "innocent bystanders" were harmed in the process.

    "IF" is not, nor ever will be, a logical retort for a philosophy you don't agree with.
    (Refer to above quote of "IF" I harm innocent bystanders.)

    Quit your whining and start arguing with provable data instead of using hypothetical, gun-grabbing rhetoric.

    P.S. I've studied the law well enough to get my concealed license AND use
    my concealed license alongside my firearm to defend life and property.
    To date, the CCW is still mine, and my weapons are still mine, and 29 states (reciprocity laws) have absolutely no problem with that.
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  • From Ryedawg@VERT to Blazzze on Thu Feb 19 19:34:47 2009
    Ryedawg wrote to All <=-

    A Illinois lawmaker is proposing that gun owners be required to carry personal liability insurance of 1 million $$$$ in that state.

    Yea...it's pretty stupid. And I think it's "AN Illinois lawmaker...".

    Take care,

    Brian

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    Wow, thanks so much for correcting me. Now you can get back to shooting up
    some cars in your backyard.
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  • From Smole@VERT to Gandolf on Fri Feb 20 02:46:40 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on the 2nd amendment.
    By: Gandolf to All on Thu Feb 19 2009 08:09 pm

    So. Using YOUR logic, if you are using a gun to defend YOUR property and you
    accidentally kill someone that was not involved in the crime, based on YOUR
    reasoning you are saying that the family of the wrongly-killed victim can NOT
    sue you, or that YOU cannot be held liable for killing an innocent person? I
    think that YOU need to study the law. There is a big difference between impunity and infringed. What part do YOU not understand?

    I've already defended my house, family, and my own life with my firearms.
    No "innocent bystanders" were harmed in the process.

    "IF" is not, nor ever will be, a logical retort for a philosophy you don't agree with.
    (Refer to above quote of "IF" I harm innocent bystanders.)

    Quit your whining and start arguing with provable data instead of using hypothetical, gun-grabbing rhetoric.

    P.S. I've studied the law well enough to get my concealed license AND use my concealed license alongside my firearm to defend life and property.
    To date, the CCW is still mine, and my weapons are still mine, and 29 states (reciprocity laws) have absolutely no problem with that.

    Dude,
    I never ONCE stated that I was against the law. I wholeheartedly AGREE with the law. My argument is over the difference between INFRINGED and IMPUNITY.
    Calm down,take a Xanax and relax. I'd hate to get shot.

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  • From Blazzze@VERT to Ryedawg on Fri Feb 20 10:30:00 2009
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    Wow, thanks so much for correcting me. Now you can get back to shooting
    up some cars in your backyard.

    I would, but I doubt my insurance company will sell me a $1M policy for ANYTHING gun-related.


    Take care,

    Brian


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  • From Gandolf@VERT to All on Fri Feb 20 12:16:45 2009
    Dude,
    I never ONCE stated that I was against the law. I wholeheartedly AGREE
    with the
    law. My argument is over the difference between INFRINGED and IMPUNITY.
    Calm down,take a Xanax and relax. I'd hate to get shot.

    Typical liberal tactics. You're afraid of getting shot (Quote from above: "I'd hate to get shot") because someone who owns a gun has the intestinal fortitude of legitimately arguing and rebutting (NOT threatening) the
    ideology that guns are bad.

    Back to the subject of infringed vs. impunity.
    The right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. (aka VIOLATED.) Impunity is defined as "exception from punishment or loss." http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&hs=wau&defl=en&q=define:impunity&ei=Ue-eSaTWBOPetge0hv35DA&sa=X&oi=glossary_definition&ct=title

    If owning a firearm is not to be violated, how the hell do you think you're going to punish someone for exercising his/her 2nd amendment right for
    merely owning a firearm?

    Am I the only one here that recognizes the underlying hypocrisy here?

    P.S. I accidentally typed "without impunity" in my first response to Smole.
    I meant to say "WITH impunity." (Directly meaning that merely owning a firearm shall NOT be an offense, nor shall it be punishable.)

    Gotta love those typing gremlins.
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  • From Smole@VERT to Gandolf on Fri Feb 20 13:08:13 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on the 2nd amendment.
    By: Gandolf to All on Fri Feb 20 2009 12:16 pm

    If owning a firearm is not to be violated, how the hell do you think you're going to punish someone for exercising his/her 2nd amendment right for merely owning a firearm?

    If you TRULY believe that should you accidentally shoot someone OTHER than the intended target while defending yourself and/or your property AND that you're exempt from either civil OR criminal penalties, YOU'RE the one living in a dream world.
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  • From Gandolf@VERT to All on Sun Feb 22 14:43:06 2009
    If you TRULY believe that should you accidentally shoot someone OTHER than the
    intended target while defending yourself and/or your property AND that you're
    exempt from either civil OR criminal penalties, YOU'RE the one living in a dream world.
    www.ralphsmole.com
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    And exactly where did you extrapolate the above statement from? I am
    certain as hell it wasn't from anything I said.

    Citing what I said:
    "how the hell do you think you're going to punish someone for exercising his/her 2nd amendment right for merely owning a firearm?"


    Let's review. I said OWNING a firearm. OWNING a firearm should NEVER be punished. I have ALWAYS said that, and I have not said otherwise.
    Somehow, someway, you seem to correlate OWNING a firearm is somehow
    equivalent (or directly related) to SHOOTING INNOCENT BYSTANDERS.

    If you genuinely believe those two statements are the same, then you have no business debating 2nd amendment rights.

    Back to your original statement of insurance for weapons owners: Insurance for weapons holders is stupid. It is another way of government to control
    the common citizen from otherwise legally owning a firearm for lawful uses. (SUCH AS SELF DEFENSE.)

    Requiring $1 million insurance for weapons holders ensures that only the
    rich have guns, and the "common folk" (90+ percent of the population) does not.

    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 million insurance policy for ANYTHING?
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  • From Ryedawg@VERT to Gandolf on Mon Feb 23 13:11:32 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on the 2nd amendment.
    By: Gandolf to All on Sun Feb 22 2009 02:43 pm

    If you TRULY believe that should you accidentally shoot someone OTHER than the
    intended target while defending yourself and/or your property AND that you're
    exempt from either civil OR criminal penalties, YOU'RE the one living in a dream world.
    www.ralphsmole.com
    www.freewebs.com/ralphsmole
    bullishmcgee@gmail.com

    And exactly where did you extrapolate the above statement from? I am certain as hell it wasn't from anything I said.

    Citing what I said:
    "how the hell do you think you're going to punish someone for exercising his/her 2nd amendment right for merely owning a firearm?"


    Let's review. I said OWNING a firearm. OWNING a firearm should NEVER be punished. I have ALWAYS said that, and I have not said otherwise.
    Somehow, someway, you seem to correlate OWNING a firearm is somehow equivalent (or directly related) to SHOOTING INNOCENT BYSTANDERS.

    If you genuinely believe those two statements are the same, then you have no business debating 2nd amendment rights.

    Back to your original statement of insurance for weapons owners: Insurance for weapons holders is stupid. It is another way of government to control the common citizen from otherwise legally owning a firearm for lawful uses. (SUCH AS SELF DEFENSE.)

    Requiring $1 million insurance for weapons holders ensures that only the rich have guns, and the "common folk" (90+ percent of the population) does not.

    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 million insurance policy for ANYTHING?

    You just hit the target head on. I commend you. You can almost be certain that the out of control federal government and the soon to be gun-grabbing Obama administration will take Illinois' idea and run with it.

    But to the Obama Kool-aid drinkers your statement is crazy talk. Your just using "Taliban-like" tactics.


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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Gandolf on Mon Feb 23 15:11:42 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on the 2nd amendment.
    By: Gandolf to All on Sun Feb 22 2009 02:43 pm

    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 million insurance policy for ANYTHING?

    What makes you think *I* can? :-)

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  • From Gandolf@VERT to All on Mon Feb 23 17:30:48 2009
    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 million
    insurance policy for ANYTHING?

    What makes you think *I* can? :-)

    Most of us here are professional computer nerds.
    You're the only one with international notoriety, and therefore run the most "risk" for being much richer than the rest of us.
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  • From Deuce@VERT to Gandolf on Mon Feb 23 18:57:17 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on the 2nd amendment.
    By: Gandolf to All on Sun Feb 22 2009 02:43 pm

    Requiring $1 million insurance for weapons holders ensures that only the rich have guns, and the "common folk" (90+ percent of the population) does not.

    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 million insurance policy for ANYTHING?

    $1 million liability insurance? It's not that expensive... ask whoever you get your homeowners insurance from about it. MetLife offers it from $200/yr...

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  • From Deuce@VERT to Digital Man on Mon Feb 23 18:58:16 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on the 2nd amendment.
    By: Digital Man to Gandolf on Mon Feb 23 2009 03:11 pm

    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 million insurance policy for ANYTHING?

    What makes you think *I* can? :-)

    Cause your home was insured last year? :-)

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Gandolf on Mon Feb 23 23:36:06 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on the 2nd amendment.
    By: Gandolf to All on Mon Feb 23 2009 05:30 pm

    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 million
    insurance policy for ANYTHING?

    What makes you think *I* can? :-)

    Most of us here are professional computer nerds.
    You're the only one with international notoriety, and therefore run the
    most "risk" for being much richer than the rest of us.

    Nah. Notoriety does not always equal income, and I think that's particularly true for hobby "industries" such as ours.

    The richest among "us" are probably some of the more anonymous folks.

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Deuce on Mon Feb 23 23:36:51 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on the 2nd amendment.
    By: Deuce to Digital Man on Mon Feb 23 2009 06:58 pm

    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on the 2nd amendment.
    By: Digital Man to Gandolf on Mon Feb 23 2009 03:11 pm

    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 million insurance policy for ANYTHING?

    What makes you think *I* can? :-)

    Cause your home was insured last year? :-)

    Well, then that depends on what your definition of "afford" is. :-)

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  • From Smole@VERT to Digital Man on Tue Feb 24 02:43:59 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on the 2nd amendment.
    By: Digital Man to Gandolf on Mon Feb 23 2009 11:36 pm

    Most of us here are professional computer nerds.
    You're the only one with international notoriety, and therefore run the most "risk" for being much richer than the rest of us.

    Last time I checked,Synch was open-source. How exactly does open-source software make one a millionaire?
    Hmm.. :-)

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  • From Gandolf@VERT to All on Tue Feb 24 08:52:51 2009
    Most of us here are professional computer nerds.
    You're the only one with international notoriety, and therefore run
    the
    most "risk" for being much richer than the rest of us.

    Last time I checked,Synch was open-source. How exactly does open-source software make one a millionaire?
    Hmm.. :-)

    It didn't start that way....
    Hmmm.....
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  • From Gandolf@VERT to All on Tue Feb 24 08:55:22 2009
    Nah. Notoriety does not always equal income, and I think that's
    particularly
    true for hobby "industries" such as ours.

    Very true.
    It was still fun to poke you in the ribs a little...
    Glad you took it well. (Got a laugh out of it too!)
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  • From Blazzze@VERT to Gandolf on Wed Feb 25 15:38:00 2009
    Gandolf wrote to All <=-

    Requiring $1 million insurance for weapons holders ensures that only
    the rich have guns, and the "common folk" (90+ percent of the
    population) does not.

    Funny that the same people who despise the wealthy are the very ones who
    will be making this into a have/have not issue.

    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 million insurance policy for ANYTHING?

    I've wondered, being from Illinois, just what a $1M insurance policy
    would cost. Alex Trebek is often soliciting money for big Life policies
    from some company during the Price is Right. It seems that the payments
    are reasonably low. Just what, exactly, does a $1M insurance policy come
    to in monthly payments? I don't support it, I just wonder what they'll
    be demanding from me eventually.


    Take care,

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  • From Deuce@VERT to Blazzze on Thu Feb 26 18:25:28 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Blazzze to Gandolf on Wed Feb 25 2009 03:38 pm

    I've wondered, being from Illinois, just what a $1M insurance policy
    would cost. Alex Trebek is often soliciting money for big Life policies from some company during the Price is Right. It seems that the payments
    are reasonably low. Just what, exactly, does a $1M insurance policy come
    to in monthly payments? I don't support it, I just wonder what they'll
    be demanding from me eventually.

    Met Life sells it starting at $17/mo.

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  • From Smole@VERT to Deuce on Fri Feb 27 03:02:42 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Deuce to Blazzze on Thu Feb 26 2009 06:25 pm

    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Blazzze to Gandolf on Wed Feb 25 2009 03:38 pm

    I've wondered, being from Illinois, just what a $1M insurance policy would cost. Alex Trebek is often soliciting money for big Life policies from some company during the Price is Right. It seems that the payments are reasonably low. Just what, exactly, does a $1M insurance policy come to in monthly payments? I don't support it, I just wonder what they'll be demanding from me eventually.

    Met Life sells it starting at $17/mo.


    Damn! Even Ryedawg can afford that even with his salary as a goat-blower.

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  • From Ryedawg@VERT to Smole on Fri Feb 27 15:22:44 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Smole to Deuce on Fri Feb 27 2009 03:02 am

    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Deuce to Blazzze on Thu Feb 26 2009 06:25 pm

    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Blazzze to Gandolf on Wed Feb 25 2009 03:38 pm

    I've wondered, being from Illinois, just what a $1M insurance policy would cost. Alex Trebek is often soliciting money for big Life polici from some company during the Price is Right. It seems that the paymen are reasonably low. Just what, exactly, does a $1M insurance policy c to in monthly payments? I don't support it, I just wonder what they'l be demanding from me eventually.

    Met Life sells it starting at $17/mo.


    Damn! Even Ryedawg can afford that even with his salary as a goat-blower.

    www.ralphsmole.com
    www.freewebs.com/ralphsmole
    bullishmcgee@gmail.com

    You can think what you want. At least my family isn't trailer trash. I had a good laugh looking at your site. Haven't laughed that hard in a while.

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  • From Gandolf@VERT to All on Fri Feb 27 16:51:35 2009
    Met Life sells it starting at $17/mo.


    Damn! Even Ryedawg can afford that even with his salary as a
    goat-blower.

    www.ralphsmole.com
    www.freewebs.com/ralphsmole
    bullishmcgee@gmail.com

    You can think what you want. At least my family isn't trailer trash. I had
    a
    good laugh looking at your site. Haven't laughed that hard in a while.

    So much for an intellectual conversation on the 2nd amendment.
    <sigh>
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  • From Smole@VERT to Ryedawg on Fri Feb 27 16:22:30 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Ryedawg to Smole on Fri Feb 27 2009 03:22 pm

    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Smole to Deuce on Fri Feb 27 2009 03:02 am

    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Deuce to Blazzze on Thu Feb 26 2009 06:25 pm

    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Blazzze to Gandolf on Wed Feb 25 2009 03:38 pm

    I've wondered, being from Illinois, just what a $1M insurance polic would cost. Alex Trebek is often soliciting money for big Life pol from some company during the Price is Right. It seems that the pay are reasonably low. Just what, exactly, does a $1M insurance polic to in monthly payments? I don't support it, I just wonder what the be demanding from me eventually.

    Met Life sells it starting at $17/mo.


    Damn! Even Ryedawg can afford that even with his salary as a goat-blower.

    www.ralphsmole.com
    www.freewebs.com/ralphsmole
    bullishmcgee@gmail.com

    You can think what you want. At least my family isn't trailer trash. I had a good laugh looking at your site. Haven't laughed that hard in a while.


    Why not post pictures of YOUR family? Oh wait,I forgot..people like you hide behind false identities and cheesy handles. I would too, if I was a racist.

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  • From Ryedawg@VERT to Smole on Fri Feb 27 18:11:59 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Smole to Ryedawg on Fri Feb 27 2009 04:22 pm


    Why not post pictures of YOUR family? Oh wait,I forgot..people like you hide behind false identities and cheesy handles. I would too, if I was a racist.

    www.ralphsmole.com
    www.freewebs.com/ralphsmole
    bullishmcgee@gmail.com

    I put as little of myself on the internet as possible because it is just another way for the government to track you.

    And as far as racist, I guess anyone who disagrees with Barack Hussein Obama is racist. You're right. I am a racist because I don't agree 100% with what Obama is doing.




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  • From Angus McLeod@VERT to Ryedawg on Fri Feb 27 23:49:00 2009
    Re: Assault on 2nd amendment
    By: Ryedawg to All on Wed Feb 18 2009 18:01:00

    A Illinois lawmaker is proposing that gun owners be required to carry person liability insurance of 1 million $$$$ in that state.

    Shoot the bastard!

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  • From Angus McLeod@VERT to Gandolf on Fri Feb 27 23:52:00 2009
    Re: Smole's knowledge on the
    By: Gandolf to All on Thu Feb 19 2009 12:40:00

    In other words, "without impunity" is directly implied in the second amendment.

    WithOUT impunity? Or WITH impunity?

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  • From Angus McLeod@VERT to Gandolf on Fri Feb 27 23:55:00 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Gandolf to All on Sun Feb 22 2009 14:43:00

    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 million insurance policy for ANYTHING?

    Wow, Rob! Did you win the lottery and not tell me?!??

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Angus McLeod on Fri Feb 27 23:48:41 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Angus McLeod to Gandolf on Fri Feb 27 2009 11:55 pm

    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Gandolf to All on Sun Feb 22 2009 14:43:00

    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 million insurance policy for ANYTHING?

    Wow, Rob! Did you win the lottery and not tell me?!??

    Yeah, the lottery of "You get to keep your job and work your fingers to the bone for the rest of your life to pay off your (wife's) debts!" :-)

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  • From Smole@VERT to Angus McLeod on Sat Feb 28 02:43:03 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Angus McLeod to Gandolf on Fri Feb 27 2009 11:55 pm

    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Gandolf to All on Sun Feb 22 2009 14:43:00

    Who in this room (besides Digital Man) can legitimately afford a $1 milli insurance policy for ANYTHING?

    Wow, Rob! Did you win the lottery and not tell me?!??


    Nope. Didn't you hear?? He made a killing selling open-source software! He's now fixing to sell free samples of heart medication to senior citizens :-)

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  • From Gandolf@VERT to All on Sat Feb 28 10:05:45 2009

    "Angus McLeod" <angus.mcleod@ANJO> wrote in message news:49A8B4F0.2020.dove-gun@anjo.com...
    Re: Smole's knowledge on the
    By: Gandolf to All on Thu Feb 19 2009 12:40:00

    In other words, "without impunity" is directly implied in the second amendment.

    WithOUT impunity? Or WITH impunity?

    WITH impunity. I answered that typing gremlin earlier.
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  • From Blazzze@VERT to Deuce on Sat Feb 28 22:38:00 2009
    Deuce wrote to Blazzze <=-

    are reasonably low. Just what, exactly, does a $1M insurance policy come
    to in monthly payments? I don't support it, I just wonder what they'll
    be demanding from me eventually.

    Met Life sells it starting at $17/mo.

    For guns?


    Take care,

    Brian

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  • From Deuce@VERT to Blazzze on Tue Mar 3 02:08:06 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Blazzze to Deuce on Sat Feb 28 2009 10:38 pm

    are reasonably low. Just what, exactly, does a $1M insurance policy
    come to in monthly payments? I don't support it, I just wonder what they'll
    be demanding from me eventually.

    Met Life sells it starting at $17/mo.

    For guns?

    For umbrella excess personal liability. Knives and sheep are covered as well.

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  • From Smole@VERT to Deuce on Tue Mar 3 02:51:43 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Deuce to Blazzze on Tue Mar 03 2009 02:08 am

    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Blazzze to Deuce on Sat Feb 28 2009 10:38 pm

    are reasonably low. Just what, exactly, does a $1M insurance policy come to in monthly payments? I don't support it, I just wonder what they'll
    be demanding from me eventually.

    Met Life sells it starting at $17/mo.

    For guns?

    For umbrella excess personal liability. Knives and sheep are covered as wel


    YEE-HAW! Now they can grab their guns and hold it to the sheep's head while they're baaaaaaaaanging it.

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  • From Ryedawg@VERT to Smole on Tue Mar 3 22:14:23 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Deuce to Blazzze on Tue Mar 03 2009 02:08 am

    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Blazzze to Deuce on Sat Feb 28 2009 10:38 pm

    are reasonably low. Just what, exactly, does a $1M insurance policy come to in monthly payments? I don't support it, I just wonder what they'll
    be demanding from me eventually.

    Met Life sells it starting at $17/mo.

    For guns?

    For umbrella excess personal liability. Knives and sheep are covered as wel

    YEE-HAW! Now they can grab their guns and hold it to the sheep's head while they're baaaaaaaaanging it.

    www.ralphsmole.com
    www.freewebs.com/ralphsmole
    bullishmcgee@gmail.com

    That's your favorite pasttime, holding a gun to a sheep's head while banging it.


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  • From Smole@VERT to Ryedawg on Wed Mar 4 02:50:54 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Ryedawg to Smole on Tue Mar 03 2009 10:14 pm

    That's your favorite pasttime, holding a gun to a sheep's head while banging it.

    Nice ORIGINAL thought. Glad you thought of it!

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  • From Blazzze@VERT to Deuce on Thu Mar 5 06:24:00 2009
    Deuce wrote to Blazzze <=-

    For umbrella excess personal liability. Knives and sheep are covered
    as well.


    Sweet! Do I ask for the GinsEWE Package?


    Take care,

    Brian

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  • From Smole@VERT to Blazzze on Fri Mar 6 03:10:12 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Blazzze to Deuce on Thu Mar 05 2009 06:24 am

    Deuce wrote to Blazzze <=-

    For umbrella excess personal liability. Knives and sheep are covered as well.


    Sweet! Do I ask for the GinsEWE Package?


    Take care,

    Brian

    ... The Penalty Box | Peoria, IL | pbox.servebbs.com

    LMAO!
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  • From Angus McLeod@VERT to Digital Man on Sat Feb 28 19:14:00 2009
    Re: Re: Smole's knowledge on
    By: Digital Man to Angus McLeod on Fri Feb 27 2009 23:48:00

    Wow, Rob! Did you win the lottery and not tell me?!??

    Yeah, the lottery of "You get to keep your job and work your fingers to the bone for the rest of your life to pay off your (wife's) debts!" :-)

    That? I have no difficulty believing! :-)

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