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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby mothra » 13 Jan 2019, 01:33

johnsmith wrote:
SethBullock wrote:My wife got pulled over one time for substantially speeding.

The officer got her license and walked back to his car. When he came back to her car, he didn't cite her. He said, "I never do this", meaning that he never fails to cite someone for speeding as much as she was.

He didn't offer any other explanation, gave her back her license, and walked away. The traffic stop was over.

My wife said she just cried for a few minutes.




She has a license plate frame that says "I (heart shape) My Marine".



Many moons ago, when I was about 20, I was driving home from a night of clubbing ...I'd probably had about a dozen scotch and cokes, and breathalyzers were relatively new back then. I know, I shouldn't drink and drive, but youth and stupidity often go hand in hand.

Anyway, a cop pulled me over for speeding, and when he got to the car I started raving in an excited manner something along the lines of... 'did you see that dickhead in the white commodore, he ran me off the road' (white commodores were probably the most common car on the road, and loved by car hoons). The cop asked which way did he go, I gave the name of a street I'd passed a few minutes earlier. The cop said 'thanks', ran to his car and took off to look for him.

My cousin (who was in the car) and I were stunned that my desperate ploy worked. I didn't think I had a chance. As soon as I saw those flashing lights I thought it was a night in the cells for me. :roll


My favourite ever pulled over by the cops story:

I was 18 and the passenger in my one door Ford Escort. The one door was the driver's door, the passenger side being bashed in. My friend was driving but he only had an out of state license. And we got pulled over because i had no tail lights. We were pulled over on a four lane main road.

So, i climb out through the driver's door and say "sorry officers, i know my tail lights are out, i've got it booked in tomorrow (a bold faced lie)@ and went into charm mode. I explained that my friend was driving as i'd had a couple of drinks but it was my car and i just wanted to be responsible, etc. They fell into my thrall and we started on small talk.

So relieved was i by this turn of events, i reached into my coat pocket for the ciggie i had rolled myself in the car and lit it up ... started puffing away, chatting to the cops.

They started sniffing. I remembered.

"Is that marijuana you're smoking?"

Well yes. Yes it was.

I flicked it into the middle of the four lanes and pulled a pouch of tobacco out of my other pocket and shoved it in their noses and said,

"Dr. Pat. Aromatic blend"

They inhaled, exchanged looks and said .... "Yeah alright, get those lights fixed tomorrow.".

I didn't.
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby SethBullock » 13 Jan 2019, 04:48

mothra wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
SethBullock wrote:My wife got pulled over one time for substantially speeding.

The officer got her license and walked back to his car. When he came back to her car, he didn't cite her. He said, "I never do this", meaning that he never fails to cite someone for speeding as much as she was.

He didn't offer any other explanation, gave her back her license, and walked away. The traffic stop was over.

My wife said she just cried for a few minutes.




She has a license plate frame that says "I (heart shape) My Marine".



Many moons ago, when I was about 20, I was driving home from a night of clubbing ...I'd probably had about a dozen scotch and cokes, and breathalyzers were relatively new back then. I know, I shouldn't drink and drive, but youth and stupidity often go hand in hand.

Anyway, a cop pulled me over for speeding, and when he got to the car I started raving in an excited manner something along the lines of... 'did you see that dickhead in the white commodore, he ran me off the road' (white commodores were probably the most common car on the road, and loved by car hoons). The cop asked which way did he go, I gave the name of a street I'd passed a few minutes earlier. The cop said 'thanks', ran to his car and took off to look for him.

My cousin (who was in the car) and I were stunned that my desperate ploy worked. I didn't think I had a chance. As soon as I saw those flashing lights I thought it was a night in the cells for me. :roll


My favourite ever pulled over by the cops story:

I was 18 and the passenger in my one door Ford Escort. The one door was the driver's door, the passenger side being bashed in. My friend was driving but he only had an out of state license. And we got pulled over because i had no tail lights. We were pulled over on a four lane main road.

So, i climb out through the driver's door and say "sorry officers, i know my tail lights are out, i've got it booked in tomorrow (a bold faced lie)@ and went into charm mode. I explained that my friend was driving as i'd had a couple of drinks but it was my car and i just wanted to be responsible, etc. They fell into my thrall and we started on small talk.

So relieved was i by this turn of events, i reached into my coat pocket for the ciggie i had rolled myself in the car and lit it up ... started puffing away, chatting to the cops.

They started sniffing. I remembered.

"Is that marijuana you're smoking?"

Well yes. Yes it was.

I flicked it into the middle of the four lanes and pulled a pouch of tobacco out of my other pocket and shoved it in their noses and said,

"Dr. Pat. Aromatic blend"

They inhaled, exchanged looks and said .... "Yeah alright, get those lights fixed tomorrow.".

I didn't.


Great story! :rofl
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby mothra » 13 Jan 2019, 05:56

SethBullock wrote:
mothra wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
Many moons ago, when I was about 20, I was driving home from a night of clubbing ...I'd probably had about a dozen scotch and cokes, and breathalyzers were relatively new back then. I know, I shouldn't drink and drive, but youth and stupidity often go hand in hand.

Anyway, a cop pulled me over for speeding, and when he got to the car I started raving in an excited manner something along the lines of... 'did you see that dickhead in the white commodore, he ran me off the road' (white commodores were probably the most common car on the road, and loved by car hoons). The cop asked which way did he go, I gave the name of a street I'd passed a few minutes earlier. The cop said 'thanks', ran to his car and took off to look for him.

My cousin (who was in the car) and I were stunned that my desperate ploy worked. I didn't think I had a chance. As soon as I saw those flashing lights I thought it was a night in the cells for me. :roll


My favourite ever pulled over by the cops story:

I was 18 and the passenger in my one door Ford Escort. The one door was the driver's door, the passenger side being bashed in. My friend was driving but he only had an out of state license. And we got pulled over because i had no tail lights. We were pulled over on a four lane main road.

So, i climb out through the driver's door and say "sorry officers, i know my tail lights are out, i've got it booked in tomorrow (a bold faced lie)@ and went into charm mode. I explained that my friend was driving as i'd had a couple of drinks but it was my car and i just wanted to be responsible, etc. They fell into my thrall and we started on small talk.

So relieved was i by this turn of events, i reached into my coat pocket for the ciggie i had rolled myself in the car and lit it up ... started puffing away, chatting to the cops.

They started sniffing. I remembered.

"Is that marijuana you're smoking?"

Well yes. Yes it was.

I flicked it into the middle of the four lanes and pulled a pouch of tobacco out of my other pocket and shoved it in their noses and said,

"Dr. Pat. Aromatic blend"

They inhaled, exchanged looks and said .... "Yeah alright, get those lights fixed tomorrow.".

I didn't.


Great story! :rofl



That car was a hoot and a half. I swear i was pulled over in at least 10% of times i took it out on the road.

Whole side of it smashed in; tail lights didn't work; windscreen wipers didn't work,; there was a hole in the intake manifold so you had to absolutely fang it or it would stall; it needed to be started with a fork bypassing the solanoid ... i mean .. Pink said something about "up yours copper" cars? This was one of them with bells on.

Once, no word of a lie, i was jump started by two extremely chiseled and devilishly handsome police officers after it stalled on a main raod, after having cought fire in a paddock and frightening me and my friend and the dog.

But my point is ... coppers are usually really nice and take pity on struggling students who they understand and accept to be dickheads.

It was only after a (short lived) boyfriend got snaarly with a pull over that the car was eventually defected. Most of the time, and i got pulled over a great many times in that car, they were lovely and let me go.
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby mothra » 13 Jan 2019, 05:59

Ooooooh... and it was burnt orange. I really think that's important.
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby DonDeeHippy » 13 Jan 2019, 07:47

mothra wrote:Ooooooh... and it was burnt orange. I really think that's important.

not a 120y.... please noooooo :purple
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby HBS Guy » 13 Jan 2019, 09:48

Bit more burnt after the fire in the paddock?
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby mothra » 13 Jan 2019, 10:08

DonDeeHippy wrote:
mothra wrote:Ooooooh... and it was burnt orange. I really think that's important.

not a 120y.... please noooooo :purple



Oooh that rings a bell. I never paid much attention to that stuff.

Now i'm just thinking of Datsuns. 180B means something .... somewhere.
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby mothra » 13 Jan 2019, 10:11

HBS Guy wrote:Bit more burnt after the fire in the paddock?


Well fire is perhaps a little strong. There was smoke, certainly ... and sparks. But we ran away after that so i don't really know.

What i do know is that while we were hiding from the car in a ditch and watching on in fear from a distance, the lights suddenly came on.

Explain that!
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby johnsmith » 13 Jan 2019, 10:11

mothra wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
SethBullock wrote:My wife got pulled over one time for substantially speeding.

The officer got her license and walked back to his car. When he came back to her car, he didn't cite her. He said, "I never do this", meaning that he never fails to cite someone for speeding as much as she was.

He didn't offer any other explanation, gave her back her license, and walked away. The traffic stop was over.

My wife said she just cried for a few minutes.




She has a license plate frame that says "I (heart shape) My Marine".



Many moons ago, when I was about 20, I was driving home from a night of clubbing ...I'd probably had about a dozen scotch and cokes, and breathalyzers were relatively new back then. I know, I shouldn't drink and drive, but youth and stupidity often go hand in hand.

Anyway, a cop pulled me over for speeding, and when he got to the car I started raving in an excited manner something along the lines of... 'did you see that dickhead in the white commodore, he ran me off the road' (white commodores were probably the most common car on the road, and loved by car hoons). The cop asked which way did he go, I gave the name of a street I'd passed a few minutes earlier. The cop said 'thanks', ran to his car and took off to look for him.

My cousin (who was in the car) and I were stunned that my desperate ploy worked. I didn't think I had a chance. As soon as I saw those flashing lights I thought it was a night in the cells for me. :roll


My favourite ever pulled over by the cops story:

I was 18 and the passenger in my one door Ford Escort. The one door was the driver's door, the passenger side being bashed in. My friend was driving but he only had an out of state license. And we got pulled over because i had no tail lights. We were pulled over on a four lane main road.

So, i climb out through the driver's door and say "sorry officers, i know my tail lights are out, i've got it booked in tomorrow (a bold faced lie)@ and went into charm mode. I explained that my friend was driving as i'd had a couple of drinks but it was my car and i just wanted to be responsible, etc. They fell into my thrall and we started on small talk.

So relieved was i by this turn of events, i reached into my coat pocket for the ciggie i had rolled myself in the car and lit it up ... started puffing away, chatting to the cops.

They started sniffing. I remembered.

"Is that marijuana you're smoking?"

Well yes. Yes it was.

I flicked it into the middle of the four lanes and pulled a pouch of tobacco out of my other pocket and shoved it in their noses and said,

"Dr. Pat. Aromatic blend"

They inhaled, exchanged looks and said .... "Yeah alright, get those lights fixed tomorrow.".

I didn't.



:rofl :rofl :rofl

Great story.

The car I was driving in my story was also a Ford Escort ...but i had the panel van ... bright yellow :yahoo
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby johnsmith » 13 Jan 2019, 10:17

mothra wrote:
DonDeeHippy wrote:
mothra wrote:Ooooooh... and it was burnt orange. I really think that's important.

not a 120y.... please noooooo :purple



Oooh that rings a bell. I never paid much attention to that stuff.

Now i'm just thinking of Datsuns. 180B means something .... somewhere.


They were both Datsuns ... the 120Y and the 180B


mothra wrote:the lights suddenly came on.Explain that!


the 'fire' caused a short circuit that turned your lights on

sorry, I had noting as mystical as 'some ghost turned them on'
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby DonDeeHippy » 13 Jan 2019, 10:54

johnsmith wrote:
mothra wrote:
DonDeeHippy wrote:
mothra wrote:Ooooooh... and it was burnt orange. I really think that's important.

not a 120y.... please noooooo :purple



Oooh that rings a bell. I never paid much attention to that stuff.

Now i'm just thinking of Datsuns. 180B means something .... somewhere.


They were both Datsuns ... the 120Y and the 180B


mothra wrote:the lights suddenly came on.Explain that!


the 'fire' caused a short circuit that turned your lights on

sorry, I had noting as mystical as 'some ghost turned them on'

yeah I think only Datsun thought cars looked great orange...... :purple
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby Texan » 13 Jan 2019, 11:53

I remember an orange Datsun 280z that I lusted after in the early 80s.

My parents had a 1970 Ford van that was orange and white. It wasn't ugly.
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby johnsmith » 13 Jan 2019, 13:24

my latest ride is a bright lime green van. All the customers love it, although I don't know how long it'll stay green. I bought it for work but the bloke I work for forgot to mention that little detail when he gave me the specs :roll

I was soooooo pissed off the day I turned up with it for the first time and they told me it needed to be white. Don't you think you should have mentioned that BEFORE I spent $25K. :oops
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby HBS Guy » 13 Jan 2019, 13:47

Oh dear!

Anything you can do other than have it painted?
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby Bongalong » 13 Jan 2019, 15:42

pinkeye wrote:put up a wall and someone will overcome it

Lol, so you are saying there should be no armies and no war?

You're a freak ya know that :roll
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby HBS Guy » 13 Jan 2019, 16:20

Just like, here, boats don’t make it anymore so now ASs arrive by plane. The fatuous wall won’t stop anything for long.
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby johnsmith » 13 Jan 2019, 19:10

HBS Guy wrote:Oh dear!

Anything you can do other than have it painted?



Not my problem, it's the bosses problem. He failed to mention it. He said we'd sort it after xmas, I'm waiting to see what he comes up with. He hasn't mentioned it since and I don't particularly care about the colour so I'm not bringing it up.

In answer to your question, I'm pretty sure that these days they can wrap it in white. I just don't know how long that lasts. If it has to be done every year I'm not paying for it.
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby pinkeye » 13 Jan 2019, 23:51

johnsmith wrote:
mothra wrote:
DonDeeHippy wrote:
mothra wrote:Ooooooh... and it was burnt orange. I really think that's important.

not a 120y.... please noooooo :purple



Oooh that rings a bell. I never paid much attention to that stuff.

Now i'm just thinking of Datsuns. 180B means something .... somewhere.


They were both Datsuns ... the 120Y and the 180B


mothra wrote:the lights suddenly came on.Explain that!


the 'fire' caused a short circuit that turned your lights on

sorry, I had noting as mystical as 'some ghost turned them on'



Those stories are hoots.!! :thumb
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby pinkeye » 13 Jan 2019, 23:55

Bongalong wrote:
pinkeye wrote:put up a wall and someone will overcome it

Lol, so you are saying there should be no armies and no war?

You're a freak ya know that :roll


:bgrin :thumb well done to you :bgrin
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I love how you worked that out from my minimalist statement.

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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby Bongalong » 16 Jan 2019, 12:26

pinkeye wrote:
Bongalong wrote:
pinkeye wrote:put up a wall and someone will overcome it

Lol, so you are saying there should be no armies and no war?

You're a freak ya know that :roll


:bgrin :thumb well done to you :bgrin
100% correct
I love how you worked that out from my minimalist statement.

:buddy :beer

Lol, you hate me don't ya!

Just because I know that they leave heads on buckets on the mexican border and you don't lol!
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby pinkeye » 17 Jan 2019, 00:22

Bongalong wrote:
pinkeye wrote:
Bongalong wrote:
pinkeye wrote:put up a wall and someone will overcome it

Lol, so you are saying there should be no armies and no war?

You're a freak ya know that :roll


:bgrin :thumb well done to you :bgrin
100% correct
I love how you worked that out from my minimalist statement.

:buddy :beer

Lol, you hate me don't ya!

Just because I know that they leave heads on buckets on the mexican border and you don't lol!


YOU have no idea what I know.. Just to get that straight from the start.
( NO.. not. from the getgo.. :roll ) mindless Yank crap. :roll

No . We either work together , or we work at destroying each other. Human paradigm down the Millenia.

It isn't that hard to grasp, as an idea, but... in reality..?

Humans are just animals.. territorial, aggressive etc etc. Our current WORLD governments are hiding behind a thin veil of political legitimacy. Not reality..

We're going down in war, drought famine disease and GREED.
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby Texan » 17 Jan 2019, 09:09

pinkeye wrote:
Bongalong wrote:
pinkeye wrote:
Bongalong wrote:
pinkeye wrote:put up a wall and someone will overcome it

Lol, so you are saying there should be no armies and no war?

You're a freak ya know that :roll


:bgrin :thumb well done to you :bgrin
100% correct
I love how you worked that out from my minimalist statement.

:buddy :beer

Lol, you hate me don't ya!

Just because I know that they leave heads on buckets on the mexican border and you don't lol!


YOU have no idea what I know.. Just to get that straight from the start.
( NO.. not. from the getgo.. :roll ) mindless Yank crap. :roll

No . We either work together , or we work at destroying each other. Human paradigm down the Millenia.

It isn't that hard to grasp, as an idea, but... in reality..?

Humans are just animals.. territorial, aggressive etc etc. Our current WORLD governments are hiding behind a thin veil of political legitimacy. Not reality..

We're going down in war, drought famine disease and GREED.



When someone is sneaking across your border and taking your jobs and using the services that your taxes pay for, how do you “work with them”? At some point you have to push back.
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby Bongalong » 17 Jan 2019, 14:23

pinkeye wrote:
Bongalong wrote:
pinkeye wrote:
Bongalong wrote:
pinkeye wrote:put up a wall and someone will overcome it

Lol, so you are saying there should be no armies and no war?

You're a freak ya know that :roll


:bgrin :thumb well done to you :bgrin
100% correct
I love how you worked that out from my minimalist statement.

:buddy :beer

Lol, you hate me don't ya!

Just because I know that they leave heads on buckets on the mexican border and you don't lol!


YOU have no idea what I know.. Just to get that straight from the start.
( NO.. not. from the getgo.. :roll ) mindless Yank crap. :roll

No . We either work together , or we work at destroying each other. Human paradigm down the Millenia.

It isn't that hard to grasp, as an idea, but... in reality..?

Humans are just animals.. territorial, aggressive etc etc. Our current WORLD governments are hiding behind a thin veil of political legitimacy. Not reality..

We're going down in war, drought famine disease and GREED.

Lol, so no such thing as tribalism ay?

You're a complete idiot :roll
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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby greggerypeccary » 17 Jan 2019, 15:33

Texan wrote:
pinkeye wrote:
Bongalong wrote:
pinkeye wrote:
Bongalong wrote:
pinkeye wrote:put up a wall and someone will overcome it

Lol, so you are saying there should be no armies and no war?

You're a freak ya know that :roll


:bgrin :thumb well done to you :bgrin
100% correct
I love how you worked that out from my minimalist statement.

:buddy :beer

Lol, you hate me don't ya!

Just because I know that they leave heads on buckets on the mexican border and you don't lol!


YOU have no idea what I know.. Just to get that straight from the start.
( NO.. not. from the getgo.. :roll ) mindless Yank crap. :roll

No . We either work together , or we work at destroying each other. Human paradigm down the Millenia.

It isn't that hard to grasp, as an idea, but... in reality..?

Humans are just animals.. territorial, aggressive etc etc. Our current WORLD governments are hiding behind a thin veil of political legitimacy. Not reality..

We're going down in war, drought famine disease and GREED.



When someone is sneaking across your border and taking your jobs and using the services that your taxes pay for, how do you “work with them”? At some point you have to push back.


Maybe you should ask your President to stop employing them :bgrin


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Re: Does GUN control REALLY works?

Postby Texan » 22 Jan 2019, 03:40

What happens in Australia when 5 people invade a home? It happened recently in Texas and I doubt the results would be the same.

https://abc7news.com/3-dead-after-resid ... 06285082=1

1. How could the homeowner defend himself in Australia?

2. Would it be against the law to defend yourself with a gun inside your own home if you are legally able to own that gun in Australia?

3. How do women and elderly defend their homes against a single home invader?

Other accounts:

https://www.chron.com/news/houston-texa ... 546708.php

https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states ... in-houston

https://www.click2houston.com/news/home ... olice-said
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