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    I had something happen this weekend that I have never really experienced... I went to the store and was wearing a t-shirt with my company name/logo on it. "ArmsVault.com"... As I was in line, I started to overhear the lady behind me talking to her kids about my shirt. It didn't take long to realize that she was talking about it in a negative way. I couldn't hear everything she was saying, but I did hear things like "red neck" and "guns aren't safe"...

    I was amazed by just how nasty she was getting. She wasn't saying anything to me directly, but she obviously wanted me to hear it. After a few minutes I turned around and looked. Of course, her kids were looking right at me (the mom looked away). So, I just gave a polite smile to the kids and gave a shrug of the shoulders as if to say "wow... what's the big deal"... I was surprised when both kids smiled and one of them even returned the shrug.

    Of course I was tempted to have a little discussion with that lady, but I'm pretty sure she wouldn't have heard a word I said. Looking back on it, I'm glad her kids got to exchange that pleasant smile and shrug with me. Perhaps that will give them a good impression of gun ownership.... or, at least offset some of the nasty things they are hearing from others.

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    You took a very high road my friend. I mite have been inclined to confront the ignoramus. I do have a new favorite way to piss off antis. And that is to loudly claim that they advocate the brutal raping of women. It's great to see how shocked they are at such a claim, but it is totally true. Gun Control = the belief that it is morally superior to find a women beaten, raped, and strangled by her own pantyhose and found in a dumpster than for that woman to explain to the police why she shot and killed her attacker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comp_sH00tEr24 View Post
    You took a very high road my friend. I mite have been inclined to confront the ignoramus. I do have a new favorite way to piss off antis. And that is to loudly claim that they advocate the brutal raping of women. It's great to see how shocked they are at such a claim, but it is totally true. Gun Control = the belief that it is morally superior to find a women beaten, raped, and strangled by her own pantyhose and found in a dumpster than for that woman to explain to the police why she shot and killed her attacker.
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    Similar topic, but not a gun shirt..
    We own two Wiener dogs.. We support the local Rescue for them.. I bought a t-shirt from them
    It has a picture of a beautiful long hair on it and then the words.. Are you looking at my Wiener??
    (mine is a little different that this one, but similar)
    T-Shirt

    I was in a local gas store and this woman with about a 12 year old boy with her, covered the kids eyes and let out a HUH!! and walked out of the store..
    Now I agree that the shirt does have a double meaning.. But it was her mind that went for the less appropriate meaning, which says a lot more about her, than me..

    Sorry for the departure from the main topic..

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    I have a shirt that says "There's a place for all of God's creatures, next to the mashed potatoes and gravy." The only problem is that's printed on the back and I can't see the look on the PETA people's faces!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hounddog View Post
    I have a shirt that says "There's a place for all of God's creatures, next to the mashed potatoes and gravy." The only problem is that's printed on the back and I can't see the look on the PETA people's faces!

    HAHA!!! Just wear your shirt backwards!

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    Thumbs up I hope that you don't mind me "borrowing" your line, Comp.

    Quote Originally Posted by Comp_sH00tEr24 View Post
    You took a very high road my friend. I mite have been inclined to confront the ignoramus. I do have a new favorite way to piss off antis. And that is to loudly claim that they advocate the brutal raping of women. It's great to see how shocked they are at such a claim, but it is totally true. Gun Control = the belief that it is morally superior to find a women beaten, raped, and strangled by her own pantyhose and found in a dumpster than for that woman to explain to the police why she shot and killed her attacker.
    That is a great point. Another arrow for my pro 2A quiver, if you'll pardon the comparison.
    "The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government." Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomboy007 View Post
    That is a great point. Another arrow for my pro 2A quiver, if you'll pardon the comparison.
    Please do...I didnt come up with it but I cant remember where I got it from. But man I do love using it.

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    "When the outflow exceeds the inflow, the upkeep becomes the downfall"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrellM5 View Post

    Good ole CafePress has that t-shirt in stock!

    Unique designs on CafePress gifts, t-shirts and more
    "The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government." Thomas Jefferson

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