Gun Control in America

Stinkyfinger

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I think the key to owning guns is to act responsibly … Where I used to live, I had someone enter my home at 2 in the morning... I WAS SCARED SHITLESS... .. I reach for my phone 1st thing and called the police.. I listened for a sec and didn't hear anymore sound.. so I peeked down the hallway.. and there was a man on my couch in his underwear passed out laying like a baby in the fetal position HAHA.. I snuck passed him and waited outside for the police to come... I did NOT OWN a gun at the time.. Lemme tell you how strange it is to be outside of your own house at 230a.m in your PJ's, while a stranger is sleeping on your couch lol.... I noticed a bike on my front lawn and blue jeans laying outside of my front door.. Anyway.. the police came and enter my home... They took their HUGE Maglite and rapped the guy on the head to wake him up.. I KNOW that guy had to have a welt the size of baseball the next day.. To make a long story short... The guy was riding his bike home from the bar.. crashed it in my front yard and came in for a snooze. The cops were TOTAL DICKS... I actually felt sorry for the dude when all was said and done... The cop said if this had happened in his home the guy wouldn't be living.. :( FFS... shit happens... I refused to press charges.. Outside we watched the guy put his jeans back on and drive away on his bike.. He was weaving all over the place.. The cop made a comment.. " With any luck, he'll get run over on the way home" Fuckin dick :/ The funniest thing about this whole story, is that I owned 2 cocker spaniels that were still sleeping on their dog bed after all of this commotion ..lmao.. Truly the dumbest most useless dog you can own lol
lol That is some story, glad you're okay ..
 

HELLFIRE

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I think the key to owning guns is to act responsibly … Where I used to live, I had someone enter my home at 2 in the morning... I WAS SCARED SHITLESS... .. I reach for my phone 1st thing and called the police.. I listened for a sec and didn't hear anymore sound.. so I peeked down the hallway.. and there was a man on my couch in his underwear passed out laying like a baby in the fetal position HAHA.. I snuck passed him and waited outside for the police to come... I did NOT OWN a gun at the time.. Lemme tell you how strange it is to be outside of your own house at 230a.m in your PJ's, while a stranger is sleeping on your couch lol.... I noticed a bike on my front lawn and blue jeans laying outside of my front door.. Anyway.. the police came and enter my home... They took their HUGE Maglite and rapped the guy on the head to wake him up.. I KNOW that guy had to have a welt the size of baseball the next day.. To make a long story short... The guy was riding his bike home from the bar.. crashed it in my front yard and came in for a snooze. The cops were TOTAL DICKS... I actually felt sorry for the dude when all was said and done... The cop said if this had happened in his home the guy wouldn't be living.. :( FFS... shit happens... I refused to press charges.. Outside we watched the guy put his jeans back on and drive away on his bike.. He was weaving all over the place.. The cop made a comment.. " With any luck, he'll get run over on the way home" Fuckin dick :/ The funniest thing about this whole story, is that I owned 2 cocker spaniels that were still sleeping on their dog bed after all of this commotion ..lmao.. Truly the dumbest most useless dog you can own lol
lol That is some story, glad you're okay ..
I was truly lucky, sf.. I do own a couple of guns now due to this incident... The guy could have easily had criminal intent. Also... I had been out riding my MC that day and was tired when I got home and thought I'd take a "short" nap... tis why my door wasn't locked... I fell asleep and never got back up to lock it... :(
 

knife wielder

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I agree... and what really pisses me off is when cops protect each other from city to city... We had a incident happen here years ago, where a cop was driving a city owned vehicle out on the town, drinking.... He side swiped someone in a neighboring city and kept driving... He literally had a piece of the car he hit, stuck to the side of his vehicle...He was pulled over and aloud to go home.. Never heard another word about it :/
I'm sure the person he ran into would have loved to know he was a cop, and that another cop let him go!
 
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