This is a discussion on Woman said she had a gun and wasnt afraid to use it in walmart. within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Ouch ouch ouch - I thought there were no pain receptors in the brain...? I mean this with all due respect to the OP and ...
Ouch ouch ouch - I thought there were no pain receptors in the brain...?
I mean this with all due respect to the OP and to all my brothers on this excellent site (and I mean that), but WOW is this a hard thread to read!!
"I come in peace, I didn't bring artillery. But I am pleading with you with tears in my eyes: If you ---- with me, I'll kill you all."
Marine Corps General James Mattis, to Iraqi tribal leaders
OP out of NC,,,,,, might be a English professor at UNC or somewhere
No sense arguing with stupid people in Walmart, they always win the arguement. Just walk away.
Most of us I would say make every effort to learn the manual of arms for our weapons. We strive to learn to shoot well, and practice shot placement to improve. We also try to learn tactices. We learn to avoid confrontations and de-escalate whenever possible. We learn from others experiences good and bad. Life is about learning and improving. So too is writing, grammer, and spelling. All are important. I'm not particularly gifted in spelling and I make a ton of typos. But I also try to improve my efforts over time, because if it is worth doing, it is worth doing well.
I think the world of the folks on DC and give them my best effort. I also would like to welcome the op. I would also encourage him to make an effort to improve his writing skills. Our membership is worth the time, and it shows respect for the DC members and courtesy to make the effort, rather than saying, I'm no good, so I won't bother. It is not about where we are in life, where we started, or how we got here. It is about the journey and improving ourselves.
Just a little something to think about.