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Here's a new take on a CC Badge

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    Yeah, but don't chicks dig them??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr B View Post
    Who keeps coming up with this crap ?.
    Obama of course....
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    Quote Originally Posted by claimbuster View Post
    Can't help but wonder, if somebody feels the need for a badge like that, should they really be carrying at all? I find people like that to be spooky.
    My thoughts exactly. The idea of someone who would wear that actually walking around with a loaded weapon is unsettling, to say the least.
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    I have three badges. One is a star with the Missouri state seal. It is pinned to a cowgirl doll. One is a brass star that says "Texas Ranger". It is displayed with a large set of "jail" keys. They look great together. The third I carry in my is my small Firefighter/Paramedic badge with a star of life in the middle issued by the department I worked for. I carry it as a reminder of younger days at a job I loved. All of these would have the same importance when it comes to CC.
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    Stupid... and also likely to get the holder arrested for impersonating an officer.
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