A Non-Encounter W/LEO (traffic stop)
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December 26th, 2009 10:01 AM
Penn,, You have to have a license to carry in your car? mmm Missouri you can carry concealed, loaded, without one,,, in your car, But I have one, Have been there with the ex, it will get easier, as time goes by,, also interesting my space page.
Last edited by tradermike69; December 26th, 2009 at 10:02 AM.
December 26th, 2009 11:02 AM
Well we can all do an autopsy after the fact, and it is pretty clear that you were upset from your experience with your daughter. I can't say how I would react in that situation, but I am sure that happy and courteous wouldn't be on the list anywhere.
Originally Posted by Bm7b5
That said, and again realizing that those emotions are legitimate, it seems from your post that you weren't out to make any friends with the LEO when he pulled you over. He cut you a lot of slack with it being Christmas, but would it have been hard to be polite and informative? I think it wouldn't be easy given the situation, but especially if you explain yourself just a little I bet the encounter would have been even better.
Sorry for the pain that you went through.
December 26th, 2009 01:08 PM
in PA, carry in or on a motor vehicle is considered concealed, so we need to have a LTCF to drive armed.
Originally Posted by tradermike69
December 26th, 2009 01:16 PM
Originally Posted by MinistrMalic
i've found that, with the cops in my city, the less said, the better. i have a 'history' with them, over an open carry incident, so i just keep things strictly business when dealing with them. i do make an effort to be polite, to a point, but like most of you observed, my head wasn't where it should have been that particular moment.
i also wanted to thank everyone for their well wishes. i know i'm not alone in my situation, but it feels sometimes like i'm on a desert highway, thumb in the air, and no one's giving me a ride. it's been a rough couple of months, but it's especially hard this time of year. i hope everyone here had a better one than i did.
December 26th, 2009 01:56 PM
It can be worese, but it almost always gets better
I've been through what your gong through, twice, and yes it does get better. As she gets older, she'll understand more when what she sees doesn't jibe with what she hears from her mother. Teaching her to shoot is a great way to spend time together, prepare her to defend herself in the real world, give her a great hobby and passion, and just plan makes you look cool to her and her friends. Not to get in a who's hurting more contest because be both are hurting like hades, but I just buried my mother on 22 December 2009. Now the family infighting has begun. Yes it can get worse, but it always will get better with time. Hang in there, as the doctor told the kid who swallowed the silver dollar, "This too shall pass." Message me if you need to talk. Been there felt that. My best wishes to you and yours.
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