Conversations with the new guy at work

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    Conversations with the new guy at work

    We have a new guy at work. Turns out he is a conservative (in a VERY blue state) and a gun enthusiasts. He was telling me stories of his younger days when he was in Beirut and there was nothing else to do but go to this house that was converted into a gun range and shoot anything and everything. He told me of the weapons he shot and how much ammo they went through. I cringed, though, when they said they got drunk first and then went shooting.

    As the conversation continued, he said that he was a little concerned about what has been happening lately and was going to go and pick up two more Glocks and about a 1000 rounds of ammo. He was shocked when I told him the state of affairs of the availability of guns and/or ammo. His sense of urgency has increased.
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    Alcohol + drinking could = drunk + guns and ammo = not a good outcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExactlyMyPoint View Post
    We have a new guy at work. Turns out he is a conservative (in a VERY blue state) and a gun enthusiasts. He was telling me stories of his younger days when he was in Beirut and there was nothing else to do but go to this house that was converted into a gun range and shoot anything and everything. He told me of the weapons he shot and how much ammo they went through. I cringed, though, when they said they got drunk first and then went shooting.

    As the conversation continued, he said that he was a little concerned about what has been happening lately and was going to go and pick up two more Glocks and about a 1000 rounds of ammo. He was shocked when I told him the state of affairs of the availability of guns and/or ammo. His sense of urgency has increased.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExactlyMyPoint View Post
    As the conversation continued, he said that he was a little concerned about what has been happening lately and was going to go and pick up two more Glocks and about a 1000 rounds of ammo. He was shocked when I told him the state of affairs of the availability of guns and/or ammo. His sense of urgency has increased.
    As soon as he finishes shopping, he also urgently needs to join a pro-gun group and write his senators and representative. If they are anti-gun that is even MORE reason to write them. Suggest he urges his family and friends to do the same.
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