Signature Observation

This is a discussion on Signature Observation within the Old Forum News, Feedback, Problems & Comments forums, part of the DefensiveCarry.com Forum Office category; Originally Posted by Ram Rod Я ram стержень и я линейка себя Using ImTranslator 3.2: I ram a core and I a ruler of Sorry, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    Я ram стержень и я линейка себя
    Using ImTranslator 3.2:
    I ram a core and I a ruler of

    Sorry, RR. Just puttin' down what the translator said.
    eschew obfuscation

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    Quote Originally Posted by artemis28 View Post
    To stick a woman's .02 in, I have yet to see anything offensive in any of the sig lines. The lack of political correctness ...
    Just so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    I don't pay much attention to the signatures. Links generally grab my attention more than most, and there are always those funny ones worth reading all the way through. I like things short, sweet, and to the point most of the time. Folks have a right to express themselves even if it's in a small way--individuality. If you think your signature is questionable, just state it in a different language.
    إنني قضيب الخروف و i إن مسطرة I
    Mi RAM teste e mi righello di me stesso
    Я ram стержень и я линейка себя
    How do you do that? (change language)

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    Most of them come close, but none of them seem to come complete. When translating anything from English into another language-remember--English is the most complex language out there and many words do not have any direct translation. Have you seen the 'stinky fish face' commercial? Be careful with your tools-check it two or three times. My English phrase for this post was: I am Ram Rod and I rule myself.
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    I'm not worried about the offensiveness of "kill-em-all" type signatures, but, were I you, I would be worried about what that will look like in a trial.

    "Note the defendant's mantra, here on his internet forum -- 'Kill em all, let God sort em out' -- and note that he used HOLLOW POINTS in a .45 caliber handgun and shot the poor victim in the chest.... but most of all, remember that he lived his life by that motto..."

    If Harold Fish went to jail for using a 10mm handgun and hollow points, you will go to jail for an aggressive sig line.


    RamRod, I recommend Wheelock's.
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    So,if guns become illegal,will this be DefenseLessCarry.com I have no idea if I am offended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biasedbulldog View Post
    I'm not worried about the offensiveness of "kill-em-all" type signatures, but, were I you, I would be worried about what that will look like in a trial.

    "Note the defendant's mantra, here on his internet forum -- 'Kill em all, let God sort em out' -- and note that he used HOLLOW POINTS in a .45 caliber handgun and shot the poor victim in the chest.... but most of all, remember that he lived his life by that motto..."

    If Harold Fish went to jail for using a 10mm handgun and hollow points, you will go to jail for an aggressive sig line.


    RamRod, I recommend Wheelock's.

    "kill em and let God sort em out" is my favorite
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    Does mine offend you?
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    So, small emoticon graphics are allowed insignatures still?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tally XD View Post
    So, small emoticon graphics are allowed insignatures still?
    That's my understanding Tally, or else my flag is going away too, of course Bumper is the one to ultimately answer that.

    I haven't seen any sig lines that I find offensive, but I'm pretty hard to offend.
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    So, small emoticon graphics are allowed in signatures still?

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    Here in Texas All that matters is if you were justified to use deady force,remember Joe Horns own words I'm gonna kill em I'm not gonna let em get away
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    No...the name will probably get changed to Come&TakeIt.org

    Quote Originally Posted by mr.stuart View Post
    So, if guns become illegal, will this be DefenseLessCarry.com I have no idea if I am offended.
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    I put a lot of hard work and thought in developing my signature line even though part of it came from somewhere else, and hopefully it is thought provoking...

    However what we do is in fact talk about killing people here. It is a deadly and serious business to discuss using lethal force against someone trying to kill you.

    It is a down and dirty, ugly act that comes from desperate people who may or may not have just soiled themselves who are more afraid of dying right now than at any other moment of their lives.

    It's "in your face" and often happens in the blink of an eye.

    There is Nothing... Nothing politically correct about using lethal force against another human.

    I have a mind set. It's kill or be killed! It's ingrained in me! Taught to me years ago by my great uncle and cultivated by serving my country in the Marine Corps. It's what keeps me alive and on my toes and there's nothing pretty about it.

    If I am attacked or threatened, I counter attack and attack quickly. It is not defensive... it's definitely offensive and aggressive. I don't think in defensive terms. When you think defense, to defend, or try to block an attack, you brain is subconsciously telling you that you are weak; and that places you behind the curve. The bad guy will be the first to make his move, (by law, he has to) but I will have the first strike. Be it unarmed or armed with a weapon. I will attack with overwhelming rage and violence in order to keep him from killing me. I am under no delusion that I am going to be the one who survives either. But I am going to make sure I stand a better chance than he does.

    And as law abiding citizens, we are already WAY behind the curve by having to wait and verify that the threat we face is immediate and life threatening and unavoidable... That's already a lot for a brain to process... then to have to think I have to try and block this punch, counter this swing, defend myself, etc is a losing proposition.

    Having an offensive mindset is often misunderstood. That is not my problem. I can articulate it well enough to a cop, prosecutor or jury as needed, if needed. An offensive mindset is not to be construed as the same mindset a predator uses or in a negative manner.

    I think we can talk about adult topics and still have room for a little humor or off color quips and some political incorrectness in order to relieve some of the mental stress that accumulates from discussing such an unnatural and unpleasant act as possibly killing someone in order to stay alive. Essentially, it's a form of gallows humor.

    I do my best not to be rude, vulgar, indecent or use foul or obscene language, but I don't feel I should have to check my beliefs, theories or attitudes when stating my opinion or experience to someone who may choose to stake their life on information I put forth in a post. Obviously they do so at their own risk, but I am not going to sugar coat reality.

    I agree certain phrases or uses of the word kill may be inappropriate when used in certain statements. I don't have a problem with that. I don't think it should be used gratuitously.

    But by the same token, if the word kill or a phrase like "to kill someone" gives you the willies, then may I suggest you get rid of your gun and choose some other way or method to stop your attacker, because I'm thinking maybe you haven't quite thought things through. I'm not going to mentally weaken my survival mindset in order to be politically correct.

    I certainly hope I didn't offend anyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tally XD View Post
    So, small emoticon graphics are allowed insignatures still?
    Yup
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