Have some fun in case you're on camera!
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January 26th, 2010 04:46 PM
Have some fun in case you're on camera!
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomturd's rats and spies have been pestering us at and outside of our local Bill Goodman Gun and Knife Shows, getting their poop-hole "loop-hole" anecdotal evidence and proof with audio and digital images, e.g., "straw buyers"; "no background checks"; "parking-lot sales", etc. I have a hunch, with the entrapment techniques of the Brady Bunch. Well, we started having fun with it and with them, just in case we were being recorded on video or audio, like ya know, by being profane with Mayor Bloomturd's name, laughing about him and his rats and spies and Brady gals and guys. There, let them try and edit out our clever comical comments or share and spread them out there to and with those sensitive folks who care. These folks ought to be able to handle our jokes.
January 28th, 2010 06:14 PM
More about gun-show "loop-holes" from media 'ho poop holes...like those of "Progress Ohio". What a name!
Despite claims of illegal sales at gun shows in Sharonville, city leaders and police officials said Wednesday they have no plans to change the way the gun conventions are being held in the city.
ProgressOhio, a statewide liberal advocacy group, sent a three-page memo to the mayor, city council and police department on Tuesday, asking them to impose mandatory background checks on private gun sales.
That would be an issue to take up with the state, not the city, said Sharonville Police Chief Mike Schappa.
“There are 43 municipalities in Hamilton County. If Sharonville enacted this sort of ordinance, (gun shows) could go 600 yards to the east to Springdale and not have to worry about it,” he said.
Current gun laws require licensed dealers to conduct background checks on buyers but private sellers are exempt. This is commonly referred to as the “gun show loophole.”
ProgressOhio said the loophole allows felons and the mentally ill, who otherwise wouldn’t be able to legally purchase a gun, to bypass a background check.
Seven states currently regulate private gun sales at gun shows: California, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Oregon, New York, Illinois and Colorado.
The advocacy group says city leaders should take up the issue to protect citizens against illegal sales that could contribute to violent crime in the city.
In response to that, Schappa said, “New York has probably the strictest firearm laws in the nation when it comes to private party purchases but you cannot tell me that somewhere in New York City, you don’t have two guys standing on a street corner trading or selling guns.”
January 28th, 2010 06:22 PM
I can think of far more fun things to do than that to them.... such as calling the police and having them arrested.... anomalous tip to the popo via pay phone "someone is out here taking pictures of young children..." will get the ball rolling real fast....
"The sword dose not cause the murder, and the maker of the sword dose not bear sin" Rabbi Solomon ben Isaac 11th century
January 28th, 2010 11:56 PM
I'm thinking more along the lines of a nice set-up of my own.
Like get a buddy, and make obvious intentions of "doing a deal" in the parking lot.
Go to your vehicle and open the trunk and show your buddy A HANDGUN, make it look like he puts it in his pants or something, but then put the gun back in the trunk. have your buddy hand you a $100 bill, make sure it's obvious he's handing you money. Close the trunk and walk away.
Loonibergs "rats" will have you arrested for an illegal gun trade.........
now you can sue for false arrest, you still have your gun, but the $100 was the winning of a bet. you were just showing off a gun, if Looniebergs rats want to play the game......lets play
HAPPY NEW YEAR
January 29th, 2010 12:01 AM
Oklahoma gun show is very strict on hand gun sales and some rifle sales (depending on particular vendor and rifle) however shotgun and ammo sales are not monitured at all or idenification given on them to verify age or felony/warrant status.
January 29th, 2010 12:21 AM
You could do a lot of creative things.
January 31st, 2010 07:57 PM
Did it again at Bill Goodman's at the Cox Airport Expo Center, this afternoon, talking dirty about Mayor Bloomturd and his rats and spies with other fun gun gals and guys who got into it too. Bill Gooman's Gun and Knife Show management cooperated with the feds and local law enforcement by posting signs and placing them and notices on dealer tables. If they are making tapes/digital images, we can add clever comical commentary to go with it.
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