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Saturday, October 31, 2009

*Screamingly* funny photo!



In case you can't read the sign, here's what it says:

My Next Door Neighbor wants to BAN all GUNS!

Their house is *NOT* ARMED!

Out of RESPECT for their opinions I promise NOT to use MY GUNS to PROTECT THEM.

It's like I've always said: those of us who DO have guns are subsidizing the safety and protection of those who are "against" guns.

How many anti-gun types would be willing to post a huge placard in their front window that says, "This home is proudly gun-free"?? Answer: very few, because they know robbers intent on home invasion robberies must always worry about what homeowners have guns. If you put a placard in your front window stating your vulnerability, which house do you think a robber will choose to rob?

DUH!!!!

6 comments:

  1. I have always loved that sign. My son gave me a sign with a wooden 45 on it, and under it it says we do not dial 911. And of course the famous no tresspassing sign: If you are found here today you will be found here tomorrow. lol for all of them.

    Makes sense.

    See Ya

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  2. LOVE the photo!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. If you are all living under such threat all the time isn't it rather anti-social to draw attention to your neighbour's vulnerability?

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  4. I love it! If we all carried weapons there would be LESS crime because the citizens wouldn't be vulnerable to the criminals!

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  5. Yes Anonymous maybe. But if you know your neighbour doesn't have a gun, for whatever reason, isn't this sign rather unneighbourly? If you are a christian for example aren't you supposed to love your neighbour?

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  6. The point that is not made in this blog, (and no one but you, Patrice, will probably see this for a while), is that the gun-hating neighbor had been tormenting the gun-owning neighbor with un-neighborly conduct for a long time prior to the posting of this sign. There's a much bigger story here than it seems on the surface.

    Melody

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