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Old December 11th, 2017, 08:34 AM #51
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Your Avatar Contradicts your opinion/belief.

Besides What is a "LoopHole Device" is it something to assist in tying your shoe laces? (or sounds like "Assault Weapon")
Crap, forgot to include shoe laces on The Guide.
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Old December 11th, 2017, 09:50 AM #52
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Besides What is a "LoopHole Device" is it something to assist in tying your shoe laces? (or sounds like "Assault Weapon")
When he says "come and take them" he really means "Let me know when y'all can come pick them up, whenever it's convienient for you of course"
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Old December 11th, 2017, 06:06 PM #53
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Is that R&R?
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Old December 13th, 2017, 05:26 PM #54
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Thanks for the moniker correction....fixed

I didn't think that my opinion on this particular aspect of 2A would necessarily be popular. However last time I checked my post is still a basic right under the 1st amendment (just as your wonderful opinions, statements or creations are). We all don't have to agree on all aspects. It's not an all or nothing stance across the broad spectrum of gun regulations; especially in this state of Maryland where gun rights are already seriously eroded (and nothing of my doing). I am a law abiding , voting, hard working, tax paying, gun owning veteran who is a productive member of the community and have only resided in Md for 5 years. Fortunately, I don't plan on being here any longer than I have to. {BTW- great job you long time residents! WTF?!? }

On this one item, clearly I am in the minority and of of no threat or consequence. Yet I am not the whack job that went psycho on hundreds of people in Las Vegas. Direct your disdain, rage, piss and vinegar at the proper Representative, Senator, national committee or branch of justice department.
A common misconception about the 1A, that private citizens, companies, organizations must allow you to voice your opinion. Common decency allows decenting opinion. 1A says the GOV can't suppress your opinion. FB, or Twitter suppress opinion all the time. Just clarifying.
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Old December 13th, 2017, 05:43 PM #55
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A common misconception about the 1A, that private citizens, companies, organizations must allow you to voice your opinion. Common decency allows decenting opinion. 1A says the GOV can't suppress your opinion. FB, or Twitter suppress opinion all the time. Just clarifying.
There are some exceptions to that rule. Company towns is one. Also recently, I think there is s decision that some social media cannot be censored, if for example, it's a politician's website where he or she is running for office.

I've always wanted to see how stadiums provided with taxpayer funding and owned by taxpayers can censor. I know caselaw is out there, just don't its reasoning.
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