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  • Bertfish

    Throw bread on me
    Mar 13, 2013
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    White Marsh, MD
    I'm just so happy all this is happening with Frosh at the helm - what an incompetent @$$
    I love watching his career's work of boning gun owners fall apart at the end of his tenure. I hope he feels empty and unsuccessful, as if his whole career has been a waste and loss. Fvck off you bastard
     

    6-Pack

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    Jan 17, 2013
    4,815
    ☭ Maryland ☭
    I love watching his career's work of boning gun owners fall apart at the end of his tenure. I hope he feels empty and unsuccessful, as if his whole career has been a waste and loss. Fvck off you bastard
    Not just fall apart one piece at a time, but fall apart nearly instantly the same way he rammed SB281 (Firearm Safety Act) down our throats. I love karma (and the SCOTUS).
     

    teratos

    My hair is amazing
    MDS Supporter
    Jan 22, 2009
    51,895
    Bel Air
    I love watching his career's work of boning gun owners fall apart at the end of his tenure. I hope he feels empty and unsuccessful, as if his whole career has been a waste and loss. Fvck off you bastard
    Well said.

    This should give Frosh an idea of what happens if you drag your feet.
     

    babalou

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    Aug 12, 2013
    13,116
    Monkey County
    Do the various Courts of Appeal have any particular incentive to rush these reconsiderations? Anybody know?
    so these are considered wrong so we can do what we want until the Courts of Appeal come up with another? I do not see why we would have to keep status quo until. I guarantee that if status quo is moot then they will bust arsh to come up with something, opposite of if status quo was still there until they come up with something. They would slow roll it.
     

    Deep Thought

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    Jan 27, 2013
    575
    Columbia, MD
    I love watching his career's work of boning gun owners fall apart at the end of his tenure. I hope he feels empty and unsuccessful, as if his whole career has been a waste and loss. Fvck off you bastard
    Remember, Frosh thinks we're nuts!


    How can we thank him for taking his oath of office to uphold our constitutional rights? Maybe sending a bunch of mini booklets on the constitution to his office might be a thankful gesture. He definitely deserves some token of our appreciation for his role in firmly establishing these rights.
     

    squaregrouper

    6.5 Man Bun
    MDS Supporter
    How can we thank him for taking his oath of office to uphold our constitutional rights? Maybe sending a bunch of mini booklets on the constitution to his office might be a thankful gesture. He definitely deserves some token of our appreciation for his role in firmly establishing these rights.
    Liquor. MDS should send Frosh a case of rotgut, high octane liquor.
     

    camo556

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    Aug 29, 2021
    2,634
    Not just fall apart one piece at a time, but fall apart nearly instantly the same way he rammed SB281 (Firearm Safety Act) down our throats. I love karma (and the SCOTUS).
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    Liquor. MDS should send Frosh a case of rotgut, high octane liquor.
    why let him anesthetize himself. FEEL THE BURN
     

    willtill

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    May 15, 2007
    18,894
    I love watching his career's work of boning gun owners fall apart at the end of his tenure. I hope he feels empty and unsuccessful, as if his whole career has been a waste and loss. Fvck off you bastard
    I could have not said this more eloquently. :D
     

    camo556

    Active Member
    Aug 29, 2021
    2,634
    Symbolic gesture for him to drown his sorrows.
    He can pay $75, submit 16 hours of alcoholism training, submit fingerprints, 3 references, and his employment information, then I will let him know in 90 days whether I will let him kiss my ass and drown his pain.
     

    HaveBlue

    HaveBlue
    Dec 4, 2014
    651
    Virginia
    How can we thank him for taking his oath of office to uphold our constitutional rights? Maybe sending a bunch of mini booklets on the constitution to his office might be a thankful gesture. He definitely deserves some token of our appreciation for his role in firmly establishing these rights.
    I had the same thought. If Frosh hadn’t been so willing to lean forward and hold himself out as a sterling example, this may have taken a few more decades.
     

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    ChrisD

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    Jan 19, 2013
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    I love watching his career's work of boning gun owners fall apart at the end of his tenure. I hope he feels empty and unsuccessful, as if his whole career has been a waste and loss. Fvck off you bastard

    How can we thank him for taking his oath of office to uphold our constitutional rights? Maybe sending a bunch of mini booklets on the constitution to his office might be a thankful gesture. He definitely deserves some token of our appreciation for his role in firmly establishing these rights.
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    New shirt for Froshole. The new version of The Scarlet Letter.
     

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