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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by dwalker, Oct 16, 2007.
I say let him die, what has the world come to???
Should let the parents perform the procedure...no anesthesia.
Why do we do this? The legal scholars are going to have to chime in on why we can not legally, or ethically *not* pay / provide these sort of treatments to prisoner serving life... (presuming he's serving life)
As long as there is no anesthetic, then I would have no problem with it.
Anybody not carry when at McDonalds?
Why didn't he get treatment? Or is this one of those "insanity plea" deals?
I wonder if I was there if I would even recognize that as an assault rather than just a bad accident until after the fact. But it does bring up a good question about defending yourself against vahicular assault. Has anyone been involved or have case history of something involving a GFL vs automobile? I hear about LEOs open fire on moving vehicles all the time during a stop or chase but not a civilian.
The maniacal laughing and running them over a second time might be a good clue.
No, but the guy in the red pickup who was attacking Jews walking to synagogue in Alpharetta would have been a good candidate (if Georgia did not have laws disarming Jews walking to synagogue).
This is like the same question of "Does a bear S&*T in the woods??"
I never leave home without it.
I make sure to OC if I ever go to McDonalds.
I have never had an issue openly carrying in the Fayetteville or Union City locations. Never even received extra salt.
Just curious, but why?
He's probably referring to the case law here. It's so clear-cut that you can't say McDonald's is a public gathering. There's a difference between a public gathering and public place. Hope that clears it up, as that is what I think he meant.
The maniacal laughing and running them over a second time might be a good clue.[/quote:3pxa87e5]
I guess I didn't get to read the original article to get the details on what happened.
Because he is a fanatic.
Pretty much. If I'm going to places of dubious PG status (read: I think it's legal, but the judge probably will not- woo for Fulton), I usually conceal. I OC almost all the time in places like McDonalds or the grocery store.
Ok, makes sense!