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Published in The Daily Mail, 11-5-10:

Acting on a citizen complaint, officials in Plymouth, England, ruled in October that Army cadets, who practice precision drills with their rifles, could not handle them during the public parade on Britain's Remembrance Day (Veterans Day). Officials said they did not want to be "glamorizing" guns.
 

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Yeah, well, it's England. I'm surprised that everyone isn't stripped search for pocket knives and other weaponds of mass destruction (nail clippers, scissors, etc.).
 

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cpelliott said:
Published in The Daily Mail, 11-5-10:

Officials said they did not want to be "glamorizing" guns.
So do they edit all of their films... the bad guy holds up a bank with marshmallows...
WWII was fought by throwing spaghetti... :screwy:
 
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