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Nightmare in Ohio

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by fowl intent, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. certifiedfunds

    certifiedfunds Tewwowist

    Apr 23, 2008
    That's funny. You guys don't even have open carry. Have to ask government permission to carry off your own property.
  2. ckrockets


    Feb 18, 2009

  3. *ASH*


    Jan 12, 2008
    wait texas dont have open carry ???:rofl::faint::faint:damn
  4. certifiedfunds

    certifiedfunds Tewwowist

    Apr 23, 2008
    Lol! Nope. They only have half of the second amendment. Shouldn't really be lecturing Ohio.
  5. Sadly, a lesson to be learned. If it's not asked about, don't volunteer the info. Chances are the officer would not have guessed or asked about it unless it was a major speeding or reckless driving etc. Present your papers and keep your mouth shut. There was no reason to think (from your post) that he would have been given the third degree by the officer in question TILL he had to spill the beans.

    He had the right to carry his pistol with him as long as he didn't violate the law. IE check rules and regs of states FIRST before trusting the kindness of strangers wearing badges. Follow said rules and regs to the letter or don't bring a pistol or long gun. EVEN HERE IN FLA.

    There's a reason I live in the "Gunshine State" of Fla. that has generous reciprosity with almost all the states that are not People's Republics. IE. New York, New Jersey, etc.

    Sad to hear about this, and this is isn't a beratement of your friend. Hope they don't cause him any more grief and I'll bet he won't be back to the "Buckeye State" or spend any money there any time soon. I wouldn't for sure!

    With prayers for his timely release with the lowest price possible I remain...

    Yours in The Cause,
  6. MtnBiker

    MtnBiker NRA Member Millennium Member

    Jun 19, 1999
    Hmmm Let me see.

    Yep. Ohio is on the list of states I avoid if I can. That's why.
  7. Hey, I resemble one of those. Maybe some day we will honor out of state permits, perhaps even the Constitution :)

    Might have to secede from NYC first.
  8. Just_plinking


    Jan 24, 2012
    Grow Up. There are plenty of jobs in the United States that are more hazardous than being a police officer in which the practitioners of those occupations don't ask society to put their safety before the rights of the common man.

    I'm all for officer safety, in fact I see it as a priority. But not at the expense of individual liberty. Otherwise, what did those officers work and sacrifice for?
  9. Ohio Cop

    Ohio Cop

    Mar 1, 2012
    The Rust Belt.

    Sent from my PKE meter.
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2012
  10. Just_plinking


    Jan 24, 2012
    I see what you mean... wait a minute, I actually don't because you didn't say anything.
  11. DanaT

    DanaT Pharaoh

    WTF does "major speeding" have to do with a gun. I see people (and drive) well over 100mph all the time. I promise you probably ZERO have a gun.

    How exactly does a cop make a reasonable argument that someone that is "major speeding" extrapolates to having a gun? Maybe he is just a priest late for an appointment with an alter boy?
  12. frank4570


    Jun 25, 2004
    He probably just asks. Lots of people are stupid enough to be violating the law AND talk about it.
  13. DanaT

    DanaT Pharaoh

    Please dont worry. I never intended nor believed that your type would understand the obtuse reference that I was making based upon the post(s) that I commented on.

    The post I commented on was making a reference to laws that have been passed that are immoral and not within the values system of the USA.

    Here where the two posts:

    But trust me, I understand for some people it is all about following orders and not thinking for themselves if something is morally right or wrong, only what is written on a piece of paper and claiming it legal. Many things throughout history have been legal under the laws of a country that is in power at the time, but that does not make them moral nor absolve someone of culpability of immoral actions.

    I am not that old, but I suspect that there are people on GT who remember not so long ago in the USA when black people had to ride in the back of the bus. Then along came a black woman named Rosa Parks who refused to move. Soon after, on March 7, 1965 there was Bloody Sunday. Although the acts were “legal” I seriously doubt many would say that they were moral.

    Let me ask you, was what happened on Bloody Sunday (March 7, 1965) moral then? Is it moral now? Was is it at time legal?

    My comment, as directed to this post is although the OP may have been arrested / charge with something that is "illegal", is moral? If you cannot respond that it is moral (based upon the values we hold as Americans) then the only answer that one can come up with is that at least the person enforcing something immoral got to go home and gets a pension because that is what I have seen on GT they most worry about.

    I have yet to see one officer talk about if an action is moral, only that it is "legal" (by their own view of the world).

    My opinion is one that cannot separate legal and moral, is simply an order away from being a KZ guard.

    Now, in reality, I suspect that most of the blow hards do have some sense of the difference between legal/moral in real life but dont want to admit it. If you dont and simply follow what is legal (orders), then my judgement of you being merely an order away from KZ guard stands.
  14. Dragoon44

    Dragoon44 Unfair Facist Lifetime Member

    Apr 30, 2005
    That is probably because you lack the ability to actually define immoral by any objective relevant standard. Like many your views of "moral" and "immoral" is defined by your personal likes or dislikes.

    Oh gee, one of the reoccurring favorites of the "Gun Rights crowd". those that lack the intelligence to see there is absolutely no correlation between the civil rights movement and their "gun rights" desires.

    To Start with blacks were denied rights due to their race/color. The discriminatory laws applied to just them not others. This is not the case with Gun Laws which apply to everyone regardless of race, religion, or sex.

    And you have demonstrated time and time again that your opinions are based on noting more than your own bias in your little anti cop crusade.
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2012
  15. AK_Stick

    AK_Stick AAAMAD

    Jan 20, 2004
    Alaska, again (for now)

    While that may be fine for how you hunt, and where, remember, not all of us sit on our butts in a stand we walked to, 30 min before the sun comes up, overlooking a corn field/deer feeder.

    I'm going to guess you've probably never run across a bear while you were packing out that animal you just shot on your backboard.

    Or seen glowing eyeballs in the beam of your headlight, as you gut an animal in the dark.

    My handgun gets used fairly regularly, both in AK, and when I hunted in MN, and TX.
  16. itisbruno

    itisbruno Devious Member CLM

    Mar 6, 2005
    Raccoon City
    If Dragoon has his duty black powder pistol they gave him when he retired in the car, are antique firearms allowed in Ohio?
  17. Lone_Wolfe

    Lone_Wolfe Sandbox Refugee CLM

    May 1, 2006
    This side of a tombstone
    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
  18. AK_Stick

    AK_Stick AAAMAD

    Jan 20, 2004
    Alaska, again (for now)
    only if he's wearing his cavalry hat.
  19. Dragoon44

    Dragoon44 Unfair Facist Lifetime Member

    Apr 30, 2005
    it's allowed wherever I say it's allowed!!!

    Dang Bro I haven't seen you in ages! thought they finally caught up with you and put you in the looney bin where you belong!

  20. DanaT

    DanaT Pharaoh

    Said the KZ guard...

    Yes. No one is as smart as you. We are all idiots.

    I suspect you took a job as cop because you lacked the intelligence to get a better job. Shall we continue the insults that you started or will go go cry to Russ???