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The Discretionary Mindset

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by Hammerhead7, Mar 26, 2012.


  1. 4Rules

    4Rules

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    That reminds me of one day when I'd stopped at a Staples office supply store to buy some print cartridges and printer paper. I was with my nephew, and we'd been in the store for several minutes when a strange woman approached us, yelling "What do you think you're doing?" She was upset - at me - and, coming closer, she continued to mutter about something (she believed me to have done) and said "Someone like you almost killed my son!" I didn't understand, and I told her so. She accused me of having failed to stop at a stop sign, this being sometime in the past, and I thought to myself that this lady was probably PTSD-crazy and was just acting out.As she continued with her diatribe, she repeatedly poked my chest for emphasis. As her finger poked my chest, I thought to myself, this woman is crazy, my nephew is with me, and this is getting out of hand. She continued to poke my chest, but then she stopped speaking, and staring at her finger and my chest, she smiled, and then just turned and walked away. What just happened?, I thought. I looked down to my chest to see my T-shirt's image of an AR-15 and the phrase "Why waltz when you can rock & roll."


    :wavey:

    P.S.: That is a true story.