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Discussion in 'Indiana Glockers' started by MakeMineaP99, Sep 19, 2007.
The internet and Tejas, need I say more:
For legal clarification: In Indiana can I post photos of my firearms while sipping a beer in a bar and open carrying while whistling show tunes and eating trans fats?
Or should I cut back on the trans fats and show tunes?
You probably should cut back on the trans fats. However, as an American, it is your duty to excercise your rights; this includes consuming trans fats.
If there is one thing that pisses me off about Texans is that they sometimes think they are the only state in the union. Granted their state is big enough to be its own country.
The other amusing thing is that they think they have such great gun laws.
Have you ever driven across Texas? Big, flat and brown. I don't get it.
I'm trying to get sent to TX on business, but I've been unsuccessful so far. I'm wanting to see what all the hype is about, I hear NM is better.
The only good gun law TX has, compared to IN, is the ability to own SBSs.
I will take not being ticketed or arrested for printing my carry gun over one kind of NFA item (since we can own all the others) any day.
and our carry laws are better. Any state where you cannot carry in a bar is not a state I want to live in.
Dude, but the girls in Austin! Go and see, it's great.
Regarding Tejas and how Texicanos think they are the center of the universe, wow, sometimes I shock myself with how accurate I really am. My First Law in action.
Ahh, Austin. Love that city. As a matter of fact I love Texas. I could care less about their gun laws. Having lived there for five years, you come to appreciate why they think the way they do.
"Yeah, and if Alaska were split in half, Texas would only be the third largest state."
That gets 'em riled up nicely. hehe
Come on now, Texans are great folks. They are proud of their heritage and for that they should be commended. It's a really great place and can be roughly beautiful in the non-urban areas, but then again so is most of the west.
I'll check them out (and maybe report back). Hopefully I'll get down there in the fourth quarter.
99, if you go, let me know and I'll give you a heads up on hunting grounds, restaurants, hotels, etc. However, a young guy like you should have no problem. It's a target rich environment with a population base of 500K and the University of Tejas right there.
Man, I'm so sad that Thunder Ranch left Tejas. Now I no longer have a reason to go down there (well, I went to Dallas in '06). I used to love flying into Austin and enjoying some R&R before class down there. 1995 to 2004 I must admit I had a wonderful time.
Thanks a lot, 99, now I have to get back to Austin!