Study doesn't back guns for central Ohio rangers
A consultant doesn't think arming rangers is a good idea despite the rangers' requests to be allowed to carry weapons for self-protection and to protect parks visitors in central Ohio.
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#1 Oct 6, 2013
How many dangers have been faced or fought by these so-called consultant strangers and their academic buddies who do diversity, gender and multicultural studies. Where has common sense went. These rangers have obviously faced if not fought dangerous strangers, risking harm by being unarmed. Who paid for the poop from this dumb consultant group?
#2 Oct 6, 2013
You cain't risk dissin' an' pissin' off deez dark-skinned youths, even if dey be goofs and dat be de truth, or make dem behave lahk civilized white humans do, can you? Whether they beah drug dealin' or stealin' or hangin' or gang bangin' between sunset an' dawn, dey might looks lahk Trayvon!
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