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Show examples of me bawling, as you put it.
here is one ....

don't have to. You went off on tangents again to detract from the facts EC posted.
It's like poster X says," bluejays eat other birds eggs" then poster Y says," bluejays are blue, birds have feathers, and ducks are birds".
Then poster Y says," prove anything I posted wrong!"

you lose , loser ha ha ha

now i think I will just sit back and report you

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tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>here is one ....

don't have to. You went off on tangents again to detract from the facts EC posted.
It's like poster X says," bluejays eat other birds eggs" then poster Y says," bluejays are blue, birds have feathers, and ducks are birds".
Then poster Y says," prove anything I posted wrong!"

you lose , loser ha ha ha

now i think I will just sit back and report you
I'm shocked princess.

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I really don't have a clue as to what the topic is. That is why I copy and paste everything straight from Wikipedia.
Again, LMAO. Do you do any other impersonations?

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you lose , loser ha ha ha
now i think I will just sit back and report you
For being a supposed Recon Marine (there is no "Former or "Ex" ~ Once A Marine Always A Marine)

Your the Biggest Puss I Know!

Report That.....

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<quoted text>For being a supposed Recon Marine (there is no "Former or "Ex" ~ Once A Marine Always A Marine)

Your the Biggest Puss I Know!

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Spot on accurate

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info:
1. crybaby - a person who lacks confidence, is irresolute and wishy-washycrybaby - a person who lacks confidence, is irresolute and wishy-washy
wimp, chicken
doormat, weakling, wuss - a person who is physically weak and ineffectual
2. crybaby - a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whiningcrybaby - a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining
bellyacher, complainer, grumbler, moaner, sniveller, squawker, whiner
disagreeable person, unpleasant person - a person who is not pleasant or agreeable

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A whiny person is usually someone who is complaining with an annoying tone. These are usually the people who rarely take action and only talk of taking action

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Wishy washy people can be like a roller coaster ride--when the times are good with them, it can be really good and when things are bad you just want to pull your hair

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“Why call 911? 1911 is faster”

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tallyho wrote:
why are you crying .....
do you read.........
where do you see I say" you or any where else
oh yes you are over looking a fine point" I never said do away with guns , outdated thinking yes ..
Where did I claim you stated you wanted to do away with all guns? Do point that out.
please don't practice law
Once again. Where exactly did I state you said “do away with guns”? Do you suffer from CRS?

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you know what I really can not take this cry baby shit any more ..... you are the greatest thing since Cain use a rock instead of a GUN..
Do you not understand the reply function? Nearly 47,000 posts and you’re still unable to figure out how to debate on a thread.

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info : for those who do not practice law.....
Under the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, citizens have the right to keep and bear arms. This particular amendment has come under considerable scrutiny, specifically, about the right to conceal a weapon in public, in the name of self-defense. After a wide array of cases, the U.S. Supreme Court has left it to each state to determine its policy on concealed weapons.
A wide array of cases? Do cite some of those cases.

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info: California's permit policy ranges from No-Issue cities like San Francisco, to policies resembling Shall-Issue in more rural areas. For more specific policies, check with your police or sheriff's department. California does not recognize out-of-state permits.
District of Columbia is a May-Issue district, distributing permits sparingly and on a month-to-month basis.
Hawaii allows permits, but according to the website Handgunlaw.us, it has never issued one and does not honor out-of-state permits.
Iowa has a similar, though more lenient, policy than California's. Effective Jan. 1, 2011, the state changed to a Shall-Issue state.
Maryland requests that applicants demonstrate the need for a permit by providing documentation of threats to his or her well-being.
New York leaves the distribution of permits up to counties; in New York City, however, a permit is allowed by law
Refer also to Heller v. DC. California and others may be facing serious legal challenges in the near future. Just because an unconstitutional law exists it isn’t proof that law is constitutional.

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second time:
Federal Firearms License Application
Filling out the federal firearms license application correctly will allow you to possibly run a very successful gun dealership. This is why it is so important you do this correctly the first time. By not following just a few simple guidelines you could end up with a police investigation as well as being investigated by the FBI. Now obviously you do not want that. If you just follow the simple steps below you will be able to get your federal firearms license in no time.
The first tip is to make sure you are fully qualified to actually obtain this license in the first place. If you fail to meet the requirements in any way then you are opening yourself up to world of pain. The requirements are as follows:
You must be 21 years of age or older
You have not been convicted of a crime which prohibits you from owning a firearm
You have not previously violated federal firearms regulations in the past
You have not withheld or fabricated any information on your application
You have a permanent structure in order to conduct business which can be either a home or a physical business location.
wonder what is meant by have not
HAVE NOT
Do you know the difference between the introduction to obtaining your FFL and the 4473 transfer form?

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tallyho wrote:
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About Concealed Weapons Permits
How to Carry Your Concealed Weapon Across State Lines While on a Trip
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No-Issue States
No-Issue states reserve the right to not issue or recognize concealed weapon permits. This means that no person in that particular state or district may carry a concealed weapon in public at any time, nor will the authorities honor a permit from another state.
Illinois and Wisconsin both have No-Issue policies, and firmly uphold them.
Shall-Issue States
Shall-Issue states are those that distribute permits so long as the applicants meet the requirements. These requirements vary from state to state. In general, they might include being a valid state resident, meeting the age requirement, submitting fingerprints, passing a computerized background check, attending a firearms safety class and paying a fee.
Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa (effective Jan. 1, 2011), Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming are all Shall-Issue states.
In Connecticut, the policy varies from May-Issue to Shall-Issue, depending on the area. Typically, rural areas are more lenient. Police departments issue the permits. If you are denied a permit, contact the Connecticut Department of Public Safety Special Licensing and Firearms Unit, which will grant you the permit as long as you meet the criteria.
May-Issue States
May-Issue states are those that leave the distribution and requirements for concealed weapon permits to local authorities, typically by counties.
Alabama is a May-Issue state in law only. The distribution of permits closely resembles a Shall-Issue policy.
California's permit policy ranges from No-Issue cities like San Francisco, to policies resembling Shall-Issue in more rural areas. For more specific policies, check with your police or sheriff's department. California does not recognize out-of-state permits.
District of Columbia is a May-Issue district, distributing permits sparingly and on a month-to-month basis.
Hawaii allows permits, but according to the website Handgunlaw.us, it has never issued one and does not honor out-of-state permits.
Iowa has a similar, though more lenient, policy than California's. Effective Jan. 1, 2011, the state changed to a Shall-Issue state.
Maryland requests that applicants demonstrate the need for a permit by providing documentation of threats to his or her well-being.
New York leaves the distribution of permits up to counties; in New York City, however, a permit is allowed by law.
Unrestricted
In Unrestricted states, no permit is required to carry a concealed weapon. Only three states have such policies: Alaska, Arizona and Vermont.
Alaska issues permits, but they aren't required to carry concealed weapons in the state. The state issues them at the request of citizens who want documentation when they go out of state.
Arizona became an Unrestricted state July 29, 2010.
Vermont doesn't require permits for either residents or nonresidents to carry concealed weapons. This state's situation is unique, however, because residents are unable to carry their concealed weapons out of state. If you are a Vermont resident and wish to carry out of state, check with other states to see if you can get a nonresident permit
How exactly is this tied to what you’re disputed? A quick google search yields you with information you believe is tied to the discussion. It’s a shame you’re embarrassing yourself.

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tallyho wrote:
state rights defined..........
States' rights in U.S. politics refers to political powers reserved for the U.S. state governments rather than the federal government. Since the 1940s, it has often been considered a loaded term because of its use in opposition to federally mandated racial desegregation. In law, states' prerogatives are protected by the Tenth Amendment.
Government doesn’t have rights, citizens do.

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blue laws defined .........
A blue law is a type of law designed to enforce religious standards, particularly the observance of a day of worship or rest. In the US, most blue laws have been repealed, declared unconstitutional, or are simply unenforced; though prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages or prohibitions of almost all commerce on Sundays are still enforced in many areas. Blue laws often prohibit an activity only during certain hours and there are usually exceptions to the prohibition of commerce, like grocery and drug stores. In some places, blue laws may be enforced due to religious principles, but others are retained as a matter of tradition or out of convenience.]
Many European countries, such as Germany, ban most Sunday shopping. In Saudi Arabia, eating in public during the daytime is prohibited during the holy month of Ramadan. In Islam, it's prohibited to trade at the time of the Friday prayer.
Once again, I lived the experience. To use a phrase from some of Microsoft’s recently advertising. You’re getting Scroogled.

Here’s the reality. Blue laws weren’t exactly consistent across the nation nor were they consistent even from county to county. I know on some Sundays we went to another county to buy certain things. Again, not all stores were closed as you believe.

Were you alive for the blue laws?

We still have remnants of blue laws today. Attempt to prove me wrong on that.

You’ve yet to prove me wrong on anything. You desperately search google attempting to do so. You continue to fail.

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