Off-Duty Deputy Accidentally Shoots Himself

Jan 6, 2013 Full story: NBC San Diego 105

An off-duty sheriff's deputy wound up in the hospital after accidentally shooting himself with his service weapon outside of a grocery store in Carlsbad.

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“Grab all the good”

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#62 Jan 7, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>
Or in your case, don't grow a set and just marry a rich woman.
Makes sense.
Watch out or you will wake up with your head in Dixie's bowl again :)

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#63 Jan 7, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>Can you see that it is the governments job to provide for defense yet they do not say provide the general welfare. They say promote which has a total different meaning than provide. They have an obligation to provide defense but they have no obligation to provide your welfare. Grow a pair and provide for your own welfare
Denny, Denny, Denny... Do you know you can't spell Denny without deny? It's true!

You, in particular, and reichtards in general, are the LAST people we need interpreting the words in the Constitution or- for that matter- the Bible. You prove this when you *find* the right of sedition in the 2A or Jesus condemning gay marriage behind every "yea verily" in the Bible.
Amazin Gracie

Plainfield, IL

#64 Jan 7, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Just because your parents were gay doesn't mean everyone is gay.
wasn't saying everyone,JUST YOU

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#65 Jan 7, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>Denny, Denny, Denny... Do you know you can't spell Denny without deny? It's true!
You, in particular, and reichtards in general, are the LAST people we need interpreting the words in the Constitution or- for that matter- the Bible. You prove this when you *find* the right of sedition in the 2A or Jesus condemning gay marriage behind every "yea verily" in the Bible.
It is you who are saying provide and promote mean the same thing and that is just not true

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#66 Jan 7, 2013
Amazin Gracie wrote:
<quoted text>wasn't saying everyone,JUST YOU
So you are gay?

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#67 Jan 7, 2013
Provide - To furnish or supply.

Promote - To help or encourage to exist.

Promote synonyms:

Support
Benefit
Provide
Develop
Encourage
Determine
Improve
Advocate

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Steeeeeeeeeeeeeeeerike 3!!!

Nice try Denny, but we do have the play-at-home version of our game as a consolation gift.
animal control

Bellville, OH

#68 Jan 7, 2013
im so, not belevin' none of diss
Why can cops break laws

Rochester, NY

#69 Jan 7, 2013
Bubbletoes wrote:
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Think about just WHAT most cops do on a regular shift: They cruise like sharks looking for anybody they can hit for a fine, or arrest for any reason. Are they standing watch anywhere? Are they in most schools in any significant numbers? NO. They are told to ticket and arrest. Time for that 'normal' to change.
How come cops don't walk street beats anymore? Today's cops dont know the people and store owners of their beats anymore, not like olden days. The overwhelming are too busy sitting in cars instead of interacting with the public.

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#70 Jan 7, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
Provide - To furnish or supply.
Promote - To help or encourage to exist.
Promote synonyms:
Support
Benefit
Provide
Develop
Encourage
Determine
Improve
Advocate
**********
Steeeeeeeeeeeeeeeerike 3!!!
Nice try Denny, but we do have the play-at-home version of our game as a consolation gift.
LOL you can't even read that they have two different definitions. They will furnish or provide defense. They will promote or encourage the public welfare.

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#71 Jan 7, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>How many "guys" do you own, Sammy?
LOL .... gun.

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#73 Jan 7, 2013
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
When the gov passed out cheese several years back
I had a couple customers on welfare that brought it in and sold it to me. It was the best cheese I
ever ate, I couldn't afford to buy fresh dairy cheese from the store.
I'm not going to go into percentages or head numbers but I do know there are "MANY" out there that get it that shouldn't, same with disability and subsidy assistance.
Wanna help the welfare issue, go BACK to the old days and require recipients pick up their food...instead of giving them plastic money. If you're truly hungry, you won't balk at 5Lb blocks of cheese and big jars of peanut butter etc. I remember seeing these folks on the trolley car when I was a kid in the '60s. And don't say it would cost too much to implement. There are numerous service clubs and churches that would welcome a program like this AND the savings over a corrupted system would be enormous. Check the statistics as to how many welfare recipients there are now compared to even five or six years ago and you'll understand that the corruption is top-down.

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#74 Jan 7, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>That is absurd even for you :)
Not at all. He once claimed that there have been no mass killings in Australia since their gun laws went into effect. He is constantly absurd.
Danny Fishcharge

Rochester, NY

#75 Jan 7, 2013
Havent you heard about that mass killing in Aussie by Boomerang? The killer only had one, but it kept coming back to him and he reused it.

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#76 Jan 7, 2013
65007noogard wrote:
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Not at all. He once claimed that there have been no mass killings in Australia since their gun laws went into effect. He is constantly absurd.
You're not very good at this ?; too lazy?; on dial-up (I am so that's not an excuse -- though YouTube links for back-up is lost on me)?

It's true.

Well, 2 university students were killed by a whacko in 2002:

*** But ***:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_politics_in_...

"In 2002, an international student killed two fellow students at Monash University in Victoria with pistols he had acquired as a member of a shooting club. The gunman, Huan Yun Xiang, was acquitted of crimes related to the shootings due to mental impairment and remains under psychiatric care."

"A study co-authored by Simon Chapman argued that reduction in firearm numbers had prevented mass shootings because in the 18 years prior to the Port Arthur massacre there were 13 mass shootings and in the decade since 1996 there have been none.[39]"

http://www.cnn.com/2012/07/20/opinion/donohue...

"Consider what happened in Australia after a crazed gunman killed 35 people in Port Arthur, Tasmania, in 1996.

The Australian federal government persuaded all states and territories to implement tough new gun control laws. Under the National Firearms Agreement (NFA), firearms legislation was tightened throughout the country. National registration of guns was imposed and it became illegal to hold certain long guns that might be used in mass shootings.

The gun ban was backed up by a mandatory buy-back program that substantially reduced gun possession in Australia.

The effect was that both gun suicides and homicides (as well as total suicides and homicides) fell. Importantly, while there were 13 mass shootings in Australia during the period of 1979--96, there have been none in the sixteen years since.

In 1996, then-Prime Minister John Howard stated that the "whole scheme is designed to reduce the number of guns in the community and make Australia a safer place to live." The Australian attorney general praised the cooperation and responsibility of Australian firearms owners with the gun controls and buy-back, saying, "they have been paid cash for their firearms - giving our nation a welcome Christmas gift by removing unnecessary high-powered firearms from the community. It offers all of us the real chance of a safer festive season and New Year.""

http://www.latimes.com/news/world/worldnow/la...

"Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard, a conservative who led the bipartisan reforms on banning weapons and the buyback of more than 650,000 guns after the Port Arthur massacre, was visiting the United States this summer when a gunman shot and killed 12 at a movie theater in Aurora, Colo.

Howard argued in a commentary for the Age newspaper in Melbourne that Australia was correct to ban weapons and that the United States would be wise to do the same.

Homicides involving firearms dropped by 59% in the decade following Australia’s gun law reforms, Harvard University researchers reported last year in an analysis of the Australian statistics.

“In the 18 years prior to the 1996 Australian laws, there were 13 gun massacres (four or more fatalities) in Australia, resulting in 102 deaths,” Howard noted.“There have been none in that category since the Port Arthur laws.”"

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#77 Jan 7, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
You're not very good at this ?; too lazy?; on dial-up (I am so that's not an excuse -- though YouTube links for back-up is lost on me)?
It's true.
Well, 2 university students were killed by a whacko in 2002:
*** But ***:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_politics_in_...
"In 2002, an international student killed two fellow students at Monash University in Victoria with pistols he had acquired as a member of a shooting club. The gunman, Huan Yun Xiang, was acquitted of crimes related to the shootings due to mental impairment and remains under psychiatric care."
"A study co-authored by Simon Chapman argued that reduction in firearm numbers had prevented mass shootings because in the 18 years prior to the Port Arthur massacre there were 13 mass shootings and in the decade since 1996 there have been none.[39]"
http://www.cnn.com/2012/07/20/opinion/donohue...
"Consider what happened in Australia after a crazed gunman killed 35 people in Port Arthur, Tasmania, in 1996.
The Australian federal government persuaded all states and territories to implement tough new gun control laws. Under the National Firearms Agreement (NFA), firearms legislation was tightened throughout the country. National registration of guns was imposed and it became illegal to hold certain long guns that might be used in mass shootings.
The gun ban was backed up by a mandatory buy-back program that substantially reduced gun possession in Australia.
The effect was that both gun suicides and homicides (as well as total suicides and homicides) fell. Importantly, while there were 13 mass shootings in Australia during the period of 1979--96, there have been none in the sixteen years since.
In 1996, then-Prime Minister John Howard stated that the "whole scheme is designed to reduce the number of guns in the community and make Australia a safer place to live." The Australian attorney general praised the cooperation and responsibility of Australian firearms owners with the gun controls and buy-back, saying, "they have been paid cash for their firearms - giving our nation a welcome Christmas gift by removing unnecessary high-powered firearms from the community. It offers all of us the real chance of a safer festive season and New Year.""
http://www.latimes.com/news/world/worldnow/la...
"Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard, a conservative who led the bipartisan reforms on banning weapons and the buyback of more than 650,000 guns after the Port Arthur massacre, was visiting the United States this summer when a gunman shot and killed 12 at a movie theater in Aurora, Colo.
Howard argued in a commentary for the Age newspaper in Melbourne that Australia was correct to ban weapons and that the United States would be wise to do the same.
Homicides involving firearms dropped by 59% in the decade following Australia’s gun law reforms, Harvard University researchers reported last year in an analysis of the Australian statistics.
“In the 18 years prior to the 1996 Australian laws, there were 13 gun massacres (four or more fatalities) in Australia, resulting in 102 deaths,” Howard noted.“There have been none in that category since the Port Arthur laws.”"
Good post, DW! No matter what sock he uses, Sam insists on obfuscation. Very sad...

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#78 Jan 7, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
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You're not very good at this ?; too lazy?; on dial-up (I am so that's not an excuse -- though YouTube links for back-up is lost on me)?
It's true.
Speaking of being "not very good at this", you and Ferretman have obviously never made friends with google:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/78781...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Childers_Palace_...

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#79 Jan 7, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>Good post, DW! No matter what sock he uses, Sam insists on obfuscation. Very sad...
Thanks, compadre. We've posted about this Australian fact before, that flies in the face of the gun makers, NRA, and their lackeys.

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#80 Jan 7, 2013
65007noogard wrote:
<quoted text>
Speaking of being "not very good at this", you and Ferretman have obviously never made friends with google:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/78781...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Childers_Palace_...
well, I'll check those out -- why didn't you "say so" in the prior post?

My links came via Google -- they're not just lying around ** rolls eyes **

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#81 Jan 7, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
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Thanks, compadre. We've posted about this Australian fact before, that flies in the face of the gun makers, NRA, and their lackeys.
I don't get why Samgard in particular, cannot see that mass shootings and arson are two completely different things. Maybe s/he's been hitting his/herself on a head with a hammer to prove the proliferation of hammer attacks?

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#82 Jan 7, 2013
65007noogard wrote:
<quoted text>
Speaking of being "not very good at this", you and Ferretman have obviously never made friends with google:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/78781...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Childers_Palace_...
Police believe some of the fires were started deliberately - actions which Prime Minister Kevin Rudd said amounted to "mass murder".

OH! This is special! I'm tempted , but I won't .....
BBC news ------> The arson element of the Victoria brush fires back in aught-9!!
I do hafta laff! LOLOL

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