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#4207
Mar 2, 2013
 
HERE COME DA JUDGE...
HERE COME DA JUDGE...
HERE COME DA JUDGE...
HERE COME DA JUDGE...

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#4208
Mar 2, 2013
 
tallyho wrote:
a great mind would ask , how many car accidents fatalities are intended , as compared to gun fatalities
A great mind would know the subject being discussed was accidents.

A great mind would also know that car accidents fatalities are not intended, and would therefore be an oxymoron.

A great mind does know why you would want to compare apples to oranges.

A great mind wants to know what your visit to the law library today yielded, regarding carry permits requiring gun registration in Florida and Georgia.

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#4209
Mar 2, 2013
 
Dr-Sniper wrote:
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A great mind would know the subject being discussed was accidents.
A great mind would also know that car accidents fatalities are not intended, and would therefore be an oxymoron.
A great mind does know why you would want to compare apples to oranges.
A great mind wants to know what your visit to the law library today yielded, regarding carry permits requiring gun registration in Florida and Georgia.
and a great mind hope that all is well in your world...
in spite of the bs of political winds

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#4210
Mar 2, 2013
 
Debra27 wrote:
<quoted text>and a great mind hope that all is well in your world...
in spite of the bs of political winds
Thank you. Likewise.
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Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>And if someone steals your car you are responsible for any accidents they may have that kill someone
You are responsible for the theft of your car if you've left the keys in it.

And who do you think is responsible for the child who gets hold of your prescription drugs or your gun and kills himself or someone else? You or the child?
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Dr-Stripper wrote:
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Much much more predictable.
How many people die from car accidents compared to people that die from gun accidents? Let alone gun accidents in a car.
When you step on the gas the intention is to get somewhere. When you pull the trigger the intention is to put a hole into something.
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Nobody cares what you say about anything
May I ask why it is that you took the time to reply? I'd say you "care" very much what he says and you're worried that other people do too.

Take your lap dance to the next table, Stripper. Your feet stink.

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Mar 2, 2013
 
Force Majeure wrote:
<quoted text>When you step on the gas the intention is to get somewhere. When you pull the trigger the intention is to put a hole into something.

Dr-Stripper wrote, "<quoted text>
Nobody cares what you say about anything
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May I ask why it is that you took the time to reply? I'd say you "care" very much what he says and you're worried that other people do too.

Take your lap dance to the next table, Stripper. Your feet stink.
Four paragraphs and not a single sentence that addresses the post you replied to.
Smoke and mirrors much?

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Mar 2, 2013
 
Force Majeure wrote:
<quoted text>You are responsible for the theft of your car if you've left the keys in it.

And who do you think is responsible for the child who gets hold of your prescription drugs or your gun and kills himself or someone else? You or the child?
I suppose that people that do not lock their doors are responsible for criminals breaking in?

As far as the child, you are correct. Responsibility for your child's actions is completely different than responsibility for a criminal's actions.

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#4217
Mar 2, 2013
 
Force Majeure wrote:
<quoted text>And what about this one?
Lmao, nothing there of substance to address.

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Mar 2, 2013
 
Dr-Sniper wrote:
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A great mind would know the subject being discussed was accidents.
A great mind would also know that car accidents fatalities are not intended, and would therefore be an oxymoron.
A great mind does know why you would want to compare apples to oranges.
A great mind wants to know what your visit to the law library today yielded, regarding carry permits requiring gun registration in Florida and Georgia.
when you get a mind ..... come back . when ypu can read try this

Georgia:

Carry permits issued? Yes Yes OCGA 16-11-129 Concealed or open carry allowed with permit. See also OCGA 433810 which is a special permit for armed security guards.
Open Carry? Yes Yes OCGA 16-11-129

Carry permits issued? Yes Yes OCGA 16-11-129

Keeping You Informed about Georgia Gun Laws ... A person who is licensed in accordance with Code Section 16-11-129 or issued a permit pursuant to Code Section 43 .

sweetie you are one sick azz

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Mar 2, 2013
 
sleep on your back and save your breathe

ha ha ha ha SWEETIE

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Mar 2, 2013
 
(C) Georgia&#65533;s License

Georgia is a shall-issue state (regardless of what the president of the Georgia Council of Probate Court Judges seems to think). Georgia&#65533;s license is required to carry a pistol or revolver openly or concealed, with few exceptions. The Georgia Legislature has defined the criteria a person must meet to be eligible for a Georgia Firearms License (found in OCGA &#65533; 16-11-129)
7 and also has created laws limiting how one may carry (OCGA &#65533;&#65533; 16-11-126 and 16-11-128) and places where one may or may not carry (OCGA &#65533;&#65533; 16-11-127, 16-11-127.1, 16-11-127.2, 16-12-123, 16-12-127, and others). Georgia expressly pre-empted any local government from creating any places off-limits. Georgia&#65533;s pre-emption statute is found in OCGA &#65533; 16-11-173).

Georgia&#65533;s license is required to carry a pistol or revolver openly or concealed, with few exceptions

Georgia&#65533;s license is required to carry a pistol or revolver openly or concealed, with few exceptions

Georgia&#65533;s license is required to carry a pistol or revolver openly or concealed, with few exceptions

also has created laws limiting how one may carry (OCGA &#65533;&#65533; 16-11-126 and 16-11-128) and places where one may or may not carry

also has created laws limiting how one may carry (OCGA &#65533;&#65533; 16-11-126 and 16-11-128) and places where one may or may not carry

also has created laws limiting how one may carry (OCGA &#65533;&#65533; 16-11-126 and 16-11-128) and places where one may or may not carry

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Mar 2, 2013
 
Force Majeure wrote:
<quoted text>Ask your insurance representative.

Dr-Stripper wrote, "<quoted text>Responsibility for your child's actions is completely different than responsibility for a criminal's actions.
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So ....... the child gets hold of your gun ...... it goes off ..... and you come home to find that your husband is dead with a hole through his head. You are responsible for said "action" making you you liable for your "criminal" act. Am I right so far?
I'm asking you.

My child would not get my gun without my supervision.
I've already stated parents are responsible for their children's actions. Until age 18 that is.

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Mar 2, 2013
 
three times a lady sweetie pie

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Mar 2, 2013
 
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>when you get a mind ..... come back . when ypu can read try this

Georgia:

Carry permits issued? Yes Yes OCGA §16-11-129 Concealed or open carry allowed with permit. See also OCGA §43–38–10 which is a special permit for armed security guards.
Open Carry? Yes Yes OCGA §16-11-129

Carry permits issued? Yes Yes OCGA §16-11-129

Keeping You Informed about Georgia Gun Laws ... A person who is licensed in accordance with Code Section 16-11-129 or issued a permit pursuant to Code Section 43 .

sweetie you are one sick azz
Not one bit of that says anything about a concealed carry permit requiring that the gun be registered.

Why do you say things you can't back, then avoid them like the plague after the fact?

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#4224
Mar 2, 2013
 
lets see you used what Alaska/Arizona/Florida/Vermont /Georgia . you have 45 left

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#4225
Mar 2, 2013
 
tallyho wrote:
sleep on your back and save your breathe

ha ha ha ha SWEETIE
You are too funny! Avoidance abound, then do the touchdown dance to detract from it! Lmao!
You're a pathetic laughing stock.

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Mar 2, 2013
 
tallyho wrote:
(C) Georgia&#65533;s License

Georgia is a shall-issue state (regardless of what the president of the Georgia Council of Probate Court Judges seems to think). Georgia&#65533;s license is required to carry a pistol or revolver openly or concealed, with few exceptions. The Georgia Legislature has defined the criteria a person must meet to be eligible for a Georgia Firearms License (found in OCGA &#65533; 16-11-129)
7 and also has created laws limiting how one may carry (OCGA &#65533;&#65533; 16-11-126 and 16-11-128) and places where one may or may not carry (OCGA &#65533;&#65533; 16-11-127, 16-11-127.1, 16-11-127.2, 16-12-123, 16-12-127, and others). Georgia expressly pre-empted any local government from creating any places off-limits. Georgia&#65533;s pre-emption statute is found in OCGA &#65533; 16-11-173).

Georgia&#65533;s license is required to carry a pistol or revolver openly or concealed, with few exceptions

Georgia&#65533;s license is required to carry a pistol or revolver openly or concealed, with few exceptions

Georgia&#65533;s license is required to carry a pistol or revolver openly or concealed, with few exceptions

also has created laws limiting how one may carry (OCGA &#65533;&#65533; 16-11-126 and 16-11-128) and places where one may or may not carry

also has created laws limiting how one may carry (OCGA &#65533;&#65533; 16-11-126 and 16-11-128) and places where one may or may not carry

also has created laws limiting how one may carry (OCGA &#65533;&#65533; 16-11-126 and 16-11-128) and places where one may or may not carry
AGAIN, where is the reference to requirement of gun registration to utilize the carry permit?

More smoke and mirrors from you, because you refuse to or can't admit you were wrong.

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#4227
Mar 2, 2013
 
Dr-Sniper wrote:
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Not one bit of that says anything about a concealed carry permit requiring that the gun be registered.
Why do you say things you can't back, then avoid them like the plague after the fact?
what an idiot .... license has a number #/ permit have a number and I guarantee it stipulated the gun's model/caliber/and serial number .... tell me will you be here tomorrow ??????????

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#4228
Mar 2, 2013
 
LAST TIME:

Licenses Law & Legal Definition

A license or permit is an offical authorization to do something that the person would not be entitled to do without the license or permit. License fees may be imposed, but must be reasonable and not so expensive as to prevent persons from the right to pursue a trade or occupation. Licensing may be used to raise revenue or to fund the regulation of activities. Any qualifications attached to the issuance of the license must meet constitutional due process requirements and not be discriminative. Training, educational, or financial responsibility qualifications may be required. Background information on the applicant may be required when reasonably related to the issuance of the license and not based upon discriminatory reasons.

The issuance of a license may also be conditioned on the action of other government agencies, such as requiring a state license before the applicant will be allowed a local license, or requiring other agencies, such as police, fire, and health departments, to approve the application before the license will issue.

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