Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Once again we see that timing is everything and preparations delayed are preparations denied.

“Did you notice the tractor trailer back there to our loading dock?” the man asked the woman, who responded with an affirmative. “All the guns are already packed in, and we’re taking all the pawns out of here too, just to protect our customers’ merchandise.”


Anonymous said...

Is this a new type of "prepping" that I'm not aware of? Wait 'till that absolute last minute to buy the things you need in an emergency? In neighborhoods like that I would have been born with a firearm. Or maybe she's been anti-2nd amendment all these years and has finally figured out why people own guns.

Anonymous said...

This is the bio of the author of the piece:

Author: Valerie Beaumont
Valerie is a lifelong progressive activist, a mother, and a strong supporter of civil rights. She currently lives in Bloomington, Indiana with her son, her cats, and three well-fed goldfish.

So concerned about the trouble the customer had obtaining her pistol and possible racist breach of civil liberty ... opposite day!

TRex said...

The point, if it isn't already obvious enough, is that she should have already bought the gun and ammo, taken it to the range to test it and learn how to use it.
All of this should have been done at least last month.

Anonymous said...

It all seems like perfectly logical preparations to me. You can "bet the ranch" these businesses' insurers will
deny any claims under a host of AOG/CD "exemptions hidden deep in the fine print. All they're doing is taking, (at the last minute, it seems) steps to reduce their risk.

As regards an active "armed defense" of hour business premises, I'd opine you might be on very soft tundra. We're going to see a lot of quasi-legal "precedents" arising out of Ferguson, IMNSHO.
Foremost is going to be the "right" of underclass blacks, (or minority of your choice), to wreak havoc without penalty. >Jeff