Why be an @sshole? I've had LOTs of experience at RERAL close quarters violence.I've been in many "strenuous disagreements"that resulted in everything from pain to maiming&beyond.Does that mean I'd like to step into a prize fighting ring against Roy Jones?Are you high?I'd have to be to even consider THAT.The same applies to people that kick @ss at the combat/practical type pistol or 3gun matches.I dunno,maybe you could have phrased that opening question a little differently......No ,I doubt it.
This guy is SOOO envious of people that really DO things, it drives him crazy. He cut's down Combat Veteran's, because he's not one. He hate's Law Enforcement because he want's the coward/convict's way out of proving that it's RIGHT to sell drug's and steal from, and kill people. This make's you cool. Wrong, loser, it makes you locked up or DEAD.
You know ,Terry;I'm no fan of the WOD,or the "you got nothing to hide so let us in ans warrant" attitude of the sheeple.I've had more than my share of ugly encounters with uglier cops.That said,I've also had more than a few (not necessarily friends ,either)dealings with cops who were decent guys(and girls).
i STILL can't grasp the concept of some one ripping people by way of "sayin'hello",starting a thread,or encountering disagreement.I already mentioned what someone here reminds mewe of...you know,the no-load type that "calls you out"from behind a crowd,from a passing vehicle....or the "annonymity" of the internet.
The province that I live in considers me a Veteran, but the Federal government who sent me to 2 tours in the Middle East doesn't. If your National Veterans Affairs, are as ignorant as ours are, I feel sorry for your guys.
Wed, August 18, 2004
Veterans get licence plate
The Alberta government has announced it will develop a special rear licence plate to honour veterans. "I have always felt it was important that we honour those who have put their lives on the line for our province and our country," Government Services Minister Dave Coutts said yesterday.
The province will develop the plate's design and cost in conjunction with the Royal Canadian Legion.
"We are pleased the province of Alberta recognizes the sacrifice and value of our veterans," said Harvey Shevalier of the legion. "We think a graphic licence plate that honours veterans is fitting and due."