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Old 04-24-2009, 06:10 AM   #21
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Default Re: Marshawn Lynch Arrested

Wait a minute - they were sitting in the car and the cops searched for no reason?

*except being black and sitting in a Benz, of course.

Is that legal? Why volunteer that you had a gun?

California sucks.
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Old 04-24-2009, 07:37 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by Dino 6 Rings View Post
actually, GTA stole that idea from the old time tradition of saying that stuff out loud when you were a teenager and first got your license to drive. At least, I know me and my friends would do that. "Little Old Lady, 500 points"

as for this fool getting arrested. I'm suprised more athletes don't get in trouble with guns to be honest.
I think that actually came from the movie Death Race 2000.

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its all "legal" semantics though, right?

i mean i can ride through town on a horse with a gun on my hip and be fine. but as soon as i step into my car and take teh holster off and set it on the passenger seat beside me, it is considered "concealed"????

has anyone on earth ever buckled up (to abide by the law) with a .357 s&w magnum strapped to their hip? any right handed shooter who has owned a .357 knows this simply isnt happening.
Actually, I believe that would be ok. Putting it in you glove box, under your seat or rolled up in a jacket on the floor board would be "concealed". That requires a special licence.

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