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chad745
11-05-2011, 12:50
We should have thousands of signs that tell us whats legal and whats not! (sarcasm)


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barstoolguru
11-05-2011, 12:54
you can't carry in a place of scholastic or athletic activities in Texas suck as a soccer field or football game

Darkangel1846
11-05-2011, 15:02
We should have thousands of signs that tell us whats legal and whats not! (sarcasm)


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I guess because a large number of Americans have no commonsense or are just stupid:wavey:

chad745
11-05-2011, 16:11
you can't carry in a place of scholastic or athletic activities in Texas suck as a soccer field or football game

Statute says scholastic or professional sporting events, not just any sporting event. This one was neither. I just find it stupid to have a sign saying "hey its legal to carry here". We didn't have a sign saying its legal to chew bubble gum there! See my point?


Chad745

Maine1
11-05-2011, 16:20
This gives you something to show people who want to play tattle tale.

bustedknee
11-05-2011, 17:14
you can't carry in a place of scholastic or athletic activities in Texas suck as a soccer field or football game

Do they have a sign at the gun shop that says,
"No Football Playing"?

packsaddle
11-05-2011, 17:57
Just think of the thousands of criminals that sign has deterred over the years.

/sarcasm

jeffyjeff
11-05-2011, 20:02
to be fair, it probably just said "the possession of firearms is prohibited" before they taped over it.

GlockinNJ
11-05-2011, 20:17
There's a major intersection down the road from my house. If you stop your car right on the stop line and look over at the traffic light, you can't see it because it's completely blocked by a sign that says "No Right On Red".

chad745
11-06-2011, 09:36
to be fair, it probably just said "the possession of firearms is prohibited" before they taped over it.

I think you're right.

Jim S.
11-06-2011, 11:39
I guess because a large number of Americans have no commonsense or are just stupid:wavey:

"Do not put cat in the micro wave."
"Do not iron cloths while wearing them."
I could go on for a long time...
But the point is made.

Schrag4
11-06-2011, 14:11
"Do not put cat in the micro wave."
"Do not iron cloths while wearing them."
I could go on for a long time...
But the point is made.

Would a cat really damage the microwave?

Cavalry Doc
11-06-2011, 14:49
We should have thousands of signs that tell us whats legal and whats not! (sarcasm)


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Simple, Lawyers exist, and therefore, so do the signs.

Patchman
11-06-2011, 16:38
Would a cat really damage the microwave?

:rofl::rofl:

Or, would wearing your cloths while ironing it really damage the iron? I think not.

BailRecoveryAgent
11-06-2011, 17:04
Would a cat really damage the microwave?

If you're gonna microwave a cat, put a paper towel over it so it doesn't make a mess.

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