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post #676 of 1719
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Yeah, 1985 was a tough year. I can see why you'd reference the 60s (prior to the creation of 911 service no doubt).

She might have been new and it could have been a busy night and she was freaking out. She said those words twice. She did, in awhile, connect me to another law enforcement, since I never hung up. But still it is not what you ever expect to hear from the police department when chickens threaten as chickens do. Everything about these thugs is the chicken way. I really do believe in capital punishment. Not for punishment. But to get rid of the Pollution.
post #677 of 1719
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Originally Posted by greger View Post

She might have been new and it could have been a busy night and she was freaking out. She said those words twice. She did, in awhile, connect me to another law enforcement, since I never hung up. But still it is not what you ever expect to hear from the police department when chickens threaten as chickens do. Everything about these thugs is the chicken way. I really do believe in capital punishment. Not for punishment. But to get rid of the Pollution.

911 services and the police department are two very different things. Glad I could clear this up for you.
post #678 of 1719
ooooh with the capital 'P' and everything...
post #679 of 1719

post #680 of 1719
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

911 services and the police department are two very different things. Glad I could clear this up for you.

911 wasn't here yet, and maybe not invented yet.

Gotta run before the hospital closes.
post #681 of 1719

don't forget this one

post #682 of 1719
The museum where Snipes gets all his guns is of the kind ethan envisions for today's times.
"Salutations, citizen. What seems to be your boggle?"
post #683 of 1719

i never figured out how to use the three seashells... :confused: 

post #684 of 1719
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Originally Posted by double00 View Post

i never figured out how to use the three seashells... confused.gif  


It's been on the internet for a decade.

Potentially NSFW
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post #685 of 1719
J-arsehole went insane?

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-birmingham-34687879
post #686 of 1719
Nah- JA will remain nonviolent until his cadre leader informs him that the revolution has begun. I suspect right now he's performing his famous Halloween tricks for the troubled childrenz in his ward
post #687 of 1719

There have been several mass stabbings in the past couple weeks.  Is it time we ban knives?

post #688 of 1719
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post
 

There have been several mass stabbings in the past couple weeks.  Is it time we ban knives?

 

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 Alaska: Gravity knives and switchblades. And you're supposed to tell a cop you're carrying a knife if he stops you.

Arizona: Anything goes. Tell a cop if you're carrying one.

Arkansas: Please, carry any sort of knife you'd like.

California: No dirks, daggers, stilettos or ballistic knives. No undetectable (ie non-ferrous or hidden in a cane) knives. You're supposed to carry big knives unconcealed.

Los Angeles: Don't carry knives in plain view. Exposed pocket clips are supposedly fine.

Colorado: Don't conceal anything over 3.5 inches. No ballistic knives.

Connecticut: No automatics or stilettos over 1.5 inches. You can't carry anything over 4 inches.

Delaware: The only knives you can conceal are pocket knives of 3 inches or less.

Florida: If you're going to conceal it, make it 4 inches or less.

Georgia: If it's over 5 inches, you need a weapons permit if you want to conceal it.

Hawaii: No balisongs or switchblades. Don't conceal anything that looks dangerous. Real men fight with their fists anyways.

Idaho: Knives are cool here!

Illinois: No switchblades, throwing knives or ballistic knives.

Chicago: Keep it under 2.5 inches.

Indiana: No ninja stars or pizzas at gay weddings. 

Iowa: Pretty much anything goes, but you're not supposed to conceal anything over 5 inches or a dagger or switchblade or can knife.

Kansas: No throwing stars or ballistic knives.

Kentucky: Ain't no knife laws here. Except you're ain't supposed to conceal anything scary lookin'

Louisiana: No switchblades.

Maine: Illegal to carry daggers, stilettos or "knives designed for harming others."

Maryland: You can't conceal a throwing star, dirk, switchblade, gravity knife or bowie.

Massachusetts: The few survivors of the last winter encouraged not to carry switchblades, dirks, stilettos, ballistic knives or ones with knuckle guards as they forage for what meager sustenance remains.

Michigan: Anything goes. Don't conceal stilettos though. 

Minnesota: Anything goes except for switchblades, don't you know.

Mississippi: You can't own anything scary looking if you're a minor or a convicted felon. And no one's supposed to conceal that scary stuff either.

Missourah: No switchblades.

Montana: Don't conceal anything over 4 inches.

Nebraska: It's illegal for a felon to own a knife, which must make cooking interesting. Anyone else can own and carry whatever they want.

Nevada: No belt buckle knives, which are apparently a thing. Don't try and conceal anything scary.

New Hampshire: Don't tread on me.

New Jersey: Tony and Vinny can own and carry whatever they want except a switchblade.

New Mexico: No switchblades or butterfly knives.

New York: You can't own a knife unless you're a US Citizen. A law currently being violated at every restaurant in the state. And no one's supposed to have anything scary like a switchblade, throwing star or sword.

New York City: No gravity knives. The cops will make this mean anything if they want to. No knives over 4 inches.

North Carolina: Nothing that shoots its blades. Don't conceal carry a butcher knife, a bowie knife or anything scary.

North Dakota: No concealing your machete, switchblade or anything else that's over 5 inches.

Ohio: Anything goes, just don't be a child playing with a toy gun in a park.

Oklahoma: You can't carry anything scary, concealed or open.

Oregon: Believes it violates your 2nd amendment rights to tell you what knives you can have or carry.

Pennsylvania: It's illegal to own a dagger, automatic knife or sword cane. You can't open or conceal anything scary, including hunting knives. I bet a lot of people break that last law pretty constantly.

Rhode Island: Don't conceal anything over 3 inches. And the usual no scary stuff.

South Carolina: Own and carry anything you want, any way you want.

South Dakota: Not sure there's actually laws of any kind here, but you're definitely cool with whatever knife you want.

Tennessee: You can't carry anything over 4 inches.

Texas: No gravity knives.

Utah: Anything goes unless you've been convicted of a variety of loose criminal charges including delinquency, then no knives for you.

Vermont: No switchblades, if they're over 3 inches.

Virginia: It is legal to own any type of knife in Virginia, it is illegal to conceal anything scary looking.

Washington: No switchblades.

West Virginia: No concealing anything scary looking.

Wisconsin: Don't conceal anything scary looking.

Wyoming: Don't conceal anything scary looking.

State laws source: KnifeUp.com

 

post #689 of 1719
I've used my wave, and emerson in front of cops, and they always compliment the emerson.
post #690 of 1719
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Originally Posted by englade321 View Post
 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 Alaska: Gravity knives and switchblades. And you're supposed to tell a cop you're carrying a knife if he stops you.

Arizona: Anything goes. Tell a cop if you're carrying one.

Arkansas: Please, carry any sort of knife you'd like.

California: No dirks, daggers, stilettos or ballistic knives. No undetectable (ie non-ferrous or hidden in a cane) knives. You're supposed to carry big knives unconcealed.

Los Angeles: Don't carry knives in plain view. Exposed pocket clips are supposedly fine.

Colorado: Don't conceal anything over 3.5 inches. No ballistic knives.

Connecticut: No automatics or stilettos over 1.5 inches. You can't carry anything over 4 inches.

Delaware: The only knives you can conceal are pocket knives of 3 inches or less.

Florida: If you're going to conceal it, make it 4 inches or less.

Georgia: If it's over 5 inches, you need a weapons permit if you want to conceal it.

Hawaii: No balisongs or switchblades. Don't conceal anything that looks dangerous. Real men fight with their fists anyways.

Idaho: Knives are cool here!

Illinois: No switchblades, throwing knives or ballistic knives.

Chicago: Keep it under 2.5 inches.

Indiana: No ninja stars or pizzas at gay weddings. 

Iowa: Pretty much anything goes, but you're not supposed to conceal anything over 5 inches or a dagger or switchblade or can knife.

Kansas: No throwing stars or ballistic knives.

Kentucky: Ain't no knife laws here. Except you're ain't supposed to conceal anything scary lookin'

Louisiana: No switchblades.

Maine: Illegal to carry daggers, stilettos or "knives designed for harming others."

Maryland: You can't conceal a throwing star, dirk, switchblade, gravity knife or bowie.

Massachusetts: The few survivors of the last winter encouraged not to carry switchblades, dirks, stilettos, ballistic knives or ones with knuckle guards as they forage for what meager sustenance remains.

Michigan: Anything goes. Don't conceal stilettos though. 

Minnesota: Anything goes except for switchblades, don't you know.

Mississippi: You can't own anything scary looking if you're a minor or a convicted felon. And no one's supposed to conceal that scary stuff either.

Missourah: No switchblades.

Montana: Don't conceal anything over 4 inches.

Nebraska: It's illegal for a felon to own a knife, which must make cooking interesting. Anyone else can own and carry whatever they want.

Nevada: No belt buckle knives, which are apparently a thing. Don't try and conceal anything scary.

New Hampshire: Don't tread on me.

New Jersey: Tony and Vinny can own and carry whatever they want except a switchblade.

New Mexico: No switchblades or butterfly knives.

New York: You can't own a knife unless you're a US Citizen. A law currently being violated at every restaurant in the state. And no one's supposed to have anything scary like a switchblade, throwing star or sword.

New York City: No gravity knives. The cops will make this mean anything if they want to. No knives over 4 inches.

North Carolina: Nothing that shoots its blades. Don't conceal carry a butcher knife, a bowie knife or anything scary.

North Dakota: No concealing your machete, switchblade or anything else that's over 5 inches.

Ohio: Anything goes, just don't be a child playing with a toy gun in a park.

Oklahoma: You can't carry anything scary, concealed or open.

Oregon: Believes it violates your 2nd amendment rights to tell you what knives you can have or carry.

Pennsylvania: It's illegal to own a dagger, automatic knife or sword cane. You can't open or conceal anything scary, including hunting knives. I bet a lot of people break that last law pretty constantly.

Rhode Island: Don't conceal anything over 3 inches. And the usual no scary stuff.

South Carolina: Own and carry anything you want, any way you want.

South Dakota: Not sure there's actually laws of any kind here, but you're definitely cool with whatever knife you want.

Tennessee: You can't carry anything over 4 inches.

Texas: No gravity knives.

Utah: Anything goes unless you've been convicted of a variety of loose criminal charges including delinquency, then no knives for you.

Vermont: No switchblades, if they're over 3 inches.

Virginia: It is legal to own any type of knife in Virginia, it is illegal to conceal anything scary looking.

Washington: No switchblades.

West Virginia: No concealing anything scary looking.

Wisconsin: Don't conceal anything scary looking.

Wyoming: Don't conceal anything scary looking.

State laws source: KnifeUp.com

 

 

The laws aren't good enough. We need new federal laws banning knives and perhaps a cooling off period.  No exemptions on background checks for knife shows either.

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