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My man “Midway LP” in his snazzy yellow sport coat making it rain in Indy:

Jan 2, 1992 – April 25, 2014…. that’s 22 years worth of rounding up.  $9.892 Million is a lot of money.

american-flag1:37 – Only LP would casually ask where his bro Mike McGill is in the crowd and holler at him.

The memo on the check should have read “that’s the way it is” (his catch phrase).

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Gun stores must check the criminal background of anyone buying a gun. But no check is required if someone rents a gun to use on the store’s shooting range. In fact, a background check is not even allowed for rentals. Gun stores don’t have to check a renter’s ID, fill out paperwork or even write down a name.

Full Story – HERE

Hat Tip: SayUncle

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(Please check all that apply.)

[      ]    I need this gun
[      ]    I want this gun
[      ]    I don’t need this gun, but I might need it in the future
[      ]    This gun is a good deal
[      ]    This gun might be a good deal
[      ]    This gun would make good trade bait
[      ]    This gun isn’t a good deal, but I owe the dealer for the last deal he gave me
[      ]    This gun is in great shape and would make a fine investment
[      ]    This gun is in horrible shape, but I bet I could restore it
[      ]    This gun’s barrel is dark and shot out, but I could use the action
[      ]    This gun’s action is crap, but the rifling is strong and I could put it on that other action
[      ]    This gun’s barrel and action are shit, but the wood is probably really nice under the cosmoline
[      ]    I need this gun b/c I appreciate its engineering
[      ]    I need this gun b/c I appreciate its aesthetics
[      ]    I need this gun b/c I appreciate its role in history
[      ]    I need this gun b/c at some point it may be known for its engineering, aesthetics, and/or role in history
[      ]    This gun is rare; I should snap it up now
[      ]    This gun is common; everyone else has one, why shouldn’t I?
[      ]    This gun is neither common nor rare, but it could become so; I should buy it
[      ]    I already have this gun, but not in this caliber
[      ]    I already have this gun, but not in this barrel length
[      ]    I already have this gun, but not with this checkering/inlay
[      ]    I already have this gun, but not with this color frame
[      ]    I already have this gun, but not a pair with contiguous serial numbers
[      ]    I need to buy this gun before the Liberal Nanny State bans them
[      ]    I need to buy this gun before the Conservative Fascist State takes them
[      ]    I need to buy this gun because I’m an Anarchist and FUCK YOU, THATS WHY!

    If you have checked one or more boxes, please feel free to purchase your firearm in good conscience.

    Hat Tip: Justin

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    SecondAmendment

    If the first amendment was treated like the second amendment…

    Any speech using 10 or more foreign words would be a felony.
    (Firearm law 922(r) restricting 10 or more foreign gun parts from the 1989 import ban)

    Anyone convicted of a felony or convicted of misdemeanor domestic abuse or assault is not allowed freedom of speech or religion and must rely on the government to provide speech and religion for them.
    (1968 gun control act)

    Any speech or religions that are done in a scary tone or feel are banned.  Any assembly that looks scary is banned.
    (1994 Federal Assault Weapon Ban that went after mostly cosmetic features)

    Before engaging in new free speech you must pass an instant background check by a government authorized free speech dealer.  Sorry, if your name is like someone else prohibited from speech and religion, it is up to you to prove you’re not that person.
    (NICS instant background check and Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act of 1993)

    Any speech or work with more than 10 sentences per page is forbidden, any peaceable assembly with more than 10 people is also banned.
    (Hi-Capacity Magazine bans in the Assault Weapon Ban and in many states to this day)

    ‘Freedom of Speech’ was only meant to be applicable to movable type presses.  The founding fathers didn’t foresee television, radio, photographs, telephones, film, or the internet.
    (The idea that the 2nd amendment only applies to muskets)

    You cannot exercise free speech or religion on federal property or at a school.
    (Section 930. Title 18, United States Code and the Gun Free School Zone Act of 1990)

    Any religions, peaceable assemblies, camera, computer, telephone or free speech enabling device made before 1986 is available to use by the general public.  Any made after 1986 is only available to law enforcement.
    (Closing of the NFA machine gun registry in 1986 by Regan with the Firearms Owner’s Protection Act)

    A legal Polaroid camera from 1972 is now worth over $10,000 because you can’t get any new ones after 1986.  Sure you can get an illegal one, but you risk a 10-20 year felony conviction if caught.
    (Market effects of the 1986 registry closure)

    You can follow any religion, read any book, talk about whatever you like AFTER you pay a $200 tax to the government and pass a background check.  If you decide to buy more books, try another religion, or talk about something else, you must pay another $200 and go through another lengthy background check.
    (National Firearm Act of 1934)

    You CANNOT have free speech no matter what in Washington DC, it has been this way since 1977.
    (Washington DC handgun ban)

    Concealing free speech/religion is only permissible in some states and only after you have spent $100 and attended a state mandated course on how to speak/worship properly.  Though in some states you can’t conceal or display your speech or religion at all outside of your home.
    (Conceal Carry Legislation and open carry laws)

    You cannot have free speech if you are under 18 and you can’t worship anything until you are 21.
    (Age restrictions on buying long guns and handguns)

    If you wish to exchange free speech with a citizen in another state you must involve a government sanctioned free speech dealer to ensure they are allowed that type of free speech in their state.
    (1968 Gun Control Act which mandates a FFL be needed for interstate gun purchases and transfers)

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