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MrColionNoir speaks on it:

I think having a gun or guns hidden and easily accessible in a house is a good idea.  I live in a really nice area though, so carrying one seems like I would just be uncomfortable for no reason when I’m laying around.  Better safe than sorry though I suppose, because he makes a good point about stickup kids kicking down the door, and realizing they got the wrong house.  

[Clay Davis] Sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiiiiiit. [/Clay Davis]

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Thoughts?  Do you guys carry in your house?

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House busts out the trifecta of awesomeness:

I don’t currently watch House. Besides this scene, is it worth checking out?

Hat tip: MAC21500

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Well that is sufficiently creepy.

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A lesson to all gangsters: If you’re talking shit to the camera with a gun in your hand, make sure it’s pointed in a safe direction and your finger is off the trigger.

He’s gonna be grounded for that.

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Penn’s agent Jennifer Goodwin confimed a TMZ.com report that Penn was walking in the city at 1:20 a.m. Tuesday when he was robbed at gunpoint for his wallet and other items.

Full Story – HERE

How on earth did a criminal get his hands on a gun in D.C.?! :roll:

If you don’t know who Kal Penn is, he is best known for his role as Kumar in Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle, and Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo BayIf you haven’t seen both those movies you are seriously slacking.

Oh yea, and Kal Penn, whose real name is Kalpen Modi, currently serves in the Obama administration as a liaison with the Asian-American and Pacific Islander communities. Please don’t let that discourage you from seeing his movies though, as they are extremely funny.

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December 21, 1972

In a five page letter to President Richard Nixon written while traveling on a plane to Washington, Elvis explains he loves his country and wants to give something back and, not being “a member of the Establishment,” believes he could reach some people the president can’t if the president would only make him a federal agent at-large so he can help fight the war on drugs.

President Nixon and Elvis Presley shaking hands in the Oval Office

(Oliver F. Atkins / White House / The National Archives / EPA / December 21, 1970)

Then it’s time for gifts. Elvis pulls out the commemorative Colt 45 he had taken from his wall and carried into the White House, to the dismay of the Secret Service. (“We’ve got a little problem here; Elvis has brought a gun.”) He presents it to Nixon.

The commemorative gun is on display at the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California.

Makes me wonder what would happen if someone high profile like Jay-Z or Kanye showed up at the oval office with a commemorative gun for Obama :lol:

Read the full article over at the L.A. Times – HERE

I definitely recommend reading the full article.  It has a couple other gun related anecdotes.

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