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Some good old fashioned phone trolling:

Phone trolling was so personal, it was great because The feedback was instant and measurable.  Until internet troll-analytics is invented, it will be difficult to ever do anything but guess at the response your clever typed message evoked.

Troll-Face

The most advanced troll ever would have been if someone called up and mentioned something about 7 round magazines… only to have it come true slightly over 22 years later.  We could call it Looper-Trolling.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Cyl

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Big surprise no one in the media wants a sign on their lawn:

4:29 – hahah at the wrong house they got where the old guy was carrying.

5:27 – “The issue is never gonna be guns.  What the issue is, is that you got to get them back down to one bullet magazines” – Ah… so THAT’S the issue.  Glad to see we’re striving for one round now… 10 or even the new 7 round thing I’ve heard is just too “high capacity” apparently.  And these are the guys paid to write for a living… impressive!

In case you missed it, this is all in response to the Journal News publishing a map with the addresses and names of all pistol permit holders in NY’s Westchester and Rockland counties.  Ironic that a lot of those reporters had armed guards because of the recent uproar over that info being published.

gun-control-comicThoughts?

Hat tip: Vincent, Matt

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Yes, 1 real handgun… This guy is a menace!

Behold the full article.. it’s pure gold.  Here are some highlights:

Michael Millazzo, 53 was collared early Friday morning and cops recovered two handguns, 26 magazines, 10,537 rounds of ammunition, 32 machetes, 60 knives, 16 air pistols, an air rifle, seven tasers, eight brass knuckles, nine batons and 10 handcuffs, upon executing a search warrant.

Wow…. just wow.  I love how they were so specific with the round count too.  LOL 10,537.  I’m surprised they didn’t confiscate other dangerous things to lay on the table, like kitchen knives, bleach, screwdriver etc..

Like a couple of the guys over at SayUncle mentioned, that Beretta 92 bastardization and its magazine look suspect… most likely not even a real firearm.  So in other words this guy’s arsenal only consists of one Glock.

The door to Millazzo’s apartment was plastered with military and weapons-related stickers including ones that read “Member, National Rifle Association,” “Proud to Have Served in the U .S. Armed Services,” a bull’s-eye target

Stickers!  You don’t say?  There’s a telltale sign on a twisted individual right there.

It was not clear what he intended to do with the weapons.

Who the hell writes these articles?  Sure NY has terrible gun laws, but just because someone breaks some firearm related possession law, or is a felon and owns a firearm, it doesn’t automatically mean they have ill intentions.  Perhaps they think being able to defend themselves is worth the risk of possibly being caught.  The audacity!

Thoughts?  How many of you guys have “arsenals” according to this?  Never mind stupid question… :P

Hat tip: SayUncle via Rob

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Pretty funny that this slipped through the cracks:

Two parents in Queens were outraged after their five-year-old daughter was asked to complete a spelling worksheet that featured the words “gun” and “rob,” but officials at the Department of Education said Wednesday that the teacher, who brought the offending worksheet from a previous school, has apologized.

“You’re teaching them that guns are okay because you’re putting it in their homework, you’re teaching them that robbing is okay because you’re putting it in their homework,” said Takiema Reynolds, the girl’s mother.

Full Story – HERE

I suppose it’s a bit more sensitive of an issue in a city like New York, in a neighborhood such as Queens.  Lets not get carried away though, guns ARE OK.  Robbing isn’t OK, but that’s a robber in the picture.  Police have guns to catch robbers.  Are police not OK?

Genuine mistake on behalf of the teacher?  Or an epic troll gone sour?  I guess we will never know.

Hat tip: Vicklan

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Very sneaky:

According to the blog of a New York City taxi driver:

These “taxis” are used as undercover cars in general police work. You may see them cruising the streets as you would a regular patrol car or perhaps pulling over a motorist (they’re equipped with flashing lights and sirens) who ran a red light or something. The cops are in plain clothes, not uniforms. I would guess there are about 20 of these cars in the city. I see them every day.

Plain clothes, not uniforms?  Yea for “general” police work I don’t like the idea of that at all.

My personal opinion is that police as a deterrent is in the end more effective then being all sneaky and catching people doing things they definitely wouldn’t have done if they knew police were in the area.

What do you guys think?

Hat tip: Bryan

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