Notice how a one or two line reply is enough to send you into a
frenzied, illogical response?
*That's* all the information anybody needs to know about you. You'd be
doing everyone a favour by using one of those guns on yourself.
Hendrik, if this is really you, welcome to the group.
I have not seen you here much before this argument? / Discussion? Street
fight? I just went to your website.
As far as political stuff.... lets keep it ww..
You are far too good a woodworker to lose you.
Please post ww stuff.
As far as the politics goes, we all post here from time to time our
rants... most of us take some heat for it... So feel free to ignore my
keep it WW... but still stay and post some WW stuff.
For those of you that didn't see his ww stuff...
or http://passionforwood.com in which he also has a food site..
I saw his stuff and it really is excellent work. He appears to be an
all around woodworker.
But, that leads me to question who is *really* posting the gun
rhetoric, him or someone else impersonating him?
It's not just High River - the same thing happened in Slave Lake when 1/4 o
f our town burned down.
When our town burned, the long gun registry was still in effect - my guns (
in a locker under a bed) were untouched. Other people had safes torched ope
The registry had been rescinded with the promise that long gun records were
"poison fruit" when High River happened.
Personally, I would feel better if the RCMP had simply patrolled for looter
s rather than becoming looters. I would figure those readers in the US woul
d have been all over "illegal search and siezure". FWIW, the two weeks we w
ere gone were spent in our holiday trailer at a campground in Westlock, Alb
erta - our house unlocked the entire time.
On 9/12/2013 11:30 PM, email@example.com wrote:
When our town burned, one of the major problems was ammunition. It may
be secured from human malefactors but when everything burns at hundreds
if not thousands of degrees, the danger to firefighters is a BIG problem.
Bullets and power are small stuff.
Consider 500 gallon propane bottles or the 30 / 60 gallons on the house...
Consider the wool rug - it gives off cyanide gas.
Plastics vaporize into dangerous chemicals and then deposit in lungs.
Far more to consider.
On 9/13/2013 12:28 PM, jo4hn wrote:
Were the fire arms returned? As far as we can prove, yes. but many question
s remain unanswered. Houses left intact are easily explained. Houses destro
yed - totally or partially - are still an unknown entity - not to mention "
your stuff goes missing without your permission". Does it really matter if
the thief is wearing a uniform or not?
If the ammunition is in a house that is burning, the danger is minimal as l
ong as the round isn't chambered (well over 10 years on our local FD). The
brass casing with split long before any projectiles become a concern. If th
e house is fully involved, what are you going to save?
The story we got for confiscation was the "looters stealing guns" malarkey.
.. After the furball in Slave Lake, I am worried as to why they felt repeat
ing the exercise in High River was a wise move.
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