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  1. You are correct, but we have to mention the Multiple Handgun Exemption. That exemption has rules and criteria you must follow. The main one is when you apply for it you must specify all the handguns you wish to buy at once and their serial numbers. That implies you have all the handguns you want waiting somewhere with someone who will transfer them to you after the exemption is approved and you exercise it. This used to be based in paper forms, but is now done digitally in FARS. I just updated this post. There are no forms to download. The FARS application process will ask right up front if you want to apply for a Multiple Handgun Exemption. The PDF file I originally referenced was only useful instruction to a dealer on how to properly execute a MHE. I have used at least four of these exemptions when it was appropriate.
  2. No, let's not be kind to Alec - American Thinker
  3. So the question would be does Keanu Reeves check the firearms (props or otherwise) he's handed before he 'shoots' them, or not? Having seen him shoot on video I suspect he's well aware of gun safety protocols. And I'd be interested in knowing.
  4. OK, so seriously. Baldwin is a rich, big-mouth, pompous ass who's reveled for years and used his fame haranguing gun owners because he has virtuously decided they're evil. But that didn't dissuade him from making a bunch of money waving guns around in movies. That's why he gets no sympathy from me. If he was serious about 'gun safety', and knew he'd be handling firearms whether props or not, he would have taken safety courses. Then he would have known that the last hand on the firearm is the one responsible for it's discharge, and checked it himself. His latest online remark is something to the effect that 'I've never been handed a live gun on set'. From here on in Alec, you'll probably never be handed a firearm. On set or off.
  5. That was actually my first answer. But I thought I'd be serious for a change.
  6. And my Twitter reply to Alec: "Hi Alec. I'm glad you lived long enough to find out. Enjoy the rest of your life." Just kidding. I'm not even on Twitter. But if I was...
  7. Although it vaguely resembles Nixon too.
  8. I've got another friend on NJ Comcast, and I think she watches FNC all the time. I'll check with her. Should have done that already. Without knowing what the outbound feed topology of FNC looks like I have no chance at all. That's why I tried to get at least two points of reference for someone who does. FNC did respond to my inquiry and said they forwarded my complaint to the broadcast department. I'm not holding my breath. But I'll report if I ever get an answer. In the meantime, if any one else has seen this issue let me know. I know it's not that big an issue even for me, but my curiosity as an ex-broadcast guy is going to keep me after it. And when it happens it's annoying.
  9. Because my Optimum cable headend is in Sparta NJ, and I'm quite sure they don't share any facilities with DISH satellite. For the problem to appear across multiple states and multiple carriers the issue must be further upstream. My Optimum cable and 30 meg internet service is fine in all other respects, and I have none of the other issues you mentioned. It's just a simple brief signal drop exclusively on one channel. Funny you mentioned Cablevision problems. I had them back in the 80's in another town, and their aerial wiring was terrible. After many complaint calls they sent a tech out, probably to bullshit me and shut me up. When the tech walked in and I presented him with a hp 8558B spectrum analyzer display showing their signal significantly below minimums he just called his supervisor. Subsequently I got about eight months of free cable service until they straightened their aerial problems out.
  10. Mrs. 45Doll just quietly started cleaning her Glock 21. OK, seriously, if anyone has seen this issue as well I'd like to know. Fox did respond to my message with an auto update and a ticket number attached.
  11. It might alleviate the reception problem for me, but create another more serious one!
  12. Here's a snip of an email I just sent to Fox News. I'd like to know if any of you that watch Fox regularly have experienced this problem. Especially if your carrier is other than Optimum or DISH. "I am an Optimum customer in NJ and your signal repeatedly drops out. The symptoms are always the same. First the audio cuts for 3-5 seconds, then the video goes black for another 3-5 seconds, then the full signal returns. This can happen several times in the space of a minute. It started up about six months ago and has been happening intermittently since then. It's subject to happen at any time. For example it happened several times on Gutfeld! both Wednesday and Thursday nights. It's not our cable connection. This only happens on the Fox News channel. It's not our home equipment. We have both TiVo and ARRIS DVRs and the drops are identical on both. And now we know it's not Optimum. I just finished experiments with a friend in PA who's on DISH and they are experiencing the same drops as we are, even down to the show and timing. I don't know how your feed is distributed to the carriers so that's as far as I can go. But it's really annoying and we'd like it fixed."
  13. "You have an outstanding payment." Thus with this Subject another bogus ripoff attempt arrives in my inbox. Fortunately trapped by my commercial spam trap. I guess I get at least one of these a week now, and I ignore most of them. But you have to give them credit. The verbiage to bypass conventional SPAM text filters, along with the 'threat' of 'exposing' my 'exciting activities' is really something to behold. I have burst out laughing at a number of them. So let me share the one that arrive in my SPAM box tonight. See if you get the same laugh out of it. Email address of course transposed to something appropriate. In the meantime I remain terrified! P.S. If anyone wants to contribute to his Bitcoin wallet feel free. Or send an IED. "Hello there! Unfortunately, there are some bad news for you. Around several months ago I have obtained access to your devices that you were using to browse internet. Subsequently, I have proceeded with tracking down internet activities of yours. Below, is the sequence of past events: In the past, I have bought access from hackers to numerous email accounts (today, that is a very straightforward task that can be done online). Clearly, I have effortlessly logged in to email account of yours ([email protected]). A week after that, I have managed to install Trojan virus to Operating Systems of all your devices that are used for email access. Actually, that was quite simple (because you were clicking the links in inbox emails). All smart things are quite straightforward. (>_<) The software of mine allows me to access to all controllers in your devices, such as video camera, microphone and keyboard. I have managed to download all your personal data, as well as web browsing history and photos to my servers. I can access all messengers of yours, as well as emails, social networks, contacts list and even chat history. My virus unceasingly refreshes its signatures (since it is driver-based), and hereby stays invisible for your antivirus. So, by now you should already understand the reason why I remained unnoticed until this very moment... While collecting your information, I have found out that you are also a huge fan of websites for adults. You truly enjoy checking out porn websites and watching dirty videos, while having a lot of kinky fun. I have recorded several kinky scenes of yours and montaged some videos, where you reach orgasms while passionately masturbating. If you still doubt my serious intentions, it only takes couple mouse clicks to share your videos with your friends, relatives and even colleagues. It is also not a problem for me to allow those vids for access of public as well. I truly believe, you would not want this to occur, understanding how special are the videos you love watching, (you are clearly aware of that) all that stuff can result in a real disaster for you. Let's resolve it like this: All you need is $1750 USD transfer to my account (bitcoin equivalent based on exchange rate during your transfer), and after the transaction is successful, I will proceed to delete all that kinky stuff without delay. Afterwards, we can pretend that we have never met before. In addition, I assure you that all the harmful software will be deleted from all your devices. Be sure, I keep my promises. That is quite a fair deal with a low price, bearing in mind that I have spent a lot of effort to go through your profile and traffic for a long period. If you are unaware how to buy and send bitcoins - it can be easily fixed by searching all related information online. Below is bitcoin wallet of mine: 1FhTVkgUpVyWNRG8bJkgyJipEmoEtitZwd You are given not more than 48 hours after you have opened this email (2 days to be precise). Below is the list of actions that you should not attempt doing: > Do not attempt to reply my email (the email in your inbox was created by me together with return address). > Do not attempt to call police or any other security services. Moreover, don't even think to share this with friends of yours. Once I find that out (make no doubt about it, I can do that effortlessly, bearing in mind that I have full control over all your systems) - the video of yours will become available to public immediately. > Do not attempt to search for me - there is completely no point in that. All cryptocurrency transactions remain anonymous at all times. > Do not attempt reinstalling the OS on devices of yours or get rid of them. It is meaningless too, because all your videos are already available at remote servers. Below is the list of things you don't need to be concerned about: > That I will not receive the money you transferred. - Don't you worry, I can still track it, after the transaction is successfully completed, because I still monitor all your activities (trojan virus of mine includes a remote-control option, just like TeamViewer). > That I still will make your videos available to public after your money transfer is complete. - Believe me, it is meaningless for me to keep on making your life complicated. If I indeed wanted to make it happen, it would happen long time ago! Everything will be carried out based on fairness! Before I forget...moving forward try not to get involved in this kind of situations anymore! An advice from me - regularly change all the passwords to your accounts."
  14. @Mrs. Peel Buona fortuna! He was the 15th century equivalent of an astronaut. And his statues should remain.
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