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  1. I walk my pup every day in a local park... I'm NOT stopping... They're going to have to drag me out in handcuffs...
  2. Just make sure you stay out of parks and playgrounds.... they're closed....
  3. That doesn't mean much, it depends on the effects of the infections. Right now, the majority who test positive don't even know they have it, which means, a very mild infection, if at all, yet they'll get some future immunity: ...." “Stealth” coronavirus cases are fueling the pandemic, with a staggering 86% of people infected walking around undetected, a new study says. The findings indicated that these undocumented infections with no or mild symptoms — known as “stealth” cases — were behind two-thirds of the reported patients. “The majority of these infections are mild, with few symptoms at all,” Shaman said, Mercury News reported. “People may not recognize it. Or they think they have a cold.” https://nypost.com/2020/03/17/86-of-people-with-coronavirus-are-walking-around-undetected-study-says/
  4. This is a great suggestion, and I think everyone should consider practicing fast access to their HD weapons. Many just place them in their safes, and don't think about quick access and deployment. I have mentioned about "hide in plain sight" concealment furniture for certain quick access tools. I'd doubt a sudden intruder is going to allow anyone time to run to their closet safe, plug in the code, and then decide which tool they want.
  5. Sniper

    Run On Firearms

    Yeah... I was just joking... everything is getting pounded now, tough to find any winners. Just keeping my powder dry for the future bargains.
  6. Correct. It doesn't matter what address it was originally purchased at, as long as you're not a prohibited person NOW. People move all the time and change addresses. If you're concerned, carry a copy of the COE form you received when you purchased it, to show you purchased it legally.
  7. Hmmmm, then you might have picked the wrong sport to participate in.... Ask me how I know... Knitting???
  8. There's another point of view to think about home defense as "Rings of Defense" based on target distance. So, depending on the situation and home layout, you could go from handgun, to shotgun, to AR15... basically having different concentric rings of firepower. Just a thought...
  9. You can shoot them there? Wow, I must be missing out... I only get paper targets...
  10. Sniper

    Run On Firearms

    Ha... during the Sandy Hook crazy, my son was living in Denver, and he had tapped into a ammo supply when everyone else was scrounging around. He was selling boxes on Craigslist and made a ton of money.
  11. You're not suppose to drink that water.
  12. Sniper

    Run On Firearms

    It will end up where all the other record outstanding debt (cars, houses, schools) will be... unpaid in a few months. What's your opening bid?
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    Run On Firearms

    Damn, I should have sold all my DOW stocks and just bought Visa and MasterCard. Between all the toilet paper, Lysol and hand sanitizer hoarding and now the run on guns and ammo, those two stocks must be going CRAZY..... I've been getting emails from all suppliers they are overwhelmed with orders for ammo, firearms and supplies... Man, I hate to be those people when they get their credit card statements next month...
  14. Why does EVERY thread fall into the abyss of kitchen appliances and dinner meat? Maybe this forum needs a new name?
  15. I use to live in No. Jersey.. Jus sayin...
  16. I'm up for that! That's a good starting point. Keep all the undesirables up there!
  17. My wife never thought so... Today she does!! Winning!!
  18. Sniper

    Run On Firearms

    Even the Liberals in NY are waking up: ....."The demand for firearms at Coliseum Gun Traders Ltd in Nassau County was so high Tuesday that manager Kevin Romano said they’re only letting small groups of people into the store at a time. On Tuesday afternoon, a line of about 30 people stretched outside the store. David Straus, 53, who lives in New York City, said he was there to buy a shotgun because he fears what people might do if their jobs are cut. “I think it’s better to be safe than sorry. I don’t know what’s going to happen if things get worse and people don’t have jobs,” he said. A 48-year-old Staten Island resident was waiting in line to buy ammunition with his 11- and 16-year-old sons. “The problem is when you have the government getting involved in your daily life, closing stores and shutting down people’s opportunity to make money and feed their families, they begin not to respect each other’s borders,” said the man, who declined to give his name. https://nypost.com/2020/03/17/new-yorkers-flock-to-gun-stores-amid-coronavirus-outbreak/ What's the chance Trump overtakes Obama as "The Best Gun Salesman Ever", with this meltdown?
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    Run On Firearms

    First it was food and toilet paper, now it's guns. Americans worried about the impact of coronavirus have been lining up at gun stores across the country, arming themselves as fear of social unrest and food shortages have sparked a surge in preparedness. https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/americans-rush-buy-firearms-covid-19-stokes-fears-unrest
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    Run On Firearms

    Maybe it's these people who are buying these firearms, since they just lost their jobs, and will need to rely on another way to get their groceries???? ...." New Jersey’s online unemployment application system crashed Monday due to a huge spike in applications as non-essential businesses were forced to close in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Gov. Phil Murphy said Tuesday. “We saw a record number of unemployment applications yesterday,” Murphy said at an afternoon news conference in in which officials announced the number of statewide cases has climbed to 267. "The state system crashed.” State Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Rob Asaro-Angelo said 15,000 people applied Monday. Unemployment applications in the state have increased “12 fold” this week, Asaro-Angelo said. https://www.nj.com/coronavirus/2020/03/record-number-of-unemployment-applications-crashed-njs-website-murphy-says.html Then Murphy say this: ...."The governor, meanwhile, implored businesses to continue paying workers to make sure they are still eligible for potential federal relief measures that have been proposed. “Not paying employees now might prevent them from taking advantage of these," Murphy said. So, this asshat closes businesses but expects the business owners to continue to cut paychecks??? What an ass!!
  21. Incrementalism.... what's next tomorrow? NEW JERSEY – Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday ordered closing all indoor malls and amusement parks and centers in New Jersey as 89 new cases were reported . Murphy said he's closing all the indoor malls and amusement parks and centers at 8 p.m. on Tuesday and for the duration of the crisis. "This is how we will be able to stay strong," Murphy said.
  22. Exactly... Here it gets even better, the majority who test positive, 86%, don't even know they have it: “Stealth” coronavirus cases are fueling the pandemic, with a staggering 86% of people infected walking around undetected, a new study says. The findings indicated that these undocumented infections with no or mild symptoms — known as “stealth” cases — were behind two-thirds of the reported patients. “The majority of these infections are mild, with few symptoms at all,” Shaman said, Mercury News reported. “People may not recognize it. Or they think they have a cold.” https://nypost.com/2020/03/17/86-of-people-with-coronavirus-are-walking-around-undetected-study-says/
  23. If you were dead, why would the debts matter??
  24. Figured I'd start a new thread for this, as some here could benefit from it. I know I will... I really wasn't looking forward to sending a big check on April 15th... ....."Taxpayers will get a three-month reprieve to file their 2019 income tax returns, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Tuesday at a press conference. As part of its coronavirus response, the federal government will also give filers 90 days to pay income taxes due on up to $1 million in tax owed, Mnuchin said in Washington. The reprieve on that amount would cover many pass-through entities and small businesses, he said. During that three-month deferral period, taxpayers won’t be subject to interest and penalties, he said. The tax deadline delay pushes the due date for last year’s returns and taxes from April 15 to July 15. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/17/treasury-and-irs-to-delay-tax-deadline-by-90-days.html
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