Unlawful Carry Arrest


Terminal Lance

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Sounds like something a typical "grown up" drunk with hairy armpits would say. [/QUOTE]

Haha yes spot on! I made a valid point about the FACT that alcohol effects people differently based on several variables, so that could only mean I'm a raging alcoholic that masturbates to bottles of scotch that are old enough to buy their own scotch. Wrong. I gave up drinking a while back, but even if I were a drunk it wouldn't change the validity of my remarks.
 

Ringo

A WATCHMAN
Haha yes spot on! I made a valid point about the FACT that alcohol effects people differently based on several variables, so that could only mean I'm a raging alcoholic that masturbates to bottles of scotch that are old enough to buy their own scotch. Wrong. I gave up drinking a while back, but even if I were a drunk it wouldn't change the validity of my remarks.[/QUOTE]

I've never known a drunk, an alcoholic (raging or masturbating), or a simple party drinker that didn't "think" they could hold their booze. Famous last words before they get behind the wheel and kill innocent families on our highways. And of course none of these people would ever "think" of causing an accident or killing someone, they do it "without thinking". Cemetery's all across our country are filled with people who "think" like you, and because of people who "think" like you.
 

kelcarry

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Thank you Ringo for letting NavyLCDR know the difference between speeding in a car and being a drunk behind the wheel. He argues for argument sake and wastes space in this forum and his own time with such a specious argument. Thank you for describing our dear Terminal properly. Nothing like having someone who is the ultimate authority on being a drunk. If the standard is 08, it is the standard. You don't like it, you can handle it--fine--have at it. Kill someone while CC or driving at over 08 and if you are on my jury you are going away for manslaughter. As far as Silver is concerned, being in your house puts a different light on this subject. If you are stone cold drunk in your home and, lets say, "make a mistake", you probably have a problem but since I am not sure how that plays out--maybe someone on the forum has some experience. Certainly if it was a perp, being drunk or not should, IMO, not make any difference. The real key to this thread is being out in public.
 

S&W645

NRA Life Member
It is illegal to drink and carry concealed in some places. Take a look at the Rossow V Merced documents posted by Calguns. Right on the application form.

As for drunk driviung, must be nice to have an .08 BAC level threshold. Mine is .04 as it is for all CDL licensees. But not a problem as I don't drink.

To the OP, get a local Texas lawyer versed in gun laws and add one who is known throughout Texas. It may be costly but it is far better than the possible outcomes if you lose.
 

G50AE

Well-known member
Or maybe, just maybe, help a fellow gun owner/carrier to overcome his mistake and get on with his life with as little damage as possible?

FWIW NavyLCDR this is the same kelcarry who said that I was obviously hostile towards SC LEO's because I explained to another poster that caneguns fall under the catagory of "any other weapon" under the National Firearms Act rules.

Maybe I should make kelcarry a batch of his favorite cookies, chocolate chip with crushed Rolaids.
 

NavyLCDR

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Thank you Ringo for letting NavyLCDR know the difference between speeding in a car and being a drunk behind the wheel. He argues for argument sake and wastes space in this forum and his own time with such a specious argument. Thank you for describing our dear Terminal properly. Nothing like having someone who is the ultimate authority on being a drunk. If the standard is 08, it is the standard. You don't like it, you can handle it--fine--have at it. Kill someone while CC or driving at over 08 and if you are on my jury you are going away for manslaughter. As far as Silver is concerned, being in your house puts a different light on this subject. If you are stone cold drunk in your home and, lets say, "make a mistake", you probably have a problem but since I am not sure how that plays out--maybe someone on the forum has some experience. Certainly if it was a perp, being drunk or not should, IMO, not make any difference. The real key to this thread is being out in public.

There is only one reason why a firearm is considered to be more of a deadly weapon than a car is. It's because the Brady Bunch and their anti-gun followers have forced that idea down the throats of Americans for decades now. Apparantly your belly is full of their kool aid.

A guy gets a felony for writing bad checks. So we take away his rights to own a firearm, a piece of metal that weighs a couple pounds. Yet he can own, possess and operate a 3,000 piece of metal that kills hundreds more people every day than firearms do. Yeah, that makes perfect sense to me, NOT. Although I am sure kelcarry feels safer because his government is making him safe.
 

Terminal Lance

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Ok so if someone was at a .09 and someone pulled a knife on him and he shot him that would be manslaughter? Oh but wait, if he was sober then he would be posted on here a a hero to the CC community?! Get over yourself
 

kelcarry

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Hey Terminal: I guess you love to argue for argument's sake. The point is that if he is 09 and the guy pulls out a cellphone and you shoot him because you think he has a gun and you kill him---you will probably go to prison and you will probably make his family very rich.
Hey Navy: What in the world are you talking about? Bad checks? Cars? Firearms? Gun Control? What? If you get into an auto accident or a situation with a firearm that you are carrying and you test over the limit---kindly read the above comment; you are going to lose your freedom and your money. This is really very simple.
Hey G: If you cannot add anything other than wise comments you demean yourself. Grow up.
Hey Y'all: You have worn me out with your intellectually-empty replies. Don't bother anymore unless it makes the three of you feel good. I have had enough of your senseless comments and arguments--they make no sense to not only me but to the forum members who have notified me of their support. I'm not bothering with this thread any further. In any event. have a nice day and G-d Bless.
 

Terminal Lance

New member
Yeah dude. It's a forum...where people come to argue and discuss their opinions on specific subject matter. I know it can be frustrating when people make valid points that conflict with your own opinion so I understand your decision to just walk away. It's been a pleasure. Come back soon.
 

G50AE

Well-known member
Hey Y'all:

The "y" in y'all should only be capitalized if it is the first word of the sentence. However when using the plural form of y'all, all y'all, the "a" would be capitalized instead of the "y" if used to begin a sentence.
 

Firefighterchen

OC for Tactical Advantage
kelcarry:216244 said:
Hey Terminal: I guess you love to argue for argument's sake. The point is that if he is 09 and the guy pulls out a cellphone and you shoot him because you think he has a gun and you kill him---you will probably go to prison and you will probably make his family very rich.

.09 or .00 if you shoot someone with a cellphone because you think it's a weapon, you will go to prison.

.09 and he does have a knife, if you shoot him, should you go to prison?

OP what was your BAC? You said you "sobered up".
 

kelcarry

New member
Hey Fire: If you shoot someone with a knife because you presumed you were in imminent danger of death or great bodily harm, you have a right to do so. If, however, you are somewhat intoxicated and the police, in investigating the shooting, subject you to a test and you test to the tune of say 09, questions will be asked as to your legitimate "presumption", not only by the solicitor but by the perps's family in a civil suit, which does not require as much evidence. Bottom line is when you are above an alcohol standard, whatever it is, you will and should be the subject of further investigation be it legal or civil--it will cost you one way or another. It would have been easier, if you are going to be CC, to limit yourself so that any kind of standard cannot be used against you, should you have a need for a weapon.
Hey G: Thanks for the southern english writing lesson. Just received a lesson on Rt 17 north and Rt 17 south. Even though the road has north and south lanes, apparently the only true Rt 17 south is the road from Charleston to Savannah. Anything north of Charleston is Rt 17 north. I truly appreciate these very local twists on proper english and geography. PS:Still have trouble understanding how HUGER can be pronounced "ugee".
 

localgirl

New member
Now guys, stop it with the grammar talk. You know it gets me all excited.

When I find someone has a different opinion than me, I try to listen to and respect their point of view. It's amazing how much anxiety and stress it saves me. I don't even have to agree, just respect. Not that I'm suggesting anyone here do that! No! NO NO NO! That's just a technique for grammar-obsessed females who seek enlightenment through thoughtful presence.
 

G50AE

Well-known member
Hey G: Thanks for the southern english writing lesson. Just received a lesson on Rt 17 north and Rt 17 south. Even though the road has north and south lanes, apparently the only true Rt 17 south is the road from Charleston to Savannah. Anything north of Charleston is Rt 17 north. I truly appreciate these very local twists on proper english and geography.

Or how one of the posters on the Alabama forum refered to the Alabama portion of East Florida as "that little foot thingie on the bottom of the state". I guess he did not realize that that foot thingie used to be part of Florida.
 

Terminal Lance

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Hey guess what. Strangers don't pull knives on you for any reason other than to threaten or take your life. No presumption other than danger could be made. Also, castle doctrine protects against any civil penalties as well as legal. I thought you were done with this post?
 

G50AE

Well-known member
I thought you were done with this post?

(Opens Envelope)

And the award for being even less civil than kelcarry goes to Terminal Lance. Please come up on stage and give a brief acceptance speach and pick up your CCW Badge on the table next to the podium.
 

localgirl

New member
I missed out on this AND the Miss CCW pageant? Seriously, WHAT does a girl have to do to win a prize around here?
 

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