Thread: Idiots in my bookstore
10/23/2010 2:18pm, #1
Idiots in my bookstore
Earlier today, I was browsing a B&N in downtown DC when I noticed a young man with nunchucks around the back of his neck.
What the ****? Where do these people come from? Who wakes up in the morning and decides that they're going to walk around in a bookstore a few blocks from the White House and that, oh yeah, they'll need their fucking nunchucks because that part of town gets pretty rough at 4 in the afternoon?
Perhaps more importantly, who decides that these nunchucks also need to be carried in a way so as to be in plain view? Are you trying to deter someone or are you just a massive tool? Probably the former. You get a lot of menacing types in bookstores.
Has anyone else seen **** like this? Like, useless weapons in places you'd never need them?
10/23/2010 2:24pm, #2
Every so often on the news, airports, courts etc show their collections of confiscated weapons for some reason. There's always knives, brass knuckles, nunchucks, balisongs, 1950s style switchblades and ninja stars. I wouldn't be surprised if the people who work there bought all that weird stuff just to make their collection look cooler. The other explanation is that there's people out there walking around with ninja stars on a day when they have a flight or court date. One time they mentioned an old military veteran who had a bayonet concealed in his fake leg.
Here's some random examples of confiscated weapons that aren't firearms:
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10/23/2010 2:35pm, #3
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I used to keep a sai in my anus.
Y'know. For emergencies.
10/23/2010 4:39pm, #4
10/23/2010 4:46pm, #5
It's the next progression from wearing fight gear shirts when you don't fight. You gotta take it to the next level when it comes to convincing people you're a badass without actually being one."Emevas,
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10/23/2010 4:57pm, #6
Just wondering how strict are the concealed weapon laws where you are. Out here they are pretty bad.
10/23/2010 4:58pm, #7
I like how the airports' confiscated weapons collections has corkscrews, butterknives, and pruning shears in it. Thanks for keeping America safe guys!
10/23/2010 4:59pm, #8
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10/23/2010 5:15pm, #10
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