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'Wayfaring Stranger' - weighs in on defensive weaponry

The mammoth and mastodon no longer roam these sacred hills and hollows; the blood-thirsty sabre toothed tigers last frequented the forests here long ere Colonel Casey crossed the creek; and even Old Rob, an alleged latter-day terror of some repute, has retreated into naught more than an uneasy now and anon dream occasioned by the gullible over-listening to a thrice-told tale. - WAYFARING STRANGER
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It occurs to this wayfaring stranger to ponder exactly what perils lie afoot in the Auld Sod of Adair to necessitate ownership of an AR-15 weapon in order to defend home, hearth, and family.


The mammoth and mastodon no longer roam these sacred hills and hollows; the blood-thirsty sabre toothed tigers last frequented the forests here long ere Colonel Casey crossed the creek; and even Old Rob, an alleged latter-day terror of some repute, has retreated into naught more than an uneasy now and anon dream occasioned by the gullible over-listening to a thrice-told tale.

So please: pray enlighten us of the need of private ownership of a military grade weapon capable of firing some 45 rounds per second.

This wayfaring stranger anxiously awaits a response. - The WAYFARING STRANGER ponders Comments re article 95748 / Law abiding citizens have right to defense


This story was posted on 2018-02-20 03:09:22
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