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rock 1 year, 2 months ago on Squawk of the Day - May 29, 2013

Keep your weapons in a gun safe and secured....When the Sh4tbag comes into your house to do you harm, call time, ask him to wait and go retrieve your weapon from the safe. It takes a man less than 3 seconds to cross your living room and cause you harm. My weapons are where needed, where my wife and I can put up a pretty good defense if needed. Also, if you are not prepared to kill your intruders, then I agree you do not need a weapon in your house. Gun control TROLLS will never be able to defend themselves and will always depend on the few to protect them from harm.

Think about the average response time of your local law enforcement, APD, DCP, DCSO and GSP and see if you can survive an attack while trying to defend yourself. 911 is great, 7.62 is what will keep the perps off you until LEO's can show.

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rock 1 year, 2 months ago on Squawk of the Day - May 29, 2013

I have multiple weapons and the weapons are not locked in a cabinet, away from where I need them. I am a highly trained retired military and it does no one any good to take your means of protection and place them in places, that when needed, the weapons cannot be accessed. Why purchase a weapon in the first place? Your weapons need to placed in your home in places where you will be and postioned, so when needed, the weapon can be accessed with ease. A criminal is not going to wait for you to run upstairs or to your bedroom before he rapes your wife and daughter and bludgeons you into submission.

Let's be realistic! The weapon you bought for protection of your family is a useless piece of steel when it is locked away with a locked cable around it, locked in a gun box, locked in a closet or gun safe. With out your weapon you are useless and with out you, your weapon is useless. Use some common sense and plan for and rehearse how you will protect your family.

Gun control is not about hiding your weapon. Gun control is being responsible to have the weapon, train with the weapon, maintain the weapon and if needed, perform a double tap, in your underwear, in the dark, scared of what you are facing.

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rock 1 year, 2 months ago on Probation given in vehicular homicide case

There is more to this sentence than that published. The restrictions all sound like plea deal to keep charges at a minimum and no prison time.

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rock 1 year, 2 months ago on Group wants atheist books placed with Bibles in Georgia state parks

Why do we let a few malcontents cause so much trouble. One, ONE!, person complained about the bible in state cabins and an uproar was created. If this sh47 bag does not believe he should not read or be concerned that I read the bible. I do not believe in atheists, I find their literature comical and at time upsetting, but I do not buy and I do not read it. WE as the Christian masses need to stand up to these POS and file OUR complaints with ACLU and other groups and make them defend our rights as well. Until we do this we will get attacked because it is the BS that gets the news. Stand-up for God, Stand-up for Public Prayer, Stand-up for what you believe and make our legislatures realize we are a LOUD, PROUD MAJORITY tired of the BS brought upon by a few, whose sole aim is to just create trouble.

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rock 1 year, 2 months ago on Squawk of the Day - May 22, 2013

This is issue is not going to go away anytime soon and the more we pay attention to it the more the saggers will continue to do this. Ignore this and it may go away, I seriously doubt it, since it seems to be a cultural thing within the African American community. However, if we were to reflect back, the shift in paradigms is dynamic and we will see other fashion trends develop and fade. I can remember the hippy era, then came Leisure suits, then came the big hair and disco then came the country/cowboy period etc. These all fade with time.

By continually bringing this matter to attention people are only letting the saggers live with them full time and the saggers really do not care and pay no attention.

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rock 1 year, 2 months ago on Squawk of the day - May 21, 2013

No blame intended, WE baby boomers have done a lot to let future generations in the mire. I was born In a house that had 1100sq/ft in the 50's. I since had to have the great big house, 3 cars, all the amenities, great career an expanded portfolio and a retirement fund. Kids today cannot even think about buying houses with the economy and the housing market is still tanked. I know a house outside the state of Georgia that was 1400sg/ft, less than 1/5 of acre in yard space and 35 years old that sold for 2.5 million. No way in hell it costs 2.5 million to build a tiny house, but we allowed property values to sky rocket and since our generation are now the key players in charge we let this type of inflation go.

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rock 1 year, 2 months ago on Squawk of the day - May 21, 2013

These are some of the archaic comments that have been in the box over the last several months: 1. People do not dress up to go shopping. 2. People do not wear coat and tie or dresses to church anymore 3. Young people do not stand up when an old person enters a room. 4. People do not wear dress clothes when they go out to eat. 5. Caps and hats should not be worn indoor. 6. You insult God when you do not dress up for church.

and the list goes on.

While these may have held up during the archaic periods of the 30's through mid-60's. Things have changed and will continue to change. Dress codes have gone more casual in business so people can be more productive. You can even bring your animal to work and dress down. Strict codes of dress and conduct are elderly peoples way of still trying to control events. The younger generation is more relaxed and in effect more productive. Think about something as simple as the internet or your cell phone. These were not even heard about until the last 15 - 20 years and all created by GEEKS in jeans and sandals.

Let the world go where it will. Caps, hats, suits and ties, Hats and Gloves on women, and kids is bowties and shorts are over. Live the life that we are in, After all if we look at logically, those over 65 have really screwed things up for this generation and they may never recover from it. Now here comes the we did what from the over 65 y/o's.......

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rock 1 year, 2 months ago on Squawk of the day - May 21, 2013

AGIRL, My bad on the universities. There are to many bad universities, that only want money. It is becoming abundantly clear that unless you have AT LEAST a MASTERS degree in todays market, even entry level jobs will not be available. Unfortunatley, now I will hear from the DSC crowd on how DSC gives a premier education and everyone should attend DSC. The outside world is clear, the higher the education the better the prospects. I also drive a pickup, and wear hats and caps when I am working and if I stop for a burger or Home depot I do not even think about removing them

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