What a tard.
In a message to the Calgary Herald, Wawra, of Kalamazoo, Mich., describes what he felt was a dangerous confrontation with two men in Calgary's Nose Hill Park — for which he wished he had had his firearm.
Walking with his wife, the men approached Wawra and asked if the couple had been to the Stampede. After receiving no response, they asked Wawra again. He told them "Gentle-men, I have no need to talk with you, goodbye." The men looked "bewildered," he writes in the letter and likely had bad intentions indicated by their "aggressive, disrespectful and menacing manner."
While small talk is still legal in Canada, tourists aren't allowed to bring guns across the border.
Plenty of Canadians would argue that's because you don't need one and many readers found the story hard to believe, writing in to ask if it was a hoax. It's not.
I think someone has become a bit too Hobbesian in their views towards human beings and really needs to refresh his memory with the use of force wheel. Something closer to this:
rather than this:
What a tard.
I represent the angry, gun toting meat eating people. ~ Denis Leary
The same shepherd that protects the flock leads them to the slaughterhouse.
Have you seen their fucking moose? I refuse to cross the border into the 'White Hell', as we civilized folk call it, without armor piercing ammo. Fer fux sake, my first car was smaller than a yearling moose, and less deadly. That's why we decided to put the border where it is. It's why the Pentagon has plans in storage to invade you syrup slurping wannabe cheese eaters...it's all about the combat tactical moose you fuckers breed. Yeah, bitches....we're watching......he wished he had had his firearm......
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