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post #1396 of 1823

You'll have to wait a bit for some replies, Bob.  The bumpity-chumps are busy mixing up a giant batch of KoolAid.

 

And, just a reminder, in answer to the original question, the answer is an emphatic "NO!"

 

If it is yes, then the only logical conclusion is that ANYTHING we do to protect ourselves from potential harm, injury, threat or illness is paranoia in action. 

 

Vaccination?  Paranoia.

 

Lock your doors?  Paranoia.

 

Bike helmet?  Paranoia.

 

Spare tube or patch kit?  Paranoia.

 

Mmmmm....KoooollllAaaaaaiiiiidddddd....

post #1397 of 1823
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Show the world how tough and brave you are:  pull the sheet off your head and identify yourself.

Stand up in front of your convictions and beliefs for which you're never without your sidearm to protect.

I didn't think so.  Oh so easy to spout your nonsense in anonymity, isn't it?  No concern to being held accountable or responsible to your hatred.

 

An individual that apparently resides amongst the Amish and harbors such vile hatred and drivel.  Amazing.  You'd think he lived in the heart of some major metropolis, not the bucolic suburbs of some midwestern state. 

 

Obviously the individual spends far too much time in front of the tv set and on the web surfing for material to support his puckered sphincter.  Sad.

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post #1398 of 1823
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Sad.

A person that lives in the prison of their mind's own creation.

Scared.  Paranoid.  Insecure.  Seeing the boogieman in every person.

Only making notice of the worst in society.  Totally overlooking the good in people.

The entrenched 'me against them' mentality - "but I'm prepared".  There is more to life, living - and most of all, cycling - than that.

Sad.

 

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post #1399 of 1823
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"gunnuts.net" - seriously?  The paranoid fanatics have their own virtual asylum?  And his blued-steel panties are in a twist because I used the descriptive term "paranoid and insecure gun fanatics"??!!  LOL!

 

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post #1400 of 1823
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^ Delusional.  Denials, notwithstanding.

A microcosmic world of irrationality and fear where, in the sanctity of his mind only, a firearm keeps him beyond the arm of the boogieman.

Sad.

 

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post #1401 of 1823
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Paranoia is stupid. The realization that others are out to get you is essential.

 

 Paranoid schizophrenia defined.  Sound familiar?

post #1402 of 1823
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Look familiar?  Yeah, I'm thinking the same thing.  "Gotta be prepared".

 

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post #1403 of 1823

Great articles to support your arguments CampyBob. I can see what you are trying to do there. Its working. Keep going!!

 

What would be ace would be an article in the paper about a cyclist who nearly got attacked on his bike but was able to luckily get away by blowing someone elses head off.

 

"He came right at me. It was obvious from 50 metres away that he was probably going to kill me somehow. I just blew that pricks head right off. You cant be too careful!"

 

That would be shit hot and totally end this argument once and for all. icon14.gif

post #1404 of 1823

 

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You'll have to wait a bit for some replies, Bob.  The bumpity-chumps are busy mixing up a giant batch of KoolAid.

 

And, just a reminder, in answer to the original question, the answer is an emphatic "NO!"

 

If it is yes, then the only logical conclusion is that ANYTHING we do to protect ourselves from potential harm, injury, threat or illness is paranoia in action. 

 

Vaccination?  Paranoia.

 

Lock your doors?  Paranoia.

 

Bike helmet?  Paranoia.

 

Spare tube or patch kit?  Paranoia.

 

Mmmmm....KoooollllAaaaaaiiiiidddddd....

 

Your prediction was accurate! Dead on...pardon the pun!

 

Of course, predidicting the comments of libtard morons is easier than kicking Tone Loco's ass in a 2-up sprint...against his grandmother.

 

He's even run out of nonsensical responses and resorted to re-quoting himself. no logic...just emotions. Like a 12-year old girl that did not get a date to the middle school dance.

 

Not a single refutation of any point by the antis. Just raw emotion. Illogical morons.

 

They have been provided with hundreds of cases to debate and all they can do is whine like schoolboys that got bullied on the playground.

 

Which one of them is Jimmy Jones?

 

 

post #1405 of 1823

Rare!!! Attacks never happen! Another paranoid & insecure cyclist that was NOT severly injured in an attack!

 

Bumpity bump bump bump for da chumps chumps chumps!

 

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The impact knocked Arthur off his bike and, judging by witness accounts, he's lucky he didn't get killed. Of course, the punks who threw the brick ran away, and it seems the spot is still a popular place for cyclist target practice.

Arthur is still recovering from the accident, and hasn't biked since. The brick broke one of his teeth, his left wrist was still in an air cast months after the attack, and he had to get a hernia operation last month—a condition he attributes to falling off his bike. "Everyone seems to think that I got off easy from this attack, but it is not true," he tells us via email. "Sure, relative to being killed or brain damage, I am okay... I am in physical therapy now for TFCC, so I am putting a lot of effort into that, so as to avoid surgery. The hernia surgery was completed in early November, that seems to be going as planned, but I have sworn off biking until I am fully healed, which could be another few months."

 

 

http://gothamist.com/2011/12/13/psa_teenagers_still_throwing_stuff.php

 

 

Yup...he's definintely paranoid.

 

His injuries meet the deadly force requirements. Too bad he lived in a liberal 'paradise' and can not legally carry a firearm. Return fire with fire and put down the rabid animals. Or end up like him.

 

In a hospital bed for months. In therapy for years.

 

Injured for life.

 

It's your choice. Victim or victor.

 

Bumpity bump bump bump.

 

 

 

post #1406 of 1823

This gentleman should have used a pistol to defend himself. Give Tone Locom steeevo and the gang a few minutes to down some more Koolaide before they come back to defend the criminals.

 

http://mplsbikelove.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=269634

 

Mpls. Bicyclist Beaten Unconscious While Unlocking Bike

A bicyclist had to be taken to the hospital this morning after a man beat him unconscious.

The attack happened around 2:00 a.m. on Cedar Avenue South in Minneapolis.

Police say the suspect attacked him while he was unlocking his bike chain.

They are still searching for the attacker.

 

 

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post #1407 of 1823

Many members of the human race are broken. There is no fixing them and there is no need to try.

 

Victim or Victor. You decide.

 

Learn or learn not. There is no try.

 

This could be YOUR story posted here next!

 

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http://tundratabloids.com/2012/02/teenager-arrested-in-connection-with-the-brutal-beating-of-daniel-stringer-prince.html

 

Walking...cycling...driving...the mode of transportation does not matter. You are among animals. You are in the jungle.

 

And you are NOT atop the food chain.

 

Arm yourself. Defend yourself.

post #1408 of 1823

Bumpity bump to dump on the chumpity chumps.

 

Don't mess with 182?

 

Screw THAT! Don't mess with .45 ACP! There's a big diffence between his story and the outcome of the one on Reading, Pennsylvania. We need more of the latter.

 

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CLACKAMAS COUNTY, Ore. - A bike commuter said he was attacked by a group of nearly a dozen guys while riding at night on a popular Portland-area trail last week.

Dave Miller said the suspects stepped out of the darkness, robbing and punching him and even stomping on his face as he headed down the Springwater Corridor Wednesday evening.

At the time, he was riding to a metal fabrication plant, where he was supposed to work the graveyard shift. The trail was deserted except for him and his attackers, he said.

"They were saying, 'Don't mess with the 182' - I don't remember what the number was - some gang number," he said.

 

http://www.katu.com/news/9373291.html

 

Yup. Just another paranoid and insecure cyclist.

 

C'mon, Tone Loco...have some more Koolaaid.

post #1409 of 1823

You gents look...thirsty. Well pardners, what'll it be?

 

Three Koolaides comin' up!

 

Madison - The state Department of Justice issued its 100,000th concealed-carry permit Friday, Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen said.

The department is receiving more applications for permits than expected. When the state's concealed weapons law was approved last year, Van Hollen estimated the state would issue 125,000 permits in the first year. It is easily on track to do that because 100,000 permits have been issued in less than six months, Van Hollen told reporters at a news conference in the room where large machines print off the licenses.

"I anticipate we're certainly going to hit that 125,000 mark. I would not be surprised we hit a mark higher than that," the Republican at torney general said.

The department receives hundreds of applications every day. Sales of handguns also are up, Van Hollen said.

On Nov. 1, Wisconsin became the 49th state to allow residents to carry concealed weapons, leaving Illinois as the only state with a ban on concealed weapons. Van Hollen said there have been no problems since Wisconsin residents gained the ability to carry hidden guns.

"There were doomsday people out there, before concealed carry was passed, who were predicting, of course, the doom and gloom that when we put more guns on the street, that when more people are able to carry concealed weapons, that we're going to have more problems," he said. "Nothing could have been further from the truth."

He said he was confident implementing the law would go smoothly because other states with concealed weapons laws have had minimal issues.

"We expected we would not have problems in Wisconsin either, and we have not," he said.

But Jeri Bonavia, executive director of the Wisconsin Anti-Violence Effort, said it was impossible to know how the law was working because the names of permit holders are confidential and available to law enforcement only in limited circumstances.

"We just don't know whether there have been problems or haven't been problems," she said.

Van Hollen said he did not know what effects the law was having on public safety because it is difficult to effectively measure whether concealed weapons deter crime. But he said if the law deters even just one crime, that is an added benefit.

"I don't know that it's safer, and I don't know that it's less safe" with concealed weapons, he said. "I've made it very clear repeatedly . . . that this isn't so much an issue of public safety.

"There's no reason why the government should have been interfering with the lives of law-abiding citizens in the first place."

In addition to the concealed weapons law, Republicans who controlled the Legislature last year approved a "castle doctrine" giving legal protections to those who shoot home intruders. Van Hollen spoke favorably of that law.

"I'm a firm believer that people should be able to defend themselves against people who are putting their life or liberty at stake," he said.

 

http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepolitics/state-issues-100000th-concealed-weapon-permit-b453bo9-148271255.html

 

Too bad most cyclists are tree-hugging, PETA loon, libtard, enviro-whacko, communist morons with no common sense. Oh well, you can damned well bet there's at least a few cyclists that have their CCW.

 

Here ya go, gents. Another dose of Koolaid to keep you pacified.

 

Herpity Derp.Bumpity Bump. For the chumps.

 

 

 


Edited by CAMPYBOB - 4/23/12 at 8:12am
post #1410 of 1823

What a lunatic.

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