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18 January 2013

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John Minnerath

Great sign. I'm tempted to make one and put it out at the gate into my road.

Charles I

I prefer the standard biker's Never Mind the Dogs Beware of Owner, cylinders and barrel in silhouette.

Basilisk

I actually prefer the one that says, "If you can read this, you're in range."

 Ishmael Zechariah

Unfortunately this game is very, very earnest; no jokes are allowed by the thought police. Posting this sign could get one arrested in NYC. I am seriously thinking of moving back to Los Alamos.

Ishmael Zechariah

John Minnerath

Too bad you have to deal with such humorless dolts.
I've seen tourists from back east freak out when they walk into our General Store/Live Stock Supply/ Post Office/ Gun Shop.
Behind the counter where candy usually is are shelves piled high with every caliber ammunition under the sun.
In one corner is the Post Office, in the other, the door to the store office with a monstrous gun safe squeezed against a wall. And filling the wall next to the Post Office window is a gun rack filled with rifles, shotguns, and hand guns.

Peter

Sign of the Year award.

Back in the Sage Brush Rebellion a few years back there were signs posted on the gates to property in the western states that read:
"Notice: To all Government Officials, My rifles are sighted in on this gate if you trespass. By passing this gate onto my property you are trespassing" or words to that effect.

Kevin

https://www.facebook.com/jim.garrow.1/posts/10151209214442015

turcopolier

kevin

Any actual proof that this is true? I have a hard time imagining Dempsey saying yes pl

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