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    Unicorn in tacoma

    Bank asset protection guy riding a Harley with bulletproof kevlar that had his company name on it. [ around I5 and 74th near winco I think Friday...

    Looked like a 1911 too... Lol

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    ok I give up... what the hell is a "unicorn" I know what the mythical horned white horse is... but I don't get this context

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    Non uniformed armed citizen open carrying!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grim_Night View Post
    ok I give up... what the hell is a "unicorn" I know what the mythical horned white horse is... but I don't get this context
    Supposedly seeing another open carrier is as rare as sighting a unicorn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dadada View Post
    Supposedly seeing another open carrier is as rare as sighting a unicorn.
    Unicorns, according to legend, are a ferocious beast that is impossible to catch.
    When one refers to a person or object as a unicorn that is the meaning.
    For example; in the movie gone in 60 seconds Nicholas Cage's character was after a 1967 Shelby Mustang.
    It was referred to as, "his unicorn" because every attempt to steal one had been met with failure.
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