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    James Yeager, and his fellow traveler, Rob Pincus, have demonstrated themselves to be several sandwiches shy of a picnic more than once. Yeager publicly stated that, should a gun ban go into effect, he would start killing people! As a result, he lost his Tennessee gun permit and, in my mind, rightfully so.

    For whatever it is worth, Yeager also has a less-than-stellar reputation in other areas. A Google search on either one of these two whateveryouwanttocall'ems yields more buffoonery than you can comfortably digest at one time.

    Pincus and I had an interesting "discussion" online in which he basically told me that I didn't know what I was talking about because he is the "expert" and I am just a "civilian". I learned a long time ago the meaning of "expert": "ex" is a has-been and "spurt" is a drip under pressure so an "expert" is a "has-been drip under pressure". Also, I quit being a "civilian" when I was seventeen years old.
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    A few sandwiches short of a picnic is putting it mildly. Why can't these idiots worry about themselves instead of everybody else? They are as bad as the government goons.
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    James Yeager speaks down on open carry

    What I don't get is how he can say OCing puts a bad light on the cause but him ranting and threatening to shoot people doesn't shine a negative light on the cause. He's a poser and a hypocrite.
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    Isn't this the same guy who said people carry .40 S&W due to having a small "manhood"

    he's not even hanging on to sanity anymore, that ship has long since sailed.

    Rob Pincus is OK, he's not crazy, but he's certainly a snob, big my way or the highway type.
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    'Roid-raging maniacs are so much better for the gun rights movement than OC is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steeler-gal View Post
    What I don't get is how he can say OCing puts a bad light on the cause but him ranting and threatening to shoot people doesn't shine a negative light on the cause. He's a poser and a hypocrite.
    Agreed.

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    Yeager is a few French Fries short of a Happy Meal.

    From my little interaction with Pincus, he want's to be an elitist....always knows more than anyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SFCRetired View Post
    James Yeager, and his fellow traveler, Rob Pincus, have demonstrated themselves to be several sandwiches shy of a picnic more than once. Yeager publicly stated that, should a gun ban go into effect, he would start killing people! As a result, he lost his Tennessee gun permit and, in my mind, rightfully so.

    For whatever it is worth, Yeager also has a less-than-stellar reputation in other areas. A Google search on either one of these two whateveryouwanttocall'ems yields more buffoonery than you can comfortably digest at one time.

    Pincus and I had an interesting "discussion" online in which he basically told me that I didn't know what I was talking about because he is the "expert" and I am just a "civilian". I learned a long time ago the meaning of "expert": "ex" is a has-been and "spurt" is a drip under pressure so an "expert" is a "has-been drip under pressure". Also, I quit being a "civilian" when I was seventeen years old.
    Were you in on the same came conversation I was? He told me the same thing when I dare question him with facts and reasoning. One reason I do not subscribe to Armed American Radio anymore or even subscribe to the United States Concealed Carry Association they keep bringing him up. Not saying they are bad but I can't stand listening to the same mythology over and over again, OC is evil CC is good and if you disagree you should be....

    I never had any CC expert ever tell me when CC defensively has the tactical advantage: before, during, or after the attack.
    Don't confuse me with the facts, I have my emotions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFCRetired View Post
    I learned a long time ago the meaning of "expert": "ex" is a has-been and "spurt" is a drip under pressure so an "expert" is a "has-been drip under pressure". Also, I quit being a "civilian" when I was seventeen years old.
    So to follow your grasp of the English language, then a "sandwich" is really a "witch" made of "sand"? You might want to invest in a different dictionary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by okiebryan View Post
    So to follow your grasp of the English language, then a "sandwich" is really a "witch" made of "sand"? You might want to invest in a different dictionary.
    It's a joke. It's been around a while and is still funny. Get a life.
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    James Yeager speaks down on open carry

    Quote Originally Posted by SFCRetired View Post

    I learned a long time ago the meaning of "expert": "ex" is a has-been and "spurt" is a drip under pressure so an "expert" is a "has-been drip under pressure". Also, I quit being a "civilian" when I was seventeen years old.
    That's hysterical!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    It's a joke. It's been around a while and is still funny. Get a life.
    Thanks, eye. If I'd said what I was thinking, I would probably have been banned.
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    Wow! This is James "Runaway" Yeager! As in the James "Runaway" Yeager that ran and left his PSD buddies to die in an ambush in 2003-2004 in Iraq if I remember correctly. You don't have to worry about him killing anyone. When the bullets start flying, all you'll see of him is his ******* and his elbows! Big on running his gob though!
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    I have so little respect for Yeager's opinion that things he speaks out against gain a little credibility in my mind. I hear he's a really nice guy in person, but I've seen plenty of his videos and he always comes out as a smug, condescending, "I know better than everyone" *******.
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    Runaway is a lunatic, he believes he can bully people into doing things his way by acting angry and nuts. And on the internet no less. I gotta admit I find poking bullies kinda fun, because they blow up like a big zit. If what he is doing is not a act he needs to be committed. Unfortunately we have some people just like him here in NC, that think they can force others to do as they say.
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    Since you guys were kind enough to express your thoughts on this thread I just wanted to say thanks. I've since watched a few of his videos and have noticed that he's a bit off at times.

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