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    Mississippi still not updated on oc maps!!!!!!!

    what's going on here? Arkansas was updated and Mississippi wasn't?

    unlicensed OC is now completely legal and fully preempted!!!!!

    how is it that someone updated Arkansas but not Mississippi!

    There's only about 4 threads on the topic!? Evidentally some people are more equal then others when it comes to this forum.
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    I seriously doubt anything malicious is going on... Could be wrong, I just don't see any motive
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealthyeliminator View Post
    I seriously doubt anything malicious is going on... Could be wrong, I just don't see any motive
    I know, but I'm trying to grab attention.... this is something so basic that it's not hard to change. in fact the had no trouble changing arkansas even though it's untested whether or not OC is legal, versus Mississippi where the law was specifically changed to allow unlicensed oc.
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    Hanlon's Razor: Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by incompetence.


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    My best guess is that the webmaster is proceeding with changes and updates alphbetically, just as the new sub-forums for Events and Training were installed.

    It also is not just the map pages to update, but also the descriptors on the home page drop downs for each state.
    You will not rise to the occasion; you will fall back on your level of training.” Archilochus, 650 BC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grapeshot View Post
    My best guess is that the webmaster is proceeding with changes and updates alphbetically, just as the new sub-forums for Events and Training were installed.

    It also is not just the map pages to update, but also the descriptors on the home page drop downs for each state.

    How incompetent!
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    Considering the months that have gone by with no movement at all? Yep. Incompetent.

    Which do you think is more critical to the operation of this site? Tweaking the forums? Or having up-to-date maps reflecting the law as it is, not as it was?

    Several users have already done the grunt work to update the map. Someone could just double-check the accuracy and upload it. 30 minutes.

    It is inexcusable that it has taken this long to do the update.

    Inexcusable.


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    I went into a store the other day to buy a product. They didn't have it so inexcusable!
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

    U.S. v. Minker, 350 US 179, at page 187
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    of their respect for what only appears to be a law, are cunningly coerced into waiving their
    rights, due to ignorance." (Paraphrased)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudden valley gunner View Post
    I went into a store the other day to buy a product. They didn't have it so inexcusable!
    But the store is private property and you had the option of going somewhere else
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    Quote Originally Posted by sudden valley gunner View Post
    I went into a store the other day to buy a product. They didn't have it so inexcusable!
    not having the product a handful of times is not a problem, constant supply problems is a problem.

    I used to work in retail. my manager when we ran out of thanksgiving day sale turkeys called every single other store in our system until he located a surplus palet of turkeys and then drove in his personal ford pickup truck to get them. that's customer service right there....
    they love our milk and honey, but they preach about some other way of living, when they're running down my country man they're walkin' on the fightin side of me

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    Precisely.

    I'd rather point out shortcomings, in the hope that some small sense of pride would result in correction, rather than walking away.

    This site, though very poorly run of late, does provide a needed service, so I choose to stay and criticize.

    I hope the staff (assuming that a certain member of it has learned the meaning of the word) takes a long, hard look at their efforts of late and finds a way to kick it up a notch--in all regards.


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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    Precisely.

    I'd rather point out shortcomings, in the hope that some small sense of pride would result in correction, rather than walking away.

    This site, though very poorly run of late, does provide a needed service, so I choose to stay and criticize.

    I hope the staff (assuming that a certain member of it has learned the meaning of the word) takes a long, hard look at their efforts of late and finds a way to kick it up a notch--in all regards.
    Repeticiously ranting on the same point becomes a nothing more than a rant - over done at best.

    Staff is a collective noun - denotes more than one member.

    A collective noun is a word that describes a number of objects or people — examples include staff, group, band, and team.

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    Well,,,

    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    Precisely.

    I'd rather point out shortcomings, in the hope that some small sense of pride would result in correction, rather than walking away.

    This site, though very poorly run of late, does provide a needed service, so I choose to stay and criticize.

    I hope the staff (assuming that a certain member of it has learned the meaning of the word) takes a long, hard look at their efforts of late and finds a way to kick it up a notch--in all regards.


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    Sooo,,, that is why you are here....

    It has come to the point that YOU are more of a distraction to the normal use of this forum,
    than Katsung47, whom you spend so much time complaining about, has ever been...

    I will add that your constant Non replies, saying that you wont reply to someone
    because they were behaving like an ass, totally wastes my and every ones else's time and patients.
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    Nice way to imply I said something I did not. I am here to promote open carry and unlicensed carry. I am here to support others who do. When the staff here do something that merits criticism, while that is not the reason I am here, I will criticize them.

    I really don't care if you have a problem with that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EMNofSeattle View Post
    I know, but I'm trying to grab attention.... this is something so basic that it's not hard to change. in fact the had no trouble changing arkansas even though it's untested whether or not OC is legal, versus Mississippi where the law was specifically changed to allow unlicensed oc.
    I didn't realize it had been so long or that you had already made other threads about the changes. With that in mind, goodness, whoever is in charge of updates needs to get their act together. This site is not useless without accurate information, it's dangerous. What if it was an update in the other direction?
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    It's dangerous either way!

    Estelle: Look, Bubba, that man has a gun!
    Bubba: Don't worry Estelle, I read in the paper the other day that you can "open carry" a handgun legally in Mississippi now.
    E: No, you can't. You have to have a license and cover it up!
    B: I am pretty sure I read an article...
    E: Bubba, you can't. I am calling the cops.
    B: Hold on there Estelle, let's don't get this guy into trouble.
    E: Well, he is breaking the law, and I am scared of him.
    B: I am telling you, he ain't breaking no law.
    E: Bubba, I know he is!
    B: Tell ya what, baby, let's check and be sure before we call the cops.
    E: How, Bubs?
    B: You got one of them there smart phones, right?
    E: Yeah?
    B: Well, on the news, when they mentioned that open carry was legal, they talked about some open carry site. They'd probably know whether it was legal.
    E: Well, if you don't believe me, Bubs, you just go on and look it up.

    [some fumbling, swearing, comments about smart phones being dumb]

    B: Here it is Estelle! And look, they got a map. Lemme just poke Mississippi and see what comes up. Damn! I guess you was right and the news was wrong. Even this here website that is all for open carry says you can't do it in Mississippi. I am so sorry I doubted you, sweetness. Call the cops. Don't forget to tell them that you were scared. It'll make 'em come faster.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grapeshot View Post
    But the store is private property and you had the option of going somewhere else
    Bingo!

    Quote Originally Posted by EMNofSeattle View Post
    not having the product a handful of times is not a problem, constant supply problems is a problem.

    I used to work in retail. my manager when we ran out of thanksgiving day sale turkeys called every single other store in our system until he located a surplus palet of turkeys and then drove in his personal ford pickup truck to get them. that's customer service right there....
    Good for that store, my buddy used to manage a Shucks auto supply store he would tell his employees if they come in for a hamburger don't say no , go across the street buy one at McDonalds bring it back mark it up 30% and sell it.

    None of that matters here, and you miss the point. Your whining to the store that they don't have turkeys won't do any good if it's not a priority at the moment or if they decide they will get to it when they get to it, or if there are other logistical issues you are not aware of and they have no obligation to explain to you.
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    I guess it is only a problem for those who do not reside in MS.....go figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC for ME View Post
    I guess it is only a problem for those who do not reside in MS.....go figure.
    +1

    They are busy OC'ing in Mississippi...
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudden valley gunner View Post
    +1

    They are busy OC'ing in Mississippi...
    OC in M-i-ss-i-ss-i-pp-i = M-i-oo-i-oo-cc-i or M-i-cc-i-cc-oo-i or my favorite M-i-cc-i-cc-cc-i = Mick-he-kicky

    Sorry - too much time on my hands and the product of a warped mind

    +1 on OC in Mississippi, now on to Constitutional Carry
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    So, are you saying that the map has been updated?


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    Well, if you got so much time on your hands, get a keyboard and/or mouse into your hand and fix the map. Some folks are getting restless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC for ME View Post
    Well, if you got so much time on your hands, get a keyboard and/or mouse into your hand and fix the map. Some folks are getting restless.
    Would that I could.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OC for ME View Post
    Well, if you got so much time on your hands, get a keyboard and/or mouse into your hand and fix the map. Some folks are getting restless.
    Several folks have updated the maps. The staff here just need to upload it.

    This is really unfathomable.


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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    Several folks have updated the maps. The staff here just need to upload it.

    This is really unfathomable.

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