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    I'm hungry and my tank is on empty. i pull into a 7-11 near my job this morning and fill up. How i love those cinnamon buns then have fresh each morning i say!

    So, i walk in and proceed to get my tasty morning treat. The store was crowded, but no one seemed to notice i was carrying UNTIL i managed to drop the entire tray of tasty cinnamon buns on the floor. "Awww Crap" i said in a slightly elevated voice....yep...they all knew now. Here, i am, kneeling on the floor cleaning my mess up as people online look at me and my side arm....

    Needless to say i was embarrassed and i have no clue how this happened. i think it was rigged or boobie trapped of something.

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    We all know you subconsciously did it on purpose. Your sidearm just needed a little attention. :P

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    Smooth move Exlax! :P

    I have been getting a lot more attenition now that I OC in my Kilt regularly!:celebrate

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    HAHA.. good work!

    Actually, I don't mind the attention. I like walking with my 4 year old daughter. Her head is right at gun level and everybody wants to look at the cute little girl. I can actually watch peoples expression change when their eyes go from cute little girl to "OMG A GUN!"

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    yep...they all knew now. Here, i am, kneeling on the floor cleaning my mess up as people online look at me and my side arm....
    I love it yeahYeah. Just think, all those people got to see a real live "gun totin'" law abiding citizen doing the right thing. You totally dispelled any belief that all OCers are mall ninjas that those people may have had. Nice work. I bet you planned the whole thing...just waited for the right moment. Gun rights activism at its best. It's brilliant. :celebrate

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    i fear that i ruined 2 tasty cinammon buns!

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    i fear that i ruined 2 tasty cinammon buns!
    Only 2? Did you pick up the rest of the tray within 5 seconds? :celebrate:celebrate

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    i'm sorry...3



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    It's cinnamon buns. 5 is good enough.:celebrate:celebrate:celebrate
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    It's my understanding that sullied pastries make excellent targets. They blow apart nicely and the ants will clean up the mess. Of course I'm totally making this up. I did like your story though.

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    I may never be able to enter that 7-11 again. i have sullied my good name and brought shame upon my face.

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    need to change your forum name to DESTROYER of BUNNS

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    And we're to believe that you can SAFELY draw your weapon from it's holster without an AD or dropping it?

    Sheeesh!!!! :what:

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    This is EXACTLY where it is appropriate to be a police apologist.

    "Everything is OK, people. Police are as susceptible to making mistakes as anyone else. Nothing to see here. Move along please."



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    If I am equal to another, how can I legitimately govern him without his express individual consent?

    There is no human being on earth I hate so much I would actually vote to inflict government upon him.

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    Citizen wrote:
    This is EXACTLY where it is appropriate to be a police apologist.

    "Everything is OK, people. Police are as susceptible to making mistakes as anyone else. Nothing to see here. Move along please."



    (joke, everybody)
    no one would have believed him, he was reaching for the wrong pastry product...

    (the preceding comment was meant in a purely satirical nature, and wasn't mean't as a negative statement towards the law enforcement community or the pastry industry.)

    :celebrate

    no bananas were harmed in the making of this post.

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    unreconstructed1 wrote:
    Citizen wrote:
    This is EXACTLY where it is appropriate to be a police apologist.

    "Everything is OK, people.* Police are as susceptible to making mistakes as anyone else.* Nothing to see here.* Move along please."



    (joke, everybody)
    no one would have believed him, he was reaching for the wrong pastry product...

    (the preceding comment was meant in a purely satirical nature, and wasn't mean't as a negative statement towards the law enforcement community or the pastry industry.)

    :celebrate

    no bananas were harmed in the making of this post.
    I laughed.






    Then I KILLED and ATE a banana.


    :celebrate

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    yeahYeah wrote:
    I'm hungry and my tank is on empty. i pull into a 7-11 near my job this morning and fill up. How i love those cinnamon buns then have fresh each morning i say!

    So, i walk in and proceed to get my tasty morning treat. The store was crowded, but no one seemed to notice i was carrying UNTIL i managed to drop the entire tray of tasty cinnamon buns on the floor. "Awww Crap" i said in a slightly elevated voice....yep...they all knew now. Here, i am, kneeling on the floor cleaning my mess up as people online look at me and my side arm....

    Needless to say i was embarrassed and i have no clue how this happened. i think it was rigged or boobie trapped of something.
    They were probably wondering why you had an entire tray of cinna buns. Why was that?

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    marshaul wrote:
    I laughed.






    Then I KILLED and ATE a banana.


    :celebrate
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    but what about the poor bananas?!?

    Why won't you thaink about the bananas?!?

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    yeahYeah wrote:
    I'm hungry and my tank is on empty. i pull into a 7-11 near my job this morning and fill up. How i love those cinnamon buns then have fresh each morning i say!

    So, i walk in and proceed to get my tasty morning treat. The store was crowded, but no one seemed to notice i was carrying UNTIL i managed to drop the entire tray of tasty cinnamon buns on the floor. "Awww Crap" i said in a slightly elevated voice....yep...they all knew now. Here, i am, kneeling on the floor cleaning my mess up as people online look at me and my side arm....

    Needless to say i was embarrassed and i have no clue how this happened. i think it was rigged or boobie trapped of something.
    They were probably wondering why you had an entire tray of cinna buns. Why was that?
    i had to pull the tray out to select the bun i wanted. not sure why they fall. Mrs. yeahYeah thinks i am accident prone.

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    i had to pull the tray out to select the bun i wanted. not sure why they fall. Mrs. yeahYeah thinks i am accident prone.
    well, generally the trays aren't bolted into the display stand. If you pull one out far enough, surprisingly, it will fall...

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    treat all trays as if there loaded

    always rember a tray loaded with buns left alone will not fall by it self:celebrate

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    i had the tray pointed in a safe direction at least

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    yeahYeah wrote:
    i had the tray pointed in a safe direction at least
    But obviously you didn't check the safety.

    Your on probation for the next 3 months. Another infraction like this and your PTHP (Pastry Tray Handling Permit) will be revoked permenantly.

    You DID have a permit.........didn't you?

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    This is a pastry tray carrying state. i don't need a permit. this is quite unfair and against my rights. the buns didn't go off, there was no negligant sugar discharge, no one was injured.

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    Won't someone think of the children dang it. If there were no pastries, kids wouldn't be fat! We all agree it's the pastries fault that people are fat!

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