Support The 2nd wrote:
Thursday, May 14, 2009. We as a group (Para included) return to the Menards at 2101 Miller Park Way, all lawfully armed, enter the premises and each by one (1) landscape brick. If Saturday works better, I am open on May 16, 2009 as well.
I think that's funny as heck. You KNOW that if 35 people show up armed the police will be called, but what an explanation: I'm here to buy a brick.
Ofcr: Why do you need a gun to buy a brick?
A: I don't, I need cash to buy a brick.
Ofcr: Then why do you need a gun?
A: To protect the cash.
Ofcr: Do you have a lot of cash on you, so that you need to carry a gun?
A: Yeah. At least enough to buy a brick, probably with change left over!
Ofcr: So why do you need a gun?
A: I'm surprised you're not worried about why I'm only buying one brick.
Ofcr: Why are you buying only one brick?
A: I only need one. Besides, if I bought two, both hands would be full and I couldn't open then door. Can I see your TASER?
TASER is a registered trademark of TASER International, Inc. "TASER" as used is improper, it should be "TASER electronic control device," but asking an officer if you can see his "TASER electronic control device" sounds pretty stupid, and might qualify as "disorderly conduct." Example: University of Florida student Andrew Meyer improperly stated, "Don't TASE me bro!" when he should have said, "Officer, please do not deploy your TASER International, Inc. electronic control device against my person, as it will have undesirable effects that are unnecessary given that I have only asked a question of Senator Kerry, albeit one he does not apprecia--AAAAAIE!"