smellslikemichigan wrote:Hey I know that guy, that's kinberguy he was interviewed by a local station as well. We had about 10-15 OCers there. We handed out over 100 brochures.http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540...29838#30229838
They zoom right in on the gun, but no one comments on it! Hard to believe.
It was funny, there was a gentlemanthat saw us OCingand went to the state trooper nearby and asked if it was legal. The trooper directed him over to us and said ask them, pointing to our group by the MOC banner, they have all the info you need. So that was neat.
Lots of troopers and no interaction. Skip Coryell was there and we talked about the 2nd Amd. March. After, Skip and I and a couple of other OCers went to lunch downtown all OCing and had no problems, other than all the restaurants were packed and we had to wait a bit. Good littleboom for the downtown businesses.