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    A&W
    628 North Cedar Street
    Mason, MI 48854-1017


    June 26th 2010 1pm



    The manager is expecting us,and wishes to setup a table for those of you going,please state whether you will be attending so that i may get a call in to him to let him know how many to expect.

    This is right off US 127

    good little lunch get together.

    possibly do someting at Not Just Guns,a new gun shop only blocks away,updates will be added to this post.


    NO CARRY OF LONG ARMS,"Michigan pistols" AR or AK pistols,or anything similar inside A&W,the manager will turn us away if anybody is carrying these.

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    lil_freak_66
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    whomever shows up w/o saying anything..the average is 3 or 4

    this list of attendee's is out dated,and will be current within a few days.
    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    lil_freak_66 wrote:
    In response to Ingham county sheriff Gene Wrigglesworth's comments about OC and the 2A in general,several members feel a Mason OC event should be done.

    some of wrigglesworth's recently include:

    "What is the point?" Wriggelsworth says. "Hey, look at me, I'm cool, I can carry a gun."

    "The biggest concern is you get a large number of people like at the Ponderosa-- it's going to be chaos. Somebody's going to get hurt," Wriggelsworth says

    His deputies have been trained to be on the defensive when they encounter situations where civilians are carrying guns.

    The sheriff says having untrained people carrying guns is dangerous;

    ideas for exact locations and dates? something at least 4 weeks away,to give people proper planning time.

    are we doing ponderosa attempt number two?

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    Beerme wrote:
    lil_freak_66 wrote:
    In response to Ingham county sheriff Gene Wrigglesworth's comments about OC and the 2A in general,several members feel a Mason OC event should be done.

    some of wrigglesworth's recently include:

    "What is the point?" Wriggelsworth says. "Hey, look at me, I'm cool, I can carry a gun."

    "The biggest concern is you get a large number of people like at the Ponderosa-- it's going to be chaos. Somebody's going to get hurt," Wriggelsworth says

    His deputies have been trained to be on the defensive when they encounter situations where civilians are carrying guns.

    The sheriff says having untrained people carrying guns is dangerous;

    ideas for exact locations and dates? something at least 4 weeks away,to give people proper planning time.

    Â*
    are we doing ponderosa attempt number two?
    Should I bring my "battle-worn" AK?

    :P

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    Nvm
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    be a good reason to take your special someone on a day trip

    http://www.masonantiques.net/

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    UCWT wrote:
    be a good reason to take your special someone on a day trip

    http://www.masonantiques.net/
    If any of the special someones I dated ever wanted me to go blow money on antiques I would **** a brick
    I managed to date the smart ones that like NEW technology haha.
    I do like old bar stuff myself though

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    You are very wise UCWT. I may use this tactic to sway me special someone into taking said trip and once in the area break the news that oh..I have a one stop to make 1st. Hehehehehe

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    be a good reason to take your special someone on a day trip

    http://www.masonantiques.net/
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    I am an "antique".
    Gun control isn't about the gun at all.... for those who want gun control it is all about their own fragile egos, their own lack of self esteem, their own inner fears, and most importantly... their own desire to dominate others. And an openly carried gun is a slap in the face to all of those things.

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    so is there any suggestions for a date?

    and no Beerme,its ponderosa #4. ive setup two events after ponderosa already if you forgot!
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    lil_freak_66 wrote:
    so is there any suggestions for a date?
    Well, I don't know about any certain date, but I do have a couple of suggestions for where. I'd say either Big Boy's, or A&W. Both have seating and waitresses, and both are only blocks from the Sheriff's office.

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    Id like to see a picnic on a Sunday in a park near the sheriffs dept.

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    Beerme wrote:
    UCWT wrote:
    be a good reason to take your special someone on a day trip

    http://www.masonantiques.net/
    If any of the special someones I dated ever wanted me to go blow money on antiques I would @#$% a brick
    I managed to date the smart ones that like NEW technology haha.
    I do like old bar stuff myself though
    ha ha
    ask them to start a fire with sticks, map a course without google maps,clean a kill and cook without instruction.

    yeah sheeple for the retail world are like chocolate easter bunnies to me. look good, taste good and are nice to show to your friends but but when you get through to the inside WAH WAH WAH air.

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    cabman1 wrote:
    Id like to see a picnic on a Sunday in a park near the sheriffs dept.
    I don't think there's any parks that are close to the Sheriff's office. Unless you count the grass in front of it.

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    what the heck that would really burn his hind end wouldn't it?

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    UCWT wrote:
    ha ha
    ask them to start a fire with sticks, map a course without google maps,clean a kill and cook without instruction.

    yeah sheeple for the retail world are like chocolate easter bunnies to me. look good, taste good and are nice to show to your friends but but when you get through to the inside WAH WAH WAH air.
    What a cool analogy! LOL! I might have to use that one!

    My little girl is well on her way to being knowledgeable in down to earth living. One day she walked in to my garage, took one look at the skinned deer carcass, and said "YUMMY!" I had to laugh.

    I vote for the front lawn, btw! :celebrate
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    would we be allowed to have a picnic in the sheriff office front lawn?


    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    anyone have any recon on mason?
    after looking it up there is a park not to far from the sheriff's called Hayes park. looks nice tennis, playground, grills and a shelter but the other park is kinda in a good spot!!

    "Bond Park is a 5.3 acre neighborhood park with a lighted ball field and restrooms Rayner Creek runs through the park, and the Ingham County Courthouse is a fine view from this location."

    http://www.mason.mi.us/parks.htm

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    parks work great.

    another idea(voice your opinion)

    talk w/ total firearms about an OC seminar or something,they do a cpl class just about every weekend.

    then shoot there before or after anything at total firearms



    for anybody wondering,NOTHING IS SET IN STONE YET,merely discussing until things are agreed on
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    My votes for the lawn....jus sayin
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    lil_freak_66 wrote:
    In response to Ingham county sheriff Gene Wrigglesworth's comments about OC and the 2A in general,several members feel a Mason OC event should be done.

    some of wrigglesworth's recently include:

    "What is the point?" Wriggelsworth says. "Hey, look at me, I'm cool, I can carry a gun."

    "The biggest concern is you get a large number of people like at the Ponderosa-- it's going to be chaos. Somebody's going to get hurt," Wriggelsworth says

    His deputies have been trained to be on the defensive when they encounter situations where civilians are carrying guns.

    The sheriff says having untrained people carrying guns is dangerous;

    ideas for exact locations and dates? something at least 4 weeks away,to give people proper planning time.

    Â*
    let's not forget that he said OC of a full auto is illegal
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    ya,but lets keep that one on the DL as much as possible,wouldnt want the news portraying us as people who just run rampant with fully automatic nuclear tipped full metal jacket high capacity evil black rifles of doom now would we?:shock:

    anybody have info on if the lawn of the sheriff dept. would be a legal place for a picnic?



    and still need suggestions for dates,sometime in june preferred.
    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    double tap
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    no reason not to point out his lies
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    how does june 26th work for everyone?


    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    It's not the number it's how you feel, guess that makes me about 148yrs.:shock:

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