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    Had an UOC bad dream

    I'm sure many of you have had bad self defense nightmares, but have you ever had any UOC nightmares.
    /Start run on sentences.
    In my dream i was UOC'ing in a place that look kind of like the courtyards of local SD schools, however there was some sort of restaurant there.
    Someone came out into the courtyard and starting brandishing something (knife, gun, dunno) and screaming and everyone started scattering. He started going toward people to hurt them so i ran around a corner for cover and dropped the empty mag, slapped in the full mag but when i racked the slide it kept going forward and shot off the end of the gun and onto the ground. I picked it up and tried to replace it but i remembered that when i disassembled it to clean it there was a random part that i couldn't figure out where it went. The guy came around the corner and toward me and i backpeddled still trying to put my pistol back together. Then I woke up breathing heavy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Born2Lose View Post
    I'm sure many of you have had bad self defense nightmares, but have you ever had any UOC nightmares.
    /Start run on sentences.
    In my dream i was UOC'ing in a place that look kind of like the courtyards of local SD schools, however there was some sort of restaurant there.
    Someone came out into the courtyard and starting brandishing something (knife, gun, dunno) and screaming and everyone started scattering. He started going toward people to hurt them so i ran around a corner for cover and dropped the empty mag, slapped in the full mag but when i racked the slide it kept going forward and shot off the end of the gun and onto the ground. I picked it up and tried to replace it but i remembered that when i disassembled it to clean it there was a random part that i couldn't figure out where it went. The guy came around the corner and toward me and i backpeddled still trying to put my pistol back together. Then I woke up breathing heavy.
    [Freudian analysis]Your dream is caused by your unconcious relieving itself of the anxiety of carrying an ineffective or incomplete weapon. The dream will not repeat itself if you assert the realization in your conscious mind that carrying an unloaded weapon is an expression of the 1st Amendment and not the 2nd. Take two chill pills and call me in the morning.[/Freudian analysis]
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    Quote Originally Posted by ConditionThree View Post
    [Freudian analysis]Your dream is caused by your unconcious relieving itself of the anxiety of carrying an ineffective or imcomplete weapon. The dream will not repeat itself if you assert the realization in your conscious mind that carrying an unloaded weapon is an expression of the 1st Amendment and not the 2nd. Take two chill pills and call me in the morning.[/Freudian analysis]
    I was having a bad day until I read this...C-3, you have MADE MY DAY! lol... Hope you don't mind, but I'm going to sig-quote you on this...
    Last edited by DooFster; 01-06-2011 at 05:25 PM.
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    thats awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ConditionThree View Post
    [Freudian analysis]Your dream is caused by your unconcious relieving itself of the anxiety of carrying an ineffective or imcomplete weapon. The dream will not repeat itself if you assert the realization in your conscious mind that carrying an unloaded weapon is an expression of the 1st Amendment and not the 2nd. Take two chill pills and call me in the morning.[/Freudian analysis]
    Thanks Doc..what do i owe you?
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    Would you like Dr. Gundude's analysis? I'm not a shrink, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Born2Lose View Post
    Thanks Doc..what do i owe you?
    *in his best Quagmire voice* Giggity, giggity, goo!!
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    Mine

    I actually had a bad UOC dream once as well. It still kind of haunts me but not in my dreams. My dream involved criminals realizing by reading the applicable laws that open carry is legal in California so long as the weapon is unloaded. So knowing that our weapons were unloaded they went out with illegally concealed and loaded weapons and began taking weapons from UOCer's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DooFster View Post
    I was having a bad day until I read this...C-3, you have MADE MY DAY! lol... Hope you don't mind, but I'm going to sig-quote you on this...
    Yeah, that's great. Just be sure to correct the typo in 'incomplete'.
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    CL SUBJ IN COMPLIANCE WITH LAW


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    Nonsense,

    Just stop cleaning your weapon before bedtime. It's the fumes from the cleaning fluids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AyatollahGondola View Post
    Nonsense,

    Just stop cleaning your weapon before bedtime. It's the fumes from the cleaning fluids.
    You know, some of us wear Hoppe's No. 9 as cologne with no adverse affects. I'm thinking of getting some Hoppe's air fresheners as well. http://www.hoppes.com/products/ca_air_freshener.html
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    NA MALE SUBJ ON FOOT, LS NB 3 AGO HAD A HOLSTERED HANDGUN ON HIS RIGHT HIP. WAS NOT BRANDISHING THE WEAPON, BUT RP FOUND SUSPICIOUS.
    CL SUBJ IN COMPLIANCE WITH LAW


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    Quote Originally Posted by ConditionThree View Post
    You know, some of us wear Hoppe's No. 9 as cologne with no adverse affects.
    Most users don't think they have a problem
    Last edited by AyatollahGondola; 01-08-2011 at 10:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gundude View Post
    Would you like Dr. Gundude's analysis? I'm not a shrink, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn once.
    Hey, Gertrude, is Doc Holliday Inn?

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    It happens often to those who understand that their carry weapon system is lacking in one way or another.

    If it keeps happening, the best fixes will be to either carry concealed and loaded by breaking the illegal state laws or moving, or to carry something like a spray bottle filled with ammonia if you want to kiss the ass of your treasonous reps.

    Condition three is absolutely right. uoc is a form of 1a activism, and I'd say nearly unrelated to self defense. If you care more about your safety than taking on tyrants, uoc is an inferior strategy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michigander View Post
    It happens often to those who understand that their carry weapon system is lacking in one way or another.

    If it keeps happening, the best fixes will be to either carry concealed and loaded by breaking the illegal state laws or moving, or to carry something like a spray bottle filled with ammonia if you want to kiss the ass of your treasonous reps.

    Condition three is absolutely right. uoc is a form of 1a activism, and I'd say nearly unrelated to self defense. If you care more about your safety than taking on tyrants, uoc is an inferior strategy.

    Are you serious?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gundude View Post
    Are you serious?
    Absolutely. I'm not saying do it, and I'm not saying don't do it. It's up to every individual oppressed person to weigh the value of life (and dignity as Jeff Cooper would point out) against treasonous laws and their illegal but often enforced penalties. Or to move to a free republic and completely avoid that decision.
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