I was thinking about offering a apology for the treatment that you have received here, but now I see that you don't need one or even want one. That is good. It just confirms that you don't rely on the approval of the people here for your self satisfaction. You seem to be made of tough material and that is not a surprise since you are a member of OCT. I suspect that all OCT members are made tough. Certainly some of those, if not all, are heros. It seems that a few of our members cannot bring themselves to find any worth in the actions of others. If they were involved in the same efforts or similar ones, they would be bragging about their accomplishments, non-stop. Their hands are too busy patting themselves on the back to extend one for a handshake in recognition of a job welldone by someone else. As for me, congratulations on a job well done.Wow, such a long-winded, nonsensical comment to such a clear response, but Dr. HP995, I really don't need any such "words of encouragement" to secure my place in this world---I am quite comfortable with where I am, with where I've been, and with where I am headed, and, again, my "nearest and dearest" far more than respect me.
I trust people who have earned such trust, universally, Internetally (yes, I just made up that word), or locally, but trust, like respect, is earned, not automatically granted.
You also haven't a clue as to my commitment or contribution with regard to any cause, OCT or otherwise, nor have I mentioned anyone whom I consider to be "my" hero, but, rather, I have oft-mentioned "a" hero.
I requested no advice from you, so take a breath, and, perhaps, stop trying to teach people how to be you.
What a pompous & backhanded insult and slap in the face to every member on this forum.I was thinking about offering a apology.... snippp.
Thanks for the words of encouragement (sorry, couldn’t resist), Gutshot, but worry not as I’m not going anywhere---well, at least not voluntarily.I was thinking about offering a apology for the treatment that you have received here...
I like that! Well written. Of course I realize the respect or the overall sentiment expressed here may not be meant for everyone, but if it were, or if it is, if we're talking about respect and general support for others in the cause who may disagree on some details, this statement would fit very well with my own beliefs.Also, there’s no need to apologize for being in different circumstances with different priorities. We are all entitled pick our own wars, develop our own strategies, and execute our own tactics. You have my respect.
Why does he have a Virginia permit and not a Texas permit? He is the president of OCTGetting BACK ON SUBJECT...
ALL charges against CJ Grisham and others have been dropped, and today CJ Grisham and a fellow named Jim Everard got their guns back: https://www.facebook.com/1SGCJGrisham/videos/1653067901467772/
About 19 minutes into the video CJ Grisham conducts a press conference.
Hmmm. Maybe has to do with where a Texas resident permit is accepted vs where a Virginia non-resident permit is accepted.Why does he have a Virginia permit and not a Texas permit? He is the president of OCT
He is the president of open carry Texas why would he need a Va permit? Doesn't he have a Tx permit?Hmmm. Maybe has to do with where a Texas resident permit is accepted vs where a Virginia non-resident permit is accepted.
Hmmm. Maybe has to do with where a Texas resident permit is accepted vs where a Virginia non-resident permit is accepted.
For travel outside of Texas when he wishes to or has need to conceal.He is the president of open carry Texas why would he need a Va permit? Doesn't he have a Tx permit?
For travel outside of Texas when he wishes to or has need to conceal.
Don't you wish you had thought of that.
Wish I had thought of that.I believe he is not allowed to have a Tx permit from his previous encounter with law enforcement. the encounter which made him famous to begin with
I remember now reading about this and watching a video that I believe was taken by his son.A jury found Grisham guilty of interfering with police duties when he refused to turn over his AR-15 rifle to Temple police officer Steve Ermis when he was illegally stopped and arrested.
Even though the officer was wrong, he refused to obey.
He appealed and lost. Then he ran for the Texas legislature and lost.