Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by E'burg fisher, Aug 3, 2005.
I luv the "He was a good boy " quotes in articles concerning pos criminals
"He was a good boy"
Dead gangbanger is a good gangbanger.
The Noose would be good for him. How many undisovered deaths has he barried in the valley?
Nice thread,I love fishing
Fishermen Pack heat too
You go ahead and have your firearm registered. Don't know which state you're from, but guns aren't registered in washington, we still have "some" of our civil liberties here.
That kinda depends on which county you're in. King county doesn't like it when it's residents, or the citizens of this state defend themselves (even non-leathaly). They take protecting a criminal's right to violate you seriously in King County.
I suppose some of you might remember the camp of wall tents in the Canyon by umptanum 7-9 years ago, that was a camp that Jack and I owned and we had opened up Umtanum and Bighorn by leasing it from the owner that had it closed down then....We had been robbed and vandalized in some way more than 30 times in a few years. We had there movements down to the day and nearly the time it was happening, the police had no cares about it we caught them three times in the act and by the time the cops arrived IF THEY arrived they were gone, one time there license plate and rear bumper was ripped off trying to open the drop box, still nothing from the POLICE, there caution to us was, "don't take the law into your own hands". The chief of police made a big grandstand for us on a Friday after the license plate ordeal, he was going to do something this time, he knew when all the robberies where happening and we did too. The last straw was when we asked them (police) to just drive by at 2 AM on Tuesday morning that was when they would hit us the most often, we were there (my wife and I), the asshole thief's were there, the cops had better things to do so they got away for the last time, we folded up shop and quit! I vowed to never live and work where I have to lock the doors!