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I will pay $5 each to the first 20 people who respond if the Jets extend Quinnen Williams beyond his initial 5 years.   This is of course conditional upon paying me $5 if they don’t.  

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1 hour ago, DLJ said:

Meanwhile I’m in NYC reading these posts in horror. You guys really are packing heat and not have to fear the law? Guns are pretty much illegal for normal folk here

Time to move out of NY lol...

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4 hours ago, hmhertz said:

Long arms, heavy hands, motor never stops.

Seven sacks 47 pressures (fourth in Sec)

 

flags gun & ganja charges

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His RAS is decent basically because of his size. Hes old and often injured. Really odd pick. Really our only odd pick in the last two years so its all good though. 

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Lol these posts are great. I also moved down south like others. Having guns isn’t a bad thing whatsoever. If more people had guns in their houses/ cars and knew how to use them then the skyrocketing crime in nyc (up 50% this year alone) would drop dramatically. If criminals actually had fear instead of confidence that the homeowner would be unarmed and unable to defend themselves and their family then it would be a totally different story 

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4 hours ago, hmhertz said:

Long arms, heavy hands, motor never stops.

Seven sacks 47 pressures (fourth in Sec)

 

flags gun & ganja charges

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He is a frightening, intimidating,  beautiful man.

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45 minutes ago, Shockwave said:

His RAS is decent basically because of his size. Hes old and often injured. Really odd pick. Really our only odd pick in the last two years so its all good though. 

11 sacks in his last 15 games . Seems like a nice rotational type . 

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2 hours ago, Green Ghost said:

I moved to the Myrtle Beach area 12 years ago, DLJ. 
i might be the only transplanted boomer from the NY/NJ area who doesn’t own a gun down here.

It’s a different world outside NY. I’m not a gun guy, but  I have no issue with those who carry. In fact, I feel safer knowing so many do.

Myrtle Beach are is on the top of my list of possible relocation places from Long Island. Good choice?

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Clemons seems like the replacement for Jabari Zuniga… always need some in pipeline for rotational edge.  Less of a project than Zuniga.

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8 hours ago, Hal N of Provo said:

Were the gun charges in Texas? If so that does not  count, that’s just following local etiquete.  

Lol. First thought was how do you get gun charges in Texas? Did he not shoot somebody when presented with the opportunity? 

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4 hours ago, BurntDice said:

Lol these posts are great. I also moved down south like others. Having guns isn’t a bad thing whatsoever. If more people had guns in their houses/ cars and knew how to use them then the skyrocketing crime in nyc (up 50% this year alone) would drop dramatically. If criminals actually had fear instead of confidence that the homeowner would be unarmed and unable to defend themselves and their family then it would be a totally different story 

An armed society is a polite society....

 

Down here, you dont know who is armed. Keeps the bad guys wary of the normies, and makes B&E a very chancy decision.

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44 minutes ago, naturalscience said:

Dallas has a higher crime rate than NYC.

Fully support owning a firearm. Just statistics don't back up that story.

I wonder if the lower property crime has to do with more people likely renting vs owning in nyc. Living in big buildings might be safer than houses by themselves who knows 

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10 minutes ago, BurntDice said:

I wonder if the lower property crime has to do with more people likely renting vs owning in nyc. Living in big buildings might be safer than houses by themselves who knows 

less reporting, less policing, less prosecuting. 

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19 minutes ago, BurntDice said:

I wonder if the lower property crime has to do with more people likely renting vs owning in nyc. Living in big buildings might be safer than houses by themselves who knows 

Could be. It's less violent crime too. I think it just boils down to when you jam a crapload of people together in a close proximity they will commit crimes against each other. Been happening since the beginning and likely will continue till the end.

BUT at least the Jets had a good draft! Lol.

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Meanwhile I’m in NYC reading these posts in horror. You guys really are packing heat and not have to fear the law? Guns are pretty much illegal for normal folk here


live outside charlotte now ( after 60 years in metro ny) - the culture of guns is very different down here - not considered evil and getting a permit to carry is easy peasy - no one thinks you’re a serial killer if you own a few ( or more) - hard to reconcile with culture in the north east where just getting a permit is difficult and getting a carry permit? forgettaboutit!!!!!!!


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5 hours ago, Jet_Engine1 said:

An armed society is a polite society....

 

Down here, you dont know who is armed. Keeps the bad guys wary of the normies, and makes B&E a very chancy decision.

Personally, i just choose to live in places that aren’t so dangerous that i feel the need to own a gun.  

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37 minutes ago, Butterfield said:

Personally, i just choose to live in places that aren’t so dangerous that i feel the need to own a gun.  

That’s not an option for everyone especially when you work in three different counties and in some really bad areas. 

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3 minutes ago, New York Mick said:

That’s not an option for everyone especially when you work in three different counties and in some really bad areas. 

Which is why i led with, personally…

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6 hours ago, naturalscience said:

Dallas has a higher crime rate than NYC.

Fully support owning a firearm. Just statistics don't back up that story.

Chicago and parts of Cali have some of the strictest gun laws and they have the worst crime rates. There are many factors with the crime rate and poverty is definitely high on the list.  

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12 hours ago, DLJ said:

Meanwhile I’m in NYC reading these posts in horror. You guys really are packing heat and not have to fear the law? Guns are pretty much illegal for normal folk here

Im in Florida.  If you dont carry they arrest you here…

NY has all the tough gun laws because it decreases gun violence, but its funny how criminals are a little more cautious when any body they screw with might shoot them down.

Just had an old lady shoot a robber in her house and the sheriff applauded her and told people to kill home invaders and save the tax payers money

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1 minute ago, New York Mick said:

Chicago and parts of Cali have some of the strictest gun laws and they have the worst crime rates. There are many factors with the crime rate and poverty is definitely high on the list.  

There seems to be no correlation between gun laws and crime.  Statistics show they don’t make it better or worse.  

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1 minute ago, Bowles Movement said:

Im in Florida.  If you dont carry they arrest you here…

NY has all the tough gun laws because it decreases gun violence, but its funny how criminals are a little more cautious when any body they screw with might shoot them down.

Just had an old lady shoot a robber in her house and the sheriff applauded her and told people to kill home invaders and save the tax payers money

And statistics still show that you are more likely to harm yourself or someone else accidentally with a gun than you are to stop a crime.  Its strange.  

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3 minutes ago, Butterfield said:

And statistics still show that you are more likely to harm yourself or someone else accidentally with a gun than you are to stop a crime.  Its strange.  

Most crimes stopped aren’t reported so there’s an issue with that stat. 

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2 minutes ago, Butterfield said:

And statistics still show that you are more likely to harm yourself or someone else accidentally with a gun than you are to stop a crime.  Its strange.  

I could quote Mark Twain but To each his own.  
 

Im glad we have the right to decide how we protect ourselves

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Just now, Bowles Movement said:

I could quote Mark Twain but To each his own.  
 

Im glad we have the right to decide how we protect ourselves

Yep.  Don’t get me wrong, I don’t care either way whether people have guns or not.  

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2 minutes ago, New York Mick said:

Most crimes stopped aren’t reported so there’s an issue with that stat. 

Sure.  Personally, Ive known at least 7 people harmed or killed by a gun, but not a single person has stopped a crime.  Strange.  

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