California is at it again

fiundagner

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http://www.theblaze.com/stories/calif-polticians-working-to-abolish-open-carry-of-firearms/

While admittedly California is on the other side of the nation from us, it has long been touted as a forward thinking legislative state, and is responsible for many of the current existing environmental and safety regulations.

New York has proven that it is perfectly legal to make it expensive for citizens to get both carry permits and to require citizens to pay for the privilege of purchasing a weapon.

We also have the now infamous city of Chicago that simply, for all intents and purposes, legislates weapon ownership out of existence even in the face of Supreme Court rulings against them.

And of course President Obama is testing out the power of executive orders in relation to gun control

I probably don?t actually have to ask to know the answer to this question, but what are your thoughts on this new wave of anti-gun legislations and anti-gun sentiments, and what do you think it bodes for the future of firearms?
 

fiundagner

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http://www.theblaze.com/stories/nanny-state-madness-californias-proposed-fitted-sheet-law/

I'm almost positive I?m not crazy enough to make this up. But seriously, where should the nanny state stop and personal responsibility start? Is this really such a problem that we need a law about it? More importantly, is it really worth the fire marshals/OSHA/Police time that will have to be dedicated to enforcing this law? Are they going to bring in enough revenue from fines to cover the additional inspectors? And I can see criminals using this to their advantage already

?Hello 911, I want to report a hotel without fitted sheets. Please send all police to the holiday in on the south side of town, and don?t worry about the bank robbery alarm at North side banking, they are just testing the alarms today.?
 

Enjay

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Why is this even an issue?
Requiring the hotel industry to have better health insurance or to use ergonomic tools I can understand, but gee, are they going to make laws about the direction the toilet paper comes off the roll next?

well, I actually have in my little queendom but that's besides the point, it didn't cost the taxpayers anything! :lol:
 

fordnut

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The paper has to come off the top of the roll...I believe it already is a law....at least at my house...

Steve
 

Midnight Raver

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fordnut said:
The paper has to come off the top of the roll...I believe it already is a law....at least at my house...

Steve
That's the way it's supposed to be here too!

However, my wife and niece can't seem to remember that IF and WHEN they might replace a roll of toilet paper. Even then it seems to mysteriously switch around the other way- maybe it's just the ghosts in our house perhaps.
 

fiundagner

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