- Nov 12, 2014
- Central MA
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I definitely met you. I was the guy with the green camo hat with the NES logo and the S&W zippy sweater. Nice meeting you.I was there for the rally, and for some time during the testimony. I had to leave a while ago.
I was one of the guys going up and down the line passing out the cards for the text messaging system, so I may have briefly talked with many of you. I know I talked to a whole bunch of people.
I was wearing a blue shirt and tie, and have a distinct lack of hair.
I suspect you would be challenging to debate with regardless of the topic. Too bad you couldn't stay to testify, I'm sure you would have made an impression. But I'm glad you were able to make it out for our show of force.Was there for the rally and put my signatures on the good bills and against the bad bills. Could not stay to testify but did have a very interesting conversation with the pro illegal immigration crowd. They ended up running away as a pro borders immigrant is hard to debate with
Too much stuff to review. He said hundreds of emails that still need to be printed out (????) and over 500 signups that have to be gone through.Absolutely nothing.
I bet he also came to testify on the marijuana bill.My brother got in a car accident. There was someone who tried to shoot the president. That means you must ban magazines over 10 rounds.
In the wee hours of the morning, when they suspend the rules. Unfortunately there isn't a lot we can do about that, although most years we have a few dedicated souls hanging out at the State House during those dangerous hours. I'm not sure how much they can actually influence when the suspend the rules though.When the bills are held for further study it usually means that they are dead and going nowhere. We need to keep an eye on them because the might try to bring them up late night at the end of the session.
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Correct, they are all "held for further study" at this point. Normally that means they are dead for the session, but any one or more of them could come back in a revised state (SUB A) at the end of the session, usually in the middle of the night. So they are not completely dead, more like zombies.Honestly I don't think any of these bills are getting out of committee at this point.
Not the good nor the bad.
The python's are sweet, but you might want to consider a pistol with one of them high-capacity multi-magazine clips while you can still buy them