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I was thinking this for what is happening in England. There are LOTS of people in action over there over a guy who is already dead. Sure, I understand the precautionary stuff, but I saw one photo with about 20-30 armed guys sneaking behind a building to catch someone.Soon enough all of these lockdowns and panics are going to be like when the fire alarm goes off in your building. People will sit there for a second, chuckle, and carry on with their business. This is the product of what happens when stupidity overrules common sense and rational thought.
Dimples probably wouldn't mind (hell, she might even encourage him) if he did so...If your going to bring something like that make sure it can't be misconstrued as a weapon? The f*** is he supposed to do attached dildos as a bayonet and a spring to the stock and call it his special pogo stick?
Seriously. It is just ridiculous at this point. 2 items on the list of things I brought in for show and tell in grade school are, my uncle's Alaskan Malamute, and my father's service revolver. Dad came in in uniform and showed it to the class, unloaded of course. Not sure what the girls were bringing in as I was too young to GAF about them yet. About all I can remember about them is that they all had cooties. The boys were bringing in butterfly knives, slingshots, etc... Basically all kinds of shit that would probably have them taken from their parents in this ****ed up age.I used to know it was fall when random adults were walking thru the high school with rifles, looking for the hunter safety course...
He did notify them and it was a "replica" also known as a toy.stupid ass should have picked up a case or brought it in discretely before/after hours after clearing with principal
even fifty years ago bringing a rifle in would require discretion and interaction with leadership