From: "Ed Price"
Subject: Re: MICROWAVE DETECTOR FOR CONCEALED FIREARMS.
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Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2003 07:59:35 GMT
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Organization: Cox Communications
"John Woodgate" wrote in message
> I read in sci.electronics.design that Barry Lennox
> wrote (in firstname.lastname@example.org>) about 'MICROWAVE DETECTOR FOR CONCEALED FIREARMS.', on
> Sun, 12 Jan 2003:
> >Are you totally
> >crazy? Oh no, I forgot, this is the UK, where that clown that runs
> >the country has zero tolerance of opponents, and personal liberties
> >are something that went out before he was born.
> You have some very strange ideas.
> >Do you carry ID cards
> Not yet. And a lot of nonsense is talked about infringement of civil
> liberties about such things: so much that REAL infringements may well be
> >or are they too easy to forge?
> No, not so easy these days.
> >Maybe a National ID number
> >tattoed on your arm would work, I seem to recall it was used in
> >Germany some time back.
> For that reason, it will not be suggested again by anyone sane.
> >They should have the decency to stop calling the place a democracy.
> Well your place is a gynocracy, I hear.
> >> The only possessors of firearms in the UK are criminals. That's why
> >>problem we can solve.
> >"The only possessors------" ? Total rubbish, the police and military
> >still have them,
> Well, we hope that people are reasonably safe from the guns in those
> > and can a citizen not even own a singl-barrel shotgun
> Yes, single-barrel and double-barrel are allowed, but not pump-action.
How sad that British felons are denied the illuminating experience of the
sound of a Remington pump-action being cycled!