In article <email@example.com>, reading this group,
> I think you worked at the Skokie Swift station.
TELECOM Digest Editor responded, saying:
> About the _MORON_ Grove police department. In 1985 or thereabouts,
> they managed to get a city ordinance passed -- purely city, mind you
> -- banning the private ownership of any handguns within their
> village. Forget about the Second Amendment and all that rot; that did
> not matter at all to them. They put up a sign on Dempster Street where
> Dempster goes into Moron Grove warning everyone that all were subject
> to search and seizure for handguns; now I do not own any form of gun;
> truth be told, weapons of any sort frighten me a lot; but what scares
> me a lot more is the blaise way the village fathers were doing away
> with guns, just on the say-so of their police department, and their
> neighbors to the east, Evanston and Skokie who also supported the
> anti-gun initiative. Moron Grove police were very corrupted anyway,
> (as are Skokie and Evanston police) and I just did not get along very
> well at all in that part of the world. PAT]
Here in RI your right to have a concealed weapon is strictly
controlled by the Attorney General's office. And our current AG
Patrick Lynch while in support of gay marriage, is a stickler when it
comes to not issuing carry permits.
[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: What if it is an _unconcealed_ weapon?
Suppose you simply walked down the street with a gun strapped on your
belt, like an oldtime cowboy? You are not attempting to hide