Tuck in your shirt... not sure what they do about backpacks.
Too bad he didn't wear long sleeves for the spring-loaded bowie knives. Cargo pants will hold four grenades, and if he wore a "belt" it might have been made of braided det-cord, always good for a prank. Just be sure to require that all responsible adults and teachers remain unarmed. I feel so much safer, now.
Be prepared! That's the Boy Scout's marching song,Be prepared! As through life you march along.Be prepared to hold your liquor pretty well,Don't write naughty words on walls if you can't spell.Be prepared! To hide that pack of cigarettes,Don't make book if you cannot cover bets.Keep those reefers hidden where you're sureThat they will not be foundAnd be careful not to smoke themWhen the scoutmaster's aroundFor he only will insist that it be shared.Be prepared!Be prepared! That's the Boy Scouts' solemn creed,Be prepared! And be clean in word and deed.Don't solicit for your sister, that's not nice,Unless you get a good percentage of her price.Be prepared! And be careful not to doYour good deeds when there's no one watching you.If you're looking for adventure of anew and different kind,And you come across a Girl Scout who issimilarly inclined,Don't be nervous, don't be flustered, don't be scared.Be prepared!
The only thing the guy is missing is a MAX boarding pass.
WHEN CLINTON LIED....NO ONE DIED....AND YOU STILL NEED A HOBBY DANIEL........
very funny, if we wnt naked we could insure safety. oh yea except for std's
maybe students should start wearing prison jumpsuits.
It seems like he ran out of table space before he was done disarming.
Danny-boy knows a thing about conceal and carry...excerpt from:STATE OF OREGON v.DANIEL PAUL MIGLAVS"At that point, Brown was concerned for her personal safety and that of the backup officers. Defendant and his male companion were wearing distinctive clothing commonly associated with a gang called the '18th Street' gang. Typical of that gang, defendant had a shaved head and was wearing baggy tan pants and a baggy black shirt with the term '18th Street' printed on the back in large white letters. Defendant's companion also was wearing baggy gang-style clothes and had a three-dot tattoo under his eye that is associated with gang membership. The baggy style of the clothing concerned Brown because, in addition to signaling gang affiliation, the clothing permitted easy concealment of a weapon. Within the preceding year, Brown had come into contact with a similarly attired gang member in the parking lot of the same apartment complex who, on a patdown search, was found to have a weapon concealed in his waistband under his baggy clothing. Also, based on her training and experience more generally, Brown knew that members of the 18th Street gang commonly carry weapons--in particular, guns."
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