Fun With Guns: Rock and Roll Edition

August 30, 2013 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

I know, I honestly forget that my gun is loaded and in my hand sometimes.

In her defense, she IS blonde.  And she’s married to Ted Nugent.  And she was in Dallas.  And it’s really hot in Texas right now.  And did I mention she’s married to Ted Nugent?

Thanks to Brian and David for the heads up.

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19 Comments to “Fun With Guns: Rock and Roll Edition”

  1. Marge Wood says:

    Whaaaaaat?! Right.

  2. If I were married to Ted Nugent I would have a gun with me at all times too. I mean, you never know when you might want to shoot him.

  3. I am shocked! You mean they don’t let you carry your loaded guns onto the plane in Dallas? Wait til the NRA hears about this.
    They’ve got to find a second amendment fight here somewhere.
    Was she stoned?

  4. Ralph Wiggam says:

    I wonder if she will lose her concealed carry license?

  5. mike from iowa says:

    Her lawyer claims she is very embarrassed. She’s married to the “motor city motor mouth” the”Nuge” embarrassment is not in her repertoire or vocabulary.

  6. If she/he/they post a YouTube video of the arrest, you can bet this was a deliberat grandstanding ploy for the notoriety and donations that follow these confrontations.
    If not, chalk it up to arrogance and stupidity.

  7. Married to Ted Nugent!
    That is the first strike against her, someone should ask her if he still poops his pants.

  8. UmptyDump says:

    The second strike against her is that this reasonably attractive woman disregarded his looks and got hooked up with such an ugly bugger.

  9. Mike in Iowa, bulls eye.

  10. As The Nuge himself might say, I don’t know where they come from but they sure do come.

  11. RepubAnon says:

    The sad thing is that these folks forget they’re carrying loaded firearms – which makes them even more dangerous. If you’re carrying a loaded firearm, that should be in the forefront of your thinking at all times until it’s unloaded and stored safely.

    But then, these folks don’t seem to care how much of a danger they pose to themselves and others – only that they be ready the next time they see some Skittles-carrying existential threat.

  12. Did not know the nut-Nuge was married, and to a human at that! Really, really surprised! Next question, do I dare ask if they have procreated?

  13. Looks like she’s older than 16 too.

  14. mike from iowa says:

    maggie,hate to ruin your day,but,Ted and Shemane have one son-Rocco Winchester Numnu….er Nugent. Nugent has been married twice,has 8 fruits of his loins, 3 out of wedlock,a son and a daughter which were given up for adoption(seperately) before he got serious about having children. He has three daughters-Sasha,Star and Chantal and 2 sons Theodore Tobias and Rocco Winchester. I can’t seem to locate the 8th wonder. There might have been a child(s) with Pele,the young women(17) that he signed papers with her parents to become her legal guardian because they couldn’t get married. Just don’t quote me on all this.

  15. @maryelle — I was shocked too. Now that they let you (legally) take your gun to church and to the bar, why not on a plane? I mean, my blonde ex-sister-in-law from Kentucky said that concealed carry meant you could carry it anywhere as long as it was concealed. I worry she may soon also be ex-alive, bless her heart.

  16. Sandridge says:

    OK, IANAL, but it seems to me after researching both Texas’ and US laws and codes, that dear Ms. Nugent is clearly in violation of several of them. There are lots more provisions (Bubba, et al, have my sympathies, wading through and dealing with “The Law” daily), but they deal with other venues, persons of authority, and such.

    She should be charged, tried, and hopefully convicted under the quoted provisions below, by both state and federal codes.
    I sure hope there is action taken and this is followed to its conclusion.
    Seems like pretty airtight violations of laws (EG: Crimes) have been perpetrated by good ol’ Ted’s soulmate recently.

    Will we see any signs of ‘accountability and personal responsibility’ exhibited in this case as per the usual Republikkan mantras?
    I ain’t gonna hold my breath…

    Some applicable statutes:
    “Texas Penal Code – Section 46.03. Places Weapons Prohibited

    § 46.03. PLACES WEAPONS PROHIBITED. (a) A person commits
    an offense if the person intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly
    possesses or goes with a firearm, illegal knife, club, or
    prohibited weapon listed in Section 46.05(a):

    (5) in or into a secured area of an airport;

    § 411.206. SEIZURE OF HANDGUN AND LICENSE. (a) If a peace
    officer arrests and takes into custody a license holder who is
    carrying a handgun under the authority of this subchapter, the
    officer shall seize the license holder’s handgun and license as
    (b) The provisions of Article 18.19, Code of Criminal
    Procedure, relating to the disposition of weapons seized in
    connection with criminal offenses, apply to a handgun seized under
    this subsection.
    (c) Any judgment of conviction entered by any court for an
    offense under Section 46.035, Penal Code, must contain the handgun
    license number of the convicted license holder. A certified copy of
    the judgment is conclusive and sufficient evidence to justify
    revocation of a license under Section 411.186(a)(4).

    Added by Acts 1997, 75th Leg., ch. 165, § 10.01(a), eff. Sept. 1,

    USA Federal Code–
    “49 USC § 46303 – Carrying a weapon
    Current through Pub. L. 113-31. (See Public Laws for the current Congress.)
    (a) Civil Penalty.— An individual who, when on, or attempting to board, an aircraft in, or intended for operation in, air transportation or intrastate air transportation, has on or about the individual or the property of the individual a concealed dangerous weapon that is or would be accessible to the individual in flight is liable to the United States Government for a civil penalty of not more than $10,000 for each violation.

    49 USC § 46505 – Carrying a weapon or explosive on an aircraft:
    Current through Pub. L. 113-31. (See Public Laws for the current Congress.)
    (a) Definition.— In this section, “loaded firearm” means a starter gun or a weapon designed or converted to expel a projectile through an explosive, that has a cartridge, a detonator, or powder in the chamber, magazine, cylinder, or clip.
    (b) General Criminal Penalty.— An individual shall be fined under title 18, imprisoned for not more than 10 years, or both, if the individual—
    (1) when on, or attempting to get on, an aircraft in, or intended for operation in, air transportation or intrastate air transportation, has on or about the individual or the property of the individual a concealed dangerous weapon that is or would be accessible to the individual in flight;
    (2) has placed, attempted to place, or attempted to have placed a loaded firearm on that aircraft in property not accessible to passengers in flight; or
    (3) has on or about the individual, or has placed, attempted to place, or attempted to have placed on that aircraft, an explosive or incendiary device. ”

    Linkies to factual reality:

    Now, mind y’all, there once was a time, long, long ago, when I occasionally carried firearms, including handguns, aboard aircraft. Never had a problem, rifles were in cases, etc.
    But those days are so over now; twenty years ago I got hassled for carrying a rigging knife in my pocket (sailors, with ‘dangerous’ looking fid, OMG!). Haven’t risked it since, not worth the hassle.

  17. Aghast Independent says:

    Not to disillusion anybody here, but check out her mug shot on the TMZ site. Looks like a soulless ax murderer there, and rather rough around the edges. Wouldn’t trust THAT face with a permit to carry……

  18. So if you carry a loaded gun, concealed or not, that means you expect to have to open fire at any moment? What world do these people live in?

  19. NOT in Nugent’s defence:
    Blonde jokes only apply to bottle blondes.