Fun With Guns: Walmart Daily Double

September 05, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Thank you, Michigan.

So there’s just one notebook left on the shelf at Walmart and school is fixing to start.

Your 20 year old daughter sees someone reaching for the notebook, so a grabbing match ensues complete with cussin’ and hair pullin’.

So what do you do? You reach in your purse and pull out your gun, of damn course.

 

The police detective investigating the case spoke to the media.

“It was a senseless act of violence all the way around.” Police are now working with prosecutors to try to determine whether the woman’s actions could be classified as self-defense. She had a valid concealed gun license.

Yeah, well, I can certainly see that – hair pullin’ could be serious bodily injury.  You know, we don’t have that problem in Texas.  We have big hair and if you stick your hand in there, you’re liable to lose it in the AquaNet.  We kinda let nature take care of hair assault.

On the upside, the gun toting momma ended up with the notebook and checked out of the store with it.  There’s that.

Thanks to everybody for the heads up.

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17 Comments to “Fun With Guns: Walmart Daily Double”


  1. Marcia in CO says:

    Apparently there is only one store carrying notebooks that are required by the schools in that area. Walmart should have planned better when ordered school year supplies! Good Grief, Gertie!

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  2. “An Armed Society Is A Polite Society”, ©NRA…

    Which they, and countless minions lifted from sci-fi/futurist author Robert Heinlein.

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  3. That Other Jean says:

    Good Lord, even in the Old West, people didn’t go carrying a gun everywhere. In many towns, guns had to be left with the Sheriff, just to avoid stupid confrontations like this one. Learn history, Michigan!

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  4. Marcia in CO,
    Isn’t this whole scheme of schools specifying certain particular items a bit absurd, and rife with potential for kickback-type abuse?

    In raising kids, I saw enough of what I suspected might have been school-vendor corruption.
    Maybe this was more of a smalltown phenomena, don’t know; but the stakes (and ill-gotten gains) would be higher in bigger places.
    Particularly in the sports area, where fairly expensive required ‘stuff’ just happened to only be available at somebody’s brother-in-law’s store.

    But then “sports” at all strata is one of the most corrupt sectors of our society, and why I despise it.
    Case in point: In city after city, the sorry-azz taxpayers subsidize very wealthy owners and players to build fancy stadiums, pay subsidies, tax breaks, etc.; and most of those fool taxpayers just lap it up and wave team flags, JFC on a cracker.
    It is starting up again in San Antonio (or was, with the defeated former mayoress). One of the reasons I’ve had a personal boycott against spending any more money in SA than I absolutely have to, is to not pay their sales taxes. Ongoing for +20 years, since the Alamodome scam op under Cisneros. Ask me where much of the –extremely contaminated– soil from the ADome site went. Yeah, under sports fields…

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  5. @Sandridge
    +1

    I told my little bride when the local ISD went “standardized dress” we should buy Parker Uniform stock cause Parker stood to make a $hitload of money over that decision. Thy did. And in north Texas when you buy an ISD member they tend to stay bought. Gawd I love loyalty.

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  6. Reason # 4,587,367 I’m glad that I don’t have any kids. And, have never set foot in any Walmart–ever.

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  7. Has this become an NRA recruitment tool yet?

    “Hunting for the best deals this Black Friday? Want to be sure YOU get those limited sale items?”

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  8. Thank the FSM that she wasn’t black. John Crawford got shot carrying a toy gun in Walmart.

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  9. JAKvirginia says:

    Ah. So now we blame the schools. Uh huh.

    A new school start is just like Christmas; comes every year. I see this mom was prepared. /s

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  10. Now that is why I am anti gun! People with on brains have guns. I may not like it but I do understand hunters having guns but this is beyond reason to me, going to Walmart for school supplies carrying a gun!

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  11. Walmart, bringing the O.K. Corral to 4,672 Walmart U.S. stores near you.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O.K._Corral_(building)

    (As a skinny kid I got bullied, for a while, by several Earp brothers; I finally beat the livin’ chit outta one and no more probs (serious beatdown too), some people only understand one thing.)

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  12. We need a PSA: “This is your brain. This is your brain on guns.”

    So I guess they think they have to carry a gun everydamnwhere for self-protection… against other idiots carrying *their* guns everydamnwhere. I’m glad I live in Maryland, which has pretty strict laws against that sort of stupidity.

    Another case of GOP Freedom To vs Dem Freedom From.

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  13. TrulyTexan says:

    If this was Texas, someone could have safely run her through from behind with a sword. No “accidental” misfires or collateral damage to those in front of her.

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  14. JAKvirginia says:

    TT? Tee-hee! 😉

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  15. Well, um, I lived in Michigan for over 20 years. Went to school there, Kindergarten through college. Yes, there are guns in the state inasmuch as hunting is a damn big thing there. But I never saw a pistol unless it was attached to a peace officer’s holster! Could it be, just be, that education is seen now in a very uptight way and it just had to be that one damn notebook?

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  16. Another example of a good guy/gal with a gun.

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