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  • Moonpie

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    Gunz are icky.


    How would you of reacted had this happened to you?
     

    BIGPAPIGREG

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    1st off that feller is just a piece of garbage that needs to be taken out and executed in the middle of the street! This makes me sick to my stomach every time I see it.

    The only way (well one way) to keep this from happening is to have the entire counter enclosed with heavy glass, like a booth. It sucks to have to "cage up" an employee, but it beats having this happen........Good Lord this brings out my inner demons...:banghead:
    I don't use the word "hate" much, because I feel it is a powerful word, but I hate the fact that stuff like this makes me have the nasty, morbid thoughts that I do.
     
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    GlockOwner

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    If I had one "superpower", it would be the ability to round up ALL scum like this, and make them suffer in ways where they were all begging for the sweet release of death....I'd stare into their eyes and watch as their souls are scarred and what little humanity they have in them slowly slip away until they were just empty piles of breathing flesh!
     

    Skip

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    It's pretty disgusting, and some of the comments are just as bad,

    "Character is doing the right thing even when no one is watching"
     

    NOLA Jack

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    That's why I keep the hands at least at low chest height and watch for loading. That transfer of weight is an obvious sign of a sucker punch.
     

    Younggun

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    Can't say I would have been prepared for the punch, but it illustrates perfectly why we should always be prepared with a rebuttal.

    What a POS.
     
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