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Concealed carry: Lessons learned
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
Website: http://www.marktaff.com

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So, this year marks five years of me being a concealed carry permit holder and almost daily conceal carrier, and in that time I have learned a lot about me, and a lot about other people, and I just want to share my experiences.

So, first things first. Concealed carry isn’t something you can do 50%, or just add it into your current lifestyle. I tried, and failed epically. For me, I got my license right after I turned 21, and well, as most people, only got a crappy four hour class that didn’t teach me anything. I tried to add in the gun to my current clothing style, or lifestyle, and well it was horrible. Concealed carry, is something that will make you change your closet inventory, and lifestyle, in a hurry too.
 

Comment by: -none- (3/25/2017)
http://io9.gizmodo.com/man-in-joker-makeup-charged-with-felony-for-wearing-mas-1793638966

A 31-year-old Virginia man was arrested on Friday and charged with wearing a mask in public, a felony that’s punishable by up to five years in jail. His crime? Dressing up as the Joker. With makeup.
but it is against the law for anyone over 16 to “wear any mask, hood, or other device” that covers part or all of a face (there are exceptions, including holidays like Halloween). The law dates back at least 70 years as an attempt to curtail the Ku Klux Klan. Nowadays, laws like this have been used to profile motorcyclists, charge protesters, and, in this case, stop a guy who’s not even wearing a mask from walking around.The law has been revised a few time
 

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