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Guns Have Their Uses

Posted by Bob on February 23rd, 2005 under Bob, How Things Work

I talked below about my sister who moved into a rich community and began to denounce guns. I warned her that criminals LOVE an area that has plenty to steal and has no guns. As I explained, two black thugs went right into my sister’s house and beat up both her and her husband.

They got beat up because they fought back.

But after that incident my sister, having a healthy mind, immediately changed her whole attitude about guns.

She said so. She didn’t act like she was right all along. She just said she was wrong.

So what? We’re all wrong a lot.

The reason I bring this up is because I just called her and she reminded me of an incident I had forgotten. She’s my sister, and she is every bit as bashful as I am about admitting it when she makes a mistake.

The incident was this: before she moved into the wealthy community, her husband was abroad and she was worried about some men who were coming around to her house too often.

So she called me and said, “Bob, sleep here a couple of nights and bring your gun with you.”

I slept there a couple of nights and I brought my gun with me. I seem to remember her dealing with those guys downstairs while me and my gun were upstairs.

A protected woman is different from an unprotected woman. My sister is dangerous enough unprotected. With an armed brother upstairs she is enormously convincing.

My sister sent me on home. I had served my purpose.

And if I can serve that purpose again, I will be there in a flash.

I love it. I love facing bullies down.

I have bragged before that I once knocked a cop out cold who was beating women in an anti-busing march and they didn’t dare arrest me. I sort of wanted them to arrest me.

Every male reader will understand this:

I wanted it on record that I had coldcocked that SOB, truncheon and all.

But I was the publicity man for the march. Nobody in Louisville wanted to announce that I had knocked a cop out cold who was beating on women.

I was relieved that they didn’t arrest me. You carry any arrest throughout your life. But I also wanted it on the record that I coldcocked that SOB.

I HATE bullies.

And I want the world to know it.

  1. #1 by Bedford on 02/26/2005 - 7:32 pm

    “Lies My teacher Told Me ” is a book by a jew – James W. Loewen. It is in many libraries. I haven’t read it. I suspect that it is just left wing propaganda. He was in Columbia recently talking to a “Racism” conference during black hysterical month. A local law firm was there talking about the State will have to spend whatever it takes to “educate” the students because it is in the Constitution – $80,000 or $100,000 per – it doesn’t matter. I am still trying to get Bob’s mild book into a library – I may just have to donate one. Gentlemen, and ladies, we are in a war and I urge you to devote some time to it – give up any hobbies – this is too important. I see WalMart giving away paperback books during Feb. that are about blacks – this is amazing stuff – one of the richest corps in the world joining in the so called culture war. Deo Vindici.

  2. #2 by ron on 02/26/2005 - 11:42 pm

    I love that story,good for you

  3. #3 by Elizabeth on 02/27/2005 - 1:45 pm

    I hate bullies, too.

    One of my sisters is a bully. I’ve barely spoken to her
    in the nearly 25 years since we last lived in the same
    community. This isn’t a case of a tyrannical older
    sibling versus a saintly younger sibling: I’m the oldest
    and she’s the youngest. She’s been a bully ever since she
    was very small.

    I’ve done substitute teacher in four school districts in
    my state. I’ve seen bullying in each of the public schools
    in which I’ve substituted. The worst bullying I saw was in
    the “Christian” school which had hired me to teach “computer.”
    Of course, since it was both private and “Christian,” no
    such thing as bullying could _possibly_ exist there!

    The bullying was so endemic in the “Christian” school among
    both the students and the adult personnel that I left at
    the end of the first semester. I literally couldn’t
    take any more of it — and I had no way to fight back.

    I’d been sympathetic towards home schooling for many years.
    Those experiences in those schools made me even more so:
    if I had children, I would be doing everything I could
    to homeschool them if I absolutely could not find a school
    in which bullying is _punished_.

    If you have children in school, don’t take the word of anyone
    that there is no bullying. The school administration
    (principal, etc.), the teachers, and your children all
    have very strong reasons to tell you that no such thing
    is occuring at their school. If it’s possible, drop in,
    let the folks at the office know what you’re doing there,
    and start observing: if that isn’t possible, let the school
    know that you’d like to volunteer occasionally, during
    the school day and throughout the school, _with_ the

    If you’re “too busy” to show up at your kids’ school
    during the school day and take a look around, how dare
    you even _think_ you are a good parent!

  4. #4 by Don on 03/03/2005 - 3:16 pm

    Bully for you!

  5. #5 by Don on 03/03/2005 - 3:29 pm

    As I explained, two black thugs went right into my sister’s house and beat up both her and her husband.

    They got beat up because they fought back.

    But after that incident my sister, having a healthy mind, immediately changed her whole attitude about guns.

    I hope we all understand this lesson without first hand experience. Experience may be the best teacher, but if it is your last experience you won’t be the beneficiary.

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