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So...does that mean it is now legal for you to dress Jak up like this for Halloween?



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I was listening to XM152 Extreme Talk Radio last night, I think it was the Schnitt show, I could be wrong, they all run together after a while, but they were discussing dressing dogs up in clothes, n these male radio talkshow guys were all for it! "They're dogs they're supposed to look cute!"... well I couldn't stands it no mo, so I switched to XM Comedy, n not 60 seconds later there was a comedian making fun of people who dressed up their dogs and people who talked to their dogs like they were people....

"Fluffy, did you hear what I said? Fluffy don't ignore me, did you hear me??" Ofcourse fluffy can't hear you, he's wearing ear muffs and a hat! :lol:

Good one Maren ;)
 

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Well, here in North Carolina, I had to take the 'class,' which consisted of a very long, repetitive, 'beat it into your head so you can't forget it' video, followed by a written test. Then I had to shoot 40 rounds, starting at one yard and going back to 10 yards. You really have to suck BAD to fail the shooting part. I could have used my own gun, but I decided to use the instructor's .22 revolver, since ammo is cheaper and I'd never shot a revolver before and wanted to. That awarded me a certificate, which I then had to take to the sheriff's department to get fingerprinted and actually apply for the license. When the application was filled out, I had to mail a letter with a form to the four hospitals in the area so they could sign it stating that I'd never been hospitalized for mental illness or instability, and then I just had to wait. I took the class on June 24th, so it took a little more than a month for me to get the actual license.


If you live in a state that has stricter rules, or costs more, or whatever, you can apply for an out of state Florida license instead. :wink:
 

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If you live in a state that has stricter rules, or costs more, or whatever, you can apply for an out of state Florida license instead. :wink:
However, you have to check reciprocity! If you think that because you have a CCW & license in one state that every other state honors it, you could get into a LOT of trouble. It's best to go through the hoops in your home state, then check reciprocity laws when you decide to travel.
 

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Congratulations, Kristen. CWPs are almost impossible to get in Los Angeles County, not that I need one. I am still looking into getting a stun batton for occaisional problems with mad dogs & englishmen (ha ha), but I heard someone say those are against the law here too. I've been googling for days to find whether or not they are legal & so far, all I can find is that they are ok. If anyone knows where I should look for a specific ruling I'd appreciate it.
 
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