|Res ipsa loquitur|
Sitting in the exam room right now and just realized he has a "Remington" calendar on the wall. Nice to see.
|Son of a son |
of a Sailor
It's a nice change from the PC crowd
Floridian by birth, Seminole by the grace of God
It's a trap. It's designed to get you talking about guns, at which point, well, you know.
I've made acquaintances (friendships?) with respected MDs based upon our mutual appreciation for the 2nd Amendment and love of shooting sports. Geez, maybe they're just liars, out to entrapment me and part of the conspiracy!!!!
"I'm not fluent in the language of violence, but I know enough to get around in places where it's spoken."
|Res ipsa loquitur|
That's not uncommon where I live. Not just doctors, but judges and lawyers too.
|On the DL|
I went to a new doctor for a consultation.
I did not realize that he was going to ask me to drop my drawers, so I had my P228 holstered on my belt.
When he asked me to lower my shorts and bend over, I tried to cover up what I was doing when I took the holster off.
The doc leaned over, looked, and said, "What's that? A SIG? I carry an H&K."
A mind is a terrible thing.
|Little ray |
I hope he isn't a Remington creditor.
The fish is mute, expressionless. The fish doesn't think because the fish knows everything.
Maybe remember him at Christmas with one from Dillon Precession, in Scottsdale.
Safety, Situational Awareness and proficiency.
Neck Ties, Hats and ammo brass, Never ,ever touch'em w/o asking first
|Muzzle flash |
My primary doctor has guns and is a hunter.
Texan by choice, not accident of birth
|A man's got to know |
Yep, my primary care doctor is just a good old country boy, has gun magazines in the waiting area. He likes to hunt and shoot and hated our last president. He doesn't belong to the AMA and I hope he never retires, but he is older than me so it may happen.
"But, as luck would have it, he stood up. He caught that chunk of lead." Gunnery Sergeant Carlos Hathcock
I used to put American Rifleman in the exam rooms. Met some great folks that way.
Also enjoyed working in the VA hospital, those guys had great stories.
Unfortunately some of my favorite patients were ones I lost.
Then there was the deputy sheriff who taught pistol shooting at the CHP Academy; he was going to teach me to shoot. Got him through his heart surgery, but some time later had to tell him he had Parkinson’s. Great guy, one of my first patients after training.
“We seem to be getting closer and closer to a situation where nobody is responsible for what they did but we are all responsible for what somebody else did.”--Thomas Sowell
My doc is a county trap and skeet shooter. Lotsa medals kind of guy.
If the stickers in his rear window are anything to go by, he's a Perazzi AND Krieghoff lover.
Similar to the time I was driving my date home and got pulled over by a cop. I choose to tell a cop that I'm carrying, but my date didn't know I carried until that point. Fortunately for me she actually appreciated it instead of getting spooked by the big, scary 642 in my waistband.
We believe arming our fellow Americans – both physically and philosophically – helps them fulfill our Founding Fathers' intent with the Second Amendment: To serve as a check on state power.
|No double standards|
Clearly you don't live in CA.
In Silicon Valley (unless things changed in the last couple of years) retired LEO's are not allowed to carry.
"Liberty lies in the hearts of men and women. When it dies there, no constitution, no law, no court can save it....While it lies there, it needs no constitution, no law, no court to save it"
- Judge Learned Hand, May 1944
My dentist is a gun guy, we started talking (as well as one can with their mouth open and dental picks poking around inside) and he has several SIG's. I brought him a SIG patch on a visit - he really liked it.
Tomorrow's battle is won during today's practice.
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