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Smith & Wesson SD9VE. WTF?

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In my opinion, you must be wrong, because Solus said so, and we know that he will never let a poster get away with anything that he disagrees with, even if he has to dig into 20-year-old postings that he believes show the OP is a degenerate... whether he is or not.
James, in this country's historical norms:
allowed men to use force to keep their 'olde lady' in line;
allowed ethnic groups to be referred to in derogatory language and blatant discrimination;
allowed, to a point, ethnic groups to retaliate with their own derogatory remarks towards those who started hurling the slurs and pushing the discrimination in the first place;
allowed LGBT folk to be subjected to derogatory slurs, discriminated against, lacked workplace medical benefits and other rights afforded whites, natives, and people of color;
and allowed the often heard and ongoing comic commentary about the infamous 'casting couch' employment methodology.

over the years:
intimate violence between partners (DV) is a significant crime with heavy repercussions.
LGBT in 50 years, after initially poking their head out of the closet in 1967, pushed a national campaign of equality against discrimination, violence, lack of workplace benefits, culminating in being allow to civilly marry.
Clergy and alter boys has racked the church costing them loss of parishioners and cost millions.

let's see, within the last year:
the uproar from a 191x speech from an honored NC business man resulted in their name being removed from a university building they paid for to be built.
the uproar has resulted in multiple schools removing the name of "davis" from their school names.
the uproar has resulted in multiple municipalities removing statuary from this nation's past.
the uproar has resulted in ongoing hostile interaction of ethnicity spurred on by agitators for the sole purpose of stirring up trouble.

just within the last month the accused casting couch participant(s), e.g, o'riley, weinstein, fish, spacey, toback, affleck, savino, price, steele, besh, halpern, G.H.W. Bush (kute tho his handlers say "sorry you were too close to his chair"), feldman ~ all saying there must be some misunderstanding.

i am sure you are familiar with nationally recognized legal entities who reopen defendants cases and continuously win their cases due to zealous LEs inflecting their biases on the 'suspect' from the beginning of the their investigation, through the defendant's judicial process, culminating in the defendant's incarceration. these legal beagles search the web for incriminating evidence against those kind souls who investigated, assisted in prosecuting, resulting in their client's guilty plea 'beyond a shadow of a doubt' incarceration! Evidence, gathered isn't time sensitive, or only pertain to the defendant's time frame the event took place, the evidence only needs to provide a hint showing the kind soul was biased against their client's way of life, ethnicity, etc. if the evidence is allowed to go forward, every judicial event the LE was involved in is now suspect and like the sexual harassment witch hunt going on right now, steamrolls, exponentially, through the country's judicial systems!

as with the sexual harassers who deny the events being reported on is immaterial, as these individuals have to defend themselves in the court of public opinion.

do you truly imagine the LE's agency is going to defend any individual who's only testosterone bravado about their past and present biases lead to judicial irresponsibility?

tho a query James, as professed in your bonafides, an extended thanks for your enlisted service to our country during the mid to late 60's during the Vietnam conflict, but why are you allowing such an incorrect perception on a "professional" military website with a photo of you climbing into an aircraft, normally an officer's pleasure, yet profess that you were a 'SRA ~ Senior Airman" during your service at kirksville AFB MO?

btw, you are aware the SRA rank did not exist while you were enlisted.
 
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Yeah, I guess I got sucked into this. Never had a problem before with that user and was unaware that they had a problem with me regarding ancient history on other sites.
7/20/14 pkbites' quote: No, it's I who have the fun when I tell someone I had intended to issue a warning, but the way they acted during the stop made me change my mind. Hey, if you'd rather pay a fine, put points on your record and have your insurance rates go up than be a gentleman, by all means don't let me convince you otherwise. unquote.

7/2014 pkbites quote: I have to wonder if, while commenting on different subjects, you use words like nig*er, spic, kike, & fa*got. unquote.

05/30/14 pkbites quote: Fornicate all of that. The majority of shootings are committed by innercity fecesheads...
It's the scum who refuse to work yet suck off the rest of uswho are committing the majority of these horrendous acts.
he system allows these pieces of "human" filth to get slaps on the wrist and then wants to attack our rights when the garbage finally kills somebody!!!!
Lock up and/or execute these subhuman beings the first time they do something. unquote

(oh wait pkbites, don't say it i already heard that excuse ~ someone else got into my ocdo account and had a testosterone outburst and you have the stamp in your passport to prove you were not the poster)

as for never encountering me previously...

5/1414 pkbites quote: Most of you have made extremely ignorant remarks, out of emotions I'd guess, and are clueless as to how the system works under Chapter 51 of WI statutes, but this one takes the cake. solus, you carp about the shrink doing what they are required to do when a patient makes a statement that they may harm themselves, then you say the shrink should hold the patient against their will when, by your post, there is no legal authority for them to do so.

(yet i was the ignorant one...as pointed out in my next post a detailed explanation plus a reference to WI chapter 51.15 specifically,4md (1) a treatment director or treatment director designee who takes an individual, or causes an individual to be taken, into custody under par. (b). (2) If evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment are permitted under sub. (8), the treatment director or treatment director designee shall detain the individual for a period not to exceed 72 hours after delivery of the individual to the detention facility, exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays.)

thanks pkbites for keep showing me my father's idiom is alive and well through your past and continued antics.
 
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tho a query James, as professed in your bonafides, an extended thanks for your enlisted service to our country during the mid to late 60's during the Vietnam conflict, but why are you allowing such an incorrect perception on a "professional" military website with a photo of you climbing into an aircraft, normally an officer's pleasure, yet profess that you were a 'SRA ~ Senior Airman" during your service at kirksville AFB MO?

btw, you are aware the SRA rank did not exist while you were enlisted.
Nice try, but wrong.

The photo is of my father who proudly served in the U.S. Army Air Corps in WWII. I show his picture in honor of the sacrifices he made. Nowhere do I claim that the picture is of me.

I proudly served my country as an enlisted airman in the U.S. Air Force. My last rank was E4. For many years that rank was called Airman 1st Class. Near the end of my enlistment it was renamed Sergeant, then later renamed again to be Sr. Airman -- long after my enlistment was over. Regardless of the name, the rank -- E4 -- was the same.
 

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Nice try, but wrong.

The photo is of my father who proudly served in the U.S. Army Air Corps in WWII. I show his picture in honor of the sacrifices he made. Nowhere do I claim that the picture is of me.

I proudly served my country as an enlisted airman in the U.S. Air Force. My last rank was E4. For many years that rank was called Airman 1st Class. Near the end of my enlistment it was renamed Sergeant, then later renamed again to be Sr. Airman -- long after my enlistment was over. Regardless of the name, the rank -- E4 -- was the same.
that is why i used the word 'perception" as w/o qualifiers James, the perception the website presents is the photo is you!

further qualifier...E4 is strictly a pay grade, while terms of an airman's address by AF Regulations is Sgt. with the mid 70's introduction of the term of address of SRA which was a qualifier for individuals who do not have their 5-lvl or transiting between trainee to journeyman in their respective AFSC.
 

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that is why i used the word 'perception" as w/o qualifiers James, the perception the website presents is the photo is you!

further qualifier...E4 is strictly a pay grade, while terms of an airman's address by AF Regulations is Sgt. with the mid 70's introduction of the term of address of SRA which was a qualifier for individuals who do not have their 5-lvl or transiting between trainee to journeyman in their respective AFSC.
I'm not responsible for your perceptions or inferences. There were plenty of incidences where I specifically identify that picture as that of being my father. In addition, I have often posted my official USAF photograph which clearly shows me to have been an enlisted servicemember, not an officer. But I guess your "research" into my personal history didn't show you those. One has to wonder why you seem to spend so much time digging in to posters' past histories. Doing opposition research? Or just trying to build a basis for ad hominem replies...?

I earned my 5-level AFSC well before the end of my enlistment and was on the promotion list for E5 (Staff Sergeant) as soon as I agreed to re-enlist. Yes, the E numbers were paygrades but they had a one-to-one correspondence with the rank. Even today, military members often refer to a service member by their E or O number; e.g., a Colonel or Navy Captain being an O6, a USAF Master Sergeant being an E7, etc.

Regardless, your penchant for dragging in a poster's past has nothing to do with the OP's subject...
 

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I'm not responsible for your perceptions or inferences. There were plenty of incidences where I specifically identify that picture as that of being my father. In addition, I have often posted my official USAF photograph which clearly shows me to have been an enlisted servicemember, not an officer. But I guess your "research" into my personal history didn't show you those. One has to wonder why you seem to spend so much time digging in to posters' past histories. Doing opposition research? Or just trying to build a basis for ad hominem replies...?

I earned my 5-level AFSC well before the end of my enlistment and was on the promotion list for E5 (Staff Sergeant) as soon as I agreed to re-enlist. Yes, the E numbers were paygrades but they had a one-to-one correspondence with the rank. Even today, military members often refer to a service member by their E or O number; e.g., a Colonel or Navy Captain being an O6, a USAF Master Sergeant being an E7, etc.

Regardless, your penchant for dragging in a poster's past has nothing to do with the OP's subject...
of course James, you are correct on all points, eh?

oh wait, i do believe you generated similar commentary toward me didn't you?

guess that is why the word OPINION exists huh, other's perceptions and application of critical thinking skills regarding the tone/tenor regarding the credibility of the individual's subject matter being presented coupled w/previously expressed biases, notwithstanding!

again, as previously expressed, thanks for your service to our country...
 
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