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Should firearm silencers be legal to own for hunting in Ohio?

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WatchDog

Jan-20-14 3:33 PM

Swager, I regret to inform you that our new self appointed comment monitor has set the rules. Unless you can provide, evidence that can be verified and obtained by a search engine called google, which he must verify, your comments and opinions will be null and voided! And you will face the wrath of a call out and your level of intelligence will be challenged. Sorry but this notification must presented. L.M.B.O.

Sorry, I couldn't resist that one!!

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outlaw

Jan-18-14 9:36 PM

(DUDE...wow...alright dood. LOL dude, you're hilarious dude. I'd rather be hated for being right than loved for being an idiot...dude.)

came back into see what mingus flung at me after my protected free speech (wink ms.doggers) and this was the best you could come back with mingus? so your upset about me calling you a dude. no prob here, i will be more than happy to call you****and i think you know the rest of it. there is a couple of other things i could call you but to many ladies on here.

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swager

Jan-18-14 8:57 PM

Really Grant, save up for a cheap .22 can and go through what all of us have passed easily (90 days investigation of everything you have done by FBI and the rest right down to your behavior by local police. Either you can or you observe those who wonder why think you are something other than a ses.

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swager

Jan-18-14 7:18 PM

Just saw the role model post from Grant. Yep, I'm bad. One step below eagle scout, infantry at 19,went through basic again at 39 for military police after 9/11. Never been arrested, not even a parking citation. Appointed by Obama to a federal emergency readiness position 2 years ago that covers a wide area including Salem. People that I would encounter could do much worse. Some of that is on a search engine somewhere, lol

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swager

Jan-18-14 7:01 PM

I guess we end up with "ses" that stands for search engine smarts and then there are the rest of us, where the metal hits the meat. Most of us never tell what we have and what it takes to own this stuff. You won't find it on the net and if you think I gave up any secrets you are badly mistaken. As for the hiding behind screen names, my real name is here in the archives. Some know me. Posting my name every time and saying I own things that criminals might think are worth stealing to the detriment of the local population, is not an option. It goes with the territory, being responsible and accountable.

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WatchDog

Jan-18-14 6:58 PM

Grant sez: "Most of you are terrible roll models for younger people in a society that you've helped create and CONSTANTLY complain about."

Grant do you really truly believe that you can just fling out that kind of insult and really expect nobody to pounce back and slap at you? You can not be this naive now can you? Grant, nobody in this room owes you anything, any explanation, responsibility or accountability wise in any way, shape or form, fake named or real.

Get over yourself.

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WatchDog

Jan-18-14 6:52 PM

"At the moment, somewhat leery of repercussions over certain issues. More business related than personal."

Questioner, why do you think I made the statement about Grant being his worst enemy.

But interesting enough questioner. Even under that screename your integrity to others is admirable. It shows in all your comments. You don't attack people, if you disagree with another opinion you don't degrade them or belittle them. You don't insult others. I have noticed that if you don't agree with an opinion you share a response back that is respectful but yet shares an opinion of worth and maybe that gives a light in a different way that can help others to see another side of that view. I appreciate that and others on here do as well. This isn't a battle or a competition of who is right or wrong or in the heck can pound their chest the loudest and claim victory for self satisfaction. I admire that.

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GrantMingus

Jan-18-14 4:03 PM

Anonymity is a shield from responsibility and accountability. It's a shield for a coward. The type that attempt to dig up dirt on those of us who are willing to be accountable for what we say. You're pathetic, as per the usual.

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WatchDog

Jan-18-14 2:52 PM

Anonymity is a shield from the tyranny of the majority!

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WatchDog

Jan-18-14 1:24 PM

Grant sez: "You have a clear desire to sully my reputation".

Not really because you do a good job of doing that all by yourself when you treat people disrespectfully just because you expect people to bow down to Grant the man.

Let me give you a bit of advice. Change the attitude and you might just fit in here.

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WatchDog

Jan-18-14 1:20 PM

"I don't believe that "Watchdog" has Constitutional rights."

How much money are you willing to lose on that Grant?

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WatchDog

Jan-18-14 1:19 PM

Grant, seriously? Coming from the man who publicly posts pictures of himself with empty beer boxes over his head on Facebook? You mean that type of role model?

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SgtRichardHannah

Jan-18-14 1:10 PM

Duly Noted

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OSU600

Jan-18-14 12:20 PM

"ROLE models". Younger people today...geez! :-)

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questioner

Jan-18-14 9:42 AM

Gotta say, I'm with Mtlhed. At the moment, somewhat leery of repercussions over certain issues. More business related than personal. I'll compromise!--(evidently my word of the week)--I'll give my name when I retire.

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GrantMingus

Jan-18-14 8:21 AM

Most of you are terrible roll models for younger people in a society that you've helped create and CONSTANTLY complain about.

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Beaumont

Jan-17-14 6:59 PM

grant please grow up! Who cares who they are when you get my age no one cares what I say. I use my real name because I could not think of a good fake name. Have a Happy Happy!

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GrantMingus

Jan-17-14 6:07 PM

I don't believe that "Watchdog" has Constitutional rights. You certainly take full advantage of your 1st amendment, you'll say just about anything because you don't have to have any real responsibility for it.

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Mtlhed

Jan-17-14 6:04 PM

If I had to go by my real name, you wouldn't hear a peep out of me except hello and gee, that's real nice. Otherwise I might type something that somebody I know might make me regret it.

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Mtlhed

Jan-17-14 5:54 PM

As far as anonymous "screen" names go, which keeps coming up all the time; although it's very daring and brave of people like Grant to not hide behind one, I would say that they allow folks to say what they really think and then get back to their normal routine.

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WatchDog

Jan-17-14 2:54 PM

.....CREEPY!

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WatchDog

Jan-17-14 2:53 PM

Grant if you have a problem with people using anonymous names...take it up with the Supreme Court Dear. With your continual whining and crying about it is a WASTE OF SPACE. We are all protected by law through the Bill of Rights and the First Amendment. Go play on Google you might be able learn that. And for whatever reason you wish to moan and groan about what people throw at you under anonymous screenames. The Supreme Court has already ruled on that as well...YOU have an avenue of escape...they refer to it as "DON'T PARTICIPATE". You are free to come and go on the Salem News just like the rest of us.

So if you wish to continue to participate...learn to S.U.C.K. it up Dear and if you can't go find another sand box to play in.

So that should just about take care of your continual intimidation and ridicule about people on here using anonymous screenames!

And on that note, I don't think anybody wants you to leave Grant. You are our entertainment on here even when your

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GrantMingus

Jan-17-14 9:21 AM

It's funny that you claim WillFithian's to be a hit and run though....you wouldn't classify your own similar attacks that way. Can't take your own medicine, you truly are a coward. It's hard to image you pitying me.

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GrantMingus

Jan-17-14 9:18 AM

And Watchdog, no I'm not worried about anything. I just think it's rather pathetic that a grown woman uses a pseudonym to post her opinions on the local news, and then publicly and CONTINUALLY makes the claim that I'm a drug addict with absolutely no evidence whatsoever. You have a clear desire to sully my reputation...from behind a pseudonym like a true coward. I can't control what other people say about you, so I didn't "walk right into" anything. And that is one instance, you've done this more than 10 times probably. It's sad, it's pathetic and you're pretty proud of it, which is the most pathetic part. It doesn't really bother me that much, it just makes me feel bad for you. Again, the fact that you have to stoop to that level constantly says more about you than your words do about me.

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GrantMingus

Jan-17-14 9:12 AM

This entire conversation says much more about most of you than it does about me.

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