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TOPIC: NRA 500 Suicide: Man Shoots Himself To Death At NASCAR Race
Created by: PartyPerks847
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ww w.huffingtonpost. com/2013/04/14/nra-500-suicide_n_3082119. html

The irony and karma drip from the walls...no snarky remark I could make could possibly do this justice...it speaks for itself First person who says he could have just as easily jumped off a building gets the idiot of the week award

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Maybe he did it because he was at a Nascar event...

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If everyone would have had both gunz holstered in plain view on their hips, ppl could have prevented this. Once they see him reach.... They teach.....

Problem solved, no suicide. Just law-abiding citizens protecting this guy from himself.

Maybe he was a paid performer by the Democrats as a mole to piss on the NRA's parade.

Milwaukee WI
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They should put him on ice, then put him on trial, then lock him up in prison to rot, literally. That would teach those firearm suicide people.

Sanford NC
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To bad the judge didn't give PP a long prison sentence for selling illegal guns. Would keep him from spewing his BS in here.Sure am glad he blocked me a while back.

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I think you will need to say something about jumping out of a building, or possibly the grandstand, before he dun got hisself runned over, but PP will be the final judge on that.

Brooklyn Park MN
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How about: "He could of run out on the track ..."

Flat Rock NC
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"He could have run out on the track and got his self runned over."

You won't be getting the Idiot Of The Week Award.

Brooklyn Park MN
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In MN it is:

Private Establishments Minnesota’s permit-to-carry law authorizes the owners and managers of private establishments that are generally open to the public, to post or otherwise inform members of the public that firearms are banned from the property. A person is in violation of this law, if he or she carries a firearm and stays in the private establishment after being notified and asked to leave. This law applies to private establishments on public or private property, including publicly owned sports facilities leased by private teams.

This law also specifically prohibits the owner or operator of a private establishment from prohibiting the lawful carrying or possession of firearms in a parking facility or parking area of the establishment, whether by their own employees or by members of the public. Minn. Stat. § 624.714, subd. 17.

I'm going to repeat and clarify one part: "A person is in violation of this law, if he or she carries a firearm and stays in the private establishment after being notified and asked to leave."

An establishment MUST post a sign with specifiv language and type font/size indicating that a firearm is not allowed. HOWEVER, that sign DOES NOT APPLY to a person with a valid CCW permit. The owner or owner's agent MUST specifically tell the individual they must leave. If the person legally possessing a firearm with a valid CCW permit does not leave AFTER being verbally told do do so, then that person is guilty of a crime. If the weapon is concealed, and the owner does not notice or say something, no laws are broken.

house.leg.state .mn. us/hrd/pubs/firearmsMN.pdf

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Is it legal to bring a gun to a racetrack? To a football game? Into an arena?

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He could have run out on the track and got his self runned over.

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TOPIC: NRA 500 Suicide: Man Shoots Himself To Death At NASCAR Race