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By Andrew / Sunday 28 August 2011 22:37 / Ireland
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fyl op. I'd like to see a punk kid try and say that to cop, even a bicycle cop, here in texas. -Kid: Bike Tawt -Cop: *No words just kid laying on the ground with tread marks on his forehead.*

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Well since they're gang members they're highly unlikely to report you, nor would anyone believe them. Just wave your gun around a bit. Maybe take a few shots by "accident" and "miss" the people laughing.

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It's an Irish thing... And I actually lol'd at 'go on wanker, do a wheelie' xD These youths are highly unlikely to have any interest in Beiber. They tend (I'm generalising) to listen to techno and the angrier end of rnb, it's just how it is!

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Mr. A. Teen, I was under the belief that internally suppressed weapons were illegal in California without a Title 1 permit. Correct me if I'm wrong. ~M. Squid

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They belong to my uncle who lives in el salvador, a gun ethusiast (sp?) and a veteran to the civil war in the 80's, not necessarly (sp?) mine, he own's them in el salvador, not in the states and never will be.

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yeah cos im sure any experiences teenagers have with police officers are a result of victimisation and prejudice. its not like teenagers have a tendency toward acting like tough guys for no reason, nope, unheard of.

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