Re: Amateur?
Author: HUTCH 7.62
Date: 02-07-2019 - 12:37

OPRRMS Wrote:
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> HUTCH 7.62 Wrote:
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> -----
> > BOB2 Wrote:
> >
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> > -----
> > > Hutch, it's really too bad you weren't there
> to
> > > help.
> >
> > I’ve handled my share of drunks from time time
> > even an Iron worker that followed me to a local
> > water hole after a disagreement at a jobsite.
> >
> > but honestly what if this attack had not been a
> > drunk and rather an armed terrorist bent On
> > recreating Another Cantara loop disaster and
> > polluting Shasta Dam. The crew would have been
> > defenseless. You gotta think outside the “guns
> are
> > bad” and the cowboys and indians BS. A weapon
> in
> > the hands of a well trained individual during a
> > crisis in an asset.
> >
> > > Unfortunately, the crew probably wasn't able
> to
> > > implement your solution, to just shoot this
> > drunk.
> > > The Book of Rules still likely prohibits non
> > law
> > > enforcement personnel from playing with their
> > > "guns" on duty. I knew some who did, though.
>
> > > Hell, the "gun runner" used to sell them
> > on-duty
> > > to my then girlfriend...yikes!
> > >
> > sounds like a cool chick shoulda kept her!
> >
> > > The last time I saw an SP employee publicly
> > > celebrate "bring your gun to work day", was
> at
> > > West Colton. The individual was a switchman,
> > who
> > > had what was a particularly bad shift, being
> > > harassed, by a well documented a$$hole psycho
> > > yardmaster, that the company refused to
> remove
> > > despite many documented incidents. And,
> right
> > > after that really bad shift, and about a half
> a
> > > pint of whiskey, this individual decided to
> > shoot
> > > Pinky
> >
> > My Great Uncle carried a WW2 Luger in his grip
> on
> > the
> > Santa Fe out of Clovis NM. It was also well
> > documented in Linda Niemann’s two books about
> > working on “the friendly”
> >
> > > As the drill sergeant used to say: "This
> one's
> > > your weapon, that one's your gun, this one's
> > for
> > > fighting, that one's for fun..."
> >
> > Was “Gunney” R Lee Ermey your drill
> > Sergeant?
> >
> >
> > Either way I’m sure Cantara Loop will soon be
> > fenced off with security patrols. Soon to be
> > another railfaning spot lost due to the actions
> of
> > an idiot.
>
> Be like Drew. Carry a gun. Shoot one's own self.


LMAO......You really shot yourself in the foot with that comment. :)



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Amateur Railroading Bob the Train Guy 02-07-2019 - 07:09
  Re: Amateur Railroading toot 02-07-2019 - 08:57
  Re: Amateur Railroading HUTCH 7.62 02-07-2019 - 09:04
  Re: Amateur? BOB2 02-07-2019 - 09:35
  Re: Amateur? HUTCH 7.62 02-07-2019 - 11:42
  Re: Amateur? Dr Zakroff 02-07-2019 - 11:54
  Re: Amateur? Nudge 02-07-2019 - 17:19
  Re: Amateur? Dr Zakroff 02-07-2019 - 18:20
  Re: Amateur? HUTCH 7.62 02-08-2019 - 07:15
  Re: Amateur? Dr Zarkoff 02-08-2019 - 14:16
  Re: Amateur? Get a clue Zarkoff 02-09-2019 - 08:24
  Re: Amateur? Dr Zarkoff 02-09-2019 - 22:36
  Re: Amateur? Dr. Fuqoff 02-10-2019 - 21:19
  Re: Amateur? Dr Zarkoff 02-10-2019 - 21:44
  Re: Amateur? Nope it is mostly just one person, who may be suffering from a common condition, BOB2 02-11-2019 - 08:05
  Re: Amateur? Nope it is mostly just one person, who may be suffering from a common condition, Dr Zarkoff 02-11-2019 - 11:10
  Re: Amateur? You do know that Die Hard is just a Christmas movie,, right? BOB2 02-07-2019 - 12:15
  Re: Amateur? OPRRMS 02-07-2019 - 12:24
  Re: Amateur? HUTCH 7.62 02-07-2019 - 12:37
  Re: Amateur? OPRRMS 02-07-2019 - 12:36
  Re: Amateur? Alf Doten 02-07-2019 - 12:49
  Re: Amateur? Dr Zakroff 02-07-2019 - 16:21
  Re: Amateur Railroading Nudge 02-07-2019 - 16:50
  Re: Amateur Railroading Craig Tambo 02-08-2019 - 14:05
  Re: Amateur Railroading Dr Zarkoff 02-08-2019 - 19:01


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