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Philly to small businesses: How DARE you defend yourself with bullet-proof glass!

December 08th, 2017 by Bookslinger

A Philadelphia city council committee wants small businesses to remove safety glass. Vote pending by whole council.


The reporter conflates a couple different issues, so I’m unsure if the real issue is the bullet-resistant plastic windows, or a licensing issue about selling individual cans of beer, and how the 30 seat threshhold figures in.  Snippet: (more…)

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December 08th, 2017 18:02:40

A straight-talkin’ law man.

January 27th, 2013 by Bookslinger

This sheriff, in Milwaukee Wisconsin of all places, makes sense.

A Wisconsin sheriff has stirred controversy this week after releasing a radio ad urging Milwaukee-area residents to learn to handle firearms so they can defend themselves while waiting for police.

In the 30-second commercial, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. says due to law enforcing cutbacks, personal safety is no longer a spectator sport.

‘I need you in the game,’ he says.

More, with video, and 30 second radio ad/PSA.

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January 27th, 2013 20:37:04

Important safety message

December 03rd, 2012 by Vader

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December 03rd, 2012 17:37:21

Important safety message

May 17th, 2012 by Vader

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May 17th, 2012 12:30:49

Failure is an option

April 01st, 2009 by G.

Three-Mile Island was a successful failure. Breakdowns will happen, and the fact that the breakdown of the Three-Mile Island atomic pile was so inconsequential is a tribute to the engineers who built her and to the inherent safety of nuclear power outside Russia.

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April 01st, 2009 08:21:33