Dating a guy who carries a gun
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Thanks guys doing great so far! Seems like most of the guys feel the same way about ladies carrying I would love it too! Seeing as most dates are at night, I would not prefer to leave it at home. Seems like that's the time where it may be needed the most. Toward the end of the first date, or the beginning of the first night depending on how you look at it , if you're lucky a woman wants to kiss you. This is from the male perspective. She approaches you and wraps her arms around you.
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Dating & Concealed Gun Carry - How do you feel about it?
Cincinnati police found Kevin Smith, 46, suffering from a gunshot wound in the block of Eastern Avenue Saturday night. He later died from his injuries, police said. The city's homicide rate based on population is already higher than any other year on record. Homicides have slowed in Cincinnati since August, but not enough to offset the increase in killings during the spring and summer.
By Yaron Steinbuch. December 16, am Updated December 16, am. A former Houston police captain allegedly ran a man off the road and pointed a gun at his head in an attempt to prove a massive voter fraud scheme two weeks before the presidential election, according to a report. Mark Anthony Aguirre, 63, was arrested Tuesday and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, which carries a sentence of up to 20 years behind bars, KTRK reported.