Skip to comments.Marin County man arrested for brandishing deer antler
Posted on 03/21/2013 7:34:33 PM PDT by rey
Marin County man arrested for brandishing deer antler
Published: Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 5:08 p.m.
SAN RAFAEL A Marin County man has been arrested for allegedly waving a sharpened deer antler at sheriff's deputies investigating a report about unruly conduct at a relative's trailer.
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Makes me all warm and fuzzy knowing the redneck in me ain’t alone ...
I’ll be glad when Obama is gone and we get out of this rut.
Hmmm. Now there’s a loon who is bucking the trend.
I didn’t know Marin allowed any trailers in the county.
A Marin County man has been arrested for allegedly waving a sharpened deer antler at sheriff’s deputies investigating a report about unruly conduct at a relative’s trailer.
Was this a misdemeanor or a felony?
If he had brandished a squirrel’s tail, what would the charge be?
Inquiring minds want to know....
>> a report about unruly conduct at a relative’s trailer.
Aunt Lara’s trailer.
The People’s Republic of California legislature is already hard at work on new laws to require background checks for antlers and set “reasonable compromise” limits on the number of tines antlers can be purchased with.
Darn good thing he wasn’t waving a sharpened dog femur.
Deputies would’ve blown him away
“Marin? In Marin I would imagine a different, “progressive” use for a antler!”
I understand that you can buy custom dildos fashioned from Deer Antlers in Marin!!
“I didnt know Marin allowed any trailers in the county.”
“Marin County” and “trailer” and brandish deer antlers”.
Those terms just don’t belong together.
Missed the delicious irony:
“Cornet or Cornett, on the other hand, clearly comes from the Old French word cornet (meaning ‘a wind instrument made out of horn’), a word that derives from the Italic branch of the Indo-European language tree.
Furthermore, cornet itself is a diminutive form of the Old French word corn, meaning literally ‘horn’, or more freely a horn-like musical instrument’.
Indeed, the French word corn derives from the Latin word cornu, meaning a horn’ or point’, but also variously a trumpet’, lantern’, or funnel’. The Latin cornu has given us such English’ words as cornucopia (horn of plenty’), and cornuto (signifying an animal having horns’), as well as the word corn: a horn-like thickening of the skin’ - such as on the foot.”
Wonder if he has Celtic roots?
[antlers were used as weapons when the Anglos banned the Scots’ regular weapons]
You should see my key chain.
Do they make those for Harleys?
[I’ve already got ‘buck horns’ but still...]
C’mon...everybody knows they swoosh peacock feathers in Marin. A deer antler...who’d believe that?
I’m sure it didn’t cost any doe.
Was it a high capacity antler???
“Go ahead, make my doe”
Actually antlers make a nice litte improvised weapon. I carry one on my keychain, just in case my Smith & Wesson spring loaded tactical knife isn't accessible for some reason. Picked this one up in Jackson Hole Wyoming.