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To: piytar

He wasn’t standing his ground, he was being a jerk. Dooley left his house unprovoked to yell at a child on a playground who was skateboarding in a park where there were no “don’t skateboard” signs. James was playing basketball with his daughter and after an argument with Dooley about his being a cranky old man, lunged at him when he saw the guy had a gun.


8 posted on 04/19/2012 7:19:05 PM PDT by jz638
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"James called after him and Dooley turned back. James lunged"

Well I recommend not lunging at cranky old men with guns.

Second I really do not recommend sitting on cranky old men and hitting them without securing said weapon first - especially when the cranky old man is tapping you with it.

Sorry - still sounds like (from this article) self defense.

11 posted on 04/19/2012 8:29:56 PM PDT by ciaocotc
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To: jz638


He wasn’t standing his ground, he was being a jerk. Dooley left his house unprovoked to yell at a child on a playground who was skateboarding in a park where there were no “don’t skateboard” signs. James was playing basketball with his daughter and after an argument with Dooley about his being a cranky old man, lunged at him when he saw the guy had meda gun.”

Man, that makes no sense whatsoever!! Usually he who attacks someone whom he already knows is armed is very likely to get shot for his stupidity... Personally, it sounds like to me that the dead dude was itching to put a whipping on the older guy who stood his ground. Almost every neighborhood has some big blowhard that likes to throw his weight around. Samuel Colt levelled the field for the elderly, the weak and the females!

JC


19 posted on 04/20/2012 8:52:15 PM PDT by cracker45
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