“An Armed Society Is a Polite Society” (Updated) 0
Shoot first. Ask questions later, politely (emphasis added).
On that day, the dogs, 2-year-old Argus and 1-year-old Fiona, got out of their enclosed backyard when a tree branch fell and collapsed part of the fence, said Mary Bock. . . .
Some time around 11:30 a.m., Pilotti saw the dogs near his sheep, pulled out the 20-gauge single-shot shotgun he legally owned, and fired, said West Vincent Police Chief Michael Swininger. Mary Bock said police told her Pilotti first fatally shot Argus in the face, then shot and killed Fiona.
When William Bock asked Pilotti about the incident, his reply, according to the Bocks, was “I shoot first and ask questions later.”
Shooting first, always the most polite course of action, if done with the pinkie out, natch.
The gun nut’s secret desire is to kill something–or someone.
Ssssssshhhhh! Keep it our little secret. No one else needs to know.