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Am you legally justified in killing a passenger who refuses to turn off their cell phone?



 
 
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Old January 22nd, 2012, 07:20 PM posted to misc.survivalism,rec.crafts.metalworking,talk.politics.guns,rec.travel.air,rec.aviation.piloting
RD Sandman[_2_]
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Default Am you legally justified in killing a passenger who refuses to turn off their cell phone?

"max headroom" wrote in
net:

"Shall not be infringed" wrote in
message
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I'm just looking fore reason's for Charles to legally shoot the
passenger on the phone.
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Some people just need killing.


Obnoxious, loud-mouth cell phone users on airplanes come to mind....


What about obnoxious, loud-mouthed cell phone users in restaurants?

Or do you think that's too harsh?
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Probably. You can, after all, leave the restaurant.

On the other hand, inside a dark theatre would be a good time to
practice your garrotte skills.




Aaaaah, the silent treatment. Luv' it.

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Sleep well, tonight.....

RD (The Sandman)
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Old January 22nd, 2012, 07:42 PM posted to misc.survivalism,rec.crafts.metalworking,talk.politics.guns,rec.travel.air,rec.aviation.piloting
max headroom
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Default Am you legally justified in killing a passenger who refuses to turn off their cell phone?

"RD Sandman" wrote in message
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On the other hand, inside a dark theatre would be a good time to
practice your garrotte skills.





Aaaaah, the silent treatment. Luv' it.


There's a reason they're called "classics."


  #23  
Old January 24th, 2012, 05:30 AM posted to misc.survivalism,rec.crafts.metalworking,talk.politics.guns,rec.travel.air,rec.aviation.piloting
SaPeIsMa
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Default Am you legally justified in killing a passenger who refuses to turn off their cell phone?


"Shall not be infringed" wrote in message
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On Jan 22, 2:08 am, "max headroom" wrote:
"Shall not be infringed" wrote in
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But... what if they're actually calling the phone connected to a bad
thing in their check bag?
That happens so often that it is probably on the very edge of
everyone's
mind as they start that take off roll down the runway.


[snip]

I'm just looking fore reason's for Charles to legally shoot the
passenger on the phone.
--------------------------------------

Some people just need killing.

Obnoxious, loud-mouth cell phone users on airplanes come to mind....


What about obnoxious, loud-mouthed cell phone users in restaurants?

Or do you think that's too harsh?


Chicken bones shoved sideways down their throat is far more appropriate


  #24  
Old January 24th, 2012, 11:55 PM posted to misc.survivalism,rec.crafts.metalworking,talk.politics.guns,rec.travel.air,rec.aviation.piloting
Shall not be infringed
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Default Am you legally justified in killing a passenger who refuses toturn off their cell phone?

On Jan 23, 11:30*pm, "SaPeIsMa" wrote:
"Shall not be infringed" wrote in ...









On Jan 22, 2:08 am, "max headroom" wrote:
"Shall not be infringed" wrote in
...


But... what if they're actually calling the phone connected to a bad
thing in their check bag?
That happens so often that it is probably on the very edge of
everyone's
mind as they start that take off roll down the runway.


[snip]


I'm just looking fore reason's for Charles to legally shoot the
passenger on the phone.
--------------------------------------


Some people just need killing.


Obnoxious, loud-mouth cell phone users on airplanes come to mind....


What about obnoxious, loud-mouthed cell phone users in restaurants?


Or do you think that's too harsh?


Chicken bones shoved sideways down their throat is far more appropriate


Ah! The Liz Taylor technique.
  #25  
Old January 31st, 2012, 06:43 AM posted to misc.survivalism,rec.crafts.metalworking,talk.politics.guns,rec.travel.air,rec.aviation.piloting
Michael A. Terrell
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Default Am you legally justified in killing a passenger who refuses toturnoff their cell phone?


" wrote:

On Jan 20, 6:53 pm, "Scout"
wrote:

Phone works, too.


Not into a cargo hold it doesn't.


Mil Handbook 419A covers grounding , bonding , and shielding pretty
well. Read the chapter on screen rooms before making statements that
cell phones will not work in a cargo hole. To keep out rf signals
takes a lot of



have you ever worked in a shielded room? Either double screened, or
one that looks like a walk in freezer? (A shielded and air conditioned
computer room.) What it takes to keep RF out is to electrically bond
all the seams, and make sure the door seals are clean and in good
condition. That cargo hold would be at least two layers of metal from
the outside.


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  #26  
Old February 5th, 2012, 05:50 PM posted to misc.survivalism,rec.crafts.metalworking,talk.politics.guns,rec.travel.air,rec.aviation.piloting
Michael A. Terrell
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Default Am you legally justified in killing a passenger who refuses to turnoff their cell phone?


RD Sandman wrote:

Shall not be infringed wrote:

What about obnoxious, loud-mouthed cell phone users in restaurants?

Or do you think that's too harsh?


Well, you should let them finish eating.....after all, their relatives
will have to pick up the tab.



And you can order your last meal while you're there...


--
You can't have a sense of humor, if you have no sense.
  #27  
Old February 5th, 2012, 10:08 PM posted to misc.survivalism,rec.crafts.metalworking,talk.politics.guns,rec.travel.air,rec.aviation.piloting
RD Sandman[_2_]
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Default Am you legally justified in killing a passenger who refuses to turn off their cell phone?

"Michael A. Terrell" wrote in
m:


RD Sandman wrote:

Shall not be infringed wrote:

What about obnoxious, loud-mouthed cell phone users in restaurants?

Or do you think that's too harsh?


Well, you should let them finish eating.....after all, their

relatives
will have to pick up the tab.



And you can order your last meal while you're there...



Although you may not get to eat it.

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It's impossible to defeat an ignorant man in argument.

William G McAdoo


Sleep well, tonight.....

RD (The Sandman)
  #28  
Old February 10th, 2012, 05:40 AM posted to misc.survivalism,rec.crafts.metalworking,talk.politics.guns,rec.travel.air,rec.aviation.piloting
Michael A. Terrell
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RD Sandman wrote:

Although you may not get to eat it.



That's their problem, isn't it?


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