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a gun store with a sign that says 'accept Christ'
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Second Road: 11th Nov 2008 - 18:25 GMT
Something about clinging to guns and religion pops to mind, lol! What city in Minnesota is this, Jack?
Peter: 12th Nov 2008 - 00:30 GMT
since someone beat me to the guns/religion comment, ill instead offer this: Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition
Nicolle: 12th Nov 2008 - 00:57 GMT
well, for a scavenger hunt one year i *did* go to a place in kansas called the Beecher Bible And Rifle Church...
Eric: 12th Nov 2008 - 00:57 GMT
There is a church, funeral home, gun store, tavern, and elementary school all directly next to each other in my home town.
Get drunk, buy a gun, kill some kids, send them to the funeral home and then confess. All within like 1/8 mile.
Franny Wentzel: 12th Nov 2008 - 01:07 GMT
Armed people show their colours, disarmed people wear them.
Too bad they didn't have branch stores next to synagogues in 1930s Germany.
6souls: 12th Nov 2008 - 14:17 GMT
Thats @ Dale & I-94 in St. Paul, MN. Tiger Jack was the fucking man, too bad that his old store front got defaced with all that BS.
anon (c-66-41-69-154.hsd1.mn.comcast.net): 17th Nov 2008 - 14:53 GMT
haha I've seen that, I live a few miles from there
Ender: 20th Nov 2008 - 14:28 GMT
For some reason, I perceive this sort of thing to be much more common in American than it actually is?
Peter: 20th Nov 2008 - 15:55 GMT
i know, right? cause here in brooklyn, all of our churches feature gun shops, and furthermore, theres one of these church/gun-shops on almost every corner! :-0
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