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    Re: The Day the Law Left Town

    As usual, the whole matter is being blown up beyond all proportion by Certain Persons....

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    Re: The Day the Law Left Town

    A crime spike in Alto, Texas? That's probably one of those gun owner heavy towns and a crime spike would be a good thing. Might be a lot fewer criminals in a few months, that are alive and able to commit a crime.

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    Re: The Day the Law Left Town

    Quote Originally Posted by Goshin View Post
    As usual, the whole matter is being blown up beyond all proportion by Certain Persons....
    I agree. I thought the whole blaming the union thing was just wildly over the top hyperbole. I don't know what prompts that kind of thing.




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