Incendiary Image of the Day: Caring Neighbor Edition

Hello neighbor,

It has come to my attention that on the back of your black Jeep Cherokee you have an NRA “Life Member” sticker. For it is your right to express your opinions openly I do not appreciate the fact that I live in a neighborhood with a lunatic who owns guns! We’re supposed to live in a safe Christian neighborhood, and we don’t need some redneck hillbilly nut living here!

So I ask you please, to get rid of your guns and remove your NRA sticker for my children and everyone’s children and turn to God for guidance!

Thank you,

A caring neighbor

[h/t DrVino]


  1. avatar Air Force TSgt says:


    1. avatar Wiregrass says:

      my first thought exactly.

      1. avatar Soccerchainsaw says:

        Odd, my first thought was:

        Dear Caring Neighbor,
        The Guy with the NRA Life Member sticker

      2. avatar Soccerchainsaw says:

        Ok, I’ve cooled down a bit.

        The best response would be to organize youth hunter safety and marksmanship programs. Be sure to put out flyers to all of your neighbors’ houses in such a way the kids see them first if possible. It’s good to have the little darlings pestering their parents for “gun lessons”!

    2. avatar Wiebelhaus says:

      This has to be bullshit, I can’t even fathom the most rabid anti’s sending such a childish letter.

      1. avatar Rebecca says:

        I’ve seen such letters, put anonomously in the mailbox of my mother-in-law. “We try to have a nice neighborhood; please mow your lawn.” We think we know who did it, but we all just laughed and threw the note away.

  2. avatar Andrew says:

    I’m sure he has an Obama sticker on his bumper that I would take offense to. I wouldn’t write a note about it though…. Seems he doesn’t really believe in the right to express opinions different from his openly.

    1. avatar joe says:

      No, probably he/she is a reborn cristian and Obama is a Muslim, remember that?

  3. avatar Twinkie says:

    Call the police and report it.

    1. avatar Billy Wardlaw says:

      Agreed. What is required here is to establish a paper trail from the point the harassment started…cause it will continue.

  4. avatar MotoJB says:

    Tell me this is an ‘effin joke…I’d get a neon NRA sign for the top of my house after that letter. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. avatar Hoth says:

      Exactly. I’d suggest this person call the NRA up and ask if they have any larger stickers to put in the window as well. Perhaps one of those “full window” commercial type stickers.

  5. avatar SGC says:

    Dear Neighbor:

    FOAD…please…for the children!

    And God Bless…:)
    The Redneck Hillbilly Gun Nut

  6. avatar OkieRim says:

    Step 1, call police….Step 2 call lawyer….step 3, set up cameras and check security system, step 4 contact HOA if part of HOA

    1. avatar TX_Chris says:

      Step 5: if legal, start open carrying everywhere, or at least on your property in public view.

      1. avatar Sixpack70 says:

        Do yard work with a black rifle slung over your shoulder. Make everyone around you happy!

        1. avatar Alan Rose says:

          If legal, organize regular shooting contests in back yard.

        2. avatar Alan Rose says:

          Get a bunch of those “gun family” stickers for all cars and house. Big scary ones.

  7. avatar William says:

    Dear Caring Neighbor: SOIAR!!! If you don’t like the sticker, COME AND TAKE IT OFF. Maybe while I’m sleeping.

    Yours truly
    Insomniac Neighbor

  8. avatar Jesse Nelson says:

    Well I don’t want to live on a planet with weak willed simpletons like you. Unfortunately neither of us are going to get put wish.

  9. avatar Herb says:

    Holy [email protected]! Maybe just put the note back where it was found with a larger note attached:


  10. avatar Luis says:

    I see this kind of passive aggressive bullshit in the SF bay area all the time. Yet I have to “tolerate” driving behind a prius full of obama stickers and stickers telling me to be vegan,

    1. avatar Human Being says:

      “No Vegan Edge, No Vegan Powers!!

      1. avatar Cort says:

        +1 for quoting what’s probably the best movie ever, Human Being.

        1. avatar Redlyr says:

          Chicken’s not Vegan?

    2. avatar In Memphis says:

      Im indirectly a vegan. Herbivores eat plants, I eat herbivores

      1. avatar MikeM says:

        This needs to be on a t-shirt! ๐Ÿ™‚

      2. avatar johnnosk says:

        I’m a vegetarian… I eat plants, and animals that eat plants!

      3. avatar Areg says:

        Vegan by proxy!

    3. avatar Bob says:

      Not all vegans are lefty liberal anti self-defense types (and I’m not saying you think that).

      There are more vegans than many may think that own black scary rifles, go to 2A rallies, and don’t have moral, or any other issues with hunters or meat eaters. I know this to be true because I’m one of them :). (just a friendly FYI)

      1. avatar JT says:

        The minority gives the majority a bad name. I have no problem if someone chooses to be a vegan (more bacon for me). What I do have a problem with is when people get all religious about it “reminding” everyone that they are one and complaining when someone eats meat in front of them. There are people like that for just about everything though. They are all annoying as hell.

    4. avatar Rob says:

      Another Bay Area resident here:

      Tell me about it…

      I just keep telling myself that their vegan diets has prevented their muscles from getting much-needed protein, as well as their brains turning to mush from all the Marxist literature they’ve read throughout their lives will prevent them from fighting back effectively, allowing the Zombie hordes to eat them first, and letting people like us make a quick getaway to regroup in the Sierras and get to work rebuilding civilization.


      I kid, I kid of course…

      1. avatar jwm says:

        Rob, of course you’re only kidding. But in a fantasy world of the zombies eating the fruit loops from the bay area, my home also, what part of the Sierras would be good to meet in? Understand, this is just fantasy wargaming. Purely hypothetical, as it were.

      2. avatar johnnosk says:

        Vegetarian zombies eat…..GRRAINNS!


        1. avatar pcrh says:

          +1 ๐Ÿ™‚

      3. avatar Jarhead1982 says:

        Actually there are one or two medical studies that show where one doesnt get enough fats most of which are supplied by eating proteins, there are significant brain developmental & functional issues! Will have to dig into my People Eat Tasty Animals files to pick them out!

    5. Similar situation here in Chicago. I see plenty of Obama 2012, Obama 2008 and the occasional Kerry 2004 stickers. But… that’s their right to put that crap on their car just as it is the above individual’s right to display a NRA sticker or whatever the hell they want. I’m always amazed at the intolerance of those who claim to be tolerant.

      Illustrating Chicagoland Idiocy, Mayhem and Stupidity at

  11. avatar Humza Ismail says:

    He also doesn’t believe in grammar and not being a hysterical lunatic.

  12. avatar 16V says:

    I have no stickers on my cars at all, but, if I were to have an NRA sticker on one, this would be a troll that one of my friends would do to me.

    Especially the ‘turn to god’ line. Priceless…

    1. avatar Jesus says:

      Turn to God?

      Time to convert the heathen front post sight into a cross.

      1. avatar Logan P says:

        So sayeth Jesus.

        1. avatar Sammy says:

          Para phrasing J.C. also said something to the effect: “He that hath no sword, let him sell one of his garments and buy one”. Self preservation is the primary directive to man from nature.

        2. avatar Tomy Ironmane says:

          “Turn to God for Guidance…”
          Luke 22:36 comes to mind most immediately…..

        3. avatar 16V says:

          Personally, I’m a fan of Ezekiel 25:17. From Pulp Fiction

        4. avatar Alan Rose says:

          “Each worker carried his sword strapped to his side.” Nehemiah 4:18

  13. avatar Logan P says:

    If I knew who sent a note like this to me, I would simply reply with:

    Hello neighbor,

    Regarding your request, no.


  14. avatar Bill says:

    I hope this is a joke. If not, I’d sit on my porch and clean my guns.

  15. avatar Anmut says:

    I would file a police report. This nutcase might increase their “caring about guns” by means of violence or destruction of property in the future.

    Also, was the letter in the mailbox? That, I believe, would be illegal as well.

    My next step would be to strap on my pistol and walk to all my near neighbors and ask them if any of them wrote the note. Likely suspects would be anyone with an Obama sticker, anyone with a Prius and anyone that had an Obama yard sign back in November.

    Also, just to point out – what a typical p*ssy liberal – if you believe so much that guns are the problems – SIGN YOUR F*CKING NAME.

  16. avatar BLAMMO says:

    I also ask for God to watch over me and to guide me. When he’s not around, he guides me to Sturm Ruger & Co.

    1. avatar Logan P says:

      God told me to go with Mossberg.

      1. avatar Rob says:

        So say we all.

      2. avatar Pulatso says:

        I must be a pantheist, I have turned to both.

        1. avatar Mr Pierogie says:

          I prefer the Church of the Almighty Glock myself.

        2. avatar pcrh says:

          The Church of the M14: Transubstantiating Cover Into Concealment For Over 50 Years.

  17. avatar Cellude says:

    The owner needs to get this sign!

    1. avatar Scrimshaw says:

      I don’t like those signs, i don’t want to tell the neighborhood thugs where to go to steal my guns while i am away (at work).

    2. avatar duzt says:

      notice the house number in the pic is the number of the beast? bit upside downish

      1. avatar Human Being says:

        Notice that the writing is a little bit higher on the right side of the sign? Bit of a photoshopish.

        I’d love it if it was real though.

    3. avatar Bruce says:

      I like it. * grins *

  18. avatar Anmut says:

    Oh – and one more thing.


    1. avatar Logan P says:


      1. avatar Anmut says:

        The font of the weak minded oatmeal brain gun grabbers!

        1. avatar Conway Redding says:

          Oh my! “The font of the weak minded oatmeal brain gun grabbers!” I just didn’t realize!

    2. avatar Bureaucrat says:

      That’s what I thought.

      They wrote it in comic sans – so feel free to disregard it.

    3. avatar m11_9 says:

      The font and the come to Jesus give this away as a joke among neighbors.

  19. avatar Elliotte says:

    Oh hell no. If I got that I would begin a weekly cleaning of my firearms in my front yard.

  20. avatar Ktard says:

    This was a fake on K who wanted to rustle jimmies.

  21. avatar Mr. Joeboto says:

    I saw this on Reddit a day or two ago. I think we should consider the possibility that this may not be real…

    1. avatar Logan P says:

      Already thought that too.
      Welcome to the internet, where everything’s made up and the points don’t matter.

      1. avatar Anmut says:

        I miss that show…

        1. avatar Nick Leghorn says:

          Its coming back!

  22. avatar Humza Ismail says:

    I am very tolerant, so very tolerant, so please adjust your life to suit my sensibilities.

    1. avatar Chris says:

      So tolerant that I will presume and insult your character without ever meeting you. I thought using Stereotypes was bad?

  23. avatar DQ says:

    The owner should offer to put up a gun free sign on their neighbor’s lawn instead

  24. avatar jake45 says:

    You can bet if I got that letter I would host an open carry all day barbecue with an open invitation for Ted Nugent to be the guest of honor!

    1. avatar VanishingFreedom says:

      Now that would be a BBQ to remember!

  25. avatar Dave S says:

    Yes, the lesson and principals of John Hancock obviously did not apply to this writer!

    do set up surveillance, this bold crusader is just the type to key your Jeep!

  26. avatar James1000 says:

    Dear neighbor, go fu..yourself. Thank you and have a nice day.

  27. avatar scottlac says:

    God’s guidance to me is to wear my Kimber to church every Sunday (I mean, as long as I’m wearing it all the time anyway). My Pastor knows I have his back. And, with his .357 snubbie, he has mine. Together we keep the flock well shepherded. Who knows what kind of nuts want to barge in to what they might assume is a helpless crowd in church.

  28. avatar Gov. William J. Le Petomane says:

    I’m assuming it was sent anonymously. I mean, if you really think that anyone who owns guns is an unhinged psychopath who could go off at any minute you’d have to be even stupider to let him know you were the one who sent it.

  29. avatar JOE MATAFOME says:

    They should take the letter back to that dumb ass moron and tell them where to shove their silly letter.

  30. avatar Don says:

    That’s pretty funny. Time to put up a “my next door neighbor hates guns and keeps none in the house” sign in your front lawn.

  31. avatar Bill says:

    Time to get a gun rack for your Jeep and put some scary looking chinese airsoft knockoff assault rifles in it!!

    1. avatar Logan P says:

      I found out that that’s totally illegal in both California and Minnesota. Definitely a NOGO.

      1. avatar Bill says:

        even with toy guns?

        1. avatar Logan P says:

          Gotta be stored and secured in CA, and in MN airsoft guns are considered firearms technically, so the same applies except during deer season.

  32. avatar Don says:

    Shoot the letter a few times and tape it to your jeep.

    1. avatar Logan P says:

      Show off your best three-shot group.

      Or better yet, your 00 pattern.

      Caveat: in some localities, municipalities, towns, cities, and states, this idea could totally be considered a threatening gesture.

    2. avatar Mr Pierogie says:

      Also, put a Slayer sticker on the car as well.

    3. avatar James1000 says:


  33. avatar Ross says:

    As a follower of Christ I just have to say that the “Caring neighbor” is not exhibiting any Christ like characteristic.

  34. avatar New Chris says:

    Dear neighbor

    I am an atheist, and your books mandates that you stone me and my family to death.

    For the safety of myself and my children I think I’ll keep my guns, just in case you ever decide to take your faith seriously.

    Thank you and stay off my law.

  35. avatar ensitu says:

    Please note the total lack of correct punctuation, obviously a recent collage grad

  36. avatar Sammy says:

    Honestly, I’ve never received anything like this note, but I am in the process of moving because I live in Smurf City, Pa. Everything from the news to the Nutty government to the people are too blue for me. When the financial collapses happens, these people will turn on themselves and me in a blink.

  37. avatar g says:

    Homeowners Associations / Neighbors can be real (insert strong derogatory term). My mother used to get these anon letters in the mail about the height of her grass and that the shapes of the bushes in the front were “unkempt”.

    Busy-bodies with nothing to do.

    The real “Christian” thing to would for this idiot to do would have been to ignore the fact that you have a NRA sticker on your car and not make a judgement about you.

    My “Christian” response would be to hang a sign on my window that says, “When someone breaks into your house at zero-dark-thirty in the morning and you call me for help, you’ll be thankful I have a gun. Love, -YourNeighbor”

    1. avatar Sammy says:

      You would risk your gun rights an entanglement with the legal system for an anit 2a asshat? Not me! But just to show you I’m not a hard hearted guy, I’ll call 911 for them, but that’s it. F ’em. They want us to treat us like pariah AND defend them if something happens? Not a chance in Hell.

  38. avatar Aharon says:

    I wasn’t able to find this letter elsewhere on the Internet. Was this letter sent to Dr. Vino or did he find it elsewhere such as on a blog? I’d like to know more about the source. Thanks.

  39. avatar US says:

    I don’t think it’s a good idea in general to put gun-related stuff on your car. There’s nothing inherently wrong with doing so, but people can exploit it in various ways.

    E.g. if someone gets mad at you in traffic and sees that NRA sticker he might try calling the police and making up a story that you brandished a gun. If the police then stop you and you do happen to be carrying you can be in for a lot of trouble.

    1. avatar Sammy says:

      Low profile=less aggravation.

  40. avatar Ralph says:

    The more I know about people, the more I love my cats.

    1. avatar Bryan says:

      -1 for cats


    2. avatar Aharon says:

      If you don’t mention, own, and love dogs as much as cats that is Pet Bigotry and Pet Discrimination. In modern America, such Hatred cannot be tolerated. Pets have rights and are people too. A Pet Social Worker is on the way to your home as you read this reply.

      1. avatar Ralph says:

        A Pet Social Worker is on the way to your home as you read this reply.

        Great! I need somebody to help me clean the litter box, even if it’s at gunpoint.

        1. avatar DisThunder says:

          Ha! That’s because when it comes to cats, they’re the owners. And we’re not pets, we’re indentured servants.
          Top of the food chain, my ass.

      2. avatar Bryan says:

        Excellent post as I eat PETA for lunch!

  41. avatar Pete says:

    I will gladly pay for some additional pro gun bumper stickers to whomever recieved this letter. Let me know TTAG.

      1. avatar Pete says:

        Nice! I may have to get some for my truck.

        1. avatar g says:

          I already have some on the family car (AKA minivan) next to the Transformer AUTOBOT symbol. Don’t judge me. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  42. avatar Shenandoah says:

    That guy definitely would’ve been one of the martyrs fed to lions in the Coliseum.

  43. avatar Larry2 says:

    I’m guessing they wouldn’t like the “Don’t mess with the Second Amendment, and I won’t be forced to exercise it” bumper sticker on my Jeep.

  44. Just yesterday I was watching The Mist. Some psycho preacher lady incited a crowd to murder an Army officer because he protected “heretical” scientists. I was thinking “why doesn’t a CHL holder shoot the bitch?” 5 minutes later one did. Guns rule. Go NRA.

  45. avatar Javier says:

    I see that no one signed it. COWARD !!! I would Turn to God and ask why he put this narrow minded individual on the same plane of existance as you. As someone mentioned before get a neon sign. calling him out as the nosey body his is.

  46. avatar Greg Camp says:

    One more reason to avoid living in neighborhoods. Presuming that this note is real–and I have my doubts–I’d post a sign in my yard: “No. What’s your next move?”

  47. avatar WA_2A says:

    I’ll respect that asshat’s Constitutional right to practice any religion as much as they respect their neighbor’s right to bear arms.

  48. avatar Ursus Americanus says:

    Whatever else you decide to do, I would immediately send a very low-key and direct message to the sender by placing another NRA sticker right next to the original.

    1. avatar Derek says:

      I think I’d just get a bigger one. Like, a whole back window decal. Maybe a couple of those small flags, some of those “bullet hole” stickers would be a nice touch as well.

  49. avatar Tommy Knocker says:

    Wow…read this post while listening to Tom Gresham ‘s radio show. Interviewing some left wing Demo gun owner who wrote a book. “WE ” need to be more enclusive. In other words give in to the commie turd vegan aetheist nanny state zombies and they will let us keep our guns. That is good. You see we are too old too male too god worshipping and too white. So my advice is to embrace this caring neighbor and hand your guns to her. Remember the children and equality.

  50. avatar Casey T says:

    I would actively seek out NRA signs, stickers, etc. and plaster them everywhere on my property just to piss that jerk off.

  51. avatar mike says:

    A letter from someone who’s never been victimized obviously. And taking it for granted.

  52. avatar Taylor TX says:

    I find it ironic that the phrases “Safe Christian Neighborhood” and “Redneck Hilbilly Gun Nut” were put into the same sentence by someone who is obviously ready to be the first to cast judgement, liberalism is a mental disease.

  53. avatar Richard says:

    I skipped the sticker and have an Idaho NRA license plate.

  54. avatar Silent says:

    Several years ago someone my wife knew was shot and killed so that three teenage boys could take his car out for a joyride. At a meeting in town about the shooting one of the local preacher boys suggested that if we would all put our guns in a basket that this would show local gangsters of our good intentions.

    Don Kates Jr. In an article “Bigotry, symbolism, and ideology in the battle over gun conrrol” pointed out that the official position (at that time, early 1990s) of the Presbyterian Church USA was that an individual had no right to take the life of another, even if they would otherwise be killed by the attacker. A stance that would no doubt shock many peple in the pews.

    1. avatar g says:

      Guess I’m glad I was raised Baptist, then. HA!

      1. avatar Silent says:


  55. avatar Bonkers says:

    Everyone go home, it’s fake.

    This was posted on 4chan last night trying to rile people up. Didn’t fool anyone there, so I guess they tried again here.

    1. avatar JSIII says:

      I have seen stuff like this though, even if THIS one is fake(I am going to use some Obama logic here) I am sure there are people who have gotten similar things.

      I have a guy at work who doesn’t talk to me anymore because I put a nice big “I support concealed carry” bumper sticker on my truck and he is a bleeding heart anti gun type. Thats only one step removed from something like this.

    2. avatar DisThunder says:

      I have to say, I’m actually surprised I didn’t find one of these on my car window. This is just the kind of crap they’d do to mess with me.

      Except they’re all terrified to come by my house at night unannounced. Damn right they should be.

      1. avatar WA_2A says:

        Two words: Castle Doctrine.

  56. avatar JSIII says:

    Dear a caring neighbor: KISS MY lilly white ### and don’t come crying to me when someone is breaking into your home, raping your wife and killing your children because my “lunatic gun owning self” will not be helping you.

  57. avatar Davis Thompson says:

    I’ll get rid of my guns as soon as that note writer masters grammar.

    1. avatar ensitu says:

      You’d think that someone who (apparently) reads the Bible would absorb some of the basic components of grammar and punctuation.

      Iโ€™m getting a โ€˜mental health issueโ€™ vibe from the note

  58. avatar Blaxsun says:

    Fake (majority of Christians own firearms). ๐Ÿ˜‰

  59. avatar styrgwillidar says:

    THere is nothing christian about disarming others, making them defenseless, enabling oppression and tyranny.

  60. avatar Robert Bub says:

    No point in beating your swords in plowshares if you can’t protect your fields from scavengers.

    1. avatar Ralph says:

      I wouldn’t mind beating some of my neighbors into plowshares.

      1. avatar Ross says:


      2. avatar johnnosk says:

        Or with a plowshare!

    2. avatar Greg in Allston says:

      They who beat their swords into plowshares shall be smote and shall end up plowing for those who kept their swords.

  61. avatar Wiregrass says:

    I would be faced with extreme temptation to unleash all sorts of obnoxiousness for the benefit of Dear Caring Neighbor, the only thing that would hold me back is the knowledge that I am not so much of a douchebag. But I would definitely add at least one more sticker.

  62. avatar MOG says:

    The neighbor must be a Moron.

  63. avatar Lance says:

    Thats when I get my AR sticker out and say whats that term you here use??? Tell him to go jump into the arctic ocean. Tell it that normal Christians own guns and only fascist pigs who mock Christians act like you jerk.

  64. avatar Frank says:

    I’ve come to anticipate these anti-gun claptrap letters, but for some reason the letter’s font annoys me more than the contents. It just screams elitist, holier-than-thou-except-we-don’t-believe-in-God, liberal.

  65. avatar Frank says:

    This is also one of many reasons why I won’t put stickers on my truck.

  66. avatar KY1911 says:

    Dear Concerned Neighbor:

    Go f**k yourself.


    Gun Nut with an NRA sticker

  67. avatar Some Guy says:

    Dear Caring Neighbor,

    Thanks so much for your concern, sorry for the delay but being a redneck hillbilly I never did have much book learnin’ and had a hard time reading your note.

    As advised, I did check with God and He told me that I was doing just fine.So, grateful as I am for your efforts to run my life I must defer for now and in the meantime enclose a list of mental health professionals who can provide you with the help you so desperately need.

    Stay well – and away from my house – ‘ol Bubba

  68. avatar Aruges says:

    I’d guess this is either a joke, or a gungrabber writing a note in the style of what they “think” a Christian would sound like, but couldn’t resist the red-neck hillbilly slap.

  69. avatar C says:

    Dear Caring Neighbor, Go fck yourself.

  70. avatar JK says:

    This is fake. It was from 4chan’s /k/ board. Also it’s printed in comic sans. Think about it guys.

    1. avatar Some Guy says:

      You’re undoubtedly right, even some wussy grabber couldn’t be this unhinged.

  71. avatar TRUTHY says:

    I call BS, totally effing made up for tin-foil hat wearers. Reminds me of the so-called “war on Christmas”.

  72. avatar Captain Catsup says:

    Dear neighbor.
    I turned to God. Jesus thinks you are a jerk! He said to just ignore you and keep protecting myself and family as I am free to do in The United States of America. Also, to refer burglars to your address for their own safety.
    Have a nice day.

  73. avatar Jarhead1982 says:

    Actually it is against federal law to put unposted mail or information into any mailbox, and is a $5,000 fine for an individual & $10,000 fine for a business.

    As the idiot who gave them the note left figner prints, easy enough to figure out who did it and as such the ladies were notified on the law, lol!

  74. avatar C says:

    Is it fake? there’s a very strong possibility. It is, after all, on the internet. But comic sans isn’t evidence thereof. Anyone naive enough to seriously write such a letter would likely also be open to using the font without irony.

  75. avatar tjlarson2k says:

    I’m pretty sure about 200 years ago the Native Americans living here got a similar notice from some friendly Christians about their bows and arrows….

  76. avatar peter says:


    COMIC SANS!!!!

    Now that that’s done…

  77. avatar Randy Drescher says:

    god has a bad track record. I’d turn to god except its difficult to ass er tain the direction, Randy

  78. avatar Jeh says:

    Wow iv dealt with this. I had a neighbor put a sticky note on my car for my 5.56 decal saying “Tear it off a**hole.” Needless to say I posted “F**k off” on his windshield. Last I heard of that.

  79. avatar In Memphis says:

    Dear neighbor,

    If you set foot (uninvited) on the property of a man you know to be armed, you clearly are not afraid of him. If you walked away unharmed, you are not my enemy.


    Common Sense

  80. avatar justin says:

    Start flying the Gonzales “Come and Take it” Flag.

  81. avatar DaveL says:

    Dear neighbor,

    I make no secret of owning guns. In order to purchase them, I had to pass a background check proving I was not a lunatic.

    Could you do the same?

  82. avatar Henry Bowman says:

    Dang! I’m always the last to know about these good posts!

    If this “caring neighbor” takes his own advice of trusting in and turning to God, I suppose he has no locks on his door, or smoke alarms in his home, or seatblets in his car.

  83. avatar levi says:

    The first they will do if they have an intruded in the middle of the night is call someone with a gun to protect them. 911, law enforcement and then pray the respond quickly. Humorous the lack of comprehension they have. I suggest they disregard 911 because they will be used for the security for them.

  84. avatar Rebecca says:

    An anonymous note from a “caring” neighbor? I’m of two minds on this:

    1) Give it all the attention it is worthy of; specifically, zero. If they’re not willing to tell me who they are, then their opinion matters zero to me.

    2) Pamphlet my neighbors with something to the effect of, “Dear Caring (yet Anonymous) Neighbor: if you’re so concerned about guns, come with me to the range so we can help you with your fear. Signed, [my real name] [my real telephone number]”

  85. avatar JustAJ says:

    One of my “neighborly” neighbors one day called the Popo on me cause I was cleaning my guns with the garage door open. PD rolls up, looks in at me, and the 2 officers casually walked up and asked what was going on. Turns out the call was a guy “brandishing” guns. The comment from me that I think won them over was “I have the door open so I don’t get high on the solvent. Being high around guns is not smart at all.” They bid me good day and moved along. To this day I have not quite figured out who it was.

  86. avatar Adk Hiker says:

    I am a gun owner, an NRA member, and a Born Again Christian. Give your neighbor the following scripture from the Bible: Psalm 144:1

    My Rock and My Fortress
    Of David.
    Blessed be the Lord, my rock,
    who trains my hands for war,
    and my fingers for battle;

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  88. avatar Dave says:

    Reply with this: “Dear Neighbor. It has come to my attention that you have a kitchen full of KNIVES. As you know, KNIVES are used in 3 times as many slayings as rifles in this country. In fact, Great Britain is preparing legislation to OUTLAW any chef’s knife with a blade more than 3 inches long, in order to prevent SLAYINGS. I have notified the Sheriff that you possess weapons that account for 3 TIMES as many homicides as rifles, and I hope you will convert all your stainless steel DANGEROUS KNIVES into plasticware. For the children. Please.

  89. avatar Annie in SC says:

    Dear Neighbor,

    After kneeling in prayer and finding the Christian guidance to avoid the sin of wrath, I have refrained from driving my black Jeep Cherokee over your tiny Ford C-Max. I always wondered where you put the groceries, kids and dog in that sardine can.

    It has come to my attention, by the ecologically incorrect litter left on my property, signed by “A Caring Neighbor” that I live in uncomfortably close to a blooming idiot. And, while I respect your Constitutional right to behave live a complete ass and ignore my God given rights, I will continue to respect your rights to act as a jerk.

    I will continue to proudly display the emblem of the NRA and legally carry and posses my firearms. In the future, I will be happy to broadcast your distaste for firearms and self defense to the next criminal/terrorist I repel from attacking my home, family, friends and innocent strangers.

    They will be elated to learn that a visit to your gun free zone will enable them to enjoy sharing in the wealth of your possessions unfettered. Should you ever find yourself in the position of an unwelcome house-guest, unable to defend yourself, awaiting for 911 to respond, if you are able to call them, I have some simple advice. Cry out to the Lord loud enough, and he just might send your prayer in my direction, so I can come to your aid.

    Signed, From One Who Protects and Serves

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