Home Crime and Punishment Incendiary Image of the Day: Unambiguous Edition Crime and PunishmentPersonal Defense Incendiary Image of the Day: Unambiguous Edition By Dan Zimmerman - November 4, 2012 11 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ Seen in Sheepshead Bay New York. [h/t Allen V.] ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Birmingham Mayor’s Common-Sense Proposal: Just Regulate Guns in Cities Why Does a Small Town Mayor Who Supports Gun Control Need a 3-Person Armed Security Detail? Virginia Walmart Killer Bought His Gun Legally, Left ‘Death Note’ Manifesto 11 COMMENTS “i used to be a looter like you, but then i took a .45 round to the forehead”. 😀 Reply FUS RO DAH! Reply Skyrim FTW! Reply Legally, a bad idea. Morally, full of win. Reply Beware of dog, he eats everything I shoot. Reply People that have lived thru the trauma of Sandy and it’s aftermath have a right to let off a little steam with these statements. And that’s all this is, a statement of frustration. Not a promise to break the law or exact revenge. Reply I lived in the Sheepshead Bay neighborhood for about a year. There are more sasquatch in Sheepshead Bay than there are guns, and looters know it. Reply Awesome image and message. Sadly, Ralph is probably all too right regarding the statistical likelihood of a would-be looter encountering armed resistance in any borough or section of NYC. The good part is that I think that that’s about to change. Reply According to a friend who lives there, a few looters got “surprised” by how wrong the statistics are. As my friend says “but THAT story will never make the news”. Reply from the photo linked: “While the looting situation has not been that bad in Sheepshead Bay compared to other hard hit neighborhoods, we haven’t been spared completely. Greenlawn Bungalow Colony resident Bruce Z. wrote to us, “There has been looting here every night. I put this in front of my bungalow.” I sure do hope it helps. And I hope no one steals the skeleton.” from the following comments to the above post at the site: – “Ohhhhh man. This hurricane sparked the argument in my boyfriend, who lives with me, on why we should have a gun. We haven’t experienced any problems but I admit that looting was a concern of mine.” – “I hear the corner store on Sheepshead and Emmons got raided when the windows blew out >.>” Reply My concern regarding Sandy with my elderly dad still being in Brooklyn was his post-storm safety. Then I remembered how locals stand up to punks during adversity. The image is now my daily desktop and has a permanent place in my skull collection. There are many more guns in NYC than Bloomie wishes to acknowledge, here’s BK giving a “leetle” reminder……. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.