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My son told me
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That two of his friends are scared as hell of me. So much so that when they come to pick him up he has to walk a half mile up the road. They're convinced I'm going to shoot them. Shrug Apparently I'm some kind of reject from the A Team lol
The Dad of one of his other good friends has thought I was a cop for probably the last 10 years. In his defense, I used to have an 1989 Chevy Caprice 9C1 with the cage partition. Just thought it funny all these years of sleepovers and b-day parties, numerous times where I've been covered in drywall mud splatter.....
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What age group?
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oh yeah lol 17!
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If I ever have a daughter, then I hope her guy friends would think the same way about me. Big Grin
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Fear and scared are very different then respect. Personally I would never want to be feared but rather respected. They are not synonyms.
When the SHTF and it almost always does at some point when raising boys you'll need that information pipeline that you'll get with respect.
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When he was telling me this, I was thinking it was the joking, goofing around, ” your dad is scary” type thing. The more he told me about what they said and explained... yeah, fear. I find it funny as in strange and rather sad. What kind of boys are being raised these days.
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Invite them (and possibly their parents) over for dinner! Try reaching out to them and showing them that you're not a mass murderer.
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ViperGTS19801;24168 Wrote:Invite them (and possibly their parents) over for dinner! Try reaching out to them and showing them that you're not a mass murderer.

Good idea! And for dinner, may I suggest serving liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti. That should put their mind at ease.
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I definitely want to do something to put gun owners and those that carry in a better light in their eyes. Try to give them a better understanding of why. My kid said he's talked to them about why I carry so I don't know. I've taken his one friend shooting after talking to his mom. She was into it.
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ViperGTS19801;24168 Wrote:Invite them (and possibly their parents) over for dinner! Try reaching out to them and showing them that you're not a mass murderer.

Unless of course, you are. In which case, you probably shouldn't have them over.

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