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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: Biscuit] #8338752 08/02/21 01:24 PM
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" we got a bunch of hand me down guns out of libs closets and now Desoto isn't hood rat anymore" Desoto Police Probably

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Originally Posted by huntingbig8
" we got a bunch of hand me down guns out of libs closets and now Desoto isn't hood rat anymore" Desoto Police Probably



Watch here comes Creekrunner. Correcting you to DeSoto.


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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: Biscuit] #8338800 08/02/21 01:59 PM
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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: Creekrunner] #8338813 08/02/21 02:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Creekrunner
"There's no fool like an old fool."



I knew you wee getting up in age correcting every little capitalization. D not d.


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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: Biscuit] #8338839 08/02/21 02:25 PM
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Desoto, Duncanville, and Pleasant Grove some of the Crown Jewels of Dallas...........

Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: Biscuit] #8338843 08/02/21 02:28 PM
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Most were probably garbage guns anyway.


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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: RedRanger] #8338849 08/02/21 02:35 PM
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Originally Posted by RedRanger
Desoto, Duncanville, and Pleasant Grove some of the Crown Jewels of Dallas...........


DesoYo, Drunkandvile and there is nothing Pleasant about the Grove!

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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: Biscuit] #8338972 08/02/21 04:08 PM
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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: Biscuit] #8338988 08/02/21 04:15 PM
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Learn how to recognize if your kid is a liberal and don't leave them any firearms in your will. For crying out loud.


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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: Biscuit] #8338991 08/02/21 04:18 PM
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It's sad for me to see what these suburb cities of Dallas have become......when I grew up in Oak Cliff in the 60s and 70s DeSoto was a great thriving suburb that was safe to live in and great schools to send your kids.......


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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: Biscuit] #8339004 08/02/21 04:32 PM
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It sure was and in the 80s, it had the second highest per capita income in Dallas County.
Only Highland Park was higher.


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Coming soon to another city near you. Maybe even your city.


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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: reeltexan] #8339097 08/02/21 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by reeltexan


It sure was and in the 80s, it had the second highest per capita income in Dallas County.
Only Highland Park was higher.




I find that hard to believe.

Maybe a town like Irving or Coppell

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It sure was and in the 80s, it had the second highest per capita income in Dallas County.
Only Highland Park was higher.




I find that hard to believe.

Maybe a town like Irving or Coppell



Truth. DeSoto was even referred to as Highland Park South. Then something happened.


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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: soooo] #8339113 08/02/21 06:06 PM
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It sure was and in the 80s, it had the second highest per capita income in Dallas County.
Only Highland Park was higher.




I find that hard to believe.

Maybe a town like Irving or Coppell



Truth. DeSoto was even referred to as Highland Park South. Then something happened.


I never knew that, nor heard that

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Originally Posted by soooo
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It sure was and in the 80s, it had the second highest per capita income in Dallas County.
Only Highland Park was higher.




I find that hard to believe.

Maybe a town like Irving or Coppell



Truth. DeSoto was even referred to as Highland Park South. Then something happened.



Bussing?

That happened to my neighborhood in Austin.

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Years ago I remember a group sitting outside one of these "surrenders" outbidding the local officials and buying all the guns from the surrender-ers. I'd like to see more of that.

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I can’t believe people will just throw away anything of value these days. Pawn shops would have given them something

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If you watch the video, it’s a bunch of old bolt actions and pump shotguns. Presumably the point of the gun “buy back” was to remove guns from society that would be used in crime. How much crime is really being committed by thugs wielding pump shotguns and grandpa’s rusted out .30-06?

This is just another liberal PR stunt.

Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: Biscuit] #8339205 08/02/21 07:17 PM
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I can’t believe people will just throw away anything of value these days. Pawn shops would have given them something


Probably not $100

Hell, if I had some Raven or Jennings pistols I would have turned them in for $100 gift card.

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Re: Gun surrender in Dallas [Re: texasag93] #8339216 08/02/21 07:26 PM
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It sure was and in the 80s, it had the second highest per capita income in Dallas County.
Only Highland Park was higher.




I find that hard to believe.

Maybe a town like Irving or Coppell



Truth. DeSoto was even referred to as Highland Park South. Then something happened.



Bussing?

That happened to my neighborhood in Austin.

Knew a guy that lived there a long time ago. He told me when the busses started running in DSoto, it went downhill quick.

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Truth. DeSoto was even referred to as Highland Park South. Then something happened.
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Bussing?

That happened to my neighborhood in Austin. [/quote]
Knew a guy that lived there a long time ago. He told me when the busses started running in DSoto, it went downhill quick.
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That and court ordered section 8 housing.


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Lancaster too.


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Pitchfork we must have chewed up the same dirt. Spent 60s and early 70s 4 blocks from Kiest Park. Folks moved us to DeSoto in 75 to avoid the bussing in Dallas.
When we moved out there Tuft still ran a 200 head dairy operation on the north side.
Mary Kay, Lulu Roman, Bill Deer, Deon Sanders, Spud Webb, Dez Bryant just some of the hood rats that lived out there.

Bussing never came to DeSoto, it’s hard to bus kids if there is only one high school…
Its simply a matter of migration over 50 years, Oak Cliff to DeSoto, Cedar Hill, Duncanville and still going south today.
Less than 5% of the people I graduated with (178) still live on the south side…
It’s bad, but it ain’t south LA gangland bad.
Giving back firearms for a pittance of their value for a gift card=uninformed opportunist seeking immediate gratification.

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