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Old 06-27-2011, 06:52 PM
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Tennessee Highway Patrolman

On her way to a monthly meeting, an elderly woman was stopped by a Tennessee Highway Patrolman. He asked for her proof of insurance and driver's license. She took out the required information and handed it to the Patrolman. In with the many cards, he was suprised to see that she had a concealed carry permit.

He looked at her and asked if she had a weapon in her possession, at this time.

She replied that she had a semi-automatic 45 in the glove compartment.

Something in the way she said it or her body language, made him ask if she had any other firearms.

She did admit to having a 9mm Glock in the center console.

Now, he had to ask if that was all she was carrying. To which she replied that there was just one more....a .38 spl. in her purse.

The officer than asked, what she was so afraid of?

She looked him straight in the eyes and said, "Not a damn thing, sir."
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