I feel perfectly safe almost anywhere I go.....They walk around with AR-15s strapped to their backs.
Would you feel safe driving through Kentucky or Texas with New York State license plates on your car? – twitchy.com
There are some really confused, disturbed and ignorant people out there. I would feel much safer in any state that has a pro 2nd Amendment attitude than I would in any anti-gun, anti-self-defense states.
People living in their bubble listening to cnn and msnBS all day must be extraordinarily miserable.
NYS Troopers can be pricks and I can see that. I've never gotten off with a warning from them. If you get pulled over, generally speaking, you're getting a ticket of some sort.I'd feel a hell of a lot safer that way, than driving through NY with Texas plates... that's a target for fishing and search. (been there, done that)
Everybody should know by now that the smaller or more rural the area, the more the cops there will want to find out as much as they can about anybody who clearly doesn't belong. More than anything else, it's still your attitude when stopped that determines how the encounter will go.That's the LE policy in NY state. They know out of town folks tend to have firearms and/or are most likely to ignorantly come to NY with their firearm not knowing NY does not reciprocate constitutional rights.
'Think that would have happened in Fremont or in Ballard?Years ago I knew a guy who parked his pickup on Capitol Hill in Seattle, and when he came back to it hours later the windows were smashed and tires slashed. He was pretty sure the pro-2A stickers he had all over the back of it were the reason.
Well, to be honest. I just took a class on fake temp tags. New York had a news release they showed us in the class on the PowerPoint that their biggest issue with temporary tags is from Texas lol.Wonder how many Texas plates are driving around New York? That would scare the hell out of me.
I'm reminded that during my extensive travels through Dixie (in the '80s and '90s) I saw lots of bumperstickers that said "We don't care how you do it in New York!"Anyways, no one really cares how it’s
done where you came from.