It's not allowed on the University campus as a matter of university policy, not as a set aside of any law in Alabama. As for schools, it looks like it's allowed if there isn't any other security around, but not if there is. Don't quote me on that at your trial, though.
May I introduce you to the Burgess Folding Shotgun?
ssuming he's over the age of 18 and legally allowed to own a gun, he can openly carry it, subject to certain restrictions. (Certain buildings, wildlife management areas, near demonstrations, so on, so forth.) He can't carry it in a car if it's loaded and can be accessed by the driver, and he can't carry it concealed. However, assuming it's legal for him to own the gun, it's not a felony to do so. (Many states make it a felony, Alabama isn't one of them)
Based soley on the charge, it sounds like he can own a gun, and is of age to carry a gun, but carried it in some way that is impermissible.
I appreciate it!
There's a lot of it to get into- I think the next series will showcase some of it pretty well.
I'll put it on the list to do. Doing the ETO will take some thought, and an organizing principle- this isn't the whole Pacific, obviously!
Change a few proper nouns in his rant, and he'd fit right in with some of the folks here when Ohio State doesn't win by enough points. (Not lose, mind you, just not win by enough.)
True, but he's the one who made the campaign about his returning to the Islands, not about winning the war or strategic requirements.
Even without cleaning it up or something similar, it's a pretty horrific thing to have to confront. I think I'd have a hard time with it as something I was near or saw.
There are quite a lot of those. Hopefully, some of the personal pictures will eventually end up in collections so that historians can review them.
I think that the pictures help quite a bit. I'd be curious to see the ones that are in an archive somewhere that didn't get published, though.
Honestly, any attempt to get a handle on that number would just be a good guess, given how poor record keeping was in China at the time, and the destruction of Japanese records in August of 1945. Admittedly, too, the surrender wasn't unconditional. but the condition the Japanese wanted to impose wasn't worth killing millions of people over.
I'm glad to provide something to help out on a nice Sunday morning- even if the subject is a bit depressing. Still, it was good work to get it done in Manila.
Well, red slippers for the boys on Bougainville ain't free, yo.
That was pretty ill planned on the Cross' part. You'd think someone would have got the message to send- well, anything else.
Hopefully, it'll be a good read after a big victory.
It's hard to imagine what went on over in this part of the war- it's not really glorious, just nasty. Honestly, the Pacific was, in many ways, our Eastern Front, but experienced by many few.
Glad to help out. And we're going to get to the bloody battle next week, believe it or not.
That's a neat thing. It's odd how this all folds back in on itself.
There's a lot to cover here- it's been an education for me, too, really.
I'm as new as it gets around here.
The battles off Iron Bottom Sound were quite serious and hard fought- it may be something I can get to someday soon.