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Brendan Chan is a fourth-year Psychology major at UC Davis. He also serves as the campus representative for Students for Concealed Carry on Campus. When not engaged in political activism or academics, he can often be found engaged in a game of poker.

Things that irritate him:

-Anti-concealed carry activism
-Anti-abortion activism
-Anti-LGBT rights activism
-People who play dumb

He also hates spring with a vengeance.

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2008-08-08 19:23:56   Welcome to the Wiki. The Students for Concealed Carry on Campus page sure looks interesting. Sometimes it can be tiring to see the same arguments rehashed and rehashed and rehashed, but forward progress slowly is occurring. Maybe you can link to Campus Border Signs and [WWW]http://www.a-human-right.com/? —JasonAller


2008-12-08 12:35:10   TVC???? What does that stand for? —ArianeMetz


2008-12-15 23:55:33   OMG...it is the BEST CASINO BUFFET AROUND! They have food from all around the world...kind of expensive tho...I would go during the end of their lunch and stay for dinner :) —ArianeMetz


2008-12-20 22:45:32   I got some death sauce in my eye once accidentally... it sucked

I just had no tolerance for spice, so I went all out. Now I enjoy a wide variety of spicy things —StevenDaubert

Spicy food is life. —BrendanChan

Yeah, it was a an incidental transfer, I made myself some chicken at TapEx, threw some death sauce on it, washed my hands, ate the chicken, played some DDR, biked home and then half hour later I was on the computer chatting and I rubbed my eye... seconds later it started to tingle and I said oh **** and flushed my eye for days, it sucked. A buddy of mine makes this habanero rum sauce that was homemade. Oh man it was sweet and then 5 seconds later it went fwoomp and it got low level insane hot. The other thing is this particular sauce stacked (has a cumualitive effect that makes it get progressively hotter)

good times StevenDaubert


2009-01-14 13:34:37   Hey, I just wanted to say I'm not trying to make anything personal. I just find the topic really interesting. In a lot of controversial topics, people tend to requote listed information (especially from "pro/anti" websites with obvious bias), and it tends to get distorted, misread, or misquoted. And often, people don't check their sources. I hate to see misinformation spread. (Which is why I left such a long response to Olivia). Now, the interesting thing about the law school incident is what if those two officers *had* been able to carry guns onto campus? I could see someone making that argument as a reason for guns on campus. Regarding this case specifically though, I'd say nothing as he opened fire at point blank inside the deans office and no one could have prevented that, but in other situations it could potentially equate to a faster response time. —EdWins

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