Tuesday, July 29, 2014 10:35:56 AM
That was quite an exchange and I can say the this subject has been discussed. "It was not only merely discussed, it was really most sincerely discussed" a Munchkin coroner might say.
"However, if I said, "I allow cigarettes, cigars, and pipes that only contain cloves instead of tobacco on my porch." I would expect your cigarette to be a Djarum (clove cigarette)."
Ahhh. Yes. But you can allow lots of thing simultaneouly. This is in reference to a crime and or is used because any one of them can be commiteed. If "and" was used it would imply you had to commit all three.
"Committing or attempting to commit a burglary, robbery, and other felony involving the use of force..."