RIVERDALE, Utah (AP) -- The police chief who shot himself in the ankle was waving a loaded pistol and being careless, according to two students who were attending his class to qualify for a concealed-weapons permit. "We were told the gun is the chief's personal sidearm, but it looked to me like he didn't know anything about the gun," Lewis Walker said.
("Activate the Wayback Machine, Norman.")
(Sorry, it's applicable, but I got carred away. Here's the real "I'm The Only One" moment.)
"Okay,I'm the only one in this room that I know of professional enough to carry the Glock .40. [BANG!]"