Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Dec 29, 2012.
Bored hairsplitting Anon^ is bored.
Has no argument ^^
If you say so, pom.
Meanwhile, you just make sure you toe all those legal lines that make you a civilised human... and I'll do what I like.
Also, a friend acquaintance posted the trite "Tell me again about how criminals obey laws" thing on facebook.
I can't argue with her about it because she's a bit bonkers (literally - mental health problems), and so she'd take it badly, and it would end badly.
So I'm arguing with you instead, kind of as a proxy.
Also, I am near-terminally bored.
I am already a decent human being, and don't need to be told how to live. I don't do harm to my fellow wo/man, nor do I need to have it explained to me why I shouldn't.
Luckily for the rest of us, you've got Jesus
And how did you become a decent human being? You were taught. So you have been told already numpty!
Like dodging bullets maybe?
Taught by my parents, not by the State, you poor orphan, you
But you don't need to be told how to live, how could they have taught you if that is true?
If your parent did teach you then unless they are criminals, they must be law abiding folks, and they were following the laws of the state, they must have taught you to live within those laws, so........you have been taught by the state indirectly.
y'all niggas postin'...
The right to bear arms is so important in our government that it is the second amendment, the first being the right of free speech. I'm anti gun.
There you have it. The problem with guns- we must be free to own them even if the suck.
Hmmm LONG? We all know that LONG means the gun owner is trying to make up for his lack of penis size, which means a lot to all the John Wayne types...who may carry a Derringer (because they identify the most with) or fake it by saying their 223-caliber Bushmaster M4 carbine (or sports car) makes up for their lack of size! Funny how we all recognize BS!
I have yet to see anyone going on a shooting spree with a bolt rifle. Yes, longuns to the people please, just keep those pesky autoloaders away from the public!
Guns are for the fearful and the paranoid.
Also: if you can't hit what you're aiming at with six bullets, you shouldn't carry a weapon.
What about black powder? There are people out there that hunt with them still.
Only problem is: Black Powder guns are very bad for both accuracy and distance. Maybe that'd be a rational substitute for everybody?
And it would give the animals better odds.
So, is today the day Ted Nugent an heros?
That's being made into a movie, starring cult shill Will Smith: After Earth
Did anyone itt mention that: If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
Gun owners here tend to protect owning the guns. Reason? - They just LOVE their guns and don't see themselves without one.
Yet, gun murders in the USA keep happening. Even yesterday was one (or maybe even two).
Yeah, 'Merkuns go ahead and show everyone else in the world that you "ain't here for nothing" and "can protect yourself and family from thy neighbors"!
Go ahead and keep killing yourselves. The world watching will be just that much happier!
And try to shoot Russians across the planet with your beloved guns. - Just point your gun in the direction of Russia (if you even know where it is, I doubt) and shoot. We'll happily receive your (wasted) bullets here.
I guess this equates, in respect to you, that a cock = a vodka bottle, so...
Jesus, no. I don't. No haz got.
'must' because ... ?
The US Constitution isn't holy scripture. It can and should change with the times (e.g. the 13th amendment - slavery no longer allowed).
And 'free to own guns' is not what the 2nd amendment says, anyway (even if it were holy scripture). That's only the NRA's interpretation - they speak for the gun-makers and the gun nuts.
The "citizens must be free to own any kind of guns" interpretation has only been adopted by the US courts very recently (in decisions of 2008 and 2010).
I don't see why the same argument couldn't be extended to tanks, bazookas, nuclear weapons. They're all 'arms'.
I've never needed a gun, and I've lived in all sorts of places.
Fine with me if the Americans wanna turn their country into a free-fire zone.
Do females feel like owning a gun?
Does female make her male feel like having to own a gun?
Make a new thread with a poll, if you really want the answer. Otherwise, there's the Dome.
No, thanks. Your answer suffices.
See? You're a failtroll
Ignore Vodka the VaD. The more attention you give the Vodka drinker, the more bottles of Vodka they drink. Just ignore them and soon they will go away.
Remember: Attention feeds VaD like the Vodka fuels them. Cut that and they wither and dry up.
I was hoping to keep him drinking until he passed out
Morgan Mayhem @headhntr · 15h 15 hours ago
I worry when I arrive at the office to signs like this one.
An Oklahoma man apparently uttered Arabic words during an attack in which he allegedly severed a co-worker's head, and had "some sort of infatuation with beheadings," but the killing appeared to have more to do with the man's suspension from his job than his recent conversion to Islam, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
Alton Nolen, 30, could face the death penalty after being charged with first-degree murder in the attack Thursday that authorities say appears to have been an act of revenge for a co-worker's complaint that got him suspended.
The FBI also is investigating the attack, given Nolen's interest in beheadings and a recent surge in Middle East violence.
"There was some sort of infatuation with beheadings. It seemed to be related to his interest in killing someone that way," Cleveland County Prosecutor Greg Mashburn said. "Other than that, it seemed to be related to his being suspended earlier in the day."
Mashburn said the human resources department at the Vaughan Foods plant in Moore had suspended Nolen earlier Thursday after another co-worker, Traci Johnson, had complained she had had an altercation with Nolen "about him not liking white people."
"It had more to do with race rather than trying to convert people," Mashburn said. He said there was a "back and forth with Ms. Johnson and that led her to make a complaint to the HR department."
Mashburn said that after being suspended, Nolen retrieved a knife at home and "returned to get revenge." He had the knife in his shoe when he returned to the plant, according to a police affidavit.
Nolen walked into the plant's administrative office in suburban Oklahoma City and came across Colleen Hufford, 54. According to the prosecutor, Nolen attacked Hufford from behind, severing her head, before turning his attention to Johnson, 43. Nolen "cut her across the throat and left side of her face," and later told police he was attempting to behead her as well, the affidavit said. Johnson survived.
The company's chief operating officer, Mark Vaughan, a reserve sheriff's deputy in Oklahoma City, leveled a rifle at Nolen and fired, striking him once and stopping the attack.
The gun appeared late in this story. I got tired of waiting for the gun to arrive because this is the gun, not the beheading/anti Muslim/racial violence or Zimmerman thread. The gun shows up too soon in the Zimmerman story and too late here. Thoughts?
Yes, the gun and the CEO/reserve deputy fortunately showed up soon enough to stop him from cutting the second woman's head off.
I'm generally not a fan of shooting people, but in this case it seems the gun was put to good use.
Yarr, but obviously the aim was off, mother-fkr needed a head-shot imho, stupid fucking murdering crazy bastards don't deserve the air they breathe.
Wrong, shooting to the perps center of mass was the most likely to save the woman's life by hitting him with the first bullet and lessen the chance of hitting her or someone else.
It wasn't just the gun, it was someone trained to use the gun, really trained and not just by practicing in a range.
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