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Christian Parents Should Have Their Kids Play with Toy Guns

McGovern Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 4:48 PM
Three-fourths of Hollywood's movies would have no plot without guns. I will give you this much, Tun, your post certainly qualifies as the most stupid of the day.
McGovern Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 5:37 PM

Sleeping in separate beds and smoking cigarettes hardly qualify for a necessity in a movie plot.

Try filming nearly any action movie without guns.

By the way, I love your generalizations about me. I'm a consumer, not a creator. I'm not forward-thinking. Have you been talking to my wife again?
ItsAWLgood Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 5:27 PM

Is a Drone Among Drones
TunTavern Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 5:23 PM
Movies and tv shows used to show married couples sleeping in seperate beds.
Movies and tv shows used to feature only straight white men as heros.
Movies and tv shows used to re-enforce religious beliefs...
Movies and tv shows used to feature cigarette smoking as the norm.
etc. etc....
TunTavern Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 5:06 PM
Currently, guns are essential to action movies. But that can change. We've already see action movies where the hero relies on a bow and arrow, or cyber war, or any number of other options.

But this is the difference between the right and the left. You see what's happening NOW...and and that's all you see.

According to CBS, St. Louis, Pastor Rodney Francis, of the Washington Tabernacle Baptist Church, wants to keep kiddos away from guns, so this summer his church is planning a “toy gun buy back” program. How quaint. I kid you not: A. Toy. Gun. Buy. Back. Sounds like he’s setting up the next generation to be victimized slaves to bad people and policies.

Yep, Reverend Rodney “feels” he needs to do “everything (he) can to not allow our kids to get exposed to (guns) too early.” Aww ... ain’t that sweet? Hey, maybe he could also hand out during that...