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tibby2 Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 9:47 AM
The gun is not responsible, the powder inside the shell casing is. If it weren't for the powder then the bullet could not be fired. Remove all controls on guns and bullets but ban the powder !
Luscious Lars Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 9:56 AM
It's easy to make your own powder out of some sulpher, magnesium, and charcoal. Please don't let them ban charcoal. Then I'd have to switch to gas to bbq and I so love the natural wood smoke taste which charcoal adds to foods, even if it's more inconvenient to use than gas. I take some time while the charcoal is heating up to have a nice micro brew beer and reflect on life, while relaxing a bit. We don't do enough relaxing anymore. Everything has to be immediate now-a-days. Call me an old codger or a stick in the mud. See if I care. If you outlaw charcoal, only outlaws will have weber charcoal grills. I will be counted among the outlaws.
tibby2 Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 10:05 AM
lars

The EPA will regulate charcoal through its rules that now say that carbon dioxide is a pollutant. (Its a global warming thing.)

The EPA wants to regulate what plants breathe. By the way water vapor is also a greenhouse gas.

(Welcome fellow outlaw)
Simplecaveman Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 10:17 AM
Water vapor is the most abundant greenhouse gas as well.

Not really, but you'd think this nationally-televised sermon on gun control might at least land the guy an offer of a weekend show, or something.  In the wake of the horrific murder-suicide that rocked the NFL over the weekend, Costas devoted a halftime monologue during NBC's Sunday Night Football broadcast to repeating the anti-gun inanities of a Kansas City-based sportswriter:
 


MSNBC joking aside, this was not one of the famed sportscaster's finer moments.  Costas can't hide behind the "I was merely quoting someone else's opinion"...

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