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I was just thinking the same thing. Maybe a nice 1911 or even better, an EBR (evil black rifle). Don't think I will have it engraved to commemorate the day though.
Part of the challenge of hunting is finding the animals, by scouting on foot, reading sign, and knowing how they tend to behave. If you don't want the challenge, find another activity. Some of the new technology is great, but much of it just produces lazy hunters. But then, laziness is rampant throughout our society. BAN THEM.
I think your sex life is about the only thing they don't want to regulate.
If he he trolling for interns, they should have a picture of him walking backwards with his fly unzipped.
This was not a "mass shooting." It was an attempted murder that happened to take place at a school. The kid that confronted the shooter (if that report is accurate) is a hero. And law enforcement responded correctly, by going immediately instead of waiting for the entire force to show up. Kudos to the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Department.
There is a simple solution to this problem. One that has already been used effectively. A concealed carry permit, a .45 (or whatever caliber you prefer), and the willingness to use it. A young punk in Detroit came down with an acute case of lead poisoning after he tried to play with the wrong guy. If that happens a few more times, these little punks might get the message. Unfortunately, it won't help in NYC, DC, Chicago and other cities with strict gun control laws.
This tool is dumber than a bag of hammers....or a bag of low information voters, which he is helping to create and maintain. It would be funny if it weren't so pathetic.
when you stay home, you just help keep the thugs in office. That makes you part of the problem.
Pretty sure he just lost the election.
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Crazier Than Liberals

troutbum5 Wrote: Sep 19, 2013 4:27 PM
The primary cause was their severe mental illness, and likely, that most of them either weren't taking their meds properly, they weren't prescribed properly, and/or they weren't receiving complete, proper treatment. Psycotropic drugs help far more people than they harm, just as firearms prevent far more crime than they cause. I am by no means excusing his actions, but Alexis reached out for help many times, to the VA, the RI cops and others, and he didn't receive the help he needed. For all of the reasons Ms. Coulter stated. They system let him down, and ultimately let the victims down, just as it has done so many times in the past. Fixing the system is a slippery slope though. On one hand, we need to get some of these people off of the streets. On the other, therapists and psychiatrists tend to lean left, and they might be a little liberal (pun intended) in their decisions to declare someone dangerous and therefore deny them their 2nd Amendment rights. Somewhere there is a workable compromise.
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Starbucks and Guns

troutbum5 Wrote: Sep 19, 2013 11:52 AM
This is much ado about nothing. All they are asking is that people don't open carry, since it has a tendency to scare the sheeple who have been conditioned to believe that anyone other than a cop with a gun is going to kill them. Which could potentially hurt their business. Read the letter; it's pretty much "we ask you not to carry, but, wink wink, nudge nudge, we really don't mind if you keep it out of sight". Open carry in most circumstances is, I believe, foolish anyway.
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