One Of These Is Banned [Pic]

Submitted by: drawman61 1 year ago in

I"d laugh if it wasn"t so tragic
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Male 1,277
I`m pretty sure that 6 year olds can`t bring M 16 to school so does that mean there banned too
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Male 2,396
Who said I wanted to ban all guns McGovern? Read my first comment in this forum. Like most advocating stricter gun control, it`s just that: I want to see better training, testing, and licensing. I`ll forgive your transgression tho, as all too many are confused about the notion of gun control...

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Male 2,396
An example of a carry state with a higher homicide rate? Oklahoma! Their intentonal homicide rate was up to 5.7 from 5.3

As for trying to change the subject to alcohol after telling someone you disagreed with to shut up...I guess I`ve read your tone differently.

As I said in the beginning tho, I agree this poster is a weak argument....it takes a page out of your book.
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Male 14,332
[quote]But the book doesn`t kill people, and they haven`t banned alcohol, they`ve band a book with a picture of alcohol.

Books kill less people than guns.[/quote]

Read my facts below and show me where it is banned right now. If I put up a picture of the bible or mein kampf I bet we`d hear some different opinions abut books. Haven`t even you blamed religion for deaths?
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Male 14,332
[quote]I find it ironic when people argue this picture is a poor example and comparison, and then make poor comparisons themselves to alcohol related issues. Your hypocrisy only gives your opposition ammunition. [/quote]

And what hypocrisy would that be I`m not the one preacing to ban either. I`m the one showing you what you sound like dictating what people can and can`t have for "safety" with an example of something actually banned for that reason.

[quote]You want a pat on the back when crime rates go slightly down in a carry state, but cry foul if someone points out one in which they increased[/quote]

And we`re yet to see this example.
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Male 2,396
I find it ironic when people argue this picture is a poor example and comparison, and then make poor comparisons themselves to alcohol related issues. Your hypocrisy only gives your opposition ammunition.

You want a pat on the back when crime rates go slightly down in a carry state, but cry foul if someone points out one in which they increased. And if somebody points out that DC has seen roughly a 75% drop in homicide rate over the past ten years...
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Male 1,292
@McGovern1981

But the book doesn`t kill people, and they haven`t banned alcohol, they`ve band a book with a picture of alcohol.

Books kill less people than guns.
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Male 1,059
One is explicitly constitutionally protected and the other isn`t. However, are they saying firearms are allowed in schools? Which one? I`d like to start sending my kids there so they won`t be completely unprotected fish in a barrel like at every other school I`ve ever heard of.
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Male 37,669
@MrOrange: You DID notice that my comment was directed at @CreamK?
That I was, in fact, being sardonic???
No? Over your head again?
Typical.

Are you attempting to DENY that Little Red Riding Hood contains Violence, Murder and Alcohol? Revisionism much? Sheesh!!

Fish + barrel = @MrOrange...
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Male 14,332
How many shootings did you see?

[quote]Two weeks. Looks like you think I have something against people frome the US. I don`t. I love the US[/quote]

It seems many of you do though...fair enough!

[quote]I just can`t see how so much tolerance for guns can be considered ok.[/quote]

Do you realize contrary to popular belief and what news likes to portray we do have laws for them. There`s a lot of factors at work with why people kill people when you start blaming an object you start ignoring the actual problems and have a temporary solution.
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Male 1,015
I went through a roadtrip across west US, starting in LA and ending in San Francisco, going into nevada and back. Two weeks. Looks like you think I have something against people frome the US. I don`t. I love the US. I just can`t see how so much tolerance for guns can be considered ok.
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Male 14,332
Have you ever even visited the USA? Tell me something it`s a fact alcohol kills far more than firearms who you like to dictate that too for yur "safety."
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Male 14,332
[quote]Well in our "magical land" shootings are really uncommon... but of course we know nothing[/quote]

Do I have to show you a list do disprove the delusion again. You seem to think you know everying and whats best for everyone that`s you problem. What you don`t know is how to shut up and tend to your own problems.
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Male 56
I bet I know which one the sexual predator will go after.
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Male 1,015
"And in the magical land of Europe they`ve somehow used their magical power of Eurokhuntist delusions of grandeur to make guns non existent......."

Well in our "magical land" shootings are really uncommon... but of course we know nothing
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Male 14,332
Except in every place they do exsist of course but we`ll just keep our head in the sand about that cause Europe knows what`s best for everyone else it`s how we started two world wars!
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Male 14,332
[quote]"in the event of a school shooting." ... which will happen because lunatics can find guns almost everywhere in the US[/quote]

And in the magical land of Europe they`ve somehow used their magical power of Eurokhuntist delusions of grandeur to make guns non existent.......
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Male 1,015
"in the event of a school shooting." ... which will happen because lunatics can find guns almost everywhere in the US
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Male 579
Stop overloading my logic circuits! Nice try lefties, but the gun would keep both kids alive in the hands of a trained adult in the event of a school shooting. You take guns away from the responsible legal folks then there is nothing to stop the lunatic who would acquire weapons by any means necessary. Sorry, the lunatics, criminals, and evil folks don`t actually abide by all your gun control laws, go figure! I know it`s a shock to you lefties, but some nifty sign that says "No guns oon premises" never stopped anyone from committing an armed crime.
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Male 7,733
CreamK-[quote]The one who can`t see what the hell is wrong in those pictures need to take a deep hard look at your values.[/quote]
We see exactly what is wrong in those pictures: It`s called `False Equivalency`.

Also is demonstrated that Moms Demand Action are unable to make a LOGICAL argument. (After all, it`s all about the `feels`.)

Most rational people are not stupid enough to fall for this false equivalency just because they put cute, innocent looking kids in the picture. (and remember, it was the Moms Demand Action that put that rifle in a child`s hands...rational people would not do so)
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Male 2,058
There is no school that allows that weapon in the library.
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Male 14,332
[quote]there is more smut and gore in the bibble then all of Tarantino`s movies [/quote]

Tell me where that`s allowed in public school in the US again? Guess which country does though! For one I say let them read such things they can`t live in a bubble for ever this is reality.
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Male 14,332
[quote]As for why Europe cares, maybe it`s because they`re a little nervous...The US does own roughly half of all the worlds guns.[/quote]

Hmmm take at look at the countries here and what continent they`re in.....

Weren`t some Eurotwats here going on about how great Finland is not too long ago seems like they want to pick and choose what to see to fit their agenda huh?
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Male 2,419
"You thinks little kids should read books filled with VIOLENCE, MURDER and ALCOHOL?
What kind of FREAK are you???"

A bibble thumper perhaps? or you know, someone who believes in intelligent design? people that believe that america should be christian?

there is more smut and gore in the bibble then all of Tarantino`s movies
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Male 675
Yeah, we all know how well criminals follow the law. Restricting or banning guns will only affect those who obey the law, not the idiot criminals who go on shooting sprees.

Besides, no law or government has the the authority to take my natural right to defend myself and the ones I love. The only people who need to fear my firearms are those who intend to do me harm.
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Male 15,832
To all you "enlightened" holier-that-thou Europeans, the next time someone breaks into your house, hit him with a book.
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Male 37,669
@boreddaddy: naw, just California Liberal Democrats. :-?

Lots of books are banned though, it`s really amazing. But no one cares anymore.
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Male 37,669
@CreamK: You thinks little kids should read books filled with VIOLENCE, MURDER and ALCOHOL?
What kind of FREAK are you???

No one advocates little kids taking guns to school. That`s a Strawman. Which makes the "argument" presented here phoney-liberal-baloney.
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Male 48
Holy poo !! The federal government has banned books? Does this mean I can`t buy this book anymore? Have they started requiring us to register these books? Is it a felony to own a copy of this book? I sure am glad I`ve already stocked up on "books".
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Male 1,421
The one who can`t see what the hell is wrong in those pictures need to take a deep hard look at your values. If you don`t get it, think about this: american movies get rated to more mature audiences if it has boobs but has no problem depicting violence. One of those things is wonderful and the other is sick. Which one?
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Male 37,669
This is an argument for LESS liberal bullship in schools and MORE parent involvement.

Srsly...
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Male 1
The idiocy is that the governing "I know better what you need, than you" body forces these changes based on a scant minority of idiots. Instilling fear of guns. They are tools, books are also tools. Kids need actual parents involved their lives who guide and ground them in reality.
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Male 413
is this trying to say ban guns or un-ban little red riding hood? because if you`re using the logic that, "well little red riding hood is banned, so should guns be" then you`re a retard.
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Male 992
chicagojay: It`s a nice day for something! Especially for a little interplanetary wick dipping with a hot lipped Venusian.
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Male 7,775

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Male 13,624
To be fair I would rather be attacked by a book, than a gun... just a thought
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Male 2,579
If every teacher in every class had a gun like that and were trained to use it properly school shootings would be successful.
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Male 4,893

jaysingrimm -

How does europe have any right to care? Your statement of USA owning half the guns in the world is referring to privately owned guns. How does private ownership affect europe? It doesn`t.

You can call it paranoid to worry about the guvment, but history shows different.
Yea, you are right...it would be hard to stop a drone with a AK47.
If the American government were to overstep it`s bounds, it`s the boys in blue, not the ones in cammo that will enforce tyranny.

Lastly, we haven`t changed the definition of "assault weapons". You have. That weapon shown in the picture isn`t an assault riffle. It`s no different than my Mini 14, which shoots the same round. They are both semi auto. One is scary black, and the other looks like the gun my grandpa goes hunting with. They both do the same exact thing, yet no one has ever called the mini 14 an "assault riffle" and no one has suggested banning it specifically.
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Male 2,396
So to recap, the US has banned Kinder Eggs because of stupid people, but won`t tighten gun control for the same reason?
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Male 2,396
As for why Europe cares, maybe it`s because they`re a little nervous...The US does own roughly half of all the worlds guns.

And if your having trouble seeing an assault rifle in the picture, maybe it`s because the US was the ONLY country in the WORLD to change the definition of one...
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Male 7,733
Listypoos-[quote] you took it waaaaay too far when you banned Kinder eggs. [/quote]
Kinder eggs were banned for two specific reasons:
Stupid People.
Overly Litigious Lawyers.
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Male 2,396
I agree, not a good example. Making a comparison like this is as weak an argument as when the pro gun side compares statistics to drinking and driving.

Personally, like most advocating stricter gun control, I don`t think all guns should be banned, but better regulated. Better training and testing (maybe a psych. eval.?). Everything licensed, everywhere. I support a properly regulated militia, run by the local community but with oversight. Who knows where that could even lead over time...better trained and equipped part time/volunteer police? That`s probably a better way to fight crime than a bunch of poorly trained, sometimes unlicensed John MClane`s running around. In the very least there would be a properly trained militia. What really surprises me is that some seem to resist the idea based on some sort of paranoid speculation about the "guv`mnt". Would you alone armed with an AK-47 stop a drone anyhow?
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Male 1,442
actually, both of these are not allowed to be in children`s hands, and both of these are allowed to be in adult`s hands. This is stupid.
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Male 10,339
I wonder if the two districts that banned LRRH were liberal or conservative?
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Male 14,332
[quote">the only recorded examples of Little Red Riding Hood being banned took place in 1990 -- 23 years ago -- and occurred in just two California school districts[/quote">

Source.
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Male 10,339
I don`t see the assault weapon in the picture.
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Male 1,558
Again, isn`t that how the Third Reich started??
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Male 14,332
Bitches about something being banned in a specific place wants to ban something everywhere......
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Male 14,332
More anti gunner lies you make the best case against yourselves!

[quote]Why do you care anyways, europe? [/quote]

They think they know what`s best for everyone which is pretty much how they started two world wars....
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Male 4,893

Little Red Riding Hood isn`t banned in America.

It may not be allowed in school library`s, but neither are AR-15`s.
This is misleading. No, it`s an outright lie.

Americans don`t want firearms ban. Even if you could get a complete firarms ban on the books, it would be impossible to enforce. Not hard, but impossible...without starting a 2nd civil war...or maybe it would be a 2nd revolutionary war.

Why do you care anyways, europe?
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Male 371
Why are we wasting time trying to ban guns? If we don`t want people murdering each other, then let`s ban murder and be done with it.
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Male 1,106
Listypoos is right: Banning Kinder Surprise Eggs was definitely going to far. I look forward to buying them for my kids every time we visit the in-laws in Canada.
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Male 2,376
"Banning guns would be ridiculous? Oh ok, it mustn`t work for the majority of the world then."

actually it doesn`t your homework and quit quoting piece of trash morgan.

hey IAB your new add software is breaking the site, could hardly write this

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Male 636
And by the way Little Red Riding Hood is not Banned by American Schools, not being part of the curriculum is different than being banned.

If it really was banned than if an 18 year old High School student wanted to read the book they would not be allowed to carry it onto the premises and have it immediately confiscated if they did, is that the case?
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Male 2,619
Banning guns would be ridiculous? Oh ok, it mustn`t work for the majority of the world then.
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Male 3,147
I couldn`t care less if Red Riding Hood is banned over there but ffs you took it waaaaay too far when you banned Kinder eggs.

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Male 636
@zed68 It says "banned in America", not banned in American Public Schools which is what it should say if it wanted to get the correct point across, which wouldn`t make sense because Assault rifle are also baned in American public schools.
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Male 1,015
My bad... it seems it is still banned (in some schools)
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Male 1,015
@ajd121 : "has been" banned. It was banned for the use of alcohol (there`s a bottle of wine in the basket)
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Male 1,106
This is the tactic of comparing two completely different situations in order to make the one look ridiculous. Is it ridiculous Little Red was banned in the past? Yes. But does that make not banning guns more ridiculous now? No. Each debate is dealing with a separate issue in society, and to compare the two is comparing apples and oranges.
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Male 358
red riding hood is banned in schools but not the home and i believe assault rifles aren`t allowed in school either so what`s the problem?
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Male 636
Little Red Riding Hood is banned in America? That is either Huge 1st Amendment breaking News or just a flat out lie.
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Male 2,058
Hey, Checkered Demon? S. Clay?
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Male 2,058
Who keeps that book out of the schools?
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Male 992
Little Red Riding Hood is a subversive piece of literature that perpetrates the myth of gender inequality and paints Big Bad Wolves in a bad light. I think the ban on it is BS and should be lifted.
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Male 7,775
Link: One Of These Is Banned [Pic] [Rate Link] - I`d laugh if it wasn`t so tragic
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