trimble

Registered bored user

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skeeter01 What does that even mean? 
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normalfreak2 I don't believe that at all. Your last sentence describes you perfectly. Well done.
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bret_watson Haha, self defense is not a legit use. Right.
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I-Am-Annoyed You will find most of the firearms "experts" at IAB get their expertise from TV, movies and talking heads and politicians that know even less. Oh, they will say things like "I have nothing against guns, I own a gun" and then go on to say plenty of things that make you hope they really don't.
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7eggert You know this how?
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bearbear01 That phrase "good guy with a gun" really grates on you doesn't it? This was a cop that did not do his job. "Good guy's and gal's with guns thwart crime every day 24/7.
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normalfreak2 Not sure I would refer to this deputy as a good guy.
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I-Am-Annoyed Thanks for responding to abetterworld  for me , I didn't feel like explaining the Bill of Rights and how fortunate we are to have had a handful of Founding Fathers that would not ratify The Constitution without them but that it does not mean we cant have laws to deal with guys like that shooter proactively rather than reactively. 
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skeeter01 I think you are a bit confused. Where in the world do you get your information on the NRA from? You seem to know nothing about the association. Nothing at all.
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abetterworld Yes, he made threats, they did not act on his threats. 
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The shooter was walking around with flashing neon signs saying he was dangerous and would do this yet the Police, FBI, School officials, family and friends did nothing. Now we hear this. Yeah, it's the guns fault alright.
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bubba5658 Me too, back when we were packing giant arena's and auditoriums.
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Good article. This goes on daily and has been for a long time. I'm sure the US and a bunch of others deal out plenty of disinformation to a lot of countries and the internet is just perfect for it. I've never Facebooked or Twittered. Heck IAB is one of very few sites I'll leave a comment on.
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It's an hour and a half concert but well worth the watch. Some pretty damn good stuff.
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daegog It is weird that some would think she is trying to equate Trump as a Nazi. His daughter and son-in-law are Jewish liberal democrats so that would make for some interesting family dinners to be sure.
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Still, all in all, pretty boring.
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fancylad I wish mine were a version of the M16. Where do you get those?
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Skin is good.
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It depends. 
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skeeter01 Thankfully, you are not King.
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skeeter01 There you go blaming the NRA as usual. How many of these mass shooters and criminals are NRA members?
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ImaginaryN You are just interpreting the Constitution the way you want it to be. Anyone who has actually studied the Constitution and how to read it knows you are wrong. Very wrong. You don't read the Constitution like a bedside Novel. You must study the writings of the day in order to understand the vernacular for one thing, right down to the use of upper/lower case, punctuation and phrasing. And you need at your side a good dictionary, one that has meanings dating back to the time of the framing. To actually study the Constitution is a daunting task but well worth it if you want to understand it.
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oobaka They count suicides, accidental discharge, shots fired near a school.