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Pokeno4Money

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This is how it's done, y'all ... defend yourself and your loved ones!





What a horrifying experience that poor mother went through, thank God she had a gun to protect herself and her children. Too bad she didn't pull the trigger!

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Reply #1 posted 03/29/17 5:16pm

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Pokeno4Money said:





What a horrifying experience that poor mother went through, thank God she had a gun to protect herself and her children. Too bad she didn't pull the trigger!


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Reply #2 posted 03/29/17 5:42pm

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So many stories about guns saving lives. Saved three more.
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Reply #3 posted 03/29/17 11:37pm

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And think about this.

Our society has become so violent and dangerous that home invaders feel totally comfortable in spending a considerable amount of time repeatedly trying to break into a house.

Through the front door.

In broad daylight.

In plain sight of a busy road just a few feet away.

That's damn scary, and all the more reason why guns are needed by homeowners.

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Reply #4 posted 03/30/17 5:43am

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i would have shot him through the door

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Reply #5 posted 03/30/17 5:56am

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"Killing him ensures he will never rob again" - J. Christ

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Reply #6 posted 03/30/17 6:11am

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DiminutiveRocker said:

"Killing him ensures he will never rob again" - J. Christ

works for fig trees! the point you miss is not about preventing him from killing days or weeks or years later...but right then. So unless you are going to say you are opposed to self defense... and if someone attacked you that you would not fight back... then you can not really say much about other that would or those that say people have the right to do so.

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Reply #7 posted 03/30/17 9:40am

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Cameo nightclub. one killed many injured. Guns mostly kill innocents. Move on. Honest gun control.

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Reply #8 posted 03/30/17 9:53am

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I bet none of y'all who are in this thread and bloviating about "this is how it's done!" actually have a
firearm. If you don't, you're really just up in here running your mouth.

Statistically speaking, a law abiding citizen being the victim of a violent crime probably doesn't
justify the purchasing of a firearm for self defense. Think about it: there is a chance that you
could die behind the wheel of your car today as we hear about mortal car accidents on the news
all the time. Yet, we still operate our cars anways despite knowing there is a chance that we
could perish; we play the odds all the time. Well, I play the odds in other parts of my USA life
too, including the risk of being the victim of a violent crime where a firearm could have been
useful. Of course, I could see if you were getting robbed or raped or burglarized or attacked
once a week or once a month or once a year. But most of us are not.

Crime is down.
Violent crimes are down.

This ain't exactly the Wild Wild West anymore and you guys are in here kneejerking to the media's
sensationalism of crime and smacking of hypocrisy as I'm sure none of youse are packing or even
planning on it.

[Edited 3/30/17 9:56am]

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Reply #9 posted 03/30/17 11:07am

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A lot of those guns are also used for suicide.

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Reply #10 posted 03/30/17 11:15am

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Dasein said:

I bet none of y'all who are in this thread and bloviating about "this is how it's done!" actually have a
firearm. If you don't, you're really just up in here running your mouth.


If you want to know if I own a firearm or not, break into my home and find out the hard way.




[Edited 3/30/17 11:16am]

We were HERE, where were you?

4 those that knew the number and didn't call... fk all y'all!
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Reply #11 posted 03/30/17 11:30am

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2freaky4church1 said:

A lot of those guns are also used for suicide.

yup about 2/3 of all gun deaths are suicide and most of them (and most other gun deaths) are with handguns... so what? are you suggesting that fact should be used to restrict gun ownership?

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Reply #12 posted 03/30/17 12:24pm

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Yea, gun control for mentally ill and criminals. You want bad guys to get guns.

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Reply #13 posted 03/30/17 12:29pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

Yea, gun control for mentally ill and criminals. You want bad guys to get guns.

you must not be talking to me as i have never said we can not or should not have any regulations. i simply do not believe you for one second that you are for anything close to reasonable regs. what is funny is i have been attacked and cursed out by far leftist for agreeing with some controls....lol

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Reply #14 posted 03/30/17 1:10pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

Yea, gun control for mentally ill and criminals. You want bad guys to get guns.


Strawman bullshit.

FAIL!

lol

We were HERE, where were you?

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Reply #15 posted 03/30/17 1:23pm

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djThunderfunk said:

2freaky4church1 said:

Yea, gun control for mentally ill and criminals. You want bad guys to get guns.


Strawman bullshit.

FAIL!

lol

and it is foolish as we have plenty of gun regulations. when people like him say they only want sensible gun laws that is a lie. we saw it when he mentioned suicide... my brother killed himself with pain pills... he did not need a gun. and pain pills are more heavily regulated than guns

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Reply #16 posted 03/30/17 2:08pm

Dasein

djThunderfunk said:

Dasein said:

I bet none of y'all who are in this thread and bloviating about "this is how it's done!" actually have a
firearm. If you don't, you're really just up in here running your mouth.


If you want to know if I own a firearm or not, break into my home and find out the hard way.




[Edited 3/30/17 11:16am]


Tuff guy, eh?

Besides, I wasn't talking to you anyways.

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Reply #17 posted 03/30/17 2:18pm

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Dasein said:

djThunderfunk said:


If you want to know if I own a firearm or not, break into my home and find out the hard way.




[Edited 3/30/17 11:16am]


Tuff guy, eh?

Besides, I wasn't talking to you anyways.



One way to find out.

[Edited 3/30/17 14:26pm]

We were HERE, where were you?

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Reply #18 posted 03/30/17 3:11pm

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All y'all are making the exact case for common sense gun laws. That is this - Guns are for the protection of your house and your property. I have no problem if you want to have one gun, or fifty guns, in your house.

But they are NOT for carrying in the general public. That's what we have police for.

Interesting sidenote: The Arkansas legislature just passed a bill that would allow anyone to carry a concealed weapon anywhere. And I mean anywhere - including the University of Arkansas's college football games.

The Southeastern Conference ("SEC") said - not so fast. We don't think it's a good idea to mix guns with drunken football fans. So if you want to allow guns in your stadium, maybe you don't need to be in the SEC any more.

There's now a proposed amendment to allow certain organizations - like colleges - to exempt themselves from the law and ban concealed carry in their stadiums.

The sports talks shows, and especially Paul Finebaum's, were pretty interesting yesterday!

But anyway - keep your guns at home. You don't need them in the general public.

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Reply #19 posted 03/30/17 3:31pm

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Dasein said:

I bet none of y'all who are in this thread and bloviating about "this is how it's done!" actually have a
firearm. If you don't, you're really just up in here running your mouth.

Statistically speaking, a law abiding citizen being the victim of a violent crime probably doesn't
justify the purchasing of a firearm for self defense. Think about it: there is a chance that you
could die behind the wheel of your car today as we hear about mortal car accidents on the news
all the time. Yet, we still operate our cars anways despite knowing there is a chance that we
could perish; we play the odds all the time. Well, I play the odds in other parts of my USA life
too, including the risk of being the victim of a violent crime where a firearm could have been
useful. Of course, I could see if you were getting robbed or raped or burglarized or attacked
once a week or once a month or once a year. But most of us are not.

Crime is down.
Violent crimes are down.

This ain't exactly the Wild Wild West anymore and you guys are in here kneejerking to the media's
sensationalism of crime and smacking of hypocrisy as I'm sure none of youse are packing or even
planning on it.


Move to Chicago, you'll see differently.

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Reply #20 posted 03/30/17 3:33pm

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No responsible gun owner would drink alcohol while carrying.

RodeoSchro said:

We don't think it's a good idea to mix guns with drunken football fans.



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Reply #21 posted 03/30/17 3:37pm

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Texas may allow concealed or open carry without a permit

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Reply #22 posted 03/30/17 3:43pm

Dasein

Pokeno4Money said:

Dasein said:

I bet none of y'all who are in this thread and bloviating about "this is how it's done!" actually have a
firearm. If you don't, you're really just up in here running your mouth.

Statistically speaking, a law abiding citizen being the victim of a violent crime probably doesn't
justify the purchasing of a firearm for self defense. Think about it: there is a chance that you
could die behind the wheel of your car today as we hear about mortal car accidents on the news
all the time. Yet, we still operate our cars anways despite knowing there is a chance that we
could perish; we play the odds all the time. Well, I play the odds in other parts of my USA life
too, including the risk of being the victim of a violent crime where a firearm could have been
useful. Of course, I could see if you were getting robbed or raped or burglarized or attacked
once a week or once a month or once a year. But most of us are not.

Crime is down.
Violent crimes are down.

This ain't exactly the Wild Wild West anymore and you guys are in here kneejerking to the media's
sensationalism of crime and smacking of hypocrisy as I'm sure none of youse are packing or even
planning on it.


Move to Chicago, you'll see differently.


The problem in Chicago, at its core, is not Chicagoans being unable to equip its law abiding citizens
with guns.

What a fatuous response this is, Pokeno.

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Reply #23 posted 03/30/17 3:47pm

Dasein

RodeoSchro said:

All y'all are making the exact case for common sense gun laws. That is this - Guns are for the protection of your house and your property. I have no problem if you want to have one gun, or fifty guns, in your house.

But they are NOT for carrying in the general public. That's what we have police for.



But anyway - keep your guns at home. You don't need them in the general public.


Agreed.

But I want to add that having one gun or fifty in your house may not be what prevents your home
from being potentially invaded by some asshole, just like capital punishment has not been shown
to be an effective deterrent against violent crimes.

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Reply #24 posted 03/30/17 4:02pm

OnlyNDaUsa

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Dasein said:

RodeoSchro said:

All y'all are making the exact case for common sense gun laws. That is this - Guns are for the protection of your house and your property. I have no problem if you want to have one gun, or fifty guns, in your house.

But they are NOT for carrying in the general public. That's what we have police for.



But anyway - keep your guns at home. You don't need them in the general public.


Agreed.

But I want to add that having one gun or fifty in your house may not be what prevents your home
from being potentially invaded by some asshole, just like capital punishment has not been shown
to be an effective deterrent against violent crimes.

the best part of having the right to own guns is you also have the right to NOT have any

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Reply #25 posted 03/30/17 4:42pm

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Pokeno4Money said:

No responsible gun owner would drink alcohol while carrying.

RodeoSchro said:

We don't think it's a good idea to mix guns with drunken football fans.





That's not good enough for me, because you can't guranantee me that all gun owners are responsible, nor can you guarantee me that no irresponsible gun owners would get drunk at football games.

It's the exact same prinicpal as driving under the influence of alcohol being against the law. No responsible drinker would ever do that, and yet...

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Reply #26 posted 03/30/17 4:42pm

Dasein

OnlyNDaUsa said:

Dasein said:


Agreed.

But I want to add that having one gun or fifty in your house may not be what prevents your home
from being potentially invaded by some asshole, just like capital punishment has not been shown
to be an effective deterrent against violent crimes.

the best part of having the right to own guns is you also have the right to NOT have any


Clinging to the right to bear arms in 2017 is a historical anachronism. The second amendment
makes sense in 1777; it does not make too much sense in 2017. If only police and military per-
sonnel were allowed to carry guns, that home invader we're worrying about is coming thru your
windows only with a pair of brass knuckles. And last time I checked, Louisville Sluggers were still
being sold. Besides: instinctually, you agree with me because I'm willing to wager my Nissan
Versa that you ain't packing, and neither is anybody else in this thread.


And for those of you who love the second amendment and claim that it's in place to keep us safe
from the potential tyranny of the state, there ain't much your dumb ass AR-15 is gonna do against
a stealth bomber and the SEAL unit who stops by to make sure you're dead after you've been nuked.

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Reply #27 posted 03/30/17 4:43pm

Dasein

RodeoSchro said:

Pokeno4Money said:

No responsible gun owner would drink alcohol while carrying.



That's not good enough for me, because you can't guranantee me that all gun owners are responsible, nor can you guarantee me that no irresponsible gun owners would get drunk at football games.

It's the exact same prinicpal as driving under the influence of alcohol being against the law. No responsible drinker would ever do that, and yet...


Great, great, great counter-argument, Schro.

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Reply #28 posted 03/30/17 4:57pm

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There was this one guy yesterday who harped on about how no mass shooting ever occurs anywhere but in a gun-free zone. But without an concealed carry/open carry situation, EVERYWHERE is a "gun-free" zone. What a bogus argument.

You know where a REAL gun-free zone is?

An Army base.

I bet the Army knows a little bit more about where firearms should and shouldn't be than some Second Amendment varmint hunter living in the backwoods of Arkansas.

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Reply #29 posted 03/30/17 4:58pm

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Dasein said:

RodeoSchro said:



That's not good enough for me, because you can't guranantee me that all gun owners are responsible, nor can you guarantee me that no irresponsible gun owners would get drunk at football games.

It's the exact same prinicpal as driving under the influence of alcohol being against the law. No responsible drinker would ever do that, and yet...


Great, great, great counter-argument, Schro.



Thanks! I'm sure I've just solved the gun controversy!

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