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(NBC New York)   If you picked New Jersey as the location of the next mass shooting, come up and claim your prize. Several dead, including the shooter, after a "shootout" in a supermarket   (nbcnewyork.com) divider line 410
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gja [TotalFark]
2012-08-31 09:12:05 PM

Dimensio: calm like a bomb: Trivia Jockey: It's going to take dozens and dozens more of these shootings before anyone has the balls to start challenging the NRA's lobbying power and influence.

This makes me sick. As does each shooting.

It isn't going to change. That war is over, we lost, and the price we will pay for the right of self-righteous honkeys to own military grade weaponry and armor piercing bullets is that sometimes one of them will get all shooty.

Military-grade weaponry is restricted by the National Firearms Act of 1934. Handgun ammunition capable of penetrating body armour (legally determined by composition of the bullet core) is prohibited to civilians by federal law.

Civilian disarmament advocates "lose" because they consistently demonstrate themselves fundamentally ignorant of firearms terminology and even of existing regulations when proposing new restrictions. Their ignorance results in their proposals being entirely unreasonable and irrational infringements upon liberty. An unfortunate consequence of this ignorance is that even reasonable and rational proposals are adamantly opposed by firearm ownership rights advocacy organizations due to a conditioned response from numerous previous proposals that were not reasonable.


Someone just got a month of TF......
 
2012-08-31 10:24:32 PM

gja: Someone just got a month of TF......


Awww, bless. The guntards are getting all touchy-feely-kissy-smoochy.
 
gja [TotalFark]
2012-08-31 11:17:03 PM

gweilo8888: gja: Someone just got a month of TF......

Awww, bless. The guntards are getting all touchy-feely-kissy-smoochy.


Come up with a lucid, well thought-out and reasonable argument and you can get the same.
Otherwise, take your snark and bile and go sit in a corner like the rest of the kids whose moms have to pin notes to their clothing so they make it home after riding the short bus.
 
2012-09-01 12:11:19 AM

gja: Dimensio: calm like a bomb: Trivia Jockey: It's going to take dozens and dozens more of these shootings before anyone has the balls to start challenging the NRA's lobbying power and influence.

This makes me sick. As does each shooting.

It isn't going to change. That war is over, we lost, and the price we will pay for the right of self-righteous honkeys to own military grade weaponry and armor piercing bullets is that sometimes one of them will get all shooty.

Military-grade weaponry is restricted by the National Firearms Act of 1934. Handgun ammunition capable of penetrating body armour (legally determined by composition of the bullet core) is prohibited to civilians by federal law.

Civilian disarmament advocates "lose" because they consistently demonstrate themselves fundamentally ignorant of firearms terminology and even of existing regulations when proposing new restrictions. Their ignorance results in their proposals being entirely unreasonable and irrational infringements upon liberty. An unfortunate consequence of this ignorance is that even reasonable and rational proposals are adamantly opposed by firearm ownership rights advocacy organizations due to a conditioned response from numerous previous proposals that were not reasonable.

Someone just got a month of TF......


Your gesture is appreciated.
 
2012-09-01 12:30:26 AM

TonnageVT: Damn, last week's NYC shooting was right outside of the pub I watch football at every weekend. This one is in the town next over from where I live.

Getting a little too close to home...farking stop you coonts.


this can happen anywheres...but stay glock-residue free my friend!
 
2012-09-01 01:12:57 AM
Three points:

1. Switzerland - Every adult male in Switzerland is issued a military sidearm (a pistol), which they are required to keep in their homes in between annual civilian militia training. Switzerland also has one of the lowest gun homicide rates in the world.
Ref: http://www.eda.admin.ch/eda/en/home/reps/nameri/vusa/wasemb/polaff/gun own.html
2. Brazil - Among the lowest, worldwide, per capita gun ownership numbers but is among the highest in homicides by firearms.
Ref: http://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonoberholtzer/2012/07/24/we-have-a-lot- of-guns/
3. "Marine" in the article - NEVER deployed overseas and served 2 years. That means he got kicked out - likely under other than honorable circumstances or straight dishonorably discharged. That is tantamount to being a felon, never being able to vote again and unable to legally own firearms.
Ref: RTFA.

/Draw your own conclusions.
 
2012-09-01 04:00:02 AM

Casey Anthony: Only cowards own guns.


Only idiots rely on cops to save you from a "coward."
 
2012-09-01 06:24:24 AM

automaticman: Three points:

1. Switzerland - Every adult male in Switzerland is issued a military sidearm (a pistol), which they are required to keep in their homes in between annual civilian militia training. Switzerland also has one of the lowest gun homicide rates in the world.
Ref: http://www.eda.admin.ch/eda/en/home/reps/nameri/vusa/wasemb/polaff/gun own.html
2. Brazil - Among the lowest, worldwide, per capita gun ownership numbers but is among the highest in homicides by firearms.
Ref: http://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonoberholtzer/2012/07/24/we-have-a-lot- of-guns/
3. "Marine" in the article - NEVER deployed overseas and served 2 years. That means he got kicked out - likely under other than honorable circumstances or straight dishonorably discharged. That is tantamount to being a felon, never being able to vote again and unable to legally own firearms.
Ref: RTFA.

/Draw your own conclusions.


If he was dishonorably discharged he was already violating the law for possessing a weapon. As you said, it's the same as a felony for all intents and purposes.
 
2012-09-01 04:56:19 PM

gja: Come up with a lucid, well thought-out and reasonable argument and you can get the same.
Otherwise, take your snark and bile and go sit in a corner like the rest of the kids whose moms have to pin notes to their clothing so they make it home after riding the short bus.


Awww, bless. Guntard got her panties in a bunch.
 
gja [TotalFark]
2012-09-02 05:47:45 PM

gweilo8888: gja: Come up with a lucid, well thought-out and reasonable argument and you can get the same.
Otherwise, take your snark and bile and go sit in a corner like the rest of the kids whose moms have to pin notes to their clothing so they make it home after riding the short bus.

Awww, bless. Guntard got her panties in a bunch.


FYI I'm a dude. Try underpants (checking....nope not in a bunch).

/haters gonna hate I suppose, whatevs
 
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