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(Journal News)   Suburban NY newspaper published names and addresses of gun permit holders. Some people had a problem with this, like the guy who mailed them suspicious white powder   (lohud.com) divider line 149
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2013-01-03 04:26:28 PM

Cdr.Murdock: moothemagiccow: Cdr.Murdock: Someone associated with said newspaper sends an "envelope full of domestic terrorism" as you called it, sweetie pie. Of course it turns out to be harmless.

Look up the definition for terrorism. Try somewhere other than CNN.

Go to a bank and hand the teller a note that says you have a gun. See how the police react when they discover you're unarmed. If you're right and this isn't terrorism, they'll laugh about it and send you home.

Um, that's a robbery.

The whole point being: If I mail myself a note with a "powdery white substance", or a news reporter mails himself / herself an envelope with a "powdery white substance" in it, it's not an act of terrorism.

You can't terrorize yourself. That was kinda my whole point. It may be fraud, risking a catastrophe, falsifying a police report, or maybe even mail fraud for all I know.

But, if a reporter mailed this to themselves to play the publicity whore. It's not terrorism.

Nice parting shot with the CNN comment, but I don't have cable TV. Sorry.....


Interesting question. If you mail yourself a white powder and intentionally ramp up publicity of it creating a climate of fear and intimidation, is it terrorism? How far is "I'll kill you if you don't agree with me" from "someone out there will kill you if you don't agree with me," anyway?
 
2013-01-03 04:31:26 PM

TofuTheAlmighty: Theaetetus: The proper response to that is an invasion of privacy suit

Collating and disseminating public records is an invasion of privacy?


Yes, it is.  It just happens to be a permitted invasion because the gun permit law was carelessly written to make permit info public for any reason or none.

The  Journal News has issued one lame justification  for doing this:  "we think our readers may be interested."  That's not good enough.
 
2013-01-03 04:39:22 PM

ProfessorOhki: Interesting question. If you mail yourself a white powder and intentionally ramp up publicity of it creating a climate of fear and intimidation, is it terrorism? How far is "I'll kill you if you don't agree with me" from "someone out there will kill you if you don't agree with me," anyway?


Because you are creating public fear, wasting public resources like fire, rescue, police, etc.  There are procedures in place that require federal intervention and assistance, that is wasting more money and resources...
 
2013-01-03 04:41:59 PM
An employee had opened an envelope with the powder, Chong said.

Tommy?
 
2013-01-03 04:42:27 PM

ProfessorOhki: Rich Cream: dittybopper: There *MAY* be some small percentage of people who have sold their guns, because they are too old, need the money, or whatever. They will be in the distinct minority, however.

Ok, or a woman was being threatened, she acquired the weapon, the threat abated and she tosses the weapon because she's uncomfortable without an immediate reason for having it.

Ah yes, the "because womenfolk are afraid of guns," scenario.


Ah yes, the "anyone without a gun is terrified of guns" scenario
 
2013-01-03 04:43:06 PM

BarkingUnicorn: TofuTheAlmighty: Theaetetus: The proper response to that is an invasion of privacy suit

Collating and disseminating public records is an invasion of privacy?

Yes, it is.  It just happens to be a permitted invasion because the gun permit law was carelessly written to make permit info public for any reason or none.

The  Journal News has issued one lame justification  for doing this:  "we think our readers may be interested."  That's not good enough.


Well, there are a few licence plates I would like to,,,
That is the logic used last week when we invoked registering dogs, cats, and cars, eh?
The goose and gander have no exclusive on fractured thinking masquerading as logic.
There is a real problem with collecting lists of law abiding citizens. You know that.
Why do you know that?
Because you feel safe in your castle?
 
2013-01-03 04:43:31 PM

BarkingUnicorn: TofuTheAlmighty: Theaetetus: The proper response to that is an invasion of privacy suit

Collating and disseminating public records is an invasion of privacy?

Yes, it is.  It just happens to be a permitted invasion because the gun permit law was carelessly written to make permit info public for any reason or none.

The  Journal News has issued one lame justification  for doing this:  "we think our readers may be interested."  That's not good enough.


Actually that is good enought. The information is Public they don't need any reason to release it. Info that is public can be published

Although I've always wondered if you could file for copyright and trademarks on yourself and abuse IP laws to prevent publishing of info about you
 
2013-01-03 04:46:05 PM

Bill_Wick's_Friend: The crowd that takes glamor shots of their guns, that puts "This house protected by Smith & Wesson" stickers on their front doors, that poses with small arsenals and posts those pictures in social media and who insist that open carry is the way to be safe....these are the people who are mewling and whinging that someone somewhere gave away the giant "secret" that they are gun owners?

Maybe they wanna think that through before they continue with their pointless kvetching?



It seems that you conflated a small subset of fanatic gun owners with ALL gun owners, but it's hard to believe you could be that stupid.
 
2013-01-03 04:52:26 PM

jaytkay: ProfessorOhki: Rich Cream: dittybopper: There *MAY* be some small percentage of people who have sold their guns, because they are too old, need the money, or whatever. They will be in the distinct minority, however.

Ok, or a woman was being threatened, she acquired the weapon, the threat abated and she tosses the weapon because she's uncomfortable without an immediate reason for having it.

Ah yes, the "because womenfolk are afraid of guns," scenario.

Ah yes, the "anyone without a gun is terrified of guns" scenario


That... doesn't make a damn bit of sense. They said that they HAD a gun and then became uncomfortable without there being a currently pending threat. Are you saying that they got rid of their guns because they were scared because they had no guns? Pretty sure that's a paradox - help me out here.
 
2013-01-03 04:54:10 PM

buckler: Loadmaster: MorePeasPlease: I thought it funny when someone questioned why the paper wasn't publishing the home addresses of the armed guards it hired.

Loadmaster: This was also mentioned in today's Day By Day comic strip

buckler: I don't even understand the punchline panel in context with the rest of the strip. Conservative "humor" strikes again.

The last panel is a reference to a previous strip, wherein Skye's abusive ex-boyfriend Karl threatened to come after her. That's why she bought a handgun in the first place, even though she's a liberal who opposes gun ownership.

That's a very strange creative choice.


When the going gets strange, the creative turn pro.

/paraphrased from another gun nut
 
2013-01-03 05:09:56 PM

downtownkid: Bill_Wick's_Friend: The crowd that takes glamor shots of their guns, that puts "This house protected by Smith & Wesson" stickers on their front doors, that poses with small arsenals and posts those pictures in social media and who insist that open carry is the way to be safe....these are the people who are mewling and whinging that someone somewhere gave away the giant "secret" that they are gun owners?

Maybe they wanna think that through before they continue with their pointless kvetching?


It seems that you conflated a small subset of fanatic gun owners with ALL gun owners, but it's hard to believe you could be that stupid.


You are mistaken: Bill_Wick's_Friend is actually that stupid.
 
2013-01-03 05:12:02 PM

Loadmaster: MorePeasPlease: I thought it funny when someone questioned why the paper wasn't publishing the home addresses of the armed guards it hired.

Loadmaster: This was also mentioned in today's Day By Day comic strip

buckler: I don't even understand the punchline panel in context with the rest of the strip. Conservative "humor" strikes again.

The last panel is a reference to a previous strip, wherein Skye's abusive ex-boyfriend Karl threatened to come after her. That's why she bought a handgun in the first place, even though she's a liberal who opposes gun ownership.



I don't get it.  How is that funny?
 
2013-01-03 05:16:07 PM

FloydA: Loadmaster: MorePeasPlease: I thought it funny when someone questioned why the paper wasn't publishing the home addresses of the armed guards it hired.

Loadmaster: This was also mentioned in today's Day By Day comic strip

buckler: I don't even understand the punchline panel in context with the rest of the strip. Conservative "humor" strikes again.

The last panel is a reference to a previous strip, wherein Skye's abusive ex-boyfriend Karl threatened to come after her. That's why she bought a handgun in the first place, even though she's a liberal who opposes gun ownership.


I don't get it.  How is that funny?


It's funny because you think right-leaning political comics should be funnier than Doonesbury.
 
2013-01-03 05:38:24 PM

MBooda: FloydA: Loadmaster: MorePeasPlease: I thought it funny when someone questioned why the paper wasn't publishing the home addresses of the armed guards it hired.

Loadmaster: This was also mentioned in today's Day By Day comic strip

buckler: I don't even understand the punchline panel in context with the rest of the strip. Conservative "humor" strikes again.

The last panel is a reference to a previous strip, wherein Skye's abusive ex-boyfriend Karl threatened to come after her. That's why she bought a handgun in the first place, even though she's a liberal who opposes gun ownership.


I don't get it.  How is that funny?

It's funny because you think right-leaning political comics should be funnier than Doonesbury.


Well, comics should at least funnier than domestic violence and buying a gun.  Even Cathy and Family Circus are funnier than that.  The "lost" Garfield strip, where he's dying of starvation in an abandoned house was funnier than this.  Kidney stones are funnier than this.
 
2013-01-03 05:42:46 PM

FloydA: MBooda: FloydA: Loadmaster: MorePeasPlease: I thought it funny when someone questioned why the paper wasn't publishing the home addresses of the armed guards it hired.

Loadmaster: This was also mentioned in today's Day By Day comic strip

buckler: I don't even understand the punchline panel in context with the rest of the strip. Conservative "humor" strikes again.

The last panel is a reference to a previous strip, wherein Skye's abusive ex-boyfriend Karl threatened to come after her. That's why she bought a handgun in the first place, even though she's a liberal who opposes gun ownership.


I don't get it.  How is that funny?

It's funny because you think right-leaning political comics should be funnier than Doonesbury.

Well, comics should at least funnier than domestic violence and buying a gun.


coffeescholar.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-01-03 05:54:06 PM

MBooda: FloydA: MBooda: FloydA: Loadmaster: MorePeasPlease: I thought it funny when someone questioned why the paper wasn't publishing the home addresses of the armed guards it hired.

Loadmaster: This was also mentioned in today's Day By Day comic strip

buckler: I don't even understand the punchline panel in context with the rest of the strip. Conservative "humor" strikes again.

The last panel is a reference to a previous strip, wherein Skye's abusive ex-boyfriend Karl threatened to come after her. That's why she bought a handgun in the first place, even though she's a liberal who opposes gun ownership.


I don't get it.  How is that funny?

It's funny because you think right-leaning political comics should be funnier than Doonesbury.

Well, comics should at least funnier than domestic violence and buying a gun.

[coffeescholar.files.wordpress.com image 600x192]


I'm not getting your point.  What's funny about that?
 
2013-01-03 06:10:31 PM
24.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-01-03 06:14:30 PM

Cdr.Murdock: moothemagiccow: Cdr.Murdock: Someone associated with said newspaper sends an "envelope full of domestic terrorism" as you called it, sweetie pie. Of course it turns out to be harmless.

Look up the definition for terrorism. Try somewhere other than CNN.

Go to a bank and hand the teller a note that says you have a gun. See how the police react when they discover you're unarmed. If you're right and this isn't terrorism, they'll laugh about it and send you home.

Um, that's a robbery.

The whole point being: If I mail myself a note with a "powdery white substance", or a news reporter mails himself / herself an envelope with a "powdery white substance" in it, it's not an act of terrorism.

You can't terrorize yourself. That was kinda my whole point. It may be fraud, risking a catastrophe, falsifying a police report, or maybe even mail fraud for all I know.

But, if a reporter mailed this to themselves to play the publicity whore. It's not terrorism.

Nice parting shot with the CNN comment, but I don't have cable TV. Sorry.....


How can you be so sure that they sent it to themselves? Is there something you're not telling us?

/people who are seriously considering that to be a possibility are the same people who should not own guns
 
2013-01-03 06:17:38 PM

MorePeasPlease: [24.media.tumblr.com image 500x143]


OK, that's funny.
 
2013-01-03 07:20:40 PM

Warlordtrooper: BarkingUnicorn: TofuTheAlmighty: Theaetetus: The proper response to that is an invasion of privacy suit

Collating and disseminating public records is an invasion of privacy?

Yes, it is.  It just happens to be a permitted invasion because the gun permit law was carelessly written to make permit info public for any reason or none.

The  Journal News has issued one lame justification  for doing this:  "we think our readers may be interested."  That's not good enough.

Actually that is good enought. The information is Public they don't need any reason to release it. Info that is public can be published


Like I said, the gun permit law was written carelessly, without regard for legitimate privacy rights.  That will  be remedied soon enough, I think.
 
2013-01-03 07:45:53 PM

FloydA: [coffeescholar.files.wordpress.com image 600x192]

I'm not getting your point. What's funny about that?


It's funny because gun nuts resort to violence when people rightfully call them crazy, as evidenced by both the article and all the recent gun threads.
 
2013-01-03 07:55:35 PM

FloydA: MBooda: FloydA: MBooda: FloydA: Loadmaster: MorePeasPlease: I thought it funny when someone questioned why the paper wasn't publishing the home addresses of the armed guards it hired.

Loadmaster: This was also mentioned in today's Day By Day comic strip

buckler: I don't even understand the punchline panel in context with the rest of the strip. Conservative "humor" strikes again.

The last panel is a reference to a previous strip, wherein Skye's abusive ex-boyfriend Karl threatened to come after her. That's why she bought a handgun in the first place, even though she's a liberal who opposes gun ownership.


I don't get it.  How is that funny?

It's funny because you think right-leaning political comics should be funnier than Doonesbury.

Well, comics should at least funnier than domestic violence and buying a gun.

[coffeescholar.files.wordpress.com image 600x192]

I'm not getting your point.  What's funny about that?


It's funny because it's a violation of Markely's Law.

Of course, that's not how it was *SUPPOSED* to be funny.
 
2013-01-03 08:05:11 PM

Loadmaster: MorePeasPlease: I thought it funny when someone questioned why the paper wasn't publishing the home addresses of the armed guards it hired.

This was also mentioned in today's Day By Day comic strip:

[www.daybydaycartoon.com image 575x200]


I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who read it and went 'uh, I don't get it'. The doonesbury one was kinda funny, and I'm a left leaner.
 
2013-01-03 08:08:24 PM

James F. Campbell: FloydA: [coffeescholar.files.wordpress.com image 600x192]

I'm not getting your point. What's funny about that?

It's funny because gun nuts resort to violence when people rightfully call them crazy, as evidenced by both the article and all the recent gun threads.


If that were really true, why are Dianne Feinstein, Chuck Schumer, Frank Lautenberg, Rosie O'Donnell, and the rest still alive?

I swear, if we were *HALF* as violent as people like you claim we are, everyone who calls for more gun control should have been killed many times over. And yet they aren't, because we aren't.
 
2013-01-03 08:09:17 PM

kroonermanblack: I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who read it and went 'uh, I don't get it'. The doonesbury one was kinda funny, and I'm a left leaner.



Is it bad that I find the last panel hilarious, but not the first two?
 
2013-01-03 08:17:51 PM

MBooda: coffeescholar.files.wordpress.com


But this one's funny because Starbucks DOES tolerate people being rude. Buy a tall and sit there with your MacBook for 3 hrs? That's why it's [vaguely] funny: because it's ridiculous on the face of it.

Besides, if you want to go deeper, the Doonsbury paints both the whiners AND the gun owners with their respective stereotypes. On other hand, the DBD's punchline is literally, "I noticed something hypocritical" "liberals, am I right?"

/Doonsbury does have distinctively less cleavage though
//I guess it's up to the artist to know their strengths
 
2013-01-03 08:56:51 PM
See now this is why you don't mess with gun owners. A lot of those people are farking nuts.
 
2013-01-03 09:13:20 PM

Old enough to know better: See now this is why you don't mess with gun owners. A lot of those people are farking nuts.


Please remind me, how many people in this newspaper brouhaha have been shot by outraged gun owners? Because they are farking nuts who own guns so it stands to reason...
 
2013-01-03 09:24:45 PM

dittybopper: Theaetetus: Endive Wombat: Just Another OC Homeless Guy: I'll just drop this here...

[i.imgur.com image 391x585]

I like this meme a lot.

Would make more sense if people got their guns from someone who makes them in a sealed off room in his basement or a shack hidden in the woods.

Both of these guns were made in my father's basement:

[i54.tinypic.com image 638x256]

He's also made modern firearms. But then again, he's a craftsman. Still, it's not difficult to make a relatively crude but effective gun with some simple tools and available materials, and it's likely to get even easier in the near future. The days when you need to be a craftsman, or even just a bit handy, to make a gun are quickly coming to an end: Printable Firearms.


Hats off to your dad.  Those are works of art.
 
2013-01-03 09:28:30 PM

MorePeasPlease: Old enough to know better: See now this is why you don't mess with gun owners. A lot of those people are farking nuts.

Please remind me, how many people in this newspaper brouhaha have been shot by outraged gun owners? Because they are farking nuts who own guns so it stands to reason...


Backwards.

Let us know about all the gun massacres committed by people without guns.

Take your time. We'll wait.
 
2013-01-03 09:35:51 PM

jaytkay: Backwards.

Let us know about all the gun massacres committed by people without guns.

Take your time. We'll wait.



Thread/post topic relevant:

The newspaper staff that are in "dire danger" from enraged gun maniacs have been not-massacred by as many gun owners as non-gun owners.

Some BS powder was sent by one unbalanced asshole (probable a gun owner) who broke the law without using his gun to act out against the staff.
 
2013-01-03 09:48:49 PM

MorePeasPlease: jaytkay: Backwards.

Let us know about all the gun massacres committed by people without guns.

Take your time. We'll wait.


Thread/post topic relevant:

The newspaper staff that are in "dire danger" from enraged gun maniacs have been not-massacred by as many gun owners as non-gun owners.

Some BS powder was sent by one unbalanced asshole (probable a gun owner) who broke the law without using his gun to act out against the staff.


Still waiting. Keep trying.
 
2013-01-03 09:56:56 PM
This is for you.
cdn.cutestpaw.com
 
2013-01-03 11:04:14 PM

ProfessorOhki: moothemagiccow: Cdr.Murdock: Someone associated with said newspaper sends an "envelope full of domestic terrorism" as you called it, sweetie pie. Of course it turns out to be harmless.

Look up the definition for terrorism. Try somewhere other than CNN.

Go to a bank and hand the teller a note that says you have a gun. See how the police react when they discover you're unarmed. If you're right and this isn't terrorism, they'll laugh about it and send you home.

"The use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims." - While this is terrorism, your bank example is not.


The bank thing is an example of something physically harmless having criminal repercussions.
 
2013-01-03 11:07:10 PM

Electrify: How can you be so sure that they sent it to themselves?


How do you think gun owners get from "I have a gun" to "the government wants my gun, I need more guns" ?
 
2013-01-03 11:07:38 PM

ProfessorOhki: "The use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims." - While this is terrorism, your bank example is not.


It also means to instill terror.

terror

ter·ror
[ter-er] Show IPA
noun
1. intense, sharp, overmastering fear: to be frantic with terror.
2. an instance or cause of intense fear or anxiety; quality of causing terror: to be a terror to evildoers.
3. any period of frightful violence or bloodshed likened to the Reign of Terror in France.
4. violence or threats of violence used for intimidation or coercion; terrorism.
5. Informal. a person or thing that is especially annoying or unpleasant.
 
2013-01-03 11:13:35 PM

Jim_Callahan: //Publishing a list of any group's private addresses without their consent is an attempt at political intimidation at best, and honestly treating it as an implied threat of violence would not really be a mis-read of the situation, as demonstrated by the reaction of the asshats in question on the turnabout.


That kind of fits the above post with a definition of terrorism (which I disagree with):

"The use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims."
 
2013-01-03 11:28:52 PM

Theaetetus: Endive Wombat: Just Another OC Homeless Guy: I'll just drop this here...

[i.imgur.com image 391x585]

I like this meme a lot.

Would make more sense if people got their guns from someone who makes them in a sealed off room in his basement or a shack hidden in the woods.


Which is exactly what would happen if the legitimate supply was eliminated.

something something something Prohibition something something something .....
 
2013-01-03 11:30:07 PM

ghare: Just Another OC Homeless Guy: I'll just drop this here...

[i.imgur.com image 391x585]

Ahh, I see, the homeless ARE mentally ill.


Ahh, I see that you got nuthin' except name calling. Are you 12?
 
2013-01-03 11:37:21 PM

dittybopper: Theaetetus: Endive Wombat: Just Another OC Homeless Guy: I'll just drop this here...

[i.imgur.com image 391x585]

I like this meme a lot.

Would make more sense if people got their guns from someone who makes them in a sealed off room in his basement or a shack hidden in the woods.

Both of these guns were made in my father's basement:

[i54.tinypic.com image 638x256]

He's also made modern firearms. But then again, he's a craftsman. Still, it's not difficult to make a relatively crude but effective gun with some simple tools and available materials, and it's likely to get even easier in the near future. The days when you need to be a craftsman, or even just a bit handy, to make a gun are quickly coming to an end: Printable Firearms.


Now THAT'S interesting. The firm sounds like a real-life version of The Weapon Shops of Isher. "The Right to Buy Weapons is the Right to be Free"
 
2013-01-03 11:45:17 PM

Loadmaster: MorePeasPlease: I thought it funny when someone questioned why the paper wasn't publishing the home addresses of the armed guards it hired.

Loadmaster: This was also mentioned in today's Day By Day comic strip

buckler: I don't even understand the punchline panel in context with the rest of the strip. Conservative "humor" strikes again.

The last panel is a reference to a previous strip, wherein Skye's abusive ex-boyfriend Karl threatened to come after her. That's why she bought a handgun in the first place, even though she's a liberal who opposes gun ownership.


Which brings up an interesting thought. When I first read that strip I had the same reaction, initially. "WTF? Doesn't relate to the other panels." Then I thought, "Aha! Maybe this is an old fashioned kind of comic, where there is continuity with prior strips." Yep, I was right. It's sad that the modern generation has been so brainwashed that they automatically think in short bytes of information and assume that all communication is therefore non-continuous.
 
2013-01-03 11:51:55 PM

Warlordtrooper: BarkingUnicorn: TofuTheAlmighty: Theaetetus: The proper response to that is an invasion of privacy suit

Collating and disseminating public records is an invasion of privacy?

Yes, it is.  It just happens to be a permitted invasion because the gun permit law was carelessly written to make permit info public for any reason or none.

The  Journal News has issued one lame justification  for doing this:  "we think our readers may be interested."  That's not good enough.

Actually that is good enought. The information is Public they don't need any reason to release it. Info that is public can be published

Although I've always wondered if you could file for copyright and trademarks on yourself and abuse IP laws to prevent publishing of info about you


God damn it, that is brilliant. Seriously. Crazy and not doable, probably, but nevertheless brilliant.
 
2013-01-03 11:53:13 PM

downtownkid: Bill_Wick's_Friend: The crowd that takes glamor shots of their guns, that puts "This house protected by Smith & Wesson" stickers on their front doors, that poses with small arsenals and posts those pictures in social media and who insist that open carry is the way to be safe....these are the people who are mewling and whinging that someone somewhere gave away the giant "secret" that they are gun owners?

Maybe they wanna think that through before they continue with their pointless kvetching?


It seems that you conflated a small subset of fanatic gun owners with ALL gun owners, but it's hard to believe you could be that stupid.


Hasty Generalization and Broken Context arguments from liberals? Naaaa, never happens.
 
2013-01-04 12:05:56 AM

FloydA: Loadmaster: MorePeasPlease: I thought it funny when someone questioned why the paper wasn't publishing the home addresses of the armed guards it hired.

Loadmaster: This was also mentioned in today's Day By Day comic strip

buckler: I don't even understand the punchline panel in context with the rest of the strip. Conservative "humor" strikes again.

The last panel is a reference to a previous strip, wherein Skye's abusive ex-boyfriend Karl threatened to come after her. That's why she bought a handgun in the first place, even though she's a liberal who opposes gun ownership.


I don't get it.  How is that funny?


It isn't necessarily funny. There were, at one time, many daily comics that were not funny in the least - and told an ongoing story. My grandmother read Rex Morgan M.D. every day for 60 years; it's the main reason she subscribed to the newspaper. How about Little Orphan Annie? That's the only two I can remember off the top of my head, but there are surely dozens, past and present.

Think of them as serialized graphic novels.
 
2013-01-04 12:09:56 AM

James F. Campbell: FloydA: [coffeescholar.files.wordpress.com image 600x192]

I'm not getting your point. What's funny about that?

It's funny because gun nuts resort to violence when people rightfully call them crazy, as evidenced by both the article and all the recent gun threads.


DRTFA. Is there actual evidence that the powder was sent by a "gun nut"?
 
2013-01-04 12:19:04 AM

jaytkay: MorePeasPlease: jaytkay: Backwards.

Let us know about all the gun massacres committed by people without guns.

Take your time. We'll wait.


Thread/post topic relevant:

The newspaper staff that are in "dire danger" from enraged gun maniacs have been not-massacred by as many gun owners as non-gun owners.

Some BS powder was sent by one unbalanced asshole (probable a gun owner) who broke the law without using his gun to act out against the staff.

Still waiting. Keep trying.


It's an obviously stupid question. The Venn circles have no intersection.
 
2013-01-04 04:13:47 AM

david_gaithersburg: HotWingConspiracy: The Voice of Doom: david_gaithersburg
base935: Haha, some citizens allow the government to grant them a permit for a gun.

.
I'm waiting for my speech permit.

I thought the party of small government already introduced "Free Speech Zones" in the land of the brave and free?!

That was different because it was only targeting hippies.

.
As a gun toting hippie it seems like I never get a break.


Hippies don't tote guns.
 
2013-01-04 04:20:34 AM

FloydA: studs up: (kill people)
how'd that drop out?

Accidentally.


Yup. The hole thing.
 
2013-01-04 12:12:34 PM

Just Another OC Homeless Guy: James F. Campbell: FloydA: [coffeescholar.files.wordpress.com image 600x192]

I'm not getting your point. What's funny about that?

It's funny because gun nuts resort to violence when people rightfully call them crazy, as evidenced by both the article and all the recent gun threads.

DRTFA. Is there actual evidence that the powder was sent by a "gun nut"?


No, we be mass fearmongering here.
 
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