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(Las Vegas Review Journal)   Only slightly less known, when you are a Nevada politician you should never threaten the Nevada Assembly Speaker that her "first day as speaker would be her last"   (lvrj.com) divider line 61
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2013-01-21 02:26:21 PM
Thanks for putting the "d" in "dumbass", you farkwit.
 
2013-01-21 03:02:56 PM
The fuq?
 
2013-01-21 03:05:05 PM
classy gentleman
 
2013-01-21 03:06:51 PM
ya, that's why you have to beat around the bush jersey style: that's a nice speakership you have there. it'd be a shame if something were to happen to it.
 
2013-01-21 03:07:14 PM
Wow.

They also should just stop permitting public comments on news websites.

Holy shiat, the deliberately mind-blind.
 
2013-01-21 03:07:17 PM
That guy sounds seriously unhinged.

Like, mental illness level problems.
 
2013-01-21 03:09:52 PM

Kittypie070: Wow.

They also should just stop permitting public comments on news websites.

Holy shiat, the deliberately mind-blind.


"Brooks is beginning his second term as an assemblyman." So a second term legislator believes he is "entitled" to be a chairman? In a way, it's amusing to watch a fight between two minorities, blacks and women. One is reminded of the schism between PETA and the homosexuals over testing cures for AIDS. Dividing the country into narrow self-interest groups may work for some politically, but is a disaster for the country.

what? what's wrong with that? That guy seems perfectly reasonable
 
2013-01-21 03:10:10 PM
Another responsible gun owner heard from.
 
2013-01-21 03:11:52 PM
Bro got issues. I thought he was a conservative but this one crosses the aisle.
 
2013-01-21 03:13:31 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.


Little premature there aren't ya zippy?
 
2013-01-21 03:18:25 PM

AntiNerd: Bro got issues. I thought he was a conservative but this one crosses the aisle.


He talks like one...
 
2013-01-21 03:21:02 PM

Hillbilly Jim: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

Little premature there aren't ya zippy?


From the article:
Brooks was arrested without incident during a traffic stop near Carey Avenue and Mount Hood Street. A law enforcement source said a gun was found in Brooks' car.

They found a gun in his car when he was pulled over, y'know, after acting strangely in at least one committee meeting and making threats towards another politician. One person's "cautious" is another person's "premature." We've had enough with politicians being shot for one decade.
 
2013-01-21 03:22:51 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.


doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)
 
2013-01-21 03:23:28 PM

edmo: AntiNerd: Bro got issues. I thought he was a conservative but this one crosses the aisle.

He talks like one...


No, he talks like a nutcase that felt jilted because he didn't get what he wanted. He didn't get his way, threw a hissy fit because he's just a participant in the committee that he felt he should be running, and spent weeks trying to get a whisper campaign to oust her going (which failed.) So, he then resorted to threats.

They're both Democrats. Politics doesn't enter into it - he's just a (probably mentally disturbed) asshole.
 
2013-01-21 03:28:42 PM

skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)


Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.
 
2013-01-21 03:30:15 PM

max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.


most gun owners are
 
2013-01-21 03:33:36 PM

skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are


See?
 
2013-01-21 03:35:08 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are

See?



Skullkrusher is a gun owner? I dunno why I always imagined him too much like a hippy to own a gun.
 
2013-01-21 03:46:00 PM

skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are


My roommate thinks he's the most awesome driver in the history of the motor vehicle, but everyone else on the road is a tool. Meanwhile, he totaled his last sedan when he ran into a parked car and his insurance premiums are so high that his insurer dropped him. When he finally found a bottom-feeder insurance group willing to cover him, he didn't tell them about the plethora of speeding tickets, fender-benders, or other moving violations that led to his first insurers bowing out. When the "bottom-feeders" investigated, their quote instantly tripled. His opinion was that they were assholes for investigating, because "he's such a good driver."

I'm sure there are some responsible gun owners who feel the same way. If we all actually were what we think we are, we'd all be superheroes.
 
2013-01-21 03:55:32 PM
This Dem-on-Dem violence has got to stop!
 
2013-01-21 03:57:49 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.



Not like there's anyone picking and choosing which stories get greened.

/sounds like conspiracy to me  :)
 
2013-01-21 04:01:43 PM

FormlessOne: Hillbilly Jim: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

Little premature there aren't ya zippy?

From the article:
Brooks was arrested without incident during a traffic stop near Carey Avenue and Mount Hood Street. A law enforcement source said a gun was found in Brooks' car.

They found a gun in his car when he was pulled over, y'know, after acting strangely in at least one committee meeting and making threats towards another politician. One person's "cautious" is another person's "premature." We've had enough with politicians being shot for one decade.


Yes they did find a gun in his car. Nothing FTFA about whether or not it was registered and or legal for him to have it in his car. No info on if this d-bag has any criminal history or violent behavior in his past. Just want to wait for a more fleshed out report before 'Another responsible gin owner heard from" snark.
 
2013-01-21 04:05:20 PM
Brooks had been telling people Kirkpatrick's "first day as speaker would be her last."

I can see it now, written into Kirkpatrick's calendar for day two of the legistlative session: call Steven Brooks at the county lockup; tell him to suck it.
 
2013-01-21 04:16:59 PM

peasandcarrots: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are

My roommate thinks he's the most awesome driver in the history of the motor vehicle, but everyone else on the road is a tool. Meanwhile, he totaled his last sedan when he ran into a parked car and his insurance premiums are so high that his insurer dropped him. When he finally found a bottom-feeder insurance group willing to cover him, he didn't tell them about the plethora of speeding tickets, fender-benders, or other moving violations that led to his first insurers bowing out. When the "bottom-feeders" investigated, their quote instantly tripled. His opinion was that they were assholes for investigating, because "he's such a good driver."

I'm sure there are some responsible gun owners who feel the same way. If we all actually were what we think we are, we'd all be superheroes.


so... what? Not all car drivers are responsible. Most are. Do we attempt to impugn the responsible operators of motor vehicles when others are irresponsible? Why does it make sense here? This asshat's actions do not speak for the overwhelming majority of lawful gun owners.
 
2013-01-21 04:17:50 PM

lennavan: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are

See?

Skullkrusher is a gun owner? I dunno why I always imagined him too much like a hippy to own a gun.


nah, no guns for me. NYC and all. Though I am working on getting all my stuff together for a shotgun license. Just in case.

/and cuz I am apparently good at skeet
 
2013-01-21 04:21:25 PM

skullkrusher: peasandcarrots: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are

My roommate thinks he's the most awesome driver in the history of the motor vehicle, but everyone else on the road is a tool. Meanwhile, he totaled his last sedan when he ran into a parked car and his insurance premiums are so high that his insurer dropped him. When he finally found a bottom-feeder insurance group willing to cover him, he didn't tell them about the plethora of speeding tickets, fender-benders, or other moving violations that led to his first insurers bowing out. When the "bottom-feeders" investigated, their quote instantly tripled. His opinion was that they were assholes for investigating, because "he's such a good driver."

I'm sure there are some responsible gun owners who feel the same way. If we all actually were what we think we are, we'd all be superheroes.

so... what? Not all car drivers are responsible. Most are. Do we attempt to impugn the responsible operators of motor vehicles when others are irresponsible? Why does it make sense here? This asshat's actions do not speak for the overwhelming majority of lawful gun owners.


We very much do. We have a litany of traffic laws that would not be necessary if everyone was as good of a driver as they believe.
 
2013-01-21 04:24:01 PM

max_pooper: skullkrusher: peasandcarrots: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are

My roommate thinks he's the most awesome driver in the history of the motor vehicle, but everyone else on the road is a tool. Meanwhile, he totaled his last sedan when he ran into a parked car and his insurance premiums are so high that his insurer dropped him. When he finally found a bottom-feeder insurance group willing to cover him, he didn't tell them about the plethora of speeding tickets, fender-benders, or other moving violations that led to his first insurers bowing out. When the "bottom-feeders" investigated, their quote instantly tripled. His opinion was that they were assholes for investigating, because "he's such a good driver."

I'm sure there are some responsible gun owners who feel the same way. If we all actually were what we think we are, we'd all be superheroes.

so... what? Not all car drivers are responsible. Most are. Do we attempt to impugn the responsible operators of motor vehicles when others are irresponsible? Why does it make sense here? This asshat's actions do not speak for the overwhelming majority of lawful gun owners.

We very much do. We have a litany of traffic laws that would not be necessary if everyone was as good of a driver as they believe.


that does not impugn responsible drivers. Those are intended to ensure the orderly and safe flow of traffic. Just like gun licenses do not impugn responsible gun owners nor do they make the notion of a responsible gun owner worthy of derision
 
2013-01-21 04:27:28 PM

max_pooper: skullkrusher: peasandcarrots: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are

My roommate thinks he's the most awesome driver in the history of the motor vehicle, but everyone else on the road is a tool. Meanwhile, he totaled his last sedan when he ran into a parked car and his insurance premiums are so high that his insurer dropped him. When he finally found a bottom-feeder insurance group willing to cover him, he didn't tell them about the plethora of speeding tickets, fender-benders, or other moving violations that led to his first insurers bowing out. When the "bottom-feeders" investigated, their quote instantly tripled. His opinion was that they were assholes for investigating, because "he's such a good driver."

I'm sure there are some responsible gun owners who feel the same way. If we all actually were what we think we are, we'd all be superheroes.

so... what? Not all car drivers are responsible. Most are. Do we attempt to impugn the responsible operators of motor vehicles when others are irresponsible? Why does it make sense here? This asshat's actions do not speak for the overwhelming majority of lawful gun owners.

We very much do. We have a litany of traffic laws that would not be necessary if everyone was as good of a driver as they believe.


Are there a lot of traffic laws a good driver only follows because there are laws? I'm sure there are a few, but as a fan-farking-tastic driver, I'm mostly doing those things already. I mean, I'm a totally awesome driver. I haven't gotten a single ticket this year.
 
2013-01-21 04:28:32 PM

skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: peasandcarrots: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are

My roommate thinks he's the most awesome driver in the history of the motor vehicle, but everyone else on the road is a tool. Meanwhile, he totaled his last sedan when he ran into a parked car and his insurance premiums are so high that his insurer dropped him. When he finally found a bottom-feeder insurance group willing to cover him, he didn't tell them about the plethora of speeding tickets, fender-benders, or other moving violations that led to his first insurers bowing out. When the "bottom-feeders" investigated, their quote instantly tripled. His opinion was that they were assholes for investigating, because "he's such a good driver."

I'm sure there are some responsible gun owners who feel the same way. If we all actually were what we think we are, we'd all be superheroes.

so... what? Not all car drivers are responsible. Most are. Do we attempt to impugn the responsible operators of motor vehicles when others are irresponsible? Why does it make sense here? This asshat's actions do not speak for the overwhelming majority of lawful gun owners.

We very much do. We have a litany of traffic laws that would not be necessary if everyone was as good of a driver as they believe.

that does not impugn responsible drivers. Those are intended to ensure the orderly and safe flow of traffic. Just like gun licenses do not impugn responsible gun owners nor do they make the notion of a responsible gun owner worthy of derision


Oh, there are more than a few people who believe that speed limits do not apply to them.
 
2013-01-21 04:30:25 PM

max_pooper: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: peasandcarrots: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are

My roommate thinks he's the most awesome driver in the history of the motor vehicle, but everyone else on the road is a tool. Meanwhile, he totaled his last sedan when he ran into a parked car and his insurance premiums are so high that his insurer dropped him. When he finally found a bottom-feeder insurance group willing to cover him, he didn't tell them about the plethora of speeding tickets, fender-benders, or other moving violations that led to his first insurers bowing out. When the "bottom-feeders" investigated, their quote instantly tripled. His opinion was that they were assholes for investigating, because "he's such a good driver."

I'm sure there are some responsible gun owners who feel the same way. If we all actually were what we think we are, we'd all be superheroes.

so... what? Not all car drivers are responsible. Most are. Do we attempt to impugn the responsible operators of motor vehicles when others are irresponsible? Why does it make sense here? This asshat's actions do not speak for the overwhelming majority of lawful gun owners.

We very much do. We have a litany of traffic laws that would not be necessary if everyone was as good of a driver as they believe.

that does not impugn responsible drivers. Those are intended to ensure the orderly and safe flow of traffic. Just like gun licenses do not impugn responsible gun owners nor do they make the notion of a responsible gun owner worthy of derision

Oh, there are more than a few people who believe that speed limits do not apply to them.


that's assuming that exceeding the speed limit is irresponsible
 
2013-01-21 04:38:59 PM

skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: peasandcarrots: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are

My roommate thinks he's the most awesome driver in the history of the motor vehicle, but everyone else on the road is a tool. Meanwhile, he totaled his last sedan when he ran into a parked car and his insurance premiums are so high that his insurer dropped him. When he finally found a bottom-feeder insurance group willing to cover him, he didn't tell them about the plethora of speeding tickets, fender-benders, or other moving violations that led to his first insurers bowing out. When the "bottom-feeders" investigated, their quote instantly tripled. His opinion was that they were assholes for investigating, because "he's such a good driver."

I'm sure there are some responsible gun owners who feel the same way. If we all actually were what we think we are, we'd all be superheroes.

so... what? Not all car drivers are responsible. Most are. Do we attempt to impugn the responsible operators of motor vehicles when others are irresponsible? Why does it make sense here? This asshat's actions do not speak for the overwhelming majority of lawful gun owners.

We very much do. We have a litany of traffic laws that would not be necessary if everyone was as good of a driver as they believe.

that does not impugn responsible drivers. Those are intended to ensure the orderly and safe flow of traffic. Just like gun licenses do not impugn responsible gun owners nor do they make the notion of a responsible gun owner worthy of derision

Oh, there are more than a few people who believe that speed limits do not apply to them.

that's assuming that exceeding the speed limit is irresponsible


Driving at a different speed than most cars on the road is irresponsible but the arsehole flying by a good 15-20mph faster than everyone else thinks that he's a good enough driver so it's fine for him.

Hence the "another responsible gun owner" schtick. Many gun owners, like drivers, don't look at themselves as being irresponsible even when doing blatantly irresponsible things including breaking the law.
 
2013-01-21 04:46:23 PM

skullkrusher: lennavan: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are

See?

Skullkrusher is a gun owner? I dunno why I always imagined him too much like a hippy to own a gun.

nah, no guns for me. NYC and all. Though I am working on getting all my stuff together for a shotgun license. Just in case.

/and cuz I am apparently good at skeet


Well, we know you skeeted good at least once since you have a mini-skullkrusher running around...

/I keed, I keed
//skeet,skeet,skeet
 
2013-01-21 04:48:51 PM
And how did YOU celebrate Gun Appreciation Day?
 
2013-01-21 04:51:05 PM
I have not gotten a traffic citation in over ten years. Ergo, you people should be giving me all the guns.

Statement not intended to address Nevada politics
 
2013-01-21 04:58:43 PM

Kittypie070: Wow.

They also should just stop permitting public comments on news websites.

Holy shiat, the deliberately mind-blind.


It's Nevada. Review-Journal commenters are Nevada's Mensa Society.
 
2013-01-21 05:02:31 PM
Silly assemblyman.

- If you're a Democrat and you disagree with someone, you call them a racist.

- If you're a Republican and you disagree with someone, you call them a terrorist.
 
2013-01-21 05:04:04 PM
www.singleblackmale.org
 
2013-01-21 05:05:34 PM
This is how Nevada politics roll -

Senator? You can have my answer now, if you like. My final offer is this: nothing. Not even the fee for the gaming license, which I would appreciate if you would put up personally.

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-01-21 05:16:42 PM
Somebody got turned down for handie in the cloakroom
 
2013-01-21 05:22:23 PM

jsteiner78: This is how Nevada politics roll -


"I hope that's not where we're going, but, you know, if this Congress keeps going the way it is, people are really looking toward those Second Amendment remedies and saying my goodness what can we do to turn this country around? I'll tell you the first thing we need to do is take Harry Reid out."

photos.lasvegassun.com
 
2013-01-21 05:24:49 PM

Hillbilly Jim: FormlessOne: Hillbilly Jim: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

Little premature there aren't ya zippy?

From the article:
Brooks was arrested without incident during a traffic stop near Carey Avenue and Mount Hood Street. A law enforcement source said a gun was found in Brooks' car.

They found a gun in his car when he was pulled over, y'know, after acting strangely in at least one committee meeting and making threats towards another politician. One person's "cautious" is another person's "premature." We've had enough with politicians being shot for one decade.

Yes they did find a gun in his car. Nothing FTFA about whether or not it was registered and or legal for him to have it in his car. No info on if this d-bag has any criminal history or violent behavior in his past. Just want to wait for a more fleshed out report before 'Another responsible gin owner heard from" snark.


To be sure - but you can understand the caution.
 
2013-01-21 05:27:06 PM

max_pooper: Driving at a different speed than most cars on the road is irresponsible but the arsehole flying by a good 15-20mph faster than everyone else thinks that he's a good enough driver so it's fine for him.


I'm so guilty of this....
 
2013-01-21 05:33:41 PM
This is how I would play it off.

It was just a Sicilian curse. "That will be your last day as speaker. Woooo." You idiots don't believe in curses, do you? Next you'll be scared when I stick a pin in a doll, or point a bone at you.

/that's how it plays out in my head anyway
/dnrtfa
 
2013-01-21 05:59:29 PM

Rich Cream: This is how I would play it off.

It was just a Sicilian curse. "That will be your last day as speaker. Woooo." You idiots don't believe in curses, do you? Next you'll be scared when I stick a pin in a doll, or point a bone at you.

/that's how it plays out in my head anyway
/dnrtfa


Bone-pointing is considered inappropriate in assembly. Libbos consider it 'sexual harassment', despite the obvious compliment.
 
2013-01-21 06:02:19 PM

skullkrusher: max_pooper: skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.

most gun owners are


Can't convince people that there are 350,000,000 estimated legal firearms out there. If you took this amount and figured how many crimes are committed with firearms, you couldn't even get a percentage. It's a losing argument.
 
2013-01-21 06:09:43 PM
Less known than what?
 
2013-01-21 06:42:34 PM
<b><a href="http://www.fark.com/comments/7547675/82031881#c82031881" target="_blank">max_pooper</a>:</b> <i>skullkrusher: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Another responsible gun owner heard from.

doesn't get less stupid the more often you say it Nina ;)

Nope, but it also doesn't get any less true. Most dumbass gun owners believe they are responsible.</i>

King of like most drivers.
 
2013-01-21 07:23:31 PM

Fine I'll Join Fark: Less known than what?


You fell victim to one of the classic blunders - The most famous of which is "never get involved in a land war in Asia"

lh3.ggpht.com
 
2013-01-21 07:54:39 PM

skullkrusher: Kittypie070: Wow.

They also should just stop permitting public comments on news websites.

Holy shiat, the deliberately mind-blind.

"Brooks is beginning his second term as an assemblyman." So a second term legislator believes he is "entitled" to be a chairman? In a way, it's amusing to watch a fight between two minorities, blacks and women. One is reminded of the schism between PETA and the homosexuals over testing cures for AIDS. Dividing the country into narrow self-interest groups may work for some politically, but is a disaster for the country.

what? what's wrong with that? That guy seems perfectly reasonable


Yeah, the guy was crazy, but those commenters were a brilliant blend of crazy and racist. And misogynistic. And homophobic. And just a pinch of paranoid. Wow.
 
2013-01-21 08:09:06 PM
My point, Skullkrusher, was that you can't necessarily rely on people to self-assess. If I told you that I was the most awesome guitar player to ever lay down licks, and then you actually heard me play, you might disagree with that assessment.

My roommate has a third party to assess his ability to drive - his insurer. His insurer looks at his police record and his previous claims, and clearly they disagree with my roommate's assessment.

So what if gun owners had a third party to assess their ability to take gun ownership seriously and be responsible in their ownership? You don't want guns taken away from responsible owners, and neither do I. I think it's stupid to even try. Hell, I wouldn't even bring it up. But I would like to see some regulation on irresponsible owners. That guy in Tennessee who said he was going to start shooting; they yanked his permit, didn't they? I find it really hard to disagree with that.

But as long as you think that's exactly the same thing as OMG THEY'RE COMING IN THEIR BLACK HELICOPTERS TO TAKE ALL MAH GUNZ AWAY, we can't have that conversation. We simply aren't allowed to. I don't like the idea of smaller ammo clips or other stupid cosmetic measures, but can't we at least get behind the idea of having "responsible" defined by a metric?
 
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