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(MyFox Twin Cities)   News: Dad points AK-47 at daughter for getting two B's instead of straight A's on her report card. Fark: He just bought the AK-47 because he feared the gub'mint would ban them   (myfoxtwincities.com) divider line 491
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2013-01-25 05:42:12 PM

HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: I get to say "told you so" every day for the rest of eternity.

About what? 100 year old AK-47's?

No.

Bolt action AK-47s?

No, I don't waste time with parsing models. Fool's errand.

It was scary looking? Someone saw it and got scared?

Just saying I told you so. I'll tell you again tomorrow.

So.

I can do it too. :p

Go for it.

You guys win, this is all your show.


So
 
2013-01-25 05:42:42 PM

vpb: Blues_X: You can get an AK for just $150?

7.62x54R is a type of ammunition.

I think he paid $375 for the AK.


No, if you RTFA, he sold one for 150.00, and then sold AK-47 clone rifle -- a Cal-Zastava PAP 70 7.62X39
for 375.00

In other words, this fine law-abiding Murikan tried to dump the evidence. Nope, no gun gun control needed.
 
2013-01-25 05:42:43 PM
I'm a firm supporter of the 2nd, I own multiple weapons that would be banned under the proposals, and I think this jackass should not be permitted to own weapons of any kind.

It is unfortunate that there are a large number of loud farktards who flock towards weapons, but I assure you that they are a minority among the larger group of responsible sensible people.



If we just gave the responsible ones cards to identify them as responsible, then the irresponsible ones would have to give up their cards when they killed a school full of children.
 
2013-01-25 05:43:46 PM

muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: I get to say "told you so" every day for the rest of eternity.

About what? 100 year old AK-47's?

No.

Bolt action AK-47s?

No, I don't waste time with parsing models. Fool's errand.

It was scary looking? Someone saw it and got scared?

Just saying I told you so. I'll tell you again tomorrow.

So.

I can do it too. :p

Go for it.

You guys win, this is all your show.

So


Don't get all bitter now, you're living in paradise.
 
2013-01-25 05:45:53 PM
"Lol, Americans!"

The US is to guns as Russia is to traffic. I go to fark for the gun violence and to youtube for the dashcams.

/Drunk
Still a bit uncomfortably true no?
Nah, I'll just grab another beer. What are we talking about again?
Beyoncé lip-synced the national anthem? Inaguralopalypse I tell you!
 
2013-01-25 05:46:02 PM

farkinfilipino: dear NRA,

this is why you can't have nice things.

Love,
Sane America


Dear retards of America,

This is an example of bullshiat that you are all yanking yourselves to. 100 year old bolt action AK-47's that scared someone, by looking real scary.

Love,
Smart Americans.
 
2013-01-25 05:46:05 PM

OhioKnight: I'm a firm supporter of the 2nd, I own multiple weapons that would be banned under the proposals, and I think this jackass should not be permitted to own weapons of any kind.

It is unfortunate that there are a large number of loud farktards who flock towards weapons, but I assure you that they are a minority among the larger group of responsible sensible people.


If we just gave the responsible ones cards to identify them as responsible, then the irresponsible ones would have to give up their cards when they killed a school full of children.


Wrong. We'll just have to pry those cards from their cold dead hands.
 
2013-01-25 05:47:16 PM

HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: muck4doo: HotWingConspiracy: I get to say "told you so" every day for the rest of eternity.

About what? 100 year old AK-47's?

No.

Bolt action AK-47s?

No, I don't waste time with parsing models. Fool's errand.

It was scary looking? Someone saw it and got scared?

Just saying I told you so. I'll tell you again tomorrow.

So.

I can do it too. :p

Go for it.

You guys win, this is all your show.

So

Don't get all bitter now, you're living in paradise.


Today is special. I told you so twice. You have nothing on me tomorrow.
 
2013-01-25 05:50:24 PM

ZeroPly: Somalia has 9.1 guns per 100 people. The US has 88.8. Where did you get the idea that Somalia is heavily armed?


People generally use the Somalia zinger when a right winger says there's too much government regulation in the US.
 
2013-01-25 05:50:55 PM

Mugato: "terroristic"? Didn't even know that was a word.

Was that really terrorism though? Oh right. Everything is terrorism now.


The phrase "terroristic threats" was in the legal lexicon LONG before 9/11. I recall hearing that word growing up and I graduated HS in 1999.
 
BHK
2013-01-25 05:51:27 PM
The cost of being free and having the means of self protection is that there are going to be stupid people who do stupid things. It happens with cars, it happens with technology, etc. Of course, in the mind of the average government-worshipping progressive statist, the state can and should fix every problem and provide for every person.
 
2013-01-25 05:54:11 PM
imageshack.us
 
2013-01-25 05:54:15 PM

GreenAdder: I don't want to talk about the second amendment or gun control right now. I think I'm just going to go to the store. Maybe I'll get a bottle of pop and some junk food. Then I'm going to sit down and play some video games. That sounds like fun.

You guys don't have to hang out in this thread either if you don't want. Anyone want anything at the store?


Don't get the Skittles - those things will kill you.
 
BHK
2013-01-25 05:54:36 PM
The gun banners sure don't seem to complain when their heroes in government-issued costumes point guns at people for doing things that are deemed "bad behavior" even though no one was going to be hurt or lose their property. Smoke a joint or shoot up heroin or run an unlicensed lemonade stand, and it's just fine if someone with a badge points a gun at you. And, yet, it's awful when a private citizen does it to his daughter. I'd like to see you hypocrites explain the difference without relying on the "law is the law" tautology..
 
2013-01-25 05:55:36 PM

mjohnson71: way south: A hundred year old bolt action "AK-47"...

The media isn't even trying to hide its trolling anymore.

Every reporter should be required to take a multiday training course on guns.


I don't mean to be pedantic about this, but is it too much to ask that a reporter at least consult Wikipedia?
I mean it should be obvious by now that there are more than three kinds of guns in this world and you've got senators trying to make it into kind of a big deal.

We live in an era where it takes thirty seconds to check something out.
If a reporter makes mistakes now its either cause they're careless or willfully doing it.
Neither of which are a good quality in that line of work.
 
2013-01-25 05:57:51 PM

BHK: The gun banners sure don't seem to complain when their heroes in government-issued costumes point guns at people for doing things that are deemed "bad behavior" even though no one was going to be hurt or lose their property. Smoke a joint or shoot up heroin or run an unlicensed lemonade stand, and it's just fine if someone with a badge points a gun at you. And, yet, it's awful when a private citizen does it to his daughter. I'd like to see you hypocrites explain the difference without relying on the "law is the law" tautology..


Because using fear and intimidation that has a lethal edge to it on a child that you should be protecting and not abusing is wrong? Also, you are committing false equivalency - an error on one side (ie your drug bit) does not provide a license for the other to break the social covenant that says we protect children (or try) in this society.
 
2013-01-25 05:58:07 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: vpb: That's why we need to limit the firepower.speed.


If no car can go over 20 miles an hour than there would be fewer fatalities. I mean do you really need to go 40 miles an hour?! And while we are at it lets limit the gear ratios on bicycles! We really need to limit those as well. If it will just save one life how could we not?!


A speed limit? What kinda crazy soshulist idea is that?
 
2013-01-25 05:58:13 PM

BHK: The gun banners sure don't seem to complain when their heroes in government-issued costumes point guns at people for doing things that are deemed "bad behavior" even though no one was going to be hurt or lose their property. Smoke a joint or shoot up heroin or run an unlicensed lemonade stand, and it's just fine if someone with a badge points a gun at you. And, yet, it's awful when a private citizen does it to his daughter. I'd like to see you hypocrites explain the difference without relying on the "law is the law" tautology..


Big brother is a benign being looking out for them all.

/I'm having fun with this no matter how tarded
 
2013-01-25 05:58:43 PM
I know I'm coming in late here and I haven't read the entire thread, but reading the article where it's commenting on what the police found when they searched, it says they found ammunition and receipts. It appeared to me as if he had sold the two weapons back to Bill's and the other place for $X.
 
2013-01-25 05:59:56 PM
I'm just glad this guy has some Passionate Defenders in this thread who are brave enough to stand up for an American's right to point a gun at his daughter.
 
2013-01-25 06:00:04 PM

ZeroPly: Cpl.D: Fellow employee at work: "If more people were armed, it'd be like the old West. An armed society is a polite society."

Me: "Somalia."

Somalia has 9.1 guns per 100 people. The US has 88.8. Where did you get the idea that Somalia is heavily armed?


Couldn't think of a nation more armed than we are. Somalia's just a place you can reference that sort of way and not have your standard gun-rights-extremist question it. I bet on people using that "police society is an armed one" tended to be not concerned with things like facts and figures.

Fightin' fire with fire. I suppose. Or derp with derp.
 
2013-01-25 06:00:32 PM

ProfessorOhki: JustGetItRight: Princess Ryans Knickers: The point he was trying to make is that he's one of the majority of male legal gun owners who end up shooting up their own families.

The majority of male legal gun owners end up shooting their families. Thanks.

Around 43% of the men in America own a gun. That's about 100,000,000 people. Assuming they at least kill one, I wonder what we're going to do with those 50,000,000 bodies.

100,000,000 x 1 = 50,000,000?

/Number'd be more like 70m anyway.


100,000,000 owners. Poster said majority would end up shooting their families. A majority of 100,000,000 means 50,000,001 shooters.

50,000,001 X 1 = 50,000,001. Forgive me for rounding down.
 
2013-01-25 06:05:30 PM
Another responsible gun owner
 
2013-01-25 06:06:56 PM

hdhale: coeyagi: Barracuda: I came here to say "WTF, AK's do not chamber the 7.62x54R round..."

Sounds like the guy bought a Mosin Nagant, a bolt action rifle of Russian make which has been around since the 1800's.  Fixed magazine, 5 total I think, bolt action.  SOOOOOO... not an AK, not even a little.  Well, if you consider them both being Russian make and wood stocks and the same diameter bullet... but holy fark are people pushing this AK / AR / Assault Rifle thing beyond stupid at this point.

Indeed. Hobbyists above reduced violence.

[alicia-logic.com image 490x290]

Ok, ok. Spray 30 bullets at 2 invaders.

//only way to be sure.

Too bad a semiautomatic rifle doesn't "spray", since it isn't a selective fire weapon. Nice try though.


Poor choice of words always opens up the stupid semantics of the gun nuts. Success!

Proceed to spray Derp, governor.
 
2013-01-25 06:07:00 PM
He obviously misunderstood. The President is looking to ban weapons like that from being owned by nutjobs like himself.
 
2013-01-25 06:07:35 PM

SilentStrider: ajgeek: Sybarite: Asian dad?

Kirill Bartashevitch

Hm, nope.

Asian REDNECK dad. It's the only explanation.

Name sounds Russian, so he's not a redneck, he's just red.


/aisle seat please.


OMG SEKRIT COMMIE MAKIN' GUN NUTS LOOK BAD!
 
2013-01-25 06:10:11 PM

JustGetItRight: ProfessorOhki: JustGetItRight: Princess Ryans Knickers: The point he was trying to make is that he's one of the majority of male legal gun owners who end up shooting up their own families.

The majority of male legal gun owners end up shooting their families. Thanks.

Around 43% of the men in America own a gun. That's about 100,000,000 people. Assuming they at least kill one, I wonder what we're going to do with those 50,000,000 bodies.

100,000,000 x 1 = 50,000,000?

/Number'd be more like 70m anyway.

100,000,000 owners. Poster said majority would end up shooting their families. A majority of 100,000,000 means 50,000,001 shooters.

50,000,001 X 1 = 50,000,001. Forgive me for rounding down.


You are too generous.
He said shooting up their families, and yet you only attribute one death. So you underestimated by a factor of 3.

(I am assuming he meant nuclear family instead of extended family)
 
2013-01-25 06:12:07 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: impaler: You know, if we needed to at least pass a licensing exam to get weapon, like we do a car, these guy would know that:
1) A gun is ALWAYS loaded.
2) See # 1
3) Did you see #1 yet? If not, see #1


4) Do you still want to point the gun at someone just to scare them? Don't cause it could be loaded


However a license does not mean that you will get responsible ownership. See car ownership.


[img685.imageshack.us image 475x307]


We do take away the right to drive a car of those who are irresponsible. And a lot of times, we take away the car, too.
 
2013-01-25 06:12:20 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: I'm just glad this guy has some Passionate Defenders in this thread who are brave enough to stand up for an American's right to point a gun at his daughter.


I'm glad this thread has some passionate defenders of banning weapons that obviously were never used in this case.
 
2013-01-25 06:12:29 PM

coeyagi: hdhale: coeyagi: Barracuda: I came here to say "WTF, AK's do not chamber the 7.62x54R round..."

Sounds like the guy bought a Mosin Nagant, a bolt action rifle of Russian make which has been around since the 1800's.  Fixed magazine, 5 total I think, bolt action.  SOOOOOO... not an AK, not even a little.  Well, if you consider them both being Russian make and wood stocks and the same diameter bullet... but holy fark are people pushing this AK / AR / Assault Rifle thing beyond stupid at this point.

Indeed. Hobbyists above reduced violence.

[alicia-logic.com image 490x290]

Ok, ok. Spray 30 bullets at 2 invaders.

//only way to be sure.

Too bad a semiautomatic rifle doesn't "spray", since it isn't a selective fire weapon. Nice try though.

Poor choice of words communication skills always opens up the stupid semantics of the gun nuts demonstrates to people how stupid a person is.. Success!

Proceed to spray Derp, governor.


ftfy.
at least you didn't whine this time about "context"
 
2013-01-25 06:12:42 PM
Take away the guns!!!! 4 out of 4 guns will kill multiple people every year.
 
2013-01-25 06:13:10 PM

IlGreven: The Stealth Hippopotamus: impaler: You know, if we needed to at least pass a licensing exam to get weapon, like we do a car, these guy would know that:
1) A gun is ALWAYS loaded.
2) See # 1
3) Did you see #1 yet? If not, see #1


4) Do you still want to point the gun at someone just to scare them? Don't cause it could be loaded


However a license does not mean that you will get responsible ownership. See car ownership.


[img685.imageshack.us image 475x307]

We do take away the right to drive a car of those who are irresponsible. And a lot of times, we take away the car, too.


Best not to let people have dangerous cars at all.
 
2013-01-25 06:14:14 PM
Woah! He got an AK that fires 7.62X54R for only $150? That's gotta be a mistake. Those go for at least $800 right now. It was likely a Romanian PSL rifle.

Also, moron. Take it away.
 
2013-01-25 06:16:54 PM

Dimensio: vpb: The Stealth Hippopotamus: vpb: That's why we need to limit the firepower.speed.


If no car can go over 20 miles an hour than there would be fewer fatalities. I mean do you really need to go 40 miles an hour?! And while we are at it lets limit the gear ratios on bicycles! We really need to limit those as well. If it will just save one life how could we not?!

We already do regulate cars.  They have to have things like break lights for instance.  Cars manufactured after certain dates must have airbags, anti-lock brakes and such.

We need to regulate guns too.

What specific automobile models are banned by name?


And it's goo--wait a minute! Someone moved the goalposts! No good! No good!
 
2013-01-25 06:16:58 PM

JustGetItRight: ProfessorOhki: JustGetItRight: Princess Ryans Knickers: The point he was trying to make is that he's one of the majority of male legal gun owners who end up shooting up their own families.

The majority of male legal gun owners end up shooting their families. Thanks.

Around 43% of the men in America own a gun. That's about 100,000,000 people. Assuming they at least kill one, I wonder what we're going to do with those 50,000,000 bodies.

100,000,000 x 1 = 50,000,000?

/Number'd be more like 70m anyway.

100,000,000 owners. Poster said majority would end up shooting their families. A majority of 100,000,000 means 50,000,001 shooters.

50,000,001 X 1 = 50,000,001. Forgive me for rounding down.


Nah, my mistake. I totally missed the "majority" part and forgot to half it.
 
2013-01-25 06:17:02 PM

muck4doo: farkinfilipino: dear NRA,

this is why you can't have nice things.

Love,
Sane America

Dear retards of America,

This is an example of bullshiat that you are all yanking yourselves to. 100 year old bolt action AK-47's that scared someone, by looking real scary.

Love,
Smart Americans.


I don't care what the fark the gun was. Someone points a gun at me, I get scared. And don't play semantics with "durr hurr he gets scared of nerf guns." I mean a fire-farking-arm.

I was raised with "Don't point a gun at something you don't want to kill/destroy." It's what responsible owners do. It's what responsible owners teach their farking kids. And isn't "responsibility" the word of the day?

Go ahead and shoot *ahem* the messenger all you want, but it still boils down to "Some dipshiat pointed a gun at his daughter for getting Bs." And yet some people would rather white knight this clown via the "They messed up the gun type! Therefore the argument is invalid!"

Douchey fanboys.

/at least rabid trekkies don't shoot each other
//not sure about bat'lething each other to death
 
2013-01-25 06:18:26 PM
I see that BHK would be plenty happy for the chance to gunpoint one of his own kids.

If he had any, which I hope not.
 
2013-01-25 06:20:03 PM
Ridiculing, criticizing, or otherwise casting this behavior in a negative light is a form of oppression of some gun owners.

WHAT PART OF "SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED" DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND?

/did he mistake the daughter for a wild boar?
 
2013-01-25 06:22:25 PM
I skipped about five pages of back-and-forth to say this:

Whether you are pro-gun or anti-gun, the purpose of pointing a non-loaded weapon at somebody is still to threaten their lives. Maybe not at that moment, but at a later time. It's saying "This gun could be loaded if I wanted it to be."

It's like some sick trust game, in which the family is supposed to trust the father that the weapon being held is safe, and that he wouldn't really hurt them, because if you, as a child, say anything, you're wrong. And if you say you'll tell anybody, you're in deep shiat.

/my personal experience
//at least this kid's mom stepped between them
///what he did after that was the real big farking clue that this man shouldn't have a weapon at all.
 
2013-01-25 06:26:02 PM
www.politifake.org
 
2013-01-25 06:26:29 PM

OnlyM3: Just like we need to limit the free speech of tools like you that spew lies and conspiracy theories.


This is a hilarious post as I have you tagged as:

OnlyM3
(favorite: conspiracy nutbag)

/can't even remember why
 
2013-01-25 06:26:47 PM

Coco LaFemme: This here is a fine example of someone who is too stupid to own a firearm.  Bought the gun because he thought the "gub'mint" was going to ban it, and pointed it in his daughter's face for bringing home two B's instead of straight A's.

Take THAT man's gun and beat him upside the head with it......then don't give it back.


Hey now! He's just fine unless he's drunk.
 
2013-01-25 06:28:30 PM

meat0918: CrscntBufS: This is why background checks aren't as effective as they could be. People change and sometimes for the worse.

Right, but we should still have them for all firearms purchases. I'd wager until it became news, most Americans probably assumed all firearms required a background check.

It's a minor inconvenience that while not perfect, is something that should have been done a long time ago.


I hear this a lot.
1. Define "background check". Are we talking the same one used by FFL dealers? Or are we talking some other type of background check of varying legitimacy.
2. What's the incentive for private sellers to do the background check?
3. How will you ensure compliance by private sellers?


If you answer to 2 or 3 is "make them felons if they don't do it", then yeaaaah. Not gonna happen.
 
2013-01-25 06:29:15 PM
Since this is the latest in the dozen gun law threads for today, I'll post this here. Of all the proposed laws in the new package, I haven't heard one argument against the closing of the loophole that lets you buy any gun at a gun show without any papers or background checks.

/except "there takin' r guns!" of course
 
2013-01-25 06:29:55 PM

The Green Intern: I don't care what the fark the gun was


We know. It's safe to assume it was an AK. Best not nobody have them ever in the future.
 
2013-01-25 06:32:19 PM

Mugato: Since this is the latest in the dozen gun law threads for today, I'll post this here. Of all the proposed laws in the new package, I haven't heard one argument against the closing of the loophole that lets you buy any gun at a gun show without any papers or background checks.

/except "there takin' r guns!" of course


Who told you that?
 
2013-01-25 06:32:26 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: I'm just glad this guy has some Passionate Defenders in this thread who are brave enough to stand up for an American's right to point a gun at his daughter.


Nobody's defending what he did. It seems they're more concerned about the way the media is portraying the crime. Sensationalism is irresponsible and leads to hysteria.
 
2013-01-25 06:32:55 PM
i258.photobucket.com
 
2013-01-25 06:33:56 PM
Can ANYONE going on and on about the "error" in gun identification check the article for the TWO receipts for weapons and come back and flatly state in ALL CAPS that NEITHER receipt refers to a weapon that might sometimes be referred to by gun enthusiasts as an AK-47?
 
2013-01-25 06:36:42 PM

KidneyStone: [www.politifake.org image 640x939]


Haw haw, I sure am smarter than them thar jurnalists. Them "edjoocated" types with all them fancy queer words and their schoolin' and all them books.. shoot, I heard most of 'em even have all the teeth they was born with. Can you imagine?
 
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