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2013-05-12 05:24:53 PM
All you folks asking what a "second line" is, I recommend watching Treme.

Damn good series so far.

Or, you could just wiki it...
 
2013-05-12 05:26:12 PM

coeyagi: It's also funny that you didn't post the previous comments for fear that I could ass rape your logic had my comments not been reposted without the slightest bit of context, but since you're that dishonest, I won't go bother to find what you wrote.


Oh, so you are an idiot then. My statement, in context, was simply that gun violence was at its lowest rate in twenty years. This is a fact. I used it to respond to the frequency of mass shootings, pointing out that it's ironic- despite being safer than many of us have ever been in our entire lives, we hear about more mass shootings than ever.

This is "ironic" in the traditional, not the "Alanis Morissette" sense.
 
2013-05-12 05:26:35 PM

coeyagi: t3knomanser: Belatryx: Oh FFS people. Can we just go one week without mass shootings?

Ironically, the frequency of gun violence is far lower than it was only two decades ago. Nobody  feels that way, but  it's true

Obviously, the solution is to do nothing then.  I am sure the thousands of dead people from gun crimes each year are resting easy in their graves knowing that fact.


I know, we should just pass a law that makes crimes illegal and then they won't happen anymore.
 
2013-05-12 05:26:41 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: ows: what the hell is a second line? is that where they walk all funny like? and then people start getting shot?

I think it's a "stomp" type march, where they do lots of tribal-type banging on unconventional objects, like trash can lids and plastic tubs and what not. I'm pretty sure this is the primary means of conflict resolution at these events.


No, it isn't. A second line is an old term from jazz funeral processions. The first line leads the funeral and leads the walking procession. The casket then the mourners follow and the second line is at the end, but it plays upbeat celebratory music. Second line parades are pretty popular on holidays in some neighborhoods in New Orleans.
 
2013-05-12 05:27:24 PM

super_grass: you are a puppet: super_grass: Mugato: super_grass: More people will be killed by alcohol this weekend but we have the luxury of not listening to the MADD neo-prohibitionists derp about bottle size restrictions and limits on liquor proofs. Now the gun-control people are repeating the same thing and we're all quite tired of them.

Isn't there a screening of Red Dawn you could be masturbating to?

I'm not even that pro-gun, but this is just sad.

Instead of engaging in ANY exchange of ideas, people like you just jump into a thread, call names, and summarily dismiss any opposition as lunatics.

And you wonder why NRA and friends keep whopping your asses in the court system and legislature after the news cycle ends. You'll get your smug self-satisfaction, I have no doubt about that, but I'm glad to say that people like yourself will never get laws your way in the long term.

And one day we will make it illegal for people to call us flowers.

Is this some kind of troll or something? Are you being dense on purpose? Your side is not going to win unless you have something more substantial than non-sequitors and mockery.

Pic related it's how effective you are:

[www.people-press.org image 294x390]
I guess the delicate gun-owning flowers are why you are not a winner.


That's actually a chart showing how effective shootings are, it doesn't say anything as to how effective people saying "flower" are. I've never shot anyone, so it doesn't address my effectiveness at all, daisy.
 
2013-05-12 05:27:26 PM

super_grass: coeyagi: Dimensio: Nabb1: EVERYBODY PANIC: Hey, that's my hometown. Only a dozen injured? And this is news? Meh.

Local reports seem to indicate one gang member shooting at another in a crowd and hitting just about everyone else but the guy he wanted to shoot. But, hey, political circle jerk.

Gun rights advocates remain hopeful that some of the injured will eventually die so the NRA can go on the defensive and drive gun sales.

FTFY

That makes zero sense. If what you said was true then gun sales would jump after every local gangland drive-by.

Gun sales jumped after the shootings because suddenly politicians and news networks started talking about gun control. People decided to guy guns before it becomes harder/more expensive to do so.

It's the Streisand effect, not some NRA conspiracy.


Oh dear lord.  Sure, you just keep believing that if the NRA isn't stoking the fire of fear in gun owners, that the guns and ammo will be flying off the shelves at the rate they've been.

Follow the money.

1) Tragedy.
2) Call for gun control.
3) NRA stokes fear.
4) People buy guns / ammo.
5) More money in gun manufacturers' pockets.
6) More money to go to the NRA from gun manufacturers.

I am not saying they would do this, but given that model, it would be in the best financial interest of everyone if the NRA just armed all the school children it could.  But I am SURE they haven't every suggested anything remotely similar to that before...
 
2013-05-12 05:27:39 PM
oh black people.....
 
2013-05-12 05:28:14 PM

The first thing I looked at: coeyagi: t3knomanser: Belatryx: Oh FFS people. Can we just go one week without mass shootings?

Ironically, the frequency of gun violence is far lower than it was only two decades ago. Nobody  feels that way, but  it's true

Obviously, the solution is to do nothing then.  I am sure the thousands of dead people from gun crimes each year are resting easy in their graves knowing that fact.

I know, we should just pass a law that makes crimes illegal and then they won't happen anymore.


Strawmanus Douchebagus.

1/10.
 
2013-05-12 05:28:23 PM

Noam Chimpsky: coeyagi: Noam Chimpsky: coeyagi: Noam Chimpsky: I blame the 2nd Amendment.

I blame its proponents who think tyranny is a transgendered dinosaur.

Are you an opponent of the 2nd Amendment? Clearly you aren't a proponent, right?

There are obviously a lot of you anti-2nd Amendment types. Why don't you start a petition to repeal it?  Grow a pair.

Come on chimpkens, work that trollrage a little harder, bro.

Why don't you anti 2nd Amendment people try to repeal it or modify the uninfringed right to keep and bear arms language? It just seems kinda gay to go after the proponents of a constitutional right while not going after the right itself.


THE RIGHT IS THE ONLY right with a built in limitation! Why dont we just enforce the limitation,Noam Derpsky?

/The Supreme Court has ruled "the right is not unlimited. It is not a right to keep and carry any weapon whatsoever in any manner whatsoever and for whatever purpose"

//shove that up the ass of 2nd Amendment Deniers - those who think the 2nd Amendment means they can do anything...
///kinda like the right to happiness means we can self-administer any drug we want to achieve happiness, right?
///the slashies compel you to stop and think!
 
2013-05-12 05:28:47 PM

coeyagi: Noam Chimpsky: coeyagi: Noam Chimpsky: coeyagi: Noam Chimpsky: I blame the 2nd Amendment.

I blame its proponents who think tyranny is a transgendered dinosaur.

Are you an opponent of the 2nd Amendment? Clearly you aren't a proponent, right?

There are obviously a lot of you anti-2nd Amendment types. Why don't you start a petition to repeal it?  Grow a pair.

Come on chimpkens, work that trollrage a little harder, bro.

Why don't you anti 2nd Amendment people try to repeal it or modify the uninfringed right to keep and bear arms language? It just seems kinda gay to go after the proponents of a constitutional right while not going after the right itself.

Not really. If you have a greater than 3rd grade education, you can interpret the 2nd amendment like I do which is to mean it can be regulated, which is what we are discussing.


How do you define "uninfringed"? Even your leftist scotus justices aren't gonna pretend "well-regulated militia" means you get to infringe on the people's right to keep and bear arms. "Well-regulated" means "formidable and dependable" and regards the commentary on the importance of the militia. The formidable and dependable militia is obsolete after we went to a standing army.

It might be your best argument for repealing the 2nd by showing that the founders felt the most important reason to give the people an uninfringed right to keep and bear arms was for militia purposes. However, it was not the only reason for the uninfringed right to keep and bear arms.

Don't hate on the proponents of the Bill of Rights if you are too cowardly to repeal the ones that offend you.
 
2013-05-12 05:29:04 PM

accelerus: oh black people.....


Dude... You can't just come out and say it
 
2013-05-12 05:29:18 PM
i1091.photobucket.com
This thread is going too fast slowdown people!!!!
 
2013-05-12 05:29:36 PM
Meh. Gangbangers doing what gangbangers do. Shooting wildly into a crowd like the ignorant farks they are. This why police should be allowed to cap gang members on site as they are a blight on the community.
 
2013-05-12 05:29:50 PM

hardinparamedic: IlGreven: [sphotos-c.ak.fbcdn.net image 480x655]



But you say that's BEFORE Obama got elected! How dare you mislead me, RIght!

Nope. Gun-related killings dropped below 6,000 in 2011. 6000 people in a country of 311 Million people.

But please, tell me how it's JUST a gun problem.


Do you just think that people aren't going to click on your links?

Guns were involved in 2/3 of the homicides in 2011. And that omits suicides and accidents.
 
2013-05-12 05:29:51 PM

Noam Chimpsky: coeyagi: Noam Chimpsky: coeyagi: Noam Chimpsky: coeyagi: Noam Chimpsky: I blame the 2nd Amendment.

I blame its proponents who think tyranny is a transgendered dinosaur.

Are you an opponent of the 2nd Amendment? Clearly you aren't a proponent, right?

There are obviously a lot of you anti-2nd Amendment types. Why don't you start a petition to repeal it?  Grow a pair.

Come on chimpkens, work that trollrage a little harder, bro.

Why don't you anti 2nd Amendment people try to repeal it or modify the uninfringed right to keep and bear arms language? It just seems kinda gay to go after the proponents of a constitutional right while not going after the right itself.

Not really. If you have a greater than 3rd grade education, you can interpret the 2nd amendment like I do which is to mean it can be regulated, which is what we are discussing.

How do you define "uninfringed"? Even your leftist scotus justices aren't gonna pretend "well-regulated militia" means you get to infringe on the people's right to keep and bear arms. "Well-regulated" means "formidable and dependable" and regards the commentary on the importance of the militia. The formidable and dependable militia is obsolete after we went to a standing army.

It might be your best argument for repealing the 2nd by showing that the founders felt the most important reason to give the people an uninfringed right to keep and bear arms was for militia purposes. However, it was not the only reason for the uninfringed right to keep and bear arms.

Don't hate on the proponents of the Bill of Rights if you are too cowardly to repeal the ones that offend you.


I was unaware that I had the power to repeal an amendment.

Thanks for the lesson, chimp.
 
2013-05-12 05:32:11 PM

coeyagi: super_grass: coeyagi: Dimensio: Nabb1: EVERYBODY PANIC: Hey, that's my hometown. Only a dozen injured? And this is news? Meh.

Local reports seem to indicate one gang member shooting at another in a crowd and hitting just about everyone else but the guy he wanted to shoot. But, hey, political circle jerk.

Gun rights advocates remain hopeful that some of the injured will eventually die so the NRA can go on the defensive and drive gun sales.

FTFY

That makes zero sense. If what you said was true then gun sales would jump after every local gangland drive-by.

Gun sales jumped after the shootings because suddenly politicians and news networks started talking about gun control. People decided to guy guns before it becomes harder/more expensive to do so.

It's the Streisand effect, not some NRA conspiracy.

Oh dear lord.  Sure, you just keep believing that if the NRA isn't stoking the fire of fear in gun owners, that the guns and ammo will be flying off the shelves at the rate they've been.

Follow the money.

1) Tragedy.
2) Call for gun control.
3) NRA stokes fear.
4) People buy guns / ammo.
5) More money in gun manufacturers' pockets.
6) More money to go to the NRA from gun manufacturers.

I am not saying they would do this, but given that model, it would be in the best financial interest of everyone if the NRA just armed all the school children it could.  But I am SURE they haven't every suggested anything remotely similar to that before...


That you think the NRA is funded by gun manufacturers shows just how little you know about the subject.

Now, I'm not saying that the whole fear stoking cycle doesn't exist--it is obvious that it does--but to say that it is some grand conspiracy on the part of gun manufacturers is wholly ignorant and just as desperately conspiratorial as the Alex Jones crowd tends to be.

The NRA is funded by dues, even the NRA-ILA's lobbying is funded almost entirely by member dues.
 
2013-05-12 05:32:30 PM
Updated story with interviews and more details

sad tag quote:  "Me and mom were going to the second line. I told her I didn't want to go because there are all always shots at a second line"
 
2013-05-12 05:33:15 PM

coeyagi: super_grass: coeyagi: Dimensio: Nabb1: EVERYBODY PANIC: Hey, that's my hometown. Only a dozen injured? And this is news? Meh.

Local reports seem to indicate one gang member shooting at another in a crowd and hitting just about everyone else but the guy he wanted to shoot. But, hey, political circle jerk.

Gun rights advocates remain hopeful that some of the injured will eventually die so the NRA can go on the defensive and drive gun sales.

FTFY

That makes zero sense. If what you said was true then gun sales would jump after every local gangland drive-by.

Gun sales jumped after the shootings because suddenly politicians and news networks started talking about gun control. People decided to guy guns before it becomes harder/more expensive to do so.

It's the Streisand effect, not some NRA conspiracy.

Oh dear lord.  Sure, you just keep believing that if the NRA isn't stoking the fire of fear in gun owners, that the guns and ammo will be flying off the shelves at the rate they've been.

Follow the money.

1) Tragedy.
2) Call for gun control.
3) NRA stokes fear.
4) People buy guns / ammo.
5) More money in gun manufacturers' pockets.
6) More money to go to the NRA from gun manufacturers.

I am not saying they would do this, but given that model, it would be in the best financial interest of everyone if the NRA just armed all the school children it could.  But I am SURE they haven't every suggested anything remotely similar to that before...


 You also have to say that politicians have been exploiting this for all it's worth too. I've said it before but I swear sometimes they are all in it together. The media hype a shooting, policitians hype banning guns or more control., the NRA and others hype the "proposed" banning or more control, the public goes crazy buying stuff before it's banned...and then something else happens which starts the cycle all over again. Seriously gun control now is almost silly just with the amount of product that has been purchased in the last 10-15 years.
 
2013-05-12 05:33:18 PM

coeyagi: simrobert2001: Dang it people, can we NOT have a reason for the gun grabbers to grab guns for a week? Seriously, what the hell?

How many of your guns have the gun grabbers grabbed?


How many guns would a gun grabber grab if a gun grabber could grab guns?
 
2013-05-12 05:33:37 PM

whatshisname: my alt's alt's alt: There is a mental health treatment problem and an economic disparity problem in the United States. Gun related massacres are just a symptom.

I don't buy this spin that anyone who shoots someone is mentally ill. Are all armed robbers, rapist and any and all criminals in general mentally ill? No. It's just a diversionary tactic so you don't have to face the real problem of a gun culture out of control.


Do you not recognize that there's a huge difference between someone holding up a convenience store, and up to three? people spraying bullets into a crowd?

Stop this farking bus, I want off.
 
2013-05-12 05:34:19 PM

Tellingthem: I've said it before but I swear sometimes they are all in it together.


(Ah, the first warning signs of psychosis)

/said everything i want to say in my last post
//gotta go call my mother
 
2013-05-12 05:34:54 PM

birdmanesq: Guns were involved in 2/3 of the homicides in 2011. And that omits suicides and accidents.


The point called from Beijing, and said hi.  It's not just a gun problem. It's a complex, multifactorial issue. The idea that you can distill it down to a gun problem is an insane attempt at hiding your head in the dirt.

And the majority of those homicides involved drug and drug-related crimes, and were committed using semi-automatic handguns. Yet, somehow, blatantly banning all guns is going to solve the problems?

Let's not address the drug culture and problems with the laughable "War on Drugs".
Let's not address crippling poverty, lack of a single-payer healthcare system, or the failure of the system as it stands to care for mentally ill people.
Let's not address the fact there are reasonable measures that we can undertake to reduce gun violence, such as closing background loopholes.

But no. Let's ban the guns. That'll solve everything!
 
2013-05-12 05:35:21 PM

Swoop1809: Now is not the time to talk about gun control


fark off it's not.
 
2013-05-12 05:35:22 PM
Guess the race.
 
2013-05-12 05:35:33 PM
Sounds like a gang hit.

Carried out by people who aren't supposed to have guns and probably obtained them illegally, and wouldn't give them up if they were banned.
 
2013-05-12 05:36:09 PM

hardinparamedic: birdmanesq: Guns were involved in 2/3 of the homicides in 2011. And that omits suicides and accidents.

The point called from Beijing, and said hi.  It's not just a gun problem. It's a complex, multifactorial issue. The idea that you can distill it down to a gun problem is an insane attempt at hiding your head in the dirt.

And the majority of those homicides involved drug and drug-related crimes, and were committed using semi-automatic handguns. Yet, somehow, blatantly banning all guns is going to solve the problems?

Let's not address the drug culture and problems with the laughable "War on Drugs".
Let's not address crippling poverty, lack of a single-payer healthcare system, or the failure of the system as it stands to care for mentally ill people.
Let's not address the fact there are reasonable measures that we can undertake to reduce gun violence, such as closing background loopholes.

But no. Let's ban the guns. That'll solve everything!


Whoa, there are people trying to ban all the guns? And blatantly even?
 
2013-05-12 05:36:11 PM

CruJones: Prank Call of Cthulhu: What's a "second-line parade"?

A pretty awesome event in New Orleans, where people get all dressed up and the full brass band parades around with people dancing and following along.   There is no occasion inappropriate for a second line, from a funeral to a wedding.


And the problem is that my wife would really like to see one and, at this point, I'm thinking New Orleans is too dangerous to visit.
 
2013-05-12 05:36:26 PM

Kinetocracy: Guess the race.


It was a parade.
 
2013-05-12 05:36:38 PM
Gun sales go up when people are under the impression that they might not be able to get or afford one soon. Anti-2nd people are the ones who drive that perception with what they say and do. This is not a surprise to anyone who looks at it objectively.
 
2013-05-12 05:36:58 PM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: What's a "second-line parade"?


A place where people exercise their second amendment rights, apparently.
 
2013-05-12 05:36:59 PM

LookForTheArrow: Tellingthem: I've said it before but I swear sometimes they are all in it together.

(Ah, the first warning signs of psychosis)

/said everything i want to say in my last post
//gotta go call my mother


Oh i've had the warning signs well before this haha. And I'm not really serious about some grand conspiracy. But just like these threads it all seems to follow the same pattern
 
2013-05-12 05:37:11 PM

hardinparamedic: birdmanesq: Guns were involved in 2/3 of the homicides in 2011. And that omits suicides and accidents.

The point called from Beijing, and said hi.  It's not just a gun problem. It's a complex, multifactorial issue. The idea that you can distill it down to a gun problem is an insane attempt at hiding your head in the dirt.

And the majority of those homicides involved drug and drug-related crimes, and were committed using semi-automatic handguns. Yet, somehow, blatantly banning all guns is going to solve the problems?

Let's not address the drug culture and problems with the laughable "War on Drugs".
Let's not address crippling poverty, lack of a single-payer healthcare system, or the failure of the system as it stands to care for mentally ill people.
Let's not address the fact there are reasonable measures that we can undertake to reduce gun violence, such as closing background loopholes.

But no. Let's ban the guns. That'll solve everything!


YOURE THE ONE SUGGESTING WE BAN GUNS. SMART PEOPLE ARE SUGGESTING WE CONTROL THEM, JERKFACE

/damn i thought i had nothing left to say
 
2013-05-12 05:37:12 PM

Marine1: Sounds like a gang hit.

Carried out by people who aren't supposed to have guns and probably obtained them illegally, and wouldn't give them up if they were banned.


The sad thing is that while banning guns wouldn't have prevented a banger hit, that reasonable enforcement and enhancement of measures that could identify the straw buyers of weapons intended to be sold on the streets could have limited access for bangers.

Hint: They're not getting those glocks from south of the border.
 
2013-05-12 05:37:19 PM
As a Canadian, my opinion in this counts for nothing, but seriously America: fark the second amendment. Change it, vote it out, smash it down. It's meaningless, divisive, and hurting you as a nation. Get over this gun fetish, you'll be so much stronger as a nation without it.
 
2013-05-12 05:37:27 PM
It's New Orleans.  Is this unusual for New Orleans, or is it just that it happened during a parade?  I thought that city had a terrible crime problem.
 
2013-05-12 05:38:11 PM

coco ebert: Fark It: Quantum Apostrophe: The USA is a factory for making people mentally ill and arming them.

I guarantee this was gang (and therefore drug-war) related.

A lot of recent shootings in NOLA have found to not be gang-related. Unfortunately, they've been committed by youngsters just out to create havoc. There's structural violence there and the reasoning behind such crimes is not always easy to discern.



It's discernable, all right. You are just not supposed to talk about it.
 
2013-05-12 05:38:35 PM
On a positive note, hurricane season will be starting soon.
 
2013-05-12 05:38:41 PM

LookForTheArrow: YOURE THE ONE SUGGESTING WE BAN GUNS. SMART PEOPLE ARE SUGGESTING WE CONTROL THEM, JERKFACE


you are a puppet: Whoa, there are people trying to ban all the guns? And blatantly even?


You haven't been on FARK in the past several weeks, have you?

People like  ontariolightning are just as bad as people who act like anyone talking regulation means Obummer is gonna march in and jackboot their throats while they take their guns.
 
2013-05-12 05:38:49 PM

Hebalo: As a Canadian, my opinion in this counts for nothing, but seriously America: fark the second amendment. Change it, vote it out, smash it down. It's meaningless, divisive, and hurting you as a nation. Get over this gun fetish, you'll be so much stronger as a nation without it.


shut up you filthy socialist.
 
2013-05-12 05:38:51 PM

hardinparamedic: Marine1: Sounds like a gang hit.

Carried out by people who aren't supposed to have guns and probably obtained them illegally, and wouldn't give them up if they were banned.

The sad thing is that while banning guns wouldn't have prevented a banger hit, that reasonable enforcement and enhancement of measures that could identify the straw buyers of weapons intended to be sold on the streets could have limited access for bangers.

Hint: They're not getting those glocks from south of the border.


Problem is, they don't even buy them. They break into gun stores and homes and take them. There's a reason most gun stores have bars on the windows and resemble fortresses.
 
2013-05-12 05:38:54 PM

IlGreven: [sphotos-c.ak.fbcdn.net image 480x655]


It did turn out that the Tsarnaev brothers didn't actually shoot anyone, the police shot each other. We need to keep the guns away from police and give them nightsticks like the British.
Calling them Bobbies would be knickers as well.
 
2013-05-12 05:39:28 PM

hardinparamedic: birdmanesq: Guns were involved in 2/3 of the homicides in 2011. And that omits suicides and accidents.

The point called from Beijing, and said hi.  It's not just a gun problem. It's a complex, multifactorial issue. The idea that you can distill it down to a gun problem is an insane attempt at hiding your head in the dirt.

And the majority of those homicides involved drug and drug-related crimes, and were committed using semi-automatic handguns. Yet, somehow, blatantly banning all guns is going to solve the problems?

Let's not address the drug culture and problems with the laughable "War on Drugs".
Let's not address crippling poverty, lack of a single-payer healthcare system, or the failure of the system as it stands to care for mentally ill people.
Let's not address the fact there are reasonable measures that we can undertake to reduce gun violence, such as closing background loopholes.

But no. Let's ban the guns. That'll solve everything!


It's a complex, multifactorial issue that could be halted significantly with tightened gun laws. But no, you retards are too stupid to see that. Despite the fact that it's worked elsewhere.
 
2013-05-12 05:39:30 PM

hardinparamedic: But no. Let's ban the guns. That'll solve everything!


You're being part of the problem. No one is trying to ban all guns, but by screaming about how that's what people want to do you're using your own pants pissing fear of the world to be as much a part of the problem as an AR-15.

Radioactive Ass: This is not a surprise to anyone who looks at it objectively.


Supporting background checks and the like isn't being opposed to the second amendment. There are gun dealers who support all sorts of stuff the NRA would have a coronary over, yet one can't say they're opposed to the second amendment.
 
2013-05-12 05:39:48 PM
 I hate to comment flippantly about something so awful, but Hey! That's why we're on Fark!

Since we aren't going to disarm America, and this is likely to turn out to be two rival groups shooting at each other, not at the parade, maybe we should look at more shooting courses. Don't mean to be a dick, but, hit your target people.

The Geuga County Shooter a few days ago. No collateral damage. The grouping on the squad car was phenomenal. He was moving while firing and had two distinct groupings, both pretty tight given he was under fire as well. http://www.wkyc.com/images/300/169/2/assetpool/images/130503045626_Mi d dlefield%20cruiser.jpg
 
2013-05-12 05:40:17 PM

hardinparamedic: LookForTheArrow: YOURE THE ONE SUGGESTING WE BAN GUNS. SMART PEOPLE ARE SUGGESTING WE CONTROL THEM, JERKFACE

you are a puppet: Whoa, there are people trying to ban all the guns? And blatantly even?

You haven't been on FARK in the past several weeks, have you?

People like  ontariolightning are just as bad as people who act like anyone talking regulation means Obummer is gonna march in and jackboot their throats while they take their guns.


i'm bad? Bad to the bone. B b b badd. Bad to the bone. Don't forgetabootiteitherjack
 
2013-05-12 05:40:23 PM

Marine1: Problem is, they don't even buy them. They break into gun stores and homes and take them. There's a reason most gun stores have bars on the windows and resemble fortresses.


Not true in all cases. Someone will straw buy them in bulk from shows and from gunshops, and then sell them at a mildly increased premium to the discerning banger on the go.
 
2013-05-12 05:40:29 PM

coeyagi: The first thing I looked at: coeyagi: t3knomanser: Belatryx: Oh FFS people. Can we just go one week without mass shootings?

Ironically, the frequency of gun violence is far lower than it was only two decades ago. Nobody  feels that way, but  it's true

Obviously, the solution is to do nothing then.  I am sure the thousands of dead people from gun crimes each year are resting easy in their graves knowing that fact.

I know, we should just pass a law that makes crimes illegal and then they won't happen anymore.

Strawmanus Douchebagus.

1/10.


What an enlightening reply. I suppose you didn't have any real response to that though, so just go with insults again. Its how normal people can tell you shouldn't be taken seriously.
 
2013-05-12 05:40:29 PM

Nabb1: EVERYBODY PANIC: Hey, that's my hometown. Only a dozen injured? And this is news? Meh.

Local reports seem to indicate one gang member shooting at another in a crowd and hitting just about everyone else but the guy he wanted to shoot. But, hey, political circle jerk.


The NRA should sponsor pistol marksmanship programs in gang-heavy areas.

These kids need to take more pride in their work.
 
2013-05-12 05:40:30 PM
Motherfarker...
 
2013-05-12 05:40:57 PM

Lsherm: It's New Orleans. Is this unusual for New Orleans, or is it just that it happened during a parade? I thought that city had a terrible crime problem.


12 people being shot in one incident is unusual for anywhere in the US. Even in South Central LA in the late 80s and early 90s it would've been extremely unusual.
 
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