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(MyWay News)   Federal Law Enforcement Officials say the man accused in a shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard that left at least 12 people dead has been identified as Aaron Alexis, a 34 year-old man from Texas   (apnews.myway.com) divider line 896
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2013-09-16 07:10:12 PM

Bareefer Obonghit: Les Comdien Masque: A black Buddhist from Texas.

Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/09/16/5167160/fort-worth-man-accuse d -in-washington.html?rh=1#storylink=cpy

FTA: Friends said he left the Navy because he didn't like to get up early.


Nobody likes to get up early! My last job, had to be up at 2am, that was some straight up farmer shiat!
 
2013-09-16 07:12:07 PM
Elegy:

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2013-09-16 07:12:11 PM

AngryDragon: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: AngryDragon: Shooter was discharged dishonorably for a shooting incident

Cite?


Aaron Alexis, Navy Yard gunman, involved in prior shooting


Doesn't mention him being "discharged dishonorably."
 
2013-09-16 07:12:13 PM

skozlaw: James10952001: We ALL agree that reduced violence and crime in general is a worthy goal

No, we don't. Or, rather, gun "advocates" don't. Their ONLY concern is their virtually unfettered access to any and all firearms and ammunition with no inconvenience on their part regardless of any potential payoff. The ONLY way they would accept any measure to reduce violence and crime involving guns is if it could be accomplished in a way that doesn't involve them at all, which is, of course, impossible, since we don't have any psychics on hand to weed out future criminals before they commit their crimes.

Since their ONLY priority is their hobby, it is not unfair to say they do not, in fact, have any interest in reducing gun crime or violence.


Hyperbole much?

How many gun owners have you talked to about that? I know a LOT of gun owners, and none of us are advocating random violence. We cringe whenever one of these incidents happens because it pours gasoline on the anti-gun fire.
 
2013-09-16 07:12:55 PM

skozlaw: snocone: If only there were a word for this "logic".

I don't know what you're crying about. Today's bloodshed, just like Aurora and Newtown and Fort Hood and Columbine and so many individual murders is the fruit of your constant victories in this argument.

You should wear the body count proudly. You've earned it.


My body count would certainly surprise you.
But do provide another giggle.
 
2013-09-16 07:13:10 PM

Surpheon: The derp is strong with this one. Copper bullets may be a greater risk to start forest fires, but they are not regulated at all. Just another blatant lie from the right wing.


Do you have any idea how much a 20 ct. box of solid copper 30.06 costs? $50. Meanwhile a box of the same in FMJ lead is $17. 3x the price. There's a reason why meth-heads steal copper, that stuff is expensive. It will have the effect of pricing most hunters out of the game in California. That's not only a whole lot of revenue from hunting permits that will go away but also all of the side private businesses that rely upon hunters for their income. The only cheap alternative is, as I said before, steel and those are heavily regulated in their manufacture because they also have the side effect of being considered armor piercing rounds. The only derp here is yours in not knowing about the issue before you opened your mouth on it.
 
2013-09-16 07:13:29 PM

sleeps in trees: The_Mad_Dutchman: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: s2s2s2: shower_in_my_socks: One man killed 12 people, just as the authors of the 2nd Amt intended. I eagerly await news of which well regulated militia he was member of so we can get to the bottom of this. The rest of the world thinks our gun laws and gun culture are crazy, and they are farking right.

*Europe

Australia
Canada
Japan

Most Canadians wish that they had more rights, like in the US, rather than think everyone here is crazy.

You sir are full of shiat.... But keep talking for the rest of us.


Well, you certainly showed me. When it comes to talking for Canadians, I guess I didn't get the memo that I was to defer to you.
 
2013-09-16 07:14:16 PM

mizchief: That and defending ourselves against a tyrannical government which unfortunately seems to become more necessary each day.


being mischievous or grade A screwball?
 
2013-09-16 07:15:19 PM

snocone: My body count would certainly surprise you.
But do provide another giggle.


Passive-aggressive cowardice. How surprising.
 
2013-09-16 07:15:31 PM
James10952001
What have health organizations done to promote gun rights? Or free speech? That isn't what the NRA does, nor should it be.
I'd also like to challenge the notion that all gun owners are card carrying NRA members an right wing conservative survivalists. I'm quite liberal on most things and never have cared for the NRA and they don't speak for me. I just happen to agree with them on certain matters.


Link
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First their suggestion was a mental health database....nothing to do anything about guns. How is that progressing?

Second there are rational gunowners that are worried about gun owners rights. Then there are kneejerk NRA supporters that will disagree with anything, anything that restricts a gunowner's rights.

The NRA represents the makers of guns, not the average gunowner. That is why they will eventually break like the oak instead of bending like the willow. And responsible gun owners will their rights in a big way.
 
2013-09-16 07:15:49 PM

Hella Fark: shiat, another shooting. when will people get that...

Assault Rifles Enable Idiots To Take More Lives

regulate the weapon or the idiots that can own them. pick one.


I guess you missed that he used a shotgun? He killed a guard and stole the guard's rifle, so remind me what limit on assault rifles would have prevented this? Ban police and military from carrying them because some nut with a lesser weapon could steal it?
 
2013-09-16 07:16:22 PM

Godscrack: The shooter
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NRA strikes again.


That won't work, liberals can't admit that there are any black conservatives.
 
2013-09-16 07:17:10 PM
Some black/brown muslim/buddha guy killed 12 people and this gets 11 pages on Fark?

Nobody realizes thats what these people do all day, every day?

I guess it only matters when they kill Americans.

If they only kill 12 Syrians in one day, they get demoted.
 
2013-09-16 07:17:12 PM

skozlaw: snocone: My body count would certainly surprise you.
But do provide another giggle.

Passive-aggressive cowardice. How surprising.


OOh, that resembles a personal attack, you're doing fine.
 
2013-09-16 07:17:14 PM

shower_in_my_socks: Per Gawker: "A former friend described Alexis as a devout Buddhist. "

This will disappoint many people.


Not me.

Devout Buddhists are always setting themselves on fire. I'm tired of that passive-aggressive stuff. I want to see more Buddhists shoot people.

They should at least catch up to the Orthodox Jews or Amish. Christians and Muslims have way too much of a head start and the Hindus and Confucians aren't far behind.

Live once in a while. Shoot the place up. You've got lots of lives left.
 
2013-09-16 07:17:53 PM

Radioactive Ass: Surpheon: The derp is strong with this one. Copper bullets may be a greater risk to start forest fires, but they are not regulated at all. Just another blatant lie from the right wing.

Do you have any idea how much a 20 ct. box of solid copper 30.06 costs? $50. Meanwhile a box of the same in FMJ lead is $17. 3x the price. There's a reason why meth-heads steal copper, that stuff is expensive. It will have the effect of pricing most hunters out of the game in California. That's not only a whole lot of revenue from hunting permits that will go away but also all of the side private businesses that rely upon hunters for their income. The only cheap alternative is, as I said before, steel and those are heavily regulated in their manufacture because they also have the side effect of being considered armor piercing rounds. The only derp here is yours in not knowing about the issue before you opened your mouth on it.


I read that the reason they're banning the lead bullets is because hunters are being irresponsible and leaving them with the guts and other field dressing detritus for things like condors to eat.
 
2013-09-16 07:18:31 PM

WhyteRaven74: badhatharry: Only the guys at the front gate are armed. Not a very good plan.

This point has already been made but most people in the military aren't trained in dealing with situations such as what happened today. Having a bunch of people walking around with weapons in case of a situation like this who aren't trained to deal with it could easily lead to it being worse.


Citation, please.

I mean - you must have a number of examples where this did happen, as every state in the US now has some form of concealed carry permit.

Right?
 
2013-09-16 07:19:04 PM

plausdeny: The FBI is looking for more information about this deceased Texan, Aaron Alexis.  Can anyone help them out?


[www.fbi.gov image 109x128][www.fbi.gov image 101x128]


Well they're not actually looking for him. One of the investigators just wants to find a better dome wax guy...
 
2013-09-16 07:19:58 PM

Enemabag Jones: Second there are rational gunowners that are worried about gun owners rights. Then there are kneejerk NRA supporters that will disagree with anything, anything that restricts a gunowner's rights.


That really misses the point. The idiots who refuse EVERYTHING are an incredibly weak minority. The real problem is the HUGE number of indifferent idiots who SAY they want reasonable changes to keep guns away from criminals and the mentally ill but when it comes time to push for those things just yawns and turns away. A massive majority claims to want universal background checks, but if they have to actually DO something to make it happen, well fark that, so we don't get it because the 10-15% of nutjobs are the only ones who actually speak.

We don't get sensible gun regulation because of the huge majority of people who are too indifferent to act, not because the tiny minority of NRA-funded idiots has that much sway.
 
2013-09-16 07:20:13 PM

James10952001: Cletus C.: PainfulItching: Take away one type of gun = open yourself up to losing all guns
Take away one freedom = open yourself up to losing all freedom

Do I have that argument right?

Yes you do. It's called a slippery slope argument and generally is employed by people who have nothing.

And this here is slapping a name on the argument and casually dismissing it as old and busted, as is often done by people who have nothing.

"I don't have a sensible counter debate, therefore your analogy is wrong or has been used before and you are an idiot"


Uh, it's pretty much textbook. I didn't make it up.
 
2013-09-16 07:20:14 PM

skozlaw: snocone: If only there were a word for this "logic".

I don't know what you're crying about. Today's bloodshed, just like Aurora and Newtown and Fort Hood and Columbine and so many individual murders is the fruit of your constant victories in this argument.

You should wear the body count proudly. You've earned it.


Do you have any idea how small the numbers from all those events put together are compared to the non-gun violence going on in the inner city every day? You are obsessed with guns and don't seem to care about the real statistics.
 
2013-09-16 07:20:32 PM

Surpheon: GRCooper: Since shotguns are legal in the UK, please explain how my ignorance means that the situation today (guy armed with shotgun kills guard and takes fully capable weaponry which he then uses) could not happen in the UK.

In the UK, you have a much higher training standard before guards are armed to the same extent in the US and there are far fewer weapons available.


I see. So this is the fault of the guard whose weapon was taken, and, by extension, the Navy's fault for not training him adequately and having more weapons available.

Shooting sprees still happen - a nut with a hunting rifle or shotgun can settle down and kill many people - but incidents like this just don't happen.

And because it hasn't happened, that means it never will?  Gotcha.  We should get on that whole "training our guards" thing.
 
2013-09-16 07:21:03 PM
vrax
The_Mad_Dutchman: Enemabag Jones:
In 1986 full auto arm not grandfathered in were effectively made illegal for those of moderate incomes, but short of the temporary limitations in 1996 I don't remember a further clapdown on gunowners.
The closing of the machine gun registry in '86 was another feel good/do nothing piece of legislation anyway. Since the inception of the NFA in 1934, there have only been three (yes, three) murders commited with legally registered machine guns. One of these was even a police officer, he killed his spouse with a select-fire AR. Just recently a man killed his wife with an auto Uzi, part of his collection, otherwise we were at two murders for around 30 years. These just aren't the weapons criminals buy or use.
That is a hell of a jump to make. Just because legally registered machine guns weren't used in crime doesn't mean that machine guns aren't purchased or used by criminals. Machine guns are used in about 2% of crime here in CA. Majority? No. Represented? Certainly.


I think the difference here is between either illegally modified or illegally imported full-auto, and gun/rifles that were grandfathered in per the 1986 law.
 
2013-09-16 07:21:09 PM

brantgoose: They should at least catch up to the Orthodox Jews or Amish.


great, you just gave some over payed under imaginative t.v. exec his next show;

Buddhist Duck Mafia
 
2013-09-16 07:21:20 PM

Enemabag Jones: First their suggestion was a mental health database....nothing to do anything about guns. How is that progressing?


Yeah, they'd like that national database, until they start ending up on it.  Then, not so much.  "Whad'ya mean I'm schizophrenic?  What about my guns?!"
 
2013-09-16 07:21:41 PM

Radioactive Ass: Surpheon: The derp is strong with this one. Copper bullets may be a greater risk to start forest fires, but they are not regulated at all. Just another blatant lie from the right wing.

Do you have any idea how much a 20 ct. box of solid copper 30.06 costs? $50. Meanwhile a box of the same in FMJ lead is $17. 3x the price. There's a reason why meth-heads steal copper, that stuff is expensive. It will have the effect of pricing most hunters out of the game in California. That's not only a whole lot of revenue from hunting permits that will go away but also all of the side private businesses that rely upon hunters for their income. The only cheap alternative is, as I said before, steel and those are heavily regulated in their manufacture because they also have the side effect of being considered armor piercing rounds. The only derp here is yours in not knowing about the issue before you opened your mouth on it.


Gee, I'd love to collect classic Corvettes, but if they were only 1/3rd the price I'd be able to. There is a conspiracy to keep me out of the classic car market. My freedoms are being infringed upon!!! I'm guaranteed the pursuit of happiness! The only thing standing in the way is the price. I have a clean criminal record and a the proper license. The demand for my hobby is higher than the supply! I'm being oppressed!! If only I had an organization to lobby congress on my behalf.
 
2013-09-16 07:22:41 PM

James10952001: skozlaw: snocone: If only there were a word for this "logic".

I don't know what you're crying about. Today's bloodshed, just like Aurora and Newtown and Fort Hood and Columbine and so many individual murders is the fruit of your constant victories in this argument.

You should wear the body count proudly. You've earned it.

Do you have any idea how small the numbers from all those events put together are compared to the non-gun violence going on in the inner city every day? You are obsessed with guns and don't seem to care about the real statistics.


Easy, there, I think he is going to land.
 
2013-09-16 07:22:44 PM

vrax: The_Mad_Dutchman: Enemabag Jones:
In 1986 full auto arm not grandfathered in were effectively made illegal for those of moderate incomes, but short of the temporary limitations in 1996 I don't remember a further clapdown on gunowners.

The closing of the machine gun registry in '86 was another feel good/do nothing piece of legislation anyway. Since the inception of the NFA in 1934, there have only been three (yes, three) murders commited with legally registered machine guns. One of these was even a police officer, he killed his spouse with a select-fire AR. Just recently a man killed his wife with an auto Uzi, part of his collection, otherwise we were at two murders for around 30 years. These just aren't the weapons criminals buy or use.

That is a hell of a jump to make.  Just because legally registered machine guns weren't used in crime doesn't mean that machine guns aren't purchased or used by criminals.  Machine guns are used in about 2% of crime here in CA.  Majority?  No.  Represented?  Certainly.


I'm not making any jump, I'm speaking from facts. Almost 80 years and just 3 murders. As for "machine guns" being used for 2% of crime in California... I'm defining machine gun as the BATFE defines it: A weapon, or any part thereof, which is designed to fire more than one round when the trigger is depressed. I know a lot of states have expanded their own definitions of machine gun so as to make them seem like a pervasive problem, or to ban certain types of weapon. If you have a gun that holds 11 rounds, it's a machine gun in DC for instance, doesn't matter that it isn't fully automatic. This is just disingenuous. The fact is, legally registered machine guns just aren't used in crimes, plain and simple. When you're spending upwards of $15,000 or $20,000 on a weapon... you're not going to go knocking over gas stations with it.
 
2013-09-16 07:23:34 PM
skozlaw ,
Enemabag Jones: Second there are rational gunowners that are worried about gun owners rights. Then there are kneejerk NRA supporters that will disagree with anything, anything that restricts a gunowner's rights.
That really misses the point. The idiots who refuse EVERYTHING are an incredibly weak minority. The real problem is the HUGE number of indifferent idiots who SAY they want reasonable changes to keep guns away from criminals and the mentally ill but when it comes time to push for those things just yawns and turns away. A massive majority claims to want universal background checks, but if they have to actually DO something to make it happen, well fark that, so we don't get it because the 10-15% of nutjobs are the only ones who actually speak.
We don't get sensible gun regulation because of the huge majority of people who are too indifferent to act, not because the tiny minority of NRA-funded idiots has that much sway.

You are right, that is a huge part of the problem.
 
2013-09-16 07:24:06 PM

MarkEC: I was in the Air Force in the early 80s. I bought a 6 inch Gerber survival knife at the Base Exchange. I couldn't take it into the dorms as weapons were banned from the dorms. I locked it under my motorcycle seat when I was there. When I was traveling on or off base I carried it on my hip so I wasn't carrying a concealed  weapon. I was stopped at the front gate by a female gate guard who had no idea that it was allowed on base, and she called her sergeant out to the gate. He took me aside and told me I was doing the right thing, but to keep the knife from causing a problem I should put it under my seat when I came on base. I wonder what it's like on bases today.




Probably extremely anal considering the crack down on booze and porn. I am imagine having a Gerber boot knife would be a summary court-martial offense now. Probably cannot even get them at the base exchange.

Use have one, damn good knife. Use to have one like this except handle was camo and I para-corded it. Lost it conducting night time small boat ops off Lejuene back in the day or in a poker game, I forget.

www.swordsswords.com
 
2013-09-16 07:24:17 PM

James10952001: The biggest difference I see is cultural. People there are just not as likely to go on a killing rampage. That does seem to be more common here and it doesn't seem to correlate noticeably with availability of guns in a given area.


I don't think you're wrong.

I'm sure there are many, varied, reasons why things like this happen.  I don't know the pathology behind that kind of thinking, but I wouldn't be surprised if part of it was "fark it, I'm going to take some of these farkers out and get famous doing it".  The fact that AA's name and picture is all over the news around the world in less than 12 hours could be part of the problem.
 
2013-09-16 07:24:36 PM

James10952001: Hella Fark: shiat, another shooting. when will people get that...

Assault Rifles Enable Idiots To Take More Lives

regulate the weapon or the idiots that can own them. pick one.

I guess you missed that he used a shotgun? He killed a guard and stole the guard's rifle, so remind me what limit on assault rifles would have prevented this? Ban police and military from carrying them because some nut with a lesser weapon could steal it?


Enough with your facts!  There's a gun control opportunity here!
 
2013-09-16 07:25:10 PM

Fista-Phobia: Elegy:

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2013-09-16 07:25:52 PM

James10952001: Do you have any idea how small the numbers from all those events put together are compared to the non-gun violence going on in the inner city every day?


Then you shouldn't mind being proud of the accomplishment.

As to the rest of your charge, I'm not too dumb to think we can't tackle more than one problem at a time as a society so as far as I'm concerned your argument can be written off carte blanche.

Regardless, I could give fark all about gun control at this point so don't lob bullshiat accusations at me about my motivations. I'm more than happy to admit that you nuts have won this debate decisively and there's no point in rehashing it.

I'm also more than happy to remind you of all the dead people that your victories have earned. Just think of the literal MINUTES of time saved next time you go to buy a gun. Be sure to thank the victims' families, by the way, for their noble sacrifice in the name of your personal convenience at the nearby Wal Mart.
 
2013-09-16 07:26:06 PM

xalres: I read that the reason they're banning the lead bullets is because hunters are being irresponsible and leaving them with the guts and other field dressing detritus for things like condors to eat.


It's not lead. It's DDT (again). Link. Lead bullets are already banned in Condor preserves and have been for 5 years. This ban is for all hunting anywhere in the state.
 
2013-09-16 07:27:49 PM
How many mass shootings does there need to be before people realize gun control is not the answer?
 
2013-09-16 07:28:17 PM
How come it is that when black guys snap they go after those in power and when white people snap they go after theatergoers and kindergartens?
 
2013-09-16 07:29:07 PM

mizchief: Godscrack: The shooter
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NRA strikes again.

That won't work, liberals can't admit that there are any black conservatives.


There are black conservatives. There. Done.

There are a few percent contrarians every where. There were even Jews who joined the Nazi Party to avoid ending up in death camps.

If 95% of blacks were Democrats or Liberals (that figure seems to apply only to Washingon, DC) 5% of the politicially active population would be about right for the Contrarian minority.

P.S. Will you stop telling me what I can or can not think, feel, or do? Because you're obviously really bad at it.

Clarence Thomas is a black conservative. Uncle Ruckus is a black conservative. That rich pizza nut is a black conservative. And what's the name of that really flakey one, Waits or Watts or Willnots or whatever? I can name lots of black conservatives. Almost all of them, apparently. There's a Hell of a lot of black Baptists and Pentecostals.

Did you know that the Founder of the Pentecostal sect was black? Ironic, isn't it? Given how many of those Pennies are racist crackers and how segregated conservatve churches are, yea unto this very day.
 
2013-09-16 07:29:34 PM

Dedmon: EbolaNYC: Why is it that in these military installations no one has a weapon? There's no armed security at all?

WTF man.

Probably because it's a fact that guns cause more deaths from accidents/domestic fights than they do from stopping mass murders. The powers that be decide that it's a bad idea for even highly trained soldiers to have weapons 24/7 strapped to their sides.


There aren't enough mass murders involving guns to even make that close to a fair statistic
 
2013-09-16 07:29:56 PM

TommyymmoT: [s3-ec.buzzfed.com image 625x508]


Thanks for the Comic Sans, I have to go replace my scorched retinas now.
 
2013-09-16 07:30:01 PM

Go Fornicate Without a Partner: Oh shiat! He's black?!?! Where's my popcorn!?!? Thought for sure that was as white as white could be of a name... Is that racist? Anyway.. this just became a clusterfark!! Do the dems demonize him? Do the repubs fight for his gun rights?!

Here come the head assplosions!!


Answers in order:

Yes.  And dead.

There are many possibilities, but you can be sure to find them wherever delicious snacks are sold.

Yes, that's racist.  If your thoughts about the situation turned immediately to the possible race of the assailants, even to the point of assuming a race, in the absence of evidence, you're a racist.

Some will, but your die hard class warfare hustlers will look for a reason why the white man/the rich/post military service PTSD/Emmanuel Goldstein made him do it.

No, because where Republicans and Democrats and independents agree is that people who commit violent felonies shouldn't be allowed to have guns again.  A libertarian attitude would be to fight for the restoration of his rights after he had completed his sentence and restitution... had he not died in the commission of his crimes.
 
2013-09-16 07:30:05 PM

Enemabag Jones: vrax
The_Mad_Dutchman: Enemabag Jones:
In 1986 full auto arm not grandfathered in were effectively made illegal for those of moderate incomes, but short of the temporary limitations in 1996 I don't remember a further clapdown on gunowners.
The closing of the machine gun registry in '86 was another feel good/do nothing piece of legislation anyway. Since the inception of the NFA in 1934, there have only been three (yes, three) murders commited with legally registered machine guns. One of these was even a police officer, he killed his spouse with a select-fire AR. Just recently a man killed his wife with an auto Uzi, part of his collection, otherwise we were at two murders for around 30 years. These just aren't the weapons criminals buy or use.
That is a hell of a jump to make. Just because legally registered machine guns weren't used in crime doesn't mean that machine guns aren't purchased or used by criminals. Machine guns are used in about 2% of crime here in CA. Majority? No. Represented? Certainly.

I think the difference here is between either illegally modified or illegally imported full-auto, and gun/rifles that were grandfathered in per the 1986 law.


Well, it is true that criminals aren't buying or using legally registered pre-'86 machine guns.  They are, however, buying and using machine guns.  Not sure what other point I was supposed to take away from his statement.
 
2013-09-16 07:30:37 PM

skozlaw: James10952001: Do you have any idea how small the numbers from all those events put together are compared to the non-gun violence going on in the inner city every day?

Then you shouldn't mind being proud of the accomplishment.

As to the rest of your charge, I'm not too dumb to think we can't tackle more than one problem at a time as a society so as far as I'm concerned your argument can be written off carte blanche.

Regardless, I could give fark all about gun control at this point so don't lob bullshiat accusations at me about my motivations. I'm more than happy to admit that you nuts have won this debate decisively and there's no point in rehashing it.

I'm also more than happy to remind you of all the dead people that your victories have earned. Just think of the literal MINUTES of time saved next time you go to buy a gun. Be sure to thank the victims' families, by the way, for their noble sacrifice in the name of your personal convenience at the nearby Wal Mart.


Nice straw man.  You get that at Target?  Can't find nothing that fancy at Walmart.
 
2013-09-16 07:30:42 PM

PainfulItching: Gee, I'd love to collect classic Corvettes, but if they were only 1/3rd the price I'd be able to. There is a conspiracy to keep me out of the classic car market. My freedoms are being infringed upon!!! I'm guaranteed the pursuit of happiness! The only thing standing in the way is the price. I have a clean criminal record and a the proper license. The demand for my hobby is higher than the supply! I'm being oppressed!! If only I had an organization to lobby congress on my behalf.


Not a good analogy. This is like suddenly tripling the prices of all cars no matter what the make and model (to use your car example). Not all hunters do it for a hobby just like not all people who own cars do it to have a classic car. For many it's a tool (hunting for food or driving to get to work).

Derptastic response though...
 
2013-09-16 07:31:04 PM
Any word if it was a real AR-15 and not one from the obligatory chart?
 
2013-09-16 07:31:11 PM
The problem is clearly American gun laws, not the fact a guy with a shotgun could rack up this kind of a bodycount at a military facility of what is supposed to be the strongest military on Earth. No enemies taking note of this, no sir.
 
2013-09-16 07:31:23 PM

Apik0r0s: How come it is that when black guys snap they go after those in power and when white people snap they go after theatergoers and kindergartens?


Because how do you go after The Man, when you *are* 'The Man'?
 
2013-09-16 07:32:07 PM

skozlaw: We don't get sensible gun regulation because of the huge majority of people who are too indifferent to act, not because the tiny minority of NRA-funded idiots has that much sway.


Huh.  Must not be that big a problem, then.
 
2013-09-16 07:33:05 PM

Kuroshin: CrazyCracka420: Kuroshin: LarryDan43: Infernalist: Remember now, the problem isn't the prevalence of guns in society and ease with which anyone can get them.

The problem is there aren't enough guns out there yet.

/nra

This is not the time to talk about gun control!

Sure it is!  Because a bomb would have been much better!

/crazy gonna cray
//killers gonna kill

///makes it much easier to do with a tool whose sole purpose is designed to kill and is easily accessible to anyone in this country.

You mean like a bomb?


Yes, exactly like a bomb. You can walk into any sporting goods store and pickup a bomb without any questions being asked.

You farking serious guy?
 
2013-09-16 07:33:07 PM
Why does anyone need a bumpfire stock? Because you can right? USA! USA!
 
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