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(Kotaku)   In response to the DC shooting, Fox News suggests possible restrictions on purchases and detailed monitoring of usage. Fark: Of video games   (kotaku.com) divider line 9
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2013-09-17 05:34:53 PM
I would like to point out that Elizabeth Hasselbeck

1) is extremely farkable
2) has gotten ugly
3) is a biatch
 
2013-09-17 05:42:54 PM

Lionel Mandrake: I would like to point out that Elizabeth Hasselbeck

1) is extremely farkable
2) has gotten ugly
3) is a biatch


Well played.
 
2013-09-17 05:43:17 PM
So Pete and Re-Pete walk into a bar.

/hint: look at the headline below this one
 
2013-09-17 05:43:27 PM
so can somebody thread shiat this thread too?
 
2013-09-17 05:45:08 PM
I mean, they have a point. That guy beating all those soldiers to death with a GTA V disc is a national tragedy and we must react accordingly.
 
2013-09-17 05:46:07 PM
Does it hurt to be this farking dumb?
 
2013-09-17 05:50:31 PM
Two questions I can never get an honest answer for:

1) If guns weren't a $6 billion/year industry, does anyone really think there'd be such a massive movement to protect the rights of manufacturers to make and sell whatever military-grade death machines they find most profitable?

2) If, hypothetically, the second amendment didn't exist and modern America was in line with other first world countries in terms of gun bans/restrictions, what would be the argument for passing and ratifying a gun rights amendment in 2013?
 
2013-09-17 05:58:25 PM
dookdookdook: I'm playing Devil's Advocate on the following...

1) If guns weren't a $6 billion/year industry, does anyone really think there'd be such a massive movement to protect the rights of manufacturers to make and sell whatever military-grade death machines they find most profitable?

There are strenuous laws prohibiting "military-grade death machines" on the Federal and State level. You might get the "honest answer" you want with a less incendiary question. Plus, didn't the guy yesterday use a shotgun?

2) If, hypothetically, the second amendment didn't exist and modern America was in line with other first world countries in terms of gun bans/restrictions, what would be the argument for passing and ratifying a gun rights amendment in 2013?

Well, America has a very different history than every other first-world country. We're born of revolution and distrust, and that's the argument of the gun crowd: that the time may come again to rise up. Now, whether an AR-15 is going to be effective against F-22s, Army Rangers, drone strikes, attack helicopters, and 50,000 teenagers trying to pay for college is the real question.
 
2013-09-17 06:52:57 PM

zerkalo: so can somebody thread shiat this thread too?


Yeah, the other thread derailed pretty damn quickly.
 
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