kronicfeld: feckingmorons: Joseph Zamudio an armed citizen helped subdue the murderer in the Tucson shooting in which Representative Giffords was injured.You might want to refresh your recollection on what this guy did or didn't do with his gun.
2wolves: Folks, U.S. citizens love their guns and love violence. Until the culture changes you're pissing into the wind.
SauronWasFramed: Salon fail.
NickelP: Damn near every shooting in recent memory has been stopped by someone armed.
Because People in power are Stupid: I was armed when someone asked me for directions. I was friendly and gave him excellent directions. Little did I know that had I did things a little differently -that guy would have gone on a shooting rampage.
super_grass: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: super_grass: fire hydrantsConfusing an AR-15 with an AK-47 will get gun nuts laughing you out of the thread but swimming pools, cigarettes, guns and fire hydrants are exactly the same things when they need them to be.That's tricky thing about analogies. You use them to point out relations, not to identify things literally.
super_grass: fire hydrants
Pharmdawg: give all our guns up and bend over
omeganuepsilon: You conveniently leave out the hoplophobes that don't think any civilian should have a gun. Pretending they don't exist sort of hints at you being less in desire of intelligent gun reform and more along those lines.
John Buck 41: Must we have this silly thread every other day?
SauronWasFramed: Salon fail. Pearl MS was stopped by an Asst principal
feckingmorons: DoctorCal: Triumph: What a coincidence - not a single mass shooting was stopped by gun control laws.The most conservative estimates are around 100,000 - 200,000 preventions per year. The Brady Foundation number is more like 1 million.I think it is twenty billion. I can make up estimates of things that never happened just as well as anyone else.What is the methodology of making up numbers of things that don't happen?
Triumph: What a coincidence - not a single mass shooting was stopped by gun control laws.
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