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2014-02-10 02:07:23 PM  

AngryDragon: Fail?  Did the big, bad gun scare you subby?

Homeowner should get a medal.


No, he needs more range time or a scattergun.  1 out of 3 isn't good enough
 
2014-02-10 02:07:28 PM  
Well. I guess you'll just have to imagine lolitrolu.jpg there.
 
2014-02-10 02:08:28 PM  

Galloping Galoshes: onyxruby: There are even people that support all 10 rights in the Bill of Rights.

Too bad not enough sit on the Supreme Court.


I couldn't agree more.
 
2014-02-10 02:10:21 PM  

Sid_the_sadist: Assuming the knocker is outside the house, and therefore the invader, and the knockee is inside the house, we should never get to the "home invasion who?" question of the joke.

Should have been:

Knock knock.

Who's there?

Home Invasion.

powpowpowpowpow *calls police* Sorry officer, I don't know the last name of the dead man on my floor, we didn't get that far.


It's "Invasion"

Duh.
 
2014-02-10 02:11:05 PM  

Silly_Sot: Headso: Silly_Sot: How long before liberal outrage demands the resident be prosecuted for daring to have a firearm and use it in legitimate self-defense?

not as fast a whiny conservative plays the victim apparently.

I GOT ONE!
I GOT ONE!


Great kid, don't get cocky.
 
2014-02-10 02:11:22 PM  
I own and believe in guns, but I don't think I'd ever want to kill someone in my house. I would if need be, but really wouldn't want to. A gun is like a jack in your car, don't ever want to use one but will if I have to.
 
2014-02-10 02:11:41 PM  

CanuckInCA: Silly_Sot: How long before liberal outrage demands the resident be prosecuted for daring to have a firearm and use it in legitimate self-defense?

I seriously doubt you'll see people advocating the prosecution of somebody defending themselves in a home invasion no matter how liberal they are, but please continue trolling...


C'mon there has to be one of you out there that thinks that hiding in fear and waiting for the police to arrive is always the best policy.
 
2014-02-10 02:12:37 PM  
AugieDoggyDaddy:  Isn't 5:28 an odd time for a home invasion?

What?
 
2014-02-10 02:12:47 PM  

CanuckInCA: Silly_Sot: How long before liberal outrage demands the resident be prosecuted for daring to have a firearm and use it in legitimate self-defense?

I seriously doubt you'll see people advocating the prosecution of somebody defending themselves in a home invasion no matter how liberal they are, but please continue trolling...


I dunno, if you get home-invaded in the UK, I'm pretty sure you can be found criminally liable if you don't offer the invader a spot of tea and some biscuits.
 
2014-02-10 02:13:38 PM  

AngryDragon: onyxruby: cman: If only people were so rabidly pro-union as they are pro-second amendment we wouldn't have these robberies as often

Poverty begets crime. Drugs begets poverty. Misery begets drugs.

Some of us are pro union and pro gun. Quite a few more people than I think you realize. There are even people that support all 10 rights in the Bill of Rights.

Unfortunately, the ACLU are not a part of those people.  Sad.


you could always pull up your bootstraps and start your own law firm run on non tax-deductible donations if you don't like the cases they take up.
 
2014-02-10 02:13:45 PM  

Noticeably F.A.T.: Well. I guess you'll just have to imagine lolitrolu.jpg there.


lol, I was wondering...
 
2014-02-10 02:14:31 PM  
In my county, two guys saw their stolen golf cart on a trailer behind a pickup truck. They turned around, ran them down, shot the tires out, and held them until police arrived. Now THEY are being charged for firing into a vehicle. smh
 
2014-02-10 02:14:36 PM  
Of all the crimes out there, home invasions have to be the most horrific and brutal. You're literally busting down someone's door and attacking them in their refuge. At least let the victims step outside before you rob them, you f*cking assholes.

I hope the now-dead robber felt every bullet.
 
2014-02-10 02:14:49 PM  

AngryDragon: Fail?  Did the big, bad gun scare you subby?

Homeowner should get a medal.


FAIL tag is for home invaders, your trolling.

I promise I've put more rounds down range than you and any two people you know combined.
 
2014-02-10 02:15:39 PM  
People should know better than to show up unannounced and drop your sack in someone's face.

Tub of popcorn or bag of nuts, you don't put your seeds in front of someones face and expect to get up from it.
 
2014-02-10 02:15:53 PM  

onyxruby: Galloping Galoshes: onyxruby: There are even people that support all 10 rights in the Bill of Rights.

Too bad not enough sit on the Supreme Court.

I couldn't agree more.


scienceblogs.com
 
2014-02-10 02:16:29 PM  

AugieDoggyDaddy: Isn't 5:28 an odd time for a home invasion?


Yes, it's best to wait for dark, my brothers, real country dark.
 
2014-02-10 02:16:49 PM  

cig-mkr: I own and believe in guns, but I don't think I'd ever want to kill someone in my house. I would if need be, but really wouldn't want to. A gun is like a jack in your car, don't ever want to use one but will if I have to.


Does insurance cover replacing the carpet?  Plus you probably have to repaint the wall he was standing in front of.

We should encourage home invaders to break in via the kitchen; the linoleum (or tile) is much easier to clean.
 
2014-02-10 02:17:39 PM  

Onkel Buck: CanuckInCA: Silly_Sot: How long before liberal outrage demands the resident be prosecuted for daring to have a firearm and use it in legitimate self-defense?

I seriously doubt you'll see people advocating the prosecution of somebody defending themselves in a home invasion no matter how liberal they are, but please continue trolling...

C'mon there has to be one of you out there that thinks that hiding in fear and waiting for the police to arrive is always the best policy.


Why call the police, you meanie?  Obviously this person had it worse off than the person he was trying to steal from, right?   Why not just hide in a closet and let them have what they want and then let them go on their way.  Are mere possessions worth bothering the police over?
 
2014-02-10 02:17:43 PM  

Galloping Galoshes: I'm not familiar with the hours home invaders keep, but this could be anything from a straightforward home invasion to a bad drug deal.


encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
 
2014-02-10 02:18:30 PM  
Got one, winged a second and the third got away; sounds like someone needs more range time or more/larger mags.

/ I've been looking at 10 round mags for my 1911; I'd have one, but, I hear bad things about the springs.
 
2014-02-10 02:18:30 PM  

thamike: onyxruby: Galloping Galoshes: onyxruby: There are even people that support all 10 rights in the Bill of Rights.

Too bad not enough sit on the Supreme Court.

I couldn't agree more.

[scienceblogs.com image 400x455]


Really?  You don't get out much, do you?  Spend more time reading rather than ranting.
 
2014-02-10 02:19:56 PM  

Galloping Galoshes: diaphoresis: Guns kill people... guns occasionally miss.

This is why there needs to be more gun control.  If the homeowner had more gun control, none of them would have gotten away.
/get back to the range.


"well regulated" right in the 2nd amendment means well trained in 18th century speak. The state or feds are responsible to provide range time for its citizens.
 
2014-02-10 02:21:59 PM  

Galloping Galoshes: Really?  You don't get out much, do you?  Spend more time reading rather than ranting.


This statement makes sense to you, does it?
 
2014-02-10 02:22:05 PM  

Headso: AngryDragon: onyxruby: cman: If only people were so rabidly pro-union as they are pro-second amendment we wouldn't have these robberies as often

Poverty begets crime. Drugs begets poverty. Misery begets drugs.

Some of us are pro union and pro gun. Quite a few more people than I think you realize. There are even people that support all 10 rights in the Bill of Rights.

Unfortunately, the ACLU are not a part of those people.  Sad.

you could always pull up your bootstraps and start your own law firm run on non tax-deductible donations if you don't like the cases they take up.

Actually, the ACLU does indeed support all ten Amendments in the Bill of Rights. They just haven't had to take many cases involving quartering of soldiers in private homes in peacetime. As for the Second Amendment, they don't prioritize that only because there are other organizations such as the NRA that focus on that one, leaving them more resources to devote to the other nine. Were it not for the NRA, the ACLU would also be supporting the Right to Keep and Bear Arms in legal cases that they support..
 
2014-02-10 02:24:04 PM  

Galloping Galoshes: cig-mkr: I own and believe in guns, but I don't think I'd ever want to kill someone in my house. I would if need be, but really wouldn't want to. A gun is like a jack in your car, don't ever want to use one but will if I have to.

Does insurance cover replacing the carpet?  Plus you probably have to repaint the wall he was standing in front of.

We should encourage home invaders to break in via the kitchen; the linoleum (or tile) is much easier to clean.


Actually NC just passed the castle law, I can shoot through the door if they are trying to kick it in.
Yep, that's the ticket, through the door,
 
2014-02-10 02:24:05 PM  

cig-mkr: I own and believe in guns, but I don't think I'd ever want to kill someone in my house. I would if need be, but really wouldn't want to. A gun is like a jack in your car, don't ever want to use one but will if I have to.


Hardly anyone really wants to kill anyone in self defense.

There are a lot of blowhards with fantasies about heroically blowing away a crackhead breaking into their house (and that's probably not a healthy fantasy to have) but even those idiots are unlikely to genuinely relish having that fantasy to come true.

Even leaving aside all the psychological implications and repercussions; killing someone in self defense is likely to thoroughly screw up your life in the best of circumstances.
 
2014-02-10 02:24:07 PM  

COMALite J: Headso: AngryDragon: onyxruby: cman: If only people were so rabidly pro-union as they are pro-second amendment we wouldn't have these robberies as often

Poverty begets crime. Drugs begets poverty. Misery begets drugs.

Some of us are pro union and pro gun. Quite a few more people than I think you realize. There are even people that support all 10 rights in the Bill of Rights.

Unfortunately, the ACLU are not a part of those people.  Sad.

you could always pull up your bootstraps and start your own law firm run on non tax-deductible donations if you don't like the cases they take up.
Actually, the ACLU does indeed support all ten Amendments in the Bill of Rights. They just haven't had to take many cases involving quartering of soldiers in private homes in peacetime. As for the Second Amendment, they don't prioritize that only because there are other organizations such as the NRA that focus on that one, leaving them more resources to devote to the other nine. Were it not for the NRA, the ACLU would also be supporting the Right to Keep and Bear Arms in legal cases that they support..


Lolno

https://www.aclu.org/racial-justice_prisoners-rights_drug-law-reform_ i mmigrants-rights/second-amendment
 
2014-02-10 02:24:28 PM  

COMALite J: Were it not for the NRA, the ACLU would also be supporting the Right to Keep and Bear Arms in legal cases that they support..


The ACLU does support 2nd Amendment cases, same as they do the rest of the Constitution.  That's kind of their thing.
 
2014-02-10 02:24:52 PM  
What, no Grumpy Cat "Good" picture?!

lh5.googleusercontent.com
 
2014-02-10 02:25:02 PM  

tkwasny: Galloping Galoshes: diaphoresis: Guns kill people... guns occasionally miss.

This is why there needs to be more gun control.  If the homeowner had more gun control, none of them would have gotten away.
/get back to the range.

"well regulated" right in the 2nd amendment means well trained in 18th century speak. The state or feds are responsible to provide range time for its citizens.


I could go for that.  Couldn't we argue that means practice loads as well?
 
2014-02-10 02:26:05 PM  

JesseL: cig-mkr: I own and believe in guns, but I don't think I'd ever want to kill someone in my house. I would if need be, but really wouldn't want to. A gun is like a jack in your car, don't ever want to use one but will if I have to.

Hardly anyone really wants to kill anyone in self defense.

There are a lot of blowhards with fantasies about heroically blowing away a crackhead breaking into their house (and that's probably not a healthy fantasy to have) but even those idiots are unlikely to genuinely relish having that fantasy to come true.

Even leaving aside all the psychological implications and repercussions; killing someone in self defense is likely to thoroughly screw up your life in the best of circumstances.


This
 
2014-02-10 02:26:18 PM  

COMALite J: Headso: AngryDragon: onyxruby: cman: If only people were so rabidly pro-union as they are pro-second amendment we wouldn't have these robberies as often

Poverty begets crime. Drugs begets poverty. Misery begets drugs.

Some of us are pro union and pro gun. Quite a few more people than I think you realize. There are even people that support all 10 rights in the Bill of Rights.

Unfortunately, the ACLU are not a part of those people.  Sad.

you could always pull up your bootstraps and start your own law firm run on non tax-deductible donations if you don't like the cases they take up.
Actually, the ACLU does indeed support all ten Amendments in the Bill of Rights. They just haven't had to take many cases involving quartering of soldiers in private homes in peacetime. As for the Second Amendment, they don't prioritize that only because there are other organizations such as the NRA that focus on that one, leaving them more resources to devote to the other nine. Were it not for the NRA, the ACLU would also be supporting the Right to Keep and Bear Arms in legal cases that they support..


There are a number of third-amendment cases pending, where SWAT teams entered homes without permission or warrant to get better targeting on adjacent properties.
 
2014-02-10 02:26:36 PM  

JesseL: Hardly anyone really wants to kill anyone in self defense.


www.caracol.com.co

Hardly.
 
2014-02-10 02:27:20 PM  

cig-mkr: Galloping Galoshes: cig-mkr: I own and believe in guns, but I don't think I'd ever want to kill someone in my house. I would if need be, but really wouldn't want to. A gun is like a jack in your car, don't ever want to use one but will if I have to.

Does insurance cover replacing the carpet?  Plus you probably have to repaint the wall he was standing in front of.

We should encourage home invaders to break in via the kitchen; the linoleum (or tile) is much easier to clean.

Actually NC just passed the castle law, I can shoot through the door if they are trying to kick it in.
Yep, that's the ticket, through the door,


Well, normally I wouldn't want to shoot at something I can't see, but if they're coming through the door, I could see an argument.
 
2014-02-10 02:27:21 PM  

thamike: JesseL: Hardly anyone really wants to kill anyone in self defense.



Hardly.


8 months later, still butthurt.
 
2014-02-10 02:27:43 PM  

COMALite J: Actually, the ACLU does indeed support all ten Amendments in the Bill of Rights. They just haven't had to take many cases involving quartering of soldiers in private homes in peacetime. As for the Second Amendment, they don't prioritize that only because there are other organizations such as the NRA that focus on that one, leaving them more resources to devote to the other nine. Were it not for the NRA, the ACLU would also be supporting the Right to Keep and Bear Arms in legal cases that they support


I really hate to burst your bubble.

"In striking down Washington D.C.'s handgun ban by a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court's decision in  D.C. v. Heller held for the first time that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to keep and bear arms, whether or not associated with a state militia. The ACLU disagrees with the Supreme Court's conclusion about the nature of the right protected by the Second Amendment.  "
 
2014-02-10 02:28:37 PM  

thamike: JesseL: Hardly anyone really wants to kill anyone in self defense.

[www.caracol.com.co image 340x255]

Hardly.



DRINK

img.fark.net

 
2014-02-10 02:29:16 PM  

thamike: JesseL: Hardly anyone really wants to kill anyone in self defense.

[www.caracol.com.co image 340x255]

Hardly.


www.gannett-cdn.com
 
2014-02-10 02:29:31 PM  

crusher2: In my county, two guys saw their stolen golf cart on a trailer behind a pickup truck. They turned around, ran them down, shot the tires out, and held them until police arrived. Now THEY are being charged for firing into a vehicle. smh


Good. That kind of idiot behavior that endangers tons of uninvolved people in the name of recovering a stolen golf cart is absolutely beyond the pale. Those guys deserve serious prison time.

There are plenty of things they could have done that would have seen their property recovered and the thieves caught without doing anything as reckless as shooting between moving vehicles.
 
2014-02-10 02:30:09 PM  

Frank N Stein: thamike: JesseL: Hardly anyone really wants to kill anyone in self defense.

Hardly.

8 months later, still butthurt.


Butthurt is the glue that keeps this place from falling apart
 
2014-02-10 02:30:30 PM  

CanuckInCA: Silly_Sot: How long before liberal outrage demands the resident be prosecuted for daring to have a firearm and use it in legitimate self-defense?

I seriously doubt you'll see people advocating the prosecution of somebody defending themselves in a home invasion no matter how liberal they are, but please continue trolling...


I seriously doubt you have ever been in a "person shoots a home invader" thread before. They are usually filled with "your stuff isn't more valuable than my life! Herp!" and "Robbery isn't a capital crime! Derp!"
 
2014-02-10 02:30:46 PM  

Frank N Stein: thamike: JesseL: Hardly anyone really wants to kill anyone in self defense.

Hardly.

8 months later, still butthurt.


Jesus Christ, you guys are f*cked up.
 
2014-02-10 02:31:54 PM  

JesseL: cig-mkr: I own and believe in guns, but I don't think I'd ever want to kill someone in my house. I would if need be, but really wouldn't want to. A gun is like a jack in your car, don't ever want to use one but will if I have to.

Hardly anyone really wants to kill anyone in self defense.

There are a lot of blowhards with fantasies about heroically blowing away a crackhead breaking into their house (and that's probably not a healthy fantasy to have) but even those idiots are unlikely to genuinely relish having that fantasy to come true.

Even leaving aside all the psychological implications and repercussions; killing someone in self defense is likely to thoroughly screw up your life in the best of circumstances.


Indeed.

For one, regular citizens don't have the same protections that cops do; and can be sued, personally, for wrongful death.
 
2014-02-10 02:32:01 PM  

cig-mkr: I own and believe in guns, but I don't think I'd ever want to kill someone in my house. I would if need be, but really wouldn't want to. A gun is like a jack in your car, don't ever want to use one but will if I have to.


I agree. My son asked me when you should use a gun in self defense.  I answered "when you are fairly sure that you or your loved ones are going to die otherwise"

I've wondered if I would be able to live in the house where I ended somebody.  Not sure.  Don't ever want to find out.
 
2014-02-10 02:32:18 PM  

thamike: Galloping Galoshes: Really?  You don't get out much, do you?  Spend more time reading rather than ranting.

This statement makes sense to you, does it?


Here, let me help you a bit.  Go look up Kelo and how the Supreme Court ruled.
 
2014-02-10 02:32:46 PM  

Silly_Sot: How long before liberal outrage demands the resident be prosecuted for daring to have a firearm and use it in legitimate self-defense?


How long before some dumbass assumes that liberals will decry the homeowner's actions?
Whoops, too late.
You win.
 
2014-02-10 02:33:06 PM  

crusher2: In my county, two guys saw their stolen golf cart on a trailer behind a pickup truck. They turned around, ran them down, shot the tires out, and held them until police arrived. Now THEY are being charged for firing into a vehicle. smh


Not sure if serious... This is the cell phone era, they spotted stolen goods and should have called the cops. Then kept a lingering tail until a cop showed up. Unless the golf cart was highly modified they could be seeing just some guy moving a golf cart.

/people these days don't have any spy craft
//couldn't follow anyone without NSA cell taps
 
2014-02-10 02:33:23 PM  

thamike: Frank N Stein: thamike: JesseL: Hardly anyone really wants to kill anyone in self defense.

Hardly.

8 months later, still butthurt.

Jesus Christ, you guys are f*cked up.


Your concern is noted.
 
2014-02-10 02:33:29 PM  
cman [TotalFark]


Poverty begets crime.
Which is why rich people never commit crimes.

// farking stupid argument.
 
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