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(Daily Mail)   Girl, 11, shoots a cougar that was stalking her 14-year old brother, now the brother is pissed because he was ready to lose his virginity   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 121
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2014-02-27 01:53:21 PM

Cold_Sassy: I bet I could teach a young dog to respect kitty.


Yeah, I understand that you can oftentimes get them to live together if you start young.

The cat is a 16 pounder, and no softie himself ;)

Do you own a bobcat or something?  That is a big cat.
 
2014-02-27 01:54:34 PM

mokinokaro: He's already touted that mental health exams for potential gun owners is unnecessary control.


Where?

Looks like you are back to building strawmen again.  I guess, I'll have to keep burning them down for you...
 
2014-02-27 01:58:27 PM

HeadLever: mokinokaro: He's already touted that mental health exams for potential gun owners is unnecessary control.

Where?
Looks like you are back to building strawmen again.  I guess, I'll have to keep burning them down for you...


dittybopper: mokinokaro: the solution to a crazy person with a gun isn't just a sane person with a gun, it's ways to keep the crazy person from having the gun in the first place

The problem is, how do you do that without seriously affecting the rights of the sane people, who are in the vast majority?


The problem with being an internet pyromaniac is that the internet never forgets, Sonja.
 
2014-02-27 02:11:43 PM

demaL-demaL-yeH: The problem with being an internet pyromaniac is that the internet never forgets, Sonja.


So I am dittybopper now?

The problem with being an internet dumbass like you is that the internet never forgets, sparky.
 
2014-02-27 02:15:52 PM

HeadLever: mokinokaro: He's already touted that mental health exams for potential gun owners is unnecessary control.

Where?

Looks like you are back to building strawmen again.  I guess, I'll have to keep burning them down for you...


I actually had you mixed up with ditybopper (who does seem quite the conspiracy theorist)

Your arguments have been pretty level headed for the most part if a little bit paranoid about government inching on gun rights which I can understand due to how terrible some of the legislation on the issue has been.

But some sort of mental health program should be encouraged. Not just for gun ownership. There are a lot of Americans with untreated mental illnesses due to how badly budgets have gutted the institutions.
 
2014-02-27 02:24:17 PM

mokinokaro: I actually had you mixed up with ditybopper (who does seem quite the conspiracy theorist)



At least you checked the source before posting unlike   demaL-demaL-yeH  .  Let's see if the nimrod can admit to the obvious error or if he calls me an alt
 
2014-02-27 02:30:01 PM

HeadLever: Cold_Sassy: I bet I could teach a young dog to respect kitty.

Yeah, I understand that you can oftentimes get them to live together if you start young.

The cat is a 16 pounder, and no softie himself ;)

Do you own a bobcat or something?  That is a big cat.


He IS a healthy boy.  I got him from my brother who is always picking up stray cat .  I haven't got a cat from the pound in over 20 years.  My Mom takes one off his hands too until the end of its time and hers are always tiny little cats that you can hold in one hand.  For some reason mine always grow to leviathan proportions, which isn't always a bad thing; they can definitely take care of themselves.
 
2014-02-27 02:43:04 PM

Cold_Sassy: which isn't always a bad thing; they can definitely take care of themselves.


That is the type of cat I'd like to introduce to a couple of my neighbor's yapping rat-dogs that think that they are tough :)

I love dogs, but nothing drives me up the wall like a yapper.
 
2014-02-27 02:43:11 PM

demaL-demaL-yeH: dittybopper: demaL-demaL-yeH: How does regular mental health screening that should be an integral part of healthcare in the first damned place affect anysanebody's rights?

What if you don't want a mental health screening by the government?  Should you be required to get one?
Also, how would the determination of a person's mental health be affected by their refusal to submit to such a screening?  Would it be a Catch-22, where anyone who refuses obviously has some mental condition they want to hide?
Then, of course, we have the long, sad, and sordid history of governments both here and abroad abusing the rights of individuals under the guise of "mental health".

Tough crap. Do I think that basic health care screening for all members of the militia should be mandatory? Absofarkinglutely.
Failure to obey lawful orders is punishable under the UCMJ as a court martial may direct.
And the Supreme Court has addressed those abuses.


Heh.

I'm no longer part of the militia.  I've aged out:

10 U.S. Code § 311 - Militia: composition and classes
(a) The militia of the United States consists of all able-bodied males at least 17 years of age and, except as provided in section 313 of title 32, under 45 years of age who are, or who have made a declaration of intention to become, citizens of the United States and of female citizens of the United States who are members of the National Guard.
(b) The classes of the militia are-
(1) the organized militia, which consists of the National Guard and the Naval Militia; and
(2) the unorganized militia, which consists of the members of the militia who are not members of the National Guard or the Naval Militia.


The only possible way I could be subject to UCMJ is if I voluntarily enlist in the National Guard (which is what section 313 of title 32 is about).

And you *KNOW* that the Supreme Court has held that membership in the militia isn't a necessary precondition to exercising your Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.  I know you know this, because I've quoted the Heller decision to you many a time.

/Besides, like any good MI soldier, I'm intimately familiar with UCMJ, largely due to alcohol.
 
2014-02-27 02:48:28 PM

demaL-demaL-yeH: dittybopper: No one has yet been able to explain to me why someone like Martha Stewart is such a danger to society that she can't be trusted with a gun.

*facepalm*
You want to give her a break because she's a criminal who netted a shiat-ton  more than another criminal who knocked over the corner 7/11?


That doesn't explain why she would be a particular danger to society if she had a gun.  I mean, if you can come up with a decent connection between the interest of the government in preventing violent crime with guns and Martha Stewart skeet shooting, well, I'll seriously reconsider my position.
 
2014-02-27 02:48:45 PM

HeadLever: demaL-demaL-yeH: The problem with being an internet pyromaniac is that the internet never forgets, Sonja.

So I am dittybopper now?
The problem with being an internet dumbass like you is that the internet never forgets, sparky.


No, dittybopper, even when I vehemently disagree with him, makes comments worth reading, and he has a sense of humor.
I'd never confuse you for him.

You dragged latinwolf into your subthread discussion with mokinokaro about dittybopper's objection to mental health exams.
If you look more closely into that subthread, you'll see that the third person masculine singular references before the one you objected to refer consistently to dittybopper, not you. As I read down the thread, I took mokinokaro's comment as yet another reference to dittybopper. One weakness of anaphora is ambiguity, and the best approach is to parse the references as consistent. Narcissism much?

/Look in the mirror and tell us all what a paranoid/narcissistic internet dumbass looks like, Sonja.
 
2014-02-27 02:55:55 PM

demaL-demaL-yeH: As I read down the thread, I took mokinokaro's comment as yet another reference to dittybopper


You took mokinokaro's stated mistake and expounded it.  You are very good at taking fallacious comments and making them bigger.  In fact, it is pretty much your SOP.

It is one of the main reasons no one here takes you very seriously.
 
2014-02-27 03:00:30 PM

demaL-demaL-yeH: You dragged latinwolf into your subthread discussion with mokinokaro about dittybopper's objection to mental health exams.


And you will notice that latinwolf was the one that first responded to me. I did not drag him into anything.

But thanks for reaffirming to all of us your trouble with basic reading comprehension.
 
2014-02-27 03:00:48 PM

HeadLever: demaL-demaL-yeH: As I read down the thread, I took mokinokaro's comment as yet another reference to dittybopper

You took mokinokaro's stated mistake and expounded it.  You are very good at taking fallacious comments and making them bigger.  In fact, it is pretty much your SOP.
It is one of the main reasons no one here takes you very seriously.


No, I correctly understood that mokinokaro was referring to dittybopper.
Are you asserting that he wasn't referring to dittybopper in addition to claiming that you are the official fark spokesmodel?
 
2014-02-27 03:08:12 PM

dittybopper: nd you *KNOW* that the Supreme Court has held that membership in the militia isn't a necessary precondition to exercising your Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.  I know you know this, because I've quoted the Heller decision to you many a time.


And you know what I've proposed for Congress to do to uncluster that particular clusterfark.

dittybopper: /Besides, like any good MI soldier, I'm intimately familiar with UCMJ, largely due to alcohol.


I'd laugh, but it would be laughing through tears. I lost too many good soldiers to that.

dittybopper: demaL-demaL-yeH: dittybopper: No one has yet been able to explain to me why someone like Martha Stewart is such a danger to society that she can't be trusted with a gun.

*facepalm*
You want to give her a break because she's a criminal who netted a shiat-ton  more than another criminal who knocked over the corner 7/11?

That doesn't explain why she would be a particular danger to society if she had a gun.  I mean, if you can come up with a decent connection between the interest of the government in preventing violent crime with guns and Martha Stewart skeet shooting, well, I'll seriously reconsider my position.


Considering how much she cleared without resorting to firearms, there's no way in hell I'm in favor of letting her use them.
/I find the phrase "Martha Stewart skeet shooting" inexplicably humorous.
 
2014-02-27 05:49:55 PM
She makes my pants seem to not fit right, like they are a little tight just below the waist.
 
2014-02-27 10:11:17 PM
i.dailymail.co.uk

Danger: This 125-pound male cougar was killed the week before on the White ranch in Twisp


That is a cat who has been cornered, trapped, treed, and is pissed/scared. There is no honor in killing this boy.
 
2014-02-28 12:02:27 AM
Meanwhile, here in California...

A Chico woman's dog is dead after an encounter with a mountain lion in Upper Bidwell Park.

The Chico State student said her dog saved her and her friend's lives.

Hiking in Upper Bidwell Park, you may hear the leaves rustle from time to time. Rarely do you see what's making the noise, let alone something big making that noise. But Rachel Athos, her 53-pound lab and pit bull mix Lexi, and a friend, did.

Saturday afternoon, Yahi trail, near Brown's hole, they had a close encounter with a mountain lion.

"[It was] crouched over, eyes dilated, and ears back... within an arm's length away from myself and my roommate," Athos said.

"Within a split second I was being thrown to the ground from my dog taking my feet out from running so fast," Athos said.

Lexi, who was leading the trail, ran to the back, putting herself in between the large mammal and the girls.Athos and her friend then walked ten minutes uphill, and didn't look back. Eventually they ran into two mountain bikers.

"It was then that we heard a commotion between the mountain lion and my dog and what was its last yelp for us," Athos said. "It was the loudest I've ever heard her in my life. The tone was definitely that she was going [away]."


Mountain Lion reportedly kills dog over weekend, owner says pet saved her life
 
2014-02-28 10:15:43 AM

ultraholland: There is no honor in killing this boy.


Sometimes it is not about honor.  Sometimes it is about eliminating a threat to your livestock, pets and/or family.
 
2014-02-28 10:55:01 AM
ongbok

Both those kids look creepy as hell.The little girl is already in the early stages of crazy eyes, and the boy looks like the preacher kid from the Children of the Corn.


Translation, "I hate their politics, so I'll pick on children over the internet from the safety of my mom's basement"
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2014-02-28 03:31:12 PM

OnlyM3: ongbok

Both those kids look creepy as hell.The little girl is already in the early stages of crazy eyes, and the boy looks like the preacher kid from the Children of the Corn.

Translation, "I hate their politics, so I'll pick on children over the internet from the safety of my mom's basement"
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It's like that guy who wished death on people for the crime of being related to a cop.
 
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