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(WTAE)   Pittsburgh airport has 25th and 26th instances of a gun being seized this year. Only 7 more to tie with 2021, folks. Tag for the offenders   (wtae.com) divider line
    More: Stupid, Pennsylvania, Airport security, Transportation Security Administration, Westmoreland County man's carry-on bag, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh International Airport security checkpoint, Newark Liberty International Airport, loaded guns  
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2022-12-07 10:13:31 PM  
I'm starting to think America has a weird issue with guns.
 
2022-12-07 10:20:58 PM  
How stupid do you have to be to bring a piece into an airport?
 
2022-12-07 10:31:31 PM  

Mugato: How stupid do you have to be to bring a piece into an airport?


F*cking hell.

You just invoked the Carlin meme dipsh*ts.
 
2022-12-08 2:21:17 AM  
Madison Cawthorn must be spending a lot of time in Pittsburgh this year.
 
2022-12-08 2:42:19 AM  
Wait. Weren't they law abiding?
 
2022-12-08 4:10:48 AM  
Responsible gun owners:  "I forgot I had a loaded weapon in my bag."
 
2022-12-08 5:07:20 AM  

Mugato: How stupid do you have to be to bring a piece into an airport?


We live in a country where people go grocery shopping with a pistol at the hip. I was in a Christmas shop this summer and someone was open carrying .they either believe danger is at every corner or they will one day be a hero.
 
2022-12-08 5:54:06 AM  

Mugato: How stupid do you have to be to bring a piece into an airport?


American?
 
2022-12-08 6:07:22 AM  
I'm guessing that this means they missed about 200-300 guns.
 
2022-12-08 6:12:05 AM  
If you own a gun, cool. I get that. Maybe a pistol, a rifle, a shotgun. I have no issues. Maybe some guns you inherited from your father or your mother's side of the family.

Now, beyond that, can you kinda start to  decipher where we're trying to draw distinctions between gun owners and gun nuts?

It isn't that hard to distinguish one from the other.
 
2022-12-08 6:38:17 AM  
How many box cutters?
 
2022-12-08 6:55:51 AM  
F**king amateurs...

The Transportation Security Administration has discovered 342 firearms from passengers at different security checkpoints around the airport as of Oct. 7 at the Atlanta airport in 2022. That would make them first in the country, ahead of Dallas Forth-Worth who has confiscated 299, a TSA official said.

Record-setting number of guns being found at Atlanta airport, TSA says (msn.com)

There's been days when the 2nd gun has been found here before 7am. Guns Everywhere law in Georgia means exactly that, guns are everywhere. I have yet to figure out how someone forgets where their guns are.
 
2022-12-08 7:02:56 AM  

DannyBrandt: If you own a gun, cool. I get that. Maybe a pistol, a rifle, a shotgun. I have no issues. Maybe some guns you inherited from your father or your mother's side of the family.

Now, beyond that, can you kinda start to  decipher where we're trying to draw distinctions between gun owners and gun nuts?

It isn't that hard to distinguish one from the other.


This is a good point. I have had this discussion with groups of friends / coworkers before. The argument should revolve on a higher number than seems reasonable with one person you know only has one or two guns. Have him agree with you that 2 or 3 guns are "usually" enough for "most" people.
Then have them agree that 10 or more guns is a good cut-off for being considered a "gun nut".

I promise, at least 2 people will admit to having 20 guns.
 
2022-12-08 7:07:12 AM  

alechemist: Mugato: How stupid do you have to be to bring a piece into an airport?

We live in a country where people go grocery shopping with a pistol at the hip. I was in a Christmas shop this summer and someone was open carrying .they either believe danger is at every corner or they will one day be a hero.


Hell, I live in northern VA, and there are "No Guns Permitted" signs taped on the doors of the local government center.

Made me wonder why you'd want to bring a firearm into the government center unless you want to overthrow the government.

Oh wait...
 
2022-12-08 7:18:45 AM  

Mugato: How stupid do you have to be to bring a piece into an airport?


I know a TSA guy who works at DTW in Detroit. I asked him one time "Yeah, but how often do you actually find someone with a gun or knife on them, trying to get onto a plane?"

His response: "Every day, dude."
 
2022-12-08 7:23:51 AM  
For every 10 guns seized, you get a free footlong at Subway.
 
2022-12-08 7:33:02 AM  
Farking Yinzers.
 
2022-12-08 7:52:39 AM  

Rapmaster2000: For every 10 guns seized, you get a free footlong at Subway.


Why tsa agents are so fat.
 
2022-12-08 8:31:16 AM  

1funguy: DannyBrandt: If you own a gun, cool. I get that. Maybe a pistol, a rifle, a shotgun. I have no issues. Maybe some guns you inherited from your father or your mother's side of the family.

Now, beyond that, can you kinda start to  decipher where we're trying to draw distinctions between gun owners and gun nuts?

It isn't that hard to distinguish one from the other.

This is a good point. I have had this discussion with groups of friends / coworkers before. The argument should revolve on a higher number than seems reasonable with one person you know only has one or two guns. Have him agree with you that 2 or 3 guns are "usually" enough for "most" people.
Then have them agree that 10 or more guns is a good cut-off for being considered a "gun nut".

I promise, at least 2 people will admit to having 20 guns.


I don't see any issue with gun nuts.  You do you.
 
2022-12-08 8:47:18 AM  

Mugato: How stupid do you have to be to bring a piece into an airport?


This.

And how insecure do you have to be to carry a piece with you everywhere you go?
 
2022-12-08 8:55:25 AM  

Jairzinho: Mugato: How stupid do you have to be to bring a piece into an airport?

This.

And how insecure do you have to be to carry a piece with you everywhere you go?


When you consume a steady diet of fear mongering, the world becomes a terrifying place.
 
2022-12-08 9:18:27 AM  

Great_Milenko: Jairzinho: Mugato: How stupid do you have to be to bring a piece into an airport?

This.

And how insecure do you have to be to carry a piece with you everywhere you go?

When you consume a steady diet of fear mongering, the world becomes a terrifying place.


I get that but one would think that people would realize you're probably going to get busted and it's probably a federal crime. I guess one would be wrong.
 
2022-12-08 9:18:41 AM  

Steakzilla: 1funguy: DannyBrandt: If you own a gun, cool. I get that. Maybe a pistol, a rifle, a shotgun. I have no issues. Maybe some guns you inherited from your father or your mother's side of the family.

Now, beyond that, can you kinda start to  decipher where we're trying to draw distinctions between gun owners and gun nuts?

It isn't that hard to distinguish one from the other.

This is a good point. I have had this discussion with groups of friends / coworkers before. The argument should revolve on a higher number than seems reasonable with one person you know only has one or two guns. Have him agree with you that 2 or 3 guns are "usually" enough for "most" people.
Then have them agree that 10 or more guns is a good cut-off for being considered a "gun nut".

I promise, at least 2 people will admit to having 20 guns.

I don't see any issue with gun nuts.  You do you.


Ok.
So...
20?
 
2022-12-08 9:42:06 AM  

1funguy: Steakzilla: 1funguy: DannyBrandt: If you own a gun, cool. I get that. Maybe a pistol, a rifle, a shotgun. I have no issues. Maybe some guns you inherited from your father or your mother's side of the family.

Now, beyond that, can you kinda start to  decipher where we're trying to draw distinctions between gun owners and gun nuts?

It isn't that hard to distinguish one from the other.

This is a good point. I have had this discussion with groups of friends / coworkers before. The argument should revolve on a higher number than seems reasonable with one person you know only has one or two guns. Have him agree with you that 2 or 3 guns are "usually" enough for "most" people.
Then have them agree that 10 or more guns is a good cut-off for being considered a "gun nut".

I promise, at least 2 people will admit to having 20 guns.

I don't see any issue with gun nuts.  You do you.

Ok.
So...
20?


Ladies and gentlemen, how about a big round of applause for "The Slippery Slope"!
 
2022-12-08 9:42:18 AM  
Everyone is all down on this person, but seriously, how many of you can say you didn't really want to have a Sig on an airplane since they banned smoking?

/ at least they have good taste, and didn't bring a Keltec or one of those bullshiat SCCYs.
 
2022-12-08 9:42:51 AM  
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2022-12-08 10:25:36 AM  

1funguy: Steakzilla: 1funguy: DannyBrandt: If you own a gun, cool. I get that. Maybe a pistol, a rifle, a shotgun. I have no issues. Maybe some guns you inherited from your father or your mother's side of the family.

Now, beyond that, can you kinda start to  decipher where we're trying to draw distinctions between gun owners and gun nuts?

It isn't that hard to distinguish one from the other.

This is a good point. I have had this discussion with groups of friends / coworkers before. The argument should revolve on a higher number than seems reasonable with one person you know only has one or two guns. Have him agree with you that 2 or 3 guns are "usually" enough for "most" people.
Then have them agree that 10 or more guns is a good cut-off for being considered a "gun nut".

I promise, at least 2 people will admit to having 20 guns.

I don't see any issue with gun nuts.  You do you.

Ok.
So...
20?


Yea 20.  What do you think is inherently wrong or bad with owning a lot of guns?
 
2022-12-08 10:33:09 AM  

Steakzilla: 1funguy: Steakzilla: 1funguy: DannyBrandt: If you own a gun, cool. I get that. Maybe a pistol, a rifle, a shotgun. I have no issues. Maybe some guns you inherited from your father or your mother's side of the family.

Now, beyond that, can you kinda start to  decipher where we're trying to draw distinctions between gun owners and gun nuts?

It isn't that hard to distinguish one from the other.

This is a good point. I have had this discussion with groups of friends / coworkers before. The argument should revolve on a higher number than seems reasonable with one person you know only has one or two guns. Have him agree with you that 2 or 3 guns are "usually" enough for "most" people.
Then have them agree that 10 or more guns is a good cut-off for being considered a "gun nut".

I promise, at least 2 people will admit to having 20 guns.

I don't see any issue with gun nuts.  You do you.

Ok.
So...
20?

Yea 20.  What do you think is inherently wrong or bad with owning a lot of guns?


Hey, like you said. You be you.
And I guessed 20.
And you confirmed 20.

Is there a problem? Did I say there was a problem?

Only based on the discussion thus far, I would say no. Everything seems to be going as expected.
 
2022-12-08 10:46:53 AM  

alechemist: Mugato: How stupid do you have to be to bring a piece into an airport?

We live in a country where people go grocery shopping with a pistol at the hip. I was in a Christmas shop this summer and someone was open carrying .they either believe danger is at every corner or they will one day be a hero.


They don't think they'll need it. It's pure virtue signaling.
 
2022-12-08 10:47:46 AM  
Maybe if there were actual serious penalties, people would be less inclined to "forget".
 
2022-12-08 10:57:30 AM  

1funguy: Steakzilla: 1funguy: Steakzilla: 1funguy: DannyBrandt: 

Yea 20.  What do you think is inherently wrong or bad with owning a lot of guns?

Hey, like you said. You be you.
And I guessed 20.
And you confirmed 20.

Is there a problem? Did I say there was a problem?

Only based on the discussion thus far, I would say no. Everything seems to be going as expected.


Oh, I guess I misunderstood the question.  You meant to ask if I had 20.  I thought you meant is 20 acceptable.  I personally own 3.  Handgun, .22 rifle, and a shotgun.
 
2022-12-08 11:40:41 AM  

fzumrk: I'm guessing that this means they missed about 200-300 guns.


you must be one of them-thar comedians.

come on funny-man, tell us a joke.
 
2022-12-08 11:44:30 AM  

1funguy: DannyBrandt: If you own a gun, cool. I get that. Maybe a pistol, a rifle, a shotgun. I have no issues. Maybe some guns you inherited from your father or your mother's side of the family.

Now, beyond that, can you kinda start to  decipher where we're trying to draw distinctions between gun owners and gun nuts?

It isn't that hard to distinguish one from the other.

This is a good point. I have had this discussion with groups of friends / coworkers before. The argument should revolve on a higher number than seems reasonable with one person you know only has one or two guns. Have him agree with you that 2 or 3 guns are "usually" enough for "most" people.
Then have them agree that 10 or more guns is a good cut-off for being considered a "gun nut".

I promise, at least 2 people will admit to having 20 guns.


well you have your "casual" guns, your "formal" guns, your "I just want to be lazy and not go outside" guns, your "I just woke up and not really awake" guns, Xmas guns, Easter guns, funeral guns, wedding guns, summer guns, Labor Day guns, etc.
 
2022-12-08 12:02:26 PM  

Steakzilla: 1funguy: Steakzilla: 1funguy: Steakzilla: 1funguy: DannyBrandt: 

Yea 20.  What do you think is inherently wrong or bad with owning a lot of guns?

Hey, like you said. You be you.
And I guessed 20.
And you confirmed 20.

Is there a problem? Did I say there was a problem?

Only based on the discussion thus far, I would say no. Everything seems to be going as expected.

Oh, I guess I misunderstood the question.  You meant to ask if I had 20.  I thought you meant is 20 acceptable.  I personally own 3.  Handgun, .22 rifle, and a shotgun.


Then I must also apologize, as I thought you were attesting to your ownership of 20.
 
2022-12-08 12:04:59 PM  

the voice of raisin: 1funguy: DannyBrandt: If you own a gun, cool. I get that. Maybe a pistol, a rifle, a shotgun. I have no issues. Maybe some guns you inherited from your father or your mother's side of the family.

Now, beyond that, can you kinda start to  decipher where we're trying to draw distinctions between gun owners and gun nuts?

It isn't that hard to distinguish one from the other.

This is a good point. I have had this discussion with groups of friends / coworkers before. The argument should revolve on a higher number than seems reasonable with one person you know only has one or two guns. Have him agree with you that 2 or 3 guns are "usually" enough for "most" people.
Then have them agree that 10 or more guns is a good cut-off for being considered a "gun nut".

I promise, at least 2 people will admit to having 20 guns.

well you have your "casual" guns, your "formal" guns, your "I just want to be lazy and not go outside" guns, your "I just woke up and not really awake" guns, Xmas guns, Easter guns, funeral guns, wedding guns, summer guns, Labor Day guns, etc.


I would imagine you have a formal table setting that would rival the Hamptons based on your dedication to gun etiquette.
 
2022-12-08 12:12:53 PM  

1funguy: I would imagine you have a formal table setting that would rival the Hamptons based on your dedication to gun etiquette.


I always forget. Does the salad gun go to the left or the right of the dinner gun?
 
2022-12-08 12:26:38 PM  

Great_Milenko: Jairzinho: Mugato: How stupid do you have to be to bring a piece into an airport?

This.

And how insecure do you have to be to carry a piece with you everywhere you go?

When you consume a steady diet of fear mongering, the world becomes a terrifying place.


Well going to Federal prison (unarmed) would seem more scary.
 
2022-12-08 12:31:15 PM  

DannyBrandt: 1funguy: I would imagine you have a formal table setting that would rival the Hamptons based on your dedication to gun etiquette.

I always forget. Does the salad gun go to the left or the right of the dinner gun?


The salad gun is smaller, usually a .25cal.
It is routinely placed to the left of the dinner gun, which, depending on the level of dinner guests, is normally a 9mm for rehearsal dinners for example, and can be as large as a 1911 .45cal for state dinners.

A revolver is usually placed at the top of the place setting for both bread, and another for dessert.
 
2022-12-08 2:24:44 PM  
Maybe ts time to introduce caning for anyone trying to carry a gun on a plane.
 
2022-12-08 2:44:04 PM  
Your interpretation of the 2nd Amendment is flawed. Try reading Johnson's Dictionary, from the 1750's, on the use of commas.
 
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