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Old 12-30-2012, 11:29 PM   #290721
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whos to say how dangerious a gun is? all guns are dangerious when not used properly. My "safest" (model least likely to be seen in a mass shooting) would be my 28" mossberg 500 12gauge doesn't seem very dangerious, but what if I take 30 seconds and change the barrel to a 18"?
I think we can all agree a gun is more dangerous than a swiss army knife and less dangerous than a grenade.
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That's funny because I was going to put him to work helping me bake when he gets up here on Tuesday. lawl
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That's funny because I was going to put him to work helping me bake when he gets up here on Tuesday. lawl
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All guns can technically be labeled as dangerous. I mean in the strictest sense they are devices that can be used to kill people. However I think most people go about guns the wrong way. When I grow up (we are still waiting for that day ) I plan on owning guns, and when I have kids I plan on showing them these guns and even taking them shooting. I believe that introduction to guns at a young age certainly takes a lot of the power from them. Instead of it being that one really cool thing dad has in his safe, the kid will know it is a dangerous tool and that it isn't something that should be joked about with lightly.

I think that even though there are a lot of people talking about stricter and tighter gun controls I think they will have a seriously hard time doing anything about this. While this country has a lot of extreme and opposite views on guns (most any moronic thing said by the NRA or the same stupid crap said by most ban all guns people) I think they're far more sensible and responsible gun owners in the US that would not stand for a ban. And I think the biggest problem is that these "sensible" owners are not often heard because the gun-nuts and hippy liberals make way to much noise. Instead of banning guns restrictions/limitations should be set into place, with both sides trying to work together rather than yell at each other and butt heads. The unfortunate result is that the person who just wants to own a gun or two might not be able to because of either bans/restrictions not allowing them too.

What I'm trying to really say in all of this is that I do agree their should be a bit more restrictions on who can actually buy guns, but they shouldn't make it impossible. It is so unfortunate that it is the case of the jackass in class ruining it for the rest of us, in that just because some terrible incidents occurred using guns, those of us that own guns legally are going through the trouble for it. The government needs to understand that guns are a mainstay in this country, and I doubt there is any way they could even ban them.
I agree with you, but require more definition on "restrictions"
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Monsters inc 3d was tolerable as its got good actors in Crystal/Goodman and isn't as juvenile as Toy Story. Aside from Cars, duh, still like Wall-E the best of Pixar flicks. At least I've got opening of remote control Red Bull F1 car to look fwd to followed by kids bedtime and my pushing of limits wasting of batteries... FYI both slot car tracks fully functional after major garage reorg... Fun with beers and gambling....
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I wuz there. It hailed, I'm still cold...
I guess that means Albee wasn't cuddling you fiercely enough.

Maybe if he had bear arms...
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I'm sorry you had to watch those two high school teams play.
I actually did play High School ball with antoine cason.

I could have cared less who won, but my friend showed up at the house with a spare raiders jersey. Was definetely a good time though and I would go again. gotta love the atmosphere!
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How the fvck do you clean the mesh on a kitchen hood? Kalim-can I use the Meguiar's degreaser? LOL
Is it non-toxic?

Maybe oven cleaner? Those things are a serious pain, lawl. That's why they're replaceable.
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I'm sure Frank would love it.
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I think we can all agree a gun is more dangerous than a swiss army knife and less dangerous than a grenade.
I'm sorry, I should have been clearer. I meant to say how do you say a gun is more dangerous than another therefore requiring a higher level of security (hint you can't, they're all dangerous in the wrong hands)
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