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    Quote Originally Posted by Lachesis VII View Post
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    Thanks for bringing Cthulhu and Perturbator into this you pathetic cunt.

    Hope he rots in a cell with a huge dick up his ass.
    Love me some Perturbator.
    I think it's happened before with a different shooter who had a Perturbator jacket or something.

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    I wonder how all these 2nd amendment people think gUnz will help solve the following:

    - The frustration you get when standing in a long line at the supermart behind fat monsters who make up much of the population?
    - The frustration you feel when stuck in traffic in your FORD F-150 TRUCK (motherfuckers) behind cheap foreign imports?
    - The frustration you feel when you have to get up and go to work at a job you hate with people you hate?
    - The frustration you feel when your partner leaves you (added bonus - with the kids)?
    - The frustration you feel when your job pays you so little you have to choose between a second AK-47 (with picatinny rails) and feeding the kids?
    - The frustration you feel when nobody likes you or understands you?
    - The RAGE you feel when everyone you asked to the prom either laughed at you outright or was suddenly "ill"?
    - The MOUNTAIN OF ANGER you feel when someone argues with you over religion or politics and they're JUST WRONG!!!!!!!!?
    - The VOLCANO OF WRATH you feel when minorities or majorities don't speak your particular brand of broken English with all the correct broken grammar and spelling?
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    no way to prevent this, says only nation on the planet where this regularly happens

    even in this very thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neoo Gabriel View Post
    Obligatory sourced info-graphic I found today.

      Spoiler:




    Someone mentioned that driving is regulated by the state to prevent incompetents from driving on the highways. Too bad then that in fact incompetents drive on the roads everyday and some training and testing does not prevent idiots from driving and causing all matter of mayhem, killing, mutilation, wasting of time and destruction of property. In fact, they do this in a manner so much worse than all gun owners that it might boggle your mind why cars are not banned, if this logic were to actually be followed.

    https://www.autoblog.com/2016/01/06/...mericans-cars/
    Suicides comprised 71.6 percent of the total number of firearm deaths in 2014. If you remove those 21,334 deaths from the comparison and only examine unintentional deaths, you get a far different idea of your chances of dying in a traffic crash versus at the hands of a gunman. Evaluate those 33,736 motor-vehicle deaths against the 12,265 non-suicide gunshot deaths – those that include homicides, "legal interventions" (as the CDC calls them), accidental shootings, and undetermined deaths – and it would appear that traffic fatalities, in sheer number, are a much greater blight upon America than non-suicide gun deaths.
    ...
    Lest you think gun deaths and motor vehicle crashes are vying for the dubious title of top cause of unintentional fatalities in America, that distinction belongs to drug overdoses, which killed a whopping 42,032 Americans in 2014, mostly from prescription pain medications
    By the way, those overdoses and drug dependence issues come from the fact that people get addicted to legally prescribed drugs (some of which are strongly correlated to mass shootings), for some reason lose access to it legally and proceed to shoot up a deadly substitute. But I digress.

    I too would like if unrestricted gun ownership first required very strict training and testing to prevent accidents and irresponsible use, but I have the same opinion about the quality of licensed drivers and worst of all, the quality of the average voter, and there is no hope that the situation of the latter two and their much more serious effects on the world will improve any time soon.
    that's a good post


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    Texas official responds to Santa Fe shooting by calling for fewer school doors

    Texas’s lieutenant governor reacted to a deadly school shooting by suggesting schools have too many doors.

    “We may have to look at the design of our schools moving forward and retrofitting schools that are already built. There are too many entrances and too many exits”, Dan Patrick said during a press conference after a gunman killed at least 10 people at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas.

    In a familiar ritual, official updates on the toll gave way to vows from public officials to prevent a similar massacre. Texas Gov Greg Abbott said “it’s time in Texas we take action to step up and make sure this tragedy is never repeated ever again”, saying he would work with legislators to find as-yet-unidentified “solutions”.
    While some reacted to the bloodshed by calling for tougher gun control laws, Mr Patrick emphasised what he called a hazardous number of entrances and exits to schools

    “There are not enough people to put a guard in every entrance or exit”, Mr Patrick said, adding that “maybe we need to look at limiting the entrances and exits into our schools so that we can have law enforcement looking at the people who are coming”.
    ban ... ban doors.

    also


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    how do you get to the point where "we need to put a guard on every entrance" isn't a completely insane statement

    like, why isn't that guy being lambasted by the national media for being a nutter

    what happened to you guys

    "Texas Gov Greg Abbott said “it’s time in Texas we take action to step up and make sure this tragedy is never repeated ever again”, saying he would work with legislators to find as-yet-unidentified “solutions”."

    i'm sure gun control isn't one of them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparq View Post
    Texas official responds to Santa Fe shooting by calling for fewer school doors

    Texas’s lieutenant governor reacted to a deadly school shooting by suggesting schools have too many doors.

    “We may have to look at the design of our schools moving forward and retrofitting schools that are already built. There are too many entrances and too many exits”, Dan Patrick said during a press conference after a gunman killed at least 10 people at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas.

    In a familiar ritual, official updates on the toll gave way to vows from public officials to prevent a similar massacre. Texas Gov Greg Abbott said “it’s time in Texas we take action to step up and make sure this tragedy is never repeated ever again”, saying he would work with legislators to find as-yet-unidentified “solutions”.
    While some reacted to the bloodshed by calling for tougher gun control laws, Mr Patrick emphasised what he called a hazardous number of entrances and exits to schools

    “There are not enough people to put a guard in every entrance or exit”, Mr Patrick said, adding that “maybe we need to look at limiting the entrances and exits into our schools so that we can have law enforcement looking at the people who are coming”.
    ban ... ban doors.

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    Inb4 a school of kids diaf.
    meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by XenosisMk4 View Post
    how do you get to the point where "we need to put a guard on every entrance" isn't a completely insane statement

    like, why isn't that guy being lambasted by the national media for being a nutter

    what happened to you guys

    "Texas Gov Greg Abbott said “it’s time in Texas we take action to step up and make sure this tragedy is never repeated ever again”, saying he would work with legislators to find as-yet-unidentified “solutions”."

    i'm sure gun control isn't one of them
    how do you get to the point where "we need to put a police officier with assault rifles on every street corner" isn't a completely insane statement ?


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    If you let everyone have guns then police with assault rifles on every corner is the next logical step

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    Inb4 every US school gets an assault helicopter covering it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    Inb4 every US school gets an assault helicopter covering it
    Drones.....drones with guns/tazers covering every exit. Give it 3 to 5 years.
    Schopenhauer:

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    First, it is ridiculed.
    Second, it is violently opposed.
    Third, it is accepted as being self-evident..

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    Why not put death collars on the students so when one of them goes on a shooting spree you just activate that collar and neutralise the threat?
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    It is absurd that we are capable of witnessing a 40,000 year old system of gender oppression begin to dissolve before our eyes yet still see the abolition of a 200 year old economic system as an unrealistic utopia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keckers View Post
    Why not put death collars on the students so when one of them goes on a shooting spree you just activate that collar and neutralise the threat?
    Why stop at students?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    If you let everyone have guns then police with assault rifles on every corner is the next logical step
    Yes but assault rifles are hard to get in France, UK and Belgium


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    Quote Originally Posted by Smarnca View Post
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    You know what one of the most important parts of German gun laws is?

    Every gun owner has to have his/her guns in a safe that only he/she has access to.

    That would be a responsible and sensible thing to change in the US.
    nevar forget

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Appleby View Post
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    You know what one of the most important parts of German gun laws is?

    Every gun owner has to have his/her guns in a safe that only he/she has access to.

    That would be a responsible and sensible thing to change in the US.
    Wait wut? I just assumed that is a Law.


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    Third, it is accepted as being self-evident..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacul View Post
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    You know what one of the most important parts of German gun laws is?

    Every gun owner has to have his/her guns in a safe that only he/she has access to.

    That would be a responsible and sensible thing to change in the US.
    Wait wut? I just assumed that is a Law.


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    Not in the US. You can keep your guns anyway you want. Some states may have rules about keeping them in a box, but in general, you can keep them lying around.
    nevar forget

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Appleby View Post
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    You know what one of the most important parts of German gun laws is?

    Every gun owner has to have his/her guns in a safe that only he/she has access to.

    That would be a responsible and sensible thing to change in the US.
    Wait wut? I just assumed that is a Law.


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    Not in the US. You can keep your guns anyway you want. Some states may have rules about keeping them in a box, but in general, you can keep them lying around.
    Isn't this something that's gone all the way to the supreme court?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Smarnca View Post
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    How about holding his parents responsible for his crime and making the guns accessible to him.

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