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User avatar #81 - gtk (01/04/2013) [-]
How could that happen!? Im sure that man went through hours of training to obtain that firearm! I believe that the man with the chair is being wreck-less with that chair and very well could hurt someone if he were to go insane! I say we ban all chairs that are foldable, have and accessories such as arm rests, cup holders, or a reclining option. Even though this chair had none of those things we must act now! THINK OF THE CHILDREN!
#138 to #81 - stripeygreenhat (01/04/2013) [-]
Don't be such a dumbass. No one has ever shot up a school with a chair. What a ******* retarded fallacy.
User avatar #280 to #138 - gtk (01/04/2013) [-]
Im sorry, that was supposed to come out as being overly sarcastic..

..Because outlawing stuff does absolutely nothing in the US... Prohibition, currently drugs.. Mexico (and in prohibitions case Canada) will always supply crime in our country..
#282 to #280 - stripeygreenhat (01/04/2013) [-]
If heroin were legalized, people would have a much easier time accessing it. I'm not for banning all guns ever, but I think automatic and semi automatic weapons should be restricted from civilians. Yea, some criminals will always still have access to them but people wanting to do spontaneous crimes will have a much harder time finding said weapons. You won't be able to just walk into your mom's house and take her weapons.
User avatar #288 to #282 - gtk (01/05/2013) [-]
May I ask you where you live?

Im out in Northern California and it is extremely easy to illegally obtain anything from drugs to fire arms..
#290 to #288 - stripeygreenhat (01/06/2013) [-]
Tennessee. I've lived in several places in the Southeast, and for the most part organized crime isn't prevalent in this region. In TN it's easy to most obtain fire arms because everyone here loves guns but it's challenging to obtain illegal drugs.
User avatar #292 to #290 - gtk (01/06/2013) [-]
I guess that makes sense. For us we have a lot of immigrants to work the vineyards but with immigrants come crime. (This isnt me being racist, there are tons of good honest people here trying to make a life, but a few bad seeds spoil the batch) At my high school the most popular drug was cocaine, and many people did meth. At the private schools it was mainly acid. Long story short drugs are everywhere here, and im in a medium sized city, I can only imagine how bad San Fransico/Oakland is.
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