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User avatar #126 - GhandisPimpCane (04/21/2013) [-]
Kinder eggs are a choking hazard because kids are given them and then choke on them. If they were legal kids could by them since there are no regulations on candy. Guns on the other hand must require you to be 18 and 21 for certain types of weapons. To make this comparison actually make sense it would be like saying we give "assault" rifles like candy bars, no regulations at all. While in all actuality in order to buy a kinderegg, buy the regulations of rifles, one would have to be 18 or older, go to a kinderegg store, have a background check (i believe in a need for more background checks including a mental health examination), purchasing an over $500 kinderegg then pay $100 dollars in taxes, wait about two weeks and bam enjoy you kinderegg.
#162 to #126 - Rascal (04/21/2013) [-]
>Kinder eggs are a choking hazard because kids are given them and then choke on them

Why do they choke on them? That's right, they're stupid murrican kids.
User avatar #188 to #162 - GhandisPimpCane (04/21/2013) [-]
-_- troll harder bro
User avatar #143 to #126 - cheatman (04/21/2013) [-]
In relative terms there's probably been more kids dead through messing about with their parents gun then there have kids choking on toys in a kinder egg. If a child chokes on a kinder egg toy, it is probably one of three reasons:

1) Kid's too young.

2) Kid's so damn fat he inhales the whole ******* thing.

or 3) ***** went full retard.

If I remember right, there has been a total of 7 deaths involving a kinder egg, and that's world wide.
User avatar #151 to #143 - GhandisPimpCane (04/21/2013) [-]
Ya i agree with ya. I feel like there should be a mandate with selling a proper case (with a lock) for each gun they buy, unless if they buy a safe to hold multiple guns, so kids could not get their hands on it. I own a rifle and even though i have no kids I still make sure that it is in my case safely locked.
User avatar #165 to #151 - cheatman (04/21/2013) [-]
It's a majority thing, with the majority being cheap dumbasses. We ahve the minority who are smart and understand the dangers of a gun in the average home, then you get the rest who either don't have a gun case because it costs money/my kids are smart, they won't touch it, and then the owners who do have a case, but keep the key somewhere where anyone can get it.

Scary but interesting, apparently the statistics for accidental shootings involving kids is about 500 deaths a year in america alone. Don't know if it's exagerated, but scary if it isn't.
User avatar #131 to #126 - huffe (04/21/2013) [-]
but kids can still get their hands on their parents weapons, can't they?
#139 to #131 - Rascal (04/21/2013) [-]
Not if the parents are smart and understand firearms. I grew up in a house with guns. My dad kept them away from us unless he, as a former Marine, was teaching us how to use them safely and properly. And not in or around our home.

There were no gun related accidents in my house.
User avatar #134 to #131 - GhandisPimpCane (04/21/2013) [-]
Ya thats why most (responsible) gun owners own weapon safes/lockers. However, most people are idiots who think its okay to keep their gun under their bed or not locked. It's the idiots that ruin everything fun/needed in this world ,not the normal people. Just like video games rated M. You can have as much fail safes for selling a product but people who were not meant for the product will get their hands on it (kids) and **** everything up cause their idiotic parents bought it even when they dont have any knowledge about the product.
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