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- Then please, lead by example and kill your self!
Dear white people...
- I had a conversation with a libtard today who did just that. S…
This is a new level of...
- We'll be O.K. we know how to deal with undesirables, we'll jus…
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- Ofc not, just conservatives, 4chan users, gun owners, atheists…
You mean Christians.
Most Atheist worldviews line up with the liberal agenda.
Atheists don't like Islam, so many of them are probably fucked anyways.
I think most religions don't like Islam.
True, but it's a reason why even liberal atheists might get fucked by Twitter
- I remember an incident where my parents loaned my tablet to my…
Jack Black knows whats up
It's because the purchases happen through the Play Store/App Store, for which you've once apparently added your card info, not the app itself. It's kind of like logging into PayPal on your PC. You can then use PayPal on different sites without needing to log in again.
If a malicious app installs itself, contact google or apple and they'll refund you and report that app to the authorities who will investigate it. All you need is one receipt as proof.
I agree with you, but isn't such a thing already possible? I thought you can lock purchases behind a pin. If not, then they should start allowing this. Manual input of the card takes too much time for many people who use that stuff a lot, but having it locked behind a pin or finger print authentication is all that's needed to show that the person is authorised to pay.
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Ban it now!!!
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Gun Debate Motherload (2 of 4)
That defeats the point of having guns. A gun you can't fire is no more than a fancy club... which won't keep those with working guns at bay very well at all.
aside from anons point
there is enough commercially owned powder/primers/bullets/brass to reload hundreds of billions of rounds
which of course would be totally unregulated
That's constitutionally banned in the U.S. just as much as banning firearms is. Ammo falls under "arms".
he does not speak of banning the ammo, but restricting the number of it civilians possess.
here, firearm owners are limited to 1000 rounds per year per gun. and it's really not a bad number as i know from first hand sources that police officers shoot no more than a mag for the whole year (when they get a training session)
Switzerland, i believe is a particular example, as if i'm not wrong. people in military service can return home with their service weapon, they even used to give them a box of ammo but stopped due to incidents
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