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#24 - As far as Denmark goes, basic fencing is pretty normally enoug…  [+] (4 replies) 03/09/2016 on Blood map +3
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#102 - jamiemsm (03/10/2016) [-]
its not really hard to get hunting license in denmark. i still havn't gone to a school where there arent atleast 1 or 2 people who owns a hunting rifle. its expensive yes, but alot of hunting dads pays for their sons hunting licence, hunting rifle and gun capinet.
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#26 - lean (03/09/2016) [-]
Denmark has a surprisingly large amount of clay shooting, pistol target, and rifle shooting ranges, as well as open hunting seasons. There are about 165,000 hunters in Denmark.
www.face.eu/sites/default/files/denmark_en_2.pdf

The cost of guns and ammo isn't appreciably higher in Denmark either, compared with the rest of Europe. The annual license is the equivalent of $135.

I think you have some preconceived notions about guns in your own country and abroad that is entirely due to your lack of experience and exposure of the subject, coupled with sensationalism in the news.
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#232 - meganinja (03/10/2016) [-]
>butthurt antigunners thumbing you down when you've been providing sources and using logic because it doesn't match up with their anecdotal evidence
#34 - cherubium (03/10/2016) [-]
You get those up here in northern europe, people that are so far up in their own ass about there "safe little world" that they think that the restrictive laws are "NO GUNS!!!" so they get flabbergasted when people start pointing out that there is a portion of their civilian population that owns guns.

My dear little country of Swedistan has over 30 guns per capita can't remember the exact number it feels like the only ones that actually knows it are the ones with the guns.
#22 - Holy **** are you stupid. Of course our gun laws didn…  [+] (1 reply) 03/09/2016 on Blood map -6
#25 - lean (03/09/2016) [-]
My questions about gun laws, stopping crime, impossible were both rhetorical and sarcastic to illustrate my point: Loonies are loonies regardless of government policy. No need to rage about that, point taken and we agree on the subject.

Here is a source on civilian guns in Denmark (and just about everywhere else):
www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/interactive/2012/jul/22/gun-ownership-homicides-map
You will notice it cites the original sources from the content.

The right of gun ownership in the US has nothing to do with criminal activity, it has to do with protecting yourself with the same force that you may be attacked with. Of course gun ownership/ laws don't affect the loonies, but thousands of crimes are prevented here every year by private citizens with guns. Our problem is that for some reason we have a larger population of loonies.

While it is illegal to enter public with a weapon, it is not illegal to own one in Denmark. You can own pistols, rifles, and shotguns, non automatic, with capacity restrictions. You must pass a test(s) and register them, and they are not allowed to be carried in public, but you can own them legally. Public is just a matter of walking through a door.

Did I do ok on the reality check?


#18 - It's true that a large portion of our country is used for farm…  [+] (7 replies) 03/09/2016 on Blood map 0
#172 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
Hey denmark fag here about the really good reason to get a weapon, thats not true i have 2 handguns a 357. magnum and a 39. all fully legal. Easy 2 get...
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#23 - arkis (03/09/2016) [-]
That pretty much fits with what I mostly hear, you can get guns and they for most places aren't ILLEGAL ( with a few exceptions of course) but they are hard to get and pretty much their purchase has to be justified, e.g. sport shooting, hunting, protecting farm land. I donno about in Denmark per say but the few farmers I have talked to have all said that stuff like fences only go so far to keep animals out and is more so to keep livestock penned in as most dangerous animals eventually find their way in, hence them having shotguns and the like.

Also, and I may be wrong as its hard to tell with this potato quality map,but Denmark looks to be in the 10-30 range with most of Europe being up to at max the 30-50 range, the only thing that looks like its in the 50-75 range is Yemen and possibly part of Malaysia.
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#24 - huchkizz (03/09/2016) [-]
As far as Denmark goes, basic fencing is pretty normally enough as we really don't have much big nor dangerous wildlife.
I'm not sure about the rest of Europe, but in Denmark, having anything above an airsoftgun is straight up illegal - It's very hard to get a permit and you'll need to be a certified hunter, policeman or the sort to get one.
Also, it's illegal to carry a knife longer than 12 cm (4.7 inches) if you don't have a permit for that as well (like fisherman, chef or the like)
It may sound retarded to people not used to it, but I honestly don't see the problem.
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#102 - jamiemsm (03/10/2016) [-]
its not really hard to get hunting license in denmark. i still havn't gone to a school where there arent atleast 1 or 2 people who owns a hunting rifle. its expensive yes, but alot of hunting dads pays for their sons hunting licence, hunting rifle and gun capinet.
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#26 - lean (03/09/2016) [-]
Denmark has a surprisingly large amount of clay shooting, pistol target, and rifle shooting ranges, as well as open hunting seasons. There are about 165,000 hunters in Denmark.
www.face.eu/sites/default/files/denmark_en_2.pdf

The cost of guns and ammo isn't appreciably higher in Denmark either, compared with the rest of Europe. The annual license is the equivalent of $135.

I think you have some preconceived notions about guns in your own country and abroad that is entirely due to your lack of experience and exposure of the subject, coupled with sensationalism in the news.
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#232 - meganinja (03/10/2016) [-]
>butthurt antigunners thumbing you down when you've been providing sources and using logic because it doesn't match up with their anecdotal evidence
#34 - cherubium (03/10/2016) [-]
You get those up here in northern europe, people that are so far up in their own ass about there "safe little world" that they think that the restrictive laws are "NO GUNS!!!" so they get flabbergasted when people start pointing out that there is a portion of their civilian population that owns guns.

My dear little country of Swedistan has over 30 guns per capita can't remember the exact number it feels like the only ones that actually knows it are the ones with the guns.
#7 - This is some serious ********. Denmark (And prob. the majo…  [+] (33 replies) 03/09/2016 on Blood map +119
#251 - ipostfunny (03/10/2016) [-]
Let's not even bring up the fact that it claims the Middle East has 0-5 homicides per 10,000 people.
#236 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
The nordic nations in general have a suprisingly high percentage of gun possesion, even if it is in most cases illegal. We have a lot of people who enjoy hunting, camping or practice shooting, in which it is allowed to carry several weapons as long as you have a permit and make sure you don't carry them where you aren't allowed to(most places). Most weapons are rifles, there are some pistols aswell i think. Looking up the facts would be the best choice but really i am too lazy to do such a thing.

Countries like Sweden have a pretty long history of military service Sadly the government have been focusing on making a proffessional military with mostly negative results and most of the population want the military service requirement to return and I believe there are caches of military equipment and guns in semi-safe(I don't think they were that well regulated, but you don't really hear anything about people taking things from them, at all) locations all over the country in case the country is invaded. Also, forests and moose everywhere.
#272 - cherubium (03/10/2016) [-]
This map shows registered guns and not illegal guns yet it is still true for the nordic countries but these denial commies can't believe it because their sheltered lives in the inner cities makes them think that only police and military have weapons.
#233 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
Denmark is in the 30 Range and it seems possible enough considering the stats it gets it from is there is 30 guns pr. 100 citizens, not that out of 100 people have 30 guns. but in Denmark if you're in the Home guard (Hjemmeværnet) you have a gun at home, if you're a hunter you have more than one rifle/shotgun at home, if you're a competitive shooter you also have a gun.
#140 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
Also if you think Brazil only has 0-10 guns per 100... I have news for you lol. They probably have 10 guns per every 5 people.
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#143 - lean (03/10/2016) [-]
Brazil has an estimated 14-15 million legally purchased firearms. It is suspected that there may be an additional 10 million unlawful firearms as well, but that is hard to officially cite. Mandatory gun registration and still rampant illegal ownership. It's almost like laws don't mean a whole lot
#89 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
In Norway at least, a lot of people own guns. But it's all hunting rifles and stuff, used for hunting. Not freedom arms for freedom.
#238 - ygdosst (03/10/2016) [-]
Basically, they're the same thing
#33 - cherubium (03/10/2016) [-]
On this map few countries actually are in the 30-50 range and not one country (in europe) above 50 so i don't know where the fuck you are getting the 75 bullshit from.

Countries that are in the 30-50 mark are true.
#129 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
Bullshit. Norway does not have that many guns per 100 people. Theres hardly that many per 100 people that have touched a gun, and those are either hunters, cops, or part of the military.
#207 - marquisdusade (03/10/2016) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Number_of_guns_per_capita_by_country
It has over 30 guns per 100 people, why the fuck can no one do a quick google search?
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#179 - youregaylol (03/10/2016) [-]
You're being thumbed up because you feel like you're correct with no evidence at all.

Fj can be so retarded sometimes.
#158 - cherubium (03/10/2016) [-]
What are hunters and sport shooters? that is literally it but sure lets ignore the statistics from Norways goverment just because you haven't met people that own guns so there are automatically no guns around.

The denial is so fucking strong in these people.
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#142 - lean (03/10/2016) [-]
31.3 civilian arms per 100 people. One thing to note is the ownership rate is # of guns per 100 people, not gun ownership. People can own several guns. Norway has 1.4 million registered civilian firearms in total.
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#14 - lean (03/09/2016) [-]
>sources on the maps
>denmark is orange on the map, ownership rate of 12 per 100 people
You're retarded. How did those restrictive gun laws prevent the murder of those people in Copenhagen last year in February? Shouldn't have been possible right? You don't think someone would do that, just go and break a law do you?

Weapons aren't even illegal in your own country, but there you go speaking for other ones. What a knob.
www.smallarmssurvey.org/
www.unodc.org/
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#22 - huchkizz (03/09/2016) [-]
Holy fuck are you stupid.

Of course our gun laws didn't prevent the tragedy that happened in February, nothing would've. You can't blame that on our fucking gun laws. Even if everyone ran around with fully-automatic rifles like in some states of the US, it wouldn't have "prevented" it . Does shootings still happen in the US? good, then stfu with that bullshit.
What the fuck do you mean with "shouldn't be possible" fucking everything is possible. You can get literally anything you want, anywhere you want, regardless of laws if you have the right connections and loads of money.
Do you seriously think these bitches care about the laws? REALLY?
And what the fuck do you mean with "Weapons aren't even illegal in your own country"? Where the fuck did you get that from? It's fucking illegal to walk outside with a knife longer than 12 fucking centimeteres. Do you really think I can walk around with a gun without anyone giving a shit?
And 12/100 people is still a WAYYY high of an estimate. I'm getting a feeling they just summed up the amount of weaponry owned by the military and divided by the population (which is misleading and fucking retarded if you shouldn't realize)

You need a reality check.
#25 - lean (03/09/2016) [-]
My questions about gun laws, stopping crime, impossible were both rhetorical and sarcastic to illustrate my point: Loonies are loonies regardless of government policy. No need to rage about that, point taken and we agree on the subject.

Here is a source on civilian guns in Denmark (and just about everywhere else):
www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/interactive/2012/jul/22/gun-ownership-homicides-map
You will notice it cites the original sources from the content.

The right of gun ownership in the US has nothing to do with criminal activity, it has to do with protecting yourself with the same force that you may be attacked with. Of course gun ownership/ laws don't affect the loonies, but thousands of crimes are prevented here every year by private citizens with guns. Our problem is that for some reason we have a larger population of loonies.

While it is illegal to enter public with a weapon, it is not illegal to own one in Denmark. You can own pistols, rifles, and shotguns, non automatic, with capacity restrictions. You must pass a test(s) and register them, and they are not allowed to be carried in public, but you can own them legally. Public is just a matter of walking through a door.

Did I do ok on the reality check?


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#11 - arkis (03/09/2016) [-]
I donno about Denmark for sure but doesn't Denmark have a large farming population, farmers that typically have hunting type weapons for protecting their animals from other animals. Ya know " Everyone and their mums has guns round here. Like who? Farmers, and farmers mums"
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#18 - huchkizz (03/09/2016) [-]
It's true that a large portion of our country is used for farming.
But farmers still don't own guns because: They don't need to protect their animals from anything since we don't really have any dangerous animals here (besides a few wolves, but they are handled with fences as far as I know), and two, to get a gun permit you'll need a really good reason. I've lived here my whole life and only weapons I've ever seen were a standart pistol carried by a police officer, and a MP5, also carried by a police officer. And I do live in the capital where the "kill-rate" is the highest, so as far as I am concerned, that graph is bullshit.
#172 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
Hey denmark fag here about the really good reason to get a weapon, thats not true i have 2 handguns a 357. magnum and a 39. all fully legal. Easy 2 get...
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#23 - arkis (03/09/2016) [-]
That pretty much fits with what I mostly hear, you can get guns and they for most places aren't ILLEGAL ( with a few exceptions of course) but they are hard to get and pretty much their purchase has to be justified, e.g. sport shooting, hunting, protecting farm land. I donno about in Denmark per say but the few farmers I have talked to have all said that stuff like fences only go so far to keep animals out and is more so to keep livestock penned in as most dangerous animals eventually find their way in, hence them having shotguns and the like.

Also, and I may be wrong as its hard to tell with this potato quality map,but Denmark looks to be in the 10-30 range with most of Europe being up to at max the 30-50 range, the only thing that looks like its in the 50-75 range is Yemen and possibly part of Malaysia.
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#24 - huchkizz (03/09/2016) [-]
As far as Denmark goes, basic fencing is pretty normally enough as we really don't have much big nor dangerous wildlife.
I'm not sure about the rest of Europe, but in Denmark, having anything above an airsoftgun is straight up illegal - It's very hard to get a permit and you'll need to be a certified hunter, policeman or the sort to get one.
Also, it's illegal to carry a knife longer than 12 cm (4.7 inches) if you don't have a permit for that as well (like fisherman, chef or the like)
It may sound retarded to people not used to it, but I honestly don't see the problem.
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#102 - jamiemsm (03/10/2016) [-]
its not really hard to get hunting license in denmark. i still havn't gone to a school where there arent atleast 1 or 2 people who owns a hunting rifle. its expensive yes, but alot of hunting dads pays for their sons hunting licence, hunting rifle and gun capinet.
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#26 - lean (03/09/2016) [-]
Denmark has a surprisingly large amount of clay shooting, pistol target, and rifle shooting ranges, as well as open hunting seasons. There are about 165,000 hunters in Denmark.
www.face.eu/sites/default/files/denmark_en_2.pdf

The cost of guns and ammo isn't appreciably higher in Denmark either, compared with the rest of Europe. The annual license is the equivalent of $135.

I think you have some preconceived notions about guns in your own country and abroad that is entirely due to your lack of experience and exposure of the subject, coupled with sensationalism in the news.
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#232 - meganinja (03/10/2016) [-]
>butthurt antigunners thumbing you down when you've been providing sources and using logic because it doesn't match up with their anecdotal evidence
#34 - cherubium (03/10/2016) [-]
You get those up here in northern europe, people that are so far up in their own ass about there "safe little world" that they think that the restrictive laws are "NO GUNS!!!" so they get flabbergasted when people start pointing out that there is a portion of their civilian population that owns guns.

My dear little country of Swedistan has over 30 guns per capita can't remember the exact number it feels like the only ones that actually knows it are the ones with the guns.
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#10 - gragasvlad (03/09/2016) [-]
Agreed
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#9 - javertshat (03/09/2016) [-]
Not to mention how much of the maps actually imply there isn't a correlation between guns and homicides; Vietnam, China, North Africa, India, UK and so on

Not only that, a simple quick fact check reveals that the US actually lies in the red zone on the homicide map with an average of 12 intentional homicides per 100 000 inhabitants, the same as Russia

But let's not let all these pesky facts get in the way of pushing our agenda
#186 - youregaylol (03/10/2016) [-]
>But let's not let all these pesky facts get in the way of pushing our agenda
>ignores facts to push agenda

as other have pointed out it's 3.8

is lying, distorting the truth, and hypocrisy common among all leftists or are you just a special snowflake?
#52 - ygdosst (03/10/2016) [-]
What the fuck are you talking about?
It's 3.8

That's a blatant lie.
Quit lying.
#29 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
The usa intentional homicides are actually 3.8.
#21 - lean (03/09/2016) [-]
There is zero correlation between gun ownership rate and homicides. Did guns magically become the only way to kill?? And the US rate most recently reported (2013) was just over 4 intentional homicides per 100,000. But let's not let all those pesky facts get in the way of uninformed bullshit.
data.worldbank.org/indicator/VC.IHR.PSRC.P5
#15 - anon (03/09/2016) [-]
We try not to count the blacks.
#2 - Bitch is willing to agree with anything you say even though sh…  [+] (7 replies) 03/09/2016 on dumb girl +101
#5 - checkemninja (03/10/2016) [-]
How the fuck are we supposed to know this shit,we're not mind readers
#11 - brljagif (03/10/2016) [-]
but you know who is asians
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#7 - drzix (03/10/2016) [-]
It's pretty obvious. If she's showing extreme interest in something you like, to the point where she'll lie about it, that's clearly an attempt to get you to like her.
#15 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
that great now the list of girls that like me and me not knowing that has gone up ......holy shit im autistic as fuck
#9 - palpy (03/10/2016) [-]
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#3 - yugiohkris (03/10/2016) [-]
. . . or wants attention
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#22 - dreygur (03/10/2016) [-]
From what is presumebly a guy she's interested in
#3 - Hamil is best joker  [+] (8 replies) 03/02/2016 on Shit got real +70
#47 - austinrocket (03/03/2016) [-]
You know, I never fully realized they wanted fucking Luke Skywalker to be the joker until right now.
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#38 - schmuxy (03/03/2016) [-]
I just met the guy last night. What a fucking legend.
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#37 - admiralen (03/03/2016) [-]
Thats a weird thing to say in a post with the best Joker
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#18 - akkere (03/03/2016) [-]
Jared Leto
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#14 - anon (03/03/2016) [-]
That's an odd way to spell worst joker.
He's literally the classic saturday morning cartoon. Does nothing but break stupid jokes, get his ass kicked and has absolutely nothing interesting to him. Sure, the voice acting is absolutely superb but as a character, Mark Hamills joker has no redeeming qualities.

At least a few other jokers have some sort of psychological intrigue and purpose than cracking stupid "jokes" while robbing banks only to get their ass handed to them.
#22 - anon (03/03/2016) [-]
He gave them names based off of their personality traits man. Which means it makes the most sense for the one who is literally nothing but a joker to be given the joker. Are you even looking at the god damn image.
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#20 - nebuchadnezzaurus (03/03/2016) [-]
Character is literally called the Joker and you're complaining that he's about making jokes?
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#15 - whitebuddha (03/03/2016) [-]
That's just like, your opinion man... He liked that one because the voice acting was awesome and nostalgic reasons while you prefer others based off the portrayal of the Joker as a character. That's like saying your favorite movie is "blank" because it has an awesome plot while someone else says it's the worst because it has shitty acting.