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#191 - Hollow victory and I'll not rub in your face- also my jimmies … 12/05/2012 on Piers "Aloe" Morgan 0
#186 - What about your other country of residence? 12/05/2012 on Piers "Aloe" Morgan 0
#181 - Well ***** it didn't work. Ok. Well my state is Indiana, look …  [+] (2 new replies) 12/05/2012 on Piers "Aloe" Morgan 0
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#189 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
Yeah 198 murders, 142 by guns are in Indiana, Germany in 2010 was 158 , so Indiana wins

158 +60 = 218 in UK and Germany for gun murders , Indiana = 142

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#191 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Hollow victory and I'll not rub in your face- also my jimmies are less rustled after that. I am an extremist about guns. But I'm not blind as well, and I don't think 'Murica is best country, just because we have lax gun laws. I feel safer knowing I have guns that no one else can take from me. That makes me comfortable. And the opposite is true for you. So while we will probably never see eye to eye, we can agree that we both live on the same planet, love our wives/gf's and families, and want our loved ones to be safe and protected from evil people. Due to our different regions, we go about our safety in a different manner, but for the same cause- so agree to disagree?
#180 - Total Handgun Firearm Murders …  [+] (5 new replies) 12/05/2012 on Piers "Aloe" Morgan 0
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#184 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
I think from the table it shows in 2010 there were 198 murders of which 142 of them were by guns.

In 2010 in the UK there was 60
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#186 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
What about your other country of residence?
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#181 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Well fuck- it didn't work. Ok. Well my state is Indiana, look for yourself.
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#189 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
Yeah 198 murders, 142 by guns are in Indiana, Germany in 2010 was 158 , so Indiana wins

158 +60 = 218 in UK and Germany for gun murders , Indiana = 142

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#191 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Hollow victory and I'll not rub in your face- also my jimmies are less rustled after that. I am an extremist about guns. But I'm not blind as well, and I don't think 'Murica is best country, just because we have lax gun laws. I feel safer knowing I have guns that no one else can take from me. That makes me comfortable. And the opposite is true for you. So while we will probably never see eye to eye, we can agree that we both live on the same planet, love our wives/gf's and families, and want our loved ones to be safe and protected from evil people. Due to our different regions, we go about our safety in a different manner, but for the same cause- so agree to disagree?
#88 - Picture 12/05/2012 on Cartridges +37
#165 - Banning of morning tea. But really, reading the comm…  [+] (7 new replies) 12/05/2012 on Piers "Aloe" Morgan 0
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#175 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
Anecdotal evidence isn't evidence, you say that gun crime is very low in your state , fair enough , but your state will probably have more gun crime that both my country of residences put together
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#180 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Total Handgun Firearm Murders
Murders Murders Per 100,000
Indiana 198 83 2.2

www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2011/jan/10/gun-crime-us-state

You tell me?
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#184 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
I think from the table it shows in 2010 there were 198 murders of which 142 of them were by guns.

In 2010 in the UK there was 60
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#186 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
What about your other country of residence?
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#181 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Well fuck- it didn't work. Ok. Well my state is Indiana, look for yourself.
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#189 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
Yeah 198 murders, 142 by guns are in Indiana, Germany in 2010 was 158 , so Indiana wins

158 +60 = 218 in UK and Germany for gun murders , Indiana = 142

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#191 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Hollow victory and I'll not rub in your face- also my jimmies are less rustled after that. I am an extremist about guns. But I'm not blind as well, and I don't think 'Murica is best country, just because we have lax gun laws. I feel safer knowing I have guns that no one else can take from me. That makes me comfortable. And the opposite is true for you. So while we will probably never see eye to eye, we can agree that we both live on the same planet, love our wives/gf's and families, and want our loved ones to be safe and protected from evil people. Due to our different regions, we go about our safety in a different manner, but for the same cause- so agree to disagree?
#154 - Safety is relative- Guns are tools, no more deadly than a hamm…  [+] (9 new replies) 12/05/2012 on Piers "Aloe" Morgan 0
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#162 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
So by that logic I should be allowed to have things like flamethrowers , grenades, guns only useful purpose is to kill or be used relationally , hunting rifles would be fine, clay pigeon shooting would be fine, having shooting ranges where the guns should be kept makes sense.

Furthermore the stat saying states with more gun control have more crime is not a logic puzzle, this comes from those states having the most crime before the toughest laws were in place so even a decrease in their crime rates would still keep them at the top of the crime table, and also if those tough gun laws were relaxed gun crime in those areas would increase.

And as for this apparent corrupt government that could impose this huge tax on us, we vote in our government and would vote on these policies, it's childish and naive to cite a reason to have guns as a way of over throwing a government in this day and age. There is the European Union , elected by the people and run by the people who would step in , the British government elected and run by the people.

Give me an example of a freedom you really think could be taken away from Britons that would somehow have to get through every stage in parliment , be signed off by the queen and have the European Commission sign and agree with.

#165 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Banning of morning tea.

But really, reading the comment section of the link you provided, my arguments are already stated in those rebuttals. So this is a waste of my time. Implying tough gun laws can lower crime rates, it seems the opposite would be true- lax gun laws would increase the crime rate exponentially. However, that is not the case. In my state, an 18 year old can buy a shotgun or rifle, any size/caliber/action, pay cash, and as long as he passes a background check, he walks out with his gun the same day. The same is true with a 21 year old and a handgun. And yet, we have a very low crime rate. And yes, for your first sentence, I feel like you should have every right to own whatever you wish. Should you choose to use them against an innocent- well, that is up to you- but you would hopefully be mature enough to properly store and handle the weapons with care. Needless to say, any further discussion is a waste of my time- I'm simply all out of fuck to give.

Pic related.
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#175 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
Anecdotal evidence isn't evidence, you say that gun crime is very low in your state , fair enough , but your state will probably have more gun crime that both my country of residences put together
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#180 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Total Handgun Firearm Murders
Murders Murders Per 100,000
Indiana 198 83 2.2

www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2011/jan/10/gun-crime-us-state

You tell me?
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#184 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
I think from the table it shows in 2010 there were 198 murders of which 142 of them were by guns.

In 2010 in the UK there was 60
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#186 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
What about your other country of residence?
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#181 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Well fuck- it didn't work. Ok. Well my state is Indiana, look for yourself.
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#189 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
Yeah 198 murders, 142 by guns are in Indiana, Germany in 2010 was 158 , so Indiana wins

158 +60 = 218 in UK and Germany for gun murders , Indiana = 142

User avatar
#191 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Hollow victory and I'll not rub in your face- also my jimmies are less rustled after that. I am an extremist about guns. But I'm not blind as well, and I don't think 'Murica is best country, just because we have lax gun laws. I feel safer knowing I have guns that no one else can take from me. That makes me comfortable. And the opposite is true for you. So while we will probably never see eye to eye, we can agree that we both live on the same planet, love our wives/gf's and families, and want our loved ones to be safe and protected from evil people. Due to our different regions, we go about our safety in a different manner, but for the same cause- so agree to disagree?
#136 - 58 firearm murders a year/Britan 8,775 " "/USAQ…  [+] (11 new replies) 12/05/2012 on Piers "Aloe" Morgan +1
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#151 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
www.juancole.com/2012/07/58-murders-a-year-by-firearms-in-britain-8775-in -us.html

" And also, that is a chosen number. Meaning data has been witheld. How many rapes in your large cities? What is the non-fatal crime rate? Yeah, you can pull number out of your ass,"

A chosen number, why does that mean data has been witheld , it's quite easy to find crime statistic on the internet.

Rape , per 100,000 , United States 27.3 United kingdom 28.8 so pretty similar
sourced wikipedia

So facts are facts right ? yet you choose to deny the ones showing that having guns make America less safe, and as for your quote tell that to the population of the majority of the world who are apparently all subjects as we don't have guns. I live in the United Kingdom and in Germany and we all seem to be doing fine, in countries that rank higher and "more free" , than the apparently greatest country in the world.





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#154 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Safety is relative- Guns are tools, no more deadly than a hammer or a car. they can be used wrong to hurt people, but in the end they are just objects.

Crime statistics vary upon the source, everyone puts their own spin on things, and shows what they want to show. You see a 58/8,775 murder rate, however the nature of those crimes are not detailed. The states in the US with the highest crime rate are the same states with the strictest gun control. Illinois, New York, California- all have large number of gun toting inner city gangs, with civilians who are not allowed to defend themselves. I never said America was the greatest country in the world- you assume I love my homeland. Yes, you are subjects. If the government wanted to impose an insane tax on you, invade your privacy and take away your freedoms, what will you do about it? What can you do about it? That is what separates subjects and civilians- subjects hope for the best, and that's all they can do. Civilians can be a threat to the government, we may not be a military but they should fear us nonetheless.
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#162 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
So by that logic I should be allowed to have things like flamethrowers , grenades, guns only useful purpose is to kill or be used relationally , hunting rifles would be fine, clay pigeon shooting would be fine, having shooting ranges where the guns should be kept makes sense.

Furthermore the stat saying states with more gun control have more crime is not a logic puzzle, this comes from those states having the most crime before the toughest laws were in place so even a decrease in their crime rates would still keep them at the top of the crime table, and also if those tough gun laws were relaxed gun crime in those areas would increase.

And as for this apparent corrupt government that could impose this huge tax on us, we vote in our government and would vote on these policies, it's childish and naive to cite a reason to have guns as a way of over throwing a government in this day and age. There is the European Union , elected by the people and run by the people who would step in , the British government elected and run by the people.

Give me an example of a freedom you really think could be taken away from Britons that would somehow have to get through every stage in parliment , be signed off by the queen and have the European Commission sign and agree with.

#165 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Banning of morning tea.

But really, reading the comment section of the link you provided, my arguments are already stated in those rebuttals. So this is a waste of my time. Implying tough gun laws can lower crime rates, it seems the opposite would be true- lax gun laws would increase the crime rate exponentially. However, that is not the case. In my state, an 18 year old can buy a shotgun or rifle, any size/caliber/action, pay cash, and as long as he passes a background check, he walks out with his gun the same day. The same is true with a 21 year old and a handgun. And yet, we have a very low crime rate. And yes, for your first sentence, I feel like you should have every right to own whatever you wish. Should you choose to use them against an innocent- well, that is up to you- but you would hopefully be mature enough to properly store and handle the weapons with care. Needless to say, any further discussion is a waste of my time- I'm simply all out of fuck to give.

Pic related.
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#175 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
Anecdotal evidence isn't evidence, you say that gun crime is very low in your state , fair enough , but your state will probably have more gun crime that both my country of residences put together
User avatar
#180 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Total Handgun Firearm Murders
Murders Murders Per 100,000
Indiana 198 83 2.2

www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2011/jan/10/gun-crime-us-state

You tell me?
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#184 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
I think from the table it shows in 2010 there were 198 murders of which 142 of them were by guns.

In 2010 in the UK there was 60
User avatar
#186 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
What about your other country of residence?
User avatar
#181 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Well fuck- it didn't work. Ok. Well my state is Indiana, look for yourself.
User avatar
#189 - PubLandlord (12/05/2012) [-]
Yeah 198 murders, 142 by guns are in Indiana, Germany in 2010 was 158 , so Indiana wins

158 +60 = 218 in UK and Germany for gun murders , Indiana = 142

User avatar
#191 - sevensixtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
Hollow victory and I'll not rub in your face- also my jimmies are less rustled after that. I am an extremist about guns. But I'm not blind as well, and I don't think 'Murica is best country, just because we have lax gun laws. I feel safer knowing I have guns that no one else can take from me. That makes me comfortable. And the opposite is true for you. So while we will probably never see eye to eye, we can agree that we both live on the same planet, love our wives/gf's and families, and want our loved ones to be safe and protected from evil people. Due to our different regions, we go about our safety in a different manner, but for the same cause- so agree to disagree?
#130 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 12/05/2012 on Piers "Aloe" Morgan +1
#511 - xadakk (12/06/2012) [-]
#126 - Insane. Nazi-germany grade gun laws. 12/05/2012 on Piers "Aloe" Morgan +2