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#233 - It's a pretty common thing in Africa.  [+] (1 new reply) 12/16/2012 on praise be to bacon +6
#234 - youxbarstard (12/16/2012) [-]
=D
It's a shame though, Africa is a little too warm imo.
#213 - No, dumb ass, the teacher is.  [+] (18 new replies) 12/16/2012 on praise be to bacon +4
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#285 - saddestofbreads (12/16/2012) [-]
Probably not a good thing for a kindergartner teacher to walk into class brandishing his assault rifle.
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#378 - totallynotafurry (12/16/2012) [-]
That's why you don't give it to them as a personal weapon, you put it somewhere out of sight, but within easy reach, in the classroom.
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#386 - moser (12/16/2012) [-]
And what if a child finds it? Then what?
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#394 - totallynotafurry (12/16/2012) [-]
Make sure it's got the safety on.
A child isn't going to be traumatized by the simple sight of a gun. More likely, they're going to be intrigued by it. And most children in America wouldn't know how to hold, let alone operate, a weapon like that.

There's a lot of "what ifs" in this. How bout the one that matters: What if a gunman barges into the classroom and starts shooting at the children? Oh, that's right, the teacher who has been trained to use his/her weapon pulls it out and returns fire, HOPEFULLY eliminating the threat.
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#420 - moser (12/16/2012) [-]
I'm sure there are a lot more kids that can figure out how to turn a safety off then your scenario assumes. Introducing a gun into a classroom of children bring with it the chance of a student shooting another either on purpose or by accident. Gun's accidentally kill over 500 kids a year just from there being a gun in 1/3 of American homes. You put a gun in 100% of American classrooms, that number is going to unavoidably skyrocket. And the amount of kids that die in school shootings as it stands right now is no where near 500. So really you're not solving anything.
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#446 - totallynotafurry (12/16/2012) [-]
Kids die from accidental shootings like that because the parents weren't responsible enough to put the gun somewhere the kid couldn't get to it.

What would you propose they do instead? Outlaw guns entirely so that nobody has them except the guys who wanna kill people? The only reason that works for Australia, is because people can't drive right across the border of their country, into another country, and buy the guns there.
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#459 - moser (12/16/2012) [-]
I never said I wanted to ban guns. I just don't think it's a good Idea to store one in a classroom full of children. Teacher's are fully capable of being just as irresponsible as a parent.
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#470 - totallynotafurry (12/16/2012) [-]
Then what should we do?

I read an article yesterday about a town, in the US, where it was made mandatory that every resident own a gun (started 25 years ago). The article was celebrating the fact that since instituting that law, there had not been a single murder of a resident, whether they were the criminal or the victim, for 25 years.
Here it is: www.wnd.com/2007/04/41196/
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#497 - moser (12/16/2012) [-]
There is nothing we can do, our culture simply needs to change where citizens don't feel that America is a gilded anarchistic war zone where you are going to get shot going out to get your mail in the morning. People don't feel secure anymore, and when that happens it raises the demand for guns, which in turn become more available to wack-jobs that then use those guns to go duck hunting in the food court of a shopping mall.

I read your article. 5242 people is kinda a low sample size to jump to a conclusion like that. Honestly, the high school I went to has more attending students than that every year.
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#511 - totallynotafurry (12/16/2012) [-]
In a town of 5242 people they had a crime rate of 4332 per 100,000 which is over 400 higher than the national average at that time.
The current population is 28,189 and the crime rate is 2027 per 100,000.
People commit crimes they think they can get away with. Why do they usually get away with it? Because people are defenseless. If you give everyone a way to protect themselves, AND TRAIN THEM, criminals are less likely to be successful.
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#554 - moser (12/16/2012) [-]
And is that more practical then simply trying to reform our gun culture to that of Europe, where essentially the same thing has been accomplished where all citizens are on equal footing because nobody owns a gun? Being equally dangerous to one another is the only path to peace apparently. It's the cold war on a much smaller scale essentially. So if either way works I would still feel safer if nobody had nukes.

Anyway if this argument could be solved with one discussion I would have already happened and we wouldn't be having it right now. I'm sure your opinion isn't going to change and neither is mine, but I understand yours better now.
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#563 - totallynotafurry (12/16/2012) [-]
Europe doesn't have an easily accessible country south of it's borders where you can go and buy practically any gun you want.
I highly doubt that "nobody" owns a gun. I think they just make them harder to get, and limit what kinds. But crazies will still get a gun no matter how much you try to stop them. It's just less likely to happen in Europe because they're content and they don't have much shit to drive them crazy.
America on the other hand is dumb as fuck in a lot of its policies, and it drives people here insane.
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#594 - moser (12/16/2012) [-]
Your right it doesn't, it has several smaller ones located on it's east side.

#227 - youxbarstard (12/16/2012) [-]
Though the thought of a kindergartner with an AK seems hilarious.
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#303 - Claegel (12/16/2012) [-]
when one kindergartner gets mad at one of his fellow classmates, the resolution is quick and easy. he blows his fucking head off.
#668 - youxbarstard (12/16/2012) [-]
Well that would solve the bully problem.
Bully doesn't like the kid? kills him and no more victim.
Victim doesn't like getting bullied? kills bully and victim is happy.
#233 - totallynotafurry (12/16/2012) [-]
It's a pretty common thing in Africa.
#234 - youxbarstard (12/16/2012) [-]
=D
It's a shame though, Africa is a little too warm imo.
#25 - "Well your mom seems to enjoy it." 12/16/2012 on Sucks to suck +3
#37 - I think you mean "son of a gun". 12/16/2012 on A magical place +6
#186 - Dude, this is the internet. We gave up on the human specie… 12/15/2012 on They won't stop anytime soon. +2
#175 - Gotta agree with you on this. Assault weapons are completely u… 12/15/2012 on They won't stop anytime soon. +2
#170 - I can't be the only one who thinks that people are simply gett…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/15/2012 on They won't stop anytime soon. -1
#181 - goingonasummerday (12/15/2012) [-]
If the next week is going to be a clusterfuck of mayhem, mass hysteria, mass murders, mass suicides, just because the media decided to run with some crackpot apocalyptic bullshit about mayan calanders for ratings, then I give up on the human species.
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#199 - akkere (12/15/2012) [-]
I'm pretty sure people gave up the belief over simple facebook posts and un-caught references.

To which I have to ask; what belief is there for them?
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#186 - totallynotafurry (12/15/2012) [-]
Dude, this is the internet.
We gave up on the human species a long fucking time ago.
#562 - It's Josh :3 12/15/2012 on totallynotafurry's profile 0
#559 - Alright, sleep well my friend. It was nice talking to ya.  [+] (1 new reply) 12/15/2012 on totallynotafurry's profile 0
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#560 - bababad (12/15/2012) [-]
Likewise!
#557 - Very nice. I don't play much standard. I just play Magic w…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/15/2012 on totallynotafurry's profile 0
#558 - bababad (12/15/2012) [-]
My go to deck is a lifegain deck with chalice of life...and circles of protection. My buddies and I always play multiplayer in which we share life total and a battlefield...but control remains independent. I just troll and lockdown their decks until my chalices kick in...my ajani pridemates are huge, ageless entity is giant...or my buddies actually pitched in :)

Anyways...time to crash. Had two finals today and worked a shift.
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#559 - totallynotafurry (12/15/2012) [-]
Alright, sleep well my friend. It was nice talking to ya.
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#560 - bababad (12/15/2012) [-]
Likewise!