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Is it just my browser being weird again, or does anyone else not see a pic here?
I'm afraid I'm not seeing any photo Mike.
I've lost it now too, but can you guess what it was?
Hard to say. Usually its Baldr that complains about such things. Perhaps you could tell us the genre? Baldr fixates on guns, where you are more broad minded and include things like hunting. If your complaint is about guns, perhaps you were referring to this recent article,http://www.ammoland.com/2015/11/gun-magazines-are-pornography-should-be-banned/#axzz3t4ROBocm
I've lost it now too, but can you guess what it was?An armed and free citizenry enjoying its liberty, independence, and security? I know how offensive you find that.
Someone rolling in mud?
It was a Black Friday ad for guns - lots of guns at low prices.
Ah, I see. You mean like these deals?http://www.guns.com/2014/11/27/10-sweet-black-friday-deals-with-slick-guns/ I'm afraid I'm a bit cash poor at present so wasn't able to take advantage. What makes them especially good deals is that with proper care, they don't wear out and if in a common caliber, won't become obsolete or out of date like electronics.
It was a Black Friday ad for guns - lots of guns at low prices.Guess I was pretty close.But the far bigger issue is that your label for guns priced so as to make them accessible to the masses is not just "pornography," or even just "filthy pornography," but "the filthiest pornography." In your estimation, pictures of guns priced within reach of some of the less fortunate among us are apparently more offensive than pictures of eight-year-olds getting ass-raped.I should stop telling myself that I'm incapable of being surprised at the depths of your depravity, but you continue to sink to new lows that I'd thought were beyond even you.
Well Mike, it looks like the growing demand for guns is leading to another venue to meet the growing demand."A new home shopping channel plans to make buying a gun as simple as calling the number on your screen.Starting in 2016, a network called Gun TV will join the peddlers of jewelry, weight loss programs and kitchen gadgets that regularly populate the odd hours of late night television. Its tagline: "Live Shopping. Fully Loaded"The channel, owned by a parent company called the Social Responsibility Network, will air mostly shopping programming for guns, ammunition and hunting accessories for six early-morning hours every day with goals of eventually ramping up to a 24/7 operation, according to the Desert Sun."http://mashable.com/2015/12/03/gun-tv/?utm_campaign=Mash-Prod-RSS-Feedburner-All-Partial&utm_cid=Mash-Prod-RSS-Feedburner-All-Partial#BmD7jAyTVsqw