Thursday, December 24, 2015

Merry Christmas

16 comments:

  1. Muzzle awareness, check. Fingers off the triggers, check. Wonderful parents, double check. Wish I could afford to do this for Christmas, maybe next year.....

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    1. Funny how acceptable that was in the 1960s and how fanatical it would be today.

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    2. . . . how fanatical it would be today.

      Um . . . "fanatical" in what way? After all, an obviously not "fanatical" public servant's Christmas cards this year feature a quite similar theme, and no one worth the oxygen he or she breathes has the slightest objection to it.

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    3. It's still acceptable today Mike, it's only fanatical to people like you.

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    4. People are more irresponsible with their guns today. I wish we only had problems of the 1960's.

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    5. "I wish we only had problems of the 1960's."

      What problems didn't we have then that we don't have now?

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    6. Why were there so many more gun accidents in the 60s if people were so much responsible back then?

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    7. We didn't have mass killings everyday in the 1960's.

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    8. We don't have them now either Anon.

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    9. Oh yes we did!

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    10. Kurt, I suppose as long as you're the judge of who's worth the oxygen they breathe, you're right. But that Las Vegas gun nut received plenty of objection for her fanatical Christmas nonsense.

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    11. "Oh yes we did!"

      I think you may have your terminology mixed up Anon. The latest media trend is to change the definition of mass shooting from the FBI's definition of at least four dead to that of four shot but not necessarily killed. This is from a Reddit page called the mass shooting tracker.
      However, if you have some data that I haven't seen, please gift us with a link.

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    12. But that Las Vegas gun nut received plenty of objection for her fanatical Christmas nonsense.

      I looked at the photo of that card again, and couldn't find any indication of any "nut" of any kind, nor anything remotely "fanatical," nor any "nonsense."

      Perhaps we're looking at different cards?

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    13. Yeah, or perhaps we have different ideas of what constitutes fanatical and nonsense.

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    14. Yeah, or perhaps we have different ideas of what constitutes fanatical and nonsense.

      I would rather be dead than for that not to be emphatically the case.

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  2. Good God! I actually punched in "Ammoland" on Christmas Eve!

    Now I feel dirty...

    Oh well. Sweet dreams to all.

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