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  1. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    Seems like you gleefully ignored the next line. Your recreational gun use shouldn't mean that kids have to die.
  2. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    The kind of gun surely matters. It makes it easier to kill more people. Your argument might as well be I really like to walk into women's locker rooms so I think I should be able to do that because it's something that I enjoy.
  3. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    What do you think happened to the manufactured guns? They put them in a pit? Then covered it over with concrete? Gun sales did not decrease. They increased by almost double. Just because the same people bought more guns doesn't mean this isn't the problem. When you look at the mass murderers in these schools and otherwise are they not the ones who own more than one gun? Or their families own more than one gun? The acceptance of this gun culture is a huge part of the issue. Overall the production of guns is like vermin. If you have ever had mice you don't notice it when you have 2 mice living in your attic. You notice it when there are 20 mice and those mice start entering your kitchen because there isn't enough food. Same with ants. The more guns manufactured the more that find their way into zealots hands.
  4. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    The number of guns manufactured in the U.S. has nearly doubled in just a few short years, from nearly 5.5 million in 2010 to nearly 10.9 million in 2013. The overwhelming majority of those guns stay on U.S. soil; around 400,000 firearms were exported in 2013. It's in the damn article.
  5. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    I'm not the one with the paranoia.
  6. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    Laws have gotten stricter? Not at all. What if you can have a handgun in your home for your safety. Then you can have a bigger gun at some club that you go to under lock and key so you can go and clean it, and polish it, take selfies with it etc.. Would that work? The people with the gun fetish should be the ones coming up with the plan in all actuality. They have the desire. Why does normal society have to come up with a plan for them to engage in their activities?
  7. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    Laws have gotten stricter? Not at all. What if you can have a handgun in your home for your safety. Then you can have a bigger gun at some club that you go to under lock and key so you can go and clean it, and polish it, take selfies with it etc.. Would that work? The people with the gun fetish should be the ones coming up with the plan in all actuality. They have the desire. Why does normal society have to come up with a plan for them to engage in their activities?
  8. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    Gun ownership has sky rocketed in the last 10-20 years. Nearly tripled. https://www.npr.org/2016/01/05/462017461/guns-in-america-by-the-numbers
  9. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    It's the guns. It's clearly the guns. If you care more about your recreation than people's lives you are an a hole. If you are so paranoid you think you need all these guns for your protection you need to move and/or seek mental health treatment. It is not your right to own any gun you wish and have it where ever you wish. That's not what the amendment says. That interpretation has changed over time and can change. The argument that criminals don't follow laws make no sense. That's an argument against all laws. This stuff works in other countries.
  10. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    Why was Obama an idiot? There is no comparison to the current guy. None. This guy is awful by any measure and the people who voted him in are complicit.
  11. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    Bernie Sanders Evan McMullin John McCain Mark Warner Adam Schiff Barack Obama Elizabeth Warren
  12. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    Some are decent guys.
  13. It's true. But what it amounts to is, our sport is too boring for people who have entertainment on demand in their pockets. Millennial's don't hate the NFL. They love the NFL. They will play fantasy football, go to bars to watch it with there friends and DFS is huge. But they just don't want to deal with drunk people at the games who take sports too seriously. I can't blame them at all. The sport is going to have to adapt somehow or it's going to lose money. It makes so much money it will never go away. The in person event has to change though.
  14. MichaelWeston

    Guns in America

    If you support Trump there is something wrong with you.

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