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Am I The Only One Around Here Meme | AM I THE ONLY ONE AROUND HERE WHO THINKS THIS WALKKOUT STUFF HAS GONE TOO FAR?! | image tagged in memes,am i the only one around here | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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I think it’s good tv entertainment!
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2 ups
90% of the stuff on tv is just something stupid gone too far and blown out of proportion
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Am I The Only One Around Here Meme | I'M WITH YOU, BRUH! LETS GO TEACH THEM KIDS A LESSON, 2ND AMENDMENT STYLE! | image tagged in memes,am i the only one around here | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Che | YES, YOU ARE | image tagged in che | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Futurama Fry Meme | USING A COMMUNIST TO DEFEND GUN CONTROL PROBABLY TROLLING | image tagged in memes,futurama fry | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Actually, he isn't.
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9 ups
I made this to share with our gun control advocating friends.
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12 ups, 2 replies
I got censored by imgflip.
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6 ups, 2 replies
I'm all over this Hogg character. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-01/wounded-warrior-responds-david-hogg-its-not-gun-problem-its-culture-thing
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4 ups, 3 replies
Real tough guy, ridiculing a child who lived through a tragedy like that.

Aren't there any young terrorism survivors closer to home you can kick?
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6 ups, 1 reply
If he didn't want to be ridiculed he shouldn't have used the tragedy of those around him to propel himself to national spotlight and try to takeaway the rights of millions of Americans.
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2 ups, 1 reply
He didn't - and doesn't want to - get shot.

Or are you too senile to get that, old man?
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2 ups, 2 replies
U are wrong 1234Guy, Deplorapool is correct
He was a plant planted by the march for our lives BS
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2 ups
Soros hired every last one of those marchers!
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no
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Why
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3 ups
https://youtu.be/BRi-UouACL8
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Btw the kid u are talking about is faking everything and is a plant planted by the march for our lives bs
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i.imgflip.com/23fb81.jpg (click to show)
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4 ups, 2 replies
The "Gun Free Zone" challenge

In light of the current atmosphere regarding the "March For Our Lives" anti-gun protests, I would like to offer these activists, their sympathizers, the their drone followers a little challenge.

The challenge goes like this:
For a month, wear a sign around your neck, every day, to be seen by others, stating that you and your property are a "No Gun Zone". For a month, that you will not use, or possess, any type of firearm, or benefit from someone else's possession of one, for any reason. Make sure everywhere you go, people will see it. I, especially, challenge the females of this movement to declare to the world that you will, under no circumstances, rely on a firearm for protection.

I think that a month is ample time to get a idea of what you propose for others.

You say that you wouldn't be advertising under normal conditions. True, but then again, you wouldn't have to, because if all guns are gone, the criminal would already know that you are without a firearm as they would know of everyone else, too. Not to mention, you don't want to benefit from the idea that the criminal won't know who is carrying and who is not. That would be benefitting from firearms, as well.

I challenge all you gun control advocates to do this for a month and let us all know how it goes.

Let us all know how many criminals honored your "No Gun Zone".
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3 ups, 1 reply
does this include if you're hand is on fire?
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0 ups, 1 reply
Yes. That would still be benefitting from a gun.
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2 ups
Oh. (pulls out Nerf gatling)
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1 up, 1 reply
I have no idea were you live, but you need to leave that town of too many testosterone deficiency cases and come on here to the Big Bad Bronx with guns not required nor desired because most have been safely retired.

Don't worry, any of the locals scare you, I'll protect you.
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0 ups, 1 reply
You bring an anecdote, I bring 5. You'll find this interesting:
https://crimeresearch.org/2013/12/murder-and-homicide-rates-before-and-after-gun-bans/
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0 ups, 1 reply
That's not an anecdote, that's a fact.

You may search for any verifiable facts to refute that. In fact, I won't reply further till you do.
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0 ups, 1 reply
NYC is an anecdote. I'm honestly confused what you thought I was referring to.
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VERY confused.
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3 ups
See the difference?
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5 ups, 3 replies
When conservatives say you should stop bullying the weird kid or he'll start shooting, but find it A-Ok to mock Parkland survivors.
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9 ups, 2 replies
I've got no problem mocking them because they admitted they bullied him for years and don't see anything wrong with it. Then, after the kid finally snaps, they want to blame guns instead of owning their mistakes and accepting that they pushed him too far.

The whole thing reeks of shit. They made their own personal hell and they want the rest of the country to burn with them. F**k all of them, especially the shooter, but f**k every one of them.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Where did they admit they were bullying him?
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2 ups, 1 reply
I saw the shaved head girl screaming into the microphone saying something along the lines of 'yes we bullied him, but you didn't know him, he deserved it." It shouldn't be too hard to Google unless the media has tried to sensor it.

I didn't know him but I know he was an orphan and had no father figure. I know kids like that have a rough start to begin with. I also know that bullied kids tend to have a fascination with weapons. Add 5-7 years of people piling on their shit onto his psych and his soul and you're going to get a human bomb.
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Why do they get obsessed with guns in the first place? The gun culture in this country is an issue. Gun owners know how guns make them feel. I'm seeing comments saying thing like "I'm not afraid of you if you don't have a gun." That mentality is the problem. Basing interactions with people on whether they have a gun or not is the problem. And I don't agree that oh well this is what it's come to so blah blah blah. We can change society for the better if certain people will stop being selfish.
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Kids like the shooter get weapon fascinations because they make them feel safe or give them a feeling of control that it's their choice Not to use them on their bullies. It's not always guns either. My schools bullied kid was into ninja weapons and would bring nunchucks and throwing stars to school. He even gave me one at school.

On the normal end of the spectrum, a lot of people think guns are cool the same way people think cars are cool. I don't think guns or cars are cool but I own both.

Why own either if they don't appeal to me? Because they are necessary in the society I live in. My car allows me to go where I need to and guns keep me safe.

My house has been broken into more than once while I wasn't home. If I am home I know I can protect myself and my property with a weapon. The reason I have high powered weapons is because all confrontation is an arms race. In a fight the person with the best technique or bigger muscles has the advantage. In a gunfight the person with better training or a bigger gun has the advantage. I'd rather have every advantage available to me in a fight that could be to the death.

Denying the need for a gun is like denying the need for a car. People do it, but they're not right. Not in our society.
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3 ups, 2 replies
Who am I bullying? Also, talking shit about Hogg and the troll girl isn't the same as bullying them.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Talking shit about them online is called cyber bullying. Congratulations.
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4 ups, 1 reply
Lol. Hacking your phone and blackmailing you with some embarrassing stuff is cyber bullying.

It must be nice not to know what real bullying is. Calling people poopy heads is not bullying. Making it so they're afraid to walk out their door because of physical violence or mental trauma is bullying.

Being called a shithead is not mental trauma, btw. If a person is so fragile that they can't take some name calling it doesn't make them a victim, it makes them a pussy.
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You might want to check the definition of cyber bullying. Coincidentally, the same defenses you mentioned have been offered by bullies to excuse their actions. "If they're so weak they can't handle a little name calling then it's their fault." Yea, victim blaming is the hallmark of a bully.
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2 ups, 1 reply
By your definition half the people on imgflip have been cyber bullies in the past month
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For real, just calling people names doesn't make people bullies
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Maybe not because you're both grown adults (I'm assuming) who don't feel threatened . But the key is how the victim is made to feel, which is why bullies are in denial a lot of the time because they have no empathy toward their victim and therefore don't think what they're doing could cause any harm.
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Telling something like it is does not mean you are talking shit about people.
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Anyone who puts their opinion out in public may be freely criticized. Now, I do not think that mocking is right, and people should keep the discussion centered on the ideas and the policies themselves, without resorting to ad-hominem attacks.
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2 ups
it's past March
now it's April
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That guys is a piece of shit
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2 ups, 2 replies
America - The only nation where the genocide of school children is a sacrifice of human flesh to feed Zombie Jesus.
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4 ups, 1 reply
I'm not even sure what you're trying to prove. If the children are truly being sacrificed to any cause, then that cause can be easily found by looking at what agenda is being pushed by the media's use of these tragedies. And what are these murders being used to leverage? Don't we see more and more of the media calling for gun control after each disaster?
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If the majority of the recent mass shootings involved AR-15s, it's only logical to look at the gun as being part of the problem. The fact that out of your own selfishness you want to ignore that, directly points to a lack of empathy for the victims of the shootings.
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And what about the majority of Islamic terrorist attacks involving Islamic jihads? Are we going to start looking at islam being part of the problem too?

The fact that you ignore the real problem shows you have no interest in actually solving the problems.

Why is it so hard for people to realize the individual committing these crimes are the problem?

If I arm myself with a hammer, axe, and big truck. And I first run a lot of people over before hacking and smashing a few dozen more what is to blame? The axe, the hammer, the truck, or me?
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Ban p**ises. You can keep your p**is, but only if it's not an assault p**is. Concealed carry p**ises only.
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Wait, so do we manage everyone's testosterone or just the criminal's?

Haha.
Well, at least you are still blaming other things besides the person. Proving you are like that in other areas and not just biased against guns.

Perhaps it is because of my intense hatred for rapists and mass shooters. I feel that blaming anything other than the individual responsible is an injustice because it takes some of the heat off of them.
But to each their own opinion.

I want to see those sons of b**ches burn for what they did. And blaming guns, blaming President Trump, blaming gun owning Americans, blaming bullies, blaming pink fluffy unicorns, etc. Is not going to result in him receiving the full blow of the hammer.
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I definitely blame the person, too. I think the gun issue is multi-faceted and I do not take lightly the mental health side of it. I think this needs to be attacked on multiple fronts, as there are many factors involved as evidenced by the Parkland shooter. I just feel the gun aspect is too huge to be ignored.
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Then tell your schoolmates to stop doing it.
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Our society rewards bullying. The POTUS is a bully, himself and we've seen evidence of this behavior many times from the way his companies treat small businesses in dealings to watching his personal interactions with other diplomats and even the way he shakes hands. So how do we stop this human tendency? We would have to overhaul our entire society (something I'm not against but not sure if it's possible).
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3 ups, 1 reply
The entire point of the second amendment and the no gun control side of the argument is that guns will defend you, while a sign saying that this is a gun free zone will not. Really, it's the right to not kill students.
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3 ups, 1 reply
You with a gun defends you. The difference between responsible gun owner and school shooter is the person. The problem is that we don't care about the mental health of anybody, but specifically gun owners. We need to know that someone with a gun won't use it for ill purposes, so let's focus on the mental health and criminal background of gun owners before selling them firearms.
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Or I miss and kill someone else, or I mistake a loved one for an intruder, or my child gets a hold of it, or it goes off when I'm cleaning it...

In this utopia of responsible gun ownership, you all only want to focus on certain aspects which shed a positive light while ignoring the ugly truths... like those that lead to mass shootings. People are inherently flawed and we've proven that we as a whole are not responsible enough to have these tools of war in the general populace. Sucks for you but it happens all the time that a few idiots ruin things for the rest of us.
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I'm not talking about a utopia where everybody is a responsible gun owner. For the top part, I'm fine with training being apart of getting a gun liscense. And the point of the positives is to counteract the negatives. Good guys with guns counteract bad guys with guns, however, there is nothing much we can do to take away the bad gun owners besides background checks and giving a f**k about mental health, so the positives need to be there to counteract the negatives.
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There are more car deaths than gun deaths. I don't think the country is responsible enough for those machines of death. Ban cars.

Or... accept that freedoms come with risks. I've been around guns since I was a baby and nobody shot me by accident. Heck, I didn't even shoot my self. Sometimes shit happens but for the vast majority of people who own guns they create a safer environment than if they had been weaponless.

I know it's hard to believe because the media blasts the opposite of what I'm going to tell you, but most people are responsible enough to own a gun.

Do you think you'd shoot your self while handling a weapon you knew was dangerous, or do you think you'd be cautious enough to survive your encounter with a firearm?
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0 ups, 1 reply
I'm not around them enough for an accident to happen. I'd like to think I would be responsible enough but people accidentally shoot themselves or someone else all the time.
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Here's some facts: In 2012 there were about 35,000 deaths due to "injury by firearm" in the entire US. Of those 35,000, only 550 were due to accidental discharge.

Only 550 died in the US due to accidental discharge of a firearm. That's just barely higher than the 450 people that die falling out of bed every year. You own a bed right?
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Unless there was a powerful bed lobby who was afraid of a slippery slope to banning all beds.
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Like those fertilizer lobbyists that were able to bankroll politicians into not having their product taken off the market after the Oklahoma City Bombing?

You're changing the subject. The point is guns are safe in the hands of responsible people.

Don't blame guns. A guy was able to destroy a lot of people's lives using dirt. It comes down to the person, not the tool.
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If I catch a fool breaking into my house my gun won't shoot them, I'm going to shoot them.
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8 ups, 3 replies
It's not the 2nd's fault. It's fears fault. Prevention is fine but not the only answer when it comes to safety in schools. Every school in the US needs to be able to respond to a shooting immediately and without having to wait for law enforcement. The 2nd makes our country unique and our schools need to adapt to facilitate our freedoms.

It's not really 'unreasonable' anyway. Metal detectors and see-through backpacks are great at keeping kids from bringing guns and knives to schools (not really) but they don't have any effect on the mass murder kids at all.

Real security in schools!
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Why must the entire country have to "adapt" so a few of us can continue playing with their gun collection? Kids are having to use see through backpacks because people don't want to limit access to guns. The rest of us have to lose our right to personal privacy so you can shoot stuff. How is that fair?
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Prevention, as it is, is good for keeping kids from just walking into schools with knives and handguns. Sort of... it still happens in every school every day, but the kids aren't doing it because they want to kill anyone. They just like having a pocket knife or something with them. Shoot, some girl dropped her backpack and her handgun went off and shot another kid just a few months ago. So much for that prevention.

Comparing a weapons ban to the inconvenience of see-through backpacks is ridiculous. Having to use a see through backpack is not a loss of privacy... kids just hide their goodies in those zip up binders and pencil holders anyway. I've subbed for a while, every month I would see kids showing off their sack of weed in those kinds of things.

You're saying you'd rather have a cool backpack than the ability to protect your freedom. That's dog shit stupid... like seriously... I hope you're just trolling me and don't actually think you have a valid point.

As for it being fair, what are you 8? Shit ain't fair kid. Besides, they're kids. They get told what to do. Bring a pencil to class, have a see-through backpack, tuck in your shirt, shave your face, and shorts no higher than three inches above the knee.
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4 ups, 2 replies
Fear? you mean like fear of loosing your wittle gun? you mean of having to buy groceries while shaking in your boots cause you dont have a gun with you? yea maybe you are right
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No, I mean that schools implement things like see-through backpacks and metal detectors because they're afraid a kid is going to go postal on them since they have no way to defend themselves or the children inside. The irony is that they don't do anything to stop mass murderers.

Things like that aren't really a violation of the 4th anyway. They don't invade anyone's space.
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Shooters don't go to school at the same time as everybody else. If they know that lunch is about to happen or something, they will go on over to the school with their gun and you know what happens next. A beeping tower isn't stopping any of that
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Exactly. No chance of even trying to squeeze through with the crowd, as if that wouldn't set off the detectors anyway. Less problems for security.

The alarm stops no one, it's an alarm. Good point also. The way fab Imgflip Militia Patrol won't be able to do zippo, unless Scotty gets the transporter back on line and travels back through time to pitch in.
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I'm fine with armed security outside. I'd honestly really like that, as long as we are still putting appropriate funding towards education.
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INSIDE.

As we just saw in Florida, the LICENSED ARMED TRAINED security guard ran outside and hid in the back, refusing to unlock the exits those 'attention seeking Soros hired leftard student actors' could have used to not get shot in the conspiracy to take AR-15s from gopher hunters.
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Because the 2 students smoking pot out back are already hidden behind the bushes.
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4 ups, 3 replies
well the truth is you are the one afraid if you think you need a gun. deal with it.
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3 ups, 1 reply
I gotta admit, that is pretty damn good!
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2 ups
Yeh I did too. He's pretty funny when he's not being a libtroll
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4 ups, 1 reply
Wow amazing counter point.

Since you took my advice and found some new templates (you're overdue for new ones btw) how about finding some new insults too?
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There is nothing wrong with fear, in and of itself. The important thing is how we react to fear. Proverbs 22:3 states that "The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and pay the penalty."

The world is a broken, dangerous place. Quite frankly, it is foolishness to give up your best bet at self-defense on the naive hope that the criminals will do the same.
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I don't agree that we're so far gone as a society that we can't change things. Saying "oh well if you can't beat em, join em" is the copout.

Besides, the second amendment isn't about criminals per se. It's about being able to pull off a coup d'etat on your government. We need to remember the difference.
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It is about the preservation and security of a free state. Criminals pose a threat to the free state.
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0 ups, 1 reply
But that's just an interpretation. Many NRA people are taking it literally to mean defending yourself from a tyrannical government. If it's ok to assign personal reasons to the second amendment then we should also be able to exclude reasons as well.

If you lived in an area where you had to use your gun frequently for personal safety, that would be one thing. But many gun owners are hunters or just enjoy shooting or collecting and are trying to hide behind personal safety or the second amendment because it sounds better. But the real feelings behind it are less admirable.
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0 ups
The problem seems to be a fundamental lack of reading comprehension skills.

Is EVERYONE on the two fake sides arguing this fake argument a bot fake?
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2 ups
(meant to be funny)
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6 ups, 1 reply
Very few people want their guns just for the sake of owning guns.

If you want to make a point, can you please do a quick favor for me, yourself, and everyone else by treating the debate seriously? We don't want to hurt you. We don't want more students to die. We don't want mass murder. On the contrary, myself and most pro-gun advocates are of the opinion that guns are the best option for preventing murder and other crimes.

Can you imagine a world where no criminals had to worry about being shot? Criminals prey on those weaker than themselves, and the advantage of firearms (which practically take physical strength out of the equation) can give the weak a chance to defend themselves against the strong.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Exactly. You can't expect some 90 year old lady to overpower some 300 pound steroid pumped monster high on meth with her own physical strength, that's insane. And by the time the cops arrive, she'll likely be dead. The value of guns and other personal defense weapons is that they are equalizers in these situations. You shouldn't have to ask permission from the government to defend yourself, to do otherwise is saying that you are government property, they own you. And if at any time your life and safety are in danger, it is your RIGHT to do whatever it takes to deal with that threat and defend yourself.
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1: Define assualt rifle, please.
2: people around her can, though.
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So what you are saying is that the only people that own "assault weapons" are terrorists and gangsters? Really laosinite?
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I'm sorry, but remember what I talked about about poeple not having perfect aim and therefore needing more than a bolt action?
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A shotgun WILL kill many, many people of fired in a public space. An AR-15 or other semiautomatic rifle, on the other hand, will not. I'm not talking about a person that needs a whole magazine just to land a shot; I'm just saying that the majority of the public cannot do it in one shot.
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4 ups
a handgun will do just fine
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4 ups
She can keep it by her bed.
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3 ups, 1 reply
No wonder you need a gun, you feel bullied. That's sad.
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5 ups, 2 replies
Actually I was referring to the statement the spokesgirl made about how the shooter in Florida had been bullied since middle school (including by her) and that they had no regrets. 100% certain he wouldn't have shot everyone if they hadn't done to him for so long. Those kids are kinda assholes.
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not all of them. Kyle Kashuv eventually got invited to the White House 'cause he tweeted he'd feel honored by a phone call of the President after some other kids rejected to speak to Donald Trump.

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upvote this nice guy under this link:
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2 ups, 2 replies
If you know what he thinks to the 100% degree, you need to be locked up according to the big balled dipshits ridiculing that child survivor featured in the meme.

No wonder these manly men need guns. Scared of a gawky kid that weighs a good, what, 68lbs?
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8 ups, 1 reply
We are all survivors of this shooting.

The only reason this shooting even took place is becaise the School board didn't do their job, the FBI didn't do their job, Sheriff Israel didn't do his job, and the cops who hid in the stairwell or waited outside until the shooting stopped didn't do their jobs. All these people' lack of action caused this tragedy, yet I hear no one going after these poeple, or institutions. Not to mention, cars kill more kids per year than guns.
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5 ups, 1 reply
way not to address what I said and attempt to attack me instead.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Do you find a problem with your own logic?
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3 ups
No, please explain.
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And I'll be honest, if guns were the only reason these shootings were happening. If getting rid of them all would magically make all the violence in the world stop, I'd gladly be among those saying get rid of them all. This is one issue I'd LOVE to be wrong about. But at the end of the day, I know that it's a more complicated issue than what many hardcore liberals are making it out to be. Some gun control measures like raising the age are a good idea[kinda hard to do a background check on someone with little to no background]. But new laws are far from a definitive solution, especially when existing laws aren't being followed and enforced. What we need, in addition to some reasonable gun control measures, is for our government and police to do a better job enforcing these laws as well as responding to threats and concerns when reported as well as not running and hiding when one of these monsters is rampaging. We need parents to do a better job raising their kids, teaching them to treat their classmates and other people as human beings, punishing them when they bully others, and teaching them to stand up for those being bullied instead of ignoring it or joining in. And we need our schools to be more proactive in dealing with bullies instead of ignoring them or making excuses for them and allowing them to continue acting like animals. It shouldn't matter how popular someone is, if she is a head cheerleader, if he is a star quarterback needed for winning the state championship, or they come from a rich or influential family. If someone bullies another person, the bully needs to be dealt with using a zero tolerance policy, and I say this as a victim of bullies who had to go through that Hell growing up and wouldn't wish that nightmare on anyone.
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You need to write an article or something, because that's one of the most intellectual and thoughtful comments I've ever read.
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3 ups
I see this dullard is back. Once again it brings more garbage from across the pond.
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As Pigeon Toby said on the Storks movie... How do you like me now?

I guess all the women who own guns for self defense are ignorant rednecks too. You hypocrites stand for way too many threatening issues to actually care about student lives.
If you support allowing in Islamic refugees you endanger American lives.
If you support the sale of alcohol you endanger American lives.
If you do not support increased boarder security you endanger American lives.
If you support faster speed limits you endanger American lives.
If you do not support the execution of mass shooters and rapists you endanger American lives.

You support other things that are more hazardous to American lives than the 2nd Amendment. To my knowledge there is no Constitutional Amendment that says we must allow in terrorists. But it is the left's idea and therefore considered "progressive". Haha! Progressive, give something a fancy name and all wrongs is erased.

Most of these anti gun nuts really do not care about student / American lives as much as they say. But for the sake of the media and all simpletons who can't put two and two together, keep pushing the narrative like you do care. It's rather hilarious to watch.
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