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Death&Taxes (talk|edits) said:

4 December 2013
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/04/us/one-man-lost-and-impaired-the-other-fearful-and-armed.html?hp&_r=0

Markb29 (talk|edits) said:

4 December 2013
is a sad story - all around.....

Gazoo (talk|edits) said:

6 December 2013
Who was the mentally impaired person here? He was the silly gunslinger with the gun. Shoot first, ask questions later. Quick Draw McGraw.

This is the gun as fad. The gun as "stand-in" for what it takes to be a real man. The gun as the only active part these men have, in other words, as stand-in virility, heroism and frankly for the penis itself.

The fad started and was bred in the Elephant Party, and it's still being bred there (along with all their other insane delusions). My only hope is that they will shoot each other until they finally realize how stupid it all is. Unfortunately, an innocent man got killed here by a John Wayne wannabe. All we can do is watch this play out nationwide, and hope that the gun nuts start killing each other: then it won't be such a backslapping topic of discussion at their conventions and other elephant gatherings.

I will note while I'm here that the great hope for the White Race that MANY here were defending but a few weeks ago is not turning out too well for our Elephant friends (of course I speak of Zimmerman)....as I predicted he would not. Come on Republicans, let's show some more love for Zimmerman like you were doing a few months ago! Your big hero of the week.

Markb29 (talk|edits) said:

6 December 2013
I respectfully disagree with everything Gazoo wrote above.

Harry Boscoe (talk|edits) said:

6 December 2013
Yes, it's a sad story, all around.

I am comforted only by knowing that I won't be the shooter, because I don't have a gun in my home. I might become the dead man, but that would be because somebody else has a gun in his home.

Very sad, all around.

Snowbird (talk|edits) said:

7 December 2013
Crow ... did you miss one of your treatments ... where is Mrs Crow with the frying pan? Actually, it is a Republican conspiracy to become the majority party. It ain't Republicans killing each other in record numbers in Chicago, LA, etc ... solid Democrat cities. If the Democrats handled gun like the Republicans, there would be few gun deaths. Proof is that NYT had to go to Georgia to get this type of article and probably ignored many shooting in solid Democrat areas of NYC.

Now if your argument is that no one should have guns to keep the Democrats from killing each other or prevent the few tragedies as in Georgia, that maybe a different objective. You could argue that no one needs cars because of the fools who drink and drive, text while driving, speed, etc or because of the tragedy of children being backed over. (We could all ride your famous public transportation.) After all, traffic deaths exceed gun deaths. BTW, 62% of gun deaths are suicides. Traffic deaths have declined due to safer vehicles, restricted privileges for young drivers and seat-belt and other laws ... not because of a restriction on many or types of cars that you can own.

Crow, time for a treatment ...

ps: I own a gun (sort of) it is an antique and as not been fired in 50 years. But, I do have a can of pepper spray by the door and take it with me walking in case of dogs.

Gazoo (talk|edits) said:

4 January 2014
The sad thing about the modern world is that there are few chances for a man to be a hero. Pablo Neruda said this is why the moderne had trouble falling asleep. As usual, Neruda was right.

It is sad that a group of half-men in this country have replaced true manhood with a gun fetish. These half-men think they can replace what they have given away with an object that shoots bullets. Manhood must be reintegrated INSIDE the man....not made into an object of "concealed carry". Just another object;another consumer good outside the self. I asked a Republican friend of mine recently why he went to so many gun shows. He said it was because men could show him theirs, and he could show them his.

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