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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by snerd, Jul 22, 2012.
I left George Costanza there because nobody knows his real name.
Too bad, I always enjoyed his work.
He can join the others on my boycott list.
I got a short statement: F' im ...
And I 2nd that
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Just ask him what "well regulated" meant in the vernacular circa1776.
It's nice to know we can always rely on Hollywood to fan the flames rather than actually offer solutions.
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...And the motion passes unanimously.
I'm probably the only GlockTalk member who didn't know who George Costanza was. Had to look him up.
no....no, you're not.
Nope, I had to look too. But after pic and seeing who he was I wont miss not supporting him anyway.
The Right to Bear Arms isn't a right to murder. No more Seinfeld for me.
Is he still short, fat and bald?
That's funny I dint think that's how MY fore fathers meant for the second amendment to be interpreted. Hmm.
He won a contest.
Nice. Love Hollywood. Actors and actresses who make violent movies cash their checks and publicly speak about violence and guns.
Just wait until the airing of grievances this coming Festivus.
Can we buy bazooka's and tanks? If not, why not? Should we be able to?
Seems that's where his logic falls down.
Serenity now! Serenity now!
"100,000 incidents of death or injury with guns per annum" seems like a really high number but I've only looked at a few different sources. Maybe I need to take the numbers from all the sources I've looked at and add them together so I see the whole picture.
Everything I read still lists heart disease as the number killer in this country. When was the last time Hollywood took a stand against heart disease. I've got heart disease on both sides of my family so statistically I'm more likely to die from that than being shot.
I guess heart disease isn't sensational enough for Hollywood to care about. So what about car crashes. Car crashes still claim more lives each year than guns. Shall we ban cars? (I won't give up my truck any sooner than I'll give up my guns.) And plane crashes kill hundred of people at a time so we'll need to get rid of airplane travel too. Trains can derail and kill people so that's out.