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#1188 - Zentria (04/22/2013) [-]
How often do kids choke on guns?
How often do kids choke on guns?
#1192 to #1188 - HeartOfTheDL ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Everyday.
User avatar #1248 to #1188 - neokun ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
More aimed at GETTING SHOT THE **** UP rather than choking on it...
User avatar #851 - landerp (04/22/2013) [-]
guy shoots up an elementary school, blame the guns.
guy blows up the boston marathon, blame the guy.
guns are to blame for violence the same way spoons are to blame for fat people
or in this case, kinder chocolate eggs.
#820 - kashin (04/22/2013) [-]
You're all focusing on the wrong thing here. The point is that Kinder eggs are delicious.
#797 - pebar (04/22/2013) [-]
Dumbass kid has her finger on the trigger. These anti gun people preach about protecting kids but they ignore basic gun safety.
Dumbass kid has her finger on the trigger. These anti gun people preach about protecting kids but they ignore basic gun safety.
#821 to #797 - SrslyWtf (04/22/2013) [-]
Your point was stupid... But the gif deserved a thumb.
User avatar #815 to #797 - bronybox (04/22/2013) [-]
It's probably not a real rifle anyway.
#264 - roliga (04/21/2013) [-]
HERE WE GO

Both things are perfectly fine for civilian ownership as long as people aren't ******* retards!

Don't put your child on a ******* Kinder Egg only diet

Don't leave your gun safe unlocked. Don't have a safe? **** you no safe fag go get a safe.

User avatar #279 to #264 - IamTROGDOR (04/21/2013) [-]
Kids were choking on the toys like retards, that's why they banned it.
User avatar #905 to #900 - corundum (04/22/2013) [-]
did... did you make that?
User avatar #908 to #905 - Busterdash (04/22/2013) [-]
I did.
#933 to #900 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/22/2013) [-]
"You think this is a ******* game?"
#911 to #900 - ditzyderpydoo **User deleted account** (04/22/2013) [-]
'Murica
#909 to #900 - pebar (04/22/2013) [-]
just don't let the libtards see it or they'll go *******
#35 - snoboardkid (04/21/2013) [-]
Bomber sets off a bomb and kills people, we blame the bomber.
Drunk driver crashes his car into someone, we blame the driver.
A person shoots another person with a gun, we blame the gun?

#408 to #35 - jokerbit (04/22/2013) [-]
Who know's it might be a douche of a gun
#38 to #35 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/21/2013) [-]
No, you ******** . We blame the person with the gun, and we're pissed about the fact that a person like that can get their hands on a gun.
#40 to #38 - snoboardkid (04/21/2013) [-]
Most shootings are done with illegally owned guns. Gun laws only prevent people from getting gun legally. That's like saying that if we make weed illegal it will stop people from smoking it.
User avatar #68 to #40 - cullenatorguy (04/21/2013) [-]
WRONG.

Most guns used in mass shootings are obtained legally.

America and its government are trying to stop mass shootings, not all shootings. To end all shootings, gang violence would have to be ended, which our lazy ass government is too stupid to fix.

www.motherjones.com/politics/2012/07/mass-shootings-map
#967 to #68 - cabbagemayhem (04/22/2013) [-]
Is that what they're trying to do? Because all available research shows that gun control increases violent crime. What an odd way to go about it.
User avatar #980 to #967 - cullenatorguy (04/22/2013) [-]
Large cities where gun control is in place have large amounts of violent crimes. States with high gun control have lower amounts of violent crime. It's kind of a trade off, I guess.
#1306 to #980 - cabbagemayhem (04/23/2013) [-]
That is not true at all. I think you should start citing sources before making anymore assertions.
#1324 to #1321 - cabbagemayhem (04/24/2013) [-]
Thank you.

1 & 2: Irrational arguments and bad or no sources; I can't believe you are still posting these.
3: I don't see relevance.
4: Not a reliable source for making controversial assertions.

5: This is the only source you should have made me read. The study identifies a correlation between gun laws and gun related violence. This is already known. This does not imply a correlation between gun control and violent crime. This is secondary to the well-known studies that do show an inverse correlation between gun laws and violent crime.

I am sorry for Sandy Hook, and for people's fear of guns, but gun control is no solution at all.
User avatar #1328 to #1324 - cullenatorguy (04/24/2013) [-]
I'm not saying it is. It's ******* stupid.
I provided sources that could possibly have any relevance at all to only back up my claim that states with higher gun laws have less gun violence. It's obvious that cities have more gun violence, that doesn't even need a source.

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User avatar #53 to #40 - Endofzeeworld (04/21/2013) [-]
Can you get me the source for what you said about gun crimes being performed with illegally owned guns?
#43 to #40 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/21/2013) [-]
It won't stop it but it'll help us better keep track of them, as well as reduce the number of them in the populace. Adam Lanza, the Sandy Hook guy, used legally owned guns that he stole from his mom. If restrictions on gun purchases were made a bit tighter, then there would be less of a problem, although the problem is always going to be there.
#62 to #43 - therealslim (04/21/2013) [-]
He had the assault rifle bushmaster .223 rifle in his cars trunk he never took it inside The only thing that makes the ar-15 and the bushmaster truly similar is the same type of military design and the .223 round
he used I believe it said 2 pistols but there may have been a total of 4 guns in the school or something along those lines
www.ijreview.com/2013/01/30208-nbc-admits-no-assault-rifle-used-in-newtown-shooting/
Next on the order of business the sandy hook shooting you so blatantly referenced Blaming an ar15(should that be what you were referencing) for the shooting when he used pistols is something I am not surprised the media would do But I hope someone would be more informed then from what the mainstream media says
But that argument is for If you were in fact hinting too the bushman being the problem

My next point being that making gun control tighter
I live in the country and They arent taking my guns that as simple as that
but making them harder to buy legally isnt really going to stop major crimes
If someone up and decides to themselves Im going to go on a shooting rampage at that building legality is no longer an issue because I know several people who sell guns for under 500$ no paperwork no serials no trace except word of mouth and the stricter gun laws arent really hurting him Because everyone knows making something illegal keeps it off the streets take a look at meth you cant find that anywhere


TL:DR
Making something illegal wont stop it from being in the hands of those who shouldnt have it
#326 to #43 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/21/2013) [-]
It was the mother's fault for not keeping her guns secure from her (obviously ****** up) kid, you ******** .
User avatar #802 to #43 - fredthemilkman (04/22/2013) [-]
"legally owned guns he stole from his mom"
I guess I legally own a car that i stole.
User avatar #737 to #43 - TastyBurger (04/22/2013) [-]
>Legally owned.
>Stole it.

Pick one.
#39 to #38 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/21/2013) [-]
Guns aren't evil, but your stupid ******* country has proven time and time again it can't handle them responsibly.
User avatar #194 to #35 - spunkymcblacka (04/21/2013) [-]
But cars are actually useful, do you really need to own a gun.
Im from the UK and I have never felt the need to own a gun
#955 to #194 - cabbagemayhem (04/22/2013) [-]
Yes. It's not exactly a need you feel until it's too late.
#66 to #35 - derpyderpderp (04/21/2013) [-]
We blame the bomb AND the bomber. We condemn the bomb just as much as the bomber but bombs are that prevalent in our society as guns are.
A car wasn't made to kill. It is the action of the driver who turns it into a deadly weapon.
Gun's are made to kill. They have no other purpose but too kill.
User avatar #334 to #35 - dapianoman (04/21/2013) [-]
yeah cause it's not like bombs and drunk driving are illegal and it's not like we arrest the shooter, right?
#177 to #35 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/21/2013) [-]
I am sick and tired of this argument. First of all, no one ever blames specifically the gun, and secondly, you are comparing two things that are illegal in this country with one that isn't. Perhaps we should make drunk driving legal because people are just going to do it anyway.
User avatar #175 to #35 - jinjo (04/21/2013) [-]
Newtown, stolen from his mother who was irresbonsible aas **** with her weapons.

Most mass shootings are done with high-capacity/semi-auto/ blah blah blah etc.

Those are the restrictions they're trying to make, they aren't trying to ban guns, they're trying to keep a lid on things that you can clear a room full of people with in under a minute.
User avatar #138 to #35 - rifee (04/21/2013) [-]
noone blames guns... (well some retards somwehere probably does it)

They don't sell pre-made bombs either, but that's not because we blame the bombs:P
#1133 to #35 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/22/2013) [-]
Dumb little fat **** swallows an entire kinder egg whole and chokes on it and we blame the toy?
#1116 to #35 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/22/2013) [-]
Guns have no other purpose than to kill, stupid ass American's need to learn that... The best defense is not a good offense..
User avatar #678 to #35 - lordmoldywart (04/22/2013) [-]
The amount of stupidity in your post hurts my brain
User avatar #327 to #35 - Johnsfer ONLINE (04/21/2013) [-]
No, people blame Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, Starcraft, the fact that they can even get guns and people from the middle east.
#318 to #35 - sirofminorclass (04/21/2013) [-]
They blame the salesperson that sold the gun to the shooter.
User avatar #975 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
Here's an idea.

Un-ban everything and in 100 years time, the stupid ones will be gone.
#981 to #975 - shugudugs (04/22/2013) [-]
Second this.
User avatar #1026 to #981 - paradoxofnight (04/22/2013) [-]
so you want more people to ride bears? I happen to agree. it should be a national sport.
#1240 to #975 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
What did you pledge?

To turn into ******* Rambo and throw over the goverment with a bit of help?

Also, what are you on about?

0,9 in my country versus USA with a 4.8 score.
#1259 to #1240 - teranin ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Please, don't hate me for this response, because I'm not in favor of complete de-regulation of guns, but this snapshot of a previous comment of mine is the explanation for why Americans are not in favor of regulation on firearms, and it is accurate.

Furthermore, as to guns being legal being an explanation for gun crime, you need only look to canada, where they have more guns per capita than the states, and less gun crime per capita than the states. Our issue is mental health and theocratic indoctrination, not the presence of guns themselves.
User avatar #1263 to #1259 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Then stop giving psychopaths guns damn it? It's not that hard. It's way harder to prevent mental conditions than to simply just make guns illegal without any special certifications.

If you put cultural things higher than the lives of innocent people, there's seriously something wrong with you.

Pretty sure I already explained the "goverment overthrowing" **** in the other posts. Pretty sure I said that America is far past that point.

You're allowed to change original things. Democracy man.
#1270 to #1263 - teranin ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Yes, your point does have it's merits, but there are problems with it, firstly the implication that america is "far past" the point of government being overthrowable. Citizens overthrowing our government would actually be fairly easy due to how our government itself is organized, but only if public opinion actually ran counter to that gov'ts rule (which has not occured). Also, you are indeed correct that amendments in the constitution can be changed, but this one is a really touchy subject with us, as is explained in the image I posted. It may be only supportable with logical fallacies at this point, but the issue there is that not all logical fallacies are invariably incorrect, they are simply imperfect.

Now, of course, our government is not making peaceful revolution impossible, and peaceful discourse can certainly happen, along with our short term times on members of the gov't other than the supreme court. That was an intrinsic part of our government's design to hopefully withstand the test of time and not need to be violently overthrown, but the day may come when our government makes such peaceful revolution impossible, and on that day every patriot in this country is going to want their guns.

Here's a fun question for you to think on, why does it bother you so much that we want to keep our guns? You're not griping about the fact that we can eat cheeseburgers (hell, practically no-one is) and yet heart disease is the number 1 killer of Americans. Heart disease is mostly preventable with a healthy diet and exercise, as well as regular medical checkups. In my mind, our country's focus should be on correcting these issues, due to their far more devastating nature.
User avatar #1277 to #1270 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
So basically, you're agreeing there.

Why would you need revolution? All these conspiracy things "The goverment will overthrow us" is stupid paranoya from the old times. Get. Over. It.

It does because innocent people are victims so you can have guns in your drawers. Tragedies happen constantly. Tragedies that shouldn't happen at all, no matter the quantity. How many school-shootings so far? Three? Three too many.

See, I'm not complaining about your god damn stupid burgers because you're not the one killing another human being with the god damn burger. You can't go on a killing-spree with burgers. It's YOUR OWN fault that you die from not taking care of your health. No one elses. You can't take away any other innocent bystanders life just like that.
#1282 to #1277 - teranin ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
To a degree, yes

Revolution is not about conspiracy, it speaks to the very core of what it means to be a citizen in this country. All citizens have a responsiblity in this country to preserve the values of democracy, and stand against tyranny, so if the day were to come when the government stripped rights away that the majority of america was not willing to accept, revolution is simply what will happen, so long as we retain our weapons. But again, that would only happen were the ability to engage in peaceful change taken away for the majority of americans by our government. Conspiracy theories do not drive this concept, most of us simply bear witness to actual facts, like the fact that more than 50% of america want legalized weed but less than 3% of congress does (that's a ******* problem). Now, does that mean we're gonna march on washington with guns? No. But we do like having the option.

I feel like this quote from Ben Franklin sums up my position on your third statement. "Those who would trade in their freedom for their protection deserve neither"

As for your 4th point, children will want what is advertised to them, and corporations advertise incredibly unhealthy foods to children in this country. Our childhood obesity rate is some of the most depressing **** I've ever seen, and it is still caused by choices made by the parents that gradually kill their children and themselves, fueled by a sick marketing campaign engineered simply to make money. How is that not intrinsically evil? Children are not empowered to make choices for themselves, so parents are murdering their own children because of lazyness and comfort, how does any part of that not fill you with abject disgust?
User avatar #1287 to #1282 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
I find it funny how that guy made content where he changed my words.
www.funnyjunk.com/text/4552101/you+sick+fuck/
User avatar #1285 to #1282 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Tell me, do you see the need for us here to have guns? Are you even demcroatic over there if you're so ******* afraid of it? The majority decides, simple as that.

Children want what is advertised, of course. Your job as a parent is to ******* not allow them to eat it constantly. Obese children often comes from obese parents. Parents that can't even control their own ******* diet.

Food isn't made solely for killing. Guns were. They gradually kill you if you eat a lot over a long time, otherwise it doesn't. At least there's a chance for you to do something against the obesity and still having the food legal, contrary to having guns legal.
#1288 to #1285 - teranin ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
In response to the first statement, our government is a representative democracy, I.E. a republic, and whenever the few represent the many the risk for non-majority determined decisions becomes quite well defined. You need only reference my earlier response to see what I mean. Also, we foolishly left one man in complete control of our military in the way we organized this country, which can lead to a world of problems.

Yes, I agree that the parents are responsible... that's pretty much what I said. Cool we agree.

I agree that food isn't made solely for killing, however it is made (in this case, since we are talking about "fast food") solely to turn a profit through manipulation of human nature, and while the choice still remains with the person, they still do everything they can to draw you to their product which will slowly kill you. Our country wised up about cigarettes, why the **** can't we wise up about food in the same way. Furthermore, there's a chance against a crazy gunman killing people, too, which would be you also having a gun and knowing how to use it/being capable of using it. If the law were ever to restrict gun ownership too severely, (which I personally don't think it does enough), the only people you would take the guns from are people who might be able to make a difference, because as it turns out criminals don't give a **** about gun laws. Also, were you aware that we have more than twice as many suicides as murders with guns in this country? Is your issue with gun ownership itself, or with the idea of people robbing others of their ability to self-determinate? Because I'm totally against murder, all the way, but I'm not about to say we should ban knives or baseball bats or any number of other weapons that make killing people easier, because in the end those bans take away more self-determination than the freedom to have those items would have from their potential for misuse.
User avatar #1290 to #1288 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
So, basically. Your goverment is so **** that you can't feel safe without guns because you will totally overthrow the goverment and their millitary advantage against you if they say something you don't like. Because they will totally attack you all?

So, your point being with the question was?... Obviously it did not support your arguments for guns at all.

You know what? TL;DR have fun with your amazing amount of stupid people who kill innocent people. I'll just relax here with minimum shootings and gun homicides
#1291 to #1290 - teranin ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Well to be fair we think that all governments are that 						****					, it's how we are taught from a young age, by our own government oddly enough.  The government cannot deploy our expeditionary military forces (Army, Navy, Airforce) into combat on our own soil except against foreign threats,  and most national guard troops are individual state militias not under the control of our federal government.  As I said, it would be VERY easy.   
   
Parents are responsible for killing their children, and your main gripe seemed to be people dying without the power to make their own choice about whether or not they should die. I would think children being gradually murdered by their parents would touch the same nerve as guns.   
   
Fair enough, after all if you don't live here it's not really an issue you have to deal with.  I enjoyed our debate.
Well to be fair we think that all governments are that **** , it's how we are taught from a young age, by our own government oddly enough. The government cannot deploy our expeditionary military forces (Army, Navy, Airforce) into combat on our own soil except against foreign threats, and most national guard troops are individual state militias not under the control of our federal government. As I said, it would be VERY easy.

Parents are responsible for killing their children, and your main gripe seemed to be people dying without the power to make their own choice about whether or not they should die. I would think children being gradually murdered by their parents would touch the same nerve as guns.

Fair enough, after all if you don't live here it's not really an issue you have to deal with. I enjoyed our debate.
User avatar #1296 to #1291 - numbersixtyseven **User deleted account** (04/22/2013) [-]
Actually, I like my government. Then again, I'm from a socialist European state, and European culture - as diverse as it is amongst their own states - is completely different from the American culture.

Drawing parallels with Amercans overthrowing the British; my people have overthrown the Spanish on our soil. Yet our populace doesn't have the same stance towards guns as Americans. Quite the opposite, actually. Mind giving me your view on this difference? Especially since I find it hard to put my finger on where these completely different stances come from.

Btw, I'm pro gun control.
User avatar #1292 to #1291 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Rather have a safe **** government than an unsafe **** government. I don't think they care about deploying millitary on their own soil if they are going to have a goddamn warn against their own people.

My main point was that other people can so easily take away others. It's far harder to kill your child from obesity than just shooting, don't you agree? Also they aren't of the same concept, so it doesn't really apply to the argument.

I would go more into depth, but my head hurts because ********* at my school insisted on playing the piano the worst way possible. Hammering the keys in without any rhythmic structure what so ever. Just pure annoying noise.

Also loud-voice typical annoying bitch. My eardrums are almost ripped open as of now.
#1293 to #1292 - teranin ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Honestly if you were to categorize my political beliefs I would be an intellectual oligarchist, but failing that (since such a government has only ever been hypothesized) I'm pretty much for as much freedom from government influence as possible, since without brains being compulsory at the helm of any nation I would rather trust that nation with as little power over me as possible.

It's not entirely unrelated, but you aren't really taking it the same way I do and we're ending the debate for now anyway so I'll just drop it.

That all sounds like it sucks, a lot. Feel better.
User avatar #1243 to #1240 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
first off, way to reply to the wrong comment, asshat. second, congrats on being a nazi.

srry i got the staistics wrong, i assumed your debate skills were reflected by your general frenchiness.

as for the pledge? to defend my nation, its people, and its constitution against all enemies, both foreign and domestic, no matter the cost. To give my life in defense of what is right and good and true.
User avatar #1244 to #1243 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
There's a comment limit you ******* . How the **** am I a nazi?

I'm not even french.

Your nation has nothing to do with your goverment or what? You're basically defending your goverment, are you not?

******* typical amercunt ******** .

Welp, have fun murdering innocent people or people in general or just witnessing constant murders of innocent people while I can safely go to school without worrying about a child having ******* bombs and automatic rifles in school.

The statistics obviously point towards that your laws are ******* stupid and everyone knows it.

Freaking gun-nut trying to justify murdering people.
User avatar #1247 to #1244 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
www.spiegel.de/international/germany/prohibition-debate-the-far-right-thr eat-to-germany-s-democracy-a-815242.html

sorry you assumed i was a nutcase for being american. so you're a nazi for being german. and frenchiness means you're a coward with no fight.

also i dont defend the government, the government did not pay me, the american people did. I worked for them.
User avatar #1251 to #1247 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
I'm not even german, lol.

I'm not assuming you're a nutcase for being american. I am literally witnessing your stupid arguments. You're really trying to justify it. A neutral american or one who's against guns wouldn't do that.

What exactly does the goverment do then? Do they just threaten you by saying they will have a war against you?

You're so ******* stupid it hurts..
User avatar #1255 to #1251 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
then you lied. only germany has a 0.9 rating in crime per capita.

when run properly, the government relays the interests of the people.

and at least i know how to do research on what i'm ******* talking about.
i have even cited source on what i'm saying, all you have done is insult, and attempt to undermine every word.
User avatar #1257 to #1255 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
No, I did not lie. It's murder rates.
If we look at total crimes, USA clearly also has more than any other country.
www.nationmaster.com/graph/cri_tot_cri-crime-total-crimes

Where the hell does it say anything about crime rate per capita there anyways?

At least, no you don't. "The far right".

Seems like a damn subjective site for information to me. Definitely not a reliable link for information.

I have too. You're the one who started off with the insult.

Jesus christ, you sure don't make it hard to create a nice stereotypical look upon america, now do you?
User avatar #1260 to #1257 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
i cited sources, remained calm, placed a logical debate. And I'm not American. You only assumed as much.

For the record, I'm Swiss. Everyone here has a gun. We are in the military from the time we are 18. every one of us has a duty to homeland defense. and we are also expected to take the government by force in the case of corruption.

also to get per capita, you divde the total crimes by the number of people in the last census. in 2010 the USA had 300,000,000 people, give or take. i'll even round up so you can folow so 12,000,000 crimes per year divided by 300,000,000 people is 0.04.

a per capita crime rate of 0.04

math. learn it.
User avatar #1266 to #1260 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Yeah, me too. No you did not. I did that too. Yeah, just like you assumed so much else.

That's great and all about the crime per capita, but you do realize that you can easily commit crimes without any guns, right?
Learn to logic you hypocrite.
User avatar #1267 to #1266 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
then why are you only arguing about guns?
User avatar #1271 to #1267 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Uhm, because that's the topic here?
User avatar #1272 to #1271 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
no it isnt. I said unban everything. you took offense and norrowed it to guns.

either way. I am bored with you. go away.
User avatar #1279 to #1272 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
You said un-ban everything. I was talking about guns.

No, I'll just wait and witness your stupidity.
User avatar #1249 to #1247 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
and its about principle, not law. if the system corrupts and intends harm on its people, the people have a right to revolt. Not that it matters to a man from a country that allows dictators to simply roll in and take over.
User avatar #1254 to #1249 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
I don't.
Law is there for a reason and we agree to the laws. Democracy bitch.

If the system is corrupt, then do something against it with your stupid guns you idiot.

Otherwise, shut the **** up about the system being corrupt and intending to harm you.
User avatar #1256 to #1254 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
action for action. i will act when they do. pre-emptive strike is the reason we are in the mess we are in.
User avatar #1258 to #1256 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
"When they do"

They are doing it right now according to you.

Do something.
User avatar #1261 to #1258 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
are they shooting at me? hmm. i didnt notice.
User avatar #1268 to #1261 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
You only need them to shoot at you?

They can overthrow you all they want then? Like they apparently are doing right now?

I see no reason for the goverment to do **** against you if you will only attack if they fire at you.
User avatar #1269 to #1268 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
action for action. they take away free speech, i speak louder. They tell me what i can watch, i watch what is forbidden if i please. i will not open fire unless fired upon. taking pre-emptive action is why europe and the united states are in the wars they are in now.
User avatar #1274 to #1269 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
"I will watch child pornnography because it's forbidden".

DAT LOGIC. You really think they will take away what the country stands for, being free?

That statement is pretty damn subjective and it has no relevance to the discussion about guns.
User avatar #1275 to #1274 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
child pornography? really? you're a sick ****** .

But that goes back to the destruction of you undesirable idiots.
User avatar #1280 to #1275 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
i was referring to media censorship. you let out the freudian sip.

now everyone knows you watch child porn.
User avatar #1278 to #1275 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
No, you're the sick ****** here.
"They tell me what I can watch, I watch what is forbidden if I please!"
"They tell me what I can watch, I watch what is forbidden if I please!"
"They tell me what I can watch, I watch what is forbidden if I please!"
"They tell me what I can watch, I watch what is forbidden if I please!"
"They tell me what I can watch, I watch what is forbidden if I please!"
"They tell me what I can watch, I watch what is forbidden if I please!"
User avatar #1006 to #975 - trolllingthunder (04/22/2013) [-]
Actually, the entire planet will, but i like your thinking.
User avatar #1009 to #1006 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
I could go either way.
User avatar #1039 to #975 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Including the innocent.
User avatar #1049 to #1039 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
the innocent die every day regardless of our approval.
User avatar #1062 to #1049 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Yeah, but not in the same quantity.

For example: If they un-banned everything, there could be more school-shootings much more easy.
User avatar #1070 to #1062 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
not when teachers and other students have defences of thier own.
User avatar #1080 to #1070 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Hahaha, you honestly think that would help?

A teacher shooting a kid? That'd be tragic for not only the students, but also the teacher. What makes you think that stops a kid with an automatic rifle vs a teacher with a gun?

Oh, by the way. Pretty sure the school shooters in columbine had planted home-made bombs around the school.
User avatar #1086 to #1080 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
do you remeber how the cold war remained cold?
the threat of possible retalliation made both sides reconsider militant action. It was a perfect excercise in human behavior. If one knows that there is a chance of being fired back upon if he takes action, what (other than insanity) would motivate said action?

besides, anyone willing to take a life in cold blood deserves retaliation, and just because you shoot a person doesn't mean you've killed them.
User avatar #1123 to #1086 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
You honestly think someone with the intend of killing people, then killing himself after the shooting will be threatened by that? That's funny. Besides, we're talking about nuclear weapons here, are we not? Yes. Let's take other wars. They know they'll fire back with normal weapons, yet they let them shoot eachother.

but you've hurt them badly, what's your point with that statement?
User avatar #1224 to #1123 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
fear of death is a great motivator is my point.
human psychology 101
User avatar #1225 to #1224 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Not against those who do not fear it.

Is my point.
User avatar #1226 to #1225 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
then let them die
User avatar #1227 to #1226 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Together with the innocent?

Seems fair.
User avatar #1228 to #1227 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
as i say, the innocent die everyday anyway. tragdy? yes. But consider ther alternative. One by one the government will take a little more freedom, eventually the people will fight it. a new war starts and the government takes up arms against its own. if you are against them, you will be killed, along with your families. How many more innocents will die that day?
User avatar #1229 to #1228 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Basically, it's okay for MORE people to die because SOME people die everyday?

Flawless logic. Stop trying to justify your stupidity and gun-laws.

Meanwhile, I'll be in a safe country without weapons for everyone.
User avatar #1230 to #1229 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
and when the government turns on its people (and it will) whowill protect you?
User avatar #1232 to #1230 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
What kind of ******* stupid goverment do you have?

Who the **** will protect you against the government anyways? Yourself? They'll probably have all the advantages in regards of ******* millitary and be far better equipped than you.

The government turning on you is just an old phobia from the wars in America. It's long gone. Over. Get over it.

It was like that in europe too. We don't need any freaking guns here where I am.
User avatar #1233 to #1232 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
never underestimate the resolve of everyday people when lives are at stake.

and the government turning on people happens every ******* day.
It starts with the guns, then they send away all the jobs, then they raise taxes on the poor, the rich will own everything, then when the protests start, the censor your rights to free speech, all in the name of security.

every. ******* . day.

The government is not your friend.
User avatar #1234 to #1233 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
If they do it every ******* day, why haven't you done anything like you said you would with your ******* guns?
User avatar #1236 to #1234 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
because they haven't done it to me.

yet.

I already served the people, it's time to focus on myself and my family.
User avatar #1238 to #1236 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
"Yet".

Conspiracy retards.

Well, have fun with the constant amount of murders and tragedies over there.

I'll just sit here where the worst shooting worth putting in the news is a bunch of rockers against immigrants shooting. Either hitting a public window or such without any major damages. Like a life lost.

But now that we're at it.

Do tell me when the "yet" time comes. What do you intend to do with your gun?
User avatar #1239 to #1238 - davidispissed (04/22/2013) [-]
exactly what i pledged to do 6 years ago.

oh and without guns, you still have more crime per capita than we do.
User avatar #1303 to #1232 - newprinny ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Many Americans are taught from very young ages to distrust their government entirely, dood. This breeds an intense paranoia that men in black suits and ties have camera feeds in our bathrooms and record all our phone calls(exaggerating a bit, of course), as well as the idea that we need guns to protect us from the apparent inevitability. Considering we're a country born from a distrust of government, this isn't all that surprising, but it obviously doesn't excuse it, dood. It's obvious to anyone with eyes that America needs some kind of limit on the availability of guns, but with a huge portion of America being paranoid idiots, that makes it hard.
User avatar #1304 to #1303 - tylosaurus ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Glad somebody can see it and doesn't just want to justify having guns because they like to just have them.
#1076 - bazda (04/22/2013) [-]
Banning guns protects kids? How are those gun-free zones working for you?
#1084 to #1076 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/22/2013) [-]
About as good as those demilitarized zones...
#840 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/22/2013) [-]
The real tragedy here is that there is a blackboard in the background. The chalk dust has been known to trigger asthma attacks. Should be replaced by a whiteboard immediatly!
#832 - ARandomSpoon (04/22/2013) [-]
That bitch has terrible trigger safety.
User avatar #857 to #832 - ShadeElement (04/22/2013) [-]
You sir are a genius.
In one simple sentence you have both made me laugh, and pointed out that people who are opposed to firearms are utterly ignorant about them.

I salute you.
#1308 to #857 - ARandomSpoon (04/23/2013) [-]
I'm glad brother :D I'm here to make you laugh :D
User avatar #748 - PhuckingPhreak (04/22/2013) [-]
i like how her fingers on the trigger and the magazine is in and the breach isnt open, and i bet $100 shes pointing that rifle at a camera man, this is what happends when you know some idiot made this add
User avatar #615 - holywarstpd (04/22/2013) [-]
Where did "MomsDemandAction.org" get an AR-15?

Oh and just a quick tidbit for the uninformed ********* , the AR in AR-15 DOES NOT STAND FOR ASSAULT RIFLE.
#617 to #615 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/22/2013) [-]
Armalite lel
User avatar #623 to #617 - holywarstpd (04/22/2013) [-]
See? Even an angry black man knows that.
User avatar #509 - mrmuffins (04/22/2013) [-]
Finger off the trigger until ready to shoot!

User avatar #270 - lightninghedgehog (04/21/2013) [-]
dat trigger discipline.....
User avatar #261 - krasnogvardiech (04/21/2013) [-]
Bad stance
No trigger discipline
Rifle's stock is too big for a child to comfortably use
Most likely a paintball or BB gun

4/10. Would not take to firing range.
User avatar #23 - mynameislego (04/21/2013) [-]
Have fun yelling Freeze! and pointing a Kinder Chocolate Egg at the individual/s that break into your homes.
User avatar #640 - talosknight (04/22/2013) [-]
I would like to say something on this:

I'm a Canadian. There are gun restrictions here. You know what it's lead to? A man had five men break into his house in the middle of the night, armed with baseball bats and knives. They planned to beat the **** out of him and rob him. They didn't have guns, they had **** you can buy at the grocery store. He defended his life with his firearms, and had his license taken away was thrown in jail for murdering three of the bastards. Point is, if you want a weapon, you can find a weapon. I bet I can kill half you ********** with a spoon, should I put my mind to it.

Furthermore, I own a 77' Ford F-250. That thing is a tank. If I wanted to, I could wait until recess, and drive through a school playground, and murder three to fours times the number of people a kid can with an automatic rifle. Hell, if I cleaned it off after, with the amount of dents on it already, no cop would ever know.


My point is, its not gun control that's the issue. Its your social system. And not even the poor vs rich ******** liberals go on about, its they fact you make every person who kills a few people into a known name. You plaster their face everywhere. So when some kid is depressed, they go "Huh, my life sucks, I want attention. Maybe I go shoot up my high school, then everyone will pay attention to me." They do something so horrific, and BAM! Face, everywhere. Every household knows their name. Your country's people are broken America. Your people are weak and turn to the easiest option, rather than fighting for something logical. You could be building a good healthcare system, instead you waste tax payers money over gun ownership, and denying gay Rights. Your country disgusts me, and I am ashamed to know we rely on you, even partially, for trade.
User avatar #716 to #640 - PhuckingPhreak (04/22/2013) [-]
im american,avid range shooter, i agree at everything you just said, thank you for your time.
User avatar #616 - durkadurka ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Here's an idea: Instead of freaking out on kids whenever they do something that suggests guns, we teach them what these weapons do and how to safely handle them.

#524 - Covenantkilla (04/22/2013) [-]
It's **** like this that makes me want to buy more guns.

Why? Because **** you that's why.
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