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User avatar #842 - matthewfuckingmain (04/22/2013) [-]
>Implying that there are gangs of children walking around with semi-automatic rifles.
User avatar #852 to #842 - bigbeaufort ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
I'd be ******* terrifed
#810 - iTzKitteh (04/22/2013) [-]
I wasn't aware that children could buy guns.
User avatar #813 to #810 - vivapinatapro (04/22/2013) [-]
Only white kids can afford them, obviously.
User avatar #827 to #813 - iTzKitteh (04/22/2013) [-]
**** , even buy them without proper training, which I'm assuming happened because she's sitting there with her finger on the trigger.

That's...BASIC firearm handling.

The ad should be against ****** parents/parenting. Or against gun stores that sell children AR-15s. But, according to people like the ones that made this ******** ad, they assume ALL gunstores would sell to kids.
User avatar #831 to #813 - iTzKitteh (04/22/2013) [-]
Plus, that's a ******* .22.

The **** can you do with a .22?
User avatar #652 - marooned (04/22/2013) [-]
Because, assault weapons AREN'T FOR ******* KIDS.
#656 to #652 - anon (04/22/2013) [-]
Assault weapons is not a factual classification of firearms. It is a catch catch phrase term used by gun grabbers as a blanket term for guns that they want banned, many of which share NO functional or mechanical similarities.
User avatar #672 to #656 - hoodyninja (04/22/2013) [-]
THANK YOU
User avatar #658 to #656 - marooned (04/22/2013) [-]
Weapons aren't for kids*
#665 to #658 - anon (04/22/2013) [-]
Fair enough, I disagree. A kid behind the wheel supervised in a close course is no less dangerous then a kid with a firearm on a closed range with a trained range master. They will never learn to respect the car OR the firearm unless you teach them about it.
#693 to #665 - anon (04/22/2013) [-]
Someones upset, What's the matter don't like facts so you need to thumb down?
#644 - brisineo ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Here's a little thing to think about...   
   
ALL "mass shootings" (where the assailant was carrying a firearm of some sort, with a total of 4+ civilian casualties as a result) since 1950 were in labeled Gun Free Zones.  (Meaning that it is illegal for a civilian to carry a firearm into that zone, licensed or not)   
   
There have been several more attempts at mass shootings that fail to be recorded in the statistics that gun control advocates use, because they tried shooting up a place where their targets could shoot back.   
   
Also, I'd just want you to take note, the last time we tried to ban something that was a pretty large part of society, (ie the Prohibition amendment) the black market boomed and everyone was buying it illegally to the point where we had to stop because it only made things worse.  America, unfortunately, is in the unique position in being a black market central hub, where banning something as a whole (even something small such as high capacity magazines) is entirely ineffective, and the only true way proven to counter this is literally putting it at gunpoint of people who buy guns to defend themselves.
Here's a little thing to think about...

ALL "mass shootings" (where the assailant was carrying a firearm of some sort, with a total of 4+ civilian casualties as a result) since 1950 were in labeled Gun Free Zones. (Meaning that it is illegal for a civilian to carry a firearm into that zone, licensed or not)

There have been several more attempts at mass shootings that fail to be recorded in the statistics that gun control advocates use, because they tried shooting up a place where their targets could shoot back.

Also, I'd just want you to take note, the last time we tried to ban something that was a pretty large part of society, (ie the Prohibition amendment) the black market boomed and everyone was buying it illegally to the point where we had to stop because it only made things worse. America, unfortunately, is in the unique position in being a black market central hub, where banning something as a whole (even something small such as high capacity magazines) is entirely ineffective, and the only true way proven to counter this is literally putting it at gunpoint of people who buy guns to defend themselves.
User avatar #657 to #644 - secretdestroyers (04/22/2013) [-]
Every law gets broken at at some point so, by your own logic, why bother having laws at all?

Law enforcement exists for a reason....not all cops screw people over.
#686 to #657 - brisineo ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
I'd rather have armed citizens to prevent an attack than to rely on police to stop the shooter after he's killed several people.

But I'm not saying all laws are hindrances. Law maintains order and productivity in society, and of course, a criminal disrupts that because laws are irrelevant to them. We stopped the prohibition act because we couldn't know where the alcohol was going and who was making/owning it, and that was a severe risk.

All I'm trying to say is that it shouldn't be outrageously difficult for a legal citizen to obtain a higher capacity weapon when outlaws can get them with ease or simply steal it from a legal citizen. It provides a distinct disadvantage, and more casualties would be the result. (Refer to post #649)
User avatar #696 to #657 - ponyfcker (04/22/2013) [-]
>not all cops screw people over

You're true on some occasions. My friend was caught smoking weed, this is in Idaho so the cops are strict about that, and the cop give him a lecture on drug abuse and how it can ruin your life, then he asked for a joint and dropped him off at his house telling him to stay in school and get his work done, then have time for weed.
#654 to #644 - superblargh ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
I didn't even read the comment; your gif was just awesome.
I didn't even read the comment; your gif was just awesome.
User avatar #479 - ritzrules (04/22/2013) [-]
it's a bad idea to ban either one.

kindersurprise is delicious and wonderful, AR-15's make excellent home defense weapons.

and teaching kids how to handle firearms SAFELY is a very practical skill and teaches them a lot about responsibility outside of the realm of guns, too.

sillies...
User avatar #492 to #479 - omfgitsstsix (04/22/2013) [-]
*Fixed

AR-15 is delicious and wonderful, KinderSurprises make excellent home defense weapons.
User avatar #504 to #492 - ritzrules (04/22/2013) [-]
**** . why am i giggling.
#442 - hypnotoad stare (04/22/2013) [-]
I didn't know that guns killed people. Because they don't, people kill people. Background checks, I agree with, banning assault weapons? No, and comparing chocolate to a gun totally is the most similar thing ever!
User avatar #411 - esquaredsixteen (04/22/2013) [-]
I mean, I feel a lot safer knowing Chinese kids are banned from the U.S.
#438 to #411 - electro (04/22/2013) [-]
HAH
#237 - akatsukipain (04/21/2013) [-]
shes gonna need that when zombies come......
#226 - rattymanbryden (04/21/2013) [-]
How about we teach kids to be safe with guns and food? To start she needs to take her finger off the ******* trigger and learn how to handle a weapon properly.
#216 - mikeW (04/21/2013) [-]
How about we just let them both be legal?
How about we just let them both be legal?
#1047 - youtookpoop (04/22/2013) [-]
Why? because crooks can get there hands on a gun regardless if there banned or not. if they ban firearms the crime rate will surely rise. but if criminals know that that person or that house might have someone with a gun, then the crime rate goes down. with that said 			****		 people who make ads like this.   
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Why? because crooks can get there hands on a gun regardless if there banned or not. if they ban firearms the crime rate will surely rise. but if criminals know that that person or that house might have someone with a gun, then the crime rate goes down. with that said **** people who make ads like this.
*gif related
User avatar #1105 to #1047 - certifiedidiot (04/22/2013) [-]
So basicly you shouldn't have ANY laws about anything at all because criminals are going to ignore them anyway?
User avatar #1209 to #1105 - youtookpoop (04/22/2013) [-]
I'm not saying that, i'm saying that if we ban guns, then the crime rate will increase dramatically and we can't protect ourselfs.
User avatar #1218 to #1209 - certifiedidiot (04/22/2013) [-]
What kind of crappy neightbourhoods do you guys freaking live in, but just what crimes would increase so much?
User avatar #1310 to #1218 - youtookpoop (04/23/2013) [-]
think of it as this. regardless criminals can get their hands on pretty much anything illegal. so if you ban guns then no one can defend themselves and the criminals can do what ever they please
User avatar #969 - Metallicock (04/22/2013) [-]
Why the **** does this exist?
Why does this topic even exist when doing what it suggests is a direct violation of the 2nd amendment?
This ad is ****
#1016 to #969 - anon (04/22/2013) [-]
Yes of course. Actually amending the constitution of the founding fathers would mean abolishing slavery and giving women the right to vote. Let's reset the clock to 1791.
(allthough for you it would probably be better to reset it to Neanderhtal days).
User avatar #1033 to #1016 - idkmyusername (04/22/2013) [-]
What the flip did thee just flipping gabble about me, thine miniscule bitch? I’ll have thee know I bested the most prestigious jousting class in the whole of Camelot, and I hath been involved in numerous secret marches on behalf of his Majesty, King Arthur, and I hath over 300 confirmed victories on horseback. I am trained in castle of Guerrilla warfare and I am indeed the highest ranking joustee in the entire land of Great Britannia. Thee are nothing to me but another false crossbearer. I will joust thine shambles with precision the likes of which hath never been observed in the King’s lands, mark my flipping words! Thou think thou can escape retribution by shouting that hogwash at me from afar? I implore thee to think again, peasant. As we converse I am contacting my secretive network of knights across the realm and thine footsteps are being traced right now, so thou best prepare thineself for the storm, pig-maggot! The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing thou call your armour. Thou art a flipping dead man. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill thou in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare lance. Not only am I extensively trained in mounted combat, but I hath access to the entire arsenal of the Kings Royal Army, and I shall use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable derriere off the face of the realm, thou miniscule feaces. If only thou could have foreseen what unholy retribution your little “clever” challenge was about to bring down upon thee, maybe thou would have held thee flipping tongue. But thou couldn’t, thou didn’t, and now thee art paying the price, you goddamn fool. I shall **** fury all over thou britches and thee will drown in it. Thou art flipping dead, child.
#1088 to #1033 - anon (04/22/2013) [-]
You could maybe win against the boy with the kinder egg but I'm afraid the girl with the assault rifle would turn both you and your horse and into hamburger meat in a couple of seconds. Impressive tirade though - didn't know people smoked crack in medieval times.
#839 - soggytomatoe (04/22/2013) [-]
American governments logic:    
   
20 children died due to unregulated assault weapons?   
Better ban chocolate   
   
TFW
American governments logic:

20 children died due to unregulated assault weapons?
Better ban chocolate

TFW
User avatar #884 to #839 - Onemanretardpack (04/22/2013) [-]
Kinder eggs have been banned for years by the very people trying to ban semi auto sporting rifles. They're basically saying their logic for banning things is stupid, so why would anyone take these idiots seriously?
User avatar #597 - toxicplague (04/22/2013) [-]
has a kinder egg ever saved anyone's life?
User avatar #320 - tehrealfluttershy (04/21/2013) [-]
Because we don't give kids AR-15s?
#311 - makeitasyougo (04/21/2013) [-]
i get the joke but:

the term "assault weapon" is ******** and guns shouldn't be labeled as such due to the fact that anything in a humans hands can be an "assault weapon"
case in point: guns get banned, knife crime skyrockets, what are they going to do then, lobby against sharp objects? inanimate objects do not cause crime, they are merely tools used by those who would otherwise use something else to accomplish their methods...

HOWEVER, i really really want to try a Kinder egg T.T
User avatar #360 to #311 - slendermanspenis (04/21/2013) [-]
ever tried Nutella? It tastes like that but not as a spread..
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