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User avatar #71 - vissova (08/23/2013) [+] (29 replies)
If I threw a pencil at your face, would you blame the pencil? And then ban pencils for
violence? No. You would blame me for throwing it at you. That's just logical. Anyone
would agree. So if that's the case, why the **** are we blaming guns for stuff like this.
It's the person with the gun, not the gun itself.
#115 - EventHorizon (08/23/2013) [+] (59 replies)
Picture this: You're standing in line at Starbucks, waiting to receive your Double Mocha 						****************************					 with you 98 year old Holocaust survivor grandmother, brand new bouncing baby girl and your new charming rags-to-riches gentleman husband. You're all giddy with excitement, discussing your upcoming trip to the inner city to volunteer at a soup kitchen that is renting space at a terminal cancer orphanage.    
   
Suddenly, a crazed lunatic busts through the door ranting about how communist Obama is destroying the world and that his magic 8-ball told him that "Sources say yes" when asked if Obama was the Anti Christ.    
   
He then proceeds to open fire on the entire store with hollow point incendiary rounds, hot lead ripping and tearing through the coffee lovers' bodies like a steak knife through butter. You're entire family is massacred before your eyes as you helplessly cower behind the coffee grinder.    
   
The gunman is eventually killed by police in a massive shootout,; you're psychologically scarred for life and eventually have to be institutionalized for extreme PTSD and trauma-induced psychosis. In the meantime, the entire nation is up in arms over the "scourge" of gun-related violence, screaming out that guns are simply instruments of death and should be banned entirely from every public place.   
   
   
Now, instead, picture that exact same scenario except standing in line behind you is another man with an open-carry permit and a Barretta strapped to his hip. Our crazed friend bursts through the door, and proceeds to encounter a barrage of 9mm glory. He never gets to take a single victim with him on his trip to the depths of Hell, you get to go on your honeymoon and 						****					 like a rabbit on the beaches of Bora Bora, and the nation proceeds to sing the graces of the 2nd Amendment and all that it has to offer.   
   
Bottom line: the very complaints these anti-gun critics make would result in the very changes that would make the former scenario the only possible outcome.
Picture this: You're standing in line at Starbucks, waiting to receive your Double Mocha **************************** with you 98 year old Holocaust survivor grandmother, brand new bouncing baby girl and your new charming rags-to-riches gentleman husband. You're all giddy with excitement, discussing your upcoming trip to the inner city to volunteer at a soup kitchen that is renting space at a terminal cancer orphanage.

Suddenly, a crazed lunatic busts through the door ranting about how communist Obama is destroying the world and that his magic 8-ball told him that "Sources say yes" when asked if Obama was the Anti Christ.

He then proceeds to open fire on the entire store with hollow point incendiary rounds, hot lead ripping and tearing through the coffee lovers' bodies like a steak knife through butter. You're entire family is massacred before your eyes as you helplessly cower behind the coffee grinder.

The gunman is eventually killed by police in a massive shootout,; you're psychologically scarred for life and eventually have to be institutionalized for extreme PTSD and trauma-induced psychosis. In the meantime, the entire nation is up in arms over the "scourge" of gun-related violence, screaming out that guns are simply instruments of death and should be banned entirely from every public place.


Now, instead, picture that exact same scenario except standing in line behind you is another man with an open-carry permit and a Barretta strapped to his hip. Our crazed friend bursts through the door, and proceeds to encounter a barrage of 9mm glory. He never gets to take a single victim with him on his trip to the depths of Hell, you get to go on your honeymoon and **** like a rabbit on the beaches of Bora Bora, and the nation proceeds to sing the graces of the 2nd Amendment and all that it has to offer.

Bottom line: the very complaints these anti-gun critics make would result in the very changes that would make the former scenario the only possible outcome.

#3 - teranin ONLINE (08/22/2013) [+] (5 replies)
That was Gagliardi, right? Zach Gagliardi?
#5 - ffffyou (08/22/2013) [-]
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User avatar #92 - foelkera ONLINE (08/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Zach Gagliardi sounds like the guy who thinks that a sign saying "Gun free zone" magically converts any firearms within a 5-foot radius into candy and welfare checks.
#76 - punnyjunky ONLINE (08/23/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Honestly I thought better of Zach Gagliardi...
#269 - MasterManiac (08/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Starbuck's FW
Starbuck's FW
#137 - anticitezenone ONLINE (08/23/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I'm not even going to rant
but i will say this

An assassin is a weapon. A weapon doesn't choose to kill. The one who wields it does. - Thane Krios
#66 - kingbulbasaur ONLINE (08/23/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Why don't people realize that even if we do ban guns, it'll cause a chain reaction of so much worse things?   
We'll be giving more power to the black market for weapons, a few that already own might riot, there's too many guns in cycle so  the gov't would have to confiscate said guns. That'll create an even worse response from the people, even those who don't own guns. There's so much more 						****					 that can stem from this but I'm sure most of you can think of it on your own. Since we already have guns around we might as well just keep enforcing the same laws if not a few more, for the sake of safety and not for the gov't to find an excuse to extort more cash!
Why don't people realize that even if we do ban guns, it'll cause a chain reaction of so much worse things?
We'll be giving more power to the black market for weapons, a few that already own might riot, there's too many guns in cycle so the gov't would have to confiscate said guns. That'll create an even worse response from the people, even those who don't own guns. There's so much more **** that can stem from this but I'm sure most of you can think of it on your own. Since we already have guns around we might as well just keep enforcing the same laws if not a few more, for the sake of safety and not for the gov't to find an excuse to extort more cash!
#169 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
This is like the gay rights argument.

If you're against gay rights, you're evil and hate human rights.

If you're for gun rights, you want to kill people and hate human rights.

Can't win, can you?
User avatar #60 - douthit (08/23/2013) [-]
It's a good thing guns kill people, or else we'd be up ****** creek when we need the cops or military. If you're in trouble but you don't like guns, the first thing you're gonna do is call 911 and have them send a guy with a gun.
User avatar #120 - trevcars (08/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Okay time for my little rant. Just for the **** of it, I'm gonna tell you all my opinion on guns and gun laws...
Okay, let me start off by saying I do not think all guns need to be banned. To me, that would be very very ignorant and stupid. I do however agree that in the US there should be some changes made. no bans, but just changes. I see a lot of people saying that guns shouldnt be banned and it gets me thinking: who wants guns to be banned? Obama? no, he just wants expanded background checks, unless i'm missing something. I remember reading someone's comment a while back about how if you were teaching a bunch on kindergartners and 1 child began eating the crayons, you wouldnt take all the crayons away from everyone, just that child. Now, like I said I'm not against guns, but what if 5 or 6 kids started eating the crayons? Wouldn't you decide that maybe something should be changed in the classroom? you don't have to take all the crayons out but at least watch the children closer? I just wish people would realize that while taking every gun away would not solve the problem, maybe keeping a closer eye on who buys guns could at least help? I mean, if you feel the need to own an AK-47 I think you're living in the wrong part of town.
#42 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I think its the ******* psychopaths with the guns that are killing people, not normal, average americans. Leave guns for normal people, but don't just hand them over to the crazies.
User avatar #26 - flemsdfer ONLINE (08/22/2013) [+] (7 replies)
I hope he is also against all military and police. They have guns too, and guns kill people.
#298 - roliga (08/23/2013) [-]
Starbuck's stance on the whole allowing people to carry guns is not supporting either side, they've released a statement SEVERAL TIMES saying -

"We are sorry if you are displeased with the current laws surrounding guns in your state, if you feel they should be changed we encourage you to write your senators and local representatives, but Starbucks will uphold whatever laws are currently in place. Thank you."

That's not taking a ******* side, that's saying "I'm a ******* coffee shop, leave me out of this **** "

Just because majority of their customers are entitled little liberal **** heads who've never had to stand up for themselves in their life doesn't mean that the owners of Starbucks are too. Now if you'll excuse me I suddenly have a craving for some coffee while OCing my Glock 19 gen 4.
User avatar #159 - gibroner (08/23/2013) [-]
can we all agree to stop blaming inanimate objects for things humans do
User avatar #57 - arkadia (08/23/2013) [-]
Crack is illegal which means there's no one in the world that smokes crack, rite?
User avatar #6 - jacklane (08/22/2013) [+] (7 replies)
I went ahead and replied to one of his comments, but then I went into his profile and saw some **** about how elysium is tied to Republicans. The kid has obviously been brainwashed by whatever institution he is attending. It's funny... you're supposed to keep an open mind when going to college. However, once indoctrinated, you turn into a biased liberal. They love to say **** that doesn't make sense. You can't argue with them, because they have been brainwashed. It's a fact that 95% of sociology teachers are far gone liberals. Hell, my teachers get education boners just talking about Karl Marx!
#105 - loganhusted (08/23/2013) [-]
I think it is funny that there are people that are this stupid. Starbucks doesn't support Pro gun. They don't support Anti-Gun. They are Neutral. But i guess if your not against Gun Rights then you are for them in the eyes of these people.
#53 - xdeathspawnx (08/23/2013) [+] (3 replies)
yeah we should just ban all guns and no one will ever be shot!




because criminals and gang members totally don't have access to anything that is illegal
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