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#73 - then they can use the money they made from the gun to pay thei…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Gun laws... 0
#78 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
They would not have a fine as they have already reported the gun stolen and are no longer in its possession. You are not making any sense. No where in my comment did i even remotely say we should do away with legal firearms. I made the comment that strict firearm regulations have almost no bearing on violent crime.
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#80 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
I misread the last comment. but I'm talking about people who wanna outright ban all guns because of the recent shootings.
#70 - I personally love hunting and I'm in the military so I know ho… 12/31/2012 on Gun laws... 0
#69 - I understand that we have had shootings but in comparison to t…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/31/2012 on Gun laws... 0
#72 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
One can argue that it is not our firearm laws that reduce shootings but our media coverage. We do not glorify and demonize the shooters as much as U.S led media. Our news outlets focus on the cold hard facts and mourn for the victims without being concerned about ratings and channel surfers.
#67 - so do I and how often do things like this happen here . . . no…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Gun laws... 0
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#68 - thecurlysage (12/31/2012) [-]
than* and the only time i've ever heard a gun shot in canada was when i was camping and they had to shoot a tagged bear
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#70 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
I personally love hunting and I'm in the military so I know how to properly store, handle and operate firearms. I don't agree with fact I should lose a rifle that I own because of someone else's irresponsibility
#64 - again we come back to stupid people having guns. register ever…  [+] (8 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Gun laws... 0
#71 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
For the love of god. Automatic firearms in Canada are prohibited and automatic firearms in the states are heavily regulated. There is nothing stopping a person from reporting the firearm stolen then selling it anyways. The majority of crimes committed are using illegal guns smuggled into the country.
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#73 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
then they can use the money they made from the gun to pay their fine while they sit in jail. Getting rid of all guns because of the irresponsibility of some people is not the solution.
#78 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
They would not have a fine as they have already reported the gun stolen and are no longer in its possession. You are not making any sense. No where in my comment did i even remotely say we should do away with legal firearms. I made the comment that strict firearm regulations have almost no bearing on violent crime.
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#80 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
I misread the last comment. but I'm talking about people who wanna outright ban all guns because of the recent shootings.
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#65 - thecurlysage (12/31/2012) [-]
well obviously i see hunting rifles and stuff all the time in the country but i've never seen an automatic weapon (i live in canada btw)
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#67 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
so do I and how often do things like this happen here . . . not very, because our gun laws are a lot stricter then the states
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#68 - thecurlysage (12/31/2012) [-]
than* and the only time i've ever heard a gun shot in canada was when i was camping and they had to shoot a tagged bear
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#70 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
I personally love hunting and I'm in the military so I know how to properly store, handle and operate firearms. I don't agree with fact I should lose a rifle that I own because of someone else's irresponsibility
#61 - no I'm saying don't let stupid people get the guns. you don't …  [+] (13 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Gun laws... +2
#66 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
Then you need to research more. We have had plenty of shootings and almost every single one was with illegal weapons that circumvent firearm regulations. The issue is more deeply rooted than just guns.
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#69 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
I understand that we have had shootings but in comparison to the states there is a big difference.
#72 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
One can argue that it is not our firearm laws that reduce shootings but our media coverage. We do not glorify and demonize the shooters as much as U.S led media. Our news outlets focus on the cold hard facts and mourn for the victims without being concerned about ratings and channel surfers.
User avatar
#62 - thecurlysage (12/31/2012) [-]
so test people before they buy a gun? but what if they get someone else to buy the gun for them? it's just so much easier to give them to law authority and stuff only rather than anyone who asks for one
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#64 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
again we come back to stupid people having guns. register every gun at purchase then if something happens and the serial isnt matching the person who bought it and the gun hasn't been reported stolen the person who purchased the gun should face charges. in addition there needs to be restrictions on the type of guns available there is no reason a civilian should have an automatic weapon.
#71 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
For the love of god. Automatic firearms in Canada are prohibited and automatic firearms in the states are heavily regulated. There is nothing stopping a person from reporting the firearm stolen then selling it anyways. The majority of crimes committed are using illegal guns smuggled into the country.
User avatar
#73 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
then they can use the money they made from the gun to pay their fine while they sit in jail. Getting rid of all guns because of the irresponsibility of some people is not the solution.
#78 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
They would not have a fine as they have already reported the gun stolen and are no longer in its possession. You are not making any sense. No where in my comment did i even remotely say we should do away with legal firearms. I made the comment that strict firearm regulations have almost no bearing on violent crime.
User avatar
#80 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
I misread the last comment. but I'm talking about people who wanna outright ban all guns because of the recent shootings.
User avatar
#65 - thecurlysage (12/31/2012) [-]
well obviously i see hunting rifles and stuff all the time in the country but i've never seen an automatic weapon (i live in canada btw)
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#67 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
so do I and how often do things like this happen here . . . not very, because our gun laws are a lot stricter then the states
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#68 - thecurlysage (12/31/2012) [-]
than* and the only time i've ever heard a gun shot in canada was when i was camping and they had to shoot a tagged bear
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#70 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
I personally love hunting and I'm in the military so I know how to properly store, handle and operate firearms. I don't agree with fact I should lose a rifle that I own because of someone else's irresponsibility
#55 - this is the truth if I placed a gun in the middle of a school …  [+] (15 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Gun laws... -7
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#60 - thecurlysage (12/31/2012) [-]
so you're saying we get rid of all the stupid people instead of just getting rid of guns?
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#61 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
no I'm saying don't let stupid people get the guns. you don't need to ban guns just control who obtains them. think of all the recent shootings where have they been . . . in the states where gun laws are incredibly slack. I haven't heard about anything like this in Canada.
#66 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
Then you need to research more. We have had plenty of shootings and almost every single one was with illegal weapons that circumvent firearm regulations. The issue is more deeply rooted than just guns.
User avatar
#69 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
I understand that we have had shootings but in comparison to the states there is a big difference.
#72 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
One can argue that it is not our firearm laws that reduce shootings but our media coverage. We do not glorify and demonize the shooters as much as U.S led media. Our news outlets focus on the cold hard facts and mourn for the victims without being concerned about ratings and channel surfers.
User avatar
#62 - thecurlysage (12/31/2012) [-]
so test people before they buy a gun? but what if they get someone else to buy the gun for them? it's just so much easier to give them to law authority and stuff only rather than anyone who asks for one
User avatar
#64 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
again we come back to stupid people having guns. register every gun at purchase then if something happens and the serial isnt matching the person who bought it and the gun hasn't been reported stolen the person who purchased the gun should face charges. in addition there needs to be restrictions on the type of guns available there is no reason a civilian should have an automatic weapon.
#71 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
For the love of god. Automatic firearms in Canada are prohibited and automatic firearms in the states are heavily regulated. There is nothing stopping a person from reporting the firearm stolen then selling it anyways. The majority of crimes committed are using illegal guns smuggled into the country.
User avatar
#73 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
then they can use the money they made from the gun to pay their fine while they sit in jail. Getting rid of all guns because of the irresponsibility of some people is not the solution.
#78 - antexic (12/31/2012) [-]
They would not have a fine as they have already reported the gun stolen and are no longer in its possession. You are not making any sense. No where in my comment did i even remotely say we should do away with legal firearms. I made the comment that strict firearm regulations have almost no bearing on violent crime.
User avatar
#80 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
I misread the last comment. but I'm talking about people who wanna outright ban all guns because of the recent shootings.
User avatar
#65 - thecurlysage (12/31/2012) [-]
well obviously i see hunting rifles and stuff all the time in the country but i've never seen an automatic weapon (i live in canada btw)
User avatar
#67 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
so do I and how often do things like this happen here . . . not very, because our gun laws are a lot stricter then the states
User avatar
#68 - thecurlysage (12/31/2012) [-]
than* and the only time i've ever heard a gun shot in canada was when i was camping and they had to shoot a tagged bear
User avatar
#70 - JLT (12/31/2012) [-]
I personally love hunting and I'm in the military so I know how to properly store, handle and operate firearms. I don't agree with fact I should lose a rifle that I own because of someone else's irresponsibility
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#765 - anon (11/23/2012) [-]
Good man....
#955 - i actually like digimon better when i was little  [+] (1 new reply) 11/15/2012 on choices 0
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#964 - iamintofunny (11/15/2012) [-]
I like both. Digimon have a story to tell, makes you follow the story and doesn't have too much protagonist (by protagonist i mean monsters that help you.)
Yet pokemon is happy and full of fantasy at one time, less tense, yet when it brought one, you will remember those tense.

The similiarity is the fun ends after the third gen.
#951 - super explosions+unlimited clip+rocket launcher from saints row  [+] (3 new replies) 11/15/2012 on choices 0
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#953 - iamintofunny (11/15/2012) [-]
Hell, i will ask for unlimited pokeball and i shall catch em' all!
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#955 - JLT (11/15/2012) [-]
i actually like digimon better when i was little
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#964 - iamintofunny (11/15/2012) [-]
I like both. Digimon have a story to tell, makes you follow the story and doesn't have too much protagonist (by protagonist i mean monsters that help you.)
Yet pokemon is happy and full of fantasy at one time, less tense, yet when it brought one, you will remember those tense.

The similiarity is the fun ends after the third gen.