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After Further Review / Re: NGS
« Last post by Cali Cat on Today at 12:44:13 PM »
Is this where you quibble that "a few" ≠5 days ?  Show 5 days then, you big liar.

I'd rather be specific.  Sorry if that bothers you.  Technically, since I believe the sign in of which I'm speaking was on the 9th, and this thread was started on the 13th, it could be 4 or 5 days, depending on if you do 13-9, or count Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday.

However one counts it, though, the fact remains you were there when I said.

If you're calling me a "big liar," though, I see you did not recover your memory.
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After Further Review / Re: Remodeling My Bathroom
« Last post by Peter Gozintiter on Today at 11:43:34 AM »
Seems a bit much for a double wide
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After Further Review / Re: NGS
« Last post by Peter Gozintiter on Today at 11:42:17 AM »
My god its cunty in here, and not just cuz of sol this time
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After Further Review / Re: School Shooting of the Day: Florida
« Last post by Red Hessian on Today at 11:36:26 AM »
Fishy, those who own AR15s are usually pretty into guns. They go to ranges, and they practice. That’s their baby.
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After Further Review / Re: School Shooting of the Day: Florida
« Last post by Fish-on087 on Today at 09:43:11 AM »
RED, true but how many people can do it and let alone under an extreme condition?. I see both points with your video too. If you can change a mag in 2 seconds it really doesn't  make much difference, the shooter is still active and there is no way possible in a situation to know if that restriction saves lives. All the shooters had plenty of time and targets, when the count reaches 16 can anyone call it a legislative victory that the 17th one didn't die?. I see your you're point and you're right.

Here's the thing with school shootings, every one of them was a sub urban school. City schools don't become victim because most have no parking facilities for students
School shootings happen very few times a year, the total amount of dead is a fraction of how many die in Chicago in every day accounts. The murders in Chicago are significantly handgun related though.

Most of the mass shooters had mental problems or were beneficiaries of legal errors, red tape goofs or some other responsibility error shared by those who are suppose to weed these problem people out. Yes the shooters are disturbed but somewhere at the top, the bureaucracy is lazy .
 
With over 100 million gun owners and I'd say 60 % own an AR-15 or similar style, when 1 or 2 of those commit a mass shooting the percentage is small and isolated enough that to blame the majority is ludicrous and to blame the gun is even more ludicrous. It is obviously a human problem. ALL killing is a human problem.

I like what you did here and it opens a discussion for both sides of the coin. I don't know if you intended to make the same argument as me or see the same way but maybe someone who doesn't really involve themselves and only digests the media versions or some generic explanation can see what those machines don't .
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After Further Review / Re: Remodeling My Bathroom
« Last post by dbldwn711 on Today at 09:37:36 AM »
So you like to have water squirted up your ass, who are we to judge?


And I think those toilets are great!  grin1
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After Further Review / Re: School Shooting of the Day: Florida
« Last post by Red Hessian on Today at 08:57:10 AM »
You can limit mag size for an AR15, and I’d be fine with that, but keep in mind you’re putting your finger in the dike. One can swap mags in 2 seconds. Real time, not figuratively
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After Further Review / Re: Remodeling My Bathroom
« Last post by NFL-Solomon on Today at 08:55:28 AM »
3 seater bidet.
Does it have a Dyson Assmaster Airblade Dryer on it?
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After Further Review / Re: Remodeling My Bathroom
« Last post by BuccinGator on Today at 08:49:31 AM »
Are you shooting for solid gold, or Japanese robotic ?

3 seater bidet.
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