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    Great cartoon...

    By Mike Lester, showing the real side of gun control.

    I'd paste it here but I worry about copyright, so here's the link (it's the second cartoon; feel free to ignore the first.

    http://www.npr.org/2013/04/04/176146...at-gun-control

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loosedhorse View Post
    By Mike Lester, showing the real side of gun control.

    Quote Originally Posted by Loosedhorse View Post
    I'd paste it here but I worry about copyright,
    Discussion forums fall under "fair use".
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    Thanks.

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    Discussion forums fall under "fair use".
    A few years back everyone got spooked by Righthaven suing over fair use of Las Vegas Review-Journal news items. Gun Rights Media had a thread on it here:
    http://www.gunrightsmedia.com/showth...zen-Forum-SUED

    According to many common taters, since the collapse of Righthaven's copyright troll scheme, rules on fair use are closer to the description of allowable "fair use" at the gov't copyright office page than ever before.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Righthaven
    Most critics (and several federal judges) agreed that Righthaven had been suing over usage of news items allowed under the "fair use" doctrine.
    In the Mensa newsletter circuit, we allowed full reprints by any Mensa newsletter as long as the original author, newsletter and newsletter editor were credited. Not just political opinion editorials or news, but any content, as long as (a) the original creator was credited and (b) no money was made off the reprint.
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    Name one gun owner who is not a potential mass murderer.
    Via the comment section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bruno2 View Post
    Via the comment section.
    The largest mass murders in US history have been committed by arson or explosives.

    Happy Land Social Club Fire
    Up Stairs Lounge Arson Attack
    Gulliver's Nightclub Fire
    How did people commit mass murder before automatic weapons?

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    Crazy how people think.....

    I was having a mild debate with an anti gun nut. When I told her that everyone in rural areas had guns , but most of the violent crime occurs in the city where the gun to people ratio is much lower she told me "that's why I am terrified to go to rural areas".
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    Quote Originally Posted by bruno2 View Post
    Crazy how people think.....

    I was having a mild debate with an anti gun nut. When I told her that everyone in rural areas had guns , but most of the violent crime occurs in the city where the gun to people ratio is much lower she told me "that's why I am terrified to go to rural areas".
    Yep. She is a classic anti-gun nut job! No therapy will help in her situation. Move on!
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    Yeah JD, anytime someone clarifies that the lights are on , but no one is home tells me it's time to move on. Nothing to see here folks...
    Brandon

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruno2 View Post
    Yeah JD, anytime someone clarifies that the lights are on , but no one is home tells me it's time to move on. Nothing to see here folks...
    Good one!
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    Wow. That's about as bad as it gets...That's like giving a child to a parent with no means of support and making the other one provide their ability to provide under threat of violence....
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