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Right now you can't legally have an anthrax farm in your basement.  That means that anthrax is only the property of the government and/or criminals.  Should we do away with associated laws and allow everybody to cook up their own brand of anthrax?  I mean, it's a free country right?

Anthrax farms...ROFL

Anthrax is the Georgetown of biological weapons, Antibiotic resistant Y. Pestis is where the money is at.

LOL. 

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JP, say we do ban guns.  How do we get the 100 million or so out of circulation?

Confiscate them.  I mean, obviously it doesn't happen over night... but is it really better to just let things go as they have?  We have cities that are, in terms of killing, essentially war zones. 

 
Oh come on man, isn't this hyperbole? Gangmembers who are capable of killing other human beings will surely not willingly give up their guns. Heck, if anti-gun legislation has any effect, it's just going to end up in a rapid increase of stabbings. The culture is the problem here, the guns are just a means to an end. People in rural texas don't go capping their neighbors with their carry licenses.

Look people kill other people.  This is not new.  It happened in ancient f*cking Assyria and sh*t.  It's not going to stop, either.  It's not unique to America (look at Brazil or Mexico) and not unique to this century.  It happens.  People are crazy.  No gang members are not going to just hand in their guns.  Yes, there will still be violence (and even gun related violence) after a mass gun confiscation.

Laws aren't perfect or even perfectly enforced.  So should we get rid of them? 

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I love this tactic.  The "ok, mr smartypants... how is banning guns going to solve hunger, poverty and disease?  What?  It won't?  You mean, you can ban guns and there will STILL be problems?  Well, then, obviously everybody should be able to carry a loaded gun and point it at any one they like."

Right.


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People really go nuts and get angry and stuff.  It happens a lot. While nobody can prevent violence all the time, the consequences of people going nuts and getting angry and stuff are a lot less terrible when those people don't have guns.

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JP, say we do ban guns.  How do we get the 100 million or so out of circulation?

Confiscate them.  I mean, obviously it doesn't happen over night... but is it really better to just let things go as they have?  We have cities that are, in terms of killing, essentially war zones. 

 

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Dot, I'm not trying to be personal except that this is a pretty personal issue where I live.  People get killed here.  Call it a cultural thing if you like.  I'll leave the explaining to people who are wiser than me.

Go f**k yourself.  with a gun

I can do that without utensils.

Sorry to piss you off so much, dot.  I do really feel strongly about this.  I don't like how it masquerades as other issues such as free speech or whatever.  It's not.  It's about devices that are designed to kill people.  And they do kill people.  Very, very effectively.

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I already said yes, bear. And yes I am aware that DC bans guns.  Thing is, you can just walk across the street into Maryland or across a bridge into Virginia and buy all the guns you need.  They'll even sell them to you if you're wearing a t-shirt that says "I love to kill people" and stuff.  It's been done on the local news.

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Dot, I'm not trying to be personal except that this is a pretty personal issue where I live.  People get killed here.  Call it a cultural thing if you like.  I'll leave the explaining to people who are wiser than me.

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yes, and i know we've banned guns here.  however, you can literally walk across the street into maryland and buy all the guns you need.  Virginia is even better. 

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