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Van Canna wrote:These soldiers are not too swift…imagine having these guys with a loaded rifle behind you in combat.
Guns are not toys, you never play with a gun, there is no such thing as an unloaded gun…and if you are a moron, you have no business owning a gun or even being allowed in the armed forces.
Tell us more Jason.
I can't think of a situation that involves cleaning a firearm that necessitates the presence of ammunition. WTH? Am I missing something there?
They're going to be more fun-oriented. They've access to alcohol for the first time in their lives, without family or other responsible adults in their immediate circle.
This illustrates the reality of the 'moron syndrome' _ many people are vulnerable to Sudden Moron Syndrome, and engage in acts of moronic stupidity, in many manifestations of it.
KentuckyUechi wrote:This illustrates the reality of the 'moron syndrome' _ many people are vulnerable to Sudden Moron Syndrome, and engage in acts of moronic stupidity, in many manifestations of it.
This past weekend I watched part of an HBO special on gun violence / accidents.
Get this a man shot his wife in the next room, because he was trying to make a hole in the wall and decided to use his 22 as a drill!
Maybe there should be a quiz of some sort rather than or in addition to a background check.
Jason Rees wrote:A month or so ago, a soldier allowed another soldier access to his .44 revolver while they were drinking. It only took his friend an hour to die after shooting himself in the gut.
Two weeks ago a soldier was playing with his gun in his bathroom, when it went off, firing the round through his wall and into his neighbor's house.
Sunday, a soldier shot his wife in her breast while cleaning his .45 handgun.
I'm going somewhere with this, but I'm not awake enough. BBL.
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