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#52 Apr 19 2013 at 12:06 PM Rating: Excellent
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But think of the children! All those legless, delicious children!
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I won't because it's too sad to do so.

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#54 Apr 20 2013 at 3:29 AM Rating: Default
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Gbaji gets it. Gun control regulation and other methods of stymieing the public in the quest for a less violent society does nothing except pit law abiding citizens directly against their own elected government. What we can do is stop indoctrinating children-- particularly those from broken homes with less parental supervision and care (s'up, black Chicago gangstas-in-training? White Bread Jo is yo' main empathetic man, yo!) --is to regulate the television, computer, and movie screen.
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Oooooh, that's right! That'd be a restriction of that other amendment which is backed up by the amendment you Libs so desperately want to dismantle.

The truth is we as Americans want a violent society, just not in my immediate neighborhood. If we didn't we wouldn't tolerate the violent media which desensitizes and teaches our children life is cheap. 90% of Americans want what Obama and poutin' Joe Biden want? Perhaps in theory, but not in actuality. If they did, they'd take more immediate, practical, and useful steps to protect their own flesh-and-blood and the children of others: defund the Indoctrination, errr, Entertainment Industry, umm, I mean Hollywood.
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Ach. Can't do that either. Not when the First Lady has an obligation to announce the Best Picture at the Academys. Just follow the money.

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#55 Apr 20 2013 at 4:37 AM Rating: Good
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Totem wrote:
Gbaji gets it. Gun control regulation and other methods of stymieing the public in the quest for a less violent society does nothing except pit law abiding citizens directly against their own elected government.


Law abiding citizens? You mean like the LA cop killer or these Russian terrorists? People need to realize that the term "Law abiding citizen" has absolutely no value.
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#56 Apr 20 2013 at 5:53 AM Rating: Default
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Well said Totem! Nail, head, etc...
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#57 Apr 20 2013 at 8:47 AM Rating: Excellent
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Gbaji gets it.

This might be the first time that sequence of words was ever typed.
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#58 Apr 20 2013 at 8:50 AM Rating: Excellent
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Gbaji gets it.

This might be the first time that sequence of words was ever typed.


Not quite. But it was Totem then too.
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#59 Apr 20 2013 at 10:07 AM Rating: Excellent
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Gbaji gets it. Gun control regulation and other methods of stymieing the public in the quest for a less violent society does nothing except pit law abiding citizens directly against their own elected government.


Law abiding citizens? You mean like the LA cop killer or these Russian terrorists? People need to realize that the term "Law abiding citizen" has absolutely no value.


But the only thing that can stop a bad guy with a gun is a GOOD GUY with a gun! You can tell who the law abiding citizens by their white cowboy hats. The bad guys are the ones with the curly mustache.

Edited, Apr 20th 2013 4:07pm by Kuwoobie
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#60 Apr 20 2013 at 10:16 AM Rating: Good
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Gbaji gets it. Gun control regulation and other methods of stymieing the public in the quest for a less violent society does nothing except pit law abiding citizens directly against their own elected government.


Law abiding citizens? You mean like the LA cop killer or these Russian terrorists? People need to realize that the term "Law abiding citizen" has absolutely no value.


But the only thing that can stop a bad guy with a gun is a GOOD GUY with a gun! You can tell who the law abiding citizens by their white cowboy hats. The bad guys are the ones with the curly mustache.

Edited, Apr 20th 2013 4:07pm by Kuwoobie


Unfortunately, many people believe that. People don't realize that these criminals aren't making their guns. They are buying them from a person who is seen as a "good guy". Somewhere in the process, "law abiding" citizens are doing illegal transactions. Else, every registered gun would be accounted for.
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#61 Apr 20 2013 at 10:59 AM Rating: Good
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Gbaji gets it. Gun control regulation and other methods of stymieing the public in the quest for a less violent society does nothing except pit law abiding citizens directly against their own elected government.


Law abiding citizens? You mean like the LA cop killer or these Russian terrorists? People need to realize that the term "Law abiding citizen" has absolutely no value.


But the only thing that can stop a bad guy with a gun is a GOOD GUY with a gun! You can tell who the law abiding citizens by their white cowboy hats. The bad guys are the ones with the curly mustache.

Edited, Apr 20th 2013 4:07pm by Kuwoobie
Good thing I shaved then. I don't have a white cowboy hat though, should I get one in case I go to America?
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#62 Apr 20 2013 at 11:55 AM Rating: Excellent
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Gbaji gets it.

This might be the first time that sequence of words was ever typed.

Not quite. But it was Totem then too.

Pfft, and "They" accuse "Us" of being a hive mind.
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#63 Apr 20 2013 at 12:58 PM Rating: Excellent
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But the only thing that can stop a bad guy with a gun is a GOOD GUY five hundred Boston police, Mass. state Police, FBI, ATF and National Guardsmen with a gun!

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#64 Apr 20 2013 at 1:04 PM Rating: Good
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And they didn't even have to bring in the aircraft carriers!
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#65 Apr 20 2013 at 1:09 PM Rating: Good
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They did, they were just hidden in duffel bags.
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Oh, ok.











Wait... That's possible!?
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#67 Apr 20 2013 at 1:17 PM Rating: Good
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What do you call a good guy with a gun?
A police officer.

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Wait... That's possible!?

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#69 Apr 20 2013 at 4:16 PM Rating: Good
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They did, they were just hidden in duffel bags.
Dude, quit playing. They're not even cylindrical.
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#71 Apr 21 2013 at 3:47 PM Rating: Good
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If they wanted me to get a background check and register to buy a pressure cooker, I wouldn't care. I already do that to buy sudafed
Seriously? You have to register/provide ID for an over the counter medication?
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#72 Apr 21 2013 at 4:18 PM Rating: Good
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If they wanted me to get a background check and register to buy a pressure cooker, I wouldn't care. I already do that to buy sudafed
Seriously? You have to register/provide ID for an over the counter medication?

If you are buying in any quantity, yes. Around here it's behind the pharm counter and you have to get it from him/her.

People turn it into meth, dontchaknow?
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#73 Apr 21 2013 at 4:25 PM Rating: Good
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In the States, I thought it was only certain over the counter meds that had to provide ID to purchase. And it was for any quantity, not just large ones. My mother takes one for her allergies and she can only buy 'x' amount per period of time.

I think they try to track purchases to make sure you aren't making Meth or what ever.
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If they wanted me to get a background check and register to buy a pressure cooker, I wouldn't care. I already do that to buy sudafed
Seriously? You have to register/provide ID for an over the counter medication?

Only for pseudoephedrine.

All the non-controlled cold medicine now has phenylephrine instead, which isn't as effective.
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Yeah, and they used it as an excuse to super jack up the price too. I sign for a box of the real **** every few weeks - the loritidine (Claritin)/Sudafed combo that Publix calls "allergy relief D" - $15 for 16 off brand pills. Makes me super hyper and dries up my nose ultra fast. I balance it out with a benedryl at night, which makes me super tired instead.
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Condolances on the price hike. It's not what you need when you're sick.

Here we have to show ID for any amount of pseudo ephedrine, it's behind the counter, but the shop assistants can pass it over. I was really surprised when I first had to show ID, but I wasn't really miffed after the explanation. Still waiting on pharmacy grade ecstasy, though.
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Uglysasquatch wrote:
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If they wanted me to get a background check and register to buy a pressure cooker, I wouldn't care. I already do that to buy sudafed
Seriously? You have to register/provide ID for an over the counter medication?

Do they not have meth up there? I would need meth to live up there. Ya know, with all that snow and stuff.
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If they wanted me to get a background check and register to buy a pressure cooker, I wouldn't care. I already do that to buy sudafed
Seriously? You have to register/provide ID for an over the counter medication?

Do they not have meth up there? I would need meth to live up there. Ya know, with all that snow and stuff.


I thought snow was coke?
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Yeah, and they used it as an excuse to super jack up the price too. I sign for a box of the real sh*t every few weeks - the loritidine (Claritin)/Sudafed combo that Publix calls "allergy relief D" - $15 for 16 off brand pills. Makes me super hyper and dries up my nose ultra fast. I balance it out with a benedryl at night, which makes me super tired instead.

I had a plugged ear following a cold this winter. The medical people instructed me to get Sudafed. I got the generic and think I paid 5 bucks for it.

I only took it once though - it messed up my sleep. (I can slurp coffee right up til bedtime with no noticeable effect on my ability to fall asleep - zonk. But a couple sudafeds after work had me flopping around half the night.)
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Ya know, with all that snow and stuff.
Still too **** cold here. Freakin' April.
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Oooooh, that's right! That'd be a restriction of that other amendment which is backed up by the amendment you Libs so desperately want to dismantle.

Exactly. We'd never impinge on freedom of speech by not showing nudity on television or using any of a list of prescribed words that apparently make people very very sad. Shooting people is fine, of course. A-Team, good family programming, naked boob, has the potential to ruin lives.
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Janet Jackson ruined countless lives.
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Janet Jackson ruined countless lives.


Not to mention that one time she showed her nipple on T.V.
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Ya know, with all that snow and stuff.
Still too **** cold here. Freakin' April.


Georgia just said "Here you go. Have some warm weather...Psyche!"
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Oooooh, that's right! That'd be a restriction of that other amendment which is backed up by the amendment you Libs so desperately want to dismantle.

Exactly. We'd never impinge on freedom of speech by not showing nudity on television or using any of a list of prescribed words that apparently make people very very sad. Shooting people is fine, of course. A-Team, good family programming, naked boob, has the potential to ruin lives.
To be fair, while they did a lot of shooting, I don't think the A-Team ever actually killed anyone.
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To be fair, while they did a lot of shooting, I don't think the A-Team ever actually killed anyone.


That's hardly an argument in their favor, though. They used violence and it was shown to be entirely free of consequence. Not a lesson I'd want the sort of people who learn life lessons from television shows to take away.

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Why you gotta take something that was meant to be silly and make it all serious? Why so serious, Samira? Why. So. Serious?
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They used violence and it was shown to be entirely free of consequence.
My experience thus far has shown that that's been a pretty accurate representation of how real life works.
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Why you gotta take something that was meant to be silly and make it all serious? Why so serious, Samira? Why. So. Serious?



I really just wanted to snark about people who take life lessons from television.

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Thanks to the the Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act of 2005, in the US, pharmacies and other such dispensaries are limited to selling 3.6 grams of pseudoephedrine per day per customer and a total of 9 grams per month. Customers are required to present photo identification to purchase any products containing pseudoephedrine. The transaction must then be recorded in a log book and the customer is required to sign. The only exceptions are for packages containing less than 60 milligrams of pseudoephedrine.

There is some good news though. There are formulations of pseudoephedrine products being tested now that are are extremely difficult if not impossible to turn into methamphetamine. Once these new formulations have been worked into the current legislation, they will be exempt from the above requirements. It's probably a couple of years off though.

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You can't have records of people purchases..... that's a violation of privacy! I wont let the government take away my medicine!
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There are formulations of pseudoephedrine products being tested now that are are extremely difficult if not impossible to turn into methamphetamine.
Bet that lasts.
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