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Bart Starr
Posted - 2011.08.16 22:11:00 - [151]
 

Originally by: Jago Kain

Good for you; you also found correlation between a higher percentage of black folk and higher crime. As has already been pointed out, there is also a high correlation between poverty and crime, and some folk even have suspions that the reason so many black folk are in poverty is because of institutionalised racism and that it is this which skews the figures and not the inate badness of anyone who happens to have been born with darker skin than His Supreme Pristene Whiteness Grand Dragon Bart Starr. Unofrtunately as this would not seem to fit too well with your narrow world view this seems to have escaped your attention.

As for being bereft of ideas, coming from someone who has chosen to use the Daily Mail to reference (like it would add any weight to his nonsensical arguments at all) I would find this amusing if it wasn't so sad.



FACT: Violent crime rates in the UK long ago surpassed violent crime rates in the USA. Just because its in the Mail, doesn't make it false. Sensational, maybe - but its all from the same pool of crime statistics. You also ignored the robbery statistics I posted. Convenient. Rolling Eyes

If you persist in denying facts when they are presented to you, then you are truly lost, and I can't help you.

Then you blame black crime on poverty, caused by institutional racism? Seriously? Are you 12, or just brainwashed?

Outside the NAACP and the SPLC, I don't think even the blacks believe that anymore.
Why? Asian-Americans.

-Chinese were virtually slaves, working on the Western railroads in the 1800s.
-Japanese were interned during WWII, and we forced them to sell their modest assets for nothing.
-South Vietnamese escaped the Communists, but arrived here with NOTHING.

They came here with nothing, but their children outperform all other groups, academically and otherwise. No handouts, no affirmative action, just hard work. And I respect that.

Europeans love to make fun of the stereotypical white, gun-owning American outdoorsman. But, by and large, we aren't the ones committing the crime. Why disarm/regulate the white population, when its BLACKS that abuse the rights enshrined in the 2nd Amendment? Rolling Eyes

Bart Starr
Posted - 2011.08.16 22:42:00 - [152]
 

Originally by: Brommil Vaep
I like how it took 5 pages for Bart to finally come out and say it, "I do not like minorities!"

We in the USA have seen a resurgence of racism since the election of Obama. The white, Christian conservatives in this country are slowly losing their stranglehold on their "majority" status. Their death wails fill my ears with an extreme sense of satisfaction. It is personified with the advent of the "tea party". Aging white people who shake their fists with impotent rage.

Year - White - NonWhite
1950 89.5% 10.5%
2010 72.4% 27.6%

Year - Christian - NonChristian
1990 86.2% 13.8%
2008 76.0% 24.0%


Your death wails, they sustain me. Now I'm going to go make love to my agnostic mixed race girlfriend. You cling to those guns and holy books, they are your pacifier.


I think you miss the point. I don't really care what you do with your girlfriend, in which orifice, with animals or without. I don't care what you worship.

But when leftists such as yourself tell me that I need to register/license/give up my firearms - sacrifice my rights 'for the good of society' - yeah, I get angry.

Especially when the very people that ABUSE firearms the most are the ones most likely to elect politicians that want to take those rights away.

But I'm no longer worried much, or even angry. These days I listen to the news and smile. Obama's popularity has hit 39%, it will all be over soon. And thank god for that. Yes we can! Laughing

Talas Alusis
Posted - 2011.08.16 23:26:00 - [153]
 

Originally by: Bart Starr

But when leftists such as yourself tell me that I need to register/license/give up my firearms - sacrifice my rights 'for the good of society' - yeah, I get angry.



What is so bad about licence? You prove you are not a criminal and you do not take drugs or abuse alkohol. You prove you have training to handle weapon. And you prove you are not mental ill. You then get licence.

Only good citizen gets guns, not the criminal. That is what you want yes?

Roosterton
Eternal Frontier
Posted - 2011.08.17 00:01:00 - [154]
 

Originally by: Talas Alusis
Originally by: Bart Starr

But when leftists such as yourself tell me that I need to register/license/give up my firearms - sacrifice my rights 'for the good of society' - yeah, I get angry.



What is so bad about licence? You prove you are not a criminal and you do not take drugs or abuse alkohol. You prove you have training to handle weapon. And you prove you are not mental ill. You then get licence.

Only good citizen gets guns, not the criminal. That is what you want yes?


Bart Starr > BUT THAT VIOLATES MY FREEDOMZ! Also some amendment somewhere which was made hundreds of years ago.

Bart Starr
Posted - 2011.08.17 01:36:00 - [155]
 

Too easy. Rooster, I thought you promised to stay out of this thread. Based on the quality of your posts, it would have been a blessing. Very Happy

Its not just 'any old Amendment' - but the 2nd.
Comes right after the 'right to free speech/right to assemble'.

As another poster said:
The 'Right to bear arms' is NOT about crime.
It is NOT about sport.

It is about enshrining the ability of armed citizens to overthrow the government, should traditional political institutions fail.

Mandatory licensing/registering of firearms gives the government a list of EVERY gun-owner in the country, allowing citizens to be easily disarmed.

Further, it opens the door to future restrictions that impose progressively heavier burdens on the owners, many of which are imposed, merely to inconvenience the owner and cause them to voluntarily give them up, because "its too much trouble." (ie, Gun storage checks, insurance/security mandates, public listing of gun owners in newspapers, fees and taxes, etc...)

Pretty elementary stuff, but in my experience most Europeans are rather uninterested in events outside of their localities and don't really bother to learn much about American history. Confused

Jada Maroo
Posted - 2011.08.17 01:49:00 - [156]
 

Edited by: Jada Maroo on 17/08/2011 01:53:08
Originally by: Talas Alusis


Only good citizen gets guns, not the criminal. That is what you want yes?


Speech, especially when combined with the power of government, can be far more dangerous than private ownership of guns -- especially when used against an unarmed population. Shall we license speech too?

Also, the government can't license a right that it doesn't give. Our Constitution gives no rights. It only recognizes pre-existing natural rights, one of which is to arm and defend yourself.

Bart Starr
Posted - 2011.08.17 01:53:00 - [157]
 

Edited by: Bart Starr on 17/08/2011 01:59:01
Originally by: Jada Maroo
Edited by: Jada Maroo on 17/08/2011 01:49:50
Originally by: Talas Alusis


Only good citizen gets guns, not the criminal. That is what you want yes?


Speech, especially when combined with the power of government, can be more dangerous than private ownership of guns. Shall we license speech too?

Also, the government can't license a right that it doesn't give. Our Constitution gives no rights. It only recognizes pre-existing natural rights, one of which is to arm and defend yourself.


Cue morons, "What about my right to own a nuclear bomb....? Huh? What about that right?" Rolling Eyes

Jada Maroo
Posted - 2011.08.17 02:12:00 - [158]
 

Originally by: Bart Starr


Cue morons, "What about my right to own a nuclear bomb....? Huh? What about that right?" Rolling Eyes


They could try, except for the fact that among the writings of the founders exists the generally understood definition of arms with respect to the Second Amendment, which means what is common to the average soldier.

I would argue this is one reason all the hurdles to fully automatic weapons ownership should be done away with, as they're now a standard basic weapon for any army on earth.

Azelor Delaria
Caldari
We Are So Troubled Everyone Runs Screaming
Posted - 2011.08.17 03:42:00 - [159]
 

Originally by: Jada Maroo
Originally by: Bart Starr


Cue morons, "What about my right to own a nuclear bomb....? Huh? What about that right?" Rolling Eyes


They could try, except for the fact that among the writings of the founders exists the generally understood definition of arms with respect to the Second Amendment, which means what is common to the average soldier.

I would argue this is one reason all the hurdles to fully automatic weapons ownership should be done away with, as they're now a standard basic weapon for any army on earth.


Actually, in the United States the M16A4 has a semi-automatic and three-round "burst" setting. No full-auto (apparently they want us to be conservative with our ammo...).

Anyways, this whole discussion is worthy of mentioning Jose Guerena. Mr. Guerena was a former United States Marine gunned down by Pima County, Arizona SWAT early one morning as they barged into his house. His wife saw an armed man looking into their window, and in fear warned her husband who thought it might be burglars. As the SWAT team burst through the door, tey were confronted by Mr. Guerena, holding an M16 look-alike. The weapon wasn't even aimed at the SWAT team, and the safety was still on.

The SWAT team emptied 72 rounds into Mr. Guerena in under 5 seconds. The rounds in a full-capacity magazine for the MP5 or M16/CAR-15 is 30 rounds. he hadn't even leveled his weapon at them. And these were supposed to be highly-trained individuals.

The "castle doctrine" was crafted on the basis that "every home is a man's castle" and that no man should fear anyone inside it. While some states have a "cornered" clause to the doctrine, for the most part a grand jury won't indict, even in the most liberal states (like here in Massachusetts).

In a perfect world, we'd have a country like the UK, where we didn't have to worry so much about violent crime. But we live in a less-than-perfect world, and the truth is violent crime is something we should all fear.

For the most liberal member here, a question: if a man breaks into your house to rob you, and threatens your wife, your kids, or anyone else in your family with pain and suffering, what are you going to do? Are you going to let him r@pe your daughter just to hold to your tree-hugging beliefs, or are you going to beat the man for looking at her?

I don't know about you, but as a son and a brother, you **** with my mother or sister, I'm going to beat the everloving man**** out of you.

Just sayin'.

Viceroy
Posted - 2011.08.17 05:36:00 - [160]
 

lol @ all the butthurt racists and men with ***** size issues ITT

HURR DURR I'D SHOOT ANYONE WHO LOOKZ AT MAH SISTER OR MOTHA. ESPECIALLY THEM CRIMINAL BLAX DURRRR!!!

Jada Maroo
Posted - 2011.08.17 07:22:00 - [161]
 

Originally by: Viceroy
lol @ all the butthurt racists and men with ***** size issues ITT


It's an odd form of man that considers government imposed disarmament of himself, that which he has no choice in and cannot ever hope to overturn because the government now is armed and he is not, and whom must rely on that government for all forms of protection because he is discouraged and prevented from protecting himself, in any way masculine.

You aren't "secure in your masculinity." That is only what you tell yourself because you have allowed yourself to become a gelding, a subject, and a perfect government *****.

Jada Maroo
Posted - 2011.08.17 07:24:00 - [162]
 

Originally by: Azelor Delaria

Actually, in the United States the M16A4 has a semi-automatic and three-round "burst" setting. No full-auto (apparently they want us to be conservative with our ammo...).



Given the price of ammunition these days I am not surprised! Laughing

Viceroy
Posted - 2011.08.17 09:55:00 - [163]
 

SORRY JADA I CAN'T HEAR YOU OVER THE SOUND OF YOU PROVING MY POINT BY GOING ON A RHETORICAL TIRADE ABOUT MASCULINITY AND OWNING GUNS. PLEASE SPEAK UP.

Jhagiti Tyran
Muppet Ninja's
Ninja Unicorns with Huge Horns
Posted - 2011.08.17 13:02:00 - [164]
 

Originally by: Bart Starr
But when leftists such as yourself tell me that I need to register/license/give up my firearms - sacrifice my rights 'for the good of society' - yeah, I get angry.


Fine, just don't come telling people in the UK that we should join the US in its gun crazed madness, we have problems but there are far better than the circumstances you lot live in.

You want to keep your guns? fine keep them, I think most people understand the US is a lost cause that's beyond fixing. Just stop trying to justify it and force your twisted beliefs on us.

Also Northern Ireland lol, you are aware of a little problem they had there known as the "troubles" right? Which was basically a small civil war and secessionist movement in one? Lots of IEDs, sectarian violence, soldiers running around and all kinds of other unpleasant things.

baltec1
Posted - 2011.08.17 14:20:00 - [165]
 

Originally by: Jhagiti Tyran



Also Northern Ireland lol, you are aware of a little problem they had there known as the "troubles" right? Which was basically a small civil war and secessionist movement in one? Lots of IEDs, sectarian violence, soldiers running around and all kinds of other unpleasant things.


Also known as terrorists.

mira kantos
Posted - 2011.08.17 15:00:00 - [166]
 

ahhh northern ireland , a place were the army had to step in cause of a country that decided to gief a bunch of terroists a load of money, can anyone think what idiot country that would be?

OH YER THE UNITED STATES OF FUNDING TERROISM!


Herzog Wolfhammer
Gallente
Sigma Special Tactics Group
Posted - 2011.08.17 15:02:00 - [167]
 

Edited by: Herzog Wolfhammer on 17/08/2011 15:07:35
Originally by: Jada Maroo
Edited by: Jada Maroo on 17/08/2011 01:53:08
Originally by: Talas Alusis


Only good citizen gets guns, not the criminal. That is what you want yes?


Speech, especially when combined with the power of government, can be far more dangerous than private ownership of guns -- especially when used against an unarmed population. Shall we license speech too?

Also, the government can't license a right that it doesn't give. Our Constitution gives no rights. It only recognizes pre-existing natural rights, one of which is to arm and defend yourself.



Quite often I hear the argument "When the Second Amendment was written, they only had muskets (muzzleloaders), not the kind of guns they had today!!!!1!!"

I tell them that they only had the printing press too, when the First Amendment was written, not the kind of media we have today, and we saw one nationalist movement in Germany and one Communist movement in Russia use the new technologies to construct murderous regimes that slaughtered millions. (If I am not dealing with a truly "tolerant" person, I can tell tham about the American banksters who funded both sides too, but that's another matter).

In political battles I have to put up with old people who still automatically think that because they heard it on a radio or saw it on TV it must be true.




Herzog Wolfhammer
Gallente
Sigma Special Tactics Group
Posted - 2011.08.17 15:07:00 - [168]
 

Originally by: mira kantos
ahhh northern ireland , a place were the army had to step in cause of a country that decided to gief a bunch of terroists a load of money, can anyone think what idiot country that would be?

OH YER THE UNITED STATES OF FUNDING TERROISM!





There's truth to that. And the real insult is that one scumbag politician who supported them is now out to accuse others of doing the same thing without due process of the law.


But how much of the terrorism in Ireland was false flag too? You can't trust anybody.


Herzog Wolfhammer
Gallente
Sigma Special Tactics Group
Posted - 2011.08.17 15:21:00 - [169]
 

Originally by: Talas Alusis
Originally by: Bart Starr

But when leftists such as yourself tell me that I need to register/license/give up my firearms - sacrifice my rights 'for the good of society' - yeah, I get angry.



What is so bad about licence? You prove you are not a criminal and you do not take drugs or abuse alkohol. You prove you have training to handle weapon. And you prove you are not mental ill. You then get licence.

Only good citizen gets guns, not the criminal. That is what you want yes?



In America, every car on the road must be registered, and you must have a license to drive one.

Now I spend a lot of time around guns and people who do the same, and a lot of time training people and on shooting ranges.

But every dead body I have seen outside of funerals and war comes from........


yes - car accidents


And some of those funerals were because of......


car accidents



The most graphic one I remember was from street racers, with their little rice rockets - hit an old woman down in Florida. All I saw was an old head attached to a torsoe, arms and legs wrapped around the torsoe like soft straps.


Now, we have movies like "Fast and Furious" where the makers of those cars even used footage from the movies in some of their commercials.


Let me think...


I can take a gun and commit crimes with it, though the gun is merely an actuator: it's a tube that fires a cartridge and pushes a projectile with pressures ranging from 10000 to 70000 PSI. Where the projectile goes depends solely on where I point it. That's all a gun does.

A car with turbochargers, intercoolers, high revving engine.... wait but there are speed limits! Performance cars are actually designed to break the law! What's going on here?

Now if a gun company used a scene from some movie in a commercial, a movie where people where using guns in criminal acts - or even good guys with guns - there would be outcry.

So tell me, does registration and licensing prevent cars from being stolen? Accidents? Road racing? Road Rage?

But we have a lot of examples in history about registration leading to confiscation and I am supposed to think that it's OK?

Meanwhile, I can be told "what do you need that high capacity magazine for?" yet nobody stops at the car dealerships and asks what people need cars that can go over 70 MPH for, or to 0 to 60 in some extremely short time.


Talas Alusis
Posted - 2011.08.17 16:18:00 - [170]
 

Originally by: Bart Starr

It is about enshrining the ability of armed citizens to overthrow the government, should traditional political institutions fail.



Yes they are terrorists. But the american government can deal with terrorists. They already catched McVeigh and they executed him.

The police and the army can do it and the normal citizen is not needed. They have tanks and helicopters to use against terrorist organizations and the commando troops against single terrorists.

And the terrorists will not attack your house. They will just attack the public area.

Talas Alusis
Posted - 2011.08.17 16:39:00 - [171]
 

Originally by: Herzog Wolfhammer

So tell me, does registration and licensing prevent cars from being stolen? Accidents? Road racing? Road Rage?

But we have a lot of examples in history about registration leading to confiscation and I am supposed to think that it's OK?



No you can never prevent car accidents. But they take away the licence if you abuse drugs and alkohol or if you are violent in traffic.

If you abuse drugs or are you are a criminal and violent it is only right they take away your gun licence and your gun.

Bart Starr
Posted - 2011.08.17 17:24:00 - [172]
 

Edited by: Bart Starr on 17/08/2011 17:28:54
Edited by: Bart Starr on 17/08/2011 17:26:15
Originally by: Herzog Wolfhammer

A car with turbochargers, intercoolers, high revving engine.... wait but there are speed limits! Performance cars are actually designed to break the law! What's going on here?

Now if a gun company used a scene from some movie in a commercial, a movie where people where using guns in criminal acts - or even good guys with guns - there would be outcry.

Meanwhile, I can be told "what do you need that high capacity magazine for?" yet nobody stops at the car dealerships and asks what people need cars that can go over 70 MPH for, or to 0 to 60 in some extremely short time.




Haha. Don't worry about that. Obama & crew is on the case, doing his level best to eliminate the V-8 Engine. (and the incandescent light bulb, and the plasma TV...) Well, at least for the rest of us. The elites will still have them.

Good thing about trucks - they last forever, if you take care of them....
...except for "Cash for Clunkers".

$4 Billion in taxes down the tubes, millions in spare parts/drivetrains destroyed for no reason. This from hypocritical politicians that supposedly encourage 'reuse and recycling'.

Evil or Very Mad **** Obama. If it doesn't have 8 cylinders and a 4 barrel carburetor, I won't buy it.

And to the fellow that seems to think the government is always acting in our best interests - McVeigh committed a terrible crime, but he was lashing out at an out-of-control federal government agency that had burned dozens of people alive in Waco, Texas.

That same out of control agency, under the current anti-2nd Amendment administration, was caught red-handed intentionally trafficking firearms to violent Mexican drug gangs.

Operation "Fast and Furious" was designed to insure that plenty of tracable American guns are found at Mexican crime scenes, in order to justify further restrictions on legal gun ownership.

Bart Starr
Posted - 2011.08.17 17:54:00 - [173]
 

Originally by: Talas Alusis
Originally by: Herzog Wolfhammer

So tell me, does registration and licensing prevent cars from being stolen? Accidents? Road racing? Road Rage?

But we have a lot of examples in history about registration leading to confiscation and I am supposed to think that it's OK?



No you can never prevent car accidents. But they take away the licence if you abuse drugs and alkohol or if you are violent in traffic.

If you abuse drugs or are you are a criminal and violent it is only right they take away your gun licence and your gun.


No, you are still missing the point. Its not an issue of 'public safety'. The US government simply does not have the power to know who is and isn't armed, for the reasons I've already explained to you. Registration opens the door to easy confiscation.

Further, felons are already precluded from owning firearms. Active criminals already ignore the law. Ex-cons have many ways around it. ("Its my wife's gun"). License and registration only places a burden on LEGAL firearm owners, who are simply NOT the ones causing all the problems.

Brommil Vaep
Posted - 2011.08.17 19:40:00 - [174]
 

Originally by: Bart Starr

I think you miss the point. I don't really care what you do with your girlfriend, in which orifice, with animals or without. I don't care what you worship.

But when leftists such as yourself tell me that I need to register/license/give up my firearms - sacrifice my rights 'for the good of society' - yeah, I get angry.

Especially when the very people that ABUSE firearms the most are the ones most likely to elect politicians that want to take those rights away.

But I'm no longer worried much, or even angry. These days I listen to the news and smile. Obama's popularity has hit 39%, it will all be over soon. And thank god for that. Yes we can! Laughing


- I fail to see where I said anything about USA firearms laws (strawman much?).
- People who ABUSE firearms are felons, ergo they cannot vote. Also, just an FYI, the poor of the USA have always had lower voter turnout regardless of race.
- Obama polls higher than any major GOP candidate. The Tea Party polls worse than atheists or those evil Muslims.

Keep shaking those tiny fists bitter, white man. Your world is crumbling around you and it's hard to accept. Shall I send you some literature regarding the stages of grief? I'm no psychologist so I'm unsure of which stage you are currently at.

I'll finish with a joke:

A homophobe, a secessionist, a reality TV star and a Mormon walk into straw poll...

Herzog Wolfhammer
Gallente
Sigma Special Tactics Group
Posted - 2011.08.17 19:59:00 - [175]
 

Originally by: Brommil Vaep
Originally by: Bart Starr

I think you miss the point. I don't really care what you do with your girlfriend, in which orifice, with animals or without. I don't care what you worship.

But when leftists such as yourself tell me that I need to register/license/give up my firearms - sacrifice my rights 'for the good of society' - yeah, I get angry.

Especially when the very people that ABUSE firearms the most are the ones most likely to elect politicians that want to take those rights away.

But I'm no longer worried much, or even angry. These days I listen to the news and smile. Obama's popularity has hit 39%, it will all be over soon. And thank god for that. Yes we can! Laughing


- I fail to see where I said anything about USA firearms laws (strawman much?).
- People who ABUSE firearms are felons, ergo they cannot vote. Also, just an FYI, the poor of the USA have always had lower voter turnout regardless of race.
- Obama polls higher than any major GOP candidate. The Tea Party polls worse than atheists or those evil Muslims.

Keep shaking those tiny fists bitter, white man. Your world is crumbling around you and it's hard to accept. Shall I send you some literature regarding the stages of grief? I'm no psychologist so I'm unsure of which stage you are currently at.

I'll finish with a joke:

A homophobe, a secessionist, a reality TV star and a Mormon walk into straw poll...






Lots of hooks there on that trolling rig.

Same old bait though.







Herzog Wolfhammer
Gallente
Sigma Special Tactics Group
Posted - 2011.08.17 20:16:00 - [176]
 

Originally by: Talas Alusis
Originally by: Herzog Wolfhammer

So tell me, does registration and licensing prevent cars from being stolen? Accidents? Road racing? Road Rage?

But we have a lot of examples in history about registration leading to confiscation and I am supposed to think that it's OK?



No you can never prevent car accidents. But they take away the licence if you abuse drugs and alkohol or if you are violent in traffic.

If you abuse drugs or are you are a criminal and violent it is only right they take away your gun licence and your gun.




Hate to break it to you taking away a little slip of paper is as effective as writing a statement of your humans rights on a little slip of paper


Notice that to have a license revoked, you need to be actually convicted of DUI/DWI/RR/etc FELONY. In other words, you have to be the repeat drunk driver or get caught breaking the law with an ALREADY expired license. Then they make it a felony. Then and only then are you barred the posession and use of guns...

And yet, you can still have a CAR because over the years I have met many old and present illegal road racers with felony convictions related to racing - and a few drunks with the same convictions - who could not own guns.

Yet they can get a license still, and walk into a car dealership and buy a car too. They can go and buy gas too.

Now, with drugs - same thing - how many people who got busted enough times with drugs to have racked up a felony can now go and get a prescription filled for.... more drugs!!! And last I checked, abuse of prescription drugs is common.

However if you get a divorce and as a procedure you get a restraining order put on you, no more guns - no judge no jury no conviction (see Lautenburg Amendment) or if you were in the armed forces and you see your friends die horribly and get upset, that ending up on a medical record - again no judge no jury no conviction and no more guns for you ("Veterans Disarmament Act" is the nickname given to this horrible law). In either case no proof of being violent or crazy.


Would it not be fair to say that those who prove they can't obey the laws regarding drugs should never ever have drugs again?
Would it not be fair to say that everybody who proves they can't control themselves on the road to take the bus for the rest of their lives?

And if it's accidents you want to prevent:

1. Every time some kid drowns in a pool, we should have to fill up all pools in a 50 mile radius.
2. Every time someone is playing MMOs so much that their baby starves (why such reports come mainly from Korea I don't know), let's ban MMOs? Ridiculous? OK how about a background check to play an MMO? After all, you might kill your baby.
3. Next time some crazy mother drowns her kids, let's go through all medical records of all mothers with a mental trouble history and with young children ans promptly send child services agents to their homes to take those kids.
4. Still waiting for that ban on cars designed to break the law too.


We all know what this is really all about. Especially with the cars. Men being adult-sized children fussing over their shiney cars spending thousands of dollars and countless hours on them is a lot better than men spending money and time on, say, hitting targets at a 1000 yards. They'll let you have that death machine, because you can't fight tyranny with it.

Of course, I am certain the car will be replaced with the MMO someday.



Slade Trillgon
Endless Possibilities Inc.
Posted - 2011.08.17 20:49:00 - [177]
 

Edited by: Slade Trillgon on 17/08/2011 21:51:22

I would have much preferred that this man have been able to put one through the base of this guys cerebellum.

Also, if most of the consensual crimes that plague the inner cities were not crimes but regulated privileges, most of the "criminal element" would become middle to upper class entrepreneurs. But no, the drugz, they must remain unattainable Rolling Eyes


Slade

Bart Starr
Posted - 2011.08.17 21:46:00 - [178]
 

Originally by: Viceroy
lol @ all the butthurt racists and men with ***** size issues ITT




???? Confused I'm confused, troll. Which one am I again?

I suppose, theoretically, if you lacked *ahem* girth, and had plenty of gun oil, you could f*** a 12-ga shotgun.

On the other hand, people like YOU would invariably get confused and stick them in the wrong end, and we'd have to write a whole new set of laws forbidding it. Rolling Eyes


Viceroy
Posted - 2011.08.17 22:08:00 - [179]
 

TERRIBLE RETORT 0/10. PLEASE BUY MORE GUNS AND HATE MORE BLACKS TO COMPENSATE FOR THIS SHORTCOMING. THANK YOU.

Bart Starr
Posted - 2011.08.17 23:54:00 - [180]
 

Originally by: Viceroy
TERRIBLE RETORT 0/10. PLEASE BUY MORE GUNS AND HATE MORE BLACKS TO COMPENSATE FOR THIS SHORTCOMING. THANK YOU.


Whoa DOGGIE. All you talk about are blacks, guns and p_nises.

Pretty clear you have some kind of pron-fueled black r_pe fantasy?

Or perhaps mum got drunk and brought the wrong sort home when you were a lad, haunting you to this day?

Not really into the interracial stuff myself. I have trouble imagining myself with a black p_nis. Laughing


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