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Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

United States

#823345 Dec 16, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
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That'll never happen.
But any nation that forces all airplane passengers to remove their shoes, after one failed shoe bomb attempt, yet allows it's citizens murdered at a rate of 32,000 per year by guns, is not evaluating the risks properly. DUH
I own guns. But I am very careful with them always stored broken down, clips kept separate, ammo under lock and key.
Trigger lock keys and ammo safe keys are always on me.
Anyone who keeps a loaded gun around for 'self protection' could end up like this man;
""A Connecticut man shot a masked intruder to death yesterday — only to find out the person he killed was his 15-year-old son.
Jeffrey Giuliano fired at his son Tyler at 1 a.m. in the tony town of New Fairfield as the teen was apparently trying to break into the home of a relative next door to his dad’s.
The elder Giuliano allegedly pulled the trigger as the boy — wearing a ski mask — came at him with what appeared to be a shiny object, sources said.
After the shooting, the elder Giuliano sat at the curbside and waited for cops, unaware of the slain intruder’s identity, a police source said.
A source said the father was in “utter shock.”
Nice try, but "no ceegar". Tell the WHOLE story next time, and you might gain a shred of credibilty. The guy acted properly in shooting an armed, drugged-out criminal in the act of a burglary who just COINCIDENTALLY turned out to be his drugged-up, adopted son.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/police-masked-teen-k...

Since: Sep 10

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#823346 Dec 16, 2012
RUSH10ME wrote:
<quoted text>You first tough guy , I know what I am talking about ,every word ,so don't try to make empty threats you are in over your with this one son.
And yet you're too big a coward to test your theories.

It figures. You'd piss your pants and cry like a baby.
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

United States

#823347 Dec 16, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
Tell me where you live.
Give me a week to case it, and I'll be waiting for you in your home when you arrive.
Would never hurt you, but will give you a great big wake-up call.
Make you think about how much good your guns will do you as you stand there trembling.
If you're really dumb enough to believe your guns can't be taken away, or turned against you, you're dumber than I gave you credit for.
LOL!! You might be able to pull it off in an urban setting (who knows?), but I guarantee you couldn't get within 100 acres w/o me knowing you were there if I happened to be home at the time(via a variety of ways :-)). Of COURSE guns can be turned against someone, just as someone can run you over with your own car or set you aflame with your gasoline and cigarette lighter.

Just a dumb scenario all the way around......
TheIndependentMa jority

Somerset, KY

#823348 Dec 16, 2012
Karma is a_______ wrote:
<quoted text>
Saddam never attacked the U.S.
nor was he a threat to the U.S.
Saddam did not have ant WMD's
so it was the Bush administration that started that unnecessary, ill conceived, poorly managed fiasco.
Read some history, then try again.(we'll make it simple--start around 1990 or so, see: Desert Storm, Saddam invading Kuwait after stealing it's oil--- that should give any sane person with one actual working brain cell, a clue!)

Or are one of those people that just hate America?

Move elsewhere then.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#823349 Dec 16, 2012
Perhaps the stupidest of all solutions to the gun problem is exactly what the gun lobby is promoting.

"The answer to gun violence is more guns."

That's just like saying;

"the best way to put out a gasoline fire is to pour more gasoline on the fire."

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That's how ignorant the arguments from the gun lobby are.
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

United States

#823350 Dec 16, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
You're right, for the first time I remember.
This kid's mother knew he had problems, yet kept weapons in the house.
Gun safes are a joke. I've read about burglars who think they hit the jackpot when they find a gun safe. It's like an advertisement;
"HERE'S WHERE THE GUNS ARE!!"
Trigger locks are a good idea, but you have to go much further when you have children, esp. troubled ones, the weapons should be broken down, with clips and barrels removed from semi-autos, cylinders removed in revolvers.
If you don't know how to break down your guns, you shouldn't own them.
Never have a loaded clip. Keep ammo stored separately under lock and key. The key should be with the gun owner at all times, as with the trigger lock keys.
Beyond our painful agreement that the murderer's Mother was unqualified to own weapons, your points are just not valid. I am armed almost 24 hours a day (I generally dont carry in the shower :-)), but I also have a virtually impenetrable gun safe (to a normal burglar), even though I dont need it in my location/domestic situation. Google is your friend on that aspect.

I hope with all my heart I never have to use a weapon in defense of my life against an armed criminal, but if I do a disassembled, unloaded firarm is worse than not owning one at all....
TheIndependentMa jority

Somerset, KY

#823351 Dec 16, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
Perhaps the stupidest of all solutions to the gun problem is exactly what the gun lobby is promoting.
"The answer to gun violence is more guns."
That's just like saying;
"the best way to put out a gasoline fire is to pour more gasoline on the fire."
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That's how ignorant the arguments from the gun lobby are.
That's why we need a modern day, properly plain spoken guidance of RULES to follow in public places again.

SO much IGNORANCE, intolerance, manipulation, greed and disrespect of OTHERS these days.

Wicked, deviant people, OUGHT to be ashamed of themselves!!!

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#823352 Dec 16, 2012
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice try, but "no ceegar". Tell the WHOLE story next time, and you might gain a shred of credibilty. The guy acted properly in shooting an armed, drugged-out criminal in the act of a burglary who just COINCIDENTALLY turned out to be his drugged-up, adopted son.
http://abcnews.go.com/US/police-masked-teen-k...
Go ask him if it was the 'right thing to do'.

I live in CT. Last I knew, the guy was on suicide watch.

That killing ended three lives. The boy, the stepfather, and his sister, where the incident occurred. They'll never get over it.

Why do you make up lies about the kid?? He had no drugs, legal or illegal in him, you dummy. You want the whole story, yet tell lies about it?? Figures, Chief, you alwasy were a useless POS.

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""Giuliano adopted Tyler — who had wanted to join the Air Force — when he was his fifth-grade teacher and after Tyler’s grandmother was no longer able to take care of him.

“He just cared so much. Tyler was such a great boy he couldn’t just leave him,” one of Tyler’s pals said.

The friend, who knew Tyler since the third grade, said no one at New Fairfield HS could make sense of the tragedy or figure out why he might have been breaking into his aunt’s home.

“We didn’t understand why Tyler was out. It’s just weird,” the friend said.“He wasn’t a delinquent or anything. He was always happy and outgoing.

“This just makes no sense at all.”

Tyler played soccer and was one of a only few students in a Civil Air Patrol class at his school.

“He loved flying,” said his friend.

“In class, you get to fly a plane with an instructor at Danbury Airport. It’s a really hard course.”


Story in town was that the kid was a prankster, he did dummb things, but at 15, who doesn't??""

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You are still, as always, an ignorant troll.
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

United States

#823353 Dec 16, 2012
Back to beautiful nature!! Good luck with that gun abolition, leftist nuts. Its being started by Dianne Feinstein, that dimbulb, bimbo hypocrite that single-handedly helped the "nightstalker" Richard Ramirez escape arrest for his crimes. SHE should be prosecuted for terminal stupidity....:-)
RUSH10ME

Urbanna, VA

#823354 Dec 16, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
And yet you're too big a coward to test your theories.
It figures. You'd piss your pants and cry like a baby.
You know not of what you speak , heres a little advice don't go around looking for something you don't want to find .
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

United States

#823355 Dec 16, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
Go ask him if it was the 'right thing to do'.
I live in CT. Last I knew, the guy was on suicide watch.
That killing ended three lives. The boy, the stepfather, and his sister, where the incident occurred. They'll never get over it.
Why do you make up lies about the kid?? He had no drugs, legal or illegal in him, you dummy. You want the whole story, yet tell lies about it?? Figures, Chief, you alwasy were a useless POS.
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""Giuliano adopted Tyler — who had wanted to join the Air Force — when he was his fifth-grade teacher and after Tyler’s grandmother was no longer able to take care of him.
“He just cared so much. Tyler was such a great boy he couldn’t just leave him,” one of Tyler’s pals said.
The friend, who knew Tyler since the third grade, said no one at New Fairfield HS could make sense of the tragedy or figure out why he might have been breaking into his aunt’s home.
“We didn’t understand why Tyler was out. It’s just weird,” the friend said.“He wasn’t a delinquent or anything. He was always happy and outgoing.
“This just makes no sense at all.”
Tyler played soccer and was one of a only few students in a Civil Air Patrol class at his school.
“He loved flying,” said his friend.
“In class, you get to fly a plane with an instructor at Danbury Airport. It’s a really hard course.”
Story in town was that the kid was a prankster, he did dummb things, but at 15, who doesn't??""
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You are still, as always, an ignorant troll.
Yeah right, dipshit. A great kid: masked, armed with a knife, and breaking into his neighbor's home. Who knows why; but stupid tragedies happen. Doesnt mean the Dad did the wrong thing (especially in light of what happened Friday). Dont make it sound like he just gunned down his own kid for no reason out of the blue.

Figures you would live in a shthole, urban blue State. How are those strict gun control laws working out there?:-)

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#823356 Dec 16, 2012
TheIndependentMajority wrote:
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Read some history, then try again.(we'll make it simple--start around 1990 or so, see: Desert Storm, Saddam invading Kuwait after stealing it's oil--- that should give any sane person with one actual working brain cell, a clue!)
Or are one of those people that just hate America?
Move elsewhere then.
Like he said, Saddam not only never attacked the USA, he was our ally until 1989. DUH

http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB82/

We sold him the chemical weapons he used against his own people. That's why Bush didn't like to talk about that. Either father Bush or son Bush.

We invaded a soverign nation with the flimsiest of excuses. We had no murtual defense treaty with Kuwait. There was no reason to invade Iraq. It made the USA international war criminals. To this day, there are nations that will arrest Bush or Cheney if they set foot in their borders.

We lost the war - badly.

there were no WMD's, in spite of your ignorant claims, which even Bush admitted to.

Go back to your TIC talk. You obviously know nothing about any of it, you methhead.
RUSH10ME

Urbanna, VA

#823357 Dec 16, 2012
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
when don't i?
stripers right now at the local lake.
Yep , same at the cbbt also!
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#823358 Dec 16, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
Go ask him if it was the 'right thing to do'.
I live in CT. Last I knew, the guy was on suicide watch.
That killing ended three lives. The boy, the stepfather, and his sister, where the incident occurred. They'll never get over it.
Why do you make up lies about the kid?? He had no drugs, legal or illegal in him, you dummy. You want the whole story, yet tell lies about it?? Figures, Chief, you alwasy were a useless POS.
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""Giuliano adopted Tyler — who had wanted to join the Air Force — when he was his fifth-grade teacher and after Tyler’s grandmother was no longer able to take care of him.
“He just cared so much. Tyler was such a great boy he couldn’t just leave him,” one of Tyler’s pals said.
The friend, who knew Tyler since the third grade, said no one at New Fairfield HS could make sense of the tragedy or figure out why he might have been breaking into his aunt’s home.
“We didn’t understand why Tyler was out. It’s just weird,” the friend said.“He wasn’t a delinquent or anything. He was always happy and outgoing.
“This just makes no sense at all.”
Tyler played soccer and was one of a only few students in a Civil Air Patrol class at his school.
“He loved flying,” said his friend.
“In class, you get to fly a plane with an instructor at Danbury Airport. It’s a really hard course.”
Story in town was that the kid was a prankster, he did dummb things, but at 15, who doesn't??""
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You are still, as always, an ignorant troll.
That was an awful story. Was the father charged with anything?

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#823359 Dec 16, 2012
RUSH10ME wrote:
<quoted text>You know not of what you speak , heres a little advice don't go around looking for something you don't want to find .
Try me, coward.

You're a big man until your bullshit is called.

Then you revert to coward status, your normal place.
TR Jones

New York, NY

#823360 Dec 16, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
Barack was a coward in his first term.
I hope he fights the good fight this time.
There are lots of Americans, easily a majority, that will support a politician who stands up to the NRA.
The time is NOW for sensible gun control laws.
That does not include taking away legally purchased firearms from citizens who have passed backround checks.o
It does include outlawing assault weapons and massive magazines that only allow someone to kill more.
There is NO reason to own military style weapons but why NO accountability by HYPOCRITCAL HOLLYWIERD who provides the ideas and how-to's and the LIBS who fight to keep Pshysco's from being forced to be institutionalized?
sonicfilter

Noblesville, IN

#823361 Dec 16, 2012
All 31 Pro-Gun Senators Refused Invitations To Appear On ‘Meet The Press’

http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2012/12/16/...

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#823362 Dec 16, 2012
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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Beyond our painful agreement that the murderer's Mother was unqualified to own weapons, your points are just not valid. I am armed almost 24 hours a day (I generally dont carry in the shower :-)), but I also have a virtually impenetrable gun safe (to a normal burglar), even though I dont need it in my location/domestic situation. Google is your friend on that aspect.
I hope with all my heart I never have to use a weapon in defense of my life against an armed criminal, but if I do a disassembled, unloaded firarm is worse than not owning one at all....
If you carry a gun all day, you're either a paranoid freak (likely), or it just makes you feel like a man (also likely).

As for the rest, it's all bullshit. L:ike everything else you've done here for years with various sockpuppets, all you know how to do is lie and make up stupid stories.

You live in a trailer park outside of Tuscon. You're not fooling anyone.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#823363 Dec 16, 2012
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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Here's one just a couple of weeks ago from the drugged-out, tattooed & pierced Portland mall shooter. Of course, the psychotc leftist mainstream media chose not to publicize the good-hearted actions of this law-abiding gun owner. Fortunately, those same deviates cant erase the fact that it happened.....
http://www.policymic.com/articles/20891/orego...
Anyone could have made up that story; I don't find it viable.
Furthermore, AZ has open carry, lots of gun owners, and no one pulled out his gun on Loughner. The element of surprise in a mass shooting stuns people, law abiding gun owners don't want to start randomly shooting. Eliminate the rapid fire clips and automatic assault weapons, save a few lives.
Not to say that it's not possible, there was a case here a few years ago wherein a 70 yr old man used his concealed weapon to foil a robbery at a Subway shop.

Since: Sep 10

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#823364 Dec 16, 2012
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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That was an awful story. Was the father charged with anything?
No.

But he has to live with it, far worse than anything the law could do to him.

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