Awful Truth

Saint Paul, MN

#23 Feb 1, 2013
Consistent wrote:
<quoted text>
"I feel the truth needs to be posted to offset your extremist views"
1) There is no truth in people like you that live the life of the Amerikan Demokrat.....An organism that seeks the comforts of the 7 Deadly Sins, and demands that their neighbor pays for thier sick desires.
"I rather enjoy pissing you off"
2) YOU cannot "piss me off". You are dirt on the bottom of my shoe and an irritant. I no more am angered by your uselessness than I am by the usefulness that the dirt has. You Masturbate as you post as me...WE know your issues are based on your Sexuality Issues....Thisdoes not Piss Me off....IT DISGUSTS me that your neighbors have their wealth confiscated to sustain a defective like you and the others in the 20% that Re Erected the Son of Communists!
ROFLMAO!!!!

As I work and pay taxes so you can live off the government.

That's funny!

It's humor like this that keeps me coming back to Topix.
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#24 Feb 1, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
It's not "designed" for stupid, racist, drunks...
You fauching idiot!
Rocket Scientist,

WHAT is not "designed" for non-psychotics?
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#25 Feb 1, 2013
Awful Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
ROFLMAO!!!!
As I work and pay taxes so you can live off the government.
That's funny!
It's humor like this that keeps me coming back to Topix.
Low Integrity Name Stealer,

How come you never converse with your Co-Psychotic, "The Seattle Sociopath"?

Entertain us!

We Grown-ups reply to each others points daily, but you Sheeple never Bahaayhahaayah to each other.....why is that?

We would enjoy some Babbleese' from you two.
ist

Duluth, MN

#26 Feb 1, 2013
Awful Truth wrote:
You post is completely and totally untrue. The guns that the proposed assault weapon ban covers are currently legal to sell and own, such as the AR15.
Didn't you learn from November that posting lies doesn't work?
The AR-15 just looks scary to you weaklings, but it isn't an 'assault' rifle. By definition, an assault rifle is a selective fire weapon, one which can switch between automatic, burst and single fire. These have been illegal since 1934. The AR-15 is a single fire rifle, very much like this:

http://www.impactguns.com/ruger-mini-14-223-b...

It fires the exact same bullet as an AR-15 and holds 20 rounds. It is a deer rifle. Not too scary, is it?

If you take away the scary looking AR-15, someone could still kill a lot of people with one of these deer rifles.

Sporting/Tactical semi-auto or 'autoload' rifles are not assault weapons. You can't keep changing the definition every time a new scary gun makes you pee your pants.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#27 Feb 1, 2013
ist wrote:
<quoted text>
The AR-15 just looks scary to you weaklings, but it isn't an 'assault' rifle. By definition, an assault rifle is a selective fire weapon, one which can switch between automatic, burst and single fire. These have been illegal since 1934. The AR-15 is a single fire rifle, very much like this:
http://www.impactguns.com/ruger-mini-14-223-b...
It fires the exact same bullet as an AR-15 and holds 20 rounds. It is a deer rifle. Not too scary, is it?
If you take away the scary looking AR-15, someone could still kill a lot of people with one of these deer rifles.
Sporting/Tactical semi-auto or 'autoload' rifles are not assault weapons. You can't keep changing the definition every time a new scary gun makes you pee your pants.
Anyone, who needs 20 rounds to bag a deer, is a danger to themselves and other hunters, son...
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#28 Feb 1, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>Anyone, who needs 20 rounds to bag a deer, is a danger to themselves and other hunters, son...
Who was talking to you?

We live in Amerika, we hear the ignorant crap you recite from your Propaganda Sources too.

Now go finish your Jello and leave the big kids alone!
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#29 Feb 1, 2013
The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness ...

Drunks are notoriously selfish... Oh, hello con.......
ist

Duluth, MN

#30 Feb 1, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>Anyone, who needs 20 rounds to bag a deer, is a danger to themselves and other hunters, son...
Gee Dad, you don't need a car that goes 140 miles per hour either. But you have one.

Nobody said you need to fire all 20 rounds to kill a deer. Its about making reloading more convenient and less time consuming. If you want to be a tough guy while hunting, only bring one bullet for all I care.

But thanks for limiting me what you think I need. What else do I have too much of? Freedom?
Maxamillion

Minneapolis, MN

#31 Feb 1, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>Anyone, who needs 20 rounds to bag a deer, is a danger to themselves and other hunters, son...
Hunting a couple of years ago we heard the sequence of shots meaning someone needed help.

The 3 short 3 long went on in the distance for a long time. Our hunting party decided to find out where this person was. Without the ability of the hurting hunter to shoot a large number of rounds he may have died that night.

A non-hunter would not understand the multiple uses a firearm with a large magazine has. The alternative is to carry extra rounds in a pocket that might fall out etc. Having 20 rounds in a magazine is very handy, the shells are kept clean, dry and ready to shoot. Try to shoot numerous rounds of 3 short and 3 long with a 3 round capacity magazine.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#32 Feb 1, 2013
Why are you reloading ???

You don't need the loads, according to your post.

As for the car, 140 mph is too dangerous, so very few ACTUALLY GO 140 mph....

Guess, we don't need such guns either, according to you !!
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#33 Feb 1, 2013
Maxamillion wrote:
<quoted text>
Hunting a couple of years ago we heard the sequence of shots meaning someone needed help.
The 3 short 3 long went on in the distance for a long time. Our hunting party decided to find out where this person was. Without the ability of the hurting hunter to shoot a large number of rounds he may have died that night.
A non-hunter would not understand the multiple uses a firearm with a large magazine has. The alternative is to carry extra rounds in a pocket that might fall out etc. Having 20 rounds in a magazine is very handy, the shells are kept clean, dry and ready to shoot. Try to shoot numerous rounds of 3 short and 3 long with a 3 round capacity magazine.
SO, I shouldn't lose bullets ??? LMAOROTFU~! Great white hunters....???
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#34 Feb 1, 2013
Tip 4: Don't Hunt Alone

Whenever possible, you should go hunting with at least one partner. Together, you and your partner can watch out for one another. If either of you should have an accident, the other can ass­ist the injured party or go get help. Without a partner, you're left on your own. Something as simple as a twisted ankle can quickly become a life-threatening situation under the right set of circumstances.

It's doubly important to work with a partner if you'll be hunting in unfamiliar terrain. Together, you stand a better chance at navigating through the area and having a positive hunting experience than you would on your own.

If you enjoy hunting as a solitary experience, at the very least, you should tell other people when you're going out to hunt. Let someone else know when and where you'll be hunting. You should also establish a time when you'll touch base with that person to let him or her know you're fine after your hunting trip. If you suffer an injury, you don't want the added dangers of being caught outside without anyone knowing where you are.

Since: Jan 13

Minneapolis, MN

#35 Feb 1, 2013
Awful Truth wrote:
You post is completely and totally untrue. The guns that the proposed assault weapon ban covers are currently legal to sell and own, such as the AR15.
Didn't you learn from November that posting lies doesn't work?
Ignorance and IDIOCY are your hallmarks.

Last year, NY had only one third the number of murders as Chicago did, yet NY has 3 TIMES the population. Why is that?

Well, 3/4 of Chicago's murderers NEVER go to trial, for one thing. Another thing....If you get caught illegally carrying a gun in NY, it's 3-5 years in PRISON, and it's NOT negotiable. In Chicago, most who carry a gun illegally RARELY do ANY PRISON TIME.

Something tells me that a lot of cops/prosecutors/gangs/drug dealers are passing around a lot of LOOT to keep the killing machine going in Chicago.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#36 Feb 1, 2013
maroonberet wrote:
<quoted text>
Ignorance and IDIOCY are your hallmarks.
Last year, NY had only one third the number of murders as Chicago did, yet NY has 3 TIMES the population. Why is that?
Well, 3/4 of Chicago's murderers NEVER go to trial, for one thing. Another thing....If you get caught illegally carrying a gun in NY, it's 3-5 years in PRISON, and it's NOT negotiable. In Chicago, most who carry a gun illegally RARELY do ANY PRISON TIME.
Something tells me that a lot of cops/prosecutors/gangs/drug dealers are passing around a lot of LOOT to keep the killing machine going in Chicago.
Something tells me, you like made up numbers, cheap cars, and pretending to have a point.

Since: Jan 13

Minneapolis, MN

#37 Feb 1, 2013
ist wrote:
<quoted text>
The AR-15 just looks scary to you weaklings, but it isn't an 'assault' rifle. By definition, an assault rifle is a selective fire weapon, one which can switch between automatic, burst and single fire. These have been illegal since 1934. The AR-15 is a single fire rifle, very much like this:
http://www.impactguns.com/ruger-mini-14-223-b...
It fires the exact same bullet as an AR-15 and holds 20 rounds. It is a deer rifle. Not too scary, is it?
If you take away the scary looking AR-15, someone could still kill a lot of people with one of these deer rifles.
Sporting/Tactical semi-auto or 'autoload' rifles are not assault weapons. You can't keep changing the definition every time a new scary gun makes you pee your pants.
I can buy a Remington 7400 semi-auto rifle, in .308 or 30.06, for about HALF the cost of a typical "ar-15" "assault rifle".

The Remington fires a round that has about TWICE the KILLING POWER, has GREATER RANGE, and is not considered to be an "assault rifle" under any current or proposed legislation. It can also be equipped with a "high capacity" 10-round magazine, giving it even more firepower, and fitted with the best of scopes, for "sniper" shooting.

Sure, it does not have a "flash suppressor", bayonet lug/mount, pistol grip, and you can't buy a 30 round mag for it. SO WHAT.

I see all kinds of people "loading up" on Remington and other high powered rifles, because those rifles can kill just about anything with ONE SHOT at 200 yards or greater, NO PROBLEM.

So be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.

Molon Labe.

Since: Jan 13

Minneapolis, MN

#38 Feb 1, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>Anyone, who needs 20 rounds to bag a deer, is a danger to themselves and other hunters, son...
Which means that you don't know SQUAT about deer hunting.

If you are "party" hunting, and you see more than one deer, with the AR-15's "limited" size, you could easily go through more than ten rounds shooting at multiple deer, especially if they are running.

That hunter is NO MORE a DANGER to ANYBODY than they are to themselves. Only the deer are in danger.

Hey slewage, how many deer (I mean REAL deer) have you ever bagged?

Since: Jan 13

Minneapolis, MN

#39 Feb 1, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>Something tells me, you like made up numbers, cheap cars, and pretending to have a point.
These numbers are NOT made up, look them up, if you have enough BRAINS.
Amused Slew

Minneapolis, MN

#40 Feb 1, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Why are you reloading ???
You don't need the loads, according to your post.
As for the car, 140 mph is too dangerous, so very few ACTUALLY GO 140 mph....
Guess, we don't need such guns either, according to you !!
Gay Slewsie, you don't need freedom of speech. And you don't need a computer or internet access. You can survive quite will without those things. Plus all of us would thrive if you did not have them. So I declare it illegal for you to have the freedom to spout off your stupid words on the computer and the internet. Now go sweep the floor before I get home from work tonight.
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#41 Feb 1, 2013
maroonberet wrote:
<quoted text>
I can buy a Remington 7400 semi-auto rifle, in .308 or 30.06, for about HALF the cost of a typical "ar-15" "assault rifle".
The Remington fires a round that has about TWICE the KILLING POWER, has GREATER RANGE, and is not considered to be an "assault rifle" under any current or proposed legislation. It can also be equipped with a "high capacity" 10-round magazine, giving it even more firepower, and fitted with the best of scopes, for "sniper" shooting.
Sure, it does not have a "flash suppressor", bayonet lug/mount, pistol grip, and you can't buy a 30 round mag for it. SO WHAT.
I see all kinds of people "loading up" on Remington and other high powered rifles, because those rifles can kill just about anything with ONE SHOT at 200 yards or greater, NO PROBLEM.
So be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.
Molon Labe.
"Molon Labe"

Oooo Fauchin Rah!

Since: Jan 13

Minneapolis, MN

#42 Feb 1, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Tip 4: Don't Hunt Alone
Whenever possible, you should go hunting with at least one partner. Together, you and your partner can watch out for one another. If either of you should have an accident, the other can ass­ist the injured party or go get help. Without a partner, you're left on your own. Something as simple as a twisted ankle can quickly become a life-threatening situation under the right set of circumstances.
It's doubly important to work with a partner if you'll be hunting in unfamiliar terrain. Together, you stand a better chance at navigating through the area and having a positive hunting experience than you would on your own.
If you enjoy hunting as a solitary experience, at the very least, you should tell other people when you're going out to hunt. Let someone else know when and where you'll be hunting. You should also establish a time when you'll touch base with that person to let him or her know you're fine after your hunting trip. If you suffer an injury, you don't want the added dangers of being caught outside without anyone knowing where you are.
Hey, IDIOT, a hunter can easily get separated from his/her party by tracking an animal that he/she has shot. The hunter has an obligation to try to find the wounded animal. Many game laws limit the use of communication devices in the field, so it is quite common to get separated, without the rest of the hunting party knowing what happened, and it can often happen in less than optimal weather conditions.

So MOVE ON to your GAY STUFF, which, clearly, you know so much about.

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