Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#132 Jan 19, 2013
Poor nutcase, WORK ON YOUR ARK !!! LMAOROTFU~!
Capt Crunch

Cottonwood, AZ

#133 Jan 19, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Poor nutcase, WORK ON YOUR ARK !!! LMAOROTFU~!
Clever in 2nd grade, nice progression, for you.
Hard to understand, how the "religious right" loses elections ???
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#134 Jan 19, 2013
digger wrote:
<quoted text>
So who is talking to YOU?? badass wannabe..
Crybaby Liar.
redeemer

Cottonwood, AZ

#135 Jan 19, 2013
More NRA Carnage wrote:
Tax all assault weapons and pistols 100% and all ammunition 500% at the State level.
Congress can never do it because it is congress, but blue states and maybe even some red states could tax these weapons and at least make them hard for people to purchase. A high tax on ammo and laws to prevent out of state sales could make states that really want change to finally make it happen.
Tax these weapons and ammo out of existence. It could work since weapons lovers hate taxes.
Being a Nam combat veteran I was on the receiving end of the AK-47 assault weapon and carried and used a M-16 for a year. At the end of my tour I never ever had the slightest inkling to even look at an assault weapon again.
Note since i am a Veteran I do not use the word Gun to describe a weapon. The media and even the N.R.A call them guns. For instance a handgun when I was in the Army was called a Pistol or a sidearm. Gun was only used for machine guns. Gun is used by non-military types. Veterans and active military prefer rifle, pistol, or weapon.
Anyway just my two cents, Tax weapons and ammo to death.
Peace.
Crybaby Liar.
Consistent

Minneapolis, MN

#136 Jan 19, 2013
Tax all assault weapons and pistols 100% and all ammunition 500% at the State level.

Congress can never do it because it is congress, but blue states and maybe even some red states could tax these weapons and at least make them hard for people to purchase. A high tax on ammo and laws to prevent out of state sales could make states that really want change to finally make it happen.

Tax these weapons and ammo out of existence. It could work since weapons lovers hate taxes.

Being a Nam combat veteran I was on the receiving end of the AK-47 assault weapon and carried and used a M-16 for a year. At the end of my tour I never ever had the slightest inkling to even look at an assault weapon again.

Note since i am a Veteran I do not use the word Gun to describe a weapon. The media and even the N.R.A call them guns. For instance a handgun when I was in the Army was called a Pistol or a sidearm. Gun was only used for machine guns. Gun is used by non-military types. Veterans and active military prefer rifle, pistol, or weapon.

Anyway just my two cents, Tax weapons and ammo to death.
Peace.
goose

Minneapolis, MN

#137 Jan 19, 2013
Consistent wrote:
Tax all assault weapons and pistols 100% and all ammunition 500% at the State level.
Congress can never do it because it is congress, but blue states and maybe even some red states could tax these weapons and at least make them hard for people to purchase. A high tax on ammo and laws to prevent out of state sales could make states that really want change to finally make it happen.
Tax these weapons and ammo out of existence. It could work since weapons lovers hate taxes.
Being a Nam combat veteran I was on the receiving end of the AK-47 assault weapon and carried and used a M-16 for a year. At the end of my tour I never ever had the slightest inkling to even look at an assault weapon again.
Note since i am a Veteran I do not use the word Gun to describe a weapon. The media and even the N.R.A call them guns. For instance a handgun when I was in the Army was called a Pistol or a sidearm. Gun was only used for machine guns. Gun is used by non-military types. Veterans and active military prefer rifle, pistol, or weapon.
Anyway just my two cents, Tax weapons and ammo to death.
Peace.
I am glad you brought up the AK47 & M16 used in vietnam. This is NOT the same as the ones talked about now. Nam had full automatic assault rifles NOT the converted semi-auotmatics taled about now. BIG difference! Full automatics ARE illegal!
Get This

Minneapolis, MN

#138 Jan 19, 2013
Consistent wrote:
Tax all assault weapons and pistols 100% and all ammunition 500% at the State level.
Congress can never do it because it is congress, but blue states and maybe even some red states could tax these weapons and at least make them hard for people to purchase. A high tax on ammo and laws to prevent out of state sales could make states that really want change to finally make it happen.
Tax these weapons and ammo out of existence. It could work since weapons lovers hate taxes.
Being a Nam combat veteran I was on the receiving end of the AK-47 assault weapon and carried and used a M-16 for a year. At the end of my tour I never ever had the slightest inkling to even look at an assault weapon again.
Note since i am a Veteran I do not use the word Gun to describe a weapon. The media and even the N.R.A call them guns. For instance a handgun when I was in the Army was called a Pistol or a sidearm. Gun was only used for machine guns. Gun is used by non-military types. Veterans and active military prefer rifle, pistol, or weapon.
Anyway just my two cents, Tax weapons and ammo to death.
Peace.
My military experiance indicated a gun is what hung between a man legs.

It was weapon or you did pushups or some other form of punishment.

Many Vets want to have a military weapon like they used to use, to each his own.

Tax anything that can be used as a weapon: knives, cars, baseball bats, poisen, explosives, any source of fire, anyone trained to kill with their hands, anyone who kills with any weapon.

IF firearms only could be used to kill enemies of the USA or enemies of anyone then I'm fine with any and all law abiding citizens who wish to own one to do just that.

You firearm haters I hope there is someone near you if you are ever threatned, the police are mins away when seconds count.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#139 Jan 19, 2013
Get This wrote:
<quoted text>
My military experiance indicated a gun is what hung between a man legs.
It was weapon or you did pushups or some other form of punishment.
Many Vets want to have a military weapon like they used to use, to each his own.
Tax anything that can be used as a weapon: knives, cars, baseball bats, poisen, explosives, any source of fire, anyone trained to kill with their hands, anyone who kills with any weapon.
IF firearms only could be used to kill enemies of the USA or enemies of anyone then I'm fine with any and all law abiding citizens who wish to own one to do just that.
You firearm haters I hope there is someone near you if you are ever threatned, the police are mins away when seconds count.
Poor soapy dope, your experienced in pig calling and that's about it... How IS THE WIFE ???

“HHhhhoooowwwlll”

Since: Feb 08

Craigville

#140 Jan 19, 2013
digger wrote:
<quoted text>
You assert that the slightest bump will alter the accuracy of a scope-mounted rifle, and I simply say that if the scope is properly mounted, and if the rifle isn't mishandled, that the scope should stay true.
Slightest bump? When did I say that?
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#141 Jan 19, 2013
Teabaggers lie and you're in favor of this nut owning mis-sighted guns... guy.
Get This

Minneapolis, MN

#144 Jan 20, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
Teabaggers lie and you're in favor of this nut owning mis-sighted guns... guy.
You are invited to break into my home and we'll see if I can hit you, OK.

BTW, military training included intuitive shooting without useing the sights.

You will never understand the concept but enter my home in the dark and I'll show you.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#146 Jan 20, 2013
Get This wrote:
<quoted text>
You are invited to break into my home and we'll see if I can hit you, OK.
BTW, military training included intuitive shooting without useing the sights.
You will never understand the concept but enter my home in the dark and I'll show you.
Since, I'm invited, what's the address ?? Come on stupid, stand behind your words... LMAOROTFu~! DISMISSED !!!!
Now divert, deflect, and deny...
Get This

Minneapolis, MN

#147 Jan 20, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>Since, I'm invited, what's the address ?? Come on stupid, stand behind your words... LMAOROTFu~! DISMISSED !!!!
Now divert, deflect, and deny...
Only a fool would enter the house of another.

Hey fool!

Only a fool would put an address out here.
Common Sense

Serbia

#148 Jan 20, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>Since, I'm invited, what's the address ?? Come on stupid, stand behind your words... LMAOROTFu~! DISMISSED !!!!
Now divert, deflect, and deny...
You know his last name and city. Can't be too hard to find.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#149 Jan 21, 2013
Divert, deflect, deny, and lie, lie, lie ?? LMAOROTFU~!

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#150 Jan 21, 2013
Get This wrote:
<quoted text>
Only a fool would enter the house of another.
Hey fool!
Only a fool would put an address out here.
NO, NO, You have it all wrong. You have to designate a Dojo somewhere in the city and then sign a waiver that the say if your hurt by the white belt dojo gal, you hold her harmless!! OH, and you have 3 days to post the dojo, or you could ask for her flight number into MSP and fight her on the concourse, I guess??? A lot of rules surrounding comfrontation with this little pissant!
Get This

Minneapolis, MN

#151 Jan 21, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>NO, NO, You have it all wrong. You have to designate a Dojo somewhere in the city and then sign a waiver that the say if your hurt by the white belt dojo gal, you hold her harmless!! OH, and you have 3 days to post the dojo, or you could ask for her flight number into MSP and fight her on the concourse, I guess??? A lot of rules surrounding comfrontation with this little pissant!
Why bother with a pissant?

He/she/it will off itself soon anyway.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#152 Jan 21, 2013
As factual, as all of your tripe...
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#153 Jan 21, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>NO, NO, You have it all wrong. You have to designate a Dojo somewhere in the city and then sign a waiver that the say if your hurt by the white belt dojo gal, you hold her harmless!! OH, and you have 3 days to post the dojo, or you could ask for her flight number into MSP and fight her on the concourse, I guess??? A lot of rules surrounding comfrontation with this little pissant!
SO, you visit my city frequently, but couldn't make a dojo meeting UNTIL YOUR BALLS DESCEND ?? Funny, you've been claiming you left, but now you're just ALWAYS frightened, huh ??? LMAOROTFU~!
Get This

Minneapolis, MN

#154 Jan 21, 2013
Why bother with a pissant?

He/she/it will off itself soon anyway.

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