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31 Year Old Tavell Lawson Armed Robber Shot Dead by Concealed Carry Permit Holder Store Owner

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Marauder

Anchorage, AK

#1 Oct 19, 2013
See you "frustrated control freaks"...?...that's how you remove guns from the hands of the criminals. Another "bad" gun off the streets.
SATANISGOD

Las Vegas, NV

#2 Oct 19, 2013
Marauder wrote:
See you "frustrated control freaks"...?...that's how you remove guns from the hands of the criminals. Another "bad" gun off the streets.
see frustrated limp wristed hillbilly control freak, this is what guns do to innocent kids

Guns killing children: An American epidemic

Kids are shooting kids. Daily News study reveals shocking numbers as the gun rights battle rages on: 40 children accidentally shot by themselves or other kids since Newtown. Add in adult culprits, and there have been at least 120 kids shot dead in all.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/guns...

“Act Interdimensional ly”

Since: Jan 08

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#3 Oct 19, 2013
SATANISGOD wrote:
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...Guns killing children: An American epidemic...
Do you genuinely believe firearms are anthropomorphic? Are your kitchen appliances out to get you too?
Tray

Pontotoc, MS

#4 Oct 19, 2013
Rick Moss wrote:
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Do you genuinely believe firearms are anthropomorphic? Are your kitchen appliances out to get you too?
I trained my toaster to wash dishes and the microwave takes out the trash. However the fridge is still biting my hand some when I try to train it to check the mail. My guns on the other hand just lay there (lazy asses), hell I can't even get them to load themselves.
Marauder

Anchorage, AK

#5 Oct 20, 2013
SATANISGOD wrote:
<quoted text>
see frustrated limp wristed hillbilly control freak, this is what guns do to innocent kids
Guns killing children: An American epidemic
Kids are shooting kids. Daily News study reveals shocking numbers as the gun rights battle rages on: 40 children accidentally shot by themselves or other kids since Newtown. Add in adult culprits, and there have been at least 120 kids shot dead in all.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/guns...
"An American epidemic"

Redefining words again are they...?

I’m so glad the numbers of children killed with guns continues to go down…aren’t you…?…or you would rather dance in the blood of the innocent to further your own agenda even thou their deaths are declining.

Guns, Children and Accidents: Four Blunt Points

And, by the way, what’s the overall trend in child gun deaths, accidental or otherwise? That’s a question I had early on as a reader of the nearly 6,000-word article.(Actually, I knew the answer and wondered when the Times would get around to revealing it.)

Only in the 75th paragraph of a 110-paragraph article does the newspaper acknowledge in an offhand way “the deep decline in accidental gun deaths shown in federal statistics dating to the mid-1980s.” Huh? So, even if some accidents are categorized incorrectly as homicides, something good seems to be happening.

The Times didn’t offer any specifics. Why not? They’re not difficult to find. The Centers for Disease Control website provides one statistical snapshot (PDF): From 1999
through 2010, child gun deaths attributed to accident, homicide, and suicide all declined (although the absolute levels are still alarmingly high). What’s more, the reduction in minors killing each other and themselves mirrors a broader and deeper decrease (PDF) in all firearm crime in the U.S. since 1993. I didn’t notice a reference in the Times to this heartening overall violent-crime trend.

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-09-...
Marauder

Anchorage, AK

#6 Oct 20, 2013
Rick Moss wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you genuinely believe firearms are anthropomorphic? Are your kitchen appliances out to get you too?
Well some of the newer ones are being used to spy on their owners...really creepy...big brother NSA and others are in your house...oooooooooooooo
SATANISGOD

Winter Park, FL

#7 Oct 20, 2013
Marauder wrote:
<quoted text>
"An American epidemic"
Redefining words again are they...?
I’m so glad the numbers of children killed with guns continues to go down…aren’t you…?…or you would rather dance in the blood of the innocent to further your own agenda even thou their deaths are declining.
Guns, Children and Accidents: Four Blunt Points
And, by the way, what’s the overall trend in child gun deaths, accidental or otherwise? That’s a question I had early on as a reader of the nearly 6,000-word article.(Actually, I knew the answer and wondered when the Times would get around to revealing it.)
Only in the 75th paragraph of a 110-paragraph article does the newspaper acknowledge in an offhand way “the deep decline in accidental gun deaths shown in federal statistics dating to the mid-1980s.” Huh? So, even if some accidents are categorized incorrectly as homicides, something good seems to be happening.
The Times didn’t offer any specifics. Why not? They’re not difficult to find. The Centers for Disease Control website provides one statistical snapshot (PDF): From 1999
through 2010, child gun deaths attributed to accident, homicide, and suicide all declined (although the absolute levels are still alarmingly high). What’s more, the reduction in minors killing each other and themselves mirrors a broader and deeper decrease (PDF) in all firearm crime in the U.S. since 1993. I didn’t notice a reference in the Times to this heartening overall violent-crime trend.
http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-09-...
wow... another gun nut voicing opinions and no credible data to back up his assertions... typical NRA tactic....wave dirty diaper around the room, and hope something sticks to the wall...
Marauder

Anchorage, AK

#8 Oct 20, 2013
SATANISGOD wrote:
<quoted text>
wow... another gun nut voicing opinions and no credible data to back up his assertions... typical NRA tactic....wave dirty diaper around the room, and hope something sticks to the wall...
Oh...I get it...it's ok for the NY Times to ignore the actual facts from the CDC and not include that in the biased...tilted..."report "...ROTFLMAO...sort like you...ignoring the facts...stupid, lying, criminal POS, extremist, "frustrated control freak".

"...and no credible data to back up his assertions..."

Well...except for the CDC and the facts. Dang, sucks to be you...lol
satanlives

Winter Park, FL

#9 Oct 20, 2013
Marauder wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh...I get it...it's ok for the NY Times to ignore the actual facts from the CDC and not include that in the biased...tilted..."report "...ROTFLMAO...sort like you...ignoring the facts...stupid, lying, criminal POS, extremist, "frustrated control freak".
"...and no credible data to back up his assertions..."
Well...except for the CDC and the facts. Dang, sucks to be you...lol
show us the data on the CDC report, not just assertions they ignored it ...

I doubt you are ever far from that goverment check coming in your mailbox, you ignorant, lying, criminal POS, extremist, mooching, limp wirsted "sexually frustrated control freak".
Marauder

Anchorage, AK

#10 Oct 20, 2013
satanlives wrote:
<quoted text>
show us the data on the CDC report, not just assertions they ignored it ...
Since you're so stupid to even ask for someone to prove how stupid you really are...OK...GOD you're stupid...

Deaths by firearm, 1999-2010, ages 1-14 and 15-19 overall deaths, homicides, suicides, and accidents...DOWN in all categories, across the board.

Firearm Deaths Ages 1-14

1999 481 56,159,606 0.9
2000 423 56,447,727 0.7
2001 403 56,437,599 0.7
2002 409 56,611,569 0.7
2003 372 56,652,779 0.7
2004 351 56,637,544 0.6
2005 397 56,514,653 0.7
2006 403 56,474,971 0.7
2007 382 56,533,618 0.7
2008 367 56,774,649 0.6
2009 341 57,083,994 0.6
2010 369 57,283,060 0.6

Firearm Homicides 1-14

1999 274 56,159,606 0.5
2000 215 56,447,727 0.4
2001 235 56,437,599 0.4
2002 254 56,611,569 0.4
2003 227 56,652,779 0.4
2004 220 56,637,544 0.4
2005 224 56,514,653 0.4
2006 279 56,474,971 0.5
2007 249 56,533,618 0.4
2008 243 56,774,649 0.4
2009 223 57,083,994 0.4
2010 208 57,283,060 0.4

Firearm Suicides 1-14

1999 103 56,159,606 0.2
2000 110 56,447,727 0.2
2001 90 56,437,599 0.2
2002 86 56,611,569 0.2
2003 74 56,652,779 0.1
2004 59 56,637,544 0.1
2005 84 56,514,653 0.1
2006 62 56,474,971 0.1
2007 53 56,533,618 0.1
2008 50 56,774,649 0.1
2009 64 57,083,994 0.1
2010 81 57,283,060 0.1

Firearm Accidents 1-14

1999 88 56,159,606 0.2
2000 85 56,447,727 0.2
2001 72 56,437,599 0.1
2002 59 56,611,569 0.1
2003 56 56,652,779 0.1
2004 62 56,637,544 0.1
2005 74 56,514,653 0.1
2006 54 56,474,971 0.1
2007 64 56,533,618 0.1
2008 62 56,774,649 0.1
2009 47 57,083,994 0.1
2010 62 57,283,060 0.1

Firearm Deaths 15-19, including legal intervention

1999 2,896 20,084,602 14.4
2000 2,606 20,219,890 12.9
2001 2,523 20,456,284 12.3
2002 2,474 20,610,370 12.0
2003 2,469 20,797,166 11.9
2004 2,494 21,102,552 11.8
2005 2,623 21,486,214 12.2
2006 2,809 21,807,709 12.9
2007 2,669 22,067,816 12.1
2008 2,590 22,210,880 11.7
2009 2,456 22,192,810 11.1
2010 2,331 22,040,343 10.6

Firearm Deaths 15-19, excluding legal intervention

1999 2,877 20,084,602 14.3
2000 2,579 20,219,890 12.8
2001 2,497 20,456,284 12.2
2002 2,451 20,610,370 11.9
2003 2,449 20,797,166 11.8
2004 2,467 21,102,552 11.7
2005 2,602 21,486,214 12.1
2006 2,776 21,807,709 12.7
2007 2,645 22,067,816 12.0
2008 2,571 22,210,880 11.6
2009 2,439 22,192,810 11.0
2010 2,315 22,040,343 10.5

Firearm Homicides 15-19

1999 1,708 20,084,602 8.5
2000 1,549 20,219,890 7.7
2001 1,525 20,456,284 7.5
2002 1,567 20,610,370 7.6
2003 1,587 20,797,166 7.6
2004 1,578 21,102,552 7.5
2005 1,742 21,486,214 8.1
2006 1,940 21,807,709 8.9
2007 1,897 22,067,816 8.6
2008 1,785 22,210,880 8.0
2009 1,621 22,192,810 7.3
2010 1,554 22,040,343 7.1

Firearm Suicides 15-19

1999 975 20,084,602 4.9
2000 897 20,219,890 4.4
2001 838 20,456,284 4.1
2002 742 20,610,370 3.6
2003 736 20,797,166 3.5
2004 787 21,102,552 3.7
2005 738 21,486,214 3.4
2006 701 21,807,709 3.2
2007 630 22,067,816 2.9
2008 698 22,210,880 3.1
2009 736 22,192,810 3.3
2010 668 22,040,343 3.0

Firearm Accidents 15-19

1999 126 20,084,602 0.6
2000 107 20,219,890 0.5
2001 110 20,456,284 0.5
2002 107 20,610,370 0.5
2003 95 20,797,166 0.5
2004 80 21,102,552 0.4
2005 98 21,486,214 0.5
2006 100 21,807,709 0.5
2007 73 22,067,816 0.3
2008 61 22,210,880 0.3
2009 66 22,192,810 0.3
2010 72 22,040,343 0.3

http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/pressroom/FIREARM_DEA...

NOW...you stupid, lying, criminal POS, extremist, "frustrated control freak"...ask the question why the NY Times ignored that information and called it an "epidemic".
SATANISGOD

Phoenix, AZ

#11 Oct 20, 2013
Marauder wrote:
<quoted text>
Since you're so stupid to even ask for someone to prove how stupid you really are...OK...GOD you're stupid...
Deaths by firearm, 1999-2010, ages 1-14 and 15-19 overall deaths, homicides, suicides, and accidents...DOWN in all categories, across the board.
Firearm Deaths Ages 1-14
1999 481 56,159,606 0.9
2000 423 56,447,727 0.7
2001 403 56,437,599 0.7
2002 409 56,611,569 0.7
2003 372 56,652,779 0.7
2004 351 56,637,544 0.6
2005 397 56,514,653 0.7
2006 403 56,474,971 0.7
2007 382 56,533,618 0.7
2008 367 56,774,649 0.6
2009 341 57,083,994 0.6
2010 369 57,283,060 0.6
Firearm Homicides 1-14
1999 274 56,159,606 0.5
2000 215 56,447,727 0.4
2001 235 56,437,599 0.4
2002 254 56,611,569 0.4
2003 227 56,652,779 0.4
2004 220 56,637,544 0.4
2005 224 56,514,653 0.4
2006 279 56,474,971 0.5
2007 249 56,533,618 0.4
2008 243 56,774,649 0.4
2009 223 57,083,994 0.4
2010 208 57,283,060 0.4
Firearm Suicides 1-14
1999 103 56,159,606 0.2
2000 110 56,447,727 0.2
2001 90 56,437,599 0.2
2002 86 56,611,569 0.2
2003 74 56,652,779 0.1
2004 59 56,637,544 0.1
2005 84 56,514,653 0.1
2006 62 56,474,971 0.1
2007 53 56,533,618 0.1
2008 50 56,774,649 0.1
2009 64 57,083,994 0.1
2010 81 57,283,060 0.1
Firearm Accidents 1-14
1999 88 56,159,606 0.2
2000 85 56,447,727 0.2
2001 72 56,437,599 0.1
2002 59 56,611,569 0.1
2003 56 56,652,779 0.1
2004 62 56,637,544 0.1
2005 74 56,514,653 0.1
2006 54 56,474,971 0.1
2007 64 56,533,618 0.1
2008 62 56,774,649 0.1
2009 47 57,083,994 0.1
2010 62 57,283,060 0.1
Firearm Deaths 15-19, including legal intervention
1999 2,896 20,084,602 14.4
2000 2,606 20,219,890 12.9
2001 2,523 20,456,284 12.3
2002 2,474 20,610,370 12.0
2003 2,469 20,797,166 11.9
2004 2,494 21,102,552 11.8
2005 2,623 21,486,214 12.2
2006 2,809 21,807,709 12.9
2007 2,669 22,067,816 12.1
2008 2,590 22,210,880 11.7
2009 2,456 22,192,810 11.1
2010 2,331 22,040,343 10.6
Firearm Deaths 15-19, excluding legal intervention
1999 2,877 20,084,602 14.3
2000 2,579 20,219,890 12.8
2001 2,497 20,456,284 12.2
2002 2,451 20,610,370 11.9
2003 2,449 20,797,166 11.8
2004 2,467 21,102,552 11.7
2005 2,602 21,486,214 12.1
2006 2,776 21,807,709 12.7
2007 2,645 22,067,816 12.0
2008 2,571 22,210,880 11.6
2009 2,439 22,192,810 11.0
2010 2,315 22,040,343 10.5
Firearm Homicides 15-19
1999 1,708 20,084,602 8.5
2000 1,549 20,219,890 7.7
2001 1,525 20,456,284 7.5
2002 1,567 20,610,370 7.6
2003 1,587 20,797,166 7.6
2004 1,578 21,102,552 7.5
2005 1,742 21,486,214 8.1
2006 1,940 21,807,709 8.9
2007 1,897 22,067,816 8.6
2008 1,785 22,210,880 8.0
2009 1,621 22,192,810 7.3
2010 1,554 22,040,343 7.1
Firearm Suicides 15-19
1999 975 20,084,602 4.9
2000 897 20,219,890 4.4
2001 838 20,456,284 4.1
2002 742 20,610,370 3.6
2003 736 20,797,166 3.5
2004 787 21,102,552 3.7
2005 738 21,486,214 3.4
2006 701 21,807,709 3.2
2007 630 22,067,816 2.9
2008 698 22,210,880 3.1
2009 736 22,192,810 3.3
2010 668 22,040,343 3.0
Firearm Accidents 15-19
1999 126 20,084,602 0.6
2000 107 20,219,890 0.5
2001 110 20,456,284 0.5
2002 107 20,610,370 0.5
2003 95 20,797,166 0.5
2004 80 21,102,552 0.4
2005 98 21,486,214 0.5
2006 100 21,807,709 0.5
2007 73 22,067,816 0.3
2008 61 22,210,880 0.3
2009 66 22,192,810 0.3
2010 72 22,040,343 0.3
http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/pressroom/FIREARM_DEA...
NOW...you stupid, lying, criminal POS, extremist, "frustrated control freak"...ask the question why the NY Times ignored that information and called it an "epidemic".
examine the data you posted dumb F-uk..gun homicides for ages 1-14 held steady at 0.4 from 2000-2010.... no drop.... IT IS AN EPEDEMIC....

read the definition... I realize english is second language for am moron...

Definition of EPIDEMIC

1
: affecting or tending to affect a disproportionately large number of individuals within a population, community, or region at the same time

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#12 Oct 20, 2013
SATANISGOD wrote:
<quoted text>see frustrated limp wristed hillbilly control freak, this is what guns do to innocent kids

Guns killing children: An American epidemic

Kids are shooting kids. Daily News study reveals shocking numbers as the gun rights battle rages on: 40 children accidentally shot by themselves or other kids since Newtown. Add in adult culprits, and there have been at least 120 kids shot dead in all.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/guns...
Tell me if you make guns as illegal as cocaine how many tons of guns will enter into the hands of criminals that want them everyday????

Guns are all but illegal here in Mexico and all semi auto rifles of any caliber are in fact restricted to military and police....
Along with all pistols larger than 9mm

Penalties for having a illegal weapon are far more strict here than in the USA but this stops no criminal from getting a gun

Because Vallarta is where the rich Mexicans vacation the police are lax on private gun ownership we are the safest city in Mexico

Now add to this fact that the USA has more murders with non gun weapons than most countries does that not point out another problem??

Pools kill more children than guns........

What you are talking about is gang banging teens not kids

But liberals don't understand that

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#13 Oct 20, 2013
Rick Moss wrote:
<quoted text>Do you genuinely believe firearms are anthropomorphic? Are your kitchen appliances out to get you too?
Everybody and everything is out to get him

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#14 Oct 20, 2013
SATANISGOD wrote:
<quoted text>wow... another gun nut voicing opinions and no credible data to back up his assertions... typical NRA tactic....wave dirty diaper around the room, and hope something sticks to the wall...
Yes a liberal would call business week not credible but believe their liberal gods when they said they could not tell them what was in a bill until after they voted it law

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#15 Oct 20, 2013
SATANISGOD wrote:
<quoted text>examine the data you posted dumb F-uk..gun homicides for ages 1-14 held steady at 0.4 from 2000-2010.... no drop.... IT IS AN EPEDEMIC....

read the definition... I realize english is second language for am moron...

Definition of EPIDEMIC

1
: affecting or tending to affect a disproportionately large number of individuals within a population, community, or region at the same time
I see you can't read very well........

This site is just a chart......requires very little reading..........

And remember pools kill more kids than guns but pools don't put food on the table or protect you like a gun but they both are recreation

http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in...

Ps
This is the FBI..........LOL

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#18 Oct 20, 2013
satanlives wrote:
<quoted text>from your business week article:(read the last sentence,dip$hit)....levels are high...

The Times didn’t offer any specifics. Why not? They’re not difficult to find. The Centers for Disease Control website provides one statistical snapshot (PDF): From 1999
through 2010, child gun deaths attributed to accident, homicide, and suicide all declined (although the absolute levels are still alarmingly high)
So are the levels of kidnapping, rape and shoplifting........

You just are not smart enough to understand that

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#19 Oct 20, 2013
satanlives wrote:
<quoted text>since I busted you, now you are going off on a tangent to pools.... typical retard maneuver....

what next, bicycle accidents? perhaps trampoline accidents...and then suicides....bwhahahhahahahhaha
Busted me by calling the FBI a blogger????

And posting crime stats from the FBI is going on a tangent????

You might want to resume taking your meds
Marauder

Anchorage, AK

#20 Oct 20, 2013
SATANISGOD wrote:
<quoted text>
examine the data you posted dumb F-uk..gun homicides for ages 1-14 held steady at 0.4 from 2000-2010.... no drop.... IT IS AN EPEDEMIC....
read the definition... I realize english is second language for am moron...
Definition of EPIDEMIC
1
: affecting or tending to affect a disproportionately large number of individuals within a population, community, or region at the same time
This is really no laughing matter...but your stupidity and ignorance is pathetic. YOU can't even read AND comprehend.

From a high of 254 in 2002...to a low of 208 in 2010...a drop of 46 children...is a GOOD THING. There were drops in all categories and proves you and the NY Times as liars. Was it significant enough to change the "rate"...?...apparen tly not...but that does not change the fact that less children have been killed and is NOT an "epidemic".

You're still a stupid, chickenschitt, lying, criminal POS, extremist, "frustrated control freak"...now go play with your illegal switchblade.
Marauder

Anchorage, AK

#21 Oct 20, 2013
satanlives wrote:
<quoted text>
since I busted you, now you are going off on a tangent to pools.... typical retard maneuver....
what next, bicycle accidents? perhaps trampoline accidents...and then suicides....bwhahahhahahahhaha
"busted"...ROTFLMAO. ..that's funny coming from you...you think you some grand notion that you're a cop...?...lol

GFY, stupid.
Marauder

Anchorage, AK

#23 Oct 21, 2013
satanlives wrote:
<quoted text>
I doubt you are ever far from that goverment check coming in your mailbox, you ignorant, lying, criminal POS, extremist, mooching, limp wirsted "sexually frustrated control freak".
More spamming blah...blah...blah...from the stupid, lying, criminal POS, extremist, "frustrated control freak" that can't even articulate his own "attack"...he has to copy and paste from another "frustrated control freak".

Now that is sad...ROTFLMAO

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