Only cowards need guns

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#5683 Mar 19, 2013

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#5684 Mar 19, 2013
Dr-Sniper wrote:
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You asked for the link, I provided the link.
Where's your link for that miniature block size, Dr-Dumbazz?

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#5685 Mar 19, 2013
Comedy Central wrote:
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wiki answers copy and paste, rofl
Mine wasn't from WIKI, wipe your chin, dear.

PS: Notice you haven't found a link to refute it.
Comedy Central

United States

#5686 Mar 19, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Mine wasn't from WIKI, wipe your chin, dear.
PS: Notice you haven't found a link to refute it.
milwaulkee69?

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#5687 Mar 19, 2013
Comedy Central wrote:
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milwaulkee69?
No Sweetie: look at my post, if you want to pretend you don't like posts from WIKI.

I have a post that confirms that a city block is more than an acre.
Comedy Central

United States

#5688 Mar 19, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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No Sweetie: look at my post, if you want to pretend you don't like posts from WIKI.
I have a post that confirms that a city block is more than an acre.
dear paranoia self destroya

post 5671 was my reply milwaulkee69 for
being a hypocrite over his googled/wiki answers
yet, you blindly replied for milwaulkee69

please don't hurt yourself trying to keep up

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#5689 Mar 19, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>There is 44,560 square feet in one acre of land. A "typical" city block (they can be many different sizes), when calculated by an engineer beginning to work on a new development, is 100,000 square feet. Thus, as a starting point, You could fit .446 city blocks on one acre of land (44,560 / 100,00. Looking at the same question from the other way, it would take 2.24 acres of land for one city block (100,000 / 44,560).
Actually you are closer to being correct than I was. See, google is not so bad. Lol.
The source I just looked up states that you could fit 0.625 square city blocks in one acre. Ill give you that one anyway.

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#5690 Mar 19, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
<quoted text>Deflect much?
Lmao! Please explain how that is deflection.

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#5691 Mar 19, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>I see you're working hard there Dr_Google - sweating much and posting on a public forum?

Correction - you've just put your foot in your mouth. Now you can put it down.
Lol, how so?
brian

Huntsville, AL

#5692 Mar 19, 2013
Stuges wrote:
Why can't gun owners step up with their hands and fight like men? Cowards.
tell that to an elderly couple that got beat too within and inch of their lives because some stranger from another town kicked in their door to rob them.
a_friend

Reading, PA

#5693 Mar 19, 2013
It's good to have at least one, for self protection if needed. Everyone has the right to bear arms. I don't like guns particularly but I will keep one small handgun around locked up.

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USA

#5694 Mar 19, 2013
Picture of Boy Holding .22 Rifle Triggers Visit From Police & Child Services in NJ

http://www.deloc.org/forums/viewtopic.php...

The fight has officially been brought to my front door

Last night I was out with a buddy of mine. I got a text from my wife that the cops and dyfs are at the house and they wanna check out my guns and needed me to open my safe.
I'm instantly on my way. I get in contact with evan Nappen on the way. I explain the situation. I walk in my house and hand the phone to the first cop I see. Then direct all of em outside. Dyfs got a call because of a pic on my son holding a gun.....
brian

United States

#5696 Mar 20, 2013
I agree that a lot of cowards carry guns, but at the same time I am an avid hunter. I know people who have been shot and killed, and I know people who had to protect their belongings. its a touchy subject.
overall however I don't believe in gun control, that just makes it harder for the honest man to get a gun. the people who register their guns typically don't shoot anyone. the gun owners who have shot someone over an argument or whatever usually haven't registered the guns. and I'm going to guess that hit men don't register their guns either. this would help control guns getting into the hands of the wrong people, also the government could charge a fee for the evaluation and possibly make a dent in this debt we are in as a nation.
personally I think this whole gun control issue is just a diversion so that we don't pay attention to something else.
until the government can stop the selling of guns between individuals (without a background check) the problem will never be solved.
now another argument: a gun has never killed anyone, it was the gun's operator. this whole thing is like saying "outlaw cars, they kill people".
may be the best way to fix this problem is to give regular mental evaluations to gun owners (?a drug test too?) if they fail they can't own a gun. if they past they could issue a gun buyers card or something like that, to show sellers of guns that the person is safe to sell guns to.

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Cape Town, South Africa

#5697 Mar 20, 2013
The military also needs guns

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#5699 Mar 20, 2013
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#5700 Mar 20, 2013
Antisocial XL wrote:
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Just as you do on a regular basis.
Big difference - I'm semi-retired, you on the other hand are stealing from your company when you should be working. Nice work ethic.

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#5701 Mar 20, 2013
Big Time wrote:
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I see you're working hard there Dr_Google - sweating much and posting on a public forum?
Correction - your links don't work,.
follow along lil bitch, law passed 1982 no murders in 25 years, bitch
UPDATE:KENNESAW, Ga.-- A man was charged with killing his estranged wife and her boyfriend in Kennesaw on Saturday night.

KENNESAW, Ga.- A man was charged in a double murder in Kennesaw on Saturday night.

A neighbor, who requested anonymity, said he was watching television at about 4 a.m. when he heard at least 15 shots fired at a house on Bexley Place in Kennesaw.

Police said they found a 32-year-old man and a 27-year-old woman shot to death. The neighbor said one victim was found in the home, the other in the grass by his neighbor's front door.

Investigators said there were obvious signs that someone broke into the house. Then they started following up on leads.

"Information started developing quickly from officers at the scene, and they were able to get a lookout for an individual they may have been looking for,” Cobb County police spokesman Joe Hernandez said.

After a nearly 17-hour search, police said they caught the shooting suspect not far from the home.

Kennesaw resident Michael Ntiamoah was arrested in connection with the murder. He faces two counts of murder, two counts of aggravated assault and burglary.

"The deceased did know the suspect. I don't know specific relations yet. That will probably come out once we notify next of kin of the death," Hernandez said.

Wrongo there twit...

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#5702 Mar 20, 2013
brian wrote:
I agree that a lot of cowards carry guns, but at the same time I am an avid hunter. I know people who have been shot and killed, and I know people who had to protect their belongings. its a touchy subject.
overall however I don't believe in gun control, that just makes it harder for the honest man to get a gun. the people who register their guns typically don't shoot anyone. the gun owners who have shot someone over an argument or whatever usually haven't registered the guns. and I'm going to guess that hit men don't register their guns either. this would help control guns getting into the hands of the wrong people, also the government could charge a fee for the evaluation and possibly make a dent in this debt we are in as a nation.
personally I think this whole gun control issue is just a diversion so that we don't pay attention to something else.
until the government can stop the selling of guns between individuals (without a background check) the problem will never be solved.
now another argument: a gun has never killed anyone, it was the gun's operator. this whole thing is like saying "outlaw cars, they kill people".
may be the best way to fix this problem is to give regular mental evaluations to gun owners (?a drug test too?) if they fail they can't own a gun. if they past they could issue a gun buyers card or something like that, to show sellers of guns that the person is safe to sell guns to.
so u think fixing the problem is to give mental evaluations, drug tests? and just How are u gonna do that with the unregistered gun owners? im sure they'll all line up for this. lol

and IMO.. the argument of guns never killing anyone is a silly one since guns were made for killing.

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#5703 Mar 20, 2013
Big Time wrote:
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I see you're working hard there Dr_Google - sweating much and posting on a public forum?
Correction - your links don't work,.
follow along lil bitch, law passed 1982 no murders in 25 years, bitch
I don't mind doing all the work for you, but maybe next time use something other than a video game platform to pull up internet links.

Kennesaw Man Convicted of Murder Could Be Released
Tuesday, John McNeil's years-long legal fight could come to an end.

February 8, 2013
John McNeil is serving life in prison for aggravated assault and felony murder in the 2005 shooting death of Brian Epp. John McNeil was sentenced to life in prison for fatally shooting a man at his Kennesaw home in 2005, supporters spent years fighting for his freedom.

Tuesday, that years-long legal fight could come to an end, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

McNeil, whose wife died of breast cancer on Saturday, is scheduled to go before a Cobb County Superior Court judge and plead to a lesser crime of manslaughter, a move that could allow him to leave state prison as early as next week.

McNeil is serving life in prison for aggravated assault and felony murder in the Dec. 6, 2005, shooting death of Brian Epp, the builder of his Kennesaw home.

According to court documents, McNeil’s teenage son called to say that there was a strange man in the backyard of the family's home who had pulled a knife on him. McNeil rushed home. While en route, he called 911 to tell authorities all that had happened, court records indicate. Despite pleas from the operator to remain in his vehicle, McNeil got out of his car with a gun. An argument with Epp ensued. McNeil fired a warning shot into the ground. Epp moved toward McNeil in the driveway. McNeil shot and killed him.

McNeil's supporters, including his late wife and the NAACP, said he acted in self-defense. Police said the same thing initially and cleared McNeil of any charges. But nine months later, prosecutors charged him with murder, and a Cobb County jury convicted him and sentenced him to life in prison in 2006.

The case sparked debate about Georgia's version of the so-called stand your ground law, the defense being used in Florida in the February 2012 shooting death of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin.

Even as she fought breast cancer, Anita McNeil maintained that her hubsand was only guilty of trying to protect his family and worked to secure his release.

As recently as October, she joined the NAACP for a news conference shortly after Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens appealed a judge's ruling that John McNeil should have been released because of multiple errors at trial.

That appeal sent the case back to the Georgia Supreme Court, where the case is pending. The state's highest court in 2008 upheld McNeil's conviction.

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#5704 Mar 20, 2013
If you cant win an argument with reason or debate have your opponent silenced.

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