That's all great, fine & dandy, scar scar.
Thank ye, Ar Ar.
Ahh, you're still hung up on this ridiculous notion it requires intent or forethought to employ a firearm, and intend to kill someone with it.I'm still waiting for an instance where a gun kills. IE; the gun does the killing and not the person.
If a 3 year old were to happen to somehow come into contact with a firearm, inadvertently pull the trigger(not knowing, of course, it's a firearm or knowing what it is at all) and the firearm discharges and kills a person.
What killed the person, the 3 year old or the firearm?
Will you say it was the person who allowed the 3 year old to come into possession of the firearm that killed the victim?
In either case, there was no intent to kill, and yet, the firearm inflicted the killing strike or blow.
The stick. It was the stick that went in your head and killed you.So you pretend to shoot me with that stick of yours. You go "pew! pew! pew!" and of course nothing happens.
Then say that pisses you off, so you take that stick and jam it in my head, killing me.
What would you say killed me? You or the stick?
I just put it there.
An imaginary stick can't be jammed anywhere in your head and kill you.
You've never utilized the killing potential of inanimate objects very much, have you.
Another question for you, when you place out rat poison or a mouse trap, what do you think it is that kills the rodent?