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LOL, now that is efficient! On another point, you have the right of free travel, given that the roads are either obstruction or for public use, cars have already been included into that by default (anyone want to move them so they dont block citizens?). Reference: Constitutional Licence, a State License is a privilage, as it is nothing more than an agreement between you and the state.....  (Dec 3, 2007 | post #6754)

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What I find interesting is that you utilize the argument of the 'greater good' in order to push further 'registration'. The interesting point is that you are trying to combat something where, now listen carefully, as it is the point you continually miss, registration has apparently failed. So, from a purely factual bases, why if registration failed, do you think further registration would succeede? Given that the same circumvention methods exist. You would enevetibly end up at a position of total control as you tighten the noose thinking all along you could control the human factor. Taking everyone along for the ride. Need? Want? desire? choice? All irrelevant, quite frankly the whole point of free will is just that, the choice. So, in an effort to constrain/control that which cannot control (good/evil there cannot be one with out the other) you will restrict down to the point where you gain the desired affect. Now mind you, dead people are quite complacient, but they must be dead. So where do you draw the line? You speak of it but you dont apply it, how far are you willing to go before your ego shatters in the fact you cannot control the mind?  (Dec 3, 2007 | post #6753)

Colorado Springs, CO

D-11 bans Insane Clown Posse apparel

And when gangs start branding clothing then you may consider it. Pointing out the flaws in life is a reality check. Personally, ICP sucks musically speaking. And in someone elses opnion my music sucks, welcome to opnion. But to govern life down to a t-shirt from a music group out of ignorance of the person wearing the shirt? That is not only ignorance, it is ludicris. Tommy hillfinger colone next? I hear alot of criminals like the fragrance. Cars? Criminals use cars, and much more effectively than any tshirt could ever be. Wake up, your body does not go into idot mode because of the clothes you wear and the sooner people wake up and quite hiding from accountability the better off we will be.  (Nov 27, 2007 | post #1136)

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ROFLMAO  (Nov 13, 2007 | post #6530)

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Thought I'd drop this for your amusement, the state be Colorado folks: vSynopsis: Senate Bill 25 preempts some local firearms laws, based on the legislature's responsibility to protect the most important of all statewide concerns: the constitutional rights of Colorado's citizens. The bill enforces those rights with four specific measures: Protecting the rights of hunters to travel to transport firearms in their car while on the way to a hunting trip; and protecting the right of drivers to posses a firearm for lawful protection in their automobile Ending the collection of privacy-invading registration lists of legal gun owners. Prohibiting the banning of lawful firearms Requiring that restrictions or prohibitions on the unconcealed carrying of firearms be accompanied by posted signs, so that citizens can obey the law. These four common-sense protections of civil rights do not interfere with any legitimate local interests in firearms regulation. Discussion: Forty-four states have some form of firearms preemption. From very liberal Rhode Island and Maryland on the Atlantic Ocean, to very liberal California and Oregon on the Pacific Coast--and almost everywhere in-between--state legislatures have decided to prohibit some or all local laws regarding firearms. These preemption laws have two foundations: First and foremost, protecting citizens from infringement of their federal Second Amendment rights, and from infringements of their state constitutional rights to arms and rights to self-defense. The second foundation is simply good government, giving citizens one clear statewide law to follow, rather than a confusing pastiche of local laws. The only states totally without preemption are Colorado, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, New Hampshire, and Ohio. Like Colorado, New Hampshire is currently considering enactment of a preemption statute. Various "fact sheets" from the Brady Campaign misstate the extent of preemption laws. For example, a "Facts and Information" brochure about preemption laws states that there is no preemption in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Nebraska, and New York. In fact, Connecticut forbids local governments to make gun dealer licensing more stringent than state laws. (See Dwyer v. Farrell, 475 A.2d 257 [1984].) Massachusetts preempts all gun licensing (Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 140 sect. 129B), and the state constitution forbids local laws inconsistent with state law; for this reason, Boston's Dec. 1989 ban on "assault weapons" was not allowed to go into effect until the state legislature later passed a bill authorizing the ban. Nebraska's state constitutional right to arms declares that the right "shall not be denied or infringed by the state or any subdivision thereof" (Neb. Const., art. I, sect. 1); Nebraska's statewide handgun laws are preemptive except for measures enacted before 1991. (See Neb. Stat. 69-2425.) New York State preempts handgun licensing. (N.Y. Penal Law, sect. 400). Accordingly, there are only six states without some form of preemption. In states which enact preemption laws, the leading model is to totally forbid local gun laws. Half of the preemption states--including Wyoming, New Mexico, and Utah--take this approach. About half a dozen others completely prohibit all new local laws, but allow some grandfathered local laws to remain on the books. Senate Bill 25 is much narrower than the majority model of complete preemption. While the bill would eliminate some abusive local laws, a great many local laws would remain untouched.  (Nov 13, 2007 | post #6516)

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There is always that moment of awkward silence when the truth manifests itsself in such pure form.  (Oct 31, 2007 | post #6086)

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I like you, I have reserved a place for you on the sea of arrogance. Read the posts, you avoid replying to Achron directly till all this time later he actually steps out and Calls You an Ass. I Figured he was just blowing you off, I was truly interested in the fact that of all of his posts you simply could not address the subject matter presented and did not. I present you this, counter his points or change your propaganda, its getting boring. Just an observation, no weak hearted need apply......  (Oct 4, 2007 | post #4955)

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Wow, God complex...  (Oct 4, 2007 | post #4953)

Colorado Springs, CO

Springs school suspends fans of rap group

First off, I don't like ICP. Hell, I dont like Elvis either. HOWEVER: Provided there is no profanity, nudity, etc... there really is no issue, no violation. There has been little talk of the depiction on the shirt. Every generation rebels against over control, some rebel against any control. Elvis fans, I'm sorry but at his time he was considered profane but they did not kick you out of school for it. Personally I just remember he died in his own vomit on a toilet. So please stop pretending you followed every rule...all 3 your schools had at the time. We really need to thank the PMRC circa 80's or somewhere there about, back then it was WASP they sacrificed, then went after Ozzy, ect... Safety does not equate to forcing your moral down someones throat under the guise of concern. Besides, remember, it will only elevate to the level you allow it, want it popular? Ban it... ICP lovers: its your ears, dont hurt me none those who see beyond the letters, keep freethinking! Those who simply insulted, or waved your finger, consider this: You jumped on the band wagon, your mind was easily swayed to ICP=Profanity/Gang s, they are a band. In the words of 1 of the greatest musicians (IMHO) to grace this little blue rock: I'm Gonna Get My Kicks Before The Whole Shit House Goes Up In Flames.... Jim Morrison Man did he know what was comming?  (Oct 3, 2007 | post #117)

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Hey, give the solution some creidt. Just because he 'borrowed' it from the dictators guide public servitude does not mean it would not work. .ah..eh...WAIT...We live in a free country.  (Sep 30, 2007 | post #4739)

KUSA Denver

Officers cleared after shooting death

Actually the statement already answered that. There is a paradigm shift in thinking as the world becomes a smaller place too many incidents and mentalities have caused extream discord on both sides. So, in accordance, you have said yes trust this side or die. Or did I misunderstand?  (Sep 26, 2007 | post #64)

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Officers cleared after shooting death

yes, I did see that, and funny enough, this is the true effect that can be changed in a preemptive mannor vs. making more laws against the general public because of an isolated incident (Meaning, for those word perves, over 5% of the total gross numbers). No law can cover this only open public decision. But that would never be trusted, It would require Both sides however both have cause to be alarmed. Truely vexing.....  (Sep 24, 2007 | post #52)

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Ok, put the crack pipe down, I did no such thing, but your welcome to point out where you misunderstood something you thought you read then placed an entire statement on it to solidify your phantom point. So, please, explain....  (Sep 23, 2007 | post #4543)

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Wow, guess that means, statistically, you figured out that commiting suicide is a bad idea? I'll have to note that one, might forget or something.  (Sep 23, 2007 | post #4542)

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The inference that only gun holders hate is the hinge pin of your above statement. You display what could be consider hate, so thus you are a gun owner. Did your partents teach you that hate?  (Sep 23, 2007 | post #4541)

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