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It's the Guns, Stupid

Why go to a gunfight in the first place?  (Feb 28, 2013 | post #101367)

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If you are reffering to Adelaidean and myself, we are 2 separate peeps... Im in St Agnes.. got no idea where he is... Frankly dont care too much about this forum anymore because there is no point to it... I dont care too much about fanatical gun owners, Im just ecstatic that I live in the best damn country on the planet....  (Feb 28, 2013 | post #101366)

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Premeditated perhaps, but not in the case of a domestic dispute, robbery or a suicidal person. Sure there are other weapons that can be used in many of these cases - the differences is the permant nature of being blown away by an elephant gun compared to a slice from a steak knife.  (Feb 28, 2013 | post #101296)

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Global warming: Study suggests temperatures in West Antar...

if all of the Antarctics ice was to melt, oceans would rise by 60 - 65m globally, we have a looong way to go. Likelihood that the minute variations we are seeing today could turn into that sort of scope? unknown.. the science of Antarctica is in its infancy. The West Antarctic Ice Sheet is, in places, over 2000 m thick, with the geological floor well below sea level. The marine basins are variable, with both rough mountainous terrain and flat, deep oceanic basins[2], with a maximum depth of 2555 m below present sea level. Satellite radar altimetry measurements indicate that the East Antarctic ice-sheet interior north of 81.6°S increased in mass by 45 ± 7 billion metric tons per year from 1992 to 2003. Comparisons with contemporaneous meteorological model snowfall estimates suggest that the gain in mass was associated with increased precipitation. A gain of this magnitude is enough to slow sea-level rise by 0.12 ± 0.02 millimeters per year. In short, Antarctica is a large Continent. Typically you will have events in any given decade in any given area - akin to a regional drought - which may appear unfavourable, but when balanced across the continent (otherwise known as being in context) it shows clarity of the situation. No need to fear, we wont drown.  (Jan 11, 2013 | post #1)

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I agree, its about the 20 children that lost their FREEDOM, its about those that lost their FREEDOM in cinemas, in shopping centres, its the spouses that are shot dead in domestic disputes, its about the homicide rate, its about the FREEDOM of those who DIE from the effects of the current laws. America neglects to protect the innocent, America neglects to protect the FREEDOM from fear, the FREEDOM to love, and the FREEDOM to live. "Do you expect the American people to take so lightly this assault on their freedom?" I hope not.  (Jan 11, 2013 | post #95431)

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pfft ignorant ass.. this is what is called a debate.. moron.  (Jan 11, 2013 | post #95428)

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The attackers are clearly scum who deserve to share a cell with peodophiles.  (Jan 5, 2013 | post #94167)

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Of course! and to drive a car, you need to have a license... probationary periods, tests etc. So the protagonist who suggested that there are no laws for cars so why should there be laws for guns is a complete dick.  (Jan 5, 2013 | post #94161)

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USA Stats: ■Nationw ide in 2005, there were an estimated 417,122 robbery offenses. ■In terms of robbery trends, robbery had the largest percentage increase, 3.9 percent, in the estimated number of offenses when compared with the 2004 estimate. The estimated number of robbery offenses declined 22.1 percent in a comparison with the data from 10 years earlier (1996 and 2005). ■By location type, most robberies (44.1 percent) were committed on streets or highways. ■Firearm s were used in 42.1 percent of reported robberies.  (Jan 5, 2013 | post #94158)

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I have no fear, I need no gun.  (Jan 5, 2013 | post #94154)

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What happens after I apply? The police station will forward the application to Firearms Branch. Checks will be done into your suitability to hold a licence. If you are considered a suitable person, Firearms Branch will send you a 'training letter' advising you of the training you will be required to undertake, depending on the purpose for which you wish to hold the licence. •If a T.A.F.E. course is required, information of venues of courses is supplied with the 'training letter'. •If your purpose is as a member of a recognised firearms club, your club's training officer will provide you with the relevant information. •If your purpose is as a security guard, a list of authorised security training instructors will be supplied with the 'training letter'. Justification will also include proof of employment with a licensed security company. Further justification will be required for some classes and purposes of use. Justification will generally not be required for purpose of use 2 (target shooting) and 3 (hunting) and 4 (paintball). When justifications and training certificates are received, Firearms Branch will send you a 'data card', with which you attend at a photo point, again provide your 100 points of identification and pay the prescribed licence fee. Upon payment, an 'interim licence' will be issued.  (Jan 5, 2013 | post #94137)

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Love your work mate.  (Jan 5, 2013 | post #94132)

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Tray, so far behind the USA? I dont think so... Have a nice recession and housing slump recently? We dont particularly want to follow the USA anyway. Our fortunes are attached to China and rest of Asia.  (Jan 5, 2013 | post #94129)

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You clearly are too stupid for words. The law is the law. If it required me to keep my car in a certain way, I would be obliged to do so. But it does not. Further to this: The premises must be fitted with an ‘intruder alarm system’ if more than 15 firearms are stored on the premises. ‘Intruder alarm system’ means an alarm system which is installed, maintained and operated in accordance with Australian Standard 2201.1.2007 (as amended from time to time) and which, in the event of an intrusion, activates an audible alarm warning device and an external visible alarm warning light.  (Jan 5, 2013 | post #94127)

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George Zimmerman... he is such a great ambassador for your cause..  (Jan 5, 2013 | post #94122)