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Girl accidentally shoots her brother in the head
Posted 11/9/13

BLACKOUTMK2 wrote:

Whenever negative news surrounding weapons jumps up there are always those who go nuts and start shouting 'ban them' from the rooftops. Is it not common sense to not point a real gun

This is why.



Because the average human is not intelligent enough.

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Posted 11/9/13

dankuuwut wrote:


BLACKOUTMK2 wrote:

Whenever negative news surrounding weapons jumps up there are always those who go nuts and start shouting 'ban them' from the rooftops. Is it not common sense to not point a real gun

This is why.



Because the average human is not intelligent enough.



Haha, Deadpool. I love that picture and the gif, too. But yes I agree, too many people lack common sense these days and that's coming from someone who believes he has done many stupid things. You know there's something wrong when a fool believes he's surrounded by fools.
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Why didn't they check if the safety was on? Or at least know if there were bullets?
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another winner of the Darwin awards
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smh just woow
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Posted 11/9/13

Michio2012 wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:

That's why you shouldn't allow people to have guns in possession.


Wrong. This is why you should not let somebody else handle your guns and all gun owners should take safety courses.


They also ignored the first rule of competitions and courses: any gun that isn't dismantled is loaded and deadly.


Uhu, still this could have been done with something else instead of a gun.
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Posted 11/9/13

uncletim wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:

That's why you shouldn't allow people to have guns in possession.


if she had hit her brother in the head with a rock would you outlaw rocks?



Its very unlikely that someone would hit someone accidently in the head with a rock., I can understand if it happens with a weapon, still, weapons are unecessary if you think about it real good.
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Posted 11/9/13

Princeblaster wrote:


uncletim wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:

That's why you shouldn't allow people to have guns in possession.


if she had hit her brother in the head with a rock would you outlaw rocks?



Its very unlikely that someone would hit someone accidently in the head with a rock., I can understand if it happens with a weapon, still, weapons are unecessary if you think about it real good.


well if think real hard about it 100 times more people die from cars then guns so should cars be outlawed?

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Posted 11/9/13 , edited 11/9/13

uncletim wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:


uncletim wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:

That's why you shouldn't allow people to have guns in possession.


if she had hit her brother in the head with a rock would you outlaw rocks?



Its very unlikely that someone would hit someone accidently in the head with a rock., I can understand if it happens with a weapon, still, weapons are unecessary if you think about it real good.


well if think real hard about it 100 times more people die from cars then guns so should cars be outlawed?



I only think its better for people to have no guns in possession and thats my personal opinion, maybe that I should have said that earlier.
People die more from car accidents indeed, but if you are a little realistic you know that weapons are more of a threat when it comes to people dying. (not only accidental)

You don't need to make a big deal about my opinion, as my opinion won't change.
If you think it should be allowed, okay.
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Princeblaster wrote:


Michio2012 wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:

That's why you shouldn't allow people to have guns in possession.


Wrong. This is why you should not let somebody else handle your guns and all gun owners should take safety courses.


They also ignored the first rule of competitions and courses: any gun that isn't dismantled is loaded and deadly.


Uhu, still this could have been done with something else instead of a gun.


Quite right. Kitchen knives, electric wires, large rocks and cars could all be used to kill just as easily. That's why it's illogical to try to argue that people in general shouldn't have guns, since anything can be used to kill just as easily, if not more easily considering how precise guns tend to be compared to things like knives.
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Posted 11/9/13 , edited 11/9/13

Michio2012 wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:


Michio2012 wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:

That's why you shouldn't allow people to have guns in possession.


Wrong. This is why you should not let somebody else handle your guns and all gun owners should take safety courses.


They also ignored the first rule of competitions and courses: any gun that isn't dismantled is loaded and deadly.


Uhu, still this could have been done with something else instead of a gun.


Quite right. Kitchen knives, electric wires, large rocks and cars could all be used to kill just as easily. That's why it's illogical to try to argue that people in general shouldn't have guns, since anything can be used to kill just as easily, if not more easily considering how precise guns tend to be compared to things like knives.


Don't you think the amount of percentage would decrease drastically if people weren't allowed to possess guns? Since it's easier to finish someone off with a gun than lets say a knife. You don't need alot of courage to just kill someone with a gun instead of facing the person him/herself.

There are still alot of other options to kill someone indeed, but that aside for now.
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Posted 11/9/13 , edited 11/9/13

Princeblaster wrote:


Michio2012 wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:


Michio2012 wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:

That's why you shouldn't allow people to have guns in possession.


Wrong. This is why you should not let somebody else handle your guns and all gun owners should take safety courses.


They also ignored the first rule of competitions and courses: any gun that isn't dismantled is loaded and deadly.


Uhu, still this could have been done with something else instead of a gun.


Quite right. Kitchen knives, electric wires, large rocks and cars could all be used to kill just as easily. That's why it's illogical to try to argue that people in general shouldn't have guns, since anything can be used to kill just as easily, if not more easily considering how precise guns tend to be compared to things like knives.


Don't you think the amount of percentage would decrease drastically if people weren't allowed to possess guns? Since it's easier to finish someone off with a gun than lets say a knife. You don't need alot of courage to just kill someone with a gun instead of facing the person him/herself.

There are still alot of other options to kill someone indeed, but that aside for now.


If we're arguing for situations of criminals using guns, outlawing the possession or use of guns simply won't work. Criminals would use mules to buy guns for them or arms dealers to transport them. A good way to fix it would be to just have a "gun audit" on gun owners where they demonstrate which guns they still have and what happened to the ones they don't. That way, it'd be harder to be gun mule. Banning guns entirely wouldn't work at all. Arms dealers' businesses would just get bigger since they would now have the monopoly on firerarms for criminals. All it would do is increase interest in the area of illegal gun transport and sale.
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If you pick up a firearm, point it at another person and pull the trigger, it's not an "accident". You've made a series of deliberate choices, and the consequences of what happens thereafter are yours to bear.
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Posted 11/9/13 , edited 11/9/13

Michio2012 wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:


Michio2012 wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:


Michio2012 wrote:


Princeblaster wrote:

That's why you shouldn't allow people to have guns in possession.


Wrong. This is why you should not let somebody else handle your guns and all gun owners should take safety courses.


They also ignored the first rule of competitions and courses: any gun that isn't dismantled is loaded and deadly.


Uhu, still this could have been done with something else instead of a gun.


Quite right. Kitchen knives, electric wires, large rocks and cars could all be used to kill just as easily. That's why it's illogical to try to argue that people in general shouldn't have guns, since anything can be used to kill just as easily, if not more easily considering how precise guns tend to be compared to things like knives.


Don't you think the amount of percentage would decrease drastically if people weren't allowed to possess guns? Since it's easier to finish someone off with a gun than lets say a knife. You don't need alot of courage to just kill someone with a gun instead of facing the person him/herself.

There are still alot of other options to kill someone indeed, but that aside for now.


If we're arguing for situations of criminals using guns, outlawing the possession or use of guns simply won't work. Criminals would use mules to buy guns for them or arms dealers to transport them. A good way to fix it would be to just have a "gun audit" on gun owners where they demonstrate which guns they still have and what happened to the ones they don't. That way, it'd be harder to be gun mule. Banning guns entirely wouldn't work at all. Arms dealers' businesses would just get bigger since they would now have the monopoly on firerarms for criminals. All it would do is increase interest in the area of illegal gun transport and sale.


I hope that that's the case then, because I live in a country where guns are banned and you never hear about cases occuring including guns, ofcourse it happens.. but you never really here about it here.
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