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Thread: Sticky needed to gather positive gun use incidents - to combat antigun legislation

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    Sticky needed to gather positive gun use incidents - to combat antigun legislation

    As some know, when a bill is at a committee level and they have a hearing then this is the time to present written, documentary, and oral information to the legislature(s).

    It would be nice if there was a sticky to "dump" all the positive stories regarding carry and general gun use where people use there firearms to protect themselves and others from aggressors.

    Then someone who wished to write their legislators or present evidence of how guns save people then it would be an easier task to get the data needed to the legislator's attention.

    What do you think? I'll include a poll to this post for people to easily vote.

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    We don't need more stickies. Some pretty silly things are being stickied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack House View Post
    well maybe reddit is not totally useless ...

    want to see pics of dead cats? Go to reddit !

    My cat,
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    I miss my cat !

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    well maybe reddit is not totally useless ...

    want to see pics of dead cats? Go to reddit !

    My cat,
    my cat
    I miss my cat !
    Remember that Dick's article I posted about them removing rifles from shelves in the aftermath of Sandy Hook? It was, as far as I'm aware, the first thread about that subject. I found it on Reddit. I can't remember the last time I saw a photo of a dead cat on Reddit except for photos of the cat while it was still alive in /r/petloss. /r/petloss is a section devoted to grieving pet owners that have lost a pet and needed an outlet to discuss their loss outside of their normal social circle.

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