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    Antis say the darndest things :D

    Post screenshots of antis saying funny things. Not just stupid things, but things that are really funny. Yes, funny is subjective, but the point is that we're trying to laugh here, not get mad here. We can be mad elsewhere.
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    I mean, come on... Part of the constitution is unconstitutional? XD hahaha


    And next... A civil war between gun owners and everyone that doesn't own guns? REALLY? hahaha
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    She's in for a surprise. I do have military training. USMC, thank you very much. One-shot-one-kill doctrine, meaning don't spray-and-pray, or lay down suppressing fire--hit the danged enemy with the first shot and put him out of action (just means focus on actual marksmanship).

    Of course, marksmanship training didn't speak to my baser instincts nearly as much as bayonet drill. She seems to have completely overlooked that part.

    Some years ago I recognized an omission in all the yak about sending sons and daughters into harms way. Phffft. When a US Marine steps onto the battlefield, he's not stepping into harm's way. He is harm's way.

    Its just a matter of attitude. And, I still have the ability to adopt that attitude. I can still find within myself the animal instinct to sink a bayonet into my enemy's chest, twist it with a guttural snarl, and withdraw it, totally disregarding the pain and surprise in his face--and his humanity--while I look to my next target. I don't like it. But, I can still find it. And use it if and when it becomes necessary.
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    She would make a good slave.
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    Lol to that first pic... a huge uprising of anti's against gun owners... well, guess who's got the superior firepower lady! Man, they just don't think things through...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baked on Grease View Post
    Lol to that first pic... a huge uprising of anti's against gun owners... well, guess who's got the superior firepower lady! Man, they just don't think things through...
    +1

    Which leads right into FireArms Instructors comment about her making a good slave.

    Not for me; got no use for slaves--gotta supervise them all the time; who would even want a slave? But, somebody, say an enslaver, would sure appreciate her...um...lack of thinking.
    I'll make you an offer: I will argue and fight for all of your rights, if you will do the same for me. That is the only way freedom can work. We have to respect all rights, all the time--and strive to win the rights of the other guy as much as for ourselves.

    If I am equal to another, how can I legitimately govern him without his express individual consent?

    There is no human being on earth I hate so much I would actually vote to inflict government upon him.

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    Let's see, who would win in the hypothetical "civil war" the anti was talking about: unarmed herd () or an armed group. Kind of like asking whether an egg or a concrete sidewalk would be the first to break when the two meet at high speed, if you ask me.
    Then again, we gun carriers are, as a whole, less inclined to do violence upon a non-aggressor.

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    Grab the popcorn for the Ghost Gun video clip:
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    tax invaders?

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    And after that anti's envisioned civil war the US would be entirely populated by CC-only folks ... because you know, all us OC peeps would be killed first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen View Post
    She seems to have completely overlooked that part.
    Hmm I doubt it's so much an oversight as just not having any clue whatsoever what she's talking about. lol

    Rusty, I had forgotten how funny that was hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealthyeliminator View Post
    Post screenshots of antis saying funny things. Not just stupid things, but things that are really funny. Yes, funny is subjective, but the point is that we're trying to laugh here, not get mad here. We can be mad elsewhere.
    Well... Apparently, Judi Green has never read the Constitution, ever, and Andre Angive never studied history.

    So... Typical antis.
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    I was invited to and attended a 'civil conversation' last night based on Parker J. Palmer's Healing the Heart of Democracy. This morning I messaged the facilitator my thanks-but-no-thanks, that I would rather enjoy my neighbors unknown than tolerate their demotic (means common, vulgar) cliches. The worst was democracy.

    All this in the theme of creating safe spaces for discourse, a la our thread on people claiming uncomfortable and universities safe-rooms from discourse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealthyeliminator View Post
    Rusty, I had forgotten how funny that was hahaha
    Before that video came out, I would do (what I THOUGHT was) a pretty good impersonation of an anti going full-auto stupid; some of my posts on OCDO made sarcastic mention to "evil, black, high-caliber, large-power, puppy-kicking assault clip weapons". Then DeLeon comes along and completely blows my best impression out of the water.


    Now, another funny video (I know, you asked for screenshots, I just figured the videos could be pretty entertaining as well).

    First off, I'd like to mention that I didn't feel the "primal instincts" these guys are talking about the first time I ever fired a gun (bolt action, Mosin Nagant to be precise) at around the age of 9, or the first time I fired semi auto anything (which was about three years ago).

    Maybe I'm just not "masculine" enough to lose control like the anti-gunners.

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    "The real men were the ones at the gun range who knew what they were doing."

    Yep.
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    What bunch of metrosexual wimps and they sure were not shooting full power 500S@W loads.


    They went to make a political statement not to learn about guns.


    I seen these types come thru our police academy's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Young Man View Post
    Before that video came out, I would do (what I THOUGHT was) a pretty good impersonation of an anti going full-auto stupid; some of my posts on OCDO made sarcastic mention to "evil, black, high-caliber, large-power, puppy-kicking assault clip weapons". Then DeLeon comes along and completely blows my best impression out of the water.


    Now, another funny video (I know, you asked for screenshots, I just figured the videos could be pretty entertaining as well).

    First off, I'd like to mention that I didn't feel the "primal instincts" these guys are talking about the first time I ever fired a gun (bolt action, Mosin Nagant to be precise) at around the age of 9, or the first time I fired semi auto anything (which was about three years ago).

    Maybe I'm just not "masculine" enough to lose control like the anti-gunners.

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    Oh, videos are cool, too, for sure!

    I can only imagine that their reaction is a result of a certain immaturity. Yes, absolutely, shooting can be fun, and a rush, probably especially for first time shooters, but to liken a firearm to a toy, or imply that the fact it's fun precludes any other legitimate use, I think is very immature. There are plenty of activities and tools which can be fun to do or use, but are quite dangerous and require a certain maturity to participate in or use. I think if they conclude that they aren't mature enough or responsible enough to own or possess firearms, then perhaps they should be free to choose not to. For them to conclude that, because they aren't mature or responsible enough, they should be able to prohibit others from owning or possessing firearms, is quite illogical. Their notion that a firearm could potentially make them feel like more of a man is also a pretty significant immaturity and misunderstanding. What makes a man a man? It certainly isn't the possession of a firearm. That goes without saying. Perhaps it'd be more accurate to say that a man is someone that would stand firm in their principle and resolve, rather than attempt to impose unjustified prohibitions on others out of fear of a loss of control.
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    I don't consider myself "more of a man" when I carry my sidearm. It takes maturity to decide to use it ONLY as a tool in a certain set of circumstances. If someone lacks the maturity to make that decision, for my safety and other's, please refrain from owning a weapon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stealthyeliminator View Post
    Oh, videos are cool, too, for sure!

    I can only imagine that their reaction is a result of a certain immaturity. Yes, absolutely, shooting can be fun, and a rush, probably especially for first time shooters, but to liken a firearm to a toy, or imply that the fact it's fun precludes any other legitimate use, I think is very immature. There are plenty of activities and tools which can be fun to do or use, but are quite dangerous and require a certain maturity to participate in or use. I think if they conclude that they aren't mature enough or responsible enough to own or possess firearms, then perhaps they should be free to choose not to. For them to conclude that, because they aren't mature or responsible enough, they should be able to prohibit others from owning or possessing firearms, is quite illogical. Their notion that a firearm could potentially make them feel like more of a man is also a pretty significant immaturity and misunderstanding. What makes a man a man? It certainly isn't the possession of a firearm. That goes without saying. Perhaps it'd be more accurate to say that a man is someone that would stand firm in their principle and resolve, rather than attempt to impose unjustified prohibitions on others out of fear of a loss of control.
    +1

    We've seen this attitude lurking beneath a lot of anti's histrionics. They assume that because they are incapable of controlling themselves that everyone else is so burdened. I actually, and unfortunately, had a recent real life discussion along those lines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealthyeliminator View Post
    I mean, come on... Part of the constitution is unconstitutional? XD hahaha


    And next... A civil war between gun owners and everyone that doesn't own guns? REALLY? hahaha
    now that is FUNNY!!!! Common sense is lacking these days.
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    Personally, I find the idea of civil war frightening. But some would find the idea of the incredibly one-sided civil war proposed attractive (hint: they all have guns).

    It's always a good idea to think before you open your trap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marshaul View Post
    Personally, I find the idea of civil war frightening.
    You and me both, brother!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealthyeliminator
    So in actuality you have no evidence that anything wrong took place, you only believe that it could be spun to appear wrong. But it hasn't been. The truth has a funny way of coming out with persistence, even if it was spun negatively the truth would find its way because these people will not accept less.
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    Democracy? What skinky democracy?

    She must be talking about some other country. Our country is a Republic.

    She can smoke her democracy from her rectal cavity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marshaul View Post
    Personally, I find the idea of civil war frightening. But some would find the idea of the incredibly one-sided civil war proposed attractive (hint: they all have guns).

    It's always a good idea to think before you open your trap.
    I find the idea unpalatable as well, marshaul. Given the increasing series of events like what's happening in Baltimore, however, antis have been saying even more darndest things. Civil war is horrendous, to say the least, but if society splinters beyond a certain point, as I believe has happened to at least some degree, it may yet be unavoidable. Human emotions are fickle and largely uncontrollable. Best to just be prepared for the worst.
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