Is it true that a man who needs an assault weapon to feel like a man is just compensating for the lack of something else? You know what I mean guys.
February 4, 2013
Comment to Assault Weapons Ban Likely To Die So That Broader Gun Policy Legislation Can Live
[It’s another Markley’s Law Monday!—Joe]
I’ll answer that. “Nope.”
I need an assault weapon to feel like a woman.
Is it true that a man who needs to make other men helpless to the aggression of strangers to feel like a man is just compensating for the lack of something else? You know what I mean guys.
Fixed it for him.
Freud had a term for that, but it’s been 36 years since college, and I’ve forgotten the specific term (Castration complex? He feels unmanned by the knowledge that somewhere, some man is more capable than him and capable of responsibly handling deadly force).
when you are in an alley and some vermin is punching the shit out of you and going to rape you,you should pray that I’m nearby with an assault to save your sorry ass
Wait; if anyone “needs…to feel like a man” there’s already a problem, right there. A man doesn’t need to feel like a man, or feel like anything at all. Check your premises. Where did all this “feelings” bullcrap come from? And check your feelings– If you have any, you may want to consider the problems that your feelings have gotten you into in your past (and your present, and the likelihood of feelings getting you into trouble in your future). My ideal of a man is that person who can bring some semblance of sanity (objectivity) to a group of people who are acting on their feelings (and are thus in trouble). He may well need a good firearm for that if someone’s feelings have gotten the best of them.
No, Young Grasshopper – your feelings are not your friends. They’re not you. You don’t have feelings – They have you.
Now; what were we talking about?