Quote of the day—j2cub612

Signing some imaginary contract to “ask” does nothing but make parents more paranoid.

By the way, if you “ask” me my answer is yes I’m an American. I have guns in my home. I signed a board called “reject paranoia” and I don’t allow children of irrational parents in my home.

June 17, 2014
Comment to Gun-control, open-carry supporters stage dueling demonstrations one week after Reynolds shooting
[I completely agree with everything except the last sentence. I’m sort of mixed on that one. I think I’m more inclined to have them in my home and let them see families with guns in a positive light.—Joe]


4 thoughts on “Quote of the day—j2cub612

  1. “Gun-control, open-carry supporters stage dueling demonstrations one week after Reynolds shooting.”

    I rushed to that article expecting to see pro- and anti-gunners going through mock duels, with demonstrations of quick-draw techniques. Alas, it was not to be.

    • I was similarly disappointed. Not even verbal duels. 🙁

      Also, did you notice the pictures of the anti-gun people were far more positive than the civil rights supporters?

      • Yeah, I noticed. Most of the pictures are of the poor, grieving anti-gunners who have bravely shown up to mourn the loss of innocent children. The few pictures of the pro-gunners shown them in the distance, from behind, or in close-ups of the guns they’re carrying openly.

        Hollywood has a lot of visual tropes it uses to establish who the bad guy is in a film. Wonder if there’s any crossover with this sort of ‘journalism’?

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