Quote of the day—Jennifer Sensiba 三四八 @JenniferSensiba

That’s because a AR (that stands for Assault Murder Rifle) shoots bullets so dense and powerful that they can go through anything. They’re illegal in Europe because even CERN can’t make antimatter explosions like that. THINK OF THE CHILDREN

Jennifer Sensiba 三四八 @JenniferSensiba
Tweeted on March 22, 2022
[Perhaps it is a little overdone, but it’s only off in the directness, not in the underlying content.—Joe]


6 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Jennifer Sensiba 三四八 @JenniferSensiba

  1. Like damn, I wish! But all that being said. How many of our forefathers would have given their left nut for a gun like the AR15?
    We think of it as low powered cartridge. What would Lewis and Clark have thought of it?
    Good satire. And I would say it’s only considered a “murder weapon” if it’s being pointed at you?

    • Re forefathers: for a nice study of that question, read “Guns of the South” by Harry Turtledove. His specialty is “alternate history” novels. This one is a bit different in that it throws in science fiction. Specifically, time travelers from an Afrikaner terrorist group going back to 1862, to deliver AK-47s to Robert E. Lee.
      Excellent story.

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