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Leon On about 12 hours ago




San Diego, California
#31New Post! Aug 06, 2019 @ 15:18:50
I think the real danger for South Koreans is forgetting to eat.
Jennifer1984 On September 16, 2021
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Penzance, United Kingdom
#32New Post! Aug 06, 2019 @ 21:12:51
@bobbimay Said

stop with the left wing talking points..

it's harder to buy and then take home the same day at guns shows then it is to buy one at a gun store....in order to buy a gun at a gun show you must fill out 5 pages of paperwork....which includes finger prints..and then that paperwork goes to the ATF for background checks
those are covered in those 5 pages...

after your background check is done that dealer must send your purchase to a federal license fire arms dealer near you..who then depending on the state you live in will do another background check before you get your guns...this takes anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks.

Point 2...
fully automatic weapons are banned..semi automatic is what is not banned..fully auto means you just have to pull trigger once to fire all bullets..the reason the Las Vegas shooter had to use a bump stock.. a semi auto..means you have to pull once for every bullet...there is no one alive today that could fire "hundreds" of bullets pulling the trigger one at a time...

point 3
I am a damn good shot with my guns...but I am deadly with my compound bow..I know I could take out at least 30 people a minute with it and no one would see or hear those arrows coming.



Point 4

Chicago has very strict gun laws hasn't helped them now has it 1500 people shot just this year.



re; my BIB

What in the name of sanity is the reason behind owning those weapons..?

OK, so a long time ago I stopped attempting to reason with insane Americans who think the ownership of lethal firearms is a normal thing to do. Only a lunatic would ever dream of owning them in the first place. To turn that lunacy into reality takes mental illness to another level.

I know it would be impossible to reason with you on the question of 'why' so I won't try.

But now it's bows and arrows..?? A form of medieval weaponry that is at best uncertain of accuracy due to having to fire in an arc rather than straight line of aim, meaning innocent people are just as likely to be injured or killed as the intended target.

The sickest thing of all is that the way you write you seem to revel in the thought that you can use this as some sort of stealth weapon and not only that, but you boast that you have practised with it sufficiently to have achieved a rate of fire of one arrow every two seconds.

Perhaps in your wildest fantasies you think you're Legolas Greenleaf and you exist in some sort of Lord of the Rings dreamworld. Wake up call: Such individuals and such a rate of fire exist only in fantasy literature.

The very best rate of fire that I could find any reference to online is between 3- 5 seconds and that is considered an extremely fast rate that most olympic archers don't even try to achieve. They get two minutes to fire three arrows and still don't achieve 100% accuracy. To think you can "take out" 30 people, with absolute accuracy, in one minute is beyond ridiculous

You talk of 'taking people out'. What the hell sort of mentality is that..? Such a blithe disregard for life indicates a level of mental illness that should see you confined to an institute for the criminally insane.


If you are serious and genuine in your post, then not only are you a wild fantasist, but you need help. Quickly. If I thought it would do any good I would forward your message to the FBI in the hope they would track you down and take your weapons away. But such is the loss of confidence that the American law enforcement agencies have the necessary legal powers to do that, that I despair of even trying.

The only thing that is certain in America is that the next mass killing will not be very long in coming. The only things in doubt are where it will happen and how high the body count will be.

You people are bloody insane.





*The firing sequence of Nock, Draw, Aim, Loose....not forgetting that a new arrow has to be taken either from a quiver or from the ground after each firing will take more than two seconds and even then, the strain of the repetitive draw on the shoulders and the stress on the bow fingers will progressively reduce the rate of fire the longer you go.

30 rounds a minute my arse.
mrmhead On about 3 hours ago




NE, Ohio
#33New Post! Aug 07, 2019 @ 00:39:35
@Jennifer1984 Said


What in the name of sanity is the reason behind owning those weapons..?

OK, so a long time ago I stopped attempting to reason with insane Americans who think the ownership of lethal firearms is a normal thing to do. Only a lunatic would ever dream of owning them in the first place. To turn that lunacy into reality takes mental illness to another level.


I believe most people don't buy them with the intent to kill. Many just like to get their rox off with big fire power.
Not too different from car buffs that like to get the fastest, or biggest, or wildest car. I mean really - do you need to go 200mph to the grocery store?
Or those monster truck 4x4, decked out "mall crawlers" that have never seen a spot of mud.
Just hobbies... for most.

Quote:

To think you can "take out" 30 people, with absolute accuracy, in one minute is beyond ridiculous


Mini-Nuke tipped bolts?

Quote:

If I thought it would do any good I would forward your message to the FBI in the hope they would track you down and take your weapons away. But such is the loss of confidence that the American law enforcement agencies have the necessary legal powers to do that, that I despair of even trying.


I wonder if the "Red Flag" laws proposed covers all weapons or just firearms?

Quote:

The only thing that is certain in America is that the next mass killing will not be very long in coming. The only things in doubt are where it will happen and how high the body count will be.

You people are bloody insane.


Sadly, you are correct.
mrmhead On about 3 hours ago




NE, Ohio
#34New Post! Aug 07, 2019 @ 01:11:54
... I stand corrected on the need of assault weapons:

"Legit question for rural Americans - How do I kill the 30-50 feral hogs that run into my yard within 3-5 minutes while my small kids play?" McNabb replied.

gakINGKONG On July 15, 2021




, Florida
#35New Post! Aug 07, 2019 @ 02:47:23
@Leon Said

Are you sure you want to go down this path?

I mean, we certainly can, and I’d be more than happy to oblige, but, realize, it will result in you basically confirming the need for gun control.

But if you want to save face, just admit that, like heavy metal in the 80’s, the video game scapegoating is bulls***.



@Leon Said

I think the real danger for South Koreans is forgetting to eat.



I think you're on the right track at least with isolating dysfunction by country-group.

If we govern ourselves there would be no point in pushing for greater top-down controls. But the top-down controls don't make us a stronger society.
chaski On about 4 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#36New Post! Aug 07, 2019 @ 03:42:10
@gakINGKONG Said


If we govern ourselves there would be no point in pushing for greater top-down controls.



Oh! Like Democracy!

a... but what about having a president... and check & balances like a congress & an independent judiciary...?

NO... let's go with 320,000,000 "governing themselves."


@gakINGKONG Said

But the top-down controls don't make us a stronger society.


I have noticed the weakness of the military top down controls... have you?
Leon On about 12 hours ago




San Diego, California
#37New Post! Aug 07, 2019 @ 04:10:38
@gakINGKONG Said

I think you're on the right track at least with isolating dysfunction by country-group.

If we govern ourselves there would be no point in pushing for greater top-down controls. But the top-down controls don't make us a stronger society.


Sorry, but not everyone is going to have two loving parents that provide, feed, nurture, and guide them to bliss. The world isn’t anywhere near that realization, never was, and never will be.

Hence, the need to properly deal with it via law and enforcement, so that everyone can at least try and do so if they choose to without suffering the consequences of others’ failures of such.

Sensible gun legislation is one of the ways in doing so.

Anarchy isn’t.
gakINGKONG On July 15, 2021




, Florida
#38New Post! Aug 07, 2019 @ 04:39:57
@Leon Said

Sorry, but not everyone is going to have two loving parents that provide, feed, nurture, and guide them to bliss. The world isn’t anywhere near that realization, never was, and never will be.

Hence, the need to properly deal with it via law and enforcement, so that everyone can at least try and do so if they choose to without suffering the consequences of others’ failures of such.

Sensible gun legislation is one of the ways in doing so.

Anarchy isn’t.



We have to work backward. Starting at the point from the society we never want to be and march toward the society we want. The founders of the US had a keen sense of what tyranny was about and they were done living under it. For them, gun ownership was directly tied to ensuring the liberties for all of us. Whatever sensible gun legislation means, it ought not go against the founding documents.

Mr Trump gave a speech in El Paso recently and offered up some ideas:

Maybe this is what you mean by sensible:

1. identifying and acting on early warning signs. _taking decisive action when the perp posts messages about his intent to do harm

2. Video games! I would say that video games without context can cause damage. You already admitted that people get so addicted to the game in South Korea people don't eat. This goes back to my thoughts on the importance of parenting. There is no replacement for being a good parent in a stable home.

3. Reform mental health care laws. "Mental illness and hatred pulls the trigger."

posted the link in case you missed it. it goes on

little light reading from DJT in el paso

The reason why I take this to heart is that there are regulars on this very forum who casually claim that I am unstable and stupid. Maybe that's just life on the web or maybe it's an isolating tactic to shut down and shut up people. Either way, People like me aren't the problem. Well, I"m not. I stayed married. I'm leader of my home and when I'm traveling my kids know that I trust my wife to be the final authority. My kids are doing great in school. They don't get in trouble. My son is in college studying to be an architect and my other son is entering his senior year in high school and will likely get a full-ride scholarship for college. If not, gets the other half of my GI Bill.

But all you hear on the news is how "Trump supporters are the problem." <<total trash but whatever. Most of the "over four shot" violent crimes this year took place in Baltimore and Chicago. Not exactly MAGA country.

My personal posture going forward is to just keep doing what I do and I might get a concealed carry 9mil when I get back home.
chaski On about 4 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#39New Post! Aug 07, 2019 @ 05:01:59
@gakINGKONG Said


2. Video games! I would say that video games without context can cause damage. You already admitted that people get so addicted to the game in South Korea people don't eat. This goes back to my thoughts on the importance of parenting. There is no replacement for being a good parent in a stable home.



Complete BS as studies (and on TFS) chart of statistics have shown. Blaming video games is a "red herring".

@gakINGKONG Said


3. Reform mental health care laws. "Mental illness and hatred pulls the trigger."


More blaming others. Mental illness is not what pulls the trigger. Hatred, which your lord and savior Donald "Jesus Christ" Trump promotes, is what pulls the trigger.

@gakINGKONG Said


The reason why I take this to heart is that there are regulars on this very forum who casually claim that I am unstable and stupid.


I've never seen anyone say that If they have, they are wrong.

You are intelligent and know better, or should know better, than much of what you post... but that isn't being "unstable" nor "stupid"... maybe gullible or willfully ignorant.

@gakINGKONG Said

My personal posture going forward is to just keep doing what I do and I might get a concealed carry 9mil when I get back home.


Based on this post of yours, while you have every legal right to get a "conceal and carry" license and a 9mil, you actually have no business owning a fire arm.

I own numerous firearms from civil war vintage to tactical.... firearms are not for the flippant... wanting to purchase a gun just too have one or prove something to yourself as a hater of liberals is not a good reason to buy/own a gun.


Side note: If you do want to own a firearm (for protection...?) a 9 mm is not your best choice. You need to do some research, take some firearms safety courses, and go to a range that will teach you about firearms and how to use them.... etc.
chaski On about 4 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#40New Post! Aug 07, 2019 @ 05:36:25
@gakINGKONG Said

Most of the "over four shot" violent crimes this year took place in Baltimore and Chicago.


A BS stat... here is a partial list of shootings "over four" in the USA. Yes, Baltimore & Chicago have problems, but mass shootings in the USA are across all of the USA. Your pretense that "it" is only a couple cities that have nothing to do with "MAGA country" is another example of willful ignorance or severe gullibility.

And doesn't address the "who" are doing the shootings and "why"...

Abbeville, South Carolina
Akron, Ohio
Albany, Georgia
Albemarle, North Carolina
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Alexandria, Louisiana
Allendale, South Carolina
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Atlanta, Georgia
Atmore, Alabama
Augusta, Georgia
Aurora, Colorado
Aurora, Illinois
Austin, Texas
Baltimore, Maryland
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Bay Shore, New York
Birmingham, Alabama
Boston, Massachusetts
Brooklyn, New York
Buffalo, New York
Camden, New Jersey
Carbondale, Illinois
Cascilla, Mississippi
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Charlotte, North Carolina
Chesapeake, Virginia
Chestnuthill Township, Pennsylvania
Chicago, Illinois
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Clairton, Pennsylvania
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbia, South Carolina
Columbus, Ohio
Corpus Christi, Texas
Covington, Kentucky
Covington, Tennessee
Dallas, Texas
Dayton, Ohio
Denver, Colorado
Des Moines, Iowa
El Paso, Texas
Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Elkhart, Indiana
Evansville, Indiana
Flint, Michigan
Fresno, California
Gaffney, South Carolina
Germantown, Maryland
Gilroy, California
Gravette, Arkansas
Grenada, Mississippi
Hamden, Connecticut
Hampton, Virginia
Hartford, Connecticut
Harvey, Illinois
Haskell, Oklahoma
Henderson, Texas
Henning, Tennessee
Hermanville, Mississippi
Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Houston, Texas
Hugo, Oklahoma
Hurt, Virginia
Indianapolis, Indiana
Jackson, Michigan
Jackson, Mississippi
Jacksonville, Florida
Jersey City, New Jersey
Jonesboro, Arkansas
Kansas City, Missouri
Katy, Texas
La Crosse, Virginia
La Jolla, California
Las Vegas, Nevada
Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Little Rock, Arkansas
Livingston, Texas
Long Beach, California
Los Angeles, California
Louisville, Kentucky
Lubbock, Texas
Macon, Georgia
Manson, North Carolina
Memphis, Tennessee
Miami, Florida
Missoula, Montana
Mobile, Alabama
Muncie, Indiana
Nashville, Tennessee
New Orleans, Louisiana
Newark, New Jersey
North Bergen, New Jersey
North Charleston, South Carolina
North Las Vegas, Nevada
Oakland, California
Owensboro, Kentucky
Palmdale, California
Panama City, Florida
Paterson, New Jersey
Paterson, New Jersey
Paulsboro, New Jersey
Pembroke Park, Florida
Petersburg, Virginia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phoenix, Arizona
Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Pomfret, Maryland
Portland, Oregon
Portsmouth, Virginia
Poway, California
Reno, Nevada
Richmond, California
Robbins, Illinois
Rochelle, Georgia
Rockford, Illinois
Rockmart, Georgia
Rosenberg, Texas
Roswell, New Mexico
Sacramento, California
Saginaw, Michigan
San Antonio, Texas
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California
San Jose, California
Savannah, Georgia
Sebring, Florida
Shreveport, Louisiana
Solon Township, Michigan
South Bend, Indiana
Southaven, Mississippi
St. Clair Shores, Michigan
St. Louis, Missouri
St. Rose, Louisiana
State College, Pennsylvania
Stockbridge, Georgia
Stockton, California
Suffolk, Virginia
Tallahassee, Florida
Texas City, Texas
Torrance, California
Trenton, New Jersey
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Uniontown, Pennsylvania
Vallejo, California
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Washington D.C.
Washington Park, Illinois
Wellston, Missouri
West Chester Township, Ohio
West Des Moines, Iowa
White Swan, Washington
Wichita, Kansas
Wilmington, Delaware
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Yucaipa, California
mrmhead On about 3 hours ago




NE, Ohio
#41New Post! Aug 07, 2019 @ 11:34:18
@chaski Said

A BS stat... here is a partial list of shootings "over four" in the USA. Yes, Baltimore & Chicago have problems, but mass shootings in the USA are across all of the USA. Your pretense that "it" is only a couple cities that have nothing to do with "MAGA country" is another example of willful ignorance or severe gullibility.

And doesn't address the "who" are doing the shootings and "why"...

Abbeville, South Carolina
Akron, Ohio
Albany, Georgia
Albemarle, North Carolina
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Alexandria, Louisiana
Allendale, South Carolina
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Atlanta, Georgia
Atmore, Alabama
Augusta, Georgia
Aurora, Colorado
Aurora, Illinois
Austin, Texas
Baltimore, Maryland
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Bay Shore, New York
Birmingham, Alabama
Boston, Massachusetts
Brooklyn, New York
Buffalo, New York
Camden, New Jersey
Carbondale, Illinois
Cascilla, Mississippi
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Charlotte, North Carolina
Chesapeake, Virginia
Chestnuthill Township, Pennsylvania
Chicago, Illinois
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Clairton, Pennsylvania
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbia, South Carolina
Columbus, Ohio
Corpus Christi, Texas
Covington, Kentucky
Covington, Tennessee
Dallas, Texas
Dayton, Ohio
Denver, Colorado
Des Moines, Iowa
El Paso, Texas
Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Elkhart, Indiana
Evansville, Indiana
Flint, Michigan
Fresno, California
Gaffney, South Carolina
Germantown, Maryland
Gilroy, California
Gravette, Arkansas
Grenada, Mississippi
Hamden, Connecticut
Hampton, Virginia
Hartford, Connecticut
Harvey, Illinois
Haskell, Oklahoma
Henderson, Texas
Henning, Tennessee
Hermanville, Mississippi
Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Houston, Texas
Hugo, Oklahoma
Hurt, Virginia
Indianapolis, Indiana
Jackson, Michigan
Jackson, Mississippi
Jacksonville, Florida
Jersey City, New Jersey
Jonesboro, Arkansas
Kansas City, Missouri
Katy, Texas
La Crosse, Virginia
La Jolla, California
Las Vegas, Nevada
Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Little Rock, Arkansas
Livingston, Texas
Long Beach, California
Los Angeles, California
Louisville, Kentucky
Lubbock, Texas
Macon, Georgia
Manson, North Carolina
Memphis, Tennessee
Miami, Florida
Missoula, Montana
Mobile, Alabama
Muncie, Indiana
Nashville, Tennessee
New Orleans, Louisiana
Newark, New Jersey
North Bergen, New Jersey
North Charleston, South Carolina
North Las Vegas, Nevada
Oakland, California
Owensboro, Kentucky
Palmdale, California
Panama City, Florida
Paterson, New Jersey
Paterson, New Jersey
Paulsboro, New Jersey
Pembroke Park, Florida
Petersburg, Virginia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phoenix, Arizona
Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Pomfret, Maryland
Portland, Oregon
Portsmouth, Virginia
Poway, California
Reno, Nevada
Richmond, California
Robbins, Illinois
Rochelle, Georgia
Rockford, Illinois
Rockmart, Georgia
Rosenberg, Texas
Roswell, New Mexico
Sacramento, California
Saginaw, Michigan
San Antonio, Texas
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California
San Jose, California
Savannah, Georgia
Sebring, Florida
Shreveport, Louisiana
Solon Township, Michigan
South Bend, Indiana
Southaven, Mississippi
St. Clair Shores, Michigan
St. Louis, Missouri
St. Rose, Louisiana
State College, Pennsylvania
Stockbridge, Georgia
Stockton, California
Suffolk, Virginia
Tallahassee, Florida
Texas City, Texas
Torrance, California
Trenton, New Jersey
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Uniontown, Pennsylvania
Vallejo, California
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Washington D.C.
Washington Park, Illinois
Wellston, Missouri
West Chester Township, Ohio
West Des Moines, Iowa
White Swan, Washington
Wichita, Kansas
Wilmington, Delaware
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Yucaipa, California


Wow! There's a lot of red states in that list.

It must be a Republican thing.
gakINGKONG On July 15, 2021




, Florida
#42New Post! Aug 08, 2019 @ 01:52:12
@mrmhead Said

Wow! There's a lot of red states in that list.

It must be a Republican thing.



Do the research yourself. You will see that Baltimore Chicago and Washington DC are at the top of the list when it comes to violence.
chaski On about 4 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#43New Post! Aug 08, 2019 @ 03:17:24
@gakINGKONG Said

Washington DC are at the top of the list when it comes to violence.



Must be Trump's fault... it is always the guy in charge's fault... still waiting for the draining of the swamp... making america great again... even making a deal... almost any deal... but not holding my breath.
restoreone On November 27, 2020




, Ohio
#44New Post! Aug 08, 2019 @ 06:51:22
@chaski Said

A BS stat... here is a partial list of shootings "over four" in the USA. Yes, Baltimore & Chicago have problems, but mass shootings in the USA are across all of the USA. Your pretense that "it" is only a couple cities that have nothing to do with "MAGA country" is another example of willful ignorance or severe gullibility.

And doesn't address the "who" are doing the shootings and "why"...

Abbeville, South Carolina
Akron, Ohio
Albany, Georgia
Albemarle, North Carolina
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Alexandria, Louisiana
Allendale, South Carolina
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Atlanta, Georgia
Atmore, Alabama
Augusta, Georgia
Aurora, Colorado
Aurora, Illinois
Austin, Texas
Baltimore, Maryland
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Bay Shore, New York
Birmingham, Alabama
Boston, Massachusetts
Brooklyn, New York
Buffalo, New York
Camden, New Jersey
Carbondale, Illinois
Cascilla, Mississippi
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Charlotte, North Carolina
Chesapeake, Virginia
Chestnuthill Township, Pennsylvania
Chicago, Illinois
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Clairton, Pennsylvania
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbia, South Carolina
Columbus, Ohio
Corpus Christi, Texas
Covington, Kentucky
Covington, Tennessee
Dallas, Texas
Dayton, Ohio
Denver, Colorado
Des Moines, Iowa
El Paso, Texas
Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Elkhart, Indiana
Evansville, Indiana
Flint, Michigan
Fresno, California
Gaffney, South Carolina
Germantown, Maryland
Gilroy, California
Gravette, Arkansas
Grenada, Mississippi
Hamden, Connecticut
Hampton, Virginia
Hartford, Connecticut
Harvey, Illinois
Haskell, Oklahoma
Henderson, Texas
Henning, Tennessee
Hermanville, Mississippi
Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Houston, Texas
Hugo, Oklahoma
Hurt, Virginia
Indianapolis, Indiana
Jackson, Michigan
Jackson, Mississippi
Jacksonville, Florida
Jersey City, New Jersey
Jonesboro, Arkansas
Kansas City, Missouri
Katy, Texas
La Crosse, Virginia
La Jolla, California
Las Vegas, Nevada
Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Little Rock, Arkansas
Livingston, Texas
Long Beach, California
Los Angeles, California
Louisville, Kentucky
Lubbock, Texas
Macon, Georgia
Manson, North Carolina
Memphis, Tennessee
Miami, Florida
Missoula, Montana
Mobile, Alabama
Muncie, Indiana
Nashville, Tennessee
New Orleans, Louisiana
Newark, New Jersey
North Bergen, New Jersey
North Charleston, South Carolina
North Las Vegas, Nevada
Oakland, California
Owensboro, Kentucky
Palmdale, California
Panama City, Florida
Paterson, New Jersey
Paterson, New Jersey
Paulsboro, New Jersey
Pembroke Park, Florida
Petersburg, Virginia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phoenix, Arizona
Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Pomfret, Maryland
Portland, Oregon
Portsmouth, Virginia
Poway, California
Reno, Nevada
Richmond, California
Robbins, Illinois
Rochelle, Georgia
Rockford, Illinois
Rockmart, Georgia
Rosenberg, Texas
Roswell, New Mexico
Sacramento, California
Saginaw, Michigan
San Antonio, Texas
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California
San Jose, California
Savannah, Georgia
Sebring, Florida
Shreveport, Louisiana
Solon Township, Michigan
South Bend, Indiana
Southaven, Mississippi
St. Clair Shores, Michigan
St. Louis, Missouri
St. Rose, Louisiana
State College, Pennsylvania
Stockbridge, Georgia
Stockton, California
Suffolk, Virginia
Tallahassee, Florida
Texas City, Texas
Torrance, California
Trenton, New Jersey
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Uniontown, Pennsylvania
Vallejo, California
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Washington D.C.
Washington Park, Illinois
Wellston, Missouri
West Chester Township, Ohio
West Des Moines, Iowa
White Swan, Washington
Wichita, Kansas
Wilmington, Delaware
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Yucaipa, California


Is this from Reddit shooting list?
mrmhead On about 3 hours ago




NE, Ohio
#45New Post! Aug 08, 2019 @ 11:47:39
See! See!! It's not just Guns !!

We can't stop them all, so why try to stop any of them?
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