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Amarel(5563) Clarified
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I DON'T go after elk with an AR-15

What size round do you use for Elk hunting?

Amarel(5563) Clarified
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That's mostly what they do .

Amarel(5563) Clarified
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Most of mine wouldn't be ideal anyway. .

Amarel(5563) Clarified
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I always took you for a molotov cocktail kind of guy. Not a thrower so much. But the guy who makes them for others to throw.

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The pool comparison is completely independent of your striking similarity to Dana.

Amarel(5563) Clarified
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It's true that passing a gun around indiscriminately between countless people would make it much more likely for that gun to be used cause harm. Might even make it as dangerous as a pool.

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You are cherry-picking statistics and abusing the meaning of words, which are the common tactics of sociopaths.

Haha you're just like Dana with the minor difference that she sticks to "rapist" while you mix it up a little. Two peas in a pod haha.

Amarel(5563) Clarified
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Government subsidized student loan programs increased demand for higher education and provided guaranteed payments to colleges which removed market incentives for improvement. Increased demand drove up costs. Quality remained steady in the best circumstances. But more broadly, quality decreased to accommodate paying customers who cannot actually consume the higher quality product.

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You are lying again.

I said that an individual pool is more dangerous than an individual gun statistically (I got this from Freakonomics). There are far less pools than guns, so they aren't a bigger problem.

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A sizable proportion of Americans can never have enough guns

I have the same concerns. But maybe, with an aggressive government redistribution plan, we can solve the issues of gun ownership inequity.

I see you're also concerned about shooting victim inequity. I suppose a government program to redistribute this outcome could also be tried, though I expect it would be less popular. I wouldn't personally support it.

Amarel(5563) Clarified
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Does the government need to round up all the drugs to make selling drugs against the law?

True. If there was a war on guns it would be about as effective as the war on drugs. Well, even less so because a violation of the constitution would drive demand for guns.

You know who gun manufacturers should be paying? The Democrats. Every time they start to murmur about gun restrictions, gun shops can't keep guns or ammo on the shelves.

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I think we have plenty of guns. What we need is equity in gun distribution. As it is, the majority of the guns are in the hands of a relatively few greedy gun enthusiasts.

What we need is a gun ban on more than 1 of the same kind of assault rifle. If you have too many guns, you have to give them to underprivileged, lgbtq, or other populations that are under represented among gun owners.

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Alright. I'll stop trolling trolls and go back to the more respectful Amarel. They are better at it anyway. At least nom is.

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I've never claimed to be neutral you dumb shit. Pretty typical. "Everything Amarel says is a lie and all his words are dishonest. Therefore I will decide whatever I want him to be saying to justify my inane dribble and pretend it qualifies as a response to what I've decided he said. If he's in a conversation that is beyond my comprehension or vocabulary, I'll just call him dumb."

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Irish isn't a race smart one. It's a collection of smelly fisherman and sheep fuckers.

No one here talks about my guns more than you. You're the only one who talks about me being a tough guy. Oh, and the truck attack in Nice killed more than our deadliest mass shooting. The factor is the I'll hatred smart one.

The rest of us learned in elementary not to be mean to our crushes. Alright lass, you bored be again. So long.

...Unless you have something interesting to say about the inferiority of Irish Whiskey to the far superior Scotch.

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The Republic of Ireland Act was in 1949. That's four years after Ireland mourned the loss of Hitler.

If you were never under threat, it's because you would happily join whomever won. That's some serious conviction about Nazism there. Run that flag high. Oh, and sorry for your loss.

Did you know Al is a gun owner? I only mention it because I know where you live the thought of an American gun owner makes a wee lass cry.

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I didn't know you guys actually flew a swastika AFTER Hitler died. The threat was GONE! Thank the UK.

I guess if Ireland could nut up we know what side they would have been on. Basically your country stayed neutral because they couldn't win for the axis with UK basically owning them.

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I wasn't born yet is an excuse for your country huh? Noted.

50,000 were from the bitch Ireland. 70,000 were from UK Ireland.

And yes, the US only got into the war after we were attacked, but Ireland did not a damn thing even after they were attacked. They just made bigger signs letting Hitler's planes know that it's Ireland and please don't bomb us anymore.

Amarel(5563) Clarified
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Right, from Ireland's brave fighting force, less than 5000 were brave or fighting. You can't get that 120,000 without counting Northern Ireland troops, which were the majority of that figure.

Don't worry, I'm sure there are plenty of Irish authored books for you to quote from to excuse how you stood by while the rest of the world stood up.

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Even New Zealand fought in WWII.

If I were Irish, I wouldn't want to.talk about it either. A handful of Irish soldiers ditched their absent military and joined the fight with the Allies. Ireland punished them for it and they never saw a pardon until 2013.

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You are really fixated on how many guns I own. Maybe I should have mentioned it more than that one time. One mentioned from me produces days worth of obsessive defensive posts from you.

Oh yeah, and I was providing an example of relatively few people owning more guns than the population. So yeah, I said how many guns I own, but I didn't tell you how tough I am. Your just conjuring a boogie man now lucky charms.

As for the racism, you specifically claimed that my slam on your irishness is because I only like wealthy white religious people...because your a fucking idiot. An idiot from a country that tore itself up like the middle east over religion. It's not my fault you guys were comfortable letting everyone else do all the work for you in WWII. I'm betting we were better off without you.

Amarel(5563) Clarified
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We just know that consistency isn't to be expected in the political opposition. So, a few years back we gave it up too.

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I only ever hear calls for respect for leaders when there is a leftist in power.

Fuck that. Public office by itself earns nothing but sharp criticism and mockery. Left right and center. None earn respect by winning a popularity contest.

With that said, she got her start in politics by fucking her way up the ladder. I think fucking for profit should be considered a right mind you. So I expect to see this admin do great things for expanding the legitimization of sex work.

Amarel(5563) Clarified
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"Mostly peaceful" was as inappropriate a characterization of riots throughout 2020, as it is in 2021.

Fistfights with cops is what we have come to expect from certain people who don't stereotypically support police. If the people with the blue line flags are now throwing down with police, then what support do police have left?

Dan Crenshaw has a podcast. He made a statement about what happened in a recent episode. I recommend you give a listen to the first 15 minutes or so.


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