PH😃😃EY
Your comparison
Wed Oct 4, 2017 11:24am
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of Canada to the US makes no sense. What is Canada's population? How many autos in Canada? I do not know the Canadian Constitution, but the US Constitution might be different?? When you tell me crime has been abolished, and governments have laid destroyed their existential arsenals, including nukes, then we could do what your misguided idealism suggests.

  • Canada is very similar to the USAJeeves, Tue Oct 3 10:13am
    But Canada has gun control regulation. You’re more likely to be shot to death in the United States than you are to die in a car accident in Canada. Sure, Canada has gun related deaths. But about 80... more
    • Your comparison — PH😃😃EY, Wed Oct 4 11:24am
    • I grew up in MA with some of the toughest gun lawsSia☺giah, Tue Oct 3 10:51pm
      Not as tough as NY, but pretty strict, nevertheless. Even so, those of us who followed the laws & rules had NO PROBLEM owning legal firearms. We weren't prevented from using them as they were... more
      • You are always so reasonable.PH👏🏾👏🏾EY, Wed Oct 4 11:35am
        But there are laws already. No one is allowed to own a tank. And no one is allowed to legally own a machine gun, except perhaps in a collector's niche with legal caveats. Am I incorrect in suggesting ... more
      • I am not familiar....wondering, Tue Oct 3 11:51pm
        with what laws are considered to be "tough" or not, or what laws in different states are actually in place pertaining to such... but, IMO, there should be clear limits and controls on what type, how... more
        • reasonably safe to own and operate a firearm. Now, ask yourself. Does that person suddenly become LESS safe because they own two guns instead of one? Does that person suddenly become LESS safe... more
          • Ask that questionwondering, Wed Oct 4 11:33pm
            of a police officer and see if they give you an honest answer. They often have hair trigger fingers because of those "inanimate objects"...
            • I'm asking you....Sprout, Thu Oct 5 8:29am
              And when I ask police officers who are my friends, they don't care if I have a gun or not. Usually when I get pulled over and offer them my license and inform them that I am armed, they laugh and... more
              • Try on some 'black face.' Then get back to us. (nm)PH👻👻EU, Thu Oct 5 9:29am
                • the questions asked?
                  • It wouldn't (nm)PH🌚🌚EY, Thu Oct 5 4:06pm
                    • Then why not answer? (nm)Sprout, Thu Oct 5 5:22pm
                      • What more is there to say?PH🙄🙄EY, Fri Oct 6 10:30am
                        You have your nice white experiences with the white cops. Your pale face says to Johnny Law that you are passive, white, and speak the same language with much whiteface commonality. The biggest... more
                        • to answer the questions asked instead of wandering about talking about cops and skin color. Now, I can understand why folks would want YOU to have a gun at all, as you are apparently batshit crazy.... more
                          • Thank you for being "nice."PH😳😳EY, Fri Oct 6 11:31am
                            Generally you are. But you are delusional if you think I am bat shit crazy. Now what was your question. You stated the cops are your friends.
                            • How crazy is bat sh!t?Pikes, Fri Oct 6 12:14pm
                              It's explosive, but is that crazy? Bat pee combines with the nitrates to produce ammonium nitrate. If that's left over energy in the waste, what energy must be harvested by the body, to afford... more
                              • These odd sayings, where do they originate?PH👀EY, Fri Oct 6 1:46pm
                                Bald as a jay bird. Dead as a door nail. Crazy as a loon. Madder than a hornet. But bat shit crazy makes no sense. Hmmmm, maybe it's in that inference? One makes no sense thus one is crazy. Tinkers... more
                            • Pick someone you know that you would consider reasonably safe to own and operate a firearm. Now, ask yourself. Does that person suddenly become LESS safe because they own two guns instead of one?... more
                              • ExamplePikes, Fri Oct 6 12:54pm
                                I have an adult student who informed me last lesson, he bought his first gun. He has serious anger management issues. He becomes red faced with hysteria at any correction. He sits still and seethes,... more
                                • Do not cut off his lessons and send him awayPH👏🏾👏🏾EY, Fri Oct 6 1:02pm
                                  toooo abruptly. Ease him out. How? Suggestions: You have "gone out of business." "Moving." "Bad news from your physician." "House has been condemned." "Piano was repossessed." A friend of mine has a... more
                                • But I'll play... So, is that individual LESS dangerous to the people around him if he has 4 guns instead of 8?
                                  • Absolutely not. Sia☺giah, Fri Oct 6 11:39pm
                                    My husband owns a bazillion firearms. Once upon a time, he only owned two. He is not more nor less "dangerous" now than when he only owned two. The volume of firearms one owns is NOT indicative of... more
                                  • Well it depends.PH👀EY, Fri Oct 6 6:49pm
                                    If one is an out of shape 64 year old, maybe 4. And that is pushing it. Somehow the Patsy "thought" he would be of greater virility if he lugged into the snipers' lairs 24 heavy fully automatics. But ... more