Guns and Growing.

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by LostInSpace..., Jan 24, 2009.

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    RetiredToker76

    RetiredToker76 Well-Known Member


    Like me. I hate everyone equally!

    The movies Omega Man and I Am Legend are my utopia. Give me a half a dozen AR-15's, 100,000 rounds of .223, and some zombies to shoot and I'll be thrilled won't even need weed (although it'd be nice.)

    -RT76
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    LostInSpace...

    LostInSpace... Well-Known Member

    Mate as bad as it seemed when I read it, I completely agree.
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    LostInSpace...

    LostInSpace... Well-Known Member

    BTW, have you tried zombie kill on call of duty 5? Awesome.
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    Gamberro

    Gamberro Well-Known Member

    That started off so well, it was sad to see it devolve (no pun intended) into an explanation of antiquated social theory.


    "Then we have crys for 'Universal Healthcare' in the US so now we won't even let inferior genetics die of natural causes, now we tax payers are crying for the elongation of the inferior genetics lives which will naturally allow them to breed MORE. "
    Well my dad, 65 and a year spent on disability checks that weren't coming, was forced to leave the country because he couldn't replace his work insurance, what with the pre-existing condition of a failed triple-bypass heart surgery. But I guess he was just of inferior genetics, so should have been allowed to go without his medication and inevitably die. Because he's a bum. Thank you.
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    Gamberro

    Gamberro Well-Known Member

    It's not stereotyping to say that most people act or react a certain way. Or at least I don't think you can "stereotype" the human race as a whole, until some other intelligent race comes along to stereotype us.

    Most people have a clean record. Would you be comfortable with most of the people you know owning guns?

    That was an example of how it takes more balls to kill with a knife than a gun. It's not a general statement, it's saying that gangsters recognize that it takes a lot more heart (or less depending on how you look at it) to kill someone with a blade.
    The majority of gangsters I knew from the RDG bought their guns legally. Not to say they were licensed, but they were legally purchased. I have never known someone to use a zip gun or scratched gun.
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    Gamberro

    Gamberro Well-Known Member

    So we should make it easier for them?
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    NewGrowth

    NewGrowth Well-Known Member

    I'm just gonna rig my house with claymores. :peace:
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    BCtrippin

    BCtrippin Well-Known Member

    RT76 you always seem to say it best. :clap:

    Reverse Darwinism at its finest. And now the next global problem is going to be over population, then disease being spread by overpopulation and globalization.

    As bad as it sounds sometimes, in the end, Whos gonna feed all these idiots who cant provide for themselves? If it wasnt for our governments providing constant handouts these people would have long since died off.


    Give a man a fish he eats for a day, teach him to fish and he will be able to provide for himself.


    The funny thing is, if you stop giving handouts to most of these people who dont provide for themselves, they would have nothing left to do but go find a job.


    :peace:
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    BCtrippin

    BCtrippin Well-Known Member


    Wow, that is a Smart argument there. How long did it take you to think that one up?


    You seem to think everyone who owns a gun legally wants to make it easier for everyone to commit murder?


    :peace:
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    NewGrowth

    NewGrowth Well-Known Member

    Sounds like we should just nuke the poor and shoot the homeless on site :roll: Watch out![​IMG]Claymore . . .
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    Gamberro

    Gamberro Well-Known Member

    Overpopulation is no longer a fear. It's almost impossible.
    No, stop giving handouts and the person will get hungry. Get them hungry, they'll get desperate. Get them desperate, they'll get....

    a gun......
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    LostInSpace...

    LostInSpace... Well-Known Member

    What do you mean by that?
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    NewGrowth

    NewGrowth Well-Known Member

    He means WE FUCKING KILL EACH OTHER! Before we overpopulate :peace:
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    LostInSpace...

    LostInSpace... Well-Known Member

    Now whos twisting the truth?:shock:
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    BCtrippin

    BCtrippin Well-Known Member

    If they can pass the background checks where I live and get licensed legally then Yes. I 100% support anyone who wants to go through the legal process of owning a firearm to do so.

    Mind you in Canada the background checks are more than just a "clean criminal record" You have to have references, and they might even check your highschool. So its definitely not that "easy" for an unstable individual to get a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL) in Canada.


    :peace:
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    NewGrowth

    NewGrowth Well-Known Member

    It's called sarcasm[​IMG]
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    RetiredToker76

    RetiredToker76 Well-Known Member

    Well apparently he wasn't inferior intellectually or genetically because he used his brain to find a way to survive, leave the country, pretty creative and smart if you ask me.

    There's always someone who get's upset by this diatribe. The fact is 9 times out of 10 those who are upset are upset because they or a family member lost health insurance. First of all, most the time we 'kids' pick up the slack for our parents if they are unable to get medical treatment, that's what good kids do for their folks. Second of all, many people, such as myself have been putting a 'nest egg' for just such problems later in life. If that nest egg gets eaten by sever medical expenses many times your kids can pick up the remaining tab.

    Under the Clinton plan she was 'selling' during the primary I had to have a colonoscopy. It cost me $3000 and my insurance $15,000. It cost so much because I chose to go to the best. They found a polyp that would kill me in 5 years had it not been found. They used the latest technology, latest camera and latest digital imaging and removed the polyp and 400% of the surrounding tissue.

    Under Clinton's plan (the Canadian plan) I would have been forced by the government to see their legislated doctor involved a wait of 6 months to 3 years to get scheduled for 1 of a few government funded colonoscopy scopes (likely made by the lowest bidder) and likely died as a result. Oh ya since I'm 32, I likely would have been denied care at all since I'm not in the 'risk group' being I have no family history of colon cancer and I'm under 50. So the government would have decided it was 'elective' anyway.

    If I wanted the 'best' as I chose to get last year, then I would have to pay 100% cost on my insurance (which right now my company picks up 60%) AND pay for the 'Universal Plan' to cover everyone else. So my check would be reduced by close to $1000 a month to cover my insurance and some undetermined amount to cover everyone else except me because I'm not willing to accept 'lowest bidder' for my medical care and it saved my life.

    People age, people get sick, and people die, that's a fact of life that's been going on forever. Either you find a way (as your dad did or as I did) to get the care you need or you die. Your call.

    If you have ANY questions about governmental medical care take a tour of VA hospitals. I have and THEY SUCK! My dad was being treated in a VA hospital, for free since he's a Vietnam Vet, and while he was there he contracted hepatitis. He was there for post traumatic stress disorder and GOT Hep A at the VA Hospital. (Government at it's best.)

    I'm sorry, buck up, pay your bills, and plan ahead. Don't leech off society so you can own a Lexus and not pay for your own parents.

    Obama, at least in his campaign, got it right in forcing companies to provide medical coverage and providing incentives to insurance companies who advocate preventative care. He should also push for stronger restrictions on drugs and pharmaceutical companies to lower their prices as well as care providers and hospitals. That would increase health care for those of us who are in the upper half of the genetic / intellectual bell curve.

    -RT76
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    NewGrowth

    NewGrowth Well-Known Member

    Here and america all I have to do if fill out a form wait ten minutes and show them the money. Canadian politics will never be totally conservative like it gets here in the US. Can we ship our evangelist's up there to 'save' you?
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    LostInSpace...

    LostInSpace... Well-Known Member


    Is there a font for that?
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    NewGrowth

    NewGrowth Well-Known Member

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