Dennis Miller had a suggestion for a new gun law, and I think it's a great idea: One shall not be able to have more guns than teeth.
You mean George Washington's choppers wouldn't pass the New Gun Laws high quality test?
Where is the fun in that? I wonder if people would start getting more teeth put into their mouth
If that were a real law, you can bet many southerners would be getting implants!
Every once in a while Miller says something that I agree with. This is one of the few.
Guns????? I thought Miller was talking about gums!
Humm, what do teeth have to do with owning guns? Whats next, duck calls, ATVs and hound dogs?
Howdy, Mike. Hi, Eric. Wow - several of my favorite hubguys are on this thread!
I believe with all of my heart that Charles Manson has every bit the same human rights as you do, and should be able to defend his home as I can - with an automatic defence rifle.
Modern Times Where Guns Control Our Lives
If there was any situation that would signify the need for gun control it would be the despicable acts perpetrated by Anders Behring Breivik who viciously, mercilessly killed 77 people in Norway.
I get the impression from his German salute that he actually believe he did something significant. Killing defenseless people is not significant from the standpoint that it is an act worthy of anything more than a coward. Pretty much anyone can kill defenseless people even a five-year-old baby can kill defenseless people.
Reading one of his reports (coward Anders Behring Breivik) he talked about preparations for the killing and how he knew before this event took place that he was going to be thirsty so he brought himself some water.
I'm betting if more than Anders Behring Breivik had a gun they could've put an end to his madness.
Even though Anders Behring Breivik is asking for the death penalty frankly I believe that he believes Norway doesn't have the stones to put him to death.
Okay, I just counted my teeth, and I'm a few guns short. I've been wantin' a new .22 for squirrels...
Are you sure this isn't some conspiracy on the part of people who don't end up needing their wisdom teeth removed to take the rest of us out?
Really, though, if video games have taught me anything it's that you should never have more guns than you have numbers on your keyboard.
Except if you've got a gun that can be dual-weilded, in which case two of them at once counts as one gun. And in some rare cases a category of guns can all count as one gun, but only if you have a beard.
Interesting. I'm not one to really care for gun laws and what's up with them, but I do think people should be able to have guns -- but that doesn't mean they need assault weapons like AK-47's. As Henry Rollins once said, "Who are you going to shoot with that?"
My only worry when it comes to guns, is literally, zombies. I feel I need to stock up on those, which sort of clashes with my above ideas. Oh boy.
Maybe guns should just be harder to get a hold of or something. I guess this Dennis Miller has a pretty good idea too, although since everyone doesn't have the same amount of teeth, this might pose some problems
PS: Perhaps citizens could have access to assault weapons as long as they list their honest cause (stocking up for Z-Day)? Haha, I wish I were kidding...
There are already too many zombies and robots out there
Just go to your local factory or or ghetto street and grab one zombie
Go to you local stock exchange and grab a robot, nobody will care, there are free everywhere. While your there, pick me up a donuts flavored coffee, I'm too lazy to chew
Guns are just too easy to get,
by tobey100 7 years ago
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by Michele Travis 5 years ago
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by Cindy Vine 7 years ago
Should guns be restricted to military, police and security guards?
by My Esoteric 2 years ago
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by My Esoteric 4 months ago
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by ahorseback 4 years ago
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