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December 21st #osceasefire

#61jubjub360Posted 12/18/2012 12:58:06 PM
RPG maniac87 posted...
What's the deal with the pound sign "osceasefire"?


Twitter hashtag. It'll look like a clickable link if done on twitter so... #osceasefire, click on it, and you'll see how many people tweeted about it.
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#62RPG maniac87Posted 12/18/2012 1:01:06 PM
Ah, that social media blogging stuff? Thanks for letting me know.
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#63jubjub360Posted 12/18/2012 1:02:01 PM
RPG maniac87 posted...
Ah, that social media blogging stuff? Thanks for letting me know.


No problem. I myself use twitter but I rarely, if ever, use hash tags.
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#64gucciburrrPosted 12/18/2012 1:03:07 PM
killak posted...
From: gucciburrr | #054
No, they're accessible by me and me only. So they're not "in the wild". Do you think I sleep in a home with my doors and windows open? You think there's a vacancy sign by these opened doors and windows??


So you never go out and leave them at home? People rip ATMs out of the walls. A secure gun is only secure for the fact that you kids can't easily get it. If someone wants your gun/s, they can get them.


So I shouldn't have weapons because of the "possibility" that some random person can break in and steal them? Rofl. How about I never drive my vehicle because of the possibility that I may be steamrolled by a drunk driver. Especially since there have been zero break-ins in my heavily armed neighborhood, since I lived there, but I have lost two close friends due to drunk driving. Two incidents where law abiding citizens got mangled by drunken dumbasses. In my state, when you acquire a certain amount of firearms, you are required to provide proof that you have a safe. I have two high quality safes. My weapons are secure. Until someone steals my weapons, they're not "in the wild" nor will I contemplate such paranoid nonsense....
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#65theshovellerPosted 12/18/2012 1:03:50 PM
jubjub360 posted...
RPG maniac87 posted...
Ah, that social media blogging stuff? Thanks for letting me know.


No problem. I myself use twitter but I rarely, if ever, use hash tags.


I only use twitter to get Borderlands 2 codes, and to follow the ongoing escapades of Jerk Superman and The Goddamn Batman, because they're jerk Superman and the goddamn Batman.
#66jubjub360Posted 12/18/2012 1:06:06 PM
gucciburrr posted...
killak posted...
From: gucciburrr | #054
No, they're accessible by me and me only. So they're not "in the wild". Do you think I sleep in a home with my doors and windows open? You think there's a vacancy sign by these opened doors and windows??


So you never go out and leave them at home? People rip ATMs out of the walls. A secure gun is only secure for the fact that you kids can't easily get it. If someone wants your gun/s, they can get them.


So I shouldn't have weapons because of the "possibility" that some random person can break in and steal them? Rofl. How about I never drive my vehicle because of the possibility that I may be steamrolled by a drunk driver. Especially since there have been zero break-ins in my heavily armed neighborhood, since I lived there, but I have lost two close friends due to drunk driving. Two incidents where law abiding citizens got mangled by drunken dumbasses. In my state, when you acquire a certain amount of firearms, you are required to provide proof that you have a safe. I have two high quality safes. My weapons are secure. Until someone steals my weapons, they're not "in the wild" nor will I contemplate such paranoid nonsense....


Hey gucciburr, have you seen that show about how someone will break into a house and then explain to the home owners about how he got in, then go and fix and modify everything to help with burglar prevention? Well there was an episode about a gun owner and his gun safe was not secure to both the wall and the floor.

Just curious, how's your gun safe secured?
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#67theshovellerPosted 12/18/2012 1:18:00 PM
jubjub360 posted...
Hey gucciburr, have you seen that show about how someone will break into a house and then explain to the home owners about how he got in, then go and fix and modify everything to help with burglar prevention? Well there was an episode about a gun owner and his gun safe was not secure to both the wall and the floor.

Just curious, how's your gun safe secured?


Part of me wonders that if they somehow break open your gun safe to get to the gun inside, then they're not exactly "easy to access." Like, someone wouldn't blame the guy who owned the guns if they were stolen and used in a robbery if they noticed a giant hole in your wall or floor and a broken, destroyed safe somewhere nearby. I mean, there's only so much you can do to prevent them from getting into someone's hands, and after a certain point, you have to place the blame on the guy doing the bad thing and not the guy who did everything he could to prevent it.
#68jubjub360Posted 12/18/2012 1:18:48 PM
theshoveller posted...
jubjub360 posted...
Hey gucciburr, have you seen that show about how someone will break into a house and then explain to the home owners about how he got in, then go and fix and modify everything to help with burglar prevention? Well there was an episode about a gun owner and his gun safe was not secure to both the wall and the floor.

Just curious, how's your gun safe secured?


Part of me wonders that if they somehow break open your gun safe to get to the gun inside, then they're not exactly "easy to access." Like, someone wouldn't blame the guy who owned the guns if they were stolen and used in a robbery if they noticed a giant hole in your wall or floor and a broken, destroyed safe somewhere nearby. I mean, there's only so much you can do to prevent them from getting into someone's hands, and after a certain point, you have to place the blame on the guy doing the bad thing and not the guy who did everything he could to prevent it.


Lol I didn't mention how they got into the gun safe. They didn't break it open. They took the whole safe with them the first time.
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#69CrimsonGear80Posted 12/18/2012 1:19:35 PM
Yeah....do this and you might as well be telling Fox news and all those other assclown journalists that "hey, you guys were right! Violent, shooter games may cause me to go insane! I won't play them for a day in the hopes that won't happen!"

You wanna help the families of this tragedy? Donate money or raise awareness for mental illnesses and gun control. Don't let the psycho who committed this act win.
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#70killakPosted 12/18/2012 1:20:16 PM
From: gucciburrr | #064
So I shouldn't have weapons because of the "possibility" that some random person can break in and steal them? Rofl. How about I never drive my vehicle because of the possibility that I may be steamrolled by a drunk driver. Especially since there have been zero break-ins in my heavily armed neighborhood, since I lived there, but I have lost two close friends due to drunk driving. Two incidents where law abiding citizens got mangled by drunken dumbasses. In my state, when you acquire a certain amount of firearms, you are required to provide proof that you have a safe. I have two high quality safes. My weapons are secure. Until someone steals my weapons, they're not "in the wild" nor will I contemplate such paranoid nonsense....


You're overreacting at this point, so i'll let you know that you're not even arguing what i'm trying to say, and since I never once said you shouldn't have them....i'll leave it at this point as i'd prefer not to argue a strawman
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