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Posted on June 24 at 3:07 p.m.
Gun fanatics like to talk a lot about safety, accountability and responsible gun ownership, but won't ever suggest that those things should come before the ownership part. Heck, they already whine like a bunch of little toddlers about having to take a handgun safety course that amounts to little more than a checkbox card.
Making guns more difficult to acquire is a no-brainer.
On Too Many Moments of Silence
Posted on October 21 at 1:27 p.m.
> legal drugs created and heavily promoted by transnational pharmaceutical corporations
So, the availability of and easy access to firearms isn't the problem or even part of the problem, and you're a corrupt political hack for even thinking that it's part of the problem. The REAL problem is the multinational drug companies? Oh brother ...
On Santa Barbara Bigwigs Talk Gun Control
Posted on October 21 at 1:05 p.m.
Fear-mongering by corrupt political hacks ... like:
> never in history has a registry not led to mass confiscations
> federal purchase order for 7000 AR-15s — by a domestic agency, and thus presumably for potential use against US citizens
> The average woman has no chance of physically overcoming a male rapist
Gun nuts are teh wurst evar
Posted on September 10 at 10:24 a.m.
Your streets? Since when do you own the street? Buying a home does not come with guraunteed street parking. Besides, no one forced you to live downtown.
The overly restrictive parking is an incredible money maker for the City. It's an extortion racket, plain and simple. And they're fleecing the people who can least afford it, since anyone who can afford it rents a spot from one of the overpriced lots close to State.
No parking Wednesdays 7am - 9am, except Sundays or Holidays or the second Tuesday after the lunar eclpise. I just fight every ticket I get. I refuse to take this lying down!
On Loco over Parking
Posted on September 10 at 10:10 a.m.
On UCSB Anthropologists Study the Genesis of Reciprocity in Food Sharing
Posted on August 9 at 2:45 p.m.
"Zimmerman had a black girlfriend for his prom date."
Therefore, the man is clearly incapable of racial profiling. Case closed liberaltards.
On Television Reports on a Florida Murder Trial
Posted on August 9 at 2:43 p.m.
Great letter! Companies (in most cases) have a responsibility to inform the consumer of the potential hazards their product presents. Seems to me that willy88 doesn't understand this country's "lib-dem" legal system.
On Right to Protect Arms?
Posted on July 12 at 2:39 p.m.
"the epidemic of mass murder comenced with the age of Prozac, Zoloft etc"
Oh, brother. That's a whopper.
The only people opposed to universal background checks have a financial interest (the NRA) or are conspiracy mongering.
On The Guns of Santa Barbara County
Posted on July 11 at 5:14 p.m.
"Yes, and, convenient cliches aside, cars kill over 30,000 people a year also."
Interesting comparison, considering every driver is licensed and every vehicle registered in an effort to increase safety and responsibility. Are you suggesting we do the same with guns? Something makes me think you'd be opposed to that ...
Posted on February 28 at 1:23 p.m.
>Why is there something instead of nothing?
What makes you think nothing is more likely than something? Or equally likely? Or even possible? I have never experienced nothing. I don't even know what nothing means. Is it possible to describe nothing?
A more appropriate question to ask: Why is there this something instead of some other something?
Apart from that, I love spending time in the San Raf. and reading about other people's adventures. Thanks for the article.
On Manzana Free Camp