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Posted on May 21 at 2:37 p.m.

jukin, you might check out the new bladeless wind turbines that don't kill birds:

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Posted on May 21 at 1:47 p.m.

Nah, Jarvis is actually right about 28.75% of the time, often when many others are disagreeing.

On As Refugio Oil Slick Spreads, Spill Estimate Rises

Posted on May 21 at 1:43 p.m.

Let's not mention that the Indy and Edhat scrubbed their site of the news stories and comments related to the original reports of multiple shooters in the car - and - one shooter murdered and another one taken into custody as reported by the Sheriffs to the media that night. That WAS the official story right up until the manifesto was released publicly in the wee hours of the next morning. I guess it was all just a big 'mistake'.

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Posted on May 21 at 1:37 p.m.

That was a fantastic explanation, nativeson. Let's all just live in the land of fairy tales and lolipops where stupid people literally "don't have brains" and people who ignore evidence of staged massacres and blame it on law abiding gun owners literally "don't have a heart".

The people second most responsible for these tragedies, besides the ones who carry them out, is the general public who keep buying the framed mainstream media version of events along with their tyrannical anti-freedom agendas.

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Posted on May 21 at 1:31 p.m.

Maybe DrDan can explain with logic rather than simply attempting to assert some type of intellectual authority why banning a less lethal method of murdering people, in this case hand guns in the hands of an amateur, is some how better than the alternative of killing many times more and injuring many times more with his car.

I'm not going to "try again", YOU try again. Anybody with any objectivity prefers three people dead to 10 or more dead and perhaps ten times the amount injured. So explain to me why you prefer to see more people murdered and injured in this type of tragedy.

Defend your positions with some intellectual integrity.

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Posted on May 21 at 1:25 p.m.

I'm on team human/gaia, but at the same time I realize that the gaia movement is largely a conspiracy of Luciferians using those who care about the planet to plan and carry out massive human depopulation schemes.

On As Refugio Oil Slick Spreads, Spill Estimate Rises

Posted on May 21 at 12:37 p.m.

"Willing buyers meeting willing sellers remains a good business plan."

At least until your 'Singapore solution' is implemented.

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Posted on May 21 at 12:32 p.m.

Elliot Rodger could have killed a lot more people with his BMW on a busy night in IV if he had been more flexible with his schedule rather than having a specific plan weeks in advance on a specific night where he had to post a specific document on the internet then go into his rampage before it was discovered by authorities.

If he had simply waited for a busy night and a sizable crowd to gather, he could have easily sent 100+ people to the hospital and killed many more than the three that he ended up killing with his guns.

So are we going to ban cars?

It amazes me that somebody who is smart enough to graduate medical school can't think of these kinds of things on their own.

The reason it is so hard to see a mental health professional should be a question for the medical community, not a question for the gun and ammo community.

I don't think IV needs to be armed to the teeth, I'd prefer less firearms in my community. But preventing law abiding citizens from owning guns does not help. Criminals will always get guns, murderers will always find a way to murder.

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Posted on May 21 at 11:11 a.m.

oaintw, the 50mph speed limit right next to those bike lanes is pretty daunting for some recreational cyclists and families to use.

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Posted on May 21 at 10:24 a.m.

"U.S. Coast Guard PIO Rob Simpson said dispersants, or chemicals used to break down oil into smaller droplets, “have not been [part of] discussions as solutions.”"

Good, that stuff is more toxic than the oil.

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