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Paul Szep

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  1. mickey1339

    mickey1339 GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    As usual after a “shooting incident,” there is a flurry of people screaming for tighter gun control. I live in California and we have almost the most restrictive laws in the country. All the registration, assault weapons ban etc have been in effect here for years. Still, there were a flurry of bills proposed after Sandy Hook and many of us who are active shooters dreaded the results. To say the furor on both sides was intense is a complete understatement.


    The fight went right to Governor Brown’s desk a few days ago. To my shock and surprise, our beloved Governor Moonbeam vetoed most of what we considered the most onerous and his explanation was even more surprising (coming from our extremely liberal state government): he did not see where these new bills would realistically improve the crime or violence in California. He did pass a “groundbreaking law” banning lead ammunition for hunting that is the first in the U.S. (we are the trendsetters). These were hard fought on both sides and yet show that compromise can come when people give each other a fair chance. Now if we could just talk a little more about this “train to nowhere….”

  2. Stipple

    Stipple said, about 1 year ago

    @mickey1339

    Lead is bad and no longer used for bullets in California? Antimony and copper is safer?
    How about spent uranium? Tons of those bullets are all over Afghanistan and nobody worries about their innocent wildlife.
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    No wonder the world thinks we are crazy and dangerous, we are.

  3. Stipple

    Stipple said, about 1 year ago

    Why do you expect I get my information from the internet?
    Egocentric point of view, you expect others to be similar to yourself.
    I went to school, did well, went to college, did well there also.
    I don’t expect spent uranium to be any worse than lead bullets laying around, but no better either. It was the lead shot getting eaten that was harming wildlife.
    Larger bullets do not get eaten as often so their danger level would be on a par with spent uranium slugs which are also large.

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