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  1. saturnsport8k commented on Mike Lester 2 months ago

    That sound you’re hearing is the joke flying over your head.

    They looted his bullhorn, along with anything else not bolted down, before he could finish his sentence.

  2. saturnsport8k commented on Candorville 3 months ago

    Wu Tang reference?

  3. saturnsport8k commented on Candorville 3 months ago

    I didnt say federal. But since you brought it up, the NFA of ‘34 was against far more than “the casual ownership of selective fire weaponry”. In fact, in 1934, there were no selective fire weaponry. Feel free to name any firearms of the time that had a selector and what those selections were. Along with the NFA came the NFA stamp, which levied a $200 tax (worth about $18K of today’s dollars) which effectively ruled out the ownership of automatic firing weapons, short barreled weapons (less than 16inches), suppressors/silencers (same thing), destructive devices (pipe bombs, grenades, explosives), and AOW (any other weapons) for the poor (mostly blacks, irish, jews, other minorities and immigrants) of the time.

    Tell ya what, i’ll put my 10 NFA stamps worth of firearms, gun history, gun law knowledge against your 20 minutes of wikipedia any day, and we can have a knowledge bowl about the subject. When i’m done winning, we can have a drink and converse about the NFA of 1934, GCA of 68, FOPA of 86 (including Hughes Amendment), and the Brady Act of 94 – drinks on me.

  4. saturnsport8k commented on Candorville 3 months ago

    Well i’m neither low-education, nor white. And the whites that i know who are gun advocates are not low-education. Furthermore, I am positive i have far more man-hours of experience and knowledge regarding guns and US gun control laws than all of you commenting here combined, plus Darrin Bell. The first gun control laws in the US were slave codes that were levied against blacks, specifically slaves and then included free blacks as well, to prevent the possession, use, or ownership of guns and other weapons. The first was in Virginia in the 1640s. As pointed out above, the gun control measures of the 1960s were in response to blacks lawfully arming themselves.

  5. saturnsport8k commented on Candorville 3 months ago

    Excuse me… the first gun control laws in America

  6. saturnsport8k commented on Break of Day 3 months ago

    nobody forces you to take a job that pays minimum wage. if you feel you are worth more, work somewhere in a position that pays more

  7. saturnsport8k commented on Candorville 3 months ago

    This much is correct, though: gun control is and has been about race since the first gun control laws were passed.

  8. saturnsport8k commented on Candorville 3 months ago

    Clyde is partially right. In 2013, president Obama banned (through executive action) the reimportation of surplus WW2 rifles; many would have come from African nations. Halfrican POTUS is obviously racist.

    Where he is incorrect is that surplus ammo manufactured in South Africa is frequently bought and sold in the US, and has been for a long time.

  9. saturnsport8k commented on Candorville 3 months ago

    The irony in today’s comic is that it is pointed out how for the first time, the younger generations (more liberal) are doing worse than the older generations (more conservative). that idealistic $#it dont pay your rent.

  10. saturnsport8k commented on Candorville 6 months ago

    that hashtag slactivism didnt bring em home? color me shocked