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Old 06-01-2010, 12:58 PM   #11
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Teaching a child to fish is teaching a child to kill. It's what fishing rods are used for.

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My guns evil intentions haven't affected me in the slightest. They are loaded and everything! what gives?
Yours are defective! You should sell them to Gary and appropriate better models.

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Teaching a child to fish is teaching a child to kill. It's what fishing rods are used for.
OMG! I never made that connection before! We MUST ban the Fishing Rod/Pole.

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Default Ban Stupidity

I know let's Ban Stupidity.

If we do that most politicians Worldwide would be forced to retire.

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Teaching a child to fish is teaching a child to kill. It's what fishing rods are used for.
I catch and release. So in my case fishing rods are torture devices meant to lure (get it?) fish from there natural habitat pierce them, take pics then put them back, and put them back in pain and exploited.
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Notdku - Would that make you an "alien race" to every species of fish?! Are fishing in the Fish Known Area of Fifty One?!

You lure them in, kidnap them, photograph them, then release them back to the tell the tale with absolutely no proof but a hole in the lip?

I am seeing a circular trend here....

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NOOOO!! Not the Sea Kittens!

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Zhuk- it is working for the Prairie Dogs. It would be simpler if they had been called what they are- Bubonic Plague carrying Prairie Rats.

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Gentlemen like Mr. Howard and Mr. Cook make me wish time travel were possible so I could transport then to Darwin in February 1942 as the Japanese began bombing the city. While the Japanese didn't do a followup invasion, you can bet that every able-bodied man (and probably woman) who could, did have a weapon. If defending your country is reason enough to own a weapon, so is defending yourself.
As far as learning to kill, I only taught my sons to shoot, safety, maintenance and responsibility. Television, movies and video games taught them about killing. Luckily my teachings trumped theirs.

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Zhuk- it is working for the Prairie Dogs. It would be simpler if they had been called what they are- Bubonic Plague carrying Prairie Rats.
Here it's 'Flying Rats' aka Indian Mynah birds. I'm sure many people bemoan the lack of widespread gun ownership for this solitary reason


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Gentlemen like Mr. Howard and Mr. Cook make me wish time travel were possible so I could transport then to Darwin in February 1942 as the Japanese began bombing the city. While the Japanese didn't do a followup invasion, you can bet that every able-bodied man (and probably woman) who could, did have a weapon. If defending your country is reason enough to own a weapon, so is defending yourself.
As far as learning to kill, I only taught my sons to shoot, safety, maintenance and responsibility. Television, movies and video games taught them about killing. Luckily my teachings trumped theirs.
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Couldn't have put that better, crossfire...although I don't think that's the first thing many think here when you mention "guns".

Firearms must have been pretty prevalent around that time - I've read about old blokes relating how they used to get on the train with their .22s or even .243s (! Unthinkable now) when they were boys after the war, and many men (who obviously would have been ex-servicemen) would sit down next to them and have rational, interested conversations about their firearms. No one went mental...no one was hurt...even weirder, no one thought it at all strange or even dangerous!

Saddens me to think we have fallen so far into fearful, reactive Nanny-Statism all these years later...those old soldiers would be disgusted to think they fought for the "freedom" to be ever more controlled by Govt. So much for "progress" huh
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Saddens me to think we have fallen so far into fearful, reactive Nanny-Statism all these years later...those old soldiers would be disgusted to think they fought for the "freedom" to be ever more controlled by Govt. So much for "progress" huh
Make no mistake, while some are misguided and confused thinking "Nanny-Staters", the majority don't want the average citizen to be a threat to their power in the march toward world socialism. The criminal element is given a free pass because they can be used by those in control to increase their control; politicians and criminals are symbiotic. In some cases, they are actually identical; only differing in their method of operation.
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