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Old 03-26-2013, 02:00 AM   #11
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Missing from that report is the obligatory inventory of the residents...

"As the suspect was taken into custody, a team searched the home of the suspect. 27 knives of varying length and scariness were recovered...with no less than 19 in the kitchen area alone!" "It is obvious to authorities that many more assaults were planned"
That's funny as heck. Where have you been?


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Old 03-26-2013, 02:14 AM   #12
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Knives have been used in acts of violence for many thousands of years. Why are there so many knives in America? It is because of the National Knife Association. The NKA opposes any reasonable law to protect our children.
Banning knives are long over do. Knives are not needed in the modern war. Vice President Biden has shown Dental Floss is much better for slicing and dicing than are the evil knives. Obama has however questioned how well Dental Floss would work on larger fruits such as water melons.


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Sorry for the thread title fail. Target, Walmart, meh.
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Knives have been used in acts of violence for many thousands of years. Why are there so many knives in America? It is because of the National Knife Association. The NKA opposes any reasonable law to protect our children.
Banning knives are long over do. Knives are not needed in the modern war. Vice President Biden has shown Dental Floss is much better for slicing and dicing than are the evil knives. Obama has however questioned how well Dental Floss would work on larger fruits such as water melons.
Knives aren't banned because law and government have guns....
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It's called "gun bias".

Antis can not see or understand our appreciation of firearms so they get to feel good by calling for bans on a product that they could not justify owning themselves...

Knives on the other hand, and pools, and cars, and household cleaners, and fists, and feet.... All items that kill far more people than guns but ALL items that EVERYONE has a use for. Ever notice how they like the term "Legitimate Use".

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Missing from that report is the obligatory inventory of the residents...

"As the suspect was taken into custody, a team searched the home of the suspect. 27 knives of varying length and scariness were recovered...with no less than 19 in the kitchen area alone!" "It is obvious to authorities that many more assaults were planned"
LMFAO! I had to pass it on to my wife, who is still trying to catch her breath. Way too funny!

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Knives have been used in acts of violence for many thousands of years. Why are there so many knives in America? It is because of the National Knife Association. The NKA opposes any reasonable law to protect our children.
Banning knives are long over do. Knives are not needed in the modern war. Vice President Biden has shown Dental Floss is much better for slicing and dicing than are the evil knives. Obama has however questioned how well Dental Floss would work on larger fruits such as water melons.
That's just wrong. Hilarious? Absofrickenlutely, but still wrong. LMAO!
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Sorry for the thread title fail. Target, Walmart, meh.
No bigs, I'm not a strong reader lmao


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