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Old 01-22-2013, 04:08 AM   #21
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The next item on the list will be those horrid wooden closet rods- because they could be used as a Bo staff.

And YOU- you horrible thing, you- I'll bet you have any number of them around your house, and have made NO effort whatsoever to secure them and prevent kids from playing with them. I mean really, who NEEDS a closet rod nowdays? Why, at the time that the Consitution was drafted, the coat hanger had not been invented. They never envisioned the mayhem that could be wrought with a closet rod. Usually one of the tactical ones- that has the thing that goes up over.

If it saved just ONE child, wouldn't it be worth getting a few wrinkles in your Che Guevera T-shirt?

You forgot to mention the number of suicides people commit using a closet rod. Or accidental deaths. Remember David Carradine- martial arts master- dead in a closet in Bangkok?
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Did you notice the look on the Newsbabe's face when she shot that thing? I think she moistened herself a tad. Definitely she is going to hit the internet and find herself one of these legal toys!

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What kinda a**hat shoots deer and leaves them. Poaching in urban areas is dangerous and illegal, and leaving the deer in people's front yards is an awful thing to do.

Side note: I want to buy a crossbow now.

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I thought I heard them say Ontario in the vid? Is this in Canada? Guns are already illegal in Canada so they have to drum up fear with something i guess.
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ya they have outlawed archery up there as well in certain parts of the country.
Just want to clear some stuff up real quick. Not all guns are illegal up here. We're allowed to own a good majority of them, we just require licensing for them and a higher license for different "classes" of firearms.

As for bow hunting, it's not against the law either. Just like you guys we've got a bow season and a rifle season for big game animals.
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Just want to clear some stuff up real quick. Not all guns are illegal up here. We're allowed to own a good majority of them, we just require licensing for them and a higher license for different "classes" of firearms.

As for bow hunting, it's not against the law either. Just like you guys we've got a bow season and a rifle season for big game animals.
Last time I hunted up there I was told certain parts of Quebec was illegal to bow hunt.
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Last time I hunted up there I was told certain parts of Quebec was illegal to bow hunt.
Well frenchies are a little on the strange side up here. But I'm not sure what the hunting laws are that way since the farthest east I've lived is Ontario. Since I've got nothing better to do at this point in the day ill take a look.
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Yeah, I can see how easily I could conceal that crossbow under my jacket.

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Poaching in urban areas is challenging and difficult, and leaving the gut pile in people's front yards without giving them any venison is an awful thing to do.
There Blueguns, I fixed it for 'ya!
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There Blueguns, I fixed it for 'ya!
Lol. Especially unethical if you don't give them any venison.
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