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Old 03-23-2013, 09:41 PM   #21
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The problem with "common sense" gun laws, is that they don't work at all.

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Yup, there I went, to hell with this thread.
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You went to hell? Wow, awesome.

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Originally Posted by Amsdorf View Post
Folks, I am entirely in favor of common sense gun control. This video explains why.

Do you agree with me?
Great video, well done. But you forgot to mention the common sense of eye and ear protection.

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Originally Posted by orangello View Post
Say what now? Did you teach yourself to read and write? What about mathematics or literature?

I taught myself how to work on my VW beetle when I was in Jr. High and High School, but a shop class would have been darn helpful and would have certainly sped up the process.

The things "best learned by experience" are the things that are most difficult for students to accept from a teacher. For example, most young men won't accept that "there is always somebody tougher" until they meet an example of such.

I am educated enough and burnt on idealism by experience, IMO.
I realize there is some overlap between knowledge and wisdom, but I think you are confusing the two!
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