You wanna credit Sirc for ALL that. Fine. I'll take your logic a step further and credit Phrost for it.
You said it:
I repeated it:Quote:
Sure he set the initial stage
Then, as usual, you **** it up..Quote:
He set it up, but he didn't set it up
Too stupid, even for me.Quote:
credit Phrost for it
Just keep repeating something and you don't have to prove it, is that it? Well, by all means, repeat away.Quote:
You on the other hand simply contradict whatever point you are responding to.
Translation: my "possition" isn't sufficiently simplistic and one-dimensional for you to comprehend, so you won't try to debate matters logically. You'll just...Quote:
You have no possition of your own.
You are smarmy, yellow ***** who can't even stick to their guns in a conversation.
...kindergarten-level name-calling to hide your utter inability to utilize logical rebuttals. No that I have anything against the terrible-twos...Quote:
It's even funnier that you think you come off as some sort of badass.
You do know--don't you?--the difference between "running with" people and knowing who they are (because everyone around you, cops included, knows them), but choosing not to do business with them? You do know this...right? Otherwise, it might seem as though your "reality" is determined by TV and Tarantino movies.Quote:
Reality is going to be a harsh mistress if you really run with the sorts you say you do.
How is a job-description an "appeal to authority" and how is politely refusing various offers "sucking dick"? Please, genius, enlighten me.Quote:
For instance, what is with that weak ass "I'm a bouncer, I suck dick for the mafia" appeal to authority?
You beg real purty.Quote:
Seems all of your personalities have decided it's back to kindergarten name-calling. Isn't it nice when they all agree?Quote:
You are, what we reffer to around here as a "**** talking punk bitch".
Obviously, "proper and legal storage" means something different where you live. Be sure to stock up on the lube BEFORE THE TRAITORS TAKE OVER!!!!!!Quote:
You can have your neutered 4-shell bird gun and your .30cal anal toy and stuff them right up your invalid pretentions.
EDIT: This charming descent into tantrum-typing of yours makes me wonder: what is it like to come from a culture where men get all weepy and emotional in public? Where I'm from (a fully-evolved Nordic culture) such behaviour is seen as a sign of weakness and inferiority. Do you think it's merely substandard background which makes you get all hysterical so easily...or might there be some genetic deficiency at work as well?
Spell this out for us idiots.
In other news, NICS checks up 49%: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/...9010H020130102
So has Obama/US Federal government done anything since the Sandy Hook massacre?
If I were a gun grabber, I wouldn't get too excited. Gun legislation will stall in the Senate. By the time the issue even gets any attention on the floor, the public outcry will have subsided and it will die. Something else will have the country's attention. Remember way back when, when people gave a **** about Trayvon Martin?
And that's before we even talk about the House, where Republicans have the power to stop the show completely.
The only real chance for new federal gun policies is some type of unilateral action by the President. I won't pretend to fully understand the politics behind an action like that, the extent of the President's power to make those types of changes, such as classifying high cap magazines as NFA items, or the potential Congressional reaction to something like that.
On a related note, it struck me yesterday how short the government's memory is. The media's, too. Since 2001, the threat of homegrown terrorism has barely been a blip on the radar screen unless it was related to Islamic militants.
I was reminded during my reading recently that the 1994 assault weapons ban was one of the biggest motivators for the Oklahoma City bombing in 95, along with the Ruby Ridge and Waco atrocities.
While I wouldn't suggest we capitulate to terrorists, I wonder if any of the politicians in Washington have stopped to fully consider what the true cost of over-reaching gun legislation could be in terms of human life. I suspect there are more McVeighs out there. I just wonder if anyone is thinking about that.
I've been considering the time table needed to design, complete tooling, stamp and secondary operations + marketing for production of 30rnd AR magazines while they are still available.
Granted costs will come down in the future, but it appears there may possibly be a lucrative market for someone willing to sell at the old prices.
The panic may be short lived and polymer magazines are more popular now. However, gun related businesses are a good place to be right now and I think that will continue for quite some time. And there will be more panic buying in the future. You can count on that. The biggest threat to your investment would be the threat of the magazines being banned before you could produce them.