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  • ChiefIllini1
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    ACT II:

    The cops talking about breaking the bones of the old lady in the video above. This is their "After Party." Jump to 17:20 of the video to see the silent fist bump of the "Thin Blue Line," and then a couple of seconds later, at 18:02, there's the one person asking, "Did you hear the pop?" The pop involved the tendons and bones of the 73-year-old lady with dementia.



    EPILOGUE:

    In more news of sociopaths with guns, we have terrible shooter Wayne LaPierre trying and failing to kill an elephant. Very disturbing video:

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  • dadudaman4
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    Wal- mart has a policy of prosecuting all shoplifters. If they wanted her to be let go, they simply would have told the police they did not want to prosecute. They didn't.

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  • ChiefIllini1
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    Sociopaths. With guns.
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  • ChiefIllini1
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    For some truly loathsome people, my Brothers and Sisters, I give you Wayne LaPierre and his wife, Susan:
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    The Trace and The New Yorker obtained a copy of the footage, which has been hidden from public view for eight years. It shows that when guides tracked down an elephant for LaPierre, the N.R.A. chief proved to be a poor marksman. After LaPierre’s first shot wounded the elephant, guides brought him a short distance from the animal, which was lying on its side, immobilized. Firing from point-blank range, LaPierre shot the animal three times in the wrong place. Finally, a guide had the host of “Under Wild Skies” fire the shot that killed the elephant. Later that day, Susan LaPierre showed herself to be a better shot than her husband. After guides tracked down an elephant for her, Susan killed it, cut off its tail, and held it in the air. “Victory!” she shouted, laughing.

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    Exactly how much sport is it to shoot elephants? It's not possible to miss. They are as big as a house. I think all of the gun cos-play is pretty juvenile, and all of it, every last bit of it, harms America. But this, my friends, this is sociopathic. You can read the article in The New Yorker.
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  • MAL
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    Originally posted by ChiefIllini1 View Post
    Debra has a point:
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    GQP-sponsored murder includes much of the Covid losses, the gun slaughter, and, before that, the tobacco killings. Seriously, though, get rid of your guns, wear a mask and stop smoking, so that you can live long enough to one day own the libs.
    I heard one of those bills makes it legal to plow over rioters that attack your car...now that is serious legislation...and if the rioters are BLM/ANTIFA, it will help with the "gun slaughter" epidemic that is promoted by Democrats.

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  • ChiefIllini1
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    We had two Trump Stores in Horry County, one in Myrtle Beach and one in Conway. Both were owned by the same person (a carnival operator of course), and both have closed down permanently:
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    That's a start. Now, if that would happen to all the gun stores in America, we would live in a safer, better country.

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  • dadudaman4
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    Messing is a liberal idiot, much like most, if not all, of the Hollywood elites. Let's not forget that Democrats and their well run cities are primarily responsible for the "gun slaughter" you mention. Apparently, Black Lives Matter only when a cop is involved, not the every day killing that occurs.

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  • ChiefIllini1
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    Debra has a point:
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    GQP-sponsored murder includes much of the Covid losses, the gun slaughter, and, before that, the tobacco killings. Seriously, though, get rid of your guns, wear a mask and stop smoking, so that you can live long enough to one day own the libs.

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  • MAL
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    Most Mass Shooters ‘Dad-Deprived Males’: Author Warren Farrell


    BY ZACHARY STIEBER AND JAN JEKIELEK

    April 22, 2021 Updated: April 22, 2021


    Key commonalities for most mass shooters in the United States are that they are male and that they lack a father figure in their lives, author Warren Farrell says.

    “There’s common denominators among mass shooters, the most obvious is that they’re male—98 percent are male. A second common denominator is that they’re almost all dad-deprived males,” Farrell told The Epoch Times’ “American Thought Leaders.”

    People who carry out mass shootings at schools in particular tend to be boys who are suicidal, depressed, and dad-deprived.

    In one example, a recent school shooter in Indianapolis did not have a father because in his early teens, his dad committed suicide. In another case, Stephen Paddock, who killed 58 in a mass shooting in Las Vegas, experienced his father imprisoned and went lengthy periods of time without seeing him. Adam Lanza, who authorities say opened fire in Newtown, Connecticut in 2012, also did not often see his father, who was divorced from his mother.

    “What we think of when we think of mass shootings is the people who are hurt. We don’t realize that all of these people are hurt by boys who are hurt, who are deprived of their dads, who are feeling neglected and depressed,” said Farrell, the chair of the Coalition to Create a White House Council on Boys and Men.
    Former Western Connecticut State University student Adam Lanza, who authorities said opened fire inside the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in 2012. (Western Connecticut State University, File/AP Photo)
    In his research for his most recent book, “The Boy Crisis,” Farrell identified signs of boys being hurt, developing a list of 63 signs. He hopes the list, which he described as a “male depression-suicide inventory,” is used to question young people.

    “Because if you have these experiences, these are red flags that the guidance counselors and psychologists in school should be paying attention to,” he said. “So for example, one of the questions that is on the inventory is, ‘do you feel that no one loves you? And no one needs you. And there’s no hope of that changing.’ So a boy who doesn’t feel loved? And who doesn’t feel needed? And feel that there’s no hope of that changing? That’s a huge red flag,” he said.

    Examining the list in interactions with children could help prevent mass shootings, Farrell asserted, adding that boys who are depressed tend to act out, bullying others.

    Most boys who have very troubled childhoods do not end up becoming mass shooters.

    “It’s also very important to remember that when boys become mass shooters … I am not saying that they should not be fully punished and fully held accountable for this. It’s a heinous crime that has to be held fully accountable,” Farrell emphasized.

    “I’m also saying, we care about protecting ourselves both from mass shootings, and also from the other things, that the crimes that the boys who are both dad-deprived and depressed and suicidal, tend to do. And if we’re going to prevent those things from happening, then we can catch the boy in the process of his grief and at the same time, save ourselves. So we have a win win situation.”

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  • HuffHall
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    Same can be said for you and mal, enjoy your Q drops clowns
    Last edited by HuffHall; 04-23-2021, 07:57 AM.

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  • dadudaman4
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    I wouldn't want to interfere in your bromance with the Chief. You guys are a matching set.

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  • HuffHall
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    No problem pointing that out but mums the word on the continued stupidity and all encompassing ignorance your buddy mal shows daily with his posts on voter fraud. How about the 2 of you head on over to that overpass and bring Chief an nice cold beer

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  • dadudaman4
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    Originally posted by ChiefIllini1 View Post
    Point out the warnings you see in the gun advertisements above. Also, Purdue Pharma has been successfully sued although people realize that that **** is addictive. Cigarette manufacturers were sued for deaths that occurred after they started putting warnings on their labels.

    Gun manufacturers only tell people about how to get their "Man Card," or about the many lovely "missions" their guns can go on (but neglect to tell the consumer that some of those missions will include suicide, murder, injury, or the theft and use of your gun in a crime).

    And many jurisdictions tax products or uses that can cause harm so as to reimburse the government for costs associated with using those products: gasoline, tobacco, tollways, etc.

    If there's no case, why so worried? If you really owned an actual Man Card, you'd say, "BRING IT ON!"
    You do not know what you are talking about regarding product liability suits, and you demonstrate your ignorance with each post. You need to spend more time under that overpass you reference.

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  • MAL
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    I am sick and tired of warning labels.

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  • MAL
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    OP, here is a guitar that requires a back ground check, an ID to purchase and a serial number.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QHxWNl3TDI

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