If it didn't move... And you had to put it in a wheelchair... Hate to break it to Ya but it's probably dead.
@Batsam, Bastard probably fed it after midnight
I feel obligated to comment on this picture and spread some knowledge of gun control. First off, gun control doesn't work. The assault weapons ban did nothing to curb gun violence. All it did was ban some rifles if they had. Certain COSMETIC features on it. Some people insist that an AR-15 is a military weapon. Yet not one country uses that gun in there armed forces. An AR-15 operates the same exact way that any old semi-automatic rifle works. One trigger pull equals one bullet. Saying cosmetic features alter the guns performance is like putting racing stripes on a Prius saying it will go faster. Sure England may have an all out ban on guns and so does Australia. But they have higher percentage of violent crimes then in the US. Keep in mind that a violent crime can be something that doesn't involve a gun. Lets compare two Similar US cities. Chicago and Houston. Chicago has been rated one of the most dangerous cities in America an they aren't even allowed to legally carry a gun at all.
@2ndAmendment, But Houston welcomes guns and there crime rate is very low compared to Chicago. Switzerland requires ever household to have a gun and there crime rate is almost non existent. One difference also is that those countries are not in an economical downward spiral causing people to go crazy. Just think of the Colorado movie theatre shooting. If it hadn't been a gun free zone, someone could have been carrying and put a stop to his killing an the casualties could have been much lower. So we have learned now that we need better leaders for this country. Not the morons we have now who pass laws without even voting on it.
@2ndAmendment, answer me this, which is more deadly, a gun or a knife? With one you can potentially kill someone from 3 miles away (in theory, after that they are hiding behind the curvature of the earth, obviously it would be almost impossible) or at a range of a few feet. I know which one I'd prefer someone to attack me with. Also I could run away from someone with a knife, someone with a gun could just shoot me in the back. It requires strength and speed to use a knife effectively, all you need for a gun is a steady hand and a trigger finger
@2ndAmendment, AR-15 is more deadly in single shot mode than modified to full auto. If you are smart enough to aim. But I would always feel safer with a firing range full of rookies than one pyschotic with nothing to lose and infamy to gain.
@KMN, even the liberal Joe Biden said a shotgun is more accurate than an ar15
@2ndAmendment, I appreciate your comment since I am a second ammendment supporter and agree with your points, but why would someone leave a gun on the porch? This was a silly post.
@2ndAmendment, have you looked at statistics on the Brady campaign? How dramatically gun violence went down once it was enacted and the when it was repealed how it jumped back up. Maybe a little more facts would help your statement
@KMN, then Joe is one crappy shot because I hit every time at 400 yds with it.
@CrazyRightWinger, I like how you said it. Leaving any weapon anywhere unattended is irresponsible ALL the time
@TheReturnMan, it's all relative to who is using it. A gun does also require skill and strength. Most semi autos will jam without a firm grip, and revolvers tend to have more recoil.
@2ndAmendment, so you're the one who has the username I wanted... I like you..
@2ndAmendment, Oh, my friend, I think you are misleading a lot of people here on certain things...
Not being American, I cannot really position myself on the debate of gun ownership. But it angers me to see how some people are trying to invent some facts to help themselves out with arguments or to literally try to convince themselves their choice is right... However and whatever, your statistics are clearly wrong here. You need to dig deeper before merely saying that Australia and England have a higher violent crime rate. I see in your paragraph you do admit these are not necesarily related to gun crimes... Which is good, but you also forgot to precise that the definition made by the USA ( FBI ) and by england about violent crimes is COMPLETLY different. The british definition takes into account a lot of smaller crimes and thus it boosts the rate up. Furthermore, America has a Murder WITH FIREARMS ( and - don't get me wrong here, but homicidal and crime rate too I believe )- A LOT h
@Ratou, higher than england and Australia put together. ( And this, per capita, not in total )
So as far as I can understand all the arguments and the reasonning behind gun ownership and liberty in the U.S. ( which is perfectly fine for me ! :p ) I believe that you must bring up the right statistics with, too , good fair studies behind them! :)
im taking a government class and I have to have a letter to the editor on the cover, guess i found my cover
That boy must be superman if he can pick up his yard
Give him a medal
First upload 8)
The more amazing thing is that a boy picked up his yard...and MOVED IT somewhere else
Guns just make it easier for people to kill people intentionally or unintentionally. Nuclear bombs don't kill people either, but I'm glad my neighbor doesn't have one.
@Poser Pete, But how awesome would it be to have a self-defense nuke? "Give me your wallet." "F@ck you, I'm vaporizing Maine."
@Poser Pete, but are you sure sure?
Did I just read that this tool left a shotgun and ammo lying around on his front porch for the day? And he's trying to day gun owners are reasonable and responsible people.
@TheMonkeyGod, obviously it's satirical. I bet you're real fun at parties
@thabeef57, yes.... and you clearly don't understand satirising. Didn't occur to you that perhaps my comment was also satirising? No? Maybe if I typed it slower....
Woah Windsor Locks isnt too far from my house. CT power!
Omg I'm in random and the next fvcking pic is this 148891 it's so motherfvcking perfect