Anyone else find it ironic that they're in a Target?
@Kim Jong Nam, see how nicely they're dressed? Target is the rich people's Wal-Mart
@The Nephalem, anyone else find it ironic that they're in America?
@Kim Jong Nam, I liked this and I liked it so I could like it again...
And no one was shot in target that day.
@JackoftheDead, except Target banned guns in the store the next day. Good job, open carriers.
@DoctorThrob, my point still remains. Besides, when the crime rate around their stores started to ramp up, they said that it was really a request and not a ban.
@DoctorThrob, I think that it's strange that a place with open carry laws like New Hampshire, to say, has not had a massive shooting but states with very strict gun laws like Colorado have issues
@irishdude, Okay so let me break this down for you. If you are planning on robbing/shooting people. How likely is it that you would do it someplace where there is a good chance someone is carrying a gun? I live in Az 1 out of 7 people carry concealed here. We don't have people shootong up our schools or movie theaters.
@dalek khan, I wish I could open carry a hand gun, rather than have to conceal carry, but open carry is just so awkward , police are always called and you end up wasting too much time.
@Y0UR C0NSCIENCE, I prefer to conceal carry mine. It allows me the element of surprise given there is a situation that I would need to use it. Put it this way. I know they have a weapon but they do not know I have a gun.
@dalek khan, what I meant by my comment was that places with very strict gun laws end up having problems
@irishdude, that's what I'm saying. If you have strict gun laws then your average citizen will not bother with a gun. Criminals know this.
Obviously this person has never seen Israel. In Texas they open carry rifles to protest. In Israel they open carry rifles because they have to protect themselves.
)Yes we're insane because we do things differently (
Its ok the safety is on.
But let me ask you this.... Would you rob them?
@Murica777, So I guess deadly force is the only option for defense ever, no other way, don't call the police, don't just stun them, no tazers, only large guns, it's the only way.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, hmm well in that case sir how would you like to be the one to shoot a taser at someone with gun and miss I'm pretty after that he has a bullet with your name on it
@random black dude , 1. I'm not a sir 2. I also wouldn't like to be the one to kill, paralyze, or even mame someone over money. If you would like to be that person I suggest you seek out a professional to help you with that.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, well whatever you self identify as, its a good thing you live in a place where wanting money is the only reason why you would possibly have a gun in your face because you can be robbed of more than just material possessions. where I live their is also the possibility of rape and I shjt you not some guy didn't like seeing your face every day that much so excuse me for my "I'd rather have one and not need it" mentality and secondly I'd love for the world to be at peace where I would never have to worry about hurting someone to protect myself but that's not the world we live in so when the time comes yes I will be that person because if it some idiot or me I bet you won't see random black guy killed on the news
@random black dude , My preferred pronoun is Comrade. I thought we were going for the robbery scenario. It seems like we live in the same place, because all of that stuff happens where I live too. You can protect yourself without a FVCKING ASSAULT RIFLE. No civilian needs it, none of us, not a one, not in this country. Sorry these statements aren't cohesive, but you get the point.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, see their you go don't make everything so vague comrade. While I do agree with you that most people don't need big rifles like that who are you to stop them from spending their own money on the things they enjoy. Now I want to make this as clear as possible I am pro gun but I even see this open carry protest as idiotic but people are going to find guns legally or illegally no matter what gun laws get put in place so why make it harder for Joe schmoe with no mental disorder or criminal background to have equal hardware if not to protect himself than just to have fun with because you shooting guns are fun if you've never tried it yourself
@random black dude , Now I'll be as clear as possible. It needs to be harder for people to get guns like these because they are extremely dangerous. Our current policies on them are obviously not working because people keep dying. We all know that guns will always be here, but they can't be here in a way that endangers innocent people. Surely you would agree with that. Also this is just my personal opinion, but guns are such dense weapons anyway, they're loud and sloppy, and they lack any elegance; Why not choose a more dignified form of destruction? Like swords, swords are cool.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, just because you want to be a pacifist 24/7 doesn't mean you should try to force everyone else to be. I don't like fighting and if I never have to kill a man i won't. But if I feel my life is in danger and I can do something about it some motherfvcker bout to die.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, but I do find the whole "I'm gonna open carry my rifles just to make a statement" thing utterly ridiculous
@MayITakeYourHatSir, just on the dignified form of destruction bit, I do find swords cool I own a few full tang katanas myself but guns have their own elegance as well and that goes double for precision rifles. I've honestly never came as close to an almost sexual climax than when I put a 223 round through a bullseye more than a football field away
@jklyt1, Oh come on, just because I'm sick of hearing about people dying in droves doesn't make me a pacifist. I'm not, by any means, forcing others to do anything. I just think the logical solution to our current problem is gun control, seeing as how it works in so many other countries. And yes, I recognize that gun violence happens all over the first world, but not like it does here.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, ok then I nominate you to be the one who goes and goes to take the guns from criminals. And no you don't get one yourself since we're trying to keep guns off the streets and all.
@jklyt1, Alright, you can get pissy and irrational all you want, it's a viable solution.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, I'm not getting pissy I'm pokin holes in your solution. The people who are dangerous with guns are the ones who wish harm on other people. And I promise you those people will not turn in their guns.
@jklyt1, I see where the break down is... Nobody wants to take the guns away, gun control is supposed to be a preventative thing. So that in the future, if a person has like schizophrenia for example, they can't get certain kinds of guns. "Well they can always just get a gun illegally and bypass that," you say? Where is their shady gun guy getting his guns? Who is selling shady gun guy a gun, when he probably has a criminal history? What if he's stealing them? Well then give the guns better surveillance. I said it was a viable solution, not a perfect one.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, I'm fine with something like background checks to get guns or soemthing along those lines but we don't need to outlaw guns like a lot of people think is the solution. Yes it may work in some other countries but we aren't some other country. We don't need to conform to the rest of the world.
@jklyt1, You're right we aren't some other country, we're the Jock country who talks very loudly despite the fact that we're not actually that cool.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, the jock still gets the girl doesn't matter how many people hate him.
@jklyt1, and later he gets fat and goes bald
@MayITakeYourHatSir, baldness is genetic and obesity doesn't care what clique you were a part of in high school. I think you may just be a little sore from high school. You can say what you want but if you REALLY don't like America that much that you'd compare her to a fat, bald, douchey jock then why not move? You can do that if you want no one will stop you.
@jklyt1, I'm 14, I can't do shjt. I do plan to leave though. Also, I am sore in high school, everyone is stupid and says stupid things and does stupid things and they all just think so small. It's maddening.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, oh my god you're 14 no wonder you hate the world. Alright that just explained everything.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, Yeah because you'll have time to call & wait for the police or taze them before they have time to stick a gun up your ass and pull the fvcking trigger until it goes "click"
I don't see a problem.
@ archiethesailor, me neither. I guess hoplophobes just like to overreact at everything.
@Texacan, oh the irony; go back and reread your misguided Hissy fit directed at me. I like guns; I keep two long guns here at my office (deer in the meadow behind the firm); I just don't loD them in my truck and walk thru Wal-Mart with one slung over my shoulder like some of the smug grinning neck beards I've seen on the news, clearly enjoying making Moms there trying to shop very nervous. Creepy creeps being creeps; the guns are just their passive-aggressive prop and their behavior is pathetic and embarrassing. I hope that is a clearer statement so you don't have to go all "chocolate? CHOCOLATE?!!?!!" on me with NRA sermonizing. Relax bro it's gonna be alright...breath deep...close your eyes and go serenely to your happy place...*steals wallet, hauls @ss*
@DarkSock, it's an awareness raising campaign. If people feel frightened by people exercising their RIGHTS, they can respectfully leave this country.
@Texacan, sure, because there just hasn't been enough discussion about guns. No dude it's goons seeking attention. Nothing more.
@DarkSock, it's a lot more than "goons seeking attention" it's standing up for American rights.
@Texacan, nope. Just attention whores. Ain't nobody coming for yer guns. Stop hyperventilating about it. Jeez. Seriously.
@DarkSock, except they are. Quit being dense. "Jeez. Seriously."
@DarkSock, he's right there are a lot of people in America who are anti guns
@jklyt1, no there are a lot of hyperventilating chicken littles fretting over such a ridiculous boogeyman, and the NRA and demagogue politicians are MORE than happy to stoke such fears and then profit from the wild-eyed hysterics like ol' Tex here, who needs a brown paper sack to huff into for a few minutes.
You guys see the video of that 9 year old with the Uzi killing the instructor?
@Remoestmoi, I'm js, it's the instructor's and the parent's fault. They made a stupid judgement about giving a high powered automatic weapon (that even some adults can't handle) to a nine year old. I hate the people that blame the entire thing on the gun. It's stupidity that killed that man. Not the gun itself.
@THE FRIENDZONE, agreed the Uzi kicks like a mule on a trampoline
@THE FRIENDZONE, did you hear about the 9 year old kid in Australia who accidentally shot his mate when he was playing around with his gun? Oh wait no we don't get that stuff here...
@THE FRIENDZONE, The worst part is, the gun actually is controllable, and little girls DO shoot them without incident. The problem is, the instructor should have helped her stance, he should have helped her hold it, and he shouldn't have stood in such a poor position with such an inexperienced shooter. He died due to his own negligence.
@The Antagonist, no m8, he was too busy getting skullfvcked by a bikie with a full auto smg.
@Trollvahkiin, no, the problem is a CHILD should not be allowed fire a gun with such a heavy kick. Children's response times are much slower as it is, so you'd think it'd be common sense to not give them something they can't correct quick enough if it goes wrong.
@Metzger, I'm saying the gun is not that difficult to control. A CHILD can do it, and many have. However, it is the instructors fault for not properly teaching her how to use the weapon. It would be the same if the little girl had had a .22 rifle and accidentally turned and shot him. He should have been more wary around a new shooter, and especially one so young. He also should not have given her a full magazine to start. That was poor judgement.
@Trollvahkiin, yes, some children are more aware & "smarter" if you would, but that shouldn't be a reason for anyone to ASSUME every child will handle it well. If parents feel the need to let their children fire one, it should only be given to children who are reasonably experienced. A newcomer, a child JUST PASSING THRU that has NEVER been a frequent at a certain gunrange, should not have been permitted to fire such gun.
@Metzger, I think we are actually agreeing here. I am saying that the little girl could have shot the Uzi had certain precautions been taken, and had the instructor not been so negligent. The death of the man is solely the fault of the range, and the instructor. It has little to do with the shooter.
@Trollvahkiin, perhaps all of this could be avoided, if unexperienced children were only given blanks to fire, just throwing that out there
@THE FRIENDZONE, No one cares about the instructors death?
@Metzger, unfortunately, at that range, a blank would still have probably killed the man. One thing many ranges with full autos do is chain the gun to the bench. That way, if the shooter cannot control the gun, the gun only has a limited range of motion of where it could hurt somebody.
@Geodude, no, people do care, well I do anyway, or I wouldn't have cared to comment on this
@THE FRIENDZONE, if they couldn't get the gun, the parents don't have the chance to be idiotic.
@Metzger, the child shouldn't he been a gun full stop
@The Winter Sloth, come again O.o
@Metzger, In my honest opinion, I don't believe a child should be handling a fully automatic weapon in the first place. It creates too great a risk for an incident to occur. Where I'm from, (Washington) I have never heard of any such gun range that would allow a child to fire off any kind of loaded gun. I also personally think the parents of that girl, and the workers at that range and others with policies like are extremely irresponsible for placing such a dangerous weapon in the hands of inexperienced children.
@Norple, I've tried replying to this like 7 times, with a well typed out message, but g'damn StuckPixel won't let me. Anyway, I was basically just agreeing with you
@Remoestmoi, Alright, I've been shooting guns, both competitive and recreational, my whole life. The instructor should have seen the girl struggling with controlling the gun, and he also should have been following standard procedure and complied with the 180 rule, which states that nobody stand within or close to 180 degrees of the shooter. He was standing directy next to her. Also, standard range procedure is to, if the shooter cannot control the weapon, to hold down the shooter's weapon or push the weapon dowb
@RimmyJustler, *downrange. Damn send button. Anyways, the instructor and parents are both at a fault, the parent's fault at letting the girl be the first onto the range with no prior gun handling expierence, and immediately allowing her to fire an automatic weapon.
@Norple, Okay, so I'm trying this from the website, let's see if it goes thru: I agree completely. That's similar to what I was trying to say. The goal is usually to prevent disaster, not open the door for it, like in this case. You can train /teach a child as much as you want, & they may become very good at shooting, but children lack impulse control, so along with the chance a kick of a weapon could harm or kill someone, there's also a chance the child might see it as a game, forgetting they're holding a REAL loaded weapon, & not just a water shooter like back at home. Too frequently you hear about kids playing with their parents weapons, & something going very wrong, so why hand them a loaded weapon, that isn't fully secured to something, allowing them to just freely hold it? If parents want to teach their children to fire a weapon young, it should be something more their size, because a weapon of that magnitude like in this case, is just unecessary & impractical for a child to use.
@Metzger, I agree
@Brogle man, :Danke, I'm glad a few people do
@Metzger, My opinion on guns is don't give them to kids and only use them for self defense
@Remoestmoi, when I was 14 I got the opportunity to go to the gun range with my family. I was given an Uzi to fire and I remember it having a good amount of recoil, but nothing I couldn't handle. I was allowed to fire it with more than one bullet. It was pretty fun. I was given the usual instructions, I was told to do and not to do, and I handled the gun responsibly and carefully( although I was told I went a little heavy on the Uzi when firing) this situation was not ideal, the girl was younger than I was, less muscular as far as I could see, and the instructor was poorly positioned. It is a tragedy, but the hazards were always there. I hope the instructor rests in peace. And I am very sorry for the family, as well as a girl who has to live with taking a life. This whole situation was bad, but pointing fingers isn't the way to go. We just need to learn from these mistakes, and hopefully prevent the same circumstances in the future.
@Brogle man, exactly. I don't see how kids having guns is a good idea. Especially if the parents are saying "they need to learn self defense with a weapon" -yeah well without adult supervision, they're more likely to shoot someone wether they deserved it or not, because kids don't have as advanced thought processes as adults.
@THE FRIENDZONE, I can't upvote you enough.
@Metzger, really? I know an 11 year old that shoots a full auto ar-15 for competitions and does very well
@funny pic veteran, that is an experienced shooter & does it for sport, I'm sure guns arent left alone with the kid, & if they are, then the parents are ignorant.
@Metzger, no but how do you think he got to that point? From practice and starting off shooting I'm not saying the girl should have had the gun cause for a first time it's wrong, but the instructor also was in the wrong and didn't take proper precautions. But just because they are young doesn't mean they can't shoot frankly uneducated children are more harmful because they know how to properly handle them or know the power and responsibilities of gun handling and ownership. Teaches them makes the mistakes less likely to happen
@funny pic veteran, well we can agree to disagree ob this one, but half of what you said has already been mentioned in previous comments, so perhaps do a read-thru before getting repetitive & unecessarily downvoting.
@Remoestmoi, a young girl like that should be shooting a 22 bolt action rifle, not an smg
@THE FRIENDZONE, I have shot lots of guns automatic and semi-auto, I also own own many guns. The girl should have been wearing a vest they make to make it so that the gun cant jump up and kick back.
@Metzger, I was commenting my opinion, whether it had been stated or not I was stating my opinion and I down voted because I don't like and agree with your comment is all. I don't see how that it unnecessary. Isn't that what the entire up voting and down voting is for?
@Metzger, I completely agree. If you feel the semi insane need to teach a child to fire a gun, make it a very small caliber pistol, a two shot derringer with blanks for a starter is not a bad idea. Maybe even empty casings
@irishdude, most definately, & make it even safer by securing the gun onto something so the child cannot pick up a loaded weapon in the first place
@Metzger, Uzi = military grade, derringer= civilian hand gun. They should only give an Uzi or any high RoF gun to a minor or at least someone under a certain weight limit. "You must be this tall" type of thing
@irishdude, I couldn't agree more. The last gun range I went to was 16y.o. & up, so this type of mishap won't be happening there anytime soon
@THE FRIENDZONE, i fvcking hate people like you. Somebody gets shot, and instead of using some common sense to figure out that a guy was SHOT, you treat the whole thing like the gun is the victim! Then you just run along and blame anything else but guns! Video games, music, books, even other people. Guns DO kill people, and i also hate that stupid excuse "well it can't get up by itsself and shoot somebody, so it must not be dangerous!"if you have a gun in the house, the chances of domestic murder, or suicide, multiply by FIVE! At least with a knife you have to actually be sick enough to STAB someone! But with a gun, you only need to pull the trigger! If that kid or her parents hadn't even been allowed to HAVE a gun, then the instructor wouldn't have died. First, Guns need to be illegal in america, or at least harder to get, second, you people need to realise that guns DO kill people, And finally, you idiots need to stop worshipping guns
@derp day, P.S. in this country, guns are way too easy to get. You could easily walk into a store, get a fully automatic assault rifle, walk outside and easily kill a ton of people. I should upload a picture to educate you people on why guns are bad.
@derp day, Guns are dangerous you idiot. But in this case, the instructor's to blame since he gave a fully automatic gun to a little girl. I hate people like you who blame only the gun for the person's stupidity. And no, it's not that simple to buy a gun like how just described. There is a strict waiting period (about a month here in Cali) between the time that you buy a gun and the time you actually get the gun. Are you 11 years old?
Guns are the best
I am very pro gun rights, but these stupid open carry laws are stupid. The pint of being able to conceal a weapon is to have the element of surprise and defend yourself or someone else. Carrying an AR-15 through a mall is just asinine.
@Ace Ventura, I'm fairly certain that they must be doing that for some particular reason, like a competition that day or something. I really don't know who honest to god thinks, "Goin' to Target, better grab my marksman rifle".
@Praetor, there have been a lot of pro gun protests recently, and one of the things people do is open carry rifles in stores and shopping malls to "exercise their rights". All it does is make everyone pro gun look like a bunch of idiots.
@Ace Ventura, funny enough, those stores are allowed to not let those people in their stores (there are multiple laws regarding private property, and business) just a side note. I personally agree with open carry. However not of assualt rifles in populated areas, but pistols I agree with 100% assualt rifles shouldnt be condoned for obvious reasons.
@Praetor, they're protesting the stupid law that they can open carry rifles but not handguns. If they passed a law to carry handguns openly the rifle carrying would stop
@Ace Ventura, it's hard to have the element of surprise when they already have the drop on you. OC of rifles like this is stupid but I OC my handgun everywhere I go. It deters the random thugs looking for a soft target
@Ace Ventura, don't worry they've had that reputation for years...perhaps if they did more things to prove people like me wrong rather than not letting themselves sing further into their own cesspool
@Ace Ventura, Open Carry attention whores; I feel embarrassed for them. Redneck version of dressing up Goth I guess. Both are gay screams for attention.
@The Lone Guppy, what obvious reasons? Say I'm going to the range but haven't bought a case for my new rifle? I should be forced to break the law? Open carry of rifles is both a right, and a necessity for use of long guns.
@DarkSock, anti-gun attention whores mocking open carry practicers? Who knew? Tell me, how many crimes have these people committed? That's right, zero.
@Texacan, thats long rifles not automatic rifles, pistols CAN be defended against in open and public areas, an automatic rifle is a bit harder to defend against. And no, not everyone who carries one will be killer. However it WOULD make it easier for a dude with some random vendetta with society to take out multiple people before getting taken out himself. Im not going to get into a political debate with anyone. This is the only even remotely anti gun thing that I believe in.
@Texacan, Calm your tits, Junior. I never said they committed a crime. I simply said they're seeking attention, not unlike a 16 year old boy booming the subs in his Celica at every intersection. I'm pointing out pathetic attention-seeking, not gun issues, so wipe the foam from your mouth, have a thin mint and chill. Jeez...
@The Lone Guppy, automatic rifles are long rifles. It's required by law that rifle barrels be longer than 16 inches, or the government comes to your house and kills you. Open carrying pistols is actually not a bright idea, because of the ease an assailant can overpower the owner and take to pistol, which is how a multitude of cops met there end. It's a lot easier to take a small object away from someone than a big object. This is why the only same way to carry a pistol is concealed. I'm not saying it should be illegal, it's just not a bright idea for day to day practice.
@Texacan, I agree with that. However if everyone too advantage of their 2nd amendment with pistols then other people are easier to step in. And if someone does do something stupid with a pistol, they couldnt shoot 10 people before getting getting taken out by bystanders. Not arguing it though.
@The Lone Guppy, but that would require everyone to value their rights and freedom, but sadly a lot of people don't.
@Texacan, yeah. Too many people have an absolute fear of certain things that if used properly have little reason to fear. Unfortunatly a perfect world is either everyone has guns or where no one has guns.
@DarkSock, do you treat every attempt to raise awareness about a problem as such? Is this what you think of the ALS ice bucket challenge too? Of course it's attention seeking! That's the point! To raise awareness about an issue! If the problem was solved, the demonstrations would stop, no?
@The Lone Guppy, I can agree with that.
@Texacan, Moms trying to shop with their kids in tow are not being intimidated by water buckets. Leering beer bellies with rifles, on the other hand...stop being an apologist for these nimrods. They're not championing some noble cause, they're just being tiresome agitators playing Red Dawn at dollar stores.
@DarkSock, the fact that they are being intimidated is a personal problem. Maybe if they weren't so afraid of inanimate objects, there wouldn't be a problem, no?
@Texacan, there's a difference between a coffee table and a high powered rifle. You are being obtuse. Or you're just a very simple person. Or both.
@DarkSock, there's no reason to fear either. You are being ignorant, but you are too dense to realize it. Grow a brain.
@Texacan, you're clearly just some run-of-the-mill tiresome gun nut spoiling for an argument. And your kind, sadly, are a dime a dozen these days. I like guns; I dislike moaning NRA chicken littles such as yourself. I'm sure you'll go back to lurking until there is another gun-related post then you'll be back, picking fights and doing your wild-eyed squawking. I'll be sure then to IGNORE you; I really have better things to do than trade barbs with a room temp IQ'd walking bumper sticker like yourself. Now run along, kid, or I shall taunt you a second time. (Farts in your general direction).
@DarkSock, I'm no friend of the NRA you mindless twit. If you in your ignorance were capable if ignoring me, you would have done it by now. You are a coward who thinks it's normal to fear inanimate objects. A brain dead fool like you obviously DOESN'T have better things to do, hence your moronic arguing. Cease your stupidity and I shall cease insulting you. In the mean time, grow a pair and quit being a pussy.
@DarkSock, heh heh do you play World of Warcraft? :P
You guys can all come over and use my free health care after your 3rd heart attack due to delicious stuffed crust pizza.
@Average Canadian, that's okay man freedom tastes better than free healthcare feels
@asstronaut, Until you can't feel or taste anything, and may I remind you of poutine.
@Average Canadian, your health care isn't free, you pay out the butt for it taxes, moron.
@Texacan, Well its a lot better than the United States f*cked up health care system that's for sure. I don't mind paying taxes knowing that if I get into an accident or have an unexpected illness that I'll be okay and not have to worry about owing tens of thousands of dollars for simple operations. Have fun fighting insurance companies.
@Average Canadian, I don't fight insurance companies because I'm not an entitled brat. The US's healthcare is only bad due to the socialistic practices that hospitals are forced to comply with. If your healthcare is so great, why do thousands of Canadians cross the border to receive proper healthcare each year? Not a single American goes to Canada for treatment.
@Texacan, I can say personally I have perfect healthcare. I have never heard of anybody going to America for treatment, but I have heard of Americans coming to Canada for our healthcare advantages. Your entitled brat comment makes no sense. There are people hired at health insurance companies to find the tiniest flaws in the contract so they don't have to pay for someone's healthcare. I'll stick with Canada.
@Average Canadian, look it up. You'll obviously be shocked. Also, there arn't any Canadian healthcare advantages, so that doesn't make any sense. I'll stick to the country who doesn't think doctors should be slaves to the masses.
@Texacan, Almoat everything you said had probably been told to you by your government. There are a lot of Canadian healthcare advantages. Many people I know are still alive due to Canadian healthcare. My friend has also worked as a medical doctor in the US and moved to Canada and she has informed me of the differences and I'm going to believe someone with first hand knowledge.
@Average Canadian, what makes you think I believe anything my government says? I'm American! I hate government! Your evidence is biased and anecdotal, where as mine has been the subject of several research articles. I know many people who are dead because of Canadian healthcare, like the girl who was diagnosed with a "heart ache" when she actually had a fatal disease! Your doctor friend probably likes it because they don't have to work as hard and still get paid, meaning the quality of service is terrible.
@Texacan, This argument is pointless because we both believe different things. Have a nice day.
@Average Canadian, you too.
@Average Canadian, whoa what the hell guys I was making the joke about that saying "ice cream tastes better than skinny feels"...
@Average Canadian, I'm good I got my Count Chocula. I'm set
@asstronaut, This guy came in a little too Murican.
@Average Canadian, ..you came at me first I feel like that's why he came out guns blazing. No pun intended
@asstronaut, Did people actually take that as offensive? Damn.
As an American, I confirm this, but we are the fun insane
I know why is there a cafe AND a pizza hut in target?!?! Who thought this was needed? Don't be so lazy people!
I thought everyone was afraid of the Pizza Hut in a target.. Then I zoomed in
What is this?! I ordered a Grande with EXTRA foam! *shooting*
Is this an episode of the walking dead?
Say bye to purses ladies
The last woman's rifle has no mag in it.. its just for show basically.
I'm pro gun, but carrying machine guns just to go to a damn target with your kids is excessive. America is a pretty safe country, it's not a war zone. If you want to have automatic weapons, fine. But in my opinion I doubt you will ever beed them for self defense
I am going to admit that it took me a while to figure out what was "wrong with this pic!!
What am I missing?
Moms are soooo over protective that dont even let their kids carry their own friking wepons just to avoid them get fatige. Jeisus
28 August 2014 #28August2014
And not a single person waited for there groceries to be checked out that day
Its like that in Texas or Arizona.
@Scooterpie, lived in Houston my whole life and the only gun I've seen outside a gun range or someones house was in the 3rd ward (the ghetto) so no it isn't really like that.
@jklyt1, it was just a joke dude. I've never been to Texas, but my aunt lives in Arizona and she's described situations like the above. I've never seen it myself though when visiting her.
When I was at a bus station in Guatemala, a man carrying a machete walked in, leaves unentended baggage in front of some travelers, and walks off. While he turns, I notice he had a gun tucked into his pants. I was 15 at the time and my dad was off to the store to buy a snack. I also had to watch all of our bags. I was ready to go all Bruce Lee in a second.
I dont get the pic- OHHHH! Well!
The mums are getting their justice on the unhealthy fast food chains.