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next bachelor party you go to, paint your balls with some hookers, and leave the junior high school kids to their games.

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trask said:

BURP thumbs_up.gifbigdrink.gifyelrotflmao.gif

 

it remind me of when i wus a kid adn would beat up my sisters stuffed animals for fun. he was like a little rag doll after the first punch. kids are so stupid i could beat up a lot of those smart asses and they don't even now it! thumbs_up.gif

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lummox said:

next bachelor party you go to, paint your balls with some hookers, and leave the junior high school kids to their games.

 

one bachelor party the guys dared me to cover my sack with penut butter and let the dog lick it off. i made some money on that one! thumbs_up.gif

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BURP said:

lummox said:

next bachelor party you go to, paint your balls with some hookers, and leave the junior high school kids to their games.

 

one bachelor party the guys dared me to cover my sack with penut butter and let the dog lick it off. i made some money on that one! thumbs_up.gif

there is one in every crowd. burp, you fuckin rock dude. the_finger.gif

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BURP said:

lummox said:

next bachelor party you go to, paint your balls with some hookers, and leave the junior high school kids to their games.

 

 

one bachelor party the guys dared me to cover my sack with penut butter and let the dog lick it off. i made some money on that one! thumbs_up.gif

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What Lunkman said.

 

Remember that just because you can say whatever you want on the Internet doesn't mean you have to.

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dalius said:

trask said:

canada = no guns, no fun

 

# of firearm homicides in Canada................ 165

# of firearm homicides in the US................. 11,127

Avg. Firearm homicide rate in Canada.......... 0.7 per 100,000

Avg. Firearm homicide rate in US................ 5.7 per 100,000

Avg. handgun homicide rate in Canada........ 0.3 per 100,000

Avg. handgun homicide rate in US.............. 4.8 per 100,000

 

You tell me who's got the gun thing figured out.

 

Wrong question, Dalius. You tell me who has freedom, liberty, and self-determination figured out. Oh, and currently Britain has higher violent crime rates than the U.S., thanks to that great gun-control plan they have over there. rolleyes.gif

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dalius said:

Number of people in US...... 281,000,000

Number of guns in the US... 200,000,000

Number of people who own these guns... 60,000,000

....and that's just the registered ones.

 

Have to clear this up for you, Dalius. There aren't "registered" guns in the U.S., per se. However, ALL guns are serialized and reported to the BATF upon manufacture and sale. This is where these numbers come from. It's not like there is a huge cache of guns that cannot be traced or accounted for at some point. Granted, there is certain amount of weaponry that gets into the U.S. illegally. It must be stated here that the firearms manufacturing industry is THE MOST REGULATED industry in the United States, at this time. You are misleading people by your statement; probably due to ignorance, but now you know.

 

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Hey Greg I think Dalius was talking about Canada not Britian. I've been to Canada quite a bit, and they seem to have a nice life up there. Ya know freedom, beer, mountains, etc.

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AlpineK said:

Hey Greg I think Dalius was talking about Canada not Britian. I've been to Canada quite a bit, and they seem to have a nice life up there. Ya know freedom, beer, mountains, etc.

 

I know, AK; I was just mentioning Britain's "success" at gun control because that is what Dalius is supporting in a de facto way. You mention freedom: how much freedom does their tax system provide? How free are they in their health care decisions? Why do so many of them look like dirty hippies? These are all important issues. wink.gif

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I'd trade our way of life for their way of life any day of the week.

 

You'd think that shitbag NAFTA treaty would have at least made it easier to emigrate.

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Greg_W said:

It must be stated here that the firearms manufacturing industry is THE MOST REGULATED industry in the United States, at this time. GregW

 

I dunno about that one Cowboy. Here's the results of the first page of Google search, and firearms manufacturing doesn't show up.

 

GCA Beef and Cattle Facts

... industries. It has been described as the most regulated industry in

the nation, second only to the nuclear energy industry. Physical ...

www.gabeef.org/gca/library/facts.htm - 10k - Cached - Similar pages

 

Why Governments Have Adopted And Approved The Fraud Of The ...

... Banking is the most-regulated industry in the United States. It is also

the industry already regulated for the longest period of time. ...

www.visi.com/~contra_m/pc/1957/3-11why.html - 9k - Cached - Similar pages

 

Meat Industry INSIGHTS News Article

... regulation of the meat industry as possible, despite the fact that the meat and

poultry industry already is the second most regulated industry in the US The ...

www.spcnetwork.com/mii/1998/980353.htm - 10k - Cached - Similar pages

 

UCSD CONNECT: Newsletter

... high technology. "As the most regulated industry in the world, the life

science industry has unique needs ," said Asher. "This impacts ...

www.connect.org/newsletter/press_details.cfm?id=84 - 13k - Cached - Similar pages

 

Congressman Bart Gordon - 02-16-01 Electric Deregulation Should ...

February 16, 2001, Once considered the nation's most regulated industry, electric

power production and transmission has been evolving into a more competitive ...

gordon.house.gov/NR/exeres/ 58E68CFF-89AC-422F-BDF4-61C894311D39.htm - 11k - Cached - Similar pages

 

Profit Skimming - 101

... Numbers” are the life-blood of the casino industry. Did you know that “casino-gaming”

is the second most regulated industry in North America. ...

www.dicesetter.com/mp/mad115skim.htm - 22k - Cached - Similar pages

 

Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons

... The securities industry is probably the most regulated industry in the United States.

There is almost nothing that you can do without regulatory oversight. ...

www.rothgerber.com/attorneyprofiles/meet_nelson.asp - 28k - Cached - Similar pages

 

19990624 Committee on Resources: News Release - Congressional ...

... Once considered the nation's most regulated industry, the electric utility

industry is evolving into a more competitive environment. ...

www.house.gov/resources/press/1999/ 990624post-waterpowerpma.htm - 10k - Cached - Similar pages

 

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... bn. 7) The financial industry is one of the most regulated industry

in the US. Can you give a reason why it is the most regulated?

www.fiu.edu/~wangtao/course/eco3223/enron.htm - 78k - Cached - Similar pages

 

In Depth

... dark ages. "We are anyway already just about the most regulated industry

in the world," Rio spokesman Hugh Leggatt said. "Think ...

www.union-network.org/.../69a447cc3dfb0232c1256c0500336c6e/ b21f5065177cc1adc1256c1a00515cda?OpenDocument= - 11k - Cached - Similar pages

 

 

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I SAY LETS PAINT BALL!!

 

I WILL CRUSH YOU ALL!!

 

GUN OWNERS PARAMILITARY TYPES...

 

YOU'VE NEVER DEALT WITH THE LIKES OF ME!!!

 

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I'm no expert on taxes or health care in Canada, but I've seen a lot of dirty hippi's both here and there. Also I've never seen large leper colonies in Canada.

 

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AlpineK said:

I've never seen large leper colonies in Canada.

you talkin' bout Eugene again, K?

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erik said:

I SAY LETS PAINT BALL!!

 

I WILL CRUSH YOU ALL!!

 

GUN OWNERS PARAMILITARY TYPES...

 

YOU'VE NEVER DEALT WITH THE LIKES OF ME!!!

 

yellaf.gif

 

I yousta hunt humans for a living... yurrr goin' down city boy...

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trask said:

AlpineK said:

I've never seen large leper colonies in Canada.

you talkin' bout Eugene again, K?

 

Maybe yellaf.gif

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trask said:

AlpineK said:

I've never seen large leper colonies in Canada.

you talkin' bout Eugene again, K?

 

 

ha ha ha ha ha.... bitch....

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