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View Poll Results: Should civilians be permitted to own guns?

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  • NO! Guns are EVIL and serve no good purpose.

    21 15.67%
  • YES! Guns are USEFUL and are nice to have when you need them.

    79 58.96%
  • Maybe... I wouldn't own one, but I don't mind if you do.

    30 22.39%
  • What's a gun?

    4 2.99%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    Neither is 'live by the gun, die by the gun'.

    So many big words in this thread, so little meaning.

    I dunno, Jack Flak, you want to have a HUGFEST ?!111!!!!
    Let's.

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    this is nothing but a celebration of metallic pornography and a place to encourage the denial of each other's disgusting deprivation! you are all lost and your souls will rest in hell if Australia has anything to with it! here is proof that in America, even children are exposed to this evil lewdness and stripped of all innocence(!), robbed of a childhood (!):



    repulsive. sick! you are all pigs!

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    ^ the equivalent of evil, violent, rape, dead animal porn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FemmeUrbane View Post


    How poetic!

    INFP love, hon!
    Today I asked my Head of School what kind of vegetable am I?

    And she replied that I am a parsnip.

    Of course, 'Victor is a parsnip', is a metaphor, just as, 'Juliette is the Sun', is a metaphor.

    But I think parsnips are more poetic.

    In fact I should love to be a poetic parsnip just for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laintpe View Post
    this is nothing but a celebration of metallic pornography and a place to encourage the denial of each other's disgusting deprivation! you are all lost and your souls will rest in hell if Australia has anything to with it! here is proof that in America, even children are exposed to this evil lewdness and stripped of all innocence(!), robbed of a childhood (!):

    repulsive. sick! you are all pigs!
    Quote Originally Posted by laintpe View Post
    ^ the equivalent of evil, violent, rape, dead animal porn!
    Do you really believe all that, or are you just mocking other people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Do you really believe all that, or are you just mocking other people?
    The artist never explains his work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Do you really believe all that, or are you just mocking other people?
    i'm kidding... completely kidding lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laintpe View Post
    i'm kidding... completely kidding lol.
    Ok. Thanks.
    I thought so, but I wasn't sure.
    I mean, I know people who think that way, so I didn't want to assume anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    The artist never explains his work.
    And you should never complain that he has to explain 'cause his work is in progress.

    And a work in progress is a delicate thing - it has no voice of its own.

    So the artist, delicate creature that he is, must speak for it until it learns to say its first word.

    We listen for a burble or a squeak. But hear nothing but the artist's voice. And we know the work is being born and all the artist has to do is breathe and push until we hear that first exquisite cry and his work is out into the world with a life of its own.

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