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  1. Maiohmy
    07-17-2016 07:18 PM
    Maiohmy
    I don't think its possible in today's globalised world to eliminate guns in America. Those who want them will find a way to get them. As with drugs, it'll just move further into the black market. The solution is for that NRA population to understand the 2nd amendment and accept that what they are lobbying for today is not proper use of 2nd amendment. They are on their own agenda. If the law can force them to swallow that pill, we can get somewhere. It wouldn't be radical at all though. It's rational and that's the problem with dealing with irrational people. They'll never see reason until you make them. The laws need to get to that point. In more than this respect, the law needs to catch up with the time.
  2. Maiohmy
    07-17-2016 06:47 PM
    Maiohmy
    You can't. That's the problem. Most people no not understand the historical context of the 2nd amendment. Coming directly our of the revolution, it was important to Americans to not have their government take their guns (like British troops were ordered to do). It is important to be able to take a stand against tyranny. The way it is being used today was not the intent. Perhaps there needs to a new amendment regulating the 2nd. One problem cannot be addressed without the other.
  3. Maiohmy
    07-17-2016 05:43 PM
    Maiohmy
    It is definitely not hard to implement. The training is there; the supplies are there. It's a matter of decentralizing the use of guns. Which is focused on primarily because they are dealing with an armed populace. Most police interactions do not involve guns. Their lives are not being threatened on a daily basis, despite what many people will say. Guns will still be needed. It's just officers will have to learn how to subdue without killing and not dehumanize the people they have to deal with in the process. There just needs to be a shift in police training programs.
  4. Maiohmy
    07-17-2016 05:23 PM
    Maiohmy
    The goal would be no abuse period. But as with most systems or ideas, it's still subject to human error. Police reformation is currently happening. Mainly amongst departments without these issues already who don't want any of their officers being apart of this issue. On a widescale, federal legislature may be the only option.
  5. Maiohmy
    07-17-2016 04:57 PM
    Maiohmy commented on Baton Rouge Police shot...7 wounded, 3 dead.
    Non-lethal weapon use is heavily emphasized in formal education of this feild. Its however wildly unpracticed and when practiced, can still lead to abuse by officers.
  6. ThorsThoughts
    05-20-2015 01:58 PM
    ThorsThoughts
    I think that God was created in our image and not the other way around, so yes.
    How much better could it get for us than to be God? Being all-knowing is the best possible outcome for the human-race. From that perspective it makes sense that we would create God to clarify what our distant, distant future could be.
  7. YellowSubmarine
    05-04-2015 03:37 AM
    YellowSubmarine
    It assumes social introduction, and several people have stated that they were not introduced socially.
  8. Kprog
    05-02-2015 07:56 PM
    Kprog
    Indeed. The only thing I don't like would be the annoying love triangle between Mordecai, Margaret, and CJ, and they have been heavily focusing on it as of late. It's getting old. I want more random Pops moments, goddammit!
  9. Kprog
    05-02-2015 06:20 PM
    Kprog
    I love Regular Show! It's well written, has colorful characters, and has a great sense of humor. I've been told by many that I remind them of Eileen.
  10. Kprog
    04-29-2015 09:31 PM
    Kprog
    OOOOOOOOOOOOH!

    This is probably one of my favorite Regular Show moments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njO0aixk_dg
  11. Kprog
    04-27-2015 11:19 PM
    Kprog
    Rigby avatar! Sweet!
  12. sopranopolymath
    04-19-2015 04:16 PM
    sopranopolymath
    nope. it famously stumped einstein when posed to him. he nearly said 45. your answers were hilarious!
  13. asnivy
    04-14-2015 04:44 PM
    asnivy
    I had a new idea for an RPG...The main character's name is Bishop
  14. asnivy
    04-14-2015 03:18 PM
    asnivy
    ...LMFAO!!!!

    Bishop you made me tear up laughing. For real.
  15. asnivy
    04-14-2015 01:58 PM
    asnivy
    Until players start complaining he's too OP and imbalances the game mechanics
  16. asnivy
    04-14-2015 12:15 PM
    asnivy commented on Favorite Super Smash Bros Characters
    roooooooooooooooooofl~
  17. Analyze
    04-01-2015 07:04 PM
    Analyze
    Welp. Rule #2 is where I thought that would lead, but your comment in the thread stands for now.
  18. Mischievous
    03-27-2015 03:36 PM
    Mischievous
    Thanks bro. It's an old graffiti handstyle that I had back in the day when I was covering police stations in paint. Should see it done on a wall with a paint pen. It does look sick. That was just a quick thing. I did a tattoo on someone in that style too. Looked heavy.
  19. Odie
    03-26-2015 01:30 PM
    Odie
    Yet heavily applicable in a wide variety of situations.
  20. Lord Loser
    03-16-2015 06:25 PM
    Lord Loser
    So... unlike mjbwhatever... you don't find it a bad analogy?

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