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Excellent yard sign for a neighbor who fears your guns

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Little-Acorn, May 15, 2009.

  1. Little-Acorn

    Little-Acorn Well-Known Member

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    If your neighbor believes that guns only cause death and have no redeeming qualities, I'm sure he would appreciate your attempts to support his viewpoint.

    Here's a good way to help him with his philosophy.

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    TruthAboveAll Well-Known Member

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    I LIKE it! True, true!
     
  3. Little-Acorn

    Little-Acorn Well-Known Member

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    .....or you can give your neighbor his very own sign, he can put on his lawn instead:

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    samsara15 Well-Known Member

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    Please put one of those signs beside my house.

    How many times have you been broken into?

    How many people have you shot?
     
  5. Little-Acorn

    Little-Acorn Well-Known Member

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    I'd tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.

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    Dr.Who Well-Known Member

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    I have not had my house broken in to since I lived here. But it was broken into before I bought it.

    Also, I don't have good statistics, but the not so good stats that I found indicate that guns are used to prevent, abort, or deter attacks about 2 million times per year.

    Additionally:

    "For example in the early 80's a law was passed that liberalized the self defense laws for people who had an intruder in their home. As a result of these laws the incidence of burglaries for occupied dwellings dropped by almost 80%. Since this type of crime had a high incidence of violent acts against the occupants - the uncertainty of whether or not a homeowner was armed caused the criminals to switch to criminal acts with a lower potential for violence."
    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090422065016AA1B6pl
     
  7. bododie

    bododie Well-Known Member

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    Not once. I live where one can defend one's life AND property with deadly force. There aren't a whole lot of home break-ins here. They go to places like.....your house.
     
  8. pocketfullofshells

    pocketfullofshells Well-Known Member

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    later that night, his house was robbed, and the guns stolen :)
     
  9. bododie

    bododie Well-Known Member

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    Lol. Yes HIS guns were stolen by SHE who owns the house he tried to break into.
     
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    Pandora Well-Known Member

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    I like that sign
     
  11. Little-Acorn

    Little-Acorn Well-Known Member

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    So do people planning a home-invasion robbery.
     
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