12 March 2019

“Bet that one isn’t going in the yearbook”

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Jim Sable, a retired advertising agency owner, asked administrators to pretend, for a second, that he didn’t represent a shooting sports organization. Imagine instead that he was asking them to start an activity that causes concussions, broken collarbones and fractured legs. No way, right?

He then reminds them he’s describing football.
Guns cause crime like wooden matches cause smoking.


DEFINITELY NOT RELATED: Who's bangin' who?

Toronto's notorious "northwest" end yet again living up to it's sordid reputation...
Multiple shots rang out at the low-rise building on Dorado Court, in the area of Keele Street and Sheppard Avenue, at around 11:20 p.m. Monday night. A man was then found with gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene. He is believed to be 51 years old.
To paraphrase comedian Chris Rock... "When I go to the money machine late at night... I ain't lookin' over my shoulder for hunters, farmers or trap shooters."


LAST WORD: Justin fixes the World... Part 73
A couple of sociopathic thugs from a welfare hellhole murder the kid down the street. Should we alter the law of the land to penalise law abiding Canadians?


Fred Streeter said...

Guns enable crime like wooden matches enable smoking.

Neo Conservative said...

like cars enable drunk driving, right fred?

"Regulating law-abiding citizens will do nothing to stop these atrocities from happening. These crimes are clearly being carried out by thugs and criminals who have no respect for human life or the law."

"Focusing on the object, rather than the individual, has diverted scarce resources in the wrong direction."


Neo Conservative said...

ps, fredo... my firearms have killed fewer people than former liberal attorney general michael bryant's car.


laine said...

Well, penalising law abiding citizens is a lot easier than actually tackling the problematic criminals for a government that wants to be seen "doing something". useless though it may be.