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Feb 23rd, 2003 12:53 PM
sadie exagurates reminds me of regurgitates, especially with all the SOUP everywhere.
Feb 22nd, 2003 06:58 PM
El Blanco oops, I meant spinsanity.org, not snopes.

http://www.spinsanity.org/columns/20021119.html

That was just the most recent attack on "Bowling for Colombine"
Feb 22nd, 2003 06:54 PM
El Blanco
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How so? Not to say I don't agree with you, but I hear many people say this without EVER articulating it very well.
sorry, www.snopes.com They have lots of stuff on Michael Who...er Moore.

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Is it "responsible" to own an automatic weapon in a suburban environment where you can't necessarily control the direction of what you fire???
Thats why they offer training classes to teach people how to handle them.

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Is it "responsible" to hold a gun rally in Littleton, Colorado shortly after Columbine?
That was damage control. Its not exactly tactful, but its part of politics.

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Better yet, is it "responsible" to use the rally as a chance to be arrogant rather than show remorse and educate this "responsibility" you mentioned...?
What did they do that was arrogant? And they are constantly offering classes and other ways to teach firearm responsibility.
Feb 22nd, 2003 06:15 PM
KevinTheOmnivore
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The NRA can't answer his allegations. Because he either lies or greatly exagurates.
How so? Not to say I don't agree with you, but I hear many people say this without EVER articulating it very well. I think he is a bit sensational, as well as exclusive in his data, but uh, who isn't in that department....?

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The NRA preaches firearm responsibility.
Under what definition? Is it "responsible" to own an automatic weapon in a suburban environment where you can't necessarily control the direction of what you fire??? Is it "responsible" to hold a gun rally in Littleton, Colorado shortly after Columbine? Better yet, is it "responsible" to use the rally as a chance to be arrogant rather than show remorse and educate this "responsibility" you mentioned...?
Feb 21st, 2003 06:32 PM
El Blanco The NRA can't answer his allegations. Because he either lies or greatly exagurates. The NRA preaches firearm responsibility.

And we all know what they say about guys with big guns. Does that apply to guys with big cameras?
Feb 21st, 2003 03:57 PM
ranxer micheal has won, hands down.. from my seat anyway.

course i dont look for nra responsess.. but i expect them to confirm micheals allegations haha.

there's a difference between guns being legal and guns being freely accessible.. we mostly have the latter.. depending on what state your in.
Feb 21st, 2003 03:18 PM
CaptainBubba He needs to bathe.

When hes done washing the filth off his bluberous bodice he should learn how to make a well-founded argument instead of asking old senile and easily confused men questions that are desgined to be incriminating. :/
Feb 21st, 2003 03:04 PM
FartinMowler
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