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dskdw25q9n dskdw25q9n 61-65, M 13 Answers Dec 19, 2012 in Politics

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Borrow my what? My movies? Makes no sense.

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I wouldnt lend my woman let alone my gun.

To me a gun is a MORE personal item then a woman.

The gun wont leave me if I go out and play with another gun.

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No, the NRA advises being more responsible with guns than that.

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Of course. You might want to take a few shots just to be sure you've got a steady hand!

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The irony is, according to a Fed I know who has access to the data, the majority of gun injuries and deaths in the US are inflicted by the victim's own gun. Not, necessarily, the victim firing, but it suggests that bringing a gun to the party is a two-edged sword.

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I'm very sorry, but you may NOT borrow my violent movies...

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no. Mine are locked away.

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Guns are never locked away in violent movies that I watch. Where did you learn that?

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from my father, whose guns they once were.

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Let me plug the barrel first.

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