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  •  That's likely right. At that point, it's a club. (0+ / 0-)

    The ridiculous and dishonest point attempted, though, is that the weapons which enabled the genocide of multiple nations of people and devastated Europe for 400 years were harmless toys, and this non-lethal nature was the reason for the 2nd.

    I love you stupid fucking fucks. Now stop poking at the dead cat on the table and get back to the issues.

    by JesseCW on Sun Apr 21, 2013 at 11:17:22 PM PDT

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    •  I couldn't agree more (1+ / 0-)
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      The creators of the ad were clearly trying to leave an impression in the minds of 21st century Americans that muskets were harmless toys.  I find it refreshing that a group has been established that finally speaks the truth about muskets.  In fact, I think I will donate to this group because the "Muskets are harmless" is a message that modern society really should come to learn and fully understand.  I salute them for making that ad and I salute you for being able to pick up on that message.  

      Sadly, I think many people will not get that message.  They will likely be confused and think that the real message is that laws relating to arms should be updated to reflect the current state of the technology or some such rubbish.  I won't blame the poor saps that actually believe that though.  Instead I will blame the Republicans for cutting education budgets that have hurt our ability to think critically.

      We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. Albert Einstein

      by theotherside on Mon Apr 22, 2013 at 04:34:27 AM PDT

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    •  sorry, but that is not the point (0+ / 0-)

      the point is that laws that were appropriate for one kind of technology probably need to be addressed when technology is vastly different.

      "We didn't set out to save the world; we set out to wonder how other people are doing and to reflect on how our actions affect other people's hearts." - Pema Chodron

      by teacherken on Mon Apr 22, 2013 at 04:35:54 AM PDT

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