Until you note that Home Office bases its published crime statistics on CONVICTIONS not REPORTS.
Printers are sold with an embedded chip that prevents the printing of currency. From what I understand, the chip is typically buried so deep into the printer that they simply can't operate if you could find it and remove it. We could attempt a similar requirement on a 3D printer.
The cat is out of the bag already. Several of the hobbyist 3d printers are self replicating. You're also selling a device to a market which is inherently prone to tinkering and modifying things. It wont last long.
The tools that should be available in any high school should be sufficient to make whatever weapons you want.
Do you mean "should be available" as in "can be easily acquired in" or more like "should be available but aren't because god forbid we teach shop class"?
"We need to be able to be fairly compensated for our content. " - Don't you sell advertisements to get paid? I never recall getting a bill for OTA TV .
, basics like bras,
You know nothing about womens undergarments and how complicated they are to fit and take off do you?
Even the most conservative and picky counts of NRA membership puts that organization at 2+ million members. The NRA itself claims 4.25 million members. Plus the other groups such as the Second Amendment Foundation, Gun Owners of America, American Silencer Association, and many others.
I wouldn't call ~1% of the US population voluntarily joining a group as overly-vocal. Gun owners speak with a loud voice because there are so many of us, not because we have some unfair advantage.
"Gun loving" is not an insult. It is what many Americans and citizens of other nations are. You may not like what we do to protect ourselves or in our spare time, but we choose to own firearms and we participate in the political process to ensure that our rights are not infringed.
Bit off topic, but I oppose the death penalty because I do not trust a state which cannot effectively manage basic services and which regularly convicts innocent men (plea deals and bad police work) to effectively and correctly administer the death penalty.
Take for instance the deathrow inmate in Ohio who was too fucking fat to fit on the table. This is a person living in a tightly controlled environment (prison) where the state has complete control of his diet and routine. The state owned his life, they had the power and authority to kill him but not the power, authority, or awareness to put him on a fucking diet. Something they should do for all prisoners anyway, since paying for a diabetic, obese inmate is much more expensive than a regular inmate.
And I've recently been in the market for the London Bridge; have one for sale?
My fair lady, I did have one on the market but it has fallen down, fallen down.
There are so many loopholes in it you could drive a Mac truck through them.
Is Apple making wheeled vehicles now?
Like, the brand of air conditioner in the office. Or the janitor.
My father was an air conditioner and put me through college you insensitive clod!
The fingerprints on his keyboard and they way the letters are worn will show which keys he used most
CSI: NCIS New Miami York has determined that he used R S T L N E keys more than others, this has determined that he was likely an English speaker and had a real hard on for Vanna White. This attack may have been a plea for help after his failed attempt to get on Wheel of Fortune.
I really hope that we do something more sensible this time.
What do you consider sensible? Banning guns outright? Banning different features of guns? Requiring more burdensome checks on law-abiding gun owners? Improving mental health care? Creating an avenue to report pre-crime?
I hear a lot of people saying that we gotta do something, but that completely fails to skip over our disagreements on what needs to be done if anything.
I've got a great diagram made up just to show this. You have to link back to me though....