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Comment: Re:Time to move into the Century of the fruit bat. (Score 1) 1198

by OzoneLad (#46881149) Attached to: Oklahoma Botched an Execution With Untested Lethal Injection Drugs

For these reasons, and a whole host of others, these people have decided the basic rules of society do not apply to them. As a result they need to be removed. Keeping them alive does nothing except waste taxpayer money on people who will never be productive members of society.

Why are you talking about Congress all of a sudden?

Comment: Re:Given the UN's track record in Africa... (Score 4, Funny) 240

by OzoneLad (#44064603) Attached to: Attackers Tweet As They Assault UN Development Program Compound

They don't seem to want to play nice with the rest of the world, and frankly isn't everyone about to start getting tired of going out of our way to be some tolerant of those that show absolutely no tolerance to anyone different than they are?

For a second there, I thought you were talking about Congress.

Comment: Re:Misdirection (Score 1, Insightful) 506

by OzoneLad (#42602525) Attached to: Missouri Republican Wants Violent Video Game Tax

No, they only level the playing field. While having a gun will deter the criminal that doesn't want confrontation, it doesn't deter the criminal that is looking to steal guns. It is a simple concept that seems to be lost to the anti gun types.

That's nice. We need more guns to protect ourselves from the gun-toting bad guys who got theirs by stealing our previous stash. Sounds like the only people winning this game are the people selling guns.

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