He's not arguing that guns would resolve these particular issues. He's arguing that the "paranoia" of government is sometimes justifiable.
Guy whose company makes money off data suggest people should freely share more data.
Next story: Supermarket CEO thinks people should keep more groceries on hand.
Because then they could be destroyed too, of course.
so, what you're saying is, Israel made a faked video ( I haven't looked at any of your links). What does that have to do with this photographer photoshopping this image?
You know, both the people you like and the people you don't like can make modified photos or video, right?
I didn't think we were arguing over whether this really occurred, but more over the aspects of manipulation of the photograph.
Was it the one where Kirk attempts to beat up Lurch with a giant penis shaped rock?
Go ahead, google it.
So, you'd turn to crime because you didn't find a job?
Sounds like you're not as good and moral as you make out.
Once again: determine the cause, and treat shootings as a symptom, not a cause.
So what you're saying is, look at the root cause for various issues, and not the symptoms.
You just need to be quiet. Seriously. You started off shoving your foot in your mouth, it's now halfway down your throat. Call it a day and give up before your foot goes any further.
Lelend Yee has made a name for himself of illogically hating anything even vaguely related to guns, no matter how obscure the connection.
My assumption has been someone scared him with a gun when he was five.
Actually, this will murder sports channels. They're being subsidized by the packages:
Wouldn't the answer be to make it easier to obtain IDs, make them free, etc?
Don't give apple any ideas.
Or there will soon be a sleek, rounded pistol retailing for 10K.