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Comment Here comes the anti-gun crowd (Score 1) 2987

Seriously, you could "try" and take away all the guns...but if you really wanted one, you could always get one. Same with drugs, the black market is ALWAYS there.

And the libs always tend to forget that guns actually help save lies as well. I was reading an article not too long ago about a single mother who was sleeping with her newborn child, when she heard someone trying to break in. She grabbed her shotgun, and as soon as the two perps walked into the house, she shot them dead. Now if she didn't have her gun, she could've been killed and her baby orphaned.


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XPeter writes: I'm a freshman in New York looking for a way to start up an idea of mine. The general premise is to create a website that would connect people to find additional work aside from ones main job.

  I have a team, and have started the groundbreaking, but one crucial question remains: How would I monetize a website like this? Should I host advertisements, or take a percentage of the job cost? Also, what payment methods should I use?

Submission + - Paul Ryan's Record on Science and Government (

sciencehabit writes: U.S. Representatives Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) don't have much in common when it comes to politics. Kucinich is a very liberal Democrat who's leaving Congress this January after being defeated in a primary election by a more moderate colleague. Ryan is a conservative leader and now the Republican Party's presumptive candidate for vice president. A dozen years ago, however, the two men found one thing they could agree on—killing the National Ignition Facility, a multibillion dollar laser fusion project at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California. The article goes on to explore other impacts Ryan could have on science as VP.

Comment Talk about media bias (Score -1, Flamebait) 995

This entire case is a crock of bullshit. When two black teens set a white kid on fire, a clear hate crime, it hardly gets a column in the local news. But when a hispanic guy kills a black teen it garnishes national media attention?

Fuck Sharpton and Jackson, where were they then? Did Obama come out and say "If I had a son, he'd look like Coon"?

Recent photos of Trayvon:

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