I don't know why they can't work. We seem to be capable of registering moter vehicles and recording their sales between private parties.
And how did this stop someone who saw fit to drive into a boardwalk with the intent to kill?
The really interesting thing here in my opinion is why all of those things have been ineffectual. It seems to start when the anti-gun lobby proposes a law with the intent of doing nothing other than hassling gun owners (safety is almost always given lip service but never actually intended). Then the pro-gun lobby shows up and strips the teeth out of the law, even if by sheer random chance it happens to make sense. The end result is a mess of really stupid and confusing gun laws that don't actually accomplish anything other than confusing everyone.
It's not actually very interesting at all. Every compromise between "shall not" and "may" initiated by "shall not" is always a win for "shall not" and always a loss for "may".
It doesn't matter if it's gun rights, abortion rights, voting rights, or anything else, really.
1) Needs an all of the above button. Seriously.
Okay, which would you play first?
Which is a mistake of the poll. Six options refer to actual games, and one option refers to a genre. A potentially interesting poll is completely ruined.
How I would vote depends on WHICH pinball games where there. Faced with Black Knight or F-14 Tomcat the choice between whether to hit up the pinball or the video side is pretty easy.
Considering the way the pedophilia moral panic will ruin your life and the lives of all your relatives, I would call death the lucky option.
If you've never used Facebook, don't start.
If you're using Facebook, stop it.
If you have friends that use Facebook, tell them to stop.
Don't worry about deleting stuff, the odds that deletes are actually not soft-deletes are probably nil.
Just quit it.
I judge a religion as being good or bad based on whether its adherents become better people as a result of practicing it. - Joe Mullally, computer salesman