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New Hampshire man arrested for firing gun into ground while catching suspected burglar

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02/27/2012 04:24 PM

Should we just start calling you Scarecrow? > > Please show me where I said it was, I must have missed that. > > Do you not find it alarming that so many people die from the use of an > item that is not designed solely with the purpose of killing? > > On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 4:13 PM, Eric Roberts > <owner@threeravensconsulting.com> wrote: > > > > Strawman/red herring... a car ia not an item designed solely with the > > purpose of killing.  Nice try... > > > > > > > >> > >> On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 1:50 PM, Eric Roberts > >> <owner@threeravensconsulting.com> wrote: > >> > > >> > it's a lot harder to kill multiple people with a knife than it is to > fire > >> > off several rounds from a firearm.  talk about red herrings...you just > >> > stated a years worth of that catch... > >> > >> And its even easier to run them over with a car, yet I don't hear you > >> clamoring to ban automobiles. In 2009, automobile related fatalities > >> accounted for 11.1 deaths per 100,000 people - > >> http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/Main/index.aspx . What do you propose we > >> do about that? Surely if the death rate from fire arms alarms you, the > >> death rate from automobiles should be equally alarming. > >> > >> > > >> > The idea that increased gun related suicides is a measure of increased > >> gun > >> > ownership in a state is not my creation.  That came form the CDC. >  Just > >> > because it flies in the face of your NRA worship doesn't make it false > >> > >> Nice. I don't agree with you so I must 'worship' the NRA. And here I > >> almost forgot how wonderful life is in the world of absolutes that you > >> live in. > >> > >> > > >> > Pot...Kettle...your statement is 100% anecdotal. > >> > >> Not denying I said anything anecdotal (and admitted to doing so in > >> another message), but can you clarify to what exactly are you > >> referring? > >> > >> > > >> > It has nothing to do with total suicides...just gun suicides.   please > >> > rectify your rectal cranial inversion Scott. > >> > >> Also nice to see that you penchant for name calling has not changed. > >> So refreshing..... > >> > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 12:40 PM, Larry C. Lyons < > larryclyons@gmail.com > >> >wrote: > >> > > >> >> > >> >> Again something I'll have to dig up but from what I remember there > >> >> isn't a corresponding relationship between knives and homicide rates > >> >> if firearms are not as available. > >> >> > >> >> 2 possible reasons, the impulsive nature of firearm use, and with a > >> >> knife you have to be face to face with the person. > >> >> > >> >> > >> >> > > >> >> > Who is to say that the perpetrator would not have harmed these > >> >> > students in some other way? Liek with a knife. maybe we should ban > >> >> > knives, too. All of them, even 'butter' knives. They can kill > people > >> >> > you know. > >> >> > > >> >> > Also, we should ban cars. Cars kill people. Every day...hell > probably > >> >> > every hour. > >> >> > > >> >> > Wait...I know its not the guns or the knives or the cars, its the > >> >> > people! People are the common denominator there...lets get rid of > all > >> >> > the people!!!! > >> >> > > >> >> > On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 10:43 AM, Eric Roberts > >> >> > <owner@threeravensconsulting.com> wrote: > >> >> >> > >> >> >> > >> >> > >> > http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2012/02/27/shooting-reported-at-ohio-high-school/?hpt=hp_t1 > >> >> >> > >> >> >> There would be four students without gunshot wounds if we had > tighter > >> >> gun > >> >> >> control laws.  This has nothing to do with criminals.  A minor > should > >> >> not > >> >> >> have easy access to a firearm like this. > >> >> >> > >> >> >> On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 9:41 AM, Eric Roberts < > >> >> >> owner@threeravensconsulting.com> wrote: > >> >> >> > >> >> >>> it would be a lot harder for criminals to get guns if they were > not > >> so > >> >> >>> readily available.  Would it stop the flow completely...no...but > it > >> >> would > >> >> >>> certainly reduce the hemorrhaging...  Look at what is going on in > >> >> states > >> >> >>> like AZ where i can sell you a gun, as an individual, with no > >> >> background > >> >> >>> checks or anything.  If i were a criminal, I would be making > regular > >> >> trips > >> >> >>> to AZ and have a whole bunch of legally obtained weapons. >  Nothing > >> >> wrong > >> >> >>> with making all gun sales having a required background check and > >> having > >> >> >>> cool down periods.  That is just counterproductive.  With laws > like > >> >> what > >> >> >>> they have in AZ...we may as well just give guns to criminals. > >> >> >>> > >> >> >>> > >> >> >>> > >> >> >>>> > >> >> >>>> The logical fallacy is that if guns were not available to > citizens > >> for > >> >> >>>> their protection, criminals would not have guns. > >> >> >>>> > >> >> >>>> On 27 February 2012 11:15, Eric Roberts < > >> >> owner@threeravensconsulting.com > >> >> >>>> >wrote: > >> >> >>>> > >> >> >>>> > > >> >> >>>> > If there weren't guns on the street...or they were not as > readily > >> >> >>>> > available, people wouldn't be getting > >> >> >>>> > shot....particularly kids in schools. > >> >> >>>> > >> >> >>>> > >> >> >>>> > >> >> >> > >> >> >> > >> >> > > >> >> > > >> >> > >> >> > >> > > >> > > >> > >> > > > > > >


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