Guns – Not Only For Killing People

MrColionNoir making sense as usual:

I don’t even argue with people about guns and how evil they are anymore, I just ask them questions.  That gets them thinking that maybe they don’t have any REAL reason to hate guns, outside the fact they just don’t like the idea they COULD be used to kill.  That’s totally fine with me if that’s what gets them through the day.

MrColionNoir-California-No-Right-To-Bear-ArmsThis NRA gig of MrColionNoir’s looks like hard work.  So many videos, so often I don’t even have time to watch them all.  I wonder if there are writers and what not, or if he writes everything for these videos and his NOIR show himself?  I suppose I could ask him, but my email would get lost in the shuffle with all the emails from thirsty fanbois wanting to bear his children.  He must need to wear a fake beard and glasses when he visits gun stores just to avoid recognition.

Additionally, if you’re not familiar with the California Flag No Right To Bear Arms shirt from ENDO Apparel which he’s wearing, I have for sale it in lots of colors (short sleeve and long sleeve), and even in vinyl sticker form now too.

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pointblank4445 June 19, 2014 at 06:04 am

I don’t think anyone can deny his best work was before his NRA alignment and when his monologues (while relevant) were much more topical. While it’s a win/win with his NRA arrangement, his words don’t have the same impact they once did.

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TheBear June 19, 2014 at 01:12 pm

+1

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Ryan June 19, 2014 at 10:21 pm

+1

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Andy Wolf June 20, 2014 at 12:46 am

+3

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Jake June 22, 2014 at 07:57 pm

Saying a gun is only useful for killing people is like saying my car was only designed to drive me to work and driving it anywhere else is misusing it.

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Robert W. June 27, 2014 at 03:06 pm

Actually, I think the one that COMPLETELY pisses them off is when you tell them that “If I should be restricted to a 17th century musket to exercise my 2nd Amendment rights, you should be restricted to a 17th century printing press to exercise your 1st.”

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