gun control

ahhahaha this is amazing:

They really hit all the talking points with this one.  I was going through the checklist in my head and I was like ☑ every time.

The spitting was so on point, I lost my mind every time he did it. hahah

Oh sure it’s likely supposed to be “anti-gun” propaganda, but whatever I have a self deprecating sense of humor… I still find this stuff funny.

Thoughts?  You mad about the definite double standard when it comes to “racism”?


I knew this was going to be a massacre, even before I hit the play button:

Wow this first girl is awkward… Steven is obviously used to speaking in public and speaking on camera but that’s just bad.  I knew he would absolutely destroy her (which he did), when she brought up the trusting government part and having an app on her phone to call the police… yet she doesn’t trust the police.

Second guy… pro gun but believes in “some control”.  haha this guy said that violent criminals should only be “restricted to a handgun” then he said something about the Las Vegas shooting being a reason why violent criminals should only be allowed handguns and not rifles.  This is also a massacre, but this guy is more confident than the last girl so it’s funnier.  Oh man this kid is now talking about biometric handguns and the NRA.  The whole discussion kind of dragged on and went off the rails towards the end with the “I’m brown, so people are going to think I’m a terrorist if I have a gun” type talk.



Problematic haha:

Not all celebrities of course… but we all know the most vocal shit heads who don’t practice what they preach.



A movie about gun control and politics:

Wow that looks boring and embarrassing.  It’s not doing TOO terrible on IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes, so I might watch it someday if any of you guys says it’s alright.  I watched 13 hours tonight (finally), and enjoyed that.

From the director:

“We didn’t offer the script to the Brady Campaign, we didn’t offer the script to any Second Amendment groups,” director John Madden said when I asked if he had consulted with the NRA or other gun rights groups when making the film. “We didn’t want the film being adopted by one side or the other of the argument, because it isn’t a polemic. … I don’t think — the film is not political in its intent. It’s political in its milieu and it’s political in its, you know, the background of the story. But it’s more about political process to me.”

Full article on the Washington Post.  In theaters now.

Thoughts?  Any of you guys see this yet?  Looks like another lame money grab because “guns are so hot right now”.  The old throw shit at the wall and see what sticks approach seems to work decent for making money in Hollywood if you have lots of money.


Yoooooooo SHOTS FIRED on this one:

everything-could-be-a-trollThe trolling is strong in this one.  I’m fully convinced people actually think all or most of the troll facts in this are true.

hahah 1:03 – “AR-15 ghost guns are being delivered to mental heath facilities by the NRA as part of their “Kill Children” program.”


Gat tip: MurglePorkChop


Brady Campaign with another scare tactic video:

Baby-Glock“Guns Don’t Kill People, Toddlers Kill People”…. yawn.

Holy they actually made up a website, for this nonsense.  All these anti-gun groups keep trying these outlandish promotions, and keep embarrassing themselves when they don’t catch on.