gun control

Exactly the situation.  9 minutes was a bit long but he kept the bit going in an entertaining way.

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I knew this bozo was going to come out of the woodwork to try and get some more attention sooner or later:

Funny how he turns off all the comments now.

Here are his “solutions”:

  1. Stop making AR-15s, and stop making rifles (unless they are hunting rifles).
  2. Limit magazine capacity to 10 rounds across the board.
  3. There should be a strict number of how many firearms can be made by a manufacturer per month.
  4. Civilians should only be able to have access to shotguns, pistols, and hunting rifles.  Anything else forget about it… no suppressors either.  Later on in the video he updates this to say that the average person doesn’t even need a semi-automatic pistol.
  5. The minimum age to own a firearm should be 25.
  6. Ban all firearm accessories.

Heh.. riiiiiiiiiiight.

ahahah 7:30 – “I’m VODA INC… *dramatic pause* I’m one of the greatest of all time”



They had to weigh in:

I never thought I’d agree with the Island Boys, but here we are. 😂

Thoughts?  If you don’t know who they are, they became “famous” off this “freestyle” video.  Yea.. 2021 / 2022 is messed up, I know.


Figured I post it so you guys could get some laughs:

I skipped around a bit for a couple minutes in the video, and it looks a lot like this:



VICE documentary warning 😏

2:04 – They definitely have some sort of “no adjustable stocks” rule there judging by the next few pictures.

2:10 – Police say more than 60,000 weapons were turned in and $66M was paid out in total.   I crunched the numbers and that comes out to an average of $1100!  Obviously that number goes down a bit if the # of weapons turned in is higher, but still.. someone getting $1100 for turning in a gun is UN HEARD OF in the US.  Typically gun buybacks in the US, net people $100 – $200 giftcards.  Granted I’m sure guns in New Zealand are likely more expensive to buy in the first place.

2:49 – Shocking *sarcasm*, the gun store store owner said that the government uncertainty made him a lot of money.  That actually does look like a really well stocked store.   Impressive.  The guy is really well spoken too, so that was nice to see.

5:33 – I don’t know what’s going on here, but I’m both frightened and intrigued at the same time 🤔.

7:32 – Yea I get it, police don’t like gangs.  However, as always criminals don’t follow laws… so whatever they come up with is going to make absolutely zero difference.

9:14 – They seem like a really nice bunch of people. It’s always heartbreaking when terrorism or crime in general, permanently affects the lives of regular people.



VICE warning:

Imagine thinking you have the right to tell a private company what to do.  Bizarre.  I’ve always lived in a world where sure you can “ask” something of a company, but if they don’t want to fulfill your ask then you simply just have the option of not purchasing something from them.  As far as I’m concerned, if Dicks wanted to stop selling guns to guys with chinstrap facial hair, or guys with top buns etc… I’d be completely on their side.  Their company, they can do what they want.  Continuing to watch the video I see the kicker here is the Michigan civil rights law they cite that says “no one can discriminate because of age”.

4:37 – Oh shit if it isn’t Tristin’s problematic uncle talking that “do they have the right not to serve black people then?” talk 😬😬😬.  Hell of a widows peak type receding hairdo on that man.  Rocking a Spartan on that hoodie too. I might have to use him as a character in a Sheepdog Fan Fiction some day 🤔, speaking of which I have another one of those almost ready to go.