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Full Story – HERE

Pure gold… I couldn’t make stuff like this up if I tried.

I truly feel bad for her if she is unable to afford health insurance, or is not eligible.  I’m sure she was in a lot of pain from when her dog jerked the leash, but why make things worse?  I think her expectations of getting fixed for free were too high. especially since she was obviously very forthcoming of the fact the gunshot was self inflicted. I wonder what the possible charges she is facing are?

The most retarded quote in the whole interview though by far, was the following:

“I guess I should have shot a little lower and got the bone and the artery.” -Kathy Myers

Heh yea nothing screams good idea like a .25 ACP to an artery. Hopefully her girlfriend talks her out of any future “bright ideas”, although I have a feeling Darwin may get another chance.

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Says Rosemary Boileau, a lady who apparently has a masters degree in counseling and experience in mental health:

Putting “guns, knives, and machine guns for sale” advertisements in people’s faces – especially those who are feeling hopeless, or worse yet, angry – is a recipe for death. So stop the suggestive selling because the bottom line is, you don’t know who’s responding to your advertising and what your ads may “trigger.” Or alternatively, expect that people will die, and don’t be surprised by it.

The full nutty letter she wrote – HERE

Yea…. and food advertisements made Rosie O’donnell fat :roll:

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Ottawa, Canada – Repealing Canada’s long-gun registry would set back the significant gains in suicide prevention since the registry was introduced, emergency doctors and public health organizations said Wednesday.

In an open letter to MPs, 28 medical and health organizations said most firearms deaths in Canada are suicides, and the guns most frequently used are rifles and shotguns. They argued gun-related deaths and suicides in particular have diminished since the advent of the long-gun registry in 1995.

Full Story – HERE

Heh… so since people aren’t buying that the gun registry stops crime, they decided to make it a public health and safety issue.

Well Played…

Interestingly enough, the suicide rate in Canada is almost equal to that of the United States, even though guns in Canada are so heavily controlled (Source).  No telling from that source how many are gun related, but I’m sure the information is out there.  If there really is a correlation between gun possession and suicide as these doctors say, then why isn’t the U.S. suicide rate far higher, seeing as there are way more privately owned guns.

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Ah, so that’s how healthcare passed! :P

P.S. Nice trigger discipline.

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