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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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I don’t know about you guys, I wouldn’t miss broccoli:

If God meant for us to be vegetarians He would have made broccoli more fun to shoot.

do-not-want-broccoli-dog-memeHaha that’s a good line.

Hat tip: Rod

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The slow motion is cool though:

Not like it matters to the target audience of this, but an AR-15 wasn’t even involved basically any of those shootings.

Restricted Law Enforcement / Government Use Only T-ShirtI love how they do the closeup on “Restricted Law Enforcement / Government Use Only” and then on the evil Bushmaster logo *eye roll*

So basically AR-15’s kill frequently and indiscriminately… that’s the message.  Oh and Bushmaster’s are tier 1 evil.  Thoughts?

Hat tip: Tim

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NOT good:

A dozen U.S. soldiers are charged with organizing a secret “kill team” which allegedly murdered Afghan civilians at random and cut fingers and other body parts from corpses as trophies, according to new documents released by the U.S. military.

Full story – HERE

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Pakistan army soldiers board into a vehicle as they leave after attending funeral prayer of their comrade Nadeem Moeen-ud-Din, who was killed in the Saturday’s helicopter crashed, Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009 in Karachi, Pakistan. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)

Lots more amazing photographs at The Boston Globe – HERE

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