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On 2018-03-01 19:17:52 +0000, Bill Steele said:
> On 2018-02-28 23:41:23 +0000, alvey said:
>> On Wed, 28 Feb 2018 17:38:25 -0500, moviePig wrote:
>>> On 2/28/2018 4:21 PM, alvey wrote:
>>>> On Mon, 26 Feb 2018 19:07:50 -0800 (PST), Irish Ranger wrote:
>>>>> A gun is like a parachute.
>>>> Aside from the fact that one is designed to save lives and the other one is
>>>> designed to take them.
>>> Not if you give the guns to the right people.  (The right people are the
>>> ones who want only to kill the wrong people.  WCGW?)
>> Absolutely nothing.
>> Besides, guns don't kill people, parachutes kill people.
> They do. There have been people who had their parachute get stuck in a 
> tree and died before being found. There may also have been people who 
> have were smothered to death in a parachute. Not to mention those where 
> the parachute failed.
> The parallel is still good: Parachutes don't kill people; people who 
> don't use parachutes properly kill people.  Including, sometimes, 
> themselves.
> To fully support the 2nd Amendment we should require that anyone 
> purchasing a gun submit evidence of membership in a well-regulated 
> militia.

Nope. More like thay should have to go through a six-month "Gun Owners 
Course" and pass the final exams, plus annual re-tests, plus have 
weekly psychiatric assessments (of course, the simple fact that most 
*want* to even own a gun without any actual *need* means they'll 
instantly fail that last one).