Author Topic: USA, srsly?? bra holsters??  (Read 12077 times)

Who are you replying to?

Having lots of officers and good police coverage in cities, why would anyone carry firearms? Someone can just throw a fit and open fire over something stupid.
If someone breaks into your house and pulls a gun to your face you aren't gonna be able to go "Hold on I gotta call the cops so they can arrest you". I'd also like to bring to attention detroit, some of the strictest gun laws but the most gun related deaths.


Donnies you're linking news articles from a third world country. What else would you expect.

I think OP is criticizing the US people's 'need' to own guns and the apparent correlation to mass shootings

Donnies you're linking news articles from a third world country. What else would you expect.
well he was claiming things like this didnt just happen in his great country

argentine gov officials seem to know what theyre doing http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2016/02/21/govt-official-carrying-50-kilos-cocaine-arrested-in-argentina/
YEs but there, you're getting into politics which you need background in to be able to reply.

Self defense is not the same as vigilantism. Why the forget would i let some guy stab/shoot me? The police aren't there that very moment so what do you do? Let them stab/shoot you?
I'm going to carry a weapon for self defense to prevent a criminal from killing me. I'm going to shoot them, and Im going to make it a kill. A person who tries to harm me out of malice does not deserve to live. I did not kill them for no reason, i killed them to save my own life.
Why get to that part in the first place? Don't you have cameras or something watching?

Police take care of the investigation and literally everything else related to crime, just not my self protection in a time when they aren't nearby.
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Crime investigation is an agency apart. Police are supposed to be there patrolling ,avoiding previously mentioned episode, and act accordingly.

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Everything you post is whats relevant in your country Pie crust. The US has a population nearly 8x yours, and we have massive cities. Its 2 different cultures. Stop trying to compare the two like your county is any better.
I'm not saying it's any better and we have large cities as well.

http://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/article/2016/02/17/referee-shot-dead-during-match-argentina

>Referee shot dead during match in Argentina
loving hooligans related to corrupt politics.

hey pie crust remember that concert you went to? http://www.torontosun.com/2016/02/14/rolling-stones-concert-worker-shot-dead-band-under-armed-guard-report
That is preventive measures.

well he was claiming things like this didnt just happen in his great country
You're mixing crime with politics.

That's the way of American police.
actually no it's not at all. there is intense investigation that follows after a self defense murder. im assuming it's the same where you live

http://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/article/2016/02/17/referee-shot-dead-during-match-argentina

>Referee shot dead during match in Argentina
Yeah, but anything goes in football. It's surprising that no refs have been shot dead in Britain.


Since the politic crimes has been mentioned twice already, here's some background:

Cristina Kircher forgeted the country up, down, left, right, in and out by passing moronic acts that destroyed the economy (See: Cepo Cambiario) and corrupted her government officials and created links with hooligans and drug dealers. (See: Triple Crime)

argentine gov officials seem to know what theyre doing http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2016/02/21/govt-official-carrying-50-kilos-cocaine-arrested-in-argentina/
This is one of her officials. Cristina and her bitches are about to be all imprisoned in a few months.

http://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/article/2016/02/17/referee-shot-dead-during-match-argentina

>Referee shot dead during match in Argentina
Football is a mafia and I'm sure Dooble can back me up.


hey pie crust remember that concert you went to? http://www.torontosun.com/2016/02/14/rolling-stones-concert-worker-shot-dead-band-under-armed-guard-report
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as a gang tried to ambush them in an effort to steal the stadium's drinks takings. A 31-year-old Colombian man, named locally as John Alexander Bobadilla Vega, was later arrested.

Province police are known to be corrupt (due to links with Cristina's government and his puppet, Daniel Scioli) and probably was paid protection money as chances for gang ambushes against people are practically null.

stuff even I'm planning on getting a CC pistol next year

south bend ain't what is used to be and the streets aren't safe

so we don't have to live in a stuffhole country where the intentional homicide rate is 5.5 (see: Argentina)
Why did you get so butthurt over that statement.

m-muh freedoms........... muh gun collection

Why did you get so butthurt over that statement.

because he needs to be reminded exactly where he lives before he criticizes other countries. especially countries that produce over 4x as many goods and services as his lmao

EDIT: people still call other people 'butthurt' in 2016? you should move to Argentina where they're still stuck in 2008. or like 1954 for that matter.

Yes but you're forgetting that Flash Mobs don't exist here and the most lethal weapon Argentinians have are motorized vehicles. Firearm murder is very rare. Knifes and running over people with cars are much more common.

so what you're basically telling me is that america, which has 1+ firearms per person and occasional mass shootings, still has less homicide than Argentina? kek, sounds like a swell place to live buddy
« Last Edit: February 22, 2016, 10:21:02 AM by Rally »

Actually, if you didn't cherrypick my posts, you'd seen the graphic I posted earlier. The US and Argentina are almost identical when it comes to homicides.

And perfect countries don't exist. The US has lots of issues involving obesity, cancer, and depression. It is also one of the few, maybe even safe to say only, country where someone goes in with an automatic rifle and begins murdering everyone.