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Knock, Knock..... Hold on a sec

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Knock, Knock..... Hold on a sec

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Anonymous Critic Report This Comment
Date: May 17, 2010 10:49PM

If that's not a police armory locker - then some paranoid fool wasted a serious amount of money.
90130_ Report This Comment
Date: May 19, 2010 02:15AM

Preparedness isn't paranoia. Nothing better than being able to arm your neighbors who didn't think as far ahead.
duane Report This Comment
Date: May 19, 2010 05:52AM

jgoins Report This Comment
Date: May 19, 2010 06:28AM

If I had the money my locker would be 3 times that size. Not paranoid just being prepared.
Seeker Report This Comment
Date: May 19, 2010 09:18AM

"Nothing better than being able to arm your neighbors who didn't think as far ahead"
"Not paranoid just being prepared"

What are you so afraid of? You think Mars attacks??

The only reason for you to be so paranoid is because all of you possess so many weapons.

"Not paranoid just being prepared" - damn you are cracy.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: May 19, 2010 03:56PM

people like seeker will be the first victims

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 19/05/2010 03:57PM by fossil_digger.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: May 19, 2010 11:39PM

Seeker ..... further proof of the pussification of the race (*butt*)

Seeker Report This Comment
Date: May 20, 2010 03:58AM

It would have been so much more interesting if you were able to express what it is you are so afraid of instead of saying I will become the first victim. I don't mind if I am the first or last victim since I don't see anything to be afraid of.

Puccification was mentioned. Since you are the paranoid ones, aren't you the pussies then?

There is an expression for being afraid without being able to define what of. It is called paranoia.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: May 20, 2010 05:46AM

Being prepared is not being afraid. I am sure you have health insurance does that mean you are afraid of getting sick? You wear a seat belt, does that mean you are afraid of having an accident? No, you wear a seat belt just in case you need it. It is the same thing about weapons, we have them just in case we need them for any reason. We hope we won't need them but should the need arise we will be ready. The worse thing would be to need a gun and not have one.
Seeker Report This Comment
Date: May 20, 2010 06:38AM

jgoins, I agree with you. What I don't understand is what it is you want to be prepared for? The only thing I would be afraid of is a violent criminal entering my home. For that purpose one gun would be enough, and there would be no reason for me to supply my neighbours with guns.

Another thing to worry about is a civil war, but I can't imagine that taking place, neither in USA nor in my country (Denmark).

I have followed your debates regarding the rights to bear arms. I know I start another discussion here, but in my country nobody is allowed to own a gun unless it for hunting or competition. You need a hunting license to get a firearms certificate for shotgun or riffle. To be allowed to own a handgun you have to have been a member of a shooting club for several years, and you need to have a clean criminal record. Nobody in this country can get permit to own the kind of weapons shown in the picture.

In USA there are 10,84 times as many murders as in Denmark (0.0279271 per 1,000 people in USA, 0.00257732 per 1,000 people in Denmark). In other words, the more guns the more murders. So objectively you are better off without guns. I'm aware though that objective considerations are worth nothing if you are attacked by somebody with guns. However that situation very seldom occurs in this country since it is so difficult the get hold of a gun.

I'm aware the situation is very different in USA and Denmark, but I know for sure that if it was as easy to get a gun here as it is in USA it would be much more dangerous to live here.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: May 21, 2010 12:10AM

Seeker, one very good reason our own founding fathers felt it such an important right that each American have ownership privledges regarding firearm ownership that it was incorporated into the founding documents for our country was as a method of national protection from foreign aggression.

While we as a nation have never been occupied by any foreign force you Danes cannot make such a statement as your country followed the same path of least resistance as the French in WWII by surrendering to the Germans instead of attempting to defend yourselves and as a result experienced 5yrs worth of military rule by the Germans from 1940-1945. I might add to this statement that Denmark didn't secure their freedom from the Germans either, other militaries with blood, sweat, tears and lives did it FOR you. Not surprisingly I don't hear any thanks from you for that, but you're welcome just the same.

In this link regarding information about Denmarks occupation [] it explains that though your leaders even had advance knowledge of the pending attack, they took no actions to defend your nation and that during the takeover by the Germans there were a sum total of 16 Danes killed.

A similar situation regarding an aggressing force even in the small town where I live, with a population of less than 2,000 people would find many more than 16 dead before the dust settled and there would be severe casualties wrought upon the aggressors by the citizenry BECAUSE we are armed.

During WWII the Japanese even tendered a plan to attack the west coast of the US but scrapped the idea simply because the expected casualties such an attack would have yielded to their forces by the armed citizenry alone here was considered too great a price to make such an attack feasible or worthwhile.

The second largest reason Americans have gun ownership rights is to enable the citizens protection from an overbearing or oppressive government should such a need ever exist. What could your unarmed citizenry ever bring to bear against future aggression by another invading force or a form of government deemed to be in violation of the rights you Danes currently enjoy?

The old saying "only a fool brings a knife, rock or a stick to a gunfight" seems entirely relevant in such discussions grinning

pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: May 21, 2010 03:06AM

jgoins Report This Comment
Date: May 21, 2010 08:34AM

Mr Kim, you expressed the need to own guns perfectly. You left out the possibility of a race war though. The Illegal Mexicans in this country are arming themselves now, I have personally seen this with them buying guns at local fleamarket and paying more than the guns are worth. One can believe it is coming or not but one still has to acknowledge the possibility that it could and being prepared is the key.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: May 27, 2010 11:14AM

Here's a story ONE national news network is reporting while the "lamestream" media obviously feels it doesn't suit their anti-gun ownership agenda: []

Sadly this decorated veteran now faces the possibility of criminal charges by the state of Illinois and civil lawsuits by the family of the now deceased (illegally armed) perp, which is "civil justice" at its finest while any sense of REAL justice gets tossed into the weeds along with this citizens constitutionally guaranteed rights the state of Illinois decided to strip from him (*facepalm*)

jgoins Report This Comment
Date: May 28, 2010 05:48AM

Well I was always told by law enforcement that if I shot a person in my doorway and he falls outside to drag the body inside the house before calling the police.If it is necessary to shoot a burglar it is better if he is all the way inside the home. If the perpetrator has a gun then do what you need to do to protect yourself just make sure his gun is fired and he is dead then it would be your word against his as to who shot first.