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American twit

"a man in a police uniform"

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Peter Puller Report This Comment
Date: March 08, 2024 03:46AM

The AI got the caption wrong. Or did it?
quasi Report This Comment
Date: March 08, 2024 01:20PM

I doubt if even any Texas cops carry that many guns or one in the belt in back. This dude's overcompensating for his tiny dick and brain.
Placelowerplace Report This Comment
Date: March 08, 2024 02:17PM

You are the authority on those topics, so you should know. The way I understand it, is you failed us all Quasi, by not going to these people and showing them the error of their ways. If only they could just see through your hate and contempt for them, I am certain they will be just like you in every way possible. So go on out there Q, make the world only as you see and understand it, this world could only be perfect if everyone just did things your way. Why aren’t you running for President or supreme leader is just a waste of your fine big dick and superior big brain.

Besides most people put guns in their own mouth, probably because they just can’t be as perfect as you.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: March 08, 2024 11:50PM

988, dude. With all the shitposts on here about how people wear their hair or identify when they aren't hurting or threatening anyone, that rant was ridiculous.
Anon Report This Comment
Date: March 09, 2024 10:04AM

I don't know what's between place and quasi, but the man in the photo, his brain is fried. Just fried. I like guns, and if I felt a need to carry one for self defence, it would be out of sight and a .22 Magnum. I've seen in real life the damage done by various calibres to leather bound meat, bone and muscle (I inflicted some of it), so that will do for something as comparatively weak as human skin. Unless someone is wearing heavy winter clothing the organ behind what a .22 Magnum hits will fail. Except for a lung, that will fill with blood. But I don't live over there, didn't go to its schools and don't watch their film or television.

He could be like the Greeks and Italians who immigrated to Australia after WWI, who saw guns as a sign of manhood, shot livestock, tractors parked in paddocks, water tanks, road signs, left farm gates open and were such a source of cultural tension that Australia issued its first firearms licences in the 1930's as a result. If we had never let them in, we probably still wouldn't have such things. As we had no problem before.

It's amazing what protestantism and the Living Wages Case will do to stabilise a society. For the impact of protestantism you just have to look at the history of Britain and northern Europe - private warfare stopped. And the Living Wages Case means people are not desperate, even when they have a job.
Placelowerplace Report This Comment
Date: March 09, 2024 01:37PM

Alright Paul, simple terms, you hurt people and then blame them for it. I once thought of you as a friend, that was my mistake. You are a bad person.
pulse Report This Comment
Date: March 10, 2024 03:00AM

I'm looking after my sister-in-law's dog at the moment. He's not playing well with mine.

They're both Cavoodle's (or I think maybe Cavapoo in US? maybe), and they just randomly attack each other for no reason. If one gets a toy, the other steals it. Not because they want it, but because they're a jerk and just want the other one not to have it.

And they're still better behaved than most of you fuckers these days smiling
smiley Place nice or I'll put your toys under the sink.
woberto Report This Comment
Date: March 10, 2024 04:30AM

Maybe he's a deputy or something and the bum-crack pistola is not his own weapon.
I am more concerned about the massive set of fucking keys! Who rolls like that?
quasi Report This Comment
Date: March 10, 2024 02:56PM

In the U.S., guns have gone from being a useful tool to being a status symbol and fetish. This guy is the human version of a peacock or, perhaps more aptly, one of those monkeys with the bright red ass they like to show off. At the very least, the gun in his butt crack is just asking for the wrong someone to walk up behind him and grab it, and before he can turn and use one of his other guns he'll be on the ground bleeding out, along with other nearby people. It's just a really vain and thoughless display.
Anon Report This Comment
Date: March 12, 2024 12:53AM

Thanks for putting things in context quasi. You and pj in a former post about school shootings over there. Yours is not a culture I want anything to do with. But from a previous post of yours, you don't want anything to do with what you see every day.
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: March 12, 2024 04:28AM

quasi, for reasons I don't understand, wants people in other parts of the world to believe that this is everyday life in the USA and it isn't.
I'm in the 55-60 age group so I've been around awhile. I've also been around...
I've seen 47 out of 50 states.
I've been to malls, grocery stores, parks, monuments, museums, etc. in all parts of this country.
And in all my years, in all the places I've been, and the thousands of people I've encountered, NOT one fucking time have I ever seen anyone, anywhere, open carry more than 1 weapon.
Furthermore, the occasions where I've seen anyone openly carrying a gun, be it a rifle or a pistol, has been very few times.
Does it happen? Obviously, as you can see in the above pic...but it truly is not the norm.
Most deaths in the US have nothing to do with guns...heart disease is the number one killer here.
Anon Report This Comment
Date: March 13, 2024 01:39AM

heart disease is the number one killer here

From what I know of the yank diet I quite believe that. Are you like me and prefer the leafy outer regions to the inner city grime? I mean before the virus. I always preferred a recital in the suburbs, where you don't have to dress up, recognise half the faces you see, can meet the performers and the cost is 1/3 the Sydney Opera House (and that's the cheap seats). Quasi may see things you don't and the opposite is true.

The virus response reflected culture: in Australia a 1/4 acre block in the city no longer cuts it, it's a 1/3 acre, preferably at least 4 bedroom arts and crafts house, or you plan to escape the city. Many people have done just that.

Over there deaths by firearm were rising by 30% a year, suicides plateaued and murders took up the slack. What a thing to say!
quasi Report This Comment
Date: March 13, 2024 08:20AM

Open carry is legal in only a few states so of course this doesn't depict everyday life in America and that makes open carry overall a rare thing. Pictured is just one twit playing dress up. What is more common and legal in many states is concealed carry which in some states, such as my own, doesn't require any training or permit - you don't know who is packing and any idiot could be.

While the U.S. has about 4% of the world's population it has 40% of the world's privately owned firearms. For every 100 people here there are about 120 firearms while 70% to 75% percent don't own firearms; that's a lot of guns in the hands of some folks. The guns are status symbols and talismans that are said to represent freedom but often represent the desire to be dominant or just plain fear. People have been shot for knocking on a door to ask directions. A guy just went to prison last week for shooting a young woman to death - she was in a car with some friends and they had pulled into the end of the guy's driveway to turn around because they were lost. Schools, stores, chuches, sporting events, county fairs, driving down the highway.... most normal public activities have been subject to shootings which has caused fearful people to arm themselves for protection and their fear and inexperience leads them to shoot at the wrong people.

Our streets are not awash in blood and there are not armed people everywhere you go but there are still so many of them that you never know when and where there'll be another shooting, another "mass casualty event" . It's way out of hand.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: March 13, 2024 10:52AM

Oh, and while heart disease is the number one killer overall, firearms are the number one killer of children in the U.S. having surpassed car accidents for a few years now.
Anon Report This Comment
Date: March 13, 2024 11:06AM

I question the statistics you provide: most countries don't know or care how many guns are within their borders. Australia's government didn't until 1996 and I still don't. But the rest is as imbecilic as our impression of yanks. Given the doctrine that 'crisis is an opportunity', could it be deliberate?

I mean, apart from so many vets taking their 303's home after the first world war, then private purchases during the second war (it turned out the first war wasn't the war to end all wars after all so government had better hold onto a lot of guns), most guns in Australia were bought due to some idiot importing rabbits: whole suburbs of the cities organised themselves into army style units to go shoot them during the rabbit plague in the 1930's. It was with active government support and saved farming and environmental damage.

Then came american political doctrine, dressed up as moral, like crisis above, so crisis management by government departments that don't allow people with technical and professional knowledge of what the department does to run them, as had been the case, as they prevented crisis from happening (there's also this suss issue here: [michaelwest.com.au] I think donations and cushy jobs). And to keep it short, doctrine from Ayn Rand: "The weak should fear the strong, the strong should be bold, the strong should take from the weak." There's no greater weakness than being disarmed. So in the late 90's to about 2016, desperate social climbers in Sydney's north, who need a political party for their jobs, expressed (I don't remember the exact words) that governments don't go to war with each other, they only do to their own people! To understand reality was mental illness and the Australian Submarine Corporation was closed. It made our own subs, but its staff and management were critics of that political party, so they're all defenestrated: may not be on a professional income nor part of the middle class. That sounds myopic but I was threatened with it ("Denied the benefits of society", the first of which is money) and have lived it.

You two have argued this before: [www.plus613.net]

But if the list of factors here is known, and nothing done about them... [www.plus613.net]

And the Icelandic testing requirement is known to work but not adopted (tests also in Canada and New Zealand) [www.plus613.net]

And imbecilic is putting it politely, this is an american doctrine: [www.plus613.net]
woberto Report This Comment
Date: March 13, 2024 12:07PM

pulse you gotta do something about these 'bots.
Anon Report This Comment
Date: March 13, 2024 01:16PM

Oops, I meant what quasi describes is imbecilic, not quasi.

As for woberto calling me a bot, would you prefer shorter (pulse, adjudicate!):

I question the statistics you provide: most countries don't know or care how many guns are within their borders. Australia's government didn't until 1996 and I still don't. But you describe a circumstance as imbecilic as our impression of yanks. Given the doctrine that 'crisis is an opportunity', could it be deliberate?

You two have argued this before: [www.plus613.net]

But if the list of factors here is known, and nothing done about them... [www.plus613.net]

And the Icelandic testing requirement is known to work but not adopted (tests also in Canada and New Zealand) [www.plus613.net]

And imbecilic is putting it politely, this is an american doctrine: [www.plus613.net]
Anon Report This Comment
Date: March 13, 2024 01:18PM

Links don't copy in copy/paste...
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: March 14, 2024 12:58AM

Quote
quasi
. This dude's overcompensating for his tiny dick and brain.

So quick question, if you see a dude without a gun do you assume he's a genius with a massive cock?
pulse Report This Comment
Date: March 14, 2024 03:49AM

I know I am
woberto Report This Comment
Date: March 14, 2024 04:17AM

pulse likes to take his massive goat for a walk.
Me on the other hand...
woberto Report This Comment
Date: March 15, 2024 12:43AM

Ahh, good times...
pulse Report This Comment
Date: March 15, 2024 12:41PM

pj smiley
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