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I was told there would be gundeals submitted by M4DM4X to introductions

nanodec 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago

Never actually been on this site prior, but glad I found it.

Glad to see a site like this exists, where you need to put on your big boy pants and not cry like little bitches cuz somebody says something that makes you get butthurt.

Also REALLY HAPPY for a place to find news sources that aren't covered by mainstream. If you really are about learning and understanding current issues, sites like this need to exist. You CANNOT find real truth anymore in mainstream media, only biases and opinion-driven information.

Glad to be here faggots.

Vermont losing its rights: Ten round limits, UBCs, bump stock ban, and 21 to buy a gun. submitted by shadow332 to politics

nanodec 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

The argument I've made about this bill is that I don't see how it will stop any sort of firearm violence at all. My reason is this: I'm 38 and grew up in the Northeast part of Vermont. Back then, I remember fellow students having rifles & shotguns in their vehicles, especially during hunting season. We grew up around it, and never thought twice about it. We didn't worry about people getting mad, going out to their vehicles, grabbing one and bringing it in to shoot someone. Now, the argument of the "assault rifle" platform... the Armalite platform was owned by some of these same individuals, and the hunting restriction was only using a 5-round magazine (hunting no more than 5). Same gun, same issue. We didn't give a shit.

What's changed? I think it comes down to the devaluation people place on human life. Movies, video games, the NEWS, has gotten a lot more graphic. I don't blame any one thing, IMHO people who say it's video games are idiots... but it makes me wonder if through the observation of violence, people have become more aggressive towards one another and with kids feeling there's no way out of a situation, copycat some other murderer they see getting tons of press in the news..

TLDR: Grew up remembering in HS people having guns at school. Knives too... we didn't give a shit. Is the real question not the firearm itself but our views on violence and the desensitization of it which has lead to more shootings?

What do you take for granted? submitted by I_Would_Gas_You to AskVoat

nanodec 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Learn. Make yourself more self-reliant and independent. Start small (with gardening) and go from there, building a little more each year.

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What do you take for granted? submitted by I_Would_Gas_You to AskVoat

nanodec 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Learn. Make yourself more self-reliant and independent. Start small (with gardening) and go from there, building a little more each year.

Vermont losing its rights: Ten round limits, UBCs, bump stock ban, and 21 to buy a gun. submitted by shadow332 to politics

nanodec 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

The argument I've made about this bill is that I don't see how it will stop any sort of firearm violence at all. My reason is this: I'm 38 and grew up in the Northeast part of Vermont. Back then, I remember fellow students having rifles & shotguns in their vehicles, especially during hunting season. We grew up around it, and never thought twice about it. We didn't worry about people getting mad, going out to their vehicles, grabbing one and bringing it in to shoot someone. Now, the argument of the "assault rifle" platform... the Armalite platform was owned by some of these same individuals, and the hunting restriction was only using a 5-round magazine (hunting no more than 5). Same gun, same issue. We didn't give a shit.

What's changed? I think it comes down to the devaluation people place on human life. Movies, video games, the NEWS, has gotten a lot more graphic. I don't blame any one thing, IMHO people who say it's video games are idiots... but it makes me wonder if through the observation of violence, people have become more aggressive towards one another and with kids feeling there's no way out of a situation, copycat some other murderer they see getting tons of press in the news..

TLDR: Grew up remembering in HS people having guns at school. Knives too... we didn't give a shit. Is the real question not the firearm itself but our views on violence and the desensitization of it which has lead to more shootings?

I was told there would be gundeals submitted by M4DM4X to introductions

nanodec 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago

Never actually been on this site prior, but glad I found it.

Glad to see a site like this exists, where you need to put on your big boy pants and not cry like little bitches cuz somebody says something that makes you get butthurt.

Also REALLY HAPPY for a place to find news sources that aren't covered by mainstream. If you really are about learning and understanding current issues, sites like this need to exist. You CANNOT find real truth anymore in mainstream media, only biases and opinion-driven information.

Glad to be here faggots.