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Old 09-29-2007, 12:47 AM
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Sorry! Do you know Chicgeek personally because you and Chicgeek are really close!

But I don't annoy ChicGeek, she likes me, cause I'm Japanese!

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Old 09-29-2007, 01:02 AM
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Sorry! Do you know Chicgeek personally because you and Chicgeek are really close!

But I don't annoy ChicGeek, she likes me, cause I'm Japanese!

~Sheen
Chicgeek likes very few people, and neither you nor I am on that list.
 
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Old 09-29-2007, 03:54 AM
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No.

But I know few who would gladly take one of these....
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Wow, that is harsh, very harsh! Hard to believe she doesn't like you!

John just a quick tip, I think she is playing hard to get, don't give up just yet!

Although I have no chance of being on that honourable list!

As I am ignorant and she definitely likes everything in order and doesn't like lowering herself to peasants like me!

Also she doesn't like being called hot for some reason! But damn she is!

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Old 09-29-2007, 04:04 AM
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That's a nice idea to make a better profit!
But a lil bit curios at all.........
 
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Old 09-29-2007, 06:39 AM
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ROFLMAO!

Very true may make a bit more profit!

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Old 09-25-2008, 12:08 PM
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No..Unless they put an hellokitty designs on it..

cool..lol..I'd love to have one..
if its a toy gun..lol..can't imagine my self holding a real gun..OMG
 
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Old 09-25-2008, 12:44 PM
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RinaLasnier - are you on a quest to bring back all of SITAS threads from last year?
 
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Old 09-25-2008, 01:29 PM
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^ Well I can't blame him, some of them were a lot of fun!
 
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Old 09-25-2008, 01:32 PM
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that is very true - i've read back through them and giggled along the way. you were on a roll!
 
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Thank You John - very well stated.

When and where I grew up, guns around the house were a normal thing.
Everyone hunted and the boys learned to shoot, hunt and learned about gun
safety at home. If I ever (I'm female) picked up one of Dad's rifles, shotguns
or hand guns without permission, my behind glowed red for awhile.

I did not really learn to hunt until I was an adult. But have enjoyed many
outdoor hours hunting birds and game. Hand gun target shooting at a local
range has been a favorite pastime for many years, although I don't have
much time for that these days.

Guns exist. So a proper place and time must be arranged for their use.
Having a rather extensive gun collection, I'm sometimes kept busy with
cleaning these items. As an engineering type A individual it's the precision of
the instrument that gives one pause and reflection. A well oiled instrument is
a thing of beauty.

Pink? Not for me. If I took a pink gun to the shooting range, I die of
embarrassment. I like my guns to look like what they are; powerful tools. If I
had the occasion to pull out a gun for protection and it was pink, the bad
guy might possibly laugh, I would laugh and perhaps the incident would be
over. OH, maybe pink is not such a bad idea after all, hummmm.....

On second thought if I did have to shoot some guy in the foot, when the
policemen arrived, I die of embarassment. Plus, if you're going to pull the
trigger it's best not to aim for the foot. Never point one in anyones direction
unless you intend to use it.



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I think there are too many guns in irresponsible hands. There is truth in the statement "guns don't kill, people do".

Sure, there are a lot of accidental deaths with guns. Stupid. Perhaps it would be awesome if guns never existed. Or if nobody had guns. That would be beautiful.

But the real cause of violence is never a gun. Never. It's people. If you handed a gun to every Japanese person, and handed a gun to every American person, and waited a year, there would be a huge heap of American people dead, and maybe a couple dozen Japanese dead.

Maybe the focus should be on the cause of the violence, and not a facilitating tool (guns)?
Oops! Forgot to do the quote thing! ^^^^^
Sorry!

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The purpose of buying a gun is to protect yourself, but buy a pink gun to show others - i have a toy gun - is not a wise idea.
 
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I would not buy a gun, period. It doesn't matter what color of the rainbow it comes in, I will not pay to have it.

The only situation in which I'll care for a customized weapon is in the event of a zombie apocalypse... and I'd go for a bright red machine gun. No pistols for me, and nothing pink.
 
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