From Pine View Farm

An Armed Society Is a Polite Society 3

Yahoos with guns make us all safer.



  1. Karen

    February 27, 2010 at 3:57 pm

    No, the lesson to be learned here is that protection orders only piss people off. He violated it, she had him arrested & now they are both dead. See how well it works?

    The gun didn’t help matters at all. But it was a long gun & all you have to do is pass the basic background check that doesn’t include mental stability because that’s too invasive, getting into a person’s privacy. So if you aren’t a convicted felon, you can legally buy a shotgun or a rifle. Different story if a person is going to carry a pistol, like a frootloop I know. And if you don’t care about laws, go to a local corner in certain parts of any town. You can get most anything, except maybe a Howitzer. I’m sure those have to be special ordered.

  2. Frank

    February 27, 2010 at 7:31 pm

    So he was a multi-tasking yahoo.

    I got nothing against guns.  Got several.  Know how to use them.

    But seems to me the cohort most wild-eyed about the 2nd amendment seems to be heavily-populated with persons I would trust least with weaponry.

  3. Karen

    February 28, 2010 at 11:41 am

    When I was threatened by a couple of gang bangers coming out of a Game Stop, not 1/8th of a mile from the Lakewood PD building, it was brought up to me that I should carry a pistol. I’ll admit it, I was rude. I laughed in the faces of the morons telling me this. The fact that I’m vertically challenged & not trained in any fighting techniques didn’t change my mind.

    I know how to use a shotgun. Even a pump, that I don’t like. I like the over & under. For skeet shooting. I could point & shoot a pistol but I have no desire to. If a person likes guns, KNOWS HOW & WHEN TO USE THEM, & is stable mentally, I don’t see a problem. But I really believe the SCOTUS & the 2nd amendment decision went too far. Too many nutballs now have access that shouldn’t.