|Well I don't see how adding guns to the|
scenario above could possible turn out badly...
|Of course there are many reasons |
to avoid the Sunshine State.
|By LaPierre's reasoning, |
shouldn't wars be like, super-safe?
A brilliant and well-thought out plan, right? Sure. I mean, obviously gun ownership in the State of Texas is contingent upon rigorous training in combat tactics and hostage situations, isn't it? Because if it's not, encouraging college kids to carry guns and act like vigilantes might have unforeseen consequences. Wait, did I say unforeseen? I mean blindingly obvious and catastrophic consequences.
|Consequences like what happens when armed students |
find out that the required text for Chem II is $350. Used.
|The evolutionary time-scale: Worth |
dying for? No. Killing for, absolutely.
-Some escaped lion
Anyway, I suspect the NRA will be issuing a statement in the next 24-48 hours explaining to us how today's shooting in Kansas wouldn't have happened if the factory workers and other assorted passersby who were injured or killed were better armed, so like, stay tuned for that one.
|Pictured: NRA president Wayne LaPierre sporting the haircut you|
get when you walk into Fantastic Sams and say 'give me an Adolf.'*