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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 10 August 2019

    the-pi-guy said: jason1637 said: Apparently it was suicide but i think it was a hit. It's kind of horrific to me, because people were saying this would happen weeks ago.   There was reportedly an attempted suicide like, two weeks ago, so it is kind of ridiculous that they let this happen... ...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 10 August 2019

    jason1637 said: Anyway there's really not much I can add from here. I don't think registration is good because I don't like the feds keeping track of people's purchases and there are other ways to solve crimes. You don't care if they track what you buy and don't think the methods we have now are sufficient enough. There's really no middle ground here and I doubt were gonna change each...

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    House minority leader trying to blame video games for mass shootings. Update: Walmart pulls violent video game ads for 2 weeks

    in Politics Discussion on 10 August 2019

    Ganoncrotch said: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godwin%27s_law Ding Ding. Took longer than expected. Theres actually a whole Wikipedia article about that specific argument explaining how historians tend to think it is pretty terrible, so he went beyond just dinging the "Hitler" bell. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_gun_control_argument ...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 09 August 2019

    SpokenTruth said: sundin13 said: Just some quick points of clarification: Saliva is a pretty solid source of DNA. Sure, it evaporates, but the cells don't. The DNA gets left behind on the object and can be collected later. As for whether it is bacterial DNA left behind, DNA methods used in crime labs are human specific, so you aren't going to see any bacterial DNA profiles. While...

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    Walmart stops advertising violent videogames, but not Guns.

    in Politics Discussion on 09 August 2019

    This scapegoating is so blatant that it would be funny if lives weren't on the line... Like, Walmart should just own up to it and admit they don't give a fuck because it makes them money. Everybody knows its true, and pulling shit like this is just offensive and demeaning. Kindly fuck yourself, Walmart (and all those involved in this decision). ...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 09 August 2019

    SpokenTruth said: jason1637 said: 1. It won't prevent all forms of gun violence because there are illegal guns out there. And murder is illegal. 2. Well if someone has used their gun more the chances of their DNA being on it his higher. Maybe they coughed on it before, some hair fell on it etc. Also not every department needs a DNA lab. Ideally you would always send it somewhere...

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    House minority leader trying to blame video games for mass shootings. Update: Walmart pulls violent video game ads for 2 weeks

    in Politics Discussion on 09 August 2019

    Nighthawk117 said: I blame the current state of affairs on the Columbine shooting. It happened back in April of 1999. The assault weapons ban was passed in 1994 (it expired in 2004), and did not prevent this mass shooting.The shooters were motivated from watching the movie "The Matrix," which had released only 1 month earlier.Therefore, I blame Hollywood for glorifying guns - making them...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 08 August 2019

    jason1637 said: sundin13 said: Do you think that nobody commits crimes who doesn't have a disqualifying criminal history? As for your study, the unfortunate thing about it is that it isn't actually about DNA. So thats a bit awkward... But to answer my own question, in my experience, less than 5% of firearms produce a usable DNA profile. No. There are people that commit...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 08 August 2019

    Jaicee said: sundin13 said: Wouldn't women making more for their work favor the interests of women? Nope, not if sex "work" is the only field that does so! Like I said, it reflects what we as a society value in women, and the consequences of that value system redound to all women, not just the prostituted ones. First of all, some individuals choose to work in the...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 08 August 2019

    Jaicee said: Torillian said: 1) I'd never looked it up so I was unsure but a quick google seems to indicate that male prostitutes are 20% of the total. I don't think that's such a fringe minority that it can be dismissed. https://www.businessinsider.com/there-are-42-million-prostitutes-in-the-world-and-heres-where-they-live-2012-1 2) You don't think this is just market forces at...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 08 August 2019

    Baalzamon said: To add to the argument, gun restriction, while it absolutely appears to reduce HOMICIDE with a gun, doesn't appear to reduce violent crime at all.Britain and Wales, for instance have more than double the rate of violent crime as the US.So I've got to ask (even though this trade-off isn't necessarily inevitable), would you be more comfortable with a higher gun homicide rate...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 07 August 2019

    jason1637 said: sundin13 said: #TooBrad indeed. That said, I don't really consider this to be a good argument. There has to be some logical reason why firearm homicides would be cleared significantly more than non-firearm homicides in order for this to really be a valid counter-point. This effect would have to be even more pronounced given that over 70% of homicides are committed...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 07 August 2019

    jason1637 said: sundin13 said: https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2017/crime-in-the-u.s.-2017/topic-pages/clearances Those definitions for cleared seem too brad and also the crimes are not specific so we don't know if the "clear" rate for gun specific related crimes. #TooBrad indeed. That said, I don't really consider this to be a good argument. There has to...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 07 August 2019

    jason1637 said: sundin13 said: In 2017, solve rate was about 60% for homicides and about 50% for aggravated assaults, so its far from rare for someone to get away with serious crimes. What counts as a solve rate? https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2017/crime-in-the-u.s.-2017/topic-pages/clearances ...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 07 August 2019

    jason1637 said: SpokenTruth said: How would a background check help identify the gun owner?And your simplification on shooters getting caught is a bit too TV cop show for reality. I have an AA in Criminal Justice and a certification in Forensics. If only it were as easy as you just described. If there was a thorough background check they'd probably not have go the...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 07 August 2019

    jason1637 said: SpokenTruth said: You wouldn't want a system that can help determine who killed him though? It's pretty easy for cops to determine this. Shooters get caught easly. They're either caught on camera, someone calls the cops, people know who they are, their dna is on the weapon etc. With background checks there's no need for a gun registry. You seem to...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 05 August 2019

    jason1637 said: sundin13 said: What about our cars? Registration plates are bad too imo. Interesting take... ...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 05 August 2019

    jason1637 said: sundin13 said: Since we are talking about changing laws and implementing new laws, that is kind of a moot point. Well I don't think the government should keep tabs on what we buy anyway. What about our cars? ...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 05 August 2019

    jason1637 said: SpokenTruth said: 1. National registry and licensing for all guns and gun owners.2. Register all gun and ammo sales.3. Private sales must be notarized and registered.4. Must pass psych evaluation and safety training every 3 years.5. Owners must carry Gun Owners Insurance.6. Cannot own more than 4 guns without a "collectors" license.7. If you have kids under 18...

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    The Official US Politics OT

    in Politics Discussion on 05 August 2019

    SpokenTruth said: 1. National registry and licensing for all guns and gun owners.2. Register all gun and ammo sales.3. Private sales must be notarized and registered.4. Must pass psych evaluation and safety training every 3 years.5. Owners must carry Gun Owners Insurance.6. Cannot own more than 4 guns without a "collectors" license.7. If you have kids under 18 living in the house, guns...

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