Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
How ironic that they would speak for diminution of gun owners’ civil rights in the shadow of a monument to those who died fighting for those rights…
That they are, and I doubt they even 'knew' what the memorial was for... Just sayin...
I like the imagine part. They all ate too much lsd back when that was cool to do.
Feelings.Flunked history(if it's taught today), head down, texting BFF, no opsec, guns are icky cause mummy said so, they will protect me.Lemme know how that works when the atm does'nt work.
Feelings should not trump rights, indeed.In the old Soviet Union, at least according to Tom Clancy, there was a way around paralyzing party doctrine. If, say, a KGB agent had to violate Party doctrine to complete a mission, during his debriefing he could declare that the violation was necessary.Not because he wasn't a loyal Party subject, oh my no, but because "objective external conditions" during his mission required him to sidestep an idiotic, illogical bit of communism or fail to complete his mission. Those objective external conditions cropped up more and more in the 1980s, until the whole house of cards fell into a heap. And since the KGB guys were quite advanced at avoiding doctrinal Party compliance, the KGB guys were the best trained to take over Russia after the fall.
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