Hemb81 karma2018-11-29 23:10:59 UTC
This raises a similar, simple question: Why should we trust you? The internet is full of lies, they are everywhere. Why should we believe you are actually giving honest and fair reviews?
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Hemb43 karma2021-04-05 15:44:24 UTC
Probably depends on what they are doing with the gun. Just having a gun isn't anything. But aiming a gun at someone is illegal. It wouldn't be a stretch to say that pointing a gun at someone would count as a hostile act.
Hemb37 karma2019-03-19 18:55:22 UTC
Lol are you serious? Rich, multinational corporations have tons of power over sovereign states. Been that way since the earliest corporations, like the East Indie companies. Those guys had their own army and literally conquered land. Now they tend to use huge sums of money instead of guns, but they still hold tons of power.
Hemb27 karma2019-03-19 18:57:15 UTC
Maybe this app slows progress, because it normalizes the idea? Why are you so confident it will be a benefit in the long term?
Hemb20 karma2021-04-05 17:40:05 UTC
I'm pretty sure nobody has a problem with taking down an active shooter. I think you are strawmanning.
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