[ExI] question not being asked in Alec Baldwin shooting
William Flynn Wallace
foozler83 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 24 23:04:34 UTC 2021
Or keep one, but not in the car! Some time ago I was depressed and highly
susceptible to road rage ( a lot of depression is anger). I thought of
keeping my pistol in the car so I could shoot someone's tires out. Yes, I
did get that angry. But I knew that if I had a gun in the car I just might
use it. So I never put it in there. And I think that I have conquered my
road rage. My Jewish friend thought all Anglo-Saxons were nuts and very
I read a story about two local women going at it on the interstate. They
pulled off the road and one woman walked up to the other's car and was shot
in the face and killed by the woman in the car. Prison.
Guns and anger just don't go together. bill w
On Sun, Oct 24, 2021 at 5:57 PM spike jones via extropy-chat <
extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
> *From:* extropy-chat <extropy-chat-bounces at lists.extropy.org> *On Behalf
> Of *Stathis Papaioannou via extropy-chat
> >…If you are going by the evidence that the gun will make a positive
> difference to your health and safety, what would you suggest is the right
> thing to do if the evidence shows that you or a family member are more
> likely to die if you have a gun at home?
> Stathis Papaioannou
> Stathis, if one believes that one is safer without a gun, then don’t have
> one. Otherwise, have one. That is simple enough.
> I can carry that a bit further. If one is sneaking around on one’s bride,
> best to not have one. If either spouse has an explosive temper, best to
> not. If anyone in the family has suicidal tendencies: best to not to. If
> none of those, and if all members of the family have reviewed and
> understand the NRA materials, if the household contains members of the
> militia, then best to have one.
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