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Old 02-01-2005, 07:02 PM   #11
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I bet that " (B) Accidental deaths caused by Physicians" is a pretty broad definition.

It'* not the accidental gun deaths that I have a problem with. That'* the fault of the owners.

Now i don't think guns need to be all over in society. Conceal and carry laws do have a place, but i don't want some old lady carrying around a Desert Eagle thinking she'll be a hero, and blow my head off because she has no training.

Last year we got our own C &C law. All businesses in MN have signs saying we ban guns in these premises, all sporting events, etc. Nearly every county in the Twin Cities Metro has passed laws banning them in government buildings, so I ask what'* the point? So i can walk down the street with a concealed gun? I mean i can't think of where you could carry a gun.

I could go either ways on this subject, i think here locally we need more rules on who can carry it, and why they're carrying, and certification. Then it wouldn't be the useless law it is right now.
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You would probably be better off just leaving the gun in the car, and then get a sticker that says "keep honking, I'm reloading" lol. The car and the streets are about the only place you can carry a gun though now with the C & C law.
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that is funny, i likes it!
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People here rely too much on doctors. Whenever there is something wrong, they go straight to the doctor.
Be glad we don't have public health care like europe! While i'm ranting, my mom developed leukemia and we've spent more on health insurance premiums than her disease ever cost!
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