Do guns protect you, or simply cause violence? (Page 185)
Metaverseguy: Ghost guns have become a problem in Los Angeles. Criminals will use 3d-printers to make untraceable guns, or scratch off the serial numbers of current guns. But the 3d-printer method is more secure. Law enforcement isn't really sure what to do but increase penalties.
Metaverseguy, that’s messed up. I don’t think anything can be done in that case except maybe some technical changes to the machine that will detect it.
Sebthe, I don’t give a shit what your old vendetta is with me. I’m here to chat about politics. Stick to that or chicken out.
Noone have time for your drama.
WHlSKY: No, I’ve lettuce to go pick, remember. You have some meth to go warm up? Some overdosing to go do.
sebtheanimal: Sad internet case: yes I do. Don't you have some fake user accounts to create? It might help your trolling once you get yourself to support yourself in forums and nobody knows that you're the same moron.
Then run along and go warm yourself up a batch.
How about we fast forward to the part where you play the victim and rage quit?
I for one am interested in the topic being discussed and not into your mudslinging in each thread you spot me in.
Pick a thread and let out your rage in there, kid.
sebtheanimal: Everybody knows you're the same retard as had always been. It's getting old. Took me a minute to sniff you out, troll.
The only troll I’m seeing here is you.
Noone appears to be interested in your shit stirring.
WHlSKY: You done and ready for me to continue on in the thread or you have more of that pent up rage to spew?
Lemme know. I’ve a point to post on topic.
Okay. So back to the topic.
I checked up on it:
University of California-Los Angeles law professor Eugene Volokh says the fight against 3D-printed gun blueprints may prove futile, no matter the outcome of Wilson’s court battles. Volokh says that the government will have a hard time controlling the spread of information on the internet, especially since 3D-printed gun plans are already online from other sources.
He mentioned my point on having some technical abilities instilled to detect the printing but stated software will easily bypass it.
Metaverseguy: Lol seb+papi, sounds like you were both trolling. You guys weren't even debating anything; just attacking each other ad hominem. Someone recently called me out but I just ignored it clearly they wanted a fight online and were going to be difficult and unfair and offensive.
“Troll: a person who intentionally antagonizes others online by posting inflammatory, irrelevant, or offensive comments or other disruptive content.”
Don’t roll me in with the petty troll. When I commented in this thread, it was on topic towards you. He started his shit. I have no issues with confrontation and holding my line. People like this continue when ignored and back down when addressed. As seen above.
Now if you wish to continue on topic, I am all for it.
ghostgeek: Maybe guns can now be printed but they still need ammunition. Control the supply of primer and propellant and you control the use of such weapons.
ghostgeek: Are Americans going to run out of ammunition in their war against each other? It would be interesting to see the result if it happens.
The U.S. ended 2021 with 693 mass shootings, per the Gun Violence Archive. The year before saw 611. And 2019 had 417.
So far this year it’s at around 212 as of Tuesday (today).
27 school shootings thus far.