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Do you think that the media will use this as proof that hand guns should be banned. laugh.gif This sounds like the makings of a story for Gonzo! biggrin.gifLocal News | Man accidentally shoots himself in testicles | Seattle Times Newspaper



I'll start writing it tonight... I think it should go something like.... Ah, Dah, what's this... "BANG" ... Oh man, I'm going to need a Amblance.. ah dah, you know that thing they take ya to the doctors in... yea ah Amblance... hurry, I think it's gotta another shot left... I checked .. yep it's ready to ... BANG... oh shucks, now I went and did it again...


Gonzo.... nothin compares to stupid... when stupid is all there is...

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The media will always slant a story to fit their "cause". Do you know how many kids each year get hurt from little league baseball? A lot more than are hurt from guns, Why not ban little league?



Guns don't kill anymore than pencils can misspell words......

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