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Married, old, crotchety, sarcastic, pseudo-intellectual, curmudgeon. All of the above but also loyal, honest, horny, intelligent, young at heart and just all-around average guy. I like to get at least some humor in my writings but have been known to fail quite frequently as in most of my endeavors.

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Jerry
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I read everything and and don't have a favorite book, but always thought toilet paper with stories on it would get the Pulitzer.
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Lee Childs, David Drake, Eric Flint, Rober B. Parker, L.E. Modessitt, Tom Clancy, Mercedes Lackey, David Weber, W.E.B. Griffin, Louis LaMour, Elspeth Cooper and on and on
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classical, early '50s ballads, gives away my age!!
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Topic: Difference between vaginal and anal sex
Posted: 23 Apr 2013 23:03

Ladies, Can you describe the difference between vaginal sex and anal sex? Is there a different feel? Do you prefer one more than the other?

Topic: Just take away the guns, do it now
Posted: 09 Jan 2013 11:53

Let's look at some real statistics.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ooa98FHuaU0

Topic: At least 18 children and 9 others dead in Connecticut school shooting. Does this change your mind ab
Posted: 21 Dec 2012 15:50

Please look at this on Youtube and see if it makes sense to you.

Suzanna Gratia Hupp explains meaning of 2nd Amendment!

Topic: At least 18 children and 9 others dead in Connecticut school shooting. Does this change your mind ab
Posted: 20 Dec 2012 07:13

464 school age children were shot this year in Chicago, the city with the strictest gun laws in the country, few, if any, by so called assault weapons. Don't you think your emphasis is a little misplaced?

Topic: Just take away the guns, do it now
Posted: 17 Dec 2012 15:13

Seems that Byron Lord didn't check his facts all the way.




Four Examples of Facts Eliminated

* "About 99.8% of firearms and more than 99.6% of handguns will not be used to commit violent crimes in any given year."

* Reason for elimination: This statistic neglects key information such as the number of guns in the U.S. Thus, it can create a misleading impression, given that, in 2008, roughly 436,000 violent crimes were committed by offenders visibly armed with a gun.


* States "with higher gun ownership rates and weak gun laws have the highest rates of gun death."

* Reasons for elimination:

1) The phrase "weak gun laws" is subjective and ill-defined.

2) This assertion is missing key information and can be deceptive because it accounts for murders committed with guns but fails to account for lives saved with guns. Hence, it neglects the primary issue, which is the overall rate of violent deaths. This is significant because, as the chart below shows, many states with higher gun ownership rates also have the lowest homicide rates:





* "Right-to-carry" states allow individuals to carry firearms for protection against crime. In these states, the violent crime rate is 24% lower than the rest of the U.S., the murder rate is 28% lower, and the robbery rate is 50% lower.

* Reason for elimination: This data does not account for other factors that impact crime rates, such as cultural differences, arrest rates, illegitimacy rates, poverty, etc.

Note that many gun control studies attempt to control for such factors, but opposing sides inevitably point to other factors that are uncontrolled, and due to data limitations, it is practically impossible to control for all relevant factors. Conversely, some researchers fault studies that do not show significant results until the effects of controls are considered.

In accordance with our mission to provide verifiable facts, Just Facts uses time-series data and lets this data speak for itself instead of subjecting it to statistical analyses. For example, we provide homicide rates in the state of Florida in the years leading up to and after passage of the Florida "right-to-carry" law. Such data does not prove cause and effect, but it does allow us to observe trends and limits the impact of numerous variables because the data is drawn from a large population set with limited demographic changes from year to year. To provide additional context, Just Facts sometimes provides comparative data (such as homicide rates for the nation as a whole over the same time period), but we provide this data in unadulterated form; we do not control for it in our calculations.


* "In homes with guns, the homicide of a household member is almost 3 times more likely to occur than in homes without guns."

* Reasons for elimination: This statistic is based on a three-county study comparing households in which a homicide occurred to demographically similar households in which a homicide did not occur. After controlling for several variables, the study found that gun ownership was associated with a 2.7 times increase in the odds of homicide. This study does not meet Just Facts' Standards of Credibility because:

1) The study blurs cause and effect. As explained in a comprehensive analysis of firearm research conducted by the National Research Council, gun control studies such as this (known as "case-control" studies) "fail to address the primary inferential problems that arise because ownership is not a random decision. ... Homicide victims may possess firearms precisely because they are likely to be victimized."

2) The study's results are highly sensitive to uncertainties in the underlying data. For example, minor variations in firearm ownership rates (which are determined by interview and are thus dependent upon interviewees' honesty) can negate the results.

3) The results are arrived at by subjecting the raw data to statistical analyses instead of letting the data speak for itself. (For reference, the raw data of this study shows that households in which a homicide occurred had a firearm ownership rate of 45% as compared to 36% for non-homicide households. Also, households in which a homicide occurred were twice as likely have a household member who was previously arrested (53% vs. 23%), five times more likely to have a household member who used illicit drugs (31% vs. 6%), and five times more likely to have a household member who was previously hit or hurt during a fight in the home (32% vs. 6%). )

Topic: Just take away the guns, do it now
Posted: 17 Dec 2012 13:48

If you are a person who is moral enough not to commit massacres, then you do not need a law making it harder for you to commit massacres.
The school’s principal on Friday was killed when she lunged to take the killer’s gun from him. He shot her. She and 25 others, 18 of whom were kids, would still be alive today if she had shot him instead of trying to take his gun. Why didn’t she shoot him instead?
The school was a gun-free zone. Why didn’t the shooter obey the school’s no-gun policy? Why didn’t the shooter think, “Oh, we can’t bring guns to this school? Well, crap, there go my shooting-spree plans”?
You know what does not stop bullets from hitting kids? The backs of teachers. You know what does stop a bullets from hitting kids? A gun in the hands of a good person.
The shooter, Adam Lanza, had a mental disability. Current law dictates that he’s not allowed to own any gun, period. So what we saw yesterday was the effect of a 100-percent ban on guns for the shooter. Yet he got guns anyway, through illegal means. The gun ban did not stop him.
This is the reality: Guns will always exist, as will evil. No gun ban will ever stop those who do not obey bans, nor those who are evil.

Topic: Lushies you would love to have sex with.
Posted: 29 Nov 2012 12:53

Some posts have obviously been lost somewhere as I can't find my name anywhere on here.

Topic: Second Amendment
Posted: 27 Nov 2012 09:30

Sorry, wouldn't take the website, buy here's the text.
An increase in reportings by the media of gun-related violence does not mean that there has been an actual increase in incidents. In fact, violent crime in the U.S. (murder, rape, robbery and assault) actually went down four percent in 2011 compared with the previous year. It’s been going down for the past six years, and last year was the lowest it had been since 2006. It’s dropped twelve percent since then. Naturally, since the Left will never concede intellectually on the gun control debate, the one thing they can do is just report more incidents to give the impression that more guns equals more crime.
The other side of the coin is that gun ownership is up. Forbes pointed out that call-ins to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) have steadily increased over the past decade:
”Over the last 10 years (from 2002 to 2011) there has been a 54.1 percent rise in the number of NICS checks and the increase hasn’t all taken place since 2008. In 2005 there were 8,952,945 NICS checks. In 2006 the number topped 10 million. In 2007 NICS checks pushed passed 11 million. In 2008 NICS checks passed 12 million, and then hit the 14 million mark in 2009. They increased slightly (4 percent) through 2011.”
We’ve all seen these familiar statistics that have shown consistently that as gun sales rise, crime rates drop. These are no surprise to us since we understand that an armed society is a polite society. Liberals like to claim that gun sales are only going up because a black man is president, and overzealous white people think he’s going to take away their guns and ammo. Maybe that’s partly true, but gun sales as you recall “shot up” significantly in the aftermath of the Aurora theater murders. So, it’s not all Obama’s fault, although some have called the President “the greatest gun salesman of all time.”
A couple days ago, it was reported that in Virginia, this very “counterintuitive” phenomenon is occurring now:
”The total number of firearms purchased in Virginia increased 73 percent from 2006 to 2011. When state population increases are factored in, gun purchases per 100,000 Virginians rose 63 percent. But the total number of gun-related violent crimes fell 24 percent over that period, and when adjusted for population, gun-related offenses dropped more than 27 percent, from 79 crimes per 100,000 in 2006 to 57 crimes in 2011.”
In spite of the Left’s distortion of statistics related to gun violence (which also include accidents and suicides which inflate the numbers) and their lust to control our access to self-defense tools, we may be winning the debate after all. The left are doing these things and advocating gun control measures in spite of public opinion. They’re forcing it on people they claim to represent.
Gallup released a poll last year that showed a remarkable change of opinion over the last several decades when it came to guns:
”A record-low 26% of Americans favor a legal ban on the possession of handguns in the United States other than by police and other authorized people. When Gallup first asked Americans this question in 1959, 60% favored banning handguns. But since 1975, the majority of Americans have opposed such a measure, with opposition around 70% in recent years.”
This is great news because it means we’re winning the battle that counts, the battle of ideas. The more people are educated about the Second Amendment and the importance of guns, the less crime we’ll witness. It’s such a “no-brainer,” you’d think it’d come naturally to liberals.


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Topic: Second Amendment
Posted: 27 Nov 2012 09:26

Take a look at this, see what you think.

Topic: Second Amendment
Posted: 27 Nov 2012 09:09

Just a small correction, Tazz. In Switzerland, they are not in the military, but are what could be called a militia.

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