A different point of view around gun control

With each mass shooting in the US, social media has a tendency to discuss the ongoing gun debate. This spread around social media after 49 people were killed and 58 injured at Orlando Nightclub just last year: How about we treat every young man who wants to buy a gun like every woman who wants to get an abortion – mandatory 48-hr waiting period, parental permission, a note from his doctor proving he understands what hes about to do, a video he has to watch about the effects of gun violence, and an ultrasound wand up the ass (just because). Lets close down all but one gun shop in every state and make him travel hundreds of miles, take time off work, and stay overnight in a strange town to get a gun. Make him walk through a gauntlet of people holding photos of loved ones who were shot to death, and people who call him a murderer and beg him not to buy a gun. It makes more sense to do this with young men and guns than with women and health care, right? I mean, no woman getting an abortion has killed a room full of people in seconds, right?

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Toilet Humour: Why you shouldn’t pity the woman who threw poo out the window on date

Watch “Black Genocide in Australia – EXPOSED” on YouTube

“You can cut down the flower, but you can’t stop the coming of the spring.”


Source: “You can cut down the flower, but you can’t stop the coming of the spring.”

as originally included in a post many years ago about Syria and directed specifically at  President Bashir al-Assad…in the days when hope was high for that poor, blighted country (Peaceful protests had just started in Syria at the onset of the Arab Spring, before being ruthlessly crushed by Assad’s military.

from http://www.peacepursuit.wordpress.com

and http://www.journalistandwriter.wordpress.com

“Sharing, supporting, informing,  enlightening, “entertaining”(??), encouraging, empowering, enriching, igniting, uplifting (and perhaps even) inspiring”

enough there for now, c!

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Love My Way

Rock concert or religious gathering? Kim Knight makes the pilgrimage to Henderson to experience Sistas – an evangelical Christian women’s conference with an audience of 6000.



‘dia theos haris’ ( Greek for by God’s grace)

CRoss (John)

Shared by ‘just another mere male’, who wasn’t amongst the 6000 ‘sistas’