Who ya gonna call?

by Datechguy | January 19th, 2013

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Who ya gonna call?

Dr Ray Stantz:Gozer the Goz­er­ian… good evening. As a duly des­ig­nated rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the City, County and State of New York, I order you to cease any and all super­nat­ural activ­ity and return forth­with to your place of ori­gin or to the near­est con­ve­nient par­al­lel dimension.

Dr. Peter Venkman: That oughta do it. Thanks very much, Ray.

Ghost­busters 1984

James McCan­dles:Ain’t this a lit­tle showy Pa? I mean that big red box and all the guns out?

Jacob McCan­dles:I hate secrets, never knew one to be kept. They’ve all heard of what’s in that red box, and they all want it. What we’re doing by this osten­ta­tious dis­play is telling them they can’t have it! Hell, we may be sav­ing some poor mis­cre­ant soul’s life by doing this, maybe even our own.

Big Jake 1971

One of the weak­nesses of lib­er­al­ism is the belief in the power of good inten­tions. That if you sim­ply express a belief that it makes you a vir­tu­ous person.

The lefts moves on guns is sim­i­lar. A direct action such as the plac­ing of guards in a school, is infe­rior to a law that doesn’t achieve the desired goal of pro­tect­ing chil­dren. In fact said law is more vir­tu­ous because sup­port­ing such a law counts as a per­sonal action.

There are many ways to illus­trate this mind­set, but I think the best one I ever saw was yes­ter­day at the Post Office to try to pick up blank Tax Forms at the IRS office.

When you get out of the ele­va­tor there is a sign with Warn­ing with big red let­ters and an excla­ma­tion point say­ing any use of a firearm to kill, or kid­nap a per­son on the pre­misses was a fed­eral offense and listed the con­se­quences of such an act accord­ing to fed­eral law.

It took all my con­trol to not break out laughing.

I can see it now. A crazed angry heav­ily armed guy with a grudge with the IRS over­pow­ers the guard at the ground floor by the ele­va­tor, goes inside and gets to the floor where the Social Secu­rity & IRS offices are ready to get his name on the national news broad­cast. Then the ele­va­tor opens he see that big sign with the big red let­ters and the excla­ma­tion point!

Of COURSE he is going to not only instantly think bet­ter of it and go home, he’s going to write a short note of apol­ogy while the ele­va­tor is head­ing down and leave it on the prone body of the guard that he left behind the desk.

Just like in NY every sin­gle drug dealer, bur­glar, mafia mem­ber and poten­tial jihadist as soon as they see the text of the new law lim­ited mag­a­zines to seven shots they are going to instantly unload their clips mak­ing sure they don’t have that 8th bul­let to fire.

Let me ask one sim­ple ques­tion to all those who insist NRA’s armed guard idea is so wrong. What would you want between your child and a mad­man with a gun?

Choice

And before you answer, ask your­self: Which of these two types do the rich and famous employ?

Dr Ray Stantz:Gozer the Gozerian… good evening. As a duly designated representative of the City, County and State of New York, I order you to cease any and all supernatural activity and return forthwith to your place of origin or to the nearest convenient parallel dimension.

Dr. Peter Venkman: That oughta do it. Thanks very much, Ray.

Ghostbusters 1984

James McCandles:Ain’t this a little showy Pa? I mean that big red box and all the guns out?

Jacob McCandles:I hate secrets, never knew one to be kept. They’ve all heard of what’s in that red box, and they all want it. What we’re doing by this ostentatious display is telling them they can’t have it! Hell, we may be saving some poor miscreant soul’s life by doing this, maybe even our own.

Big Jake 1971

One of the weaknesses of liberalism is the belief in the power of good intentions. That if you simply express a belief that it makes you a virtuous person.

The lefts moves on guns is similar. A direct action such as the placing of guards in a school, is inferior to a law that doesn’t achieve the desired goal of protecting children. In fact said law is more virtuous because supporting such a law counts as a personal action.

There are many ways to illustrate this mindset, but I think the best one I ever saw was yesterday at the Post Office to try to pick up blank Tax Forms at the IRS office.

When you get out of the elevator there is a sign with Warning with big red letters and an exclamation point saying any use of a firearm to kill, or kidnap a person on the premisses was a federal offense and listed the consequences of such an act according to federal law.

It took all my control to not break out laughing.

I can see it now. A crazed angry heavily armed guy with a grudge with the IRS overpowers the guard at the ground floor by the elevator, goes inside and gets to the floor where the Social Security & IRS offices are ready to get his name on the national news broadcast. Then the elevator opens he see that big sign with the big red letters and the exclamation point!

Of COURSE he is going to not only instantly think better of it and go home, he’s going to write a short note of apology while the elevator is heading down and leave it on the prone body of the guard that he left behind the desk.

Just like in NY every single drug dealer, burglar, mafia member and potential jihadist as soon as they see the text of the new law limited magazines to seven shots they are going to instantly unload their clips making sure they don’t have that 8th bullet to fire.

Let me ask one simple question to all those who insist NRA’s armed guard idea is so wrong. What would you want between your child and a madman with a gun?

Choice

And before you answer, ask yourself: Which of these two types do the rich and famous employ?

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