My Blog is usually about a virtual world. The world of Second Life. But today I am sharing this well written post by someone who knows a thing or two about why we DON’T need AR-15s in the hands of the general public and why we never ever will need them at hands reach. Anastasia Writes says they are a deadly people killing (what they are designed for) TOY that no one needs to ever ever have their hands on. I am a strong believer in gun regulations and passing new laws to keep our people safe from mass shootings from hostile, hate filled, prejudice toting “Americans.” Maybe I should say “Muricans.” I think Second Life has sims for this sort of RP with huds and virtual weapons right? Is Trump right for doing something about violent games? I think the focus should be on the ability of purchasing weapons of war that are designed to kill people. Walmart is now organising their store for less violent content at eye level but will not stop gun sales.. what? I think twice now about even going there anymore. The anxiety is high. When will we do something productive with gun laws and purchasing ammo? Maybe the ammo should be focussed on… you can’t shoot a people killing machine with no ammo. These are my thoughts and I am sticking to them.
Please read this well written blog by Anastasia Writes!
Edited to add: I can’t thank you all enough for interacting with this post. I am actually surprised that it’s become this popular. This is the first time more than ten people have read anything I’ve written here. I’m probably going to turn off commenting soon because everything that can be said already has been. In general, I’d like to point out that this is an opinion piece. I wrote it on a 15 minute coffee break and posted it unedited. It’s raw, and that’s the whole point. The tone, the language, and the style are intentional. This was written for people like my mostly conservative Army buddies who will never click an article that is titled “Gun control is your friend”, and tend to assume those who support such legislation have never seen a gun before. I’m not a professional writer, nor a particularly prolific blogger until about three…
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