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Turnagain Donating Member (54 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-18-07 07:57 PM
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76. Do we have to be fascinated
or can we just "like" or "appreciate" them? If I'm not from the South but "like" guns anyway, am I "addicted" too? Is there something about the word "investment" that you don't understand? Are you aware that a single Colt revolver sold at auction for over $800,000.00? Are you aware that many guns are considered priceless works of art? Do you think that it would be a good idea to deface a priceless piece of art by rendering it inoperable? Well, that's for starters, we can get into more reasons for owning a gun later. How about that when I'm feeling frustrated, I can load a gun and go find something small and furry and defenseless and BLOW IT AWAY. Just tryin' to help ya' out with your anti gun spiel.
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