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By William Dykeman open carry should be banned except in extreme situations
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By Kirby Liberty Harris So we should ONLY have concealed carry? Of the two, I rather know who is carrying.
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By William Dykeman and then only in rare situations guns make normal people nervous, in the country i grew up in people become upset if you even discuss guns its like discussing porn in public, carrying a gun is like walkng around with your penukle out its obascene, it shows how disgusting american culture is
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By Kirby Liberty Harris You are from the US. And I can't help it if guns make people nervous. Deal.
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By William Dykeman you can keep them a t home or be arrested dirk
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Nope, I open carry and conceal carry, whenever I go out, and legally too.
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By William Dykeman you are about 10 times more likely to kill someone illegally than someone who does not carry around a gun, you sir are a menace
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By Kirby Liberty Harris That is false and the statistics show otherwise.
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By Robert Hopkins No I am not more likely to kill someone illegally because I carry a gun.
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By William Dykeman yes you are statistical fact, and watch at some time you will kill your family in a fit of rage and then makes some excuse
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By Robert Hopkins Really that is the dumbest thing I have ever heard. Funny I have about 50 firearms and none of them have ever killed anyone.
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By William Dykeman thats anecdotal, do you understand why that is absolutely meaningless? and you have the nerve to call me an idiot? that gave me a good laugh

Anecdotal evidence is evidence from anecdotes: evidence collected in a casual or informal manner and relying heavily or entirely on personal testimony.

The term is sometimes used in a legal context to describe certain kinds of testimony which are uncorroborated by objective, independent evidence such as notarized documentation, photographs, audio-visual recordings, etc.

When used in advertising or promotion of a product, service, or idea, anecdotal reports are often called a testimonial, which are highly regulated[1] or banned in some[which?] jurisdictions.

When compared to other types of evidence, anecdotal evidence is generally regarded as limited in value due to a number of potential weaknesses, but may be considered within the scope of scientific method as some anecdotal evidence can be both empirical and verifiable, e.g. in the use of case studies in medicine. Other anecdotal evidence, however, does not qualify as scientific evidence, because its nature prevents it from being investigated by the scientific method. Where only one or a few anecdotes are presented, there is a larger chance that they may be unreliable due to cherry-picked or otherwise non-representative samples of typical cases.[2][3] Similarly, psychologists have found that due to cognitive bias people are more likely to remember notable or unusual examples rather than typical examples.[4] Thus, even when accurate, anecdotal evidence is not necessarily representative of a typical experience. Accurate determination of whether an anecdote is typical requires statistical evidence.[5] Misuse of anecdotal evidence is an informal fallacy and is sometimes referred to as the "person who" fallacy ("I know a person who..."; "I know of a case where..." etc.) which places undue weight on experiences of close peers which may not be typical.

In all forms of anecdotal evidence its reliability by objective independent assessment may be in doubt. This is a consequence of the informal way the information is gathered, documented, presented, or any combination of the three. The term is often used to describe evidence for which there is an absence of documentation, leaving verification dependent on the credibility of the party presenting the evidence. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anecdotal_evidence
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By Robert Hopkins You could definitely try to come and take them
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By Robert Hopkins You can carry open, I will stick with concealed. Open carry people are the first targets.
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By William Dykeman both should be banned even in switzerland you better have a darn good reason or it is illegal to carry a gun about with you, and no need to
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By Robert Hopkins Well thankfully I don't live in Switzerland
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By William Dykeman thankfully for the swiss they try to keep out the riff raff,and i can smell the stale beer and incest on your trailer trash breath
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By Robert Hopkins You are one to talk
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By Robert Hopkins You show your complete ignorance when you start the name calling
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By William Dykeman blah bah blah
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By William Dykeman you invite abuse it would impolite not to accept your kind offer
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By Robert Hopkins You invite a swift kick in the rear
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By Robert Hopkins I thought when I read your replies about transgenderism, this guy is making some sense. Then you get on this thread and prove that you just can't fix stupid.
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By William Dykeman i'm eclectic no one tells me what to think
and buddy you arent fit to pick the corm from my poo
i've cr#pped tuirdz with a higher iq that you
smelly white trash
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By Robert Hopkins No one tells me what to think either. And I think you are an idiot who is full of the stuff the come out of the north end of a southbound bull
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By Robert Hopkins Keep sitting in your basement being the internet warrior cause it is all that you are good at and you know you could never be a warrior in the real world
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By William Dykeman i live at the family estate i have my own floor
but other than that you got me right
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By Kirby Liberty Harris I love open carrying my AR 15 and my nine mm Glocks.
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By William Dykeman see you are the problem and people have had enough of this juvinile gun play time you grew up if you need a gun to feel a man you are not you are a boy
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By Kirby Liberty Harris I don't need a gun to make me feel like a man. My wife does not need a gun to make her feel like a woman, but we want to be protected when Awholes like the El Paso shooter show up.
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By William Dykeman obviously you you dont have any kids do you? shooting blanks it sounds like
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Yes we have kids and they like firing our guns and can't wait until we get them their own guns. They are 12 and 16. Our oldest daughter is 22.
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By William Dykeman well thank god you havent shot them, their chances of being kiled are five times higher than a person brought up in home with no guns, did you know that you arent protecting them you endager their very lives with those guns
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Wrong, statistics do not show a person is more likely to be shot when a gun is in the home. And in my case that will not happen. We all know what guns are and take them seriously. Gun safety is of upmost importance.
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By William Dykeman you are part of the problem people like you are respsible for these shootings as if you pull the trigger you put the guns in the hands of these lunatics
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By Kirby Liberty Harris LOLOLOLOL. Nonsense. I am not responsible for mentally ill people shooting others.
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By Kirby Liberty Harris I am part of the solution!!
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By William Dykeman yes you are you gave them the gun
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By William Dykeman on the contrary sadly you are the problem
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By Kirby Liberty Harris NO, I gave no one a gun, ever. I am definitely not part of the problem. Good guy with a gun.
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By William Dykeman yes you did kirby you literally put that gun in a mad mans hands
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By Kirby Liberty Harris OK, in your fantasy land, I don't think literally means what you think or want it to. I have LITERALLY NEVER given anyone a gun.
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By William Dykeman people like you advocate policies that make it obscenely easy for felons and crazies to get guns.. the blood is on your hands.. cant you see it?
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By William Dykeman yes you did you made it possible so you did, and i think i see a bit of guilt in those dim eyes of yours
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Nope, you know how many gun laws there are? And once a felon's time is served their rights should be back. If they are too dangerous to get their rights back, then don't let them out..
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Only few crazies get guns, through not being diagnosed. Ans they are an insignificant amount compared to the sane people who have guns. And the gun deaths are nil in death rates.