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- To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
- Subject: Re: SHOOTINGS
- From: "Robert Kazanjy" <rkazanjy(--nospam--at)gmail.com>
- Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2007 16:27:11 -0700
Perhaps you are missing the point.......................
"The point is, concealed weapons for everyone for personal protection at all times, is not a good solution because it's easily misused or could have very bad unintended consequences"
Many states have liberalized CCW laws and blood hasn't run in the streets.
The fact is......most people don't / won't carry.
Plus in Vermont you can carry legally by just putting it in your pocket....again blood doesn't run in the streets
Having CCW available puts the bad guys at a distinct disadvantage....they don't know who's carrying.
It's the "halo effect"
To the rest of us, it doesn't matter....we have no intention of doing anyone harm.
Like the T-shirt....." I carry a gun four days a week, you guess which four" :)
The bad guys tend to shift from crimes against people to crimes against property, IMO a much better situation since the chance of injury to the good guy
if you're really interested in seeing the data go to
and take a look at assault, rape & murder rates (per capita)
I believe you'll see that crime rates do not correlate well with gun control or lack thereof....perhaps they might even be inversely correlated.
btw if you think about it.........the increased use of car alarms resulted in a rise in carjackings :)
society, crime, gun control are not a zero sum game; there are complex interactions that will yield negative unintended consequences
when the "war on drugs" yields net positive results sign me up for the "war on guns"............
of course, that is, after the repeal of the 2nd amendment.
Can snakes overtake an airplane? I saw that in a movie too.
The point is, concealed weapons for everyone for personal protection at all times, is not a good solution because it's easily misused or could have very bad unintended consequences.--On 4/24/07, Wesley Werner < wwerner(--nospam--at)conewago.com> wrote:I did see that episode as well. Catastrophic depressurization does not occur when a bullet penetrates the cabin of an airplane. Except in the movies…
DTIs what happened to Payne Stewart's plane considered catastrophic depressurization? If it is, I wonder what it does take for there to be a catastrophic depressurization. If a bullet hole isn't large enough to cause it to happen, a fairly large component must have failed on his plane. Does anyone know what they finally determined caused Payne Stewart's plane to depressurize? .
Wesley C. Werner
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