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Yes. That too would be a fairly violent thing to witness, especially at a "sporting event".
Are you trying to suggest that suicide by gunshot is not violent or somehow doesn't involve a gun, therefore cannot be considered "gun violence"?
actually gay marriage would fall under the category of more federal government intervention. See the 14th amendment. And yeah, conservatives are guilty for being concerned for innocent lives being killed by methods not employing the use of scary guns. Snap their spines = good. Blow out brians = bad
It was a simple yes/no question. Do you refer to somebody who snaps their neck of their own volition to be an act of violence?
NRA sponsors NASCAR. Obama sponsors new taxes.
I'll take door #1.
This post was edited by LoneWolfSparty 12 months ago
I provided you with a yes/no answer in my previous response. I'm not sure why you have rephrased the question to include "neck snapping" now.
You should've gone with pill-popping as an example of non-violent suicide, but my original post had to do specifically with gun violence, and suicide by gun both involves a gun and is violent.
Please make your point now.
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How the hell do you think somebody dies when they hang themselves????
My point is that this isn't a gun control issue that you've made it into. If you feel better about the fact somebody killed themselves by a different means that's pretty silly in itself, but to use that as an example as to why people shouldn't own guns is even more ridiculous.
Guy took his own life, didn't matter if he had a gun or not he was obviously very sick. Instead of addressing that issue you focus only on the manner in which he killed himself
This post was edited by fallenangle 12 months ago
By blocking the blood flow or oxygen to their brain? Not like it's a perfect noose all the time.
Point still made. He acknowledged it's a violent death. Yet nobody keeps statistics on death by rope that I'm aware of
No one hung themselves at the race and last I checked the race wasn't sponsored by a rope company.
It's a tragedy for the man's family. Just ironic it happened at a race sponsored by the NRA.
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