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So I was 4 or 5. I came downstairs to see what Santa had brought. When I saw the Ghostbusters Firehouse playset sitting next to the Christmas tree… I actually fainted from excitement. And that’s my earliest Christmas memory.

So I was 4 or 5. I came downstairs to see what Santa had brought. When I saw the Ghostbusters Firehouse playset sitting next to the Christmas tree… I actually fainted from excitement. And that’s my earliest Christmas memory.

Anonymous asked: How can a person enjoy the idea of an ak-47 (although you're drawing what looks like a modified ak-103) but reblog anti-gun ownership without being seen as hypocritical? Also Anita only demonstrated that she doesn't understand how state law, law enforcement, and the constitution work. It's a common feature among demagogues. Perhaps she should try the Nazi Party (socialists) or the KKK (democrats). They also felt that due process of law just got in the way of their rallies too.

swegener:

Hello Anon. 

It’s an AK-nothing. It’s the sci-fi AK-M from Elysium though I swapped out the wooden stock.

I think it’s perfectly possible to feel that gun laws are a joke yet still have an interest in the symbolic/historic nature of guns. Hell I like guns for the simple fact that they are fun to shoot, and I have owned several firearms at different points in my life. I don’t want to debate the 2nd amendment, but if it actually is every citizen’s right to bear arms I think it is a right that should be earned -through rigorous background checks and repeated mandatory training. And if laws were enacted that prevented me from every owning a firearm again but also prevented a future massacre in a movie theater or elementary school, I would be perfectly okay with that.  

The second part of your comment is so batshit insane/off target that I won’t even bother responding to it.

But it does remind me why I used to have the option for Anons to ask questions turned off. Thanks for that.