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First you write in Question #3:
"..I mean, has anybody ever had a violent attacker enter their home..."
Then you write in the comments:
"So basically everybody is in agreement that if the hamburgler shows up you're allowed to pop him a couple times in the chest? That seems fine with everybody?"
A person breaking into your home and brandishing a weapon vs a guy dressed up in a costume stealing burgers off your grill are two very different situations.
If you were thinking about the latter situation when writing the question, next time don't use the word "violent attacker" and maybe bring up Yoshihiro Hattori instead:
Seriously? Can we start getting paid to do your research? It took me longer to type this actual post that to answer question #3 with actual news articles:
Sorry, the ignorance of question #3 is really, really bad and is the perfect example of why the pro-gun lobby goes on tirades against that "evil liberal mainstream media".
Is that someone breaking into your home to steal your TV also armed? Are they going to to possibly kill you or do something to one of your family members? Is there more than one of them? If you call the cops and they drop everything to help you...are you far enough out of town that it still takes them 20 minutes to show up? Are you implying that people shouldn't really worry about these sorts of things?
Asking broad snarky questions like #3 is why it is so damn difficult to get sensible gun control in this country, even something as simple as universal background checks.
To answer your question, yes, I've know of two people who had to unfortunately shoot someone who was breaking into their home. Were they all feeling Johnny Hero on the Spot about it? No, they felt terrible.
Meanwhile first-hand clothes made in sweatshops by child labor get to take the FastPass lane into the home.
@rb: I know Built to Spill were doing "Freebird" around 2001...screaming guitar solo and all:
SeaTac airport is also one of the worst places on the planet to try and charge anything:
The title on this headline is misleading. Google isn't going to make youtube as a whole a subscription service, just certain channels of premium content.
I think they are already smart enough to know that nobody will pay to watch shaky videos of cats or skatepark fights filmed on a cellphone.
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