Anybody give their kid a gun name?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by JustinJ, Jul 12, 2013.

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  1. Buck Kramer

    Buck Kramer Member

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    My fiance has been kicking around baby names and shes set on Tula :) All of my Tulas agree...
     
  2. orionengnr

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    Way too many parents in the last two generations (including many of my contemporaries) want to live vicariously through their children. That and the mis-guided focus on "self-esteem" that has plagued our youth in the last 30 years or so has done more damage to society than anything else.

    The parents' idiocy and delusion manifests itself in a number of ways...odd children's name choices, parental mis-behaviour at kid's sports/social functions, and most importantly...taking the kid's side whenever the kid misbehaves at school or away from home.

    If you think you are doing your progeny a favor...think again. All of the little sociopaths you have bred and are breeding are turning up every day to assault, pillage, plunder and murder without regard for their fellow humans.

    And the semi-functional idiots that are not actual savages are unable to distinguish right from wrong.

    There are millions of adult, voting age Americans who do not know right from wrong--and have never been taught the difference. Blame their parents, blame their teachers.

    Some become university professors, some become Federal judges. A few become Supreme Court Justices.

    Many become jurors--how do we get so many idiotic jury verdicts, whereby the jury gives away large chunks of someone else's money to another idiot?

    Sorry for the rant. Or...maybe not.

    Just think about what you are doing...and why. If you are doing something to satisfy or ratify your own ego, no matter what it is, you are probably doing it for the wrong reason.

    If someone else is the unintended/innocent recipient of that action...multiply the previous sentence by five, or ten.
     
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  3. TimboKhan

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    Ugh. This topic has reached its conclusion. Sorry folks, but it was only vaguely on topic to begin with and it hasn't gotten any better since last night.

    Good night now

    sent from my Galaxy Note II.
     
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