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British retailer bans sells of knives in its stores.

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by harrygunner, May 1, 2019.

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  1. harrygunner

    harrygunner Member

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    Poundland will stop selling kitchen knives across its 850 stores. According to the writer, this move is well received.

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6069878/poundland-stop-selling-knives-london-stabbings/

    Same language, still avoiding the real source of violence.

    I have no words. My greatest fear is that the UK will start "fixing" the true source of violence.
     
  2. cslinger

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    Will the government cut my food for me??? ;)
     
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    screw drivers are next, this is why we kick them out.
     
  4. troy fairweather

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    no now they will have to buy $$$ pre cut government food.
     
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    troy fairweather

    But if all of the knives are gone how will the "government" cut up the food?
     
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    <sigh> Before long the cricket bats will be illegal there. :(

    What are they going to do about all of the rocks on the islands?
     
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  7. Odd Job

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    It is a publicity stunt that will have no effect on the number of stabbings happening in London.
    It's not worth discussing, we are on the same page, I reckon.
     
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