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Hope for the future

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Average Guy, Dec 28, 2002.

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  1. Average Guy

    Average Guy Member

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    For my first post, I wanted to share a great and inspiring story. My wife and I went to my friends' house in my hometown to see them and give Christmas presents to their 3 kids (ages 9 to 13). For some reason I decided to "test" the kids about their schooling, so I asked, "Are guns bad?"

    My goddaughter, the oldest, said, "No. People do bad things with them, but they're just tools."

    I was so proud. :D
     
  2. Tady45

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    Well Average,
    It's like anything else in this world. Training and understanding of any tool is the key to proper usage. Good for your Goddaughter, she will be a future member of this fourm perhaps. She may also no how to protect herself in this ever dangerous world.


    Larry
     
  3. 10-Ring

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    Good answer! Wouldn't expect anything less from behind the orange curtain! ;)
     
  4. JMax

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    Smart girl. Proud you should be.

    JMax
     
  5. Blackhawk

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    Smart kid, and good job by her parents, Average Guy!

    Education begins at home. Kids need to be prepared for the dumbing down they'll be exposed to at school.

    I'm proud of her, her parents, and you! :D
     
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