Re: Re : soccer violence as a model for post-scarcity gesellschaft

From: J. Goard (
Date: Tue Jun 20 2000 - 12:05:40 MDT

At 05:51 PM 6/20/00 +0200, Joao Pedro de Magalhaes wrote:

>I don't feel like discussing guns issues; nothing I can say will change
your mind and it's unlikely you will change mine; so it's a useless
argument. I think, in general, the US' position towards guns leads to a
decrease in security and quality of life; you disagree and think it's the
guns that keep you safe. The end.

You guys are seriously deluded if you think that the citizens of the States
have a generally pro-gun attitude. Last I checked, more and more gun
rights were being lost each year. Last I checked, Rosie O'Donnell's career
actually improved as a result of her ignorant and hypocritical anti-gun

If you're saying that you're a supporter of the people who are actively
trying to prevent me from owning guns, which I feel will be necessary to
defend myself from either criminals or a tyrannical government, and if
nothing I say will change your mind, then it's most certainly not "the
end." A potential rape victim may try to change her attacker's mind, but
when that doesn't work she may adopt a new course of action.

J. Goard
The Beyond outside us is indeed swept away, and the
great undertaking of the Enlightenment complete;
but the Beyond *inside* us has become a new heaven
and calls us to renewed heaven-storming.
                                      --Max Stirner

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