Re: Non-lethal protective technologies?

Chuck Kuecker (
Wed, 02 Jun 1999 21:53:06 -0500

At 09:53 AM 6/2/99 -0400, Mike Lorrey wrote:

>But WHAT is a weapon? One who seeks the proper training can themselves be
>considered a lethal weapon, and how do you disarm such people who
>wind up on that list of Joe's? Do you surgically remove a black belt's
arms and
>feet while he is going through a divorce, and hope you can get them back on
>later? Do you do the same when such a person is prescribed mood altering
>by their doctor, or if they are imprisoned? Just glancing around my office, I
>can spot at least half a dozen innocuous items that I could use to maim or
>someone with. Do we all get prescribed rubber rooms from birth to death?
>are getting absurd in how safe people want their lives to be. Makes me
wonder if
>immortality is worth it.

A straitjacket might work for the Black Belt... :)

We've come full circle - now I am back where I started, with the opinion that the Second Amendment means what it says.

We need to control VIOLENCE, not weapons. If HCI spent 10% of the money they are getting from that Cheryl Wheeler anti-gun song that's playing around, maybe someone could research the real causes and recommend some real actions.

Chuck Kuecker