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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-09-2019, 07:44 AM Thread Starter
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Guns?...maybe vehicles next?

"So-called ramming attacks have occurred in New York City, Barcelona, London, Stockholm, Nice, Paris, Quebec, Jerusalem and Columbus, Ohio. As my colleague and terrorism expert Brian Michael Jenkins has noted, there were 10 vehicle attacks between 1996 and 2013, but 40 such attacks in 2017 alone."

I pulled this excerpt from https://www.rand.org/blog/2018/04/th...at-can-be.html that shows how vehicles seem to be a growing trend in "mass attacks."

Of course, this leads to the obvious question of will we now have to give up our vehicles? Maybe just the "race car" type of vehicles? High performance vehicles?

I'm just asking the obvious questions that we all know what the answer is. So....no more corvette's!
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"So-called ramming attacks have occurred in New York City, Barcelona, London, Stockholm, Nice, Paris, Quebec, Jerusalem and Columbus, Ohio. As my colleague and terrorism expert Brian Michael Jenkins has noted, there were 10 vehicle attacks between 1996 and 2013, but 40 such attacks in 2017 alone."

I pulled this excerpt from https://www.rand.org/blog/2018/04/th...at-can-be.html that shows how vehicles seem to be a growing trend in "mass attacks."

Of course, this leads to the obvious question of will we now have to give up our vehicles? Maybe just the "race car" type of vehicles? High performance vehicles?

I'm just asking the obvious questions that we all know what the answer is. So....no more corvette's!

It's the only (il)logical next step!


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And perhaps ban all the jet planes as well! Remember the weeks following 9-11? The air suddenly got clear!

BAN THE JETS! Save the planet!
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Hmmm...Maybe that's the next step in Peduto's long-term plan,to outlaw motorized vehicles in Pittsburgh. That would explain his obsession with bike lanes!
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No worries, if Burnie Slanders gets elected his 32 Trillion dollar socialist health care program with fix anybody and everybody that gets run over by a vehicle.
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Of course, this leads to the obvious question of will we now have to give up our vehicles?
It doesn't lead to that question.

As I'm sure you realize.
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It doesn't lead to that question.

As I'm sure you realize.

Sarcasm my friend.....just sarcasm.
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