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rdgrnr's avatar - walt
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Posted: August 31, 2011, 5:51 pm - IP Logged

 I will be the first Canadian to win Powerball Lottery tonight :P just joking... but like some people said earlier I believe also it's not a Political Forum , but a Lottery one so I will stick mostly on Lottery subject. I love you all even if one does not think the same.

Don't worry, he's gone.

Nice to know you're going to stick "mostly" on the lottery subject now after you've unloaded all your seething hatred for America on us.

I guess "mostly" means you still have more documentation to show us about how bad and stupid we are.


                                             
                     
                                         

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                   

"The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

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    Don't worry, he's gone.

    Nice to know you're going to stick "mostly" on the lottery subject now after you've unloaded all your seething hatred for America on us.

    I guess "mostly" means you still have more documentation to show us about how bad and stupid we are.

    I don't hate you. I just don't agree with you, like a lot of Americans don't agree with you. Don't mix up things. I like the US as country too and very like US people also, but USA is a far away a Heaven, a Lost Paradise or clean as Snow White as you think... I just wanted you to make understand that when you said Canada was a country of cowards. PERIOD.  I really don't think you are bad or stupid and I never said that either and will never say it.

      rdgrnr's avatar - walt
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      I don't hate you. I just don't agree with you, like a lot of Americans don't agree with you. Don't mix up things. I like the US as country too and very like US people also, but USA is a far away a Heaven, a Lost Paradise or clean as Snow White as you think... I just wanted you to make understand that when you said Canada was a country of cowards. PERIOD.  I really don't think you are bad or stupid and I never said that either and will never say it.

      Au contraire, mon frere.

      Any country who's men let some old inbred "royal" sitting on a throne in England tell them they can't own or carry guns if they want to is a nation of cowards.

      You know it, I know it, they know it. 

       

      "...USA is a far away a Heaven, a Lost Paradise or clean as Snow White as you think..."

      You write like you're illiterate. You must have gone to a canadian school.

      Listen truckplop, nobody cares what you think about our country, you're a girlyman from canada, remember?

      And we never say anything about the ugly, hairy-legged women in quebec, do we?

      I've seen em. No wonder you're all girlymen up there.

       

      So for now go wax your hockey pucks and think about what you've said to insult all the Americans here.

      And then come back and apologize. 


                                                   
                           
                                               

       

       

       

       

                                                                                                         

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        The lack of intelligence of some of the people here is nothing short of shocking. You, hillbilly moron, cannot engage in an intelligent conversation if your life depended on it. Of course, you will no doubt resort to bombs and guns to win your argument. You are just one many idiots who post on this forum who make it not worth the time I spend here. I allowed myself to descend to your level. But no more. This is my last post here. It's your loss. Continue to wallow in your filth and ignorance. Like a hog, you enjoy filth.

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          I love to be a girlyman. Let me wear my skirt free in the snow:P  I play guitar too. Sorry, but you can actually buy and own guns in Canada. You just need a license. California state, New York and some big cities in the USA have more guns restriction than Canada actually. Probably for you , Massachussetts, New York and California State are not free also...

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            I love to be a girlyman. Let me wear my skirt free in the snow:P  I play guitar too. Sorry, but you can actually buy and own guns in Canada. You just need a license. California state, New York and some big cities in the USA have more guns restriction than Canada actually. Probably for you , Massachussetts, New York and California State are not free also...

            "I love to be a girlyman. Let me wear my skirt free in the snow..."

            You didn't have to tell us, we already knew. BTW, you'd love California.

             

            Now as far as the guns, you're right to a certain extent that some American cities and states have tougher gun laws than Canada. But those are democrat cities and states and democrats are terrified of guns and always try to outlaw them. And they continue doing so now in spite of the Supreme Court telling them to cease and desist. And they've been doing it for years anyway in spite of the 2nd Amendment of our Constitution guaranteeing our rights to own and carry guns.

            But the gun laws in Canada are so laden with red-tape and rules and regs and laws and tests and classes and courses and permits and licenses as to make owning guns almost impossible. And then all the guns that can't be owned anyway, like semi-automatics, makes it almost ridiculous. And the whole thing is set up to make owning guns prohibitive and not worth the hassle or expense.

            I live in a state where we exercise our God-given rights to carry our guns anywhere we dam well please and we can legally shoot anyone not for just threatening our life but for stealing or damaging our property. Pretty cool, huh? The democrats in our state hate that. Big Grin


                                                         
                                 
                                                     

             

             

             

             

                                                                                                               

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              "I love to be a girlyman. Let me wear my skirt free in the snow..."

              You didn't have to tell us, we already knew. BTW, you'd love California.

               

              Now as far as the guns, you're right to a certain extent that some American cities and states have tougher gun laws than Canada. But those are democrat cities and states and democrats are terrified of guns and always try to outlaw them. And they continue doing so now in spite of the Supreme Court telling them to cease and desist. And they've been doing it for years anyway in spite of the 2nd Amendment of our Constitution guaranteeing our rights to own and carry guns.

              But the gun laws in Canada are so laden with red-tape and rules and regs and laws and tests and classes and courses and permits and licenses as to make owning guns almost impossible. And then all the guns that can't be owned anyway, like semi-automatics, makes it almost ridiculous. And the whole thing is set up to make owning guns prohibitive and not worth the hassle or expense.

              I live in a state where we exercise our God-given rights to carry our guns anywhere we dam well please and we can legally shoot anyone not for just threatening our life but for stealing or damaging our property. Pretty cool, huh? The democrats in our state hate that. Big Grin

               Sorry , but the only thing you need in Canada to get firearms is to pass an exam, you may take a course, but it's not an obligation. Once you pass the exam you apply for a license call P.A.L to the Royal Canadian Police, it's take between 2 or 4 weeks then you get a card with a picture good for life that looks like a driving license which allow you to purchase firearms and ammo. Sorry again , but semi-automatic are legal in Canada. The whole thing cost 62$, if cannot afford it , you cannot afford a gun... What it's illegal is full-automatic and too short barrel weapons.

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                 Sorry , but the only thing you need in Canada to get firearms is to pass an exam, you may take a course, but it's not an obligation. Once you pass the exam you apply for a license call P.A.L to the Royal Canadian Police, it's take between 2 or 4 weeks then you get a card with a picture good for life that looks like a driving license which allow you to purchase firearms and ammo. Sorry again , but semi-automatic are legal in Canada. The whole thing cost 62$, if cannot afford it , you cannot afford a gun... What it's illegal is full-automatic and too short barrel weapons.

                I don't know where you got that info but I assume it's off the internet where I got mine so who knows which is right?

                Do you have guns? Did you go through the exam and all? Do you own semi's?


                                                             
                                     
                                                         

                 

                 

                 

                 

                                                                                                                   

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                  I don't know where you got that info but I assume it's off the internet where I got mine so who knows which is right?

                  Do you have guns? Did you go through the exam and all? Do you own semi's?

                   Maybe I am wearing a skirt in the snow, but I am also a truck driver and come from the country side... Yes I get through the exams. Once you pass the exam, it's done forever. ( I was maybe 12 years old)  When you buy a gun in Canada, it has to be register, but the store where your purchase it do the job for you.

                  The way to purchase a firearms to Canada

                  1: Go  to the store with the Card that looks like a driving license

                  2: purchase the nice semi-auto you want on the shelf

                  3: put in the car with a 2$ lock in it and bring it home

                  4: Get your register certificate from the police by mail two weeks later by mail

                  That's the way it is

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                    maybe rdgrnr you think canadians are hunting deers, bears and mooses with knives, stones and single barrel shotguns... Come on... go to google and look the laws on the RCMP firearms center. It seems complicated , but it is not at all.

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                       Maybe I am wearing a skirt in the snow, but I am also a truck driver and come from the country side... Yes I get through the exams. Once you pass the exam, it's done forever. ( I was maybe 12 years old)  When you buy a gun in Canada, it has to be register, but the store where your purchase it do the job for you.

                      The way to purchase a firearms to Canada

                      1: Go  to the store with the Card that looks like a driving license

                      2: purchase the nice semi-auto you want on the shelf

                      3: put in the car with a 2$ lock in it and bring it home

                      4: Get your register certificate from the police by mail two weeks later by mail

                      That's the way it is

                      Ok, you're a Canadian truck driver who wears a skirt in the snow, ok, ok, ok, you don't have to remind me anymore. I'm sure the guys in California and one each in Michigan and Pennsylvania will be contacting you. Make sure your inbox is clear.

                      As for the rest of it you may be out of date. From what I just read, tougher gun control laws were passed not long ago and the guns already owned were grandfathered in. So if you already had a semi you can keep it but you can't buy a new one.

                      And what good is a registered gun anyway? The government can declare a national emergency or martial law and come around and take them away from you. The state of Louisiana did it during the Katrina hurricane disaster just when people needed their guns the most. Armed gangs were going around robbing and raping people and what was the democrat governments response? Take the people's guns away so they couldn't defend themselves, that's what. 

                      And what good is a gun with a trigger lock on it?

                      And what good is a gun if your queen says you can't carry it with you wherever you go?

                      We don't listen to no queens here.

                      We don't need no stinkin' queens, senor.


                                                                   
                                           
                                                               

                       

                       

                       

                       

                                                                                                                         

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                        Yes guns have to be register in Canada like some states in the US & like most of the Western Countries in the world.

                        Yes guns laws are thougher than before same thing in the USA and all around the world since the 90's.

                        In Canada there's 3 classes of firearms.

                        1. Non-restricted . Ex : Shotguns , rifle, semi or non semi-auto

                        2. Restricted. Ex : Handguns etc...

                        3. Prohibited Ex: Machine guns. full-auto etc.

                        You can get still get categorie 1&2 legally with no problem if you did pass the exam.

                        For the Categorie 3 , Prohibited, you cannot get it anymore it's gone forever...it is GRANDFATHER, which means if you asked back then for that categorie before July 1 1999 , you can still purchase full auto, small guns etc if not just to bad for you ..but you can also inherite this categorie from a member of your family, but cannot purchase Prohibited weapons anymore. For instance, you Grandpa own a full-auto you inherited it, but cannot purchase new prohibited weapons.   

                        That's the canadian Law

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                          Yes guns have to be register in Canada like some states in the US & like most of the Western Countries in the world.

                          Yes guns laws are thougher than before same thing in the USA and all around the world since the 90's.

                          In Canada there's 3 classes of firearms.

                          1. Non-restricted . Ex : Shotguns , rifle, semi or non semi-auto

                          2. Restricted. Ex : Handguns etc...

                          3. Prohibited Ex: Machine guns. full-auto etc.

                          You can get still get categorie 1&2 legally with no problem if you did pass the exam.

                          For the Categorie 3 , Prohibited, you cannot get it anymore it's gone forever...it is GRANDFATHER, which means if you asked back then for that categorie before July 1 1999 , you can still purchase full auto, small guns etc if not just to bad for you ..but you can also inherite this categorie from a member of your family, but cannot purchase Prohibited weapons anymore. For instance, you Grandpa own a full-auto you inherited it, but cannot purchase new prohibited weapons.   

                          That's the canadian Law

                          Yeah, too many laws and restrictions, just like democrat areas down here. Blank pistols are restricted weapons. Flare guns are restricted weapons. You can't carry a gun. Trigger locks which make a gun useless in an emergency. This kinda gun prohibited, that kinda gun prohibited. It's liberal government gone wild. They've done everything but outlaw them and that will be next, just like Australia. You seem to be ok with it though.

                          Personally, I don't like government sticking their nose in where it doesn't belong.

                          But to each his own I guess.

                          Over and out.


                                                                       
                                               
                                                                   

                           

                           

                           

                           

                                                                                                                             

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                            1. The world will be far better off without your "charity". How charitable have you been towards Cuba? And yet you kiss China's ass. This exposes your double standard and your penchant for being a bully. And we know what happens to bullies in the fullnes of time.

                            2. America is BANKRUPT - in every sense of the word. Solve your own problems and perfect yourself before you even begin to think about being "charitable".

                            I meant our private citizens are the most charitable on Earth.

                             

                            I agree that the US should stop it's foreign aid, it's more destructive than productive.