barber2, I was trying to post to your post, the song “Mad World” from Tears for Fears. When I hit Paste this came up, “His mother was a pimple.” I have NO idea where that came from, but it cracked me up. Just wanted to share!
 October 8, 2015 at 10:01am
He lives in California. That’s all you need to know.
He is a reprobate liar.
His family's problems prove it.
He is just like people who call themselves conservatives, like S.E. Cupp, who are wolves who would take our liberties at first chance.
He has placed a criminal protection zone around him, an invitation to his demise.
What a weenie.
notice... Columbia University... the infection started there.
Seems to have a defect in the family tree.
Look like crazy runs in the family .
If he really want to do society a favor , he should disarm his "other gun" as well .
No procreating for you…!!
That's it, I am going to cut in half all of my forks and spoons. I cannot be part and party to the National Obesity problem.
By disarming himself, all he did was create another victim, and someone who is now dependent on someone else to protect him and his property. Typical liberal response, "Give up a right, in order to get security and protection." Ben Franklin was correct, California, you are getting closer to the drain, the circling is getting faster.
He is a flaming liberal. All you need to do is look at his facebook!
Considering the family history, he may have made the right personal choice, for all the wrong reasons. There are a loot ways to kill yourself. I suspect many of out single-car highway deaths may actually be suicides since I know of one friend who did exactly that. (Drove into a bridge pillar at highway speed.) No one would have known had he not left a note. Bottom line, there will always be ways to kill people and to take your own life. Blaming a gun is about the same as blaming a hammer or any other tool.
It's too bad he didn't use the gun on himself before he cut up his gun...
Oh and he forgot to say that his ‘White Privilege’ is partially responsible too. Stupid is as Stupid does (or thinks).
Tieing a shotgun accross the handlebars of your bike somehow does not seem responsible.
Sad waste of a Ruger P series. You won't see me doing that with my P95. Wish Ruger still made that model.
His logic is twisted. He knows bad people can do bad things with firearms, but chooses to disarm himself and leave his family at the whims of bad people.
He has been manipulated enough to blame himself…..he IS a useful idiot.
What a dolt.....
Perhaps this brilliant former "gun owner" should read some of the histories of survivors of the Polish Ghettos.
Let me help you, young man: I think that you’re right to destroy your own gun. But the violence , murder and suicide in your family wasn’t created by the guns. It was the mental illness and violent behavior in your family. The guns didn’t make them crazy or evil. The guns didn’t kill them. They did that themselves. By the way, a lot of people die in car wrecks every year. Are you going to saw your car in half? Impaired driving kills people every day. Are you swearing off alcohol? texting while driving kills people every day. Are you cutting your cell phone in half?
Sounds like a typical nut job liberal.his whole family was nuts....why not seek medical help instead of taking it out on the poor firearm that did nothing nobody. I have an idea, ban all liberals from owning guns or even talking about guns. The problem would solve itself. 90% of the gun violence would disappear overnight
Yup! Land of fruit and nuts!
Another Anti-Gun nut making it appear that he's a rational gun owner "fessing up" that guns are bad...Bloomberg smoke and mirrors.
I'm glad he cut up his gun. If you've got that many people attempting suicide in your family, you probably are genetically predisposed to mental illness. So it's clear that he's insane just from genetic history. But he also lives in California, which is more like conditional psychosis.
Either way, he's insane. And he probably shouldn't have a gun.
What an idiot.
You know what the world's smallest harp looks like?
If I was on Facebook, I’d go out, buy a cheap toaster at a garage sale, cut it in pieces, and then post it as a reply to this guy’s post, saying:
“More people accidentally kill themselves with toaster ovens (over 700 a year) than they do with handguns. They destroy THOUSANDS of homes each year by causing fires. I feel responsible for all this death and carnage and destruction, so I’m cutting up my toaster oven and posting a picture of the pieces on the internet so people will stroke my ego and call me a good person!”
Awesome. One less gun means the supply just got one less lower. I hope more retards like him do this.
I truly hope this #OneLessGun thing takes off. Every time one of these dumb ass's destroys a gun the value of my own investment goes up. I'm cool with that.
As an investor in several gun manufacturers I'm certain that most rational people will ultimately use logic to determine that the recent problem with parents raising psychopaths isn't a reason to disarm themselves but rather a reason to arm themselves; and to make sure their children are armed as they grow into adulthood. Demand will keep going up, and these people will help make sure there's a supply stop mechanism to further bolster the value of existing and operational guns.
The stock holders of Ruger are not saddened by this guy trashing his gun, to them it's just one less gun - that they already profited off of - that now they don't have to compete with on gun resales. The downside here though is this: Trashing the supply of guns like this man is suggesting is going to hurt the poor among us, the people that likely live in places where the protection of a gun is most needed, from being able to afford a gun for self defense.
As a side note, Columbia University must not have a very good Economics 101 class.
Yeah why am I having a problem believing this story?
I also live in California and have owned guns for over fifty years. No one has ever been hurt by one of mine. Cutting up a gun is plain stupid, go find some mental midget and take care of them. Everybody wants to knock Californians, most of the people here in CA are from outside of the state. I doubt if there are many native Californians still left in the state.
October 7, 2015 at 11:20am
MrSunshine: “His mother was a pimple.” On the buttocks of society.
October 7, 2015 at 11:08am
I believe “A Momentary Lapse Of Reason” is as well. David Gilmour is the cat’s PJ’s. Roger Waters is the cat box.
 October 7, 2015 at 10:00am
But yet you’re here.
 October 7, 2015 at 9:59am
Then aren’t you rfycom, also a part of the problem by being here on this site?
October 6, 2015 at 10:38am
Not to mention the DOT.
October 6, 2015 at 10:37am
“Hey, have you met my friend Benny?”
 October 6, 2015 at 10:14am
Don’t be so sure raypope. Roseburg isn’t Portland.
[-1] October 5, 2015 at 10:55am
Give me the URL and I’ll believe it.
October 5, 2015 at 10:53am
 October 5, 2015 at 10:46am
And my breakfast!
October 5, 2015 at 10:37am
I’ve purchased firearms off the internet. This is what I had to do; 1) find a Federal Firearms Licensee (that means a firearms dealer that is licensed under the Federal government to sell firearms. 2) have the firearm which I purchased on the internet, shipped to the FFL. 3) once the FFL receives said firearm, I pay them a visit. They (the FFL) does the proper Federally mandated paperwork (i,e..a background check and a questionnaire regarding whether I’m a bad guy or not that I have to sign in front of the FFL holder. I also have to provide a valid I.D.). 4) I pay a nominal fee to the FFL and then I am free to leave with my purchase. This applies in Kansas and in Oregon (the only two States I’ve purchased firearms through the internet). So, what further laws do we need to purchase a firearm via the internet?
One that wipes out all of that crap and allows you to buy from anywhere on the planet and have it shipped directly to your home.
You forgot something.
Number 5 and 6. And maybe even more.
5) You are officially on a watch list. Irrelevant if approved for purchase or not.
6) You accidentally get on the no fly list.
7) The Liberals accidentally get your name, address and other information due to a security hack. Or some Gv Liberal leaked. Because you said or did something they didn't like or agree with.
8) The have a old or new illness. That months or years later the Gv decides makes you a risk. Or a potential risk due to some association. Say like buy cookies from the Boy Scouts. And the Gv shows up and takes all your defense and hunting guns. Or your antique investment worth money for the future. And the bureaucracy bankrupts you. And you never get the weapons back. And you lose your job. And end up on other list. Simply based on allegations.
Just food for thoughts.
This doesn't count domestic issues and other such things.
People need to push to have all the politicians and all gov and anyone having special security to be required to meet all the same requirements (even if others are providing the security). And have mental test before having access to WMD. Not only that. we need to make and have them personally responsible for all liability of their actions. And that of their security teams. Just like they are doing to the citizen.
 October 5, 2015 at 10:07am
It seems she’s becoming more and more unhinged as more reporters question her “holiness”. He,he,he I think it’s funny.
When and until he marches in the streets or goes before congress to address the ILLEGAL GUN violence in places like Chicago and Detroit, then I might listen to him. Maybe. He’s just another pos looking to to make bank on dead people.
 October 2, 2015 at 12:39pm
That doesn’t make it right.
October 2, 2015 at 12:33pm
Why would fresh meat be stored in a “pond”? Wouldn’t it rot faster? I guess if the said “pond” was just a tick above freezing, then it might work. But still, they didn’t have Seal-A-Meal back them. Why put it in water?
My "guess" it was to protect the remains (and the hunters) from other predators. Submerging in water helped suppress the scent of a kill that attracts other predators and scavengers which could rapidly consume the carcass and/or pose a serious danger to hunters trying to return to it. But that is only a guess.
Water was their zip-lock bag. Even if there were carnivorous fish in the little pond, they couldn't eat enough of the meat in the short time the ancient hunters planned to be back to collect it. And the water would wash away the blood and rarefy it to the point that area megafauna predators wouldn't be attracted to the site and figure out there's a mammoth haunch sealed beneath the waters several feet from shore.
 October 2, 2015 at 12:08pm
Geez East, if I wasn’t already married I would propose. :)