Tuesday, January 10, 2012

David Codrea: Indian leopard attack shows anti-human nature of ‘gun control’

“Among the many misdeeds of the British rule in India, history will look upon the Act depriving a whole nation of arms, as the blackest,” Mahatma Gandhi wrote.


Anonymous said...

3 words:

Leopardskin Pillbox Hat!

Anonymous said...

Point well taken.Strange that we here in the Land of the Fee and the Home of the Slave,will be defending ourselves from ravenous beasts in three piece suits riding in armored limousines!.

Whizbanger said...

Back in the day, a family member was getting ready to become a missionary in India. One of the required tools to go with, a rifle to shoot tigers. Problematic if said missionary was a Quaker or Mennonite. But it was done none the less because that was the expectation.

Anonymous said...

Whizbanger: Us "quakers" make the best snipers, once you rile us enough. Like the Amish community, once you rile one of us, you have pissed off all of us.

Ie: I saw an Amish gentleman get mad once. Young tough is asking his daughter questions of a rather intimate nature, older Amish gentleman put his hand on his shoulder, said "son, you really shouldn't talk like that around women and snapped his collarbone like a twig. The calm in his voice and the echo of that bone.

Not where I want to be.