I didn't think the tin foil hat crowd used computers - the government uses them to spy on us, after all.
I know a family that actually does that...they go around town sometimes, wife, kids, all have tinfoil wrapped around thier heads and arms. It's major league creepy. 8O
Am I the only one who thinks maybe, just maybe, these things fall into the category of parental responsibility?
The american public as a whole has fallen into a lulled sence of safety in the hands of our local government. To even say the words "parental responsibility" is an oxymoron in the U.S. Parents don't raise childeren, the v-chip controlled television does. And as far as responsibility...f-ing schools can't even teach our kids anymore because of all the stupid lawsuits all over the place. Parents will sue for any stupid thing their kid does, it's rediculous. This country and it's drones can't be left to the "parents"...everything must be regulated.
I started this topic because I saw a news program about a paintball "sniper" in florida. No one is dead, but several have been blinded. One man was hit so hard his eyeball split in two.
I'm a NRA member, I play paintball, and I believe that paintball markers are too powerful and amazingly fast to be considered toys and therefore should be treated as the weapons they are.