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How many have to die?

October 29, 2002 @ 08:10 pm ๐Ÿ”— Post Link

politics, U.S.A., movies, ringu, windtalkers



Just curious how many people have to die in the U.S.A from guns before there is serious legislation restricting gun accessibility. Do lobby groups like the NRA and being able to hold onto OUTDATED constitutional amendments come before lives? What shocks me the most about the States, is the vast number of brutal multiple murders that are occurring and how UNimportant anti-gun legislation seems to be.

Do Americans love their guns so much that they will allow the 6 Oโ€™clock news bloodbaths to continue? Disturbing indeed.

Update: Nothing to update. Over a decade laterโ€ฆ numerous massacres and the NRA and guns are just as powerful as every. Quite a head scratcher. (Dec. 2013) 'Active shooter' and 'mass causality event' seems to be a normalized part of the American lexicon. (2024)


Wow! Not very often I get the chills from a movie but TV horror series Ringu (The Ring) certainly did. A creepy Japanese film with subtitles might be the perfect film to watch during Halloween week. Or not. Not for kids! โญโญโญโญโ…“

update: link is dead. added image. (Dec. 2013)


Had a great dinner with my parentsโ€ฆ which I donโ€™t get to do very often. Rented Windtalkers. It was good. Not great. The idea for the movie was interesting. The Navajo code being used during WWII. The movie (IMHO) would have been more interesting if it focused on the history and not the fighting and warfare (which is in most war filmsโ€ฆ) โญโญโญโ…“

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