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In England, where a doctor's group has recommended banning kitchen knives because they are used in half the nation's stabbing murders, the government is expected to announce that it will move forward with a ban on toy guns one year after saying that it would be impractical to do so because of the difficulty defining what is a replica gun and what is an obvious unrealistic toy or squirt gun.
 

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Jooly good, old Airstrip One moves ahead with Big Brothers' philosophy, except one thing - Big Brother allowed toy guns.
 

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In England, where a doctor's group has recommended banning kitchen knives because they are used in half the nation's stabbing murders
I think that's a GREAT idea. Then they can ban what ever is next (cricket bats?) and keep going till there is nothing left but spoons (maybe). And when they are all sitting there freezing (Fire could be a weapon!), and starving.......... MAYBE someone in this country will realize just how stupid all this banning stuff gets!

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maybe they should ban criminals....oh , yea , they are illegal. Too bad they don't learn from their mistakes.
 

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Australia instituted sword and machete control and is considering knife control. Scotland has been talking about knife control. Now, Australia is discussing the problem of sticks and clubs. Eventually, they will get to rocks.
 

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Eventually, they will get to rocks.
They have yet to decide tho what constitutes an ''assault rock'' - I am thinking it may be something above one pound in weight but, who knows!

I believe the housing industry will suffer too before long as house-bricks may be outlawed.

There is a risk to industry too probably, as steel toed boots may come under scrutiny - seems just too many ''good kickin's'' goin on.

One thing is gonna be a real bummer tho - the transition to all plastic silverwear - can't help thinking of all the knives and forks that'll be buried!
 

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What a sad and funny image, all the Brits and Australians sitting around eating with all plastic silverware, dishes, cups, (glass can be a weapon!!). Like an entire nation of mental patients.

How long till their governments take their shoelaces?
 

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They have yet to decide tho what constitutes an ''assault rock'' - I am thinking it may be something above one pound in weight but, who knows!

I believe the housing industry will suffer too before long as house-bricks may be outlawed.

There is a risk to industry too probably, as steel toed boots may come under scrutiny - seems just too many ''good kickin's'' goin on.

One thing is gonna be a real bummer tho - the transition to all plastic silverwear - can't help thinking of all the knives and forks that'll be buried!
Yeah...assault rock...one of those "high cap" models with all the cemented "conglomerates"....let's loose with multiple pebbles when thrown. :tongue:
 

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Nah - we ain't talkin' mag' capacity here - we are talkin backpack capacity!!

Oh I don't know - maybe large patch pockets should be outlawed also! :tongue:
 

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P95Carry,

But I live in the Peoples' Republik of Madison.

Geology classes are now 'slate speech.' So is "rock" and roll.

Is a 'stone pony' an assault vehicle?

Are 'pebbles' to be considered 'igneous mouse weapons'?

Is "skipping a stone" reckless use of a weapon? Is it "basalt and battery"?

I don't know if these are valid opinions, but I do know I keep an old lodestone with a 23 quartz movement that belonged to my Grandfather for sendimentary reasons.
 

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