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In Topic: Prego prayers.

Today, 08:00 PM

 DakWillAlwaysBe2ndBest, on 24 June 2016 - 07:55 PM, said:

thankyou, so far so good.  17 weeks.
Just saw this. Congrats man. We are 24 weeks in with baby #1. Girl gonna be here in October

In Topic: Brexit wins, UK's PM will resign

Today, 01:40 PM

France, Netherlands, Germany are all possibilities. Along with some others.

That said, it's still not 100% that they end up leaving. I have to think they will but it'll be a long process

In Topic: Rate the Last Movie You Saw

Today, 12:47 PM

Finally watched Deadpool.
9/10 would watch again and again

In Topic: Brexit wins, UK's PM will resign

Today, 06:39 AM

They'll feel the hit short term and in the long run it'll be a better situation.

Just don't look at your retirement accounts for awhile if you're tied into to international markets.

Here shortly I think I'll start buying into them a little more.

In Topic: Deadliest Mass Shooting in US History

Yesterday, 11:49 AM

 GoldenRebel, on 23 June 2016 - 10:07 AM, said:

My personal favorite is Australia. The gov took away every citizen owned gun.  Crime spiked. Homocides went up 10% and armed robberies went up 50%. Gov officials now claim the cause is not enough ammo regulation LMAO
Eh, depends on what stats you look at. Most citizens in Australia never really had a constitutionally protected right to own guns. Unless I'm mistaken, I believe their "buyback" only involved semi auto and pump action firearms.

I'm not sure of how it all works there, but I know a friend of ours that for a government exemption to possess a few of the guns he owns
You have to demonstrate a "genuine need" which he said wasn't difficult, pass a safety test, wait about a month for the purchase to be finalized. And you have to register the gun with the government