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Death in a Lonely Land: More Hunting, Fishing, and Shooting on Five Continents

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2015

    Thomas David despises this diatribe""

    A miss leading title. Of the 78 pages only 31 address the events at Sandyhook, the rest are shameless self promotion. Further, this is presented as a factual account of events yet is in fact an strongly worded anti-gun treatise. It becomes painfully apparent that the author neither understands firearms nor what would constitute effective screening of psychopaths. His solution is both unworkable and dangerous. This reviewer supports screening that would effectively eliminate those of questionable mental or emotional stability from the use of ANY weapon, axe, knife, sword, chemicals, explosives as well as firearms.

    The authors solution are not only poorly considered mechanically, but he fails to provide any "screening" methodology or criteria. He reminds me of the Ostrich solution to serious problems. If we stick our heads in the sand and adopt overly simplistic single approach solutions the problem will disappear. As we have learned many times throughout history violence behavior requires carefully measured responses, NOT capitulation or appeasement nor ineffective ill considered bureaucracy. The prevention of these tragedies requires an extraordinarily comprehensive approach utilizing many treatment, mechanical, and screening methodologies.

    The author should be ashamed of himself for exploiting this horrid event to further his own deeply flawed agenda.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 14, 2012

    A tiny she kit

    A tiny she kit wobbled in. Her legs were unsturdy and looked ready to buckle. She was so tiny that she could hide under a bird and not be seen. Her pelt was muddy but underneath it was dove grey. Her eyes where a deep blue. Suddenly she collapsed from tierdness.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2012

    Whitefire

    Same

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