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Old 08-09-2019, 12:59 PM  
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Is It Time For A National Knife Ban?

It’s time for some "common sense" knife-reform...

In downtown Pittsburgh two women were stabbed. One died and the other is in stable condition at last report.

Over on the other side of the country, a 33-year-old Hispanic man in Santa Ana, CA, went on a two-hour stabbing spree. Four people are dead and two wounded.

Back on the East Coast, with horrified patrons as a backdrop, a man walked into a nail salon in Queens, NY and plunged a knife into his wife’s back over and over until she lay dead on the floor. All this in just a couple of days in America.

Time For Knife-Control!

It’s obvious the time has come for a national knife control bill. Since we must legislate all weapons based on their usage, it is vital that at the very least we begin background checks on those who want to purchase knives. The suspect in California, after all, had a criminal record.

Progressive retailers across America sprang into action. Within hours of the nationwide epidemic of stabbings, Williams-Sonoma, Sur La Table, Bed, Bath & Beyond, and the kitchen departments in Macy’s, Kohl’s, and Target began removing kitchen knives from the shelves.

Executives from Walmart HQ said they are seriously considering taking similar action.

Meanwhile on Capitol Hill – and flanked by fellow members of the Democratic Party – Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) held a press conference calling for a national ban on knives. “If it means eating our watermelon whole and cutting our meat with plastic, then Democrats plan to lead the way to a more safe and secure America.” After Pelosi spoke, she graciously yielded the microphone to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY). “I am proud to be the one who stopped J.A. Henckels from relocating to New York City. No amount of jobs is worth trading for American lives,” she said.

On the campaign trail, Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) said he plans to publish the names of every national knife manufacturer CEO who does not take immediate action to restrict knife sales. Castro then took to Twitter, saying, “People need to know who is willing to sell knives and who is not. It’s a matter of national safety. Anyone selling knives without thorough background checks should be shamed for putting profits above lives. As such, I am calling for people all over this great nation of ours to rise, boycott and protest #walmart, @dickssportinggoods and #acehardware.”

Not to be outdone, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) pointed out that the Cherokee Nation stopped using knives generations ago and that she plans to donate to the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center to honor the fallen. Then, while at a campaign stop at Chipotle in Iowa, Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) said, “Under my watch, New Jersey was the first state in the union to call for rigorous blade background checks.”

On the South Lawn of the White House, the press corps gathered to get a reaction regarding the stabbing frenzy from the president. CNN’s Jim Acosta could be heard shouting over the whirring blades of Marine One, “Mr. President, in light of the recent spate of stabbings, do you support a national knife ban?” President Trump responded, “Knives? I have always liked knives, especially when I’m eating steak.”

This comment set off a firestorm from the Fourth Estate, with The New York Times out in front of the pack. Just before deadline for their failing print edition, editors put up a front-page article entitled “Trump Says Steak Comes First – American Lives Second.”

This caused the Portland, OR, ANTIFA Chapter to don their masks and take to the streets, where police stood by as concrete milkshakes were thrown at the CEO of Cuisinart, owner of the Knife Center based in Oregon. A shaken Steel M. Blade was taken to the hospital following the melee. He is reported in stable condition.

Meanwhile, in Fairfax, VA, at the headquarters of the National Knife Association, angry protesters swarmed the building. Fairfax County police were called to the scene to put those inside the NKA on lock-down until they could clear the area.

Do Americans have a right to own knives? Should extensive background checks regarding the criminal records and mental health of potential knife buyers become law? These are the crucial questions flooding the airwaves of the nation.

Ultimately, it comes down to whether Americans are willing to rip meat from the bone with their bare hands or be permitted to cut it in with a knife in a civil way.

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Old 08-09-2019, 01:00 PM   #2
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Automatic knife and 30 end knifes should be banned.

Why do the public need semi auto knifes?
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Old 08-09-2019, 01:18 PM   #3
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Assault knives trigger me.

End the knife show loophole.

Nobody needs anything sharper than a butter knife.
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Old 08-09-2019, 01:21 PM   #4
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Old 08-09-2019, 01:22 PM   #5
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This argument is so ****ing dumb and you're lowering your own IQ even presenting it.
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Old 08-09-2019, 01:28 PM   #6
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Also, i wonder how long it will take before people realize....
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Old 08-09-2019, 01:29 PM   #7
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This argument is so ****ing dumb and you're lowering your own IQ even presenting it.
Apparently you haven't been watching what's been happening in England, because this is exactly what they're doing over there. Just recently there was an English judge that called for the ban on kitchen knives, and commented that "no one needed a sharp knife."
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Old 08-09-2019, 01:33 PM   #8
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This argument is so ****ing dumb and you're lowering your own IQ even presenting it.
No one is saying that they want to take your steak or butter knife But why people need filet knifes or pairing knifes is beyond me.
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Old 08-09-2019, 01:34 PM   #9
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Apparently you haven't been watching what's been happening in England, because this is exactly what they're doing over there.
I don't know of anyone talking about a knife ban, do you?

Outside of conservatives trying to conflate knife attacks to gun violence, which is ridiculous.

People will ALWAYS find ways to kill each other. You can kill someone with a damn plastic spoon if you have the will to do so.

But you're not going to kill to kill 22 people in 30 seconds with a knife or a goddamn spoon.

I get that you're trying to make a slippery-slope argument by using England as an example, but the only ones talking about knife bans are conservatives that think people are dumb enough to believe a knife is comparable to a gun in terms of casualties and inflicted damage.
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Old 08-09-2019, 01:37 PM   #10
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I don't know of anyone talking about a knife ban, do you?

Outside of conservatives trying to conflate knife attacks to gun violence, which is ridiculous.

People will ALWAYS find ways to kill each other. You can kill someone with a damn plastic spoon if you have the will to do so.

But you're not going to kill to kill 22 people in 30 seconds with a knife or a goddamn spoon.

I get that you're trying to make a slippery-slope argument by using England as an example, but the only ones talking about knife bans are conservatives that think people are dumb enough to believe a knife is comparable to a gun in terms of casualties and inflicted damage.
Where are you getting 22 people in 30 seconds. Where did you get this data set?

Are you saying we need to ban plastic spoons?
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No one is saying that they want to take your steak or butter knife But why people need filet knifes or pairing knifes is beyond me.
You never use pairing knives? I use those all the time for cutting up shit like apples to eat. Compare how much of the apple you throw away eating it free hand than you do if you slice it up and remove the core.
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Where are you getting 22 people in 30 seconds. Where did you get this data set?
Allegedly that's how long it took the Texas shooter to mow down those Americans in Walmart.

Regardless if it took 30 seconds or a minute, the point doesn't change.
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Allegedly that's how long it took the Texas shooter to mow down those Americans in Walmart.

Regardless if it took 30 seconds or a minute, the point doesn't change.
So it’s okay for guy with a knife to kill 4 wound 2 because it wasnt a shooting?

As long as we keep the total down we can justify?
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So it’s okay for guy with a knife to kill 4 wound 2 because it was a shooting?

As long as we keep the total down we can justify?
What are you getting at here? Are you trying to ban knives or something? Is that your new platform?
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It’s time for some "common sense" knife-reform...

In downtown Pittsburgh two women were stabbed. One died and the other is in stable condition at last report.

Over on the other side of the country, a 33-year-old Hispanic man in Santa Ana, CA, went on a two-hour stabbing spree. Four people are dead and two wounded.

Back on the East Coast, with horrified patrons as a backdrop, a man walked into a nail salon in Queens, NY and plunged a knife into his wife’s back over and over until she lay dead on the floor. All this in just a couple of days in America.

Time For Knife-Control!

It’s obvious the time has come for a national knife control bill. Since we must legislate all weapons based on their usage, it is vital that at the very least we begin background checks on those who want to purchase knives. The suspect in California, after all, had a criminal record.

Progressive retailers across America sprang into action. Within hours of the nationwide epidemic of stabbings, Williams-Sonoma, Sur La Table, Bed, Bath & Beyond, and the kitchen departments in Macy’s, Kohl’s, and Target began removing kitchen knives from the shelves.

Executives from Walmart HQ said they are seriously considering taking similar action.

Meanwhile on Capitol Hill – and flanked by fellow members of the Democratic Party – Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) held a press conference calling for a national ban on knives. “If it means eating our watermelon whole and cutting our meat with plastic, then Democrats plan to lead the way to a more safe and secure America.” After Pelosi spoke, she graciously yielded the microphone to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY). “I am proud to be the one who stopped J.A. Henckels from relocating to New York City. No amount of jobs is worth trading for American lives,” she said.

On the campaign trail, Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) said he plans to publish the names of every national knife manufacturer CEO who does not take immediate action to restrict knife sales. Castro then took to Twitter, saying, “People need to know who is willing to sell knives and who is not. It’s a matter of national safety. Anyone selling knives without thorough background checks should be shamed for putting profits above lives. As such, I am calling for people all over this great nation of ours to rise, boycott and protest #walmart, @dickssportinggoods and #acehardware.”

Not to be outdone, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) pointed out that the Cherokee Nation stopped using knives generations ago and that she plans to donate to the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center to honor the fallen. Then, while at a campaign stop at Chipotle in Iowa, Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) said, “Under my watch, New Jersey was the first state in the union to call for rigorous blade background checks.”

On the South Lawn of the White House, the press corps gathered to get a reaction regarding the stabbing frenzy from the president. CNN’s Jim Acosta could be heard shouting over the whirring blades of Marine One, “Mr. President, in light of the recent spate of stabbings, do you support a national knife ban?” President Trump responded, “Knives? I have always liked knives, especially when I’m eating steak.”

This comment set off a firestorm from the Fourth Estate, with The New York Times out in front of the pack. Just before deadline for their failing print edition, editors put up a front-page article entitled “Trump Says Steak Comes First – American Lives Second.”

This caused the Portland, OR, ANTIFA Chapter to don their masks and take to the streets, where police stood by as concrete milkshakes were thrown at the CEO of Cuisinart, owner of the Knife Center based in Oregon. A shaken Steel M. Blade was taken to the hospital following the melee. He is reported in stable condition.

Meanwhile, in Fairfax, VA, at the headquarters of the National Knife Association, angry protesters swarmed the building. Fairfax County police were called to the scene to put those inside the NKA on lock-down until they could clear the area.

Do Americans have a right to own knives? Should extensive background checks regarding the criminal records and mental health of potential knife buyers become law? These are the crucial questions flooding the airwaves of the nation.

Ultimately, it comes down to whether Americans are willing to rip meat from the bone with their bare hands or be permitted to cut it in with a knife in a civil way.

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