William The Coroner’s Forensic Files

Saturday, 25, September, 2010

My Cake.

Filed under: Boomstick,Links to Greatness — williamthecoroner @ 10:42

There’s a gun control meme wandering around the internet.  Two people put it much better than I ever could, and more cogently.  Go thou and read OK, I’ll Play and An Unintended Gun Control Meme.

I really think there should be few restrictions of civil rights, particularly the enumerated rights of the bill of rights.  Imagine the outcry if analogues of the Firearms Act of 1934 or the Gun Control Act of 1968 applied to the first amendment.  licensure for bloggers, a waiting period to post on the internet, the inability to purchase a religious book by mail?


  1. Licensure for bloggers. What a great idea, particularly in light of all the deaths by blogging that are recorded annually.

    Comment by Shay — Saturday, 25, September, 2010 @ 16:05 | Reply

    • On the surface, a death by blog seems impractical. Who could die because of WORDS? Though Molly Norris
      of is now living in hiding. There was a fellow named Rushdie that also needed police protection because of his words.

      Comment by williamthecoroner — Saturday, 25, September, 2010 @ 16:49

    • Iranian-Canadian blogger faces death penalty.

      “It could never happen here!”

      Comment by bluntobject — Sunday, 26, September, 2010 @ 01:55

  2. I also enjoyed the answers found here http://theultimateanswertokings.blogspot.com/2010/09/what-hell-lets-join-meme.html

    Comment by julie — Sunday, 26, September, 2010 @ 09:14 | Reply

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