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MA is lost. Staying is capitulation to the left.

There's plenty of states where votes still matter and things are actively improving. Voting doesn't matter in MA and things are definitely not improving there.

I doubt there's many people here who were born and raised in MA who moved out and thought that they could of ever made a friggen difference in MA. I used to think we could. Then I saw what went on for over a decade when I had my eyes open and it's more than obvious there's no wins to be had worth mentioning there. Let MA be what it wants to be, which is a statist nightmare like NJ or NY.

Guns werent my last straw in MA. COVID was. And I'll never, ever again deal with that f***ing bullshit. Good f***ing bye.
i get it, following the new patriot tradition started by biden in afghanistan...RUN. no sin in running away.
 

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NES is really weird sometimes. Escaping MA or NY or NJ or CA is a GOOD thing and should be celebrated.

No one has an issue w/ people celebrating leaving MA, it's those shitting on people who don't leave MA that's the issue. Whenever I hear of someone leaving I cheer for them, I'm happy for them, I wish it could be me. Not everyone that wants to leave can. Some have family or business obligations or both. Maybe someday when I retire and can find comparable services for my kids elsewhere, I'll consider it. Unfortunately, the rural areas in Tennessee aren't known for their group homes and I kinda rely on Children's Hospital as much as I feel like taking a dump in the lobby every time I have to go there. My daughter had cornea surgery there on Thursday. They're the best in the world at what they do and sometimes you need to swallow some shit in the process. I'm not having Cletus at East Bumblef*** Hospital work on my kids eyes. Dana Farber saved my life. The best I can probably hope for is to hop across the border to NH when I retire but my kids will still need services in MA so I'll still be dealing w/ MA Gun laws, only worse. At least here I can carry and have pretty much what I want. If I'm in NH I probably wouldn't be able to carry at the MA hospitals without jumping through infinitely more hoops than I have to now. From a business perspective, while I can work remotely when I want, my business is based and licensed in MA. It's not portable. If I could go back 30 years would I have come here? No but I was coming from NJ and guns weren't really top of mind for me then. And if I could do it over again I wouldn't have had kids either. But there are no do-overs. So I stay and do what I can to help the cause.
 

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No one has an issue w/ people celebrating leaving MA, it's those shitting on people who don't leave MA that's the issue. Whenever I hear of someone leaving I cheer for them, I'm happy for them, I wish it could be me. Not everyone that wants to leave can. Some have family or business obligations or both. Maybe someday when I retire and can find comparable services for my kids elsewhere, I'll consider it. Unfortunately, the rural areas in Tennessee aren't known for their group homes and I kinda rely on Children's Hospital as much as I feel like taking a dump in the lobby every time I have to go there. My daughter had cornea surgery there on Thursday. They're the best in the world at what they do and sometimes you need to swallow some shit in the process. I'm not having Cletus at East Bumblef*** Hospital work on my kids eyes. Dana Farber saved my life. The best I can probably hope for is to hop across the border to NH when I retire but my kids will still need services in MA so I'll still be dealing w/ MA Gun laws, only worse. At least here I can carry and have pretty much what I want. If I'm in NH I probably wouldn't be able to carry at the MA hospitals without jumping through infinitely more hoops than I have to now. From a business perspective, while I can work remotely when I want, my business is based and licensed in MA. It's not portable. If I could go back 30 years would I have come here? No but I was coming from NJ and guns weren't really top of mind for me then. And if I could do it over again I wouldn't have had kids either. But there are no do-overs. So I stay and do what I can to help the cause.
If there didn't exist any actual "good reasons" to remain in the People's DimocRATic Republic of Taxachusetts, no sane person would live here. The fact is that some sane people are still here and that is an indication to me that those "good reasons" can and do exist. 🤔
 

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No one has an issue w/ people celebrating leaving MA, it's those shitting on people who don't leave MA that's the issue. Whenever I hear of someone leaving I cheer for them, I'm happy for them, I wish it could be me. Not everyone that wants to leave can. Some have family or business obligations or both. Maybe someday when I retire and can find comparable services for my kids elsewhere, I'll consider it. Unfortunately, the rural areas in Tennessee aren't known for their group homes and I kinda rely on Children's Hospital as much as I feel like taking a dump in the lobby every time I have to go there. My daughter had cornea surgery there on Thursday. They're the best in the world at what they do and sometimes you need to swallow some shit in the process. I'm not having Cletus at East Bumblef*** Hospital work on my kids eyes. Dana Farber saved my life. The best I can probably hope for is to hop across the border to NH when I retire but my kids will still need services in MA so I'll still be dealing w/ MA Gun laws, only worse. At least here I can carry and have pretty much what I want. If I'm in NH I probably wouldn't be able to carry at the MA hospitals without jumping through infinitely more hoops than I have to now. From a business perspective, while I can work remotely when I want, my business is based and licensed in MA. It's not portable. If I could go back 30 years would I have come here? No but I was coming from NJ and guns weren't really top of mind for me then. And if I could do it over again I wouldn't have had kids either. But there are no do-overs. So I stay and do what I can to help the cause.
Wow. Makes me sad to read that. My kids are the only really worthwhile thing I've accomplished.
 

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The select persons are such friggin retards. If they were told that 12 guys were selling dope out of small offices at 527 Great Rd, they might go look to confirm it. Yet they can't recognize and they swallow an obvious Glob hit piece without checking it out. Worthless dickheads. Jack.
 

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Wow. Makes me sad to read that. My kids are the only really worthwhile thing I've accomplished.
God bless you, I'm happy for you. My kids are the only worthwhile thing I have done w/ my life, I am a much better person for having had them, but I wouldn't wish their lives on anyone.
 
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If there didn't exist any actual "good reasons" to remain in the People's DimocRATic Republic of Taxachusetts, no sane person would live here. The fact is that some sane people are still here and that is an indication to me that those "good reasons" can and do exist. 🤔
I wish I thought of that before I bloviated. Very concise and accurate.
 

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It’s really hard to accept anybody’s opinions on firearms if they haven’t been shot before.

Then you have these Karen’s talking about dance class and feelings.fake tears.

It’s almost like they’ve never said to themselves “ You’re going to feel a little pinch”

They are too busy talking about “why won’t you think about the children” yeah every time around tax season I think about the children.

Fix my goddamn roads and make the street lights work and then I’ll pay my taxes again.
 
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No offense, but you need to get out of your shithole state (in terms of gun rights) more often.

25 states now have Constitutional Carry. New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen removed "proper cause" from your own state, and continues to strike down onerous laws nearly every day. No version of an AWB has a snowball's chance in hell of passing the Senate (or being revived in the House in the next Congress), the "biggest piece of gun safety legislation in 30 years" is pretty much meaningless drivel, and that's what they're crowing about.

Really. Get out more.

There are A LOT of court cases. SAF said they have over 40 going right now and more in the pipeline. FPC, GOA, Michel in CA etc all have many cases ongoing.

The mag limit case (Duncan) and AWB case (Miller) we’re remanded back to the district court which previously found them unconstitutional pre NYSRPA, benetiz will find them unconstitutional again and they’ll be in the 9th circuit again. The quickest case may be bianchi vs Frosh an AWB case out of Maryland and currently at the 4th circuit court of appeals after being remanded by SCOTUS. The panel there is a Clinton judge, Obama and trump. The Clinton judge was the author of the dissent in Kolbe vs hogan the AWB case from 2017 which upheld the Maryland AWB. The Clinton judge wrote a very strong dissent in that case. So he’s likely a vote to overturn the AWB in Maryland and the trump judge should be the 2nd. All other cases regarding guns were remanded back to the district courts across the country. This panel has had the case since early august on remand from SCOTUS and hasn’t remanded it yet so they may be keeping it and ruling on it. It’s been quiet though, no additional briefs etc so who knows for sure.

The first mag limit law was 1990 NJ, the first AWB was early 1990s in CA. It’s impossible for a court for follow the dictates in NYSRPA and uphold gun control which is 120 years more recent than the 14th amendment.
 

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Love the people scared to let their kids walk in for music class. It’s probably the safest place in the state! Suddenly gun enthusiasts are more dangerous than trans rapists in the wrong bathroom!
People are so stupid.
Every day little Johnny has been safe.
All of the sudden he is not safe anymore because the parent just learned who most Tennants are.

This shows you how stupid people are at several levels:

1. Because they think that overnight the place became dangerous.

2. Because they clearly didn't care enough about their kids to do 5 minutes of research into who were the Tennant in this big, old, labyrinth building.
 

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In Karenland, there is no difference between a murderer and a gun dealer, they are interchangable depending on the mood of a Karen at any given time.

Repeal the 19th and take the emotion out of politics lol :)

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interesting real life story about her... she actually switched back to the away team, grew her hair out in its natural color, and regrets most of her previous actions... interesting...
 

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People are so stupid.
Every day little Johnny has been safe.
All of the sudden he is not safe anymore because the parent just learned who most Tennants are.

This shows you how stupid people are at several levels:

1. Because they think that overnight the place became dangerous.

2. Because they clearly didn't care enough about their kids to do 5 minutes of research into who were the Tennant in this big, old, labyrinth building.
This on the other hand is just fine for their kids.
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Think about who your dealing with.
 

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In Karenland, there is no difference between a murderer and a gun dealer, they are interchangable depending on the mood of a Karen at any given time.

Repeal the 19th and take the emotion out of politics lol :)

Plenty of these idiots are men, and there are plenty of women who make perfectly good decisions.

Karenland is an even darker place than you think: it's not gun dealers they see as murderers, it's guns themselves. They truly do believe that guns are sentient, that they have an unearthly power to either...

1. Grow legs, sneak around, and kill kids.
2. Inspire otherwise normal people to pick them up and kill kids.
3. "Go off" and kill kids.

It really is amazing to me, but after years of working with antis, they really do think guns are somehow magical, and evil.
 

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Wait one month and the Karens will find some other thing to be outraged about.
The Globe is simply reporting and re-reporting about their story to try to amplify the story which will be a fart in the wind by the end of the year.
I got news for them: putting ~100 businesses out of business (gun and non-gun) in this economic environment really isn't really a winning platform at the moment.
 
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Plenty of these idiots are men, and there are plenty of women who make perfectly good decisions.

Karenland is an even darker place than you think: it's not gun dealers they see as murderers, it's guns themselves. They truly do believe that guns are sentient, that they have an unearthly power to either...

1. Grow legs, sneak around, and kill kids.
2. Inspire otherwise normal people to pick them up and kill kids.
3. "Go off" and kill kids.

It really is amazing to me, but after years of working with antis, they really do think guns are somehow magical, and evil.
I think a bunch of those types are projecting. They don't trust themselves or maybe their family members to have a gun around so they don't think other people should either.
 
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their poor marksmanship is hardly a failing on my part.
It Only counts if it’s above the waist
That's asking a lot of 'banger marksmanship

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I think a bunch of those types are projecting. They don't trust themselves or maybe their family members to have a gun around so they don't think other people should either.
It's Mass, the local chief should tell them that being whiny little karens disqualifies them and their family under the "suitable person" standard, so they wouldn't be allowed to buy.
 
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