>We want people to be responsible with guns
he was a fucking felon for beating the shit out of someone. do they think he would have obeyed other laws that said he has to lock up his illegally purchased firearm?
Im just waiting for when someone finally does a drive by shooting on a hoverboard.
>did time for battery of a cop
>left illegally owned gun under mattress
Wow it's fucking nothing. It's exactly like pro-freedom people say, criminals will ignore any laws you make
I live in California, watched the news just this morning
> Long Beach just passed a ban on all hoverboards on sidewalks.
I realized a while ago, at this rate we will hold ourselves back technologically for century's because every time we make something new Idiots get scared and want to ban it.
> Drones... oh no ban them
> New transportation... hoverboards... oh no ban them.
> Vehicles that don't rely on gasoline... on no ban them.
Back on topic, no need to worry about gun control any time soon. They will slowly legislate and pass laws so our children and grandchildren wont be able to have guns or inherit ours when we pass away.
I don't live in Long Beach... thank goodness.
But I think the ban involved old grumpy ass folks and soccer moms complaining about kids on the hover boards "taking up the sidewalk".
I can see hover boards being a fire hazard indoors or big shopping centers, but outside... people just being whiny bitches about
> mah space
> mah safety
> something scares me so I don't want you to have it.
>I work in government in Palo Alto
how's that $100K+ year job suing Caltrain?
But you did catch me, I'm from Belmont. The place that also bans smoking inside apartments and that blocked off Hallmark Dr because the city councilmembers got assravaged by the county.
you're not wrong, people here are so jewish they opposed selling bonds to repave streets so firetrucks can use them. It's also illegal to chop down trees here because they're sacred for some reason. They don't even have sidewalks because people want onstreet parking instead (which results in pedestrians getting clipped by cars constantly). People also oppose yellow school buses since that costs money too so they have samtrans (aka the county) pick up the job instead
>not taking caltrain
2-3 transfers > commute traffic
Also in case you aren't aware of it, the tiny gun store in san carlos on el camino is still somehow open. A vestige of what everything was before suburbanization.
wow it's fucking nothing
great, people care even less. Like 5 coons a day get shot down in dade county and no one cares because they're all criminals being killed by criminals
yep, there's a reason why the only video you found is a local news outlet being replayed on a conspiracy theory tier youtube channel.
>He was convicted in 2006 of battery of a law enforcement officer, the newspaper reported.
>battery of a law enforcement officer
>not even assault
All he probably did was get into a shoving match with the cop, but everyone here is acting like he tried to chop the cop's head off with a butcher's knife.
sm͏h famalam cuz.
If you're a city manager or work a fuck load of overtime you make over $100k, the regular employees are grossly underpaid for the amount of money the city brings in. Mountain View makes more than we do.
>He was sent back to prison
IE that "shoving match" resulted in a felony conviction, even if he served less than his full sentence in a state prison for goodboy points.
What's the point of those when you have this?
>fucking steals and entire crate of orange soda without ever stepping off his hoverboard
>"A lot of stuff starts at home and he had a great home and family."
Yeah, a great home in which a felon was storing a pistol under his bed and his retarded 18 year old brother was playing with it when he ND'd into the back of his cousin's head.
Real good home.
The sidewalk thing, I was in Florida on vacation taking a bus and it clipped a guys elbow. Didn't stop just kept going. That guy must of been in some bad pain for along time after that.
Just in case you ask for citation:
>784.03Battery; felony battery.—
(1)(a)The offense of battery occurs when a person:
>1.Actually and intentionally touches or strikes another person against the will of the other; or
>2.Intentionally causes bodily harm to another person.
>(1)An “assault” is an intentional, unlawful threat by word or act to do violence to the person of another, coupled with an apparent ability to do so, and doing some act which creates a well-founded fear in such other person that such violence is imminent.
> The gun owner, Walter Morame, wasn't home when the incident occurred, but was arrested Sunday for possessing a weapon as a felon.