From: Tom Whore (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Dec 20 2000 - 07:54:30 PST
Nouns do not until verbs become.
Legislativiley restricting nouns will not do anything to stop the verb
Is niether evil or ilegal or bad, it is noun
"A gun kills"
might seem bad and eveil and ilegal because the verb has implications, but
we still dont know the 5 w's (who what where why and how)
"A gun kills a man attempting to harm my family"
gets more ot the point opf the matter.
Legistaling the leading Noun would not chnage the out come, just the noun
"A knife kills a man attempting to harm my family"
"A Louisville Slugger kills a man attempting to harm my family"
"My two raw fists kill a man attemping to harm my family"
You can dpend all your time replacing the noun but the outcome remains the
Seems pretty pointless and anal, now dont it?
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