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Dave, I think you're right on.

 

I do want to respond to the gun control folks: I'd rather have more people trying to be kind to each other--which is a very involved, proactive and time-consuming (though highly rewarding) thing.  

Cocaine control hasn't worked so well, and booze control didn't work so well...heroin and meth control is going pretty badly, too. Not sure why guns should be different.

But being involved and involving; trying to practice agape: that works better than laws for reducing all of the negative things I've mentioned here and many others besides. 

Thanks for the thought-provoking post. 

 

 

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