Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Baldr Odinson is a whiny little bee-yatch

I'm a little late to the party with this, but I want to spread the word as much as possible about what a tool Baldr Odinson is. 

On Feb 3 he posted this pseudo-legalese threat at Gun Free Zone:

Baldr Odinson on said:
To the author(s) of this website: The image posted on this webpage was taken from a Facebook profile page and published without permission from the owner of that profile. You are instructed to remove the image immediately and delete all copies. You have 24 hours to comply. Failure to do so will result in legal action taken against you for copyright infringement and possible cyber-stalking, as dictated by the laws of the state from which the image was posted.

This is consistent with one aspect of my General Theory of Gun Grabbing: these people have nothing going on in their own lives, and must interfere with other adults.  This guy appears in a sweet white costume, makes a public speech in front of a crowd of at least a half-dozen other gun grabbers, then makes a legal threat against a pro-gun blogger's free publicity. 

Instead of making a phony legal threat on the internet that he'll never follow through with, couldn't his energy have been better spent fundraising, lobbying, or publicizing his argument for the criminalization of gun ownership? 

Baldr Odinson, and his organization Ceasefire Oregon, has nothing going on and I'm happy to hear that. 

Monday, February 6, 2012

Supporting more gun laws is the patriarch thing to do

Here is the ad featuring my city's mayor, Tom Menino, and his pal Michael Bloomberg.  It's in the classic Fudd form of "We're supporters of the second amendment, but..."

In their case, the "but" is to make it as expensive and difficult to lawfully own firearms, as well as to add on to the hopelessly complicated state and local laws that put good people through the legal meat grinder.

Specifically, they want to criminalize private sales of firearms between adults, an act that has come to be known somehow as a loophole.  However in Massachusetts, it is already illegal for an individual to sell a firearm to another individual who does not have the proper license.  This is true whether the parties meet up in a parking lot or at a gun show.  It is therefore unclear what new laws Menino seeks, and I doubt he would be able to articulate this.

And Mayor Menino, would you please tell me why more complicated gun laws is "the patriarch thing to do?"

ETA: The ad did not air in the Boston market.  The whole thing was a publicity ploy.   Lame.

Friday, February 3, 2012

My prediction for the Bogota experimental gun ban

I don't know anything about the people, culture, or government of Bogota, but I'll throw this prediction out there.

 Upon ending on April 30, the experimental gun ban enacted by the mayor will be declared an unprecedented success, necessitating further restrictions, registration, and confiscation of privately owned firearms.  The wealthiest and most politically connected, and the police and private security personnel will be exempted.

This will happen whether the "gun murder" rate stays the same, or whether it increases or decreases by any amount during the course of the experiment.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Stupid quote of the day... (if it saves even one life)

Arguing against Constitutional carry in South Dakota: 

If the current process uncovers even one questionable gun owner — and thereby restricts that gun owner’s ability to legally conceal a handgun — then the system has done its job. 


Saturday, January 21, 2012

Laci the Dog reports me to the ATF for buying a Glock 7 on the black market. Oh noes!

A couple days ago I was trolling that sewer of an gun-ban blog, Mikeb32000.  One of their characters, democommie, challenged me (possibly while high) to carry a gun onto a commercial flight.  I responded that I carry my Glock 7 every time I fly, thusly...

Fast forward a few days later, and MikeB acknowledges the joke and posts this silly youtube video, with some clown unboxing his black market Glock 7-2:

Then this Laci the Dog character goes into a pants-shitting hysterical tirade, accusing me of very serious crimes, and actually reporting me to the ATF, like so (embarrassing comments since deleted by Laci):

I mean really, how dumb is this guy?  He literally thought that was me, MAgunowner, unboxing an illegal, black market porcelain Glock 7-2 that I actually sneak through metal detectors at airports. If you go over to his blog, which I don't link to, you'll see that he deleted these three idiotic comments like the weasel he is.  

There's a bigger lesson here, beyond the "gotcha" of a particularly nasty gun ban advocate being so dumb and gullible.  These people have no realistic concept of the things they want to ban.  In their world, a Glock 7-2 really is a dangerous porcelain gun that terrorists like me sneak onto planes.  They really do think that a Glock 19 is a high-powered assault weapon, while having no objection to a 45-70 lever action Fudd gun.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Is Baldr Odinson a cult leader?

I found this weird picture of him online for a recent cult gathering (Million Mom Sacrifice, the sign reads):

This looks to me like a cross between Heaven's Gate, a pseudo-Roman Catholic Mass, the scientologists who harass me on Boston Common, and People Against Goodness and Normalcy.  Why Baldr danced around in a goats mask later in the evening, we'll never know.  It's pretty messed up, regardless.

What is Odious Baldr Odinson really up to?  What are the true goals of his front group, Ceasefire Oregon?