Jump to content


Level 4
  • Content count

  • Donations

    0.00 USD 
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Ordinarygamer96 last won the day on October 3

Ordinarygamer96 had the most liked content!

About Ordinarygamer96

  • Rank
    King In the North
  • Birthday 05/04/96

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Interests
    Gaming,sci-fi, history

Recent Profile Visitors

10617 profile views
  1. Study tips

    Go to the school library and have your computer face people. That way you're less likely to fuck around
  2. What's your favorite video game?

    Multiple threads like this exist already.
  3. The New Mutants Trailer

    I'm sure its just the effect of the trailer. I'm willing to give them the benefit of the doubt since their xmen spin offs that cross genres have been pretty good
  4. The New Mutants Trailer

    I'm surprised that fox is getting their shit together with the X-men movies between Logan, Deadpool and possibly this. (I haven't seen the last couple standard xmen movies but wasn't impressed by what I heard)
  5. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer

    Bought me and my fiance tickets already. Pumped
  6. Essay

  7. Community Digest - 10/8/17

    Mfw my name is spelled wrong in shoutout Good to see sG possibly coming back and a good recruit system again
  8. Thoughts and Prayers: A Discussion

    I'm having dinner so I'm gonna link the first thing I found but read what the original US constitution said about guns. It didn't discuss a right to bear arms at all. Simply a need for militia. Like i said above http://m.sparknotes.com/history/american/articles/section4.rhtml In short. The founders gave no shit about some random farmer's right to own guns. Thwy cared about the rights of state governments. Why would they even want a bunch of armed citizens when they originally didn't want the lower classes to even vote( poor people couldn't vote for years after America was founded)
  9. Thoughts and Prayers: A Discussion

    Pretty sure the point is you don't have a single fucking clue what the founders were talking about. I'd be willing to bet you've never even read a historical letter or document from the time outside of 5th grade social studies
  10. Thoughts and Prayers: A Discussion

    For starters a military is not a militia. Militia in those days meant the militias state and local governments organized. You can literally read the original founders discussing their opinions on militias if you bothered to read a real book or historical document. Also it's not two separate parts. The , implies its part of the same sentence and therefore thought. They're connected because theyre referencing that they can't take away the right for Well regulate militias to have guns. Most Americans at the time didn't even own guns and most who did owned it communally and stored them in a central location for the militia to access. The 1st United States constitution known as the articles of confederation didn't even reference the people it basically just said that state and local governments were responsible for keeping militias. Dude I literally study this and intend to go in a field. You can't defend your case without linking YouTube videos .
  11. Thoughts and Prayers: A Discussion

    No actually under current law if a background check takes longer than 3 days the sale can continue. Dylan roof was able to get his gun that way despite having a criminal record. Thanks to the background check taking too long he was able to shoot up a church. Source http://graphics.wsj.com/gun-check-explainer/ Also as someone who has had to read the original correspondence and opinions of the founding fathers during the time the constitution was being written I think I understand their meaning more than you do. Explain to me why they included the words "a well regulated militia" if I'm wrong.
  12. Thoughts and Prayers: A Discussion

    You still really don't understand my point. The government won't collapse because of precautions they have taken. The government won't go tyrannical because the structure is designed to prevent it and no government has ever gone tyrannical after a long period of democracy. If the government decided to go tyrannical the military wouldn't follow but the nightmare situation people have where the military does then guess what it wins . Gun owners in America can't fight fucking stealth bombers. Even if all the industry in america shuts down for a time the military has enough stockpiled to obliterate any uprising a million times over
  13. Thoughts and Prayers: A Discussion

    The government can't collapse there's so many precautions it it falls it basically means human kind is extinct already. Also tell me what 10000 militia nuts with aks can do to 10 apaches with rockets. Also Trumps incomoetmecy aside we'll never see a turn to tyranny in the country thanks to all the checks and balances.
  14. Thoughts and Prayers: A Discussion

    No society has ever turned to dictatorship after a long period of healthy democracy. Also like beer said. No militia can fight a government with military weapons. If every gun owner had a full auto ak but a couple million guys in the military decided to kill them all the military could win ez. Its just pointless. We have an oversaturation of guns that would be dealt with by theoretical gun buybacks like Australia had. Also like i said above the founders wrote "Well regulated militia" in the second amendment. They meant for citizens to have these guns under the supervision of local and state government led militias
  15. Thoughts and Prayers: A Discussion

    If an instructor had an extended period of time with him it might have allowed for a red flag to go up. Who knows. Plenty of shootings would be prevented im sure.