Penn and Teller - Gun Control and Columbine





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Published on Apr 18, 2007

From Penn & Teller's TV series. Would gun control laws have changed Columbine?

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Gun control was in effect. It doesn't work.
Eric and Dylan were victims of relentless torment.  Guns or no guns.  They would've found other ways to carry out vengeance.
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an atom bomb cannot kill people without someone detonating it. atom bombs dont kill people. people with atom bombs kill people. Please, everyone. Lets legalize atom bombs for everyone to have.
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James Noonan
Gun control would have worked in the US if it was implemented maybe 100 years ago. These days, there are far too many guns around for it to have an impact. All the bad guys already have their guns, so to restrict access is more dangerous than not to
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That's why first world countries that aren't the US, that have stricter gun laws, don't have people shoot up schools
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This is the dumbest video I have seen these blokes do......The kids at Columbine could not have afforded Black market weapons if they were illegal...............So they wouldn't have access to them.....For smart dudes they are pretty dumb.........
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If you like to ignore statistics, this video makes sense.
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Sam Lorenz
I'm an Atheist, I'm educated, I'm not american and I am FOR GUN OWNERSHIP by the people.
mike enjoy
It's really quite simple. No guns-no gun violence. Not exactly rocket science.
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It's simple probability, less people have less access to guns = less chance of people getting shot.
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