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When I heard about the "No guns allowed" signs outside of some stores in the US, this was the first thing I thought of.

In Denmark we just have "no freaking beer allowed when will you fucking learn!?" signs.


28th July 2015

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2 years ago #9393368        
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So did he name his dog or gun 'fluffynator'? My money's on the gun, the dog is fluffynator II

1 year ago #9463186        
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Actually, we could argue those signs say "No Scottish terriers" and "No Colt 1911s."

So a Shiba Inu and a Glock should be fine. ;)

BTW, the NO GUNS signs don't always have force of law. It varies by state.

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6 months ago #9566946        
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Well who else was he supposed to trust with his gun?

1 year ago #9445985        
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And now that I've seen this comic, I've got the overwhelming urge to design holsters for dogs so gun owners can leave their firearms in safe paws when they go inside a store and have to leave both outside.

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2 years ago #9401549        
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Can you please make the dog holding the gun an avatar?

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2 years ago #9403324        
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y'know I was thinking about the amount of gun violence we have here in the U.S. and I had a thought. IF you look at most other countries the problem isn't as big. I mean I get the United Kingdom where it's next to impossible to get a gun, but what about a country like Canada where there are plenty of guns? Why don't they have as much gun violence? Is it because Americans are irresponsible morons?

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2 years ago #9391307        
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As an Australian & with quite a lot of strict gun laws here, I just don't understand why military-style weapons are allowed to be sold in the US. Why are utterly lethal weapons allowed in the hands of American people who aren't US military?

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6 months ago #9565153        
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Actually many Americans like myself that are armed at all times, most of us just conceal our weapons like expected and we ignore the signs. It is NOT illegal to carry firearms in establishments that try to ban them. The worst anyone caught armed inside will be asked to leave and if they refuse COULD be slapped for trespassing. Thats about it. The only places that are currently banned is public transport and Federal property. But most of couldnt give a rats ass about gun ban signs. I do it all the time and many of my armed compatriots do the same. We refuse to be disarmed in places where we could be harmed. Like if someone walked into a theater to commit a mass shooting I would light them up and save my own life as well as the rest of the people there.

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2 years ago #9429679        
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It's ok as long as he doesn't give the gun to Denmark and Sweden

2 years ago #9413368        
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More Fluffy!

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