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The other simple safety rule is to keep the weapon on safety until you are ready to shoot. Following this rule, you don't have to worry about someone else picking up your weapon and accidentally pulling the trigger in the process or the trigger get snagged on something and accidentally expend a round. This gives you a good backup to rule #3. You can break one or the other, as long as you don't break both.
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I actually think that, deep down, xians KNOW that their beliefs are completely ludicrous. That is why the GOP is so against kids learning critical thinking skills. Anyone with half a brain can figure out that religion is nothing but childish delusional superstitions, so the only way to maintain that "faith" (in other words, the only way to keep people stupid so you can control them), is to deny them critical thinking skills.
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