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How embarrassing. Sister catches her little brother twerking. Hilarious, yet sad as well.

This video is a liberals wet dream. If you take away toy guns from little boys, I'm pretty sure this is what you get. Poor boy is far to young to be making these sexual motions, but hopefully his sister catching him will make him think twice before doing it again.

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This is/was a weird thread, but there was something written below on which I wanted to comment. (I flatter myself that anyone actually reads my posts and might find them interesting, informative, or at least curious.) In any event, base1aransas "threw the BS flag" on me below. I have no intention to offer parenting advice---you may do as you wish. You may call my parenting BS. However, please read carefully base1aransas' post. The key operative phrase there is the following:

"I knew what they were and I knew they were OFF LIMITS."

My point is precisely that people like you, base1aransas, who were given toy guns, were not allowed to use real guns. My children have and use real guns routinely. They are being raised in a different manner than most other people. Under such circumstances, I have determined it's a bad idea to use toy guns. It takes a great deal of experience to develop muzzle awareness and safe firearms habits. And even when you have that you can get careless and screw up. Don't ask me how I know. In any case, there was no BS in my post precisely because guns are NOT OFF LIMITS to children in my household. As a result, toy guns are defacto off limits.

Or let's put it this way: You or others may think such an approach is BS, but you should note the crucial difference. Then ask yourself: Given the world we are bringing these kids up into, is it better for them to have toy guns or be responsible enough at an early age to handle real ones?


the casual attitude a child would develop from playing with a toy gun could possible transfer to a casual attitude handing a real gun. Better to make it a serious venture from the get go.. If that's what you meant? I get ya and I agree~

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Toy Guns

I have two daughters so toy guns have never really been an issue until recently.

Before i continue I'm from the UK so the population of my geographical location has been indoctrinated over a few generations to believe that regular people should not be allowed to protect themselves.

As a result of this indoctrination we are not legally permitted to carry anything that could be used as a tool for protection. seriously, if you were being mugged and you used a knife to protect your person you be arrested and charged for carrying said tool.

I have not fallen for the propaganda and remain firmly entrenched in my belief that a human being has the right to protect themselves using whatever tools they feel necessary to do the job.

Anyway my girls got toy guns that fire nerfs from their grandparents, and before they had even taken them out of the wrapper i informed them that when using them, they must always be pointed in a 'safe direction'

that safe direction is and always has been the curtain below the window. never at each other, my girls are 3 and 9 and play together all the time.

I'm teaching them in advance how you use tools, that can cause harm to others if abused, in the way they are intended to be used.

Its just common sense. Like you teach your children with real firearms, i will eventually do the same with my daughters.

Not here in the UK of course (even our national shooting teams have to practice outside the UK because of the restrictive nature of firearms legislation in this country) but in the US.

My parents live in Illinois and they have asked me if they can take the kids to the firing range the next time we come over. During our last visit i took the wife for the first time and she loved learning something new. While I'm happy for them to learn how to use a firearm id like to wait until they are at least in double digits and id like them to 'want' to do it. there will be no forcing it on my girls.

Ill simply explain to them that a gun is like any other inanimate object that you don't know how to use the first time you pick it up. you get someone to teach you so the potential for harm from said inanimate object is reduced to as close to zero as possible! Ill then let them decide

good on you for teaching your kids about guns

this weird thread

seems to be about dancing VS guns.
here's both: el pistolero

"Break it down!"

Hooo! Hooo! hoo ho hooo hoo!

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

At least he was not..

At least he was not Twanking

All 3 of my boys dance to music and try copying adult dancers

Dancing is sexual suggestive, as is music and its rythums... we humans, young and old have been dancing to music around the campfires of thousands of years... fail to see the problem here, but I do see that its cute and funny. And all 3 of my boys routinely play with toy guns shooting themselves and imaginary monsters - so sorry, don't get your contention that this is a "liberals wet dream. If you take away toy guns from little boys, I'm pretty sure this is what you get. Poor boy is far to young to be making these sexual motions, but hopefully his sister catching him will make him think twice before doing it again." -- sadly for you, your sexual & political puritanism is showing. Please put it away back in the closet, or better yet, just grow up.

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To each there own - we had toy guns and bb guns growing up

And in the days before paintball guns were invented - we used to go around shooting each other with the bb guns - and no we had no protective gear on and no - nobody ever shot an eye out.

I am happy to say that even having served in the Marines Corp Infantry - I have yet in life to shoot someone with a "real" gun. Go figure.

Of course, if dad KNEW we were shooting each other we would have been beat senseless and wish we had been shot in the eye. That's the difference between now and then I guess.

Of course- we were never allowed to watch the kind of things they put on ABC Family - never mind primetime these days.
We never had a stream of instant porn via the computer(part of me IS envious on this point)
We were actually told to go get lost all day and play - our parents weren't worried we were going to disappear - or god forbid - actually get a scratch on us(I actually can remember mom questioning us a few times when we came home WITHOUT scratches and cuts - just seemed fishy to her).

In short - I guess times change - we progress - for what that's worth(to me - not much).

While I wouldn't give my kids

While I wouldn't give my kids toy guns, because I don't want them to disrespect the real thing, this kid's father needs to sit down with him for a long talk.

What Planet are you people living on?

It's called dancing! It looks like he is dancing the dance from "Single Ladies".

And how are guns more acceptable than dancing to music? That is an absurd and disgusting statement.

You are literally part of the problem with America today.

So guns are disgusting eh?

A person is disgusting for introducing their children to guns than dancing?

I think you typed in the wrong address, it's spelled http://Dailykos.com not http://DailyPaul.com

You've done nothing but berate guns and gun owners as of late. Why don't you nut up and post your stance in the 2nd amendment forum.

"Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of liberty."

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are you kidding?

I have always believed people have the right to guns. Sorry buddy.

Find one comment where I said I dont believe in the 2nd! You can't

Are you?

I said you berate guns and gun owners. Anyone can look through your posts and see that. It's plain as freaking day. So if you believe in the second why don't you tell me what it means then. Should be easy enough.

"Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of liberty."

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no proof? then stfu!

and get help


I knew you were a troll. Every other shitty post of yours is a sneer at guns and people who have them. Put out your stance chicken shit, I never said you were against the second amendment even though i suspect you are. That's why I told you to nut up and post your stance over there.

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In my household...

We have never allowed the children any toy guns.

It not a good mix, when you expect children to be responsible enough to handle real guns.

In fact, it's a bit of a misstatement "not allowed." We simply never gave them any. And they never had much desire for any beyond crude homemade wooden ones, because they understand well the difference, and why guns are not toys. (And they also know (real) guns can be great fun when handled responsibly.) For the same reason, we don't do airsoft and such things. If a firearm is ever pointed at a human, one should be ready to take responsibility for that person's death.

I agree. People can't grasp

I agree. People can't grasp that pretending to be cowboys and crap like that is something fairly new. More than a century ago kids didn't go around with fake guns (or any fake weapons) pretending to kill people. It's a modern problem since the western movie era came about, and it shows. Back before movies kids were taught to use real guns, and taught that they were a tool. Nowhere in that older society did anyone make light of guns or their image. I applaud you.

Please come join my forum if you're not a trendy and agree with my points of view.


My neighborhood kids and I played with toy guns for years, I received many for presents from grandparents and great grandparents. The whole time the REAL guns were in an unlocked gun case. I knew what they were and I knew they were OFF LIMITS. I respected my parents because they told me the truth!

Toys are for pretend. Period.

See comment above


I think his post

was directed at ramicio. Ramicio gets a lot of "bad press" here.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

When I was a kid, all boys had toy guns.

The only rule I can remember my parents setting concerning their sons' use of them is that they weren't allowed to point them at adults. That was to forestall the temptation for them to show disrespect while pretending to shoot bad guys.

yup, guns are not good or bad, they are tools

but certainly shooting and killing should never be deemed acceptable behavior for children ever

What on earth?

If some predator breaks into my house, shooting and killing him is absolutely deemed acceptable and perfectly appropriate behavior for any and all of my children who are capable of doing what needs to be done.

The situation is similar with shooting and killing an animal. There is no celebration in it, but it is a job which needs to be done and needs to be done well. And any of my children, certainly from the age of 9 or 10, are quite capable of shooting and killing.

Its called BPA

Estrogen Mimickers.

Ron brought the Liberty movement together, Rand is expanding the crap out of it! :)

On the bright side:

At least he is getting some physical activity instead of setting in front of a boob tube.

I love my country
I am appalled by my government

Are you one of those boys

Are you one of those boys shouldn't dance men?

I am unfamiliar

with this term "twerking" in which you speak.

"Twerking"? Is that what they call it these days???


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