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Man Uses 3D-Printed Gun to Murder Wife

That was the plot of a recently aired episode of the show Elementary on CBS:

..."Attempting to prove a rich man killed his wife, Sherlock, Joan, and Lestrade pour over evidence. Refrigerated milk leads them to visit the suspect’s house where Sherlock discovers a chipped nail, leading him to the conclusion that the gun was printed using plastic and melted in acetone. Tracking 3D printer purchases leads them to the body of the suspect’s handyman, and plastic fragments found on the scene prove Sherlock’s hypothesis that the man printed a gun to kill his wife and killed the handyman to clean up loose ends."...

View the episode here: http://www.cbs.com/shows/elementary/episodes/212398

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That is what Hollywood is

That is what Hollywood is for. If the boogieman doesnt manifest itself in real life, you simply make a fictional account and the mush brain masses wont know the difference when they make policy decisions against it later. Predictive programming at its finest.

We all share this eternally evolving present moment- The past and future only exist as inconsequential mental fabrications.

Or, when it actually happens, everyone will shake their heads

and say, "why oh why do people do such things?"

Christians should not be warmongers! http://www.lewrockwell.com/vance/vance87.html

Bucking for the Matt Drudge school of headline composition?

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Leges sine moribus vanae

Bump for unexplained downvote.

'Bump.'

even Teddy Roosevelt disdained pandas

Lol

Lol