Growing up in NYC I was taught to “stay away from guns” for they were bad and killed people. Whenever someone said the word gun, I instantly thought of a burglar in a black ski mask. Guns are not a “way of life” in the north, something you hillbillies from West Virginia cannot understand.
The scars from the civil war have not been cauterized. As young children running about the play yard, we were taught to distrust and mock people from the south, calling them names and throwing moonpies at them whenever they’d appear out from their Dukes of Hazard styled automobiles. Many of you are surprised to hear anti-gun rants from northern conservatives, which is causing everyone throw sections of the constitution at one another. But you must understand, the great thinkers from the north do not feel the need to carry pistols. They believe government to be corrupt, yet benevolent. They believe, emphatically, that the government can be trusted by a factor of 1,000 over gun-toting confederates in the south.
People from Pennsylvania are just weird.
Here’s the different between a norther master and laborer from the south.
We wake up in the morning and eat bagels, hop on a train, filled with armed police, then go to work to collect our 7 figure salaries.
A worker from the south wakes up and cleans his pistol over a bowl of hot grits, hops on the tractor and plows the field for nine hours, shooting buzzards the whole damn time trying to eat his corn.
The reason why I am pro-gun lies in my deep distrust of the govenment. Plus, I still have a fondness for the constitution, unlike many of my northern colleagues up here. The militia ARE the people. Military grade power aka “the sword” was meant to be entrusted with the people in order to check a tyrannical government.
“The Fly” is into that sort of thing and never eats bagels, as a matter of fact.Facebook page