How to wisely choose your self-defense weapon The issue of self defense is based on the eternal question of choosing the right tool for you. Concealed carry is not necessarily limited to carrying a gun. Somebody might feel more comfortable with a taser or pepper spray and sometimes you just simple don´t need a gun to protect yourself.
I feel as if the pain that a criminal would feel from being tortured, without any moral or ethical considerations, is worth it if it saves a life that would otherwise be lost. One response to the Dirty Case is that interrogative torture, such as the technique used by the officer on the kidnapper, is not effective. Steinhoff argues that this is incorrect because sometimes the torturer does get what he is looking for as in the Dirty Harry case. To further defend against this response, Stein a One-Million-Pains-To-One-Kill-Gun argument. With this argument, essentially a person is being shot at by an aggressor and is eventually going to be hit unless they were to fire a gun with a 1 in 1 million chance of immediately stunning the aggressor to avoid being killed.
One reason to keep guns in the hands of the people is fairly simple, but its impact is highly underestimated: guns stop criminals and in some cases prevent the crime before it even begins. Criminals are less likely to commit a crime with a gun such as mugging if they believe that there is a chance that they will get shot in the process. In situations a bit more extreme such as mass shootings, guns owners have the ability to take out the shooter and prevent a much greater loss of life from happening. According to an article published in Investors Business Daily, “A major factor in determining how many people are harmed by these killers is the amount of time that elapses between when the attack starts and someone is able to arrive on the scene with a gun” (Lott). Often times civilians with concealed carry permits are on the scene much sooner than possible for law enforcement.
Serenity, Montag. Peace, Montag.” Fire, a dangerous tool the firemen use to control public activity, symbolizes peace to some, as it cleanses their society of what they’ve considered more dangerous than the act of destroying property and people. Montag burning Beatty to death being the most obvious example of fire being powerful within the book, yet “Fire is bright and fire is clean” (pp. 59) As Michel Foucault says, “Freedom of conscience entails more dangers than authority and despotism.”
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Closing statement: The debate about gun control is inappropriate, because it does not go far enough. Only a completely ban of privately owned firearms can help drastically reduce the number of firearms related deaths and save countless lives. Without a doubt, the proposition of a complete ban of firearms will be met with fierce opposition. Critics will point at their eagerness to hunt, shoot for recreational purposes, and use guns for self-defense. However, recreational hunting and target practice are hardly basic rights that must be preserved at all costs.
To every positive there is also bound to be a few negatives to follow. Disadvantages of not having concealed weapons could result in bad situations to an extent of maybe even death. The author writes, “But no matter how trustworthy you might be, you have to reckon with the price we all pay for the thing you enjoy.” Sometimes people just happen to open up the wrong can of worms and get themselves into trouble with dangerous weapons like guns. Without guns, the deer population will increase enormously and rapidly because people will not be killing them off, which could lead to a development of too many deer.
It can not mine anything that is flammable. The Ray gun can also be used as protection for civilians. When sold to civilians it can only stun the person that is shot with it. It is against the law to use it in any other way other than for protection.
The last but not least method that could be used is to have everyone carry around pepper spray. This could be used if an innocent person was in a close proximity to the person that had the gun. Again, it would stop the person but it would not be lethal if it was to be used on the wrong person. There are many other ways to protect students and faculty without the use of guns which are one of the most deadly weapons that could be
1/2, l. 16). There is a stronger use of metaphors in the text however, with examples like, “Power is a drug and they feed the addiction” (v. 1, l. 3) and, “Heard of many mercenaries getting’ with the clever pimp” (v. 2, l. 10). Particularly hyperboles have not been used sparingly and a great example is by the end of both verses, line 15, “If you try to speak out they will stamp on your tongue”. What the speaker means to say is that you are not allowed to speak up against the antagonists of his rap but not that they will literally stamp on your tongue. It creates a visual image and could be considered a metaphor since it compares someone making you quiet with stamping on your tongue.
However, the public will deem the search excessive use of force on the accused performed by the RCMP officer. This search would increase public outrage regarding excessive use of police powers as they believe the search could have performed in a less intrusive mean. Furthermore, the “throat hold” should not be performed on anyone especially females as it can result in health complications (Atherley & Hickman, 2014). However, it is necessary to note that the “throat hold” is a common practice used by the RCMP drug squad to prevent drug traffickers from destroying evidence. This practice is not illegal as it is used to prevent the swallowing of drugs that may be in the accused mouth that will aid in substantiating the charge.
This picture contends, how lance Armstrong looks when he is off drugs. The pump represents drugs and it shows that if lance Armstrong has no drugs on him, he won’t perform as well and get an advantage over other competitors. The illustrator has used Exaggeration in this cartoon. It’s not possible for a human body to be deflated which draws the audience in, due to the fact that he is pumping ‘Truth’ into himself. The illustrator has also used a visual metaphor.
The worst thing that could happen is, when you get into a sticky situation and need your gun, you pull the gun out and pull the trigger and nothing happens, because you decided to shoot cheaper ammo at the range then just trying the ammo you are actually going to be
Because of the physiological effects many drugs are illegal and so are a form of formal disobedience. 2. “Now I agreed with alacrity. I was on a ketamine roll” (pg. 4). The eagerness to try ketamine again could point toward how addictive the substance is, or it may just be because he is already familiar with the drug.
The problem is real, but so is the ability to change it, and obviously the methods already in place are not alleviating the issue as it is. It is easy to just say pour resources into the police force and perpetuate the war on drugs, but this only causes more tragedy through the incarceration of citizens and the other detrimental effects that drugs have on the community. Those that create laws are those that have the power to enact such a bill, and it is in the best interest of everyone that resides in Tempe. It doesn’t have to be a tragedy, as it should not be, so make it a progressive change for the sake of those living in the