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Allow me to tell you a tale.

On the way to the scene of a suicide, Dr Alan Drunkmund passed someone hanging from a tree. He mumbled "tragic" under his breath.

He then passed under a bridge, noticing a corpse on the ground. "How unfortunate", he shook his head, "A high fall"
Dr Drunkmund continued on his journey. His legs were getting sore, so he decided to borrow a car from his neighbour. Upon opening the garage, he noticed his neighbour dead in the car. Carbon monoxide poisoning.

"Won't be needing this anymore", he took the car and drove on.
During his drive to the scene of the shooting suicide, he noticed a body laying on train tracks. "Mental health needs better funding", he grimaced.

Dr Drunkmund finally arrived at his destination. Upon seeing the body of the shooting suicide victim, he shook his head in regret.
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"New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern proposes a national registry for firearms that remain in private hands, presumably to ease the task of confiscating them during the next unthinking panic."

#TriggerChange #cdnpoli #StopBillC71

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"Unfortunately, New Zealand isn't unique in surrendering individual rights and respect for liberty to the panic of the moment. We need look no further than our own country for examples that are as bad or worse."
"Do the people of New Zealand know that they're playing into the hands of a murderous, racist thug?"
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Today is #December6, the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. Today we remember. *Beginning of thread*
We remember the 14 young women who went to class the morning of #December6, 1989 not thinking that they might not leave the school alive.
We remember Geneviève Bergeron, a second year engineering student who played clarinet and sang in a professional choir.
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