AJim Carrey Mocks Gun Lovers in 'Cold Dead Hand' Video

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    • Nov 2012
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    Not even Hollywood loves Jim Carrey...guy got looked over for is solid dramatic role in The Truman Show...nevertheless, the guy needs to keep creating comedy and movies...and not worry about what kind of gun I choose to possess for my protection...

    I love his rant about non-lethal protection...not sure the antagonist in the situation is going to use non-lethal attack methods...
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    Republican5150 wrote: #194
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    @TheViper Absolutely. Twice on Sundays.
    @Republican5150 So you say.

    Clint Eastwood - Dirty Harry
    • Jul 2012
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    Mr. carry is only doing what he knows best and that is being a Bafoon. His kind of comedy is fading. His movies are growing fewer, and, so he grabs headlines to re-Invent Himself. The pretense of and sleezy display of such a noted and respected Actor of Charlton Hesston is His high water mark. He's not fit to kiss Mr.hesston's shoes, much less fill them.
    • Sep 2012
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    dances-weebles wrote: #226
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    @Medicinebow i said that the uninitiated freeze, trained or not. one can shoot at spots all day long... and even pictures of people, but they know that it isn't real. they're only pretending. one of the most difficult things that anybody will ever face, however is the taking life of another perso...
    @dances-weebles Good question. I'm not in to jewelry or TV's. The only jewelry I have is some watches and they are in the gun safe. I really couldn't care less about a tv. Would I shoot someone for stealing a tv? Unless my life is threatened the answer would be no. My wife and I really aren't in to expensive things. There really is nothing in my house worth dying for.

    I guess I could put a sign on the door stating "There is nothing in here worth dying for" That should do the trick.
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    This is the same guy who worked very hard to convince people about the evils of childhood vaccinations. Last time I checked, the number of children dying of vaccine-preventable diseases was reaching a twenty year high. I have no respect for Mr. Carrey's views on any topic.
    I agree. Whether or not the point or message is good, the messenger is a buffoon.
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    Is this really worth commenting on???
    • Feb 2013
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    And this is news.....why? He must be desperate for work, money and attention. It often happens as movie stars age.
    • May 2012
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    Medicinebow wrote: #244
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    @dances-weebles Good question. I'm not in to jewelry or TV's. The only jewelry I have is some watches and they are in the gun safe. I really couldn't care less about a tv. Would I shoot someone for stealing a tv? Unless my life is threatened the answer would be no. My wife and I really aren't in ...
    @Medicinebow probably should. the fact is, however, that if there's nothing in there worth dying for, then there's nothing that you and your wife can't walk away from, correct? you could pick up your dirty socks and nickers and move tomorrow without any great loss, right?
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    Hasn't he already done that talking out his a** thing?
    What do you expect actors live in a fantasy world. When they shoot and get shot nobody dies.
    • Aug 2012
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    Another clown whose career is fading & will do anything to stay in the spotlight. Just another Jerry Lewis clone - decent talent , but his life as a Hollweirdo has dulled his senses as to what real life America is all about. Who cares what they wear , what they eat or what they think ? Go vote for the candidate you support , like we do - shut up & go home. Your opinions mean nothing .
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    EzraBlade wrote: #4
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    He just became someone I like less than Michael Moore.
    Remember on 'Living Color' when Jim Carrey had a bit where he talked out his butt? It appears he's out of fresh material so back to his talking out his a$$.
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    dances-weebles wrote: #248
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    @Medicinebow probably should. the fact is, however, that if there's nothing in there worth dying for, then there's nothing that you and your wife can't walk away from, correct? you could pick up your dirty socks and nickers and move tomorrow without any great loss, right?
    @dances-weebles Oh we have things that are simply not replaceable. Family items.....things unlikely to be stolen. How would you replace a deceased child's artwork?

    And that's the message someone breaking should get.....there's nothing in there worth them dying for. But if i'm in bed and someone is breaking in I probably won't spend a bunch of time trying to figure their intentions. What if what they wish to steal is a life?
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    Medicinebow wrote: #252
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    @dances-weebles Oh we have things that are simply not replaceable. Family items.....things unlikely to be stolen. How would you replace a deceased child's artwork? And that's the message someone breaking should get.....there's nothing in there worth them dying for. But if i'm in bed and someo...
    @Medicinebow i can see your point, somewhat. but i've never heard of anybody breaking in just to kill someone. there has to be some sort of provocation, doesn't there? i mean like someone jumping out of bed and hopping out into the hallway with a gun in their hand... hell, i'd shoot them, too.
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    @Robbo03712 I don't know what you're talking about . Gun show after gun show in state after state are found to be selling without background checks. Gun shows are specifically targeted in legislation after legislation both passed and proposed at both the state and federal level. I have no idea ...
    @jessejaymes hey Jesse I'm curious what you think on what I stated above
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    @jessejaymes hey Jesse I'm curious what you think on what I stated above
    @Robbo03712 Seems to me you made my case.
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    @EzraBlade Carrey making an anti-gun video isn't "forcing his agenda" on you. You chose to comment -- I wonder if you even bothered to watch first.
    @Zazziness the problem is exactly as you pointed out...Carey is entitled to his opinion, him making that video is his right. It's my right to say his is a world class asshat. But at least I watched the video.
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    ASmith wrote: #29
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    If you don't like it, don't watch it. Nobody's forcing you to. Or is that the problem, the rightwingnuts and those with small penises "think" they are being forced to, the same way they want to force their agendas on others?
    As for who is forcing thier agenda on who, I think your a bit biased. Typical liberal behavior is to tell me how I should live, think and feel. When I disagree then I am told I am against freedom or I am a bigot. I enjoy my 32 oz soda and my AR15 yet people want to tell me how I should feel about both. So much for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. As for the insults over genitalia isn't that a bit junior highish?
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    SavageMazx wrote: #257
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    As for who is forcing thier agenda on who, I think your a bit biased. Typical liberal behavior is to tell me how I should live, think and feel. When I disagree then I am told I am against freedom or I am a bigot. I enjoy my 32 oz soda and my AR15 yet people want to tell me how I should feel about...
    @SavageMazx Tell you how to live think and feel? That's called a free exchange of ideas -- that's considered a good thing. It's how differing ideas get weighed and considered in a free society.

    It's when people make laws that criminalize how you live, think and feel that you have reason to get uppity. And I think the laws against soda are pretty darned silly. I don't, however, think it's silly to tell you that if you drink gallons of soda every day, it is bad for you. See the difference?
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    dances-weebles wrote: #127
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    @keyfitter i taught marksmanship and combat readiness in the military and the most common thing that that the uninitiated does is freeze in an emergency. when it comes to pulling the trigger they think, instead.
    @dances-weebles Maybe some of the criminals think when they have a loaded gun pointed at them, but some of us are not uninitiated either. Guns and knives
    are just tools to make getting rid of a threat easier.
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    They say ole Jim is bi-polar and would not pass a fireamrs background check. That being said, funny song.. but why not mock someone who can mock back?

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