All Potentially Dangerous Things Must Be Regulated in California

“(A)nyone can log on and download the plans to produce (3D) guns. We have to regulate anything that is potentially dangerous. Period. The fact that the internet makes it easier to get these things makes it all the more necessary to have regulations in place.” – Demonstrator in Opponents of Del Mar Gun Show demand board prohibit 3D-printed guns [via cbs8.com]

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  1. avatar TrappedInCommiefornia says:

    Ban all the things!
    No more pools!
    No more cars!
    No more coffee!
    No more marijuana!
    No more…

    1. avatar No one of consequence says:

      People.

      Yeah, that’s where this eventually leads.

      1. avatar ROBERT W says:

        SkyNet, it’s not the genocidal artificial overlord we need, but it’s the one we deserve right now.

        1. avatar Forward Assist says:

          Well then, I assume CA is regulating the volatile organic compounds and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons offgassed from 3D printers when they extrude the guns. Those fumes are more dangerous and more indiscriminate than a plastic gun that will blow up in your hand.

      2. avatar anonymoose says:

        They were actually serious about labeling coffee cups with “known in the State of California to potentially cause cancer” because trace amounts of some possible carcinogen can show up during coffee roasting.

        1. avatar JasonM says:

          Practically everything in California has that label, thanks to prop 65. Really, they should just make one giant label and stick it on the entire state.

        2. avatar Tom Williams says:

          most states have…… ” morons”

    2. avatar RockThisTown says:

      . . . ladders.
      . . . bicycles.
      . . . rope.
      . . . 2x4s.
      . . . anything with a motor.

    3. avatar kevin says:

      There was once a push to ban black cars in CA. Not limos, all cars that were painted black. The theory was that black cars get hotter, therefore use their a/c more, therefore are less efficient and use more gas, therefore contribute to air pollution. No shit. Thankfully, that was full-retard, and someone realized that you never go full-retard. (That person has since been banned, so stay tuned.)

      http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2009/03/the-great-california-black-car-crisis-is-over-for-now-at-leastthe-california-air-resources-board-said-friday-that-it-has.html

      Be glad you aren’t getting all the government you’re paying for.

      1. avatar PeterC says:

        In southern Arizona, there are only three kinds of people who drive black cars: undertakers, tourists and lunatics.

    4. avatar nativeson says:

      Ban:
      Sunlight
      Darkness
      Mountains
      Lakes and rivers
      Trees
      Tomorrow

    5. avatar BLAMMO says:

      If it saves just one spotted owl …

    6. avatar Bloving says:

      My favorite product warning label:
      “Remove child from stroller before folding”

      1. avatar CZJay says:

        They should have a product warning for California’s public schools: Attending this school system can lead to mental retardation.

        1. avatar SERGEY ARUSTAMOV says:

          That is soo cool man,love it!

        2. avatar KenS says:

          Dude……. this is my favorite comment

      2. avatar auldzalt says:

        On a Steam clothes iron: DO NOT IRON CLOTHES WHILE WEARING THEM.

    7. avatar That Deaf SOB says:

      No more stupidity?

      Can we just ban that and get back to work? Criminalize abject stupidity with mandatory re-education in logic and reasoning.

      1. avatar Toni says:

        some are too far gone to be re-educated. their brain has gone to nothing but mush

  2. avatar Mike Stone says:

    If we must regulate anything that is potentially dangerous, then we absolutely must regulate liberals.

    1. avatar Nigel the expat says:

      That was my first thought as well.

  3. avatar Cucamonga Jeff says:

    I suppose we should regulate shoelaces as well. They pose a potential danger of tripping and falling! All laces shall become property of the state! Velcro for all!!

    1. avatar John in AK says:

      You think that you’re being soooo smart, but remember that shoelaces can be used to strangle kittens, and can turn a partially-semi-automatic assault weapon into a semi-fully-automatic assault weapon! Without a license! They can choke small children if swallowed accidentally, and are commonly used to commit suicide and murder minorities! Many an innocent has been cruelly slain by tripping over an untied shoelace!
      Oh, you can laugh NOW, but just WAIT until a shoelace comes for you, or someone that you love!
      /sarc.

  4. avatar Geoff "Mess with the Bull, get the Horns" PR says:

    “We have to regulate anything that is potentially dangerous. Period.”

    Let’s start with 2 of the most dangerous thing of all –

    Knowledge, and ideas…

    1. avatar m says:

      although there are exceptions, legislate-whores & lie-whores = most dangerous & evil

    2. avatar Toni says:

      They are already trying to do that with the education system.
      Be a good little drone. The movie Disturbing Behaviour from 1998 kind of plays it out even though there is other mind control stuff going on in it as well. the difference between disturbing behaviour and the modern education system is that the modern education system is pure brainwashing and conditions people to be low wage drones rather than having a functioning and inquisitive mind.

    3. avatar Otoole2 says:

      If we could only keep them from exporting their lunacy to other states.

  5. avatar Time4Truth says:

    I got a paper cut yesterday so that’s gone. Only clay tablets from this day forward.

    1. avatar Gov. William J Le Petomane says:

      Don’t drop one of those clay tablets on your toe!

      1. avatar Geoff "Mess with the Bull, get the Horns" PR says:

        “Don’t drop one of those clay tablets on your toe!”

        That would make 15 commandments turn into 10…

        1. avatar Time4Truth says:

          HAHAHA. Well played! Great movie! Great scene. BTW – did you know Mel Brooks was a combat engineer in WWII? Weirdly the NRA had him on their anti-gun list but I can’t find anything anywhere that backs it up. Anyway…..

          https://www.usace.army.mil/About/History/Historical-Vignettes/Sports-Entertainment/109-Mel-Brooks/

  6. avatar BarryBlough says:

    Why do the least informed people try to regulate what they do not understand. 3-D printed guns are not as great a threat as “Zip guns” which are made from common everyday items, and are durable enough to last for more than one (1) shot. Plastic guns can also be made without 3-D printer, you know.

    1. avatar Gov. William J Le Petomane says:

      Not only do they not understand the things they want to regulate, they insist on continuing in their willful ignorance. You’d think the prospect of making a better argument would generate enough curiosity to do some research, but they have no interest in that.

      1. avatar CZJay says:

        They don’t need anymore information because they already graduated. Their degree qualifies them to talk about anything and pass any law they feel is necessary. They are intelligent, caring and well educated, which is why they are the only ones that should be able to run the world.

    2. avatar FedUp says:

      Plastic guns can also be made without 3-D printer, you know.

      And it doesn’t take a 30 hour print run (or multiple 30 hour prints before one comes out right)

      https://www.ar15.com/forums/ar-15/Fruity_Ghost___DIY_100s_of_ARs_cheaper__faster__gentler_/4-676733/

    3. avatar Casey says:

      No, they don’t know.

      They don’t know anything except what they’re told to say, because anybody who so much as seeks to understand guns (even for the purpose of banning them) is toying with forbidden knowledge, and they must be silenced less they spread the evil.

      Like the Canadians burning the whitehouse, the confederate states, and internment camps, all knowledge of guns must be erased, because everyone knows that those that controlling the narrative of history is key to a double plus good society.

  7. avatar tdiinva says:

    The Liberator pistol is more dangerous to the user than the potential victim.

    1. avatar CZJay says:

      All you need is a barrel/liner insert, but the whole point is to make it out of plastic straws.

  8. avatar Green Mtn. Boy says:

    Commiefornia must be regulated in to expulsion from the union.

    1. avatar Jeff says:

      Giving up territory just moves the front of the battle.

      1. avatar CZJay says:

        Umm… Have you seen the result of the California exodus? They are taking over Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Las Vegas, Texas, Arizona… Texas and Arizona are still at the early stages.

        If you kick California out of the union they will have to survive all on their own and the U.S. can stop migration from that area legally. Illegal immigrants won’t be able to affect U.S. politics like they do now.

        1. avatar LarryinTX says:

          We may need the wall in a different location.

    2. avatar Southern Cross says:

      If California seceded from the union, how long would it be before Mexico annexed the state citing prior historical claims?

      California, be careful of what you want. The world is full of unintended consequences.

      1. avatar Unrepentant Libertarian says:

        Every thing north of Sonoma CA was originally claimed by the Russians. Russia built Fort Ross to stop the Spanish/Mexico from coming further north and Mexico settled Sonoma to stop Russian expansion further south.

      2. avatar Raoul Duke says:

        Hell they want to be with Mexico at this point with the amount of ass-kissing they do to illegals including giving full citizenship to those who are not even English speakers but illiterate in their own frickin’ language!!

  9. avatar No one of consequence says:

    This reminds me of the line from The Mask: Somebody stop me!

    Only, these people mean it seriously.

  10. avatar A Deplorable says:

    Maybe we should just regulate blind-ass ignorance…make it a felony to make any public statement with any factually incorrect or false information in it. Make it a felony to repeat any such statement made by anyone else. Make it a felony to report for public consumption any such statement in any news media.

    1. avatar Rincoln says:

      This is actually a great idea. No 1A infringement. You can say and do those things all you like. There’s just consequences to your (highly detrimental) actions.

      The only problem would be the difficulty in rolling back “the truth is what we say it is.”

  11. avatar Shire-man says:

    I had one of these nuts come walking into my place of business holding a brick. Apparently the brick had fallen into a landscaping feature that is basically a giant pile of rocks. He brought the brick in because he worried somebody would use it as a weapon or throw it through a window.

    I asked if he was planning to gather up the rest of the rocks.

    Silence.

    The zombie hordes walk among us.

  12. avatar Bob Jones says:

    The real danger in California is the Mexican Reconquista. The unarmed anglo-smurffs will be quickly dispatched by heavily armed Cartel Sicarios and National Guard units sympathetic to the return of California to Mexico. Non-welcome people will be herded out of the state with only the clothes on their back.
    Coming within a decade or two. Can’t wait to see it happen.

    1. avatar CZJay says:

      Indigenous people from Mexico are very dumb if they continue helping the Spanish speaking Europeans conquer the North American continent. Look what happened to them after they aided and abetted right after the Europeans landed on the continent. They still have that slave mindset, which is why they should remain in their ancestors homeland.

  13. avatar barnbwt says:

    Probably cheaper & easier at this point to put the disclaimer on only the things that *aren’t* dangerous/carcinogenic

    1. avatar FedUp says:

      About twenty years ago, I see a sticker on electronic equipment, something like “Warning, this product contains lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer in pregnant women (who eat radios)”.

      It was then that I realized the people of the state of California had collectively lost their minds, probably from eating too many lead-soldered electronic devices.

  14. avatar former water walker says:

    Ban Commiefornia! Calexit I say😄

  15. avatar Wiregrass says:

    Isn’t everything in California already regulated? I mean there are plenty of substances that are only known to cause cancer in California and pretty much nowhere else.

    1. avatar BehindEnemyLines says:

      Warning, The State of California contains chemicals known to The State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm.

  16. avatar FedUp says:

    Opponents of commercial gun sales stand up in opposition to homemade guns…

    So, you don’t want us to buy them, and you don’t want us to make them ourselves, you must not want us to HAVE them, eh? Good luck with that.

  17. avatar RetMSgt in Pa. says:

    I’m waiting for California to ban sales of Di-Hydrogen Monoxide. That stuff is dangerous!

  18. avatar Sheep dog says:

    “Those who would give up ESSENTIAL LIBERTY, to purchase a LITTLE TEMPORARY Safety, DESERVE neither Liberty or Safety”

    “(IF) You make yourselves Sheep, the Wolves will Eat You”

  19. avatar Gun Owning American says:

    Ban liberals, they are known to cause harm to anyone with a dissenting opinion.

    1. avatar Ing says:

      Warnng! Progressivism is known to cause California.

  20. avatar Ralph says:

    “We have to regulate anything that is potentially dangerous. Period.”

    In modern history, nothing has proven more dangerous than speech.

  21. avatar GoD says:

    Ban Water, Bathtubs,Showers,Stairs they all injure and kill more than guns.

    Hippies don’t use water anyway.

    1. avatar CZJay says:

      They have a plan to regulate water usage because “climate change.”

    2. avatar Scoutino says:

      Slow down with the water banning. You have to realize that water is even in bourbon.

  22. avatar Al says:

    Banning stupidity would be cheaper and more efficient than anything else. I say test every one in California for IQ levels, and everyone under, let’s say 110, should be banned out of their misery.

    1. avatar Scoutino says:

      Or at least banned from influencing public policy.

  23. avatar Ron says:

    So says people who support a “nanny” state.. I submit that the only things which need to be banned are “law makers” at the state and federal level who push for which are in contradiction to the Constitution For the United States of America.

  24. avatar Draven says:

    Those protesters were always outside the Del Mar gun show anyway.

  25. avatar Brewski says:

    Start by regulating politicians and marxists.

  26. avatar Gunr says:

    Ban those trashy looking pants with ragged holes all over them!

  27. avatar Nanashi says:

    Except illegal aliens. They can kill as much as they want and get out the next day.

  28. avatar FedUp says:

    Proposition 65 was enacted by the voters in 1986, to warn about things that could contaminate drinking water.

    There are now 843 substances, like Aloe Vera, known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or reproductive harm.
    https://oehha.ca.gov/proposition-65/proposition-65-list

  29. avatar CZJay says:

    We have to regulate anything that is potentially dangerous. Period.

    Oh… Now I get why they “regulated” black people and indigenous people. I guess that explains why most of the people you see protesting against self preservation are older white women who are better off than most people in the world. Period.

  30. Looks like the next American Civil War is still on-course. A fight for our very Freedom’s and Liberty. To prevent communist mob rule and turncoat politicians–unmasked as closet Authoritarians! Coming in the future, to town/city/state near YOU!

  31. avatar Icabod says:

    Ban anything that’s dangerous?

    “Ban Politicians Now!”

  32. avatar KenS says:

    California is the short bus of the US. These people must all be retards. Maybe Trump needs to build as fence around it and be done with it. Give to Mexico.

  33. avatar Michael says:

    California, where everything not prohibited is mandatory…best selling bumper sticker in all surrounding states, “I don’t care HOW you did it back in California”. 30

  34. avatar Denny Davis says:

    Ban all liberals…they have been known to hurt and intentionally attempt to give away their own country.

  35. avatar Alan says:

    Devil take the anti this, that and the other thing crowd..Give their demonstrations all the attention they deserve, none this being something our elected servants or rulers must be made to understand.

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