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Hannah Ferguson (courtesy

“I feel like it’s good to have gun knowledge. I feel like a lot of people are scared of guns. They think they’re bad and they really don’t know anything about it . . . I feel like people should get more knowledge and understanding.” – Hannah Ferguson [via]


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    • Or at least gets “most” of it. Compared to that brainless twit Model (?), Chrissy Teigen.
      Hannah Ferguson is Hot, and at least (seems) to have a brain!

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  1. I hate it when gorgeous women are smart. I know I should be listening to them, but all that happens is I end up staring at them like an idiot, and then later I find out I’ve given them my wallet and a house.

  2. So, she knows that someone who wants to harm others can get a gun (or anything else) easily, yet she’s all for “background checks” and other nonsense about keeping guns away from the “mentally ill.”

    She may shoot, but she still has lots to learn. She “gets” about half of it.

    • I was thinking the same thing. She may be pretty but, someone needs to introduce her to the phrase “shall not be infringed”

    • Here’s the whole quote:
      The Texan born beauty believes there should be some kind of gun control, “maybe people should be tested or looked into more to see if they’re mentally unstable” before they’re allowed to purchase a firearm.

      Note what part they put in quotes and what part they didn’t. We don’t actually know what she was referring to, or at what point in firearms ownership or carry she was referring to, because, for some reason, they chose to exclude that part and put in their own words instead. This is a very common media tactic to use people’s word’s out of context.
      But take that into account with her next quote:
      “I don’t think they should be taken away from people because any bad person who wants to find a gun is going to find a way to get it and then what?” she asked. “We don’t have a way to protect ourselves? I feel like people should get more knowledge and understanding.”

      • She’s 23, well paid, and well traveled. She’s not a complete bobble-head that many in the skin-trade are, but c’mon. Don’t make excuses for her because she’s cute, and Jonathon – Houston has a bit more of a quote from her than should give you pause….

        • There’s a difference between making excuses and giving someone the benefit of a doubt.

          23 years old is still young and most people who are a celebrity at a young age tend to have it go to their head.

          That this gal seems to be headed in the right direction should be applauded and not denigrated.

        • I’m from the last of the non-chilidification generations, so I understand where you come from, but will disagree.

          I find the J-H quote far more illuminating than ‘benefit of the doubt’. If anything, it indicates a predisposition to the dark side. There’s always hope, just not as much as we’d like to think.

  3. Someone needs to explain to her the difference between feeling and thinking. She’s actually thinking but not taking credit for it.

    • Saying I feel this is a passive aggressive way to control the conversation. It sets up an inherent argument that i cant be wrong because these are my feelings. I’ve made note of your comment as it is an important distinction that I haven’t thought about before.

      • When they pull that feelings stunt with me, I turn it around in smarmy PC style. I tell them that their feelings are valid, that they have no control over their feelings, and that I respect their feelings.

        However……firearms freedomis a topic predicated on facts and logic, not feelings. Feelings are the primary currency for discussions of many topics, like art, literature, and love, but not firearms freedom.

    • This is a whole generational thing I see all the time. Somehow they’ve been taught that feeling is more valuable and legitimate than thinking, so much so that they downplay a valid thought process for emotional language.
      A few years ago I was asked to attend sensitivity training at work. It turns out that the younger folks in the office were scared because I didn’t use the phrase, “I feel” or even “I think”. I just state things the way they are. I don’t say “I feel like you should do more work.” Or “I think you should do more work.” I say, “Do more work”. Apparently this is difficult for the young ones.

    • Hmmm……think a little longer about that. Many marriages end in divorce and many of those proceedings generate scurrilous allegations. You wouldn’t want to lose your guns based on this beauty’s say-so and her other thoughts on guns, would you? You did read the source article for her other remarks, didn’t you? Here’s a gem:

      “The Texan born beauty believes there should be some kind of gun control, “maybe people should be tested or looked into more to see if they’re mentally unstable” before they’re allowed to purchase a firearm.'”

      Uh oh……

      • At least she is on Our side of the fence. Much easier to have a conversation and discussion with, as compared to someone against, simply spouting and regurgitating incoherent crap.

  4. One should look to the Hot/Crazy Matrix before making proposals of marriage.

    This Matrix explores one of the laws of the universe that states the hotter the woman, the crazier.

    Now like all laws about human nature, there are exceptions, in which a hot woman can be sane. These exceptions are known as Unicorns. In my 50+ years of experience, I have found one unicorn. They are exceedingly rare.

    I have to say the You-Tube video hosted by James Yeager, (yes, that Yeager) is a hoot, because it has so much truth.

    • I simply don’t believe unicorns are real. Granted, I’m only approaching 30 instead of 50, but I have only heard of them in fiction without any proof of actual existence.

      Don’t get me wrong, I do love my wife. I’m just saying if God forbid something happened to her, I know I wouldn’t want to waste my time looking for another.

  5. Cute…so what? So’s my wife of 27 years(a former actress). And she’s not a halfa’ fudd…

    • They say in 5 years you’ll have the wife you deserve, based upon your actions. Either one who hates you or one who still loves and respects you. Crazy people notwithstanding, of course.

  6. Good. We need beautiful people on our side, because, in the end, people take good looking people more seriously.

  7. Great! Now I know I won’t have to kick her out of bed when we’re done … assuming she doesn’t escape first.

  8. Hey, Just saw a Soma tv commercial with I believe Hannah in it. Soma sells attractive under-fashions for women.
    Hannah wears a little-bit, well.
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