Do you think gun safety issues get too much or too little attention?
KTVZ Asked by KTVZ
492 Votes

Do you think gun safety issues get too much or too little attention?

Too much

9

Too little

2

Too much

9 Comments
Kevin Nik Myles Hayward
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Kevin Nik Myles Hayward

The term gun safety is just another term for gun control. And the only people gun control measures control are law biding citizens. Gun control will never regulate a lawless citizen who is hell bound to commit a crime.

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W.L. Cee
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W.L. Cee

It's dishonest to reframe the issue as "gun safety" when what is clearly meant is "gun control." The general population is abhorrently ignorant of laws already in place. I find it disturbing that so many people are afraid of an inanimate object rather than the person wielding the object.

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snowzone
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snowzone

Irresponsible people wont pay any attention to them while responsible people already practice them.

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Gun safety is better then gun control

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Kevin Nik Myles Hayward
Kevin Nik Myles Hayward

These days they mean the same thing

Mark Mueller
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Mark Mueller

This probably wouldn't be an issue if the gun laws that were already on the books were enforced. There is no "gun show" loophole as promoted by the media. Enforce the laws we have and keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill via "honest" background checks. Don't punish the law abiding citizen.

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Marcus Ainsworth
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Marcus Ainsworth

there is an agenda to disarm the populace and the media and the democrat party are one and the same, so the subject gets air time and propagandized

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

Gun control only hurts honest citizens, it does nothing to stop criminals. Chicago has the the most strict gun controls and has the highest gun violence. More good people with guns, yes in schools to stop bad people from killing, period. All these school shooters could have been stopped. Strength.

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

When will the liberals...Democrats understand that this is a people problem not a gun problem? If someone wants to do harm, they will get a gun and of course will not follow any law. Start holding people accountable, bring back drug laws and uphold the police!

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Too little

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Alma
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Alma

Are you kidding? Oregon has made it very hard to purchase a firearm with a law that is so poorly written a 5th grader would blush. It's pathetic and one more example of unconstitutional BS from Oregon.

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Lynn Huntley
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Lynn Huntley

Gun control does not mean "they" are going to come and take away your guns. If you buy and register your guns properly and lawfully, there should be no reason for "them" to take them away. Regulate what can be sold, yes. You don't need an AK or AR to hunt with.

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Do You Want to See a Standalone Hulk Film?
Waira Asked by Waira
5293 Votes

Do You Want to See a Standalone Hulk Film?

Hell Yes

16

Nah, Doesn't Work

0

Hell Yes

16 Comments
Mike Aronow
2
Mike Aronow

The Hulk has always been my favorite superhero, all the way back to the Bill Bixby/Lou Ferrigno TV series. The Mark Ruffalo version is great and I'd love to see him get his own film.

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Mariah Raichert
1
Mariah Raichert

Because when Marvel owns the Hulk movies, then maybe they’ll do it right and Mark Ruffalo played the best Hulk and Bruce Banner.

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Monica Russell
1
Monica Russell

Simple reason. We need more Mark Ruffalo as Hulk. I never once doubted he could be an excellent Bruce Banner/Hulk

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Sentinel Magnus
1
Sentinel Magnus

Yes see mark Ruffalo in a hulk movie with the John Truman script

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Savannah Marcum
1
Savannah Marcum

Because he’s awesome

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Lisa Clayton
1
Lisa Clayton

With Mark Ruffalo! I could never see Edward Norton in the role, even though he is an awesome actor.

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Waira
Waira

Ruffalo could add so much depth to the character. It would be awesome to see.

Nolan pusch
0
Nolan pusch

there is already a stand alone hulk movie. there are multiple actually.

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Matthew Santos
0
Matthew Santos

they are already planning it

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Geekvolution
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Geekvolution

If it's taken seriously and Banner stops being a joke. Hope the distribution rights revert back to Marvel somehow.

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Ceiba Mcgibbon
0
Ceiba Mcgibbon

Because Mark Ruffalo is the only good hulk so we need a good hulk bc the Incredible Hulk suck sorry not sorry

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Jesse Stone-Kingsley
0
Jesse Stone-Kingsley

Justice for Hulk to be tough enough

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Ashley Garren
0
Ashley Garren

As long as it mark I'm happy

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sarah janito
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sarah janito

give mark ruffalo what he deserves

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Everything Nerdy
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Everything Nerdy

They've done such a great job of developing a story arch for the hulk in the MCU without being able to do a solo film. A standalone hulk movie is exactly what the MCU needs at this point.

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Nah, Doesn't Work

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Do awards shows on TV matter to you?
Dear Abby Asked by Dear Abby
6 months left

Do awards shows on TV matter to you?

Yes

1

No

10

Yes

1 Comment
Patricia Quiroz-Alfaro
0
Patricia Quiroz-Alfaro

I vote for my favorite actors and awards also give me an idea of what I want to watch. Other than that winners don't matter to me.

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No

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Lrac Snave
1
Lrac Snave

Haven't watched any of them in decades. Who wants to see some very rich celebrities pat each other on the back and tell us all their political views?

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Anna Chaya Hoffman
0
Anna Chaya Hoffman

Makes zero impact on my life

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Jethro Born
0
Jethro Born

The only awards shows that I ever watch are the CMAs in Nashville. The rest, which originate in California, aren't worth the powder to blow them up.

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BarbJ
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BarbJ

Not interested in celeb political views.

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seaweed349
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seaweed349

There are better things to do with my time.

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Cheryl Gafner
0
Cheryl Gafner

Too polarizing now. 🙄

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Tina Bouthillier
0
Tina Bouthillier

I used to at least over a decade or 2 ago but it is so political now, that I really don't care any more

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Joyce Koch
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Joyce Koch

To many commercials

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