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Brazil's Gun Ban Voted Down

Last week, the citizens of Brazil voted not to ban gun sales despite their nation having one of the world's highest murder rates. What do you think?
  • "Good. Without a heavy dose of pain and sorrow, Brazilian music wouldn't be worth listening to."

    Laurie Selmon Systems Analyst
  • "Sometimes, being number one in the world in murder rates is better than not being number one in anything at all."

    Clark Loeffler Art Therapist
  • "This bit of news will greatly aid in my stereotyping of Brazilians as not only a party-crazy, bikini-waxing people, but also as a gun-loving one."

    William Metz Metallurgist

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