Guns N’ Rosaries

Just heard on CBC news that the US government considers churches and gun shops to be ‘essential services’ …

… words … fail …

28 comments on “Guns N’ Rosaries

  1. Suzanne says:

    Over here it’s bottle shops and hairdresses! Gun sales are up but the state government has placed limits, thank goodness.

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  2. Sue Vincent says:

    No gun shops here…churches closed, but alcohol shops are ‘essential’.

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  3. Unbelievable priorities

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  4. Ian Hutson says:

    Some businesses in England are likely to notice that the down-turn continues for them after this is all over with (please let it be over with, and let me – and all others – be alive then). Canal businesses who provide essential services are shutting up shop – not leaving open things like water taps, septic tank sluices and rubbish points, just locking up and going home. No-one would expect them to open as usual, but they could – as many others have – leave stuff unlocked, supervise from a distance, check and spray and wotnot out of hours, and keep themselves safe at the same time. I’m sure that I am not alone in saying that provided I live, I will always remember this, and those total-closure businesses will never see another brass farthing from me. Not vindictive, just a sane reaction to their demonstration that I can never ever rely on them. ;-(

    Aside from that it’s all rosy here. We have no national “lock-down”-exit strategy whatsoever, no trusted news sources at all and a half-hearted and confused approach to infrastructure and services that is leaving everyone looking puzzled. 😉

    To the closed businesses I say this – I have bolt-cutters and crow-bar (pry-bar, I think, in translation). They can sue me and I’ll be happy to explain to the judge, in great detail!

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  5. Fail indeed – far out, makes me so grateful to live in Oz … it’s all about perspective, isn’t it? 🙂

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  6. Olga Godim says:

    Gun shops? GUN SHOPS? Churches too – they are places of gathering, they should be closed, like movie theaters. People with faith could pray anywhere, can’t they? They don’t need churches. But gun shops? However I look at it, I can’t see how it could be ‘essential’. Makes me scratch my head. Good thing, I live in Canada.

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  7. That be your dumb clucks. I live in California where we have a good share of them. Fortunately for us we have the “f*ng libtards” in charge at the present. Last week, a local official in a nearby town in the next county ordered a gun store to close because the local public health dept. decreed it was a non-essential business. I wouldn’t be surprised if the dumb clucking powers that be put their nose in this case.

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  8. Toilet paper and alcohol seem to be the essentials here in Brisbane.

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