I tell this story often. One day I swung by the local gun shop and bought a 5lbs keg of smokeless powder for reloading. The shop owner asked to see my Massachusetts permit before he could take my credit card. Now if I tell this to people who are sheepish about gun rights will often say that sounds reasonable to them. Then I tell them that after I left the shop I drove across the street, swiped my card at a gas pump and filled my truck up with gasoline without seeing a living soul. Don’t think gasoline is dangerous?
A New York City man was arrested and charged with murder after allegedly burning an elderly woman to death inside her apartment building elevator over $2,000 he claims she owed him
Sounds like she hired him to do some work, and in the course of the work he stole from her, so she fired him….and he murdered her when she refused to square up the bill.
And with gasoline, a dangerous, toxic, and flammable substance that anybody can buy without a background check, age check, or even seeing a living soul.
How’s that for “Common Sense”?