Concerning American Exceptionalism

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Submitted by Anson E. Long, Jan 7, 2017 18:17

Herein lies another example of our Second Amendment's utility--although a little study/practice of even some unarmed defense methods would no doubt enable the ladies to inflict a good dose of shame on assailants.


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