Sunday, November 30, 2008

So CVS Pharmacy can do without any of my money

since they're acting with the gun ban weenies:
Guns are completely safe -- as long as they're unloaded, locked away, and never touched. But as soon as a bullet enters the chamber and a hand nears the trigger, guns become a serious hazard to children. In the United States 2,852 children and teenagers died of gunshot wounds in 2004, and more than four times that many suffered acute injuries -- many of them in the home.

Of course, the surest way to protect your child from guns is to keep them out of his life. The American Academy of Pediatrics strongly urges parents not to store guns at home
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And, as proof that bogus numbers will be repeated forever by these people,
If you think you need a gun for protection, consider this: According to the AAP, a gun in the house is 43 times more likely to kill a friend or family member than an intruder.

And so forth.

CVS, goodbye. Which I just told them with their contact form.

4 comments:

Fire said...

I knew there was a valid reason for never going into that place. I'll be spreading the word around here too.

Mattexian said...

Hell, I didn't like them since they bought up Eckerd's, and also plowed up a corner shopping center to put their one store there in my town!

Cargosquid said...

he CVS site is down. Too much traffic?

"The page you're looking for kidsguns doesn't exist. It may have expired from our site, or you may have tried an incorrect URL. We're sorry for any inconvenience.

We're constantly updating our site with new information, so you should be able to find other pages of interest. Just use the search box (top left of this page) or click on any of the links on the left to explore our site."

CVS Job Applications said...

That's a sad occurrence. CVS can be like that sometimes.