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PA Bill Number: HB102

Title: In hunting and furtaking licenses, further providing for eligibility for license.

Description: In hunting and furtaking licenses, further providing for eligibility for license. ...

Last Action: Referred to GAME AND FISHERIES

Last Action Date: May 24, 2019

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Hollywood Lies: Fun facts with Tom Arnold: 80 percent of gun owners shoot themselves or a family member :: 12/03/2018

Can we just be done with Tom Arnold? Again? Just put him back wherever he was before he starting making up stories about having secret tapes of President Trump. We’ve never watched “The Hunt for the Trump Tapes with Tom Arnold” — how’s the hunt going? Did the Secret Service give him any clues while they questioned him?

As Twitchy has reported, Arnold’s recently been filling his free time trolling Chris and Dana Loesch on Twitter, although he won’t take Dana’s advice and report the NRA to the FBI as a terrorist organization, which he insists it is … and yet he does nothing. And in case you were wondering who knows more about guns — Loesch or Arnold — this next tweet should clear things up pretty quickly.

This explains why 80% of gun owners shoot themselves or members of their own families.

— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) November 30, 2018

What now? Eighty percent of gun owners shoot themselves or a member of their family? Why isn’t this massacre on the news?

— Gary Eaton (@garysteveneaton) December 1, 2018

math is not your “thing” is it

— Andrew S. (@shoutingboy) December 1, 2018

Where did this statistic come from😂😂

— DJ Snyder🎒🌊 (@djsnyder98) December 1, 2018

His brain

— Don'tBanShan (@shansmith) December 1, 2018

— Reacher said nothing (@Caper29b) December 1, 2018

He’s correct. Take into account around 64% of gun suicides by gun owners and accidental gun death by families who own firearms.

— Kate (@sia_sivra) December 1, 2018

And then take into account the tens of millions of gun owners in the United States and realize you’re both full of crap because we don’t have millions of shootings each year.

— moodyredhead (@moodyredhead) December 1, 2018

Show your work, please.

— (((Cory "Gr8ful" Emberson)))Ù† (@pursueliberty) December 1, 2018

With a population of 325 million, and 43% of them owning guns (140 million)…you’re implying 112 million of them have shot themselves or family members. Oh, I know…why confuse your rhetoric with the facts.

— GPW (@lets_go_psu) December 1, 2018

— Warfighter (@08devildog) December 1, 2018

Your logic astounds me

— Steve Kenny (@stevek925) December 1, 2018

I know where you got your stats, @CNN and fact checked with @MSNBC right? #Classic

— Marcus Baumann (@primal_eye) December 1, 2018

I think Tom has a crush on @DLoesch and is just trying to get her attention.

— VivaciousLogic (@LogicVivacious) December 1, 2018

Tom I don’t own guns, my parents never owned guns so I’m not a gun person but what you just said was incredibly stupid. Basic math my friend

— Luis Garcia (@LuisGar55423491) December 1, 2018

— Steve (@SteverinoC) December 1, 2018

Are you mentally ill, stupid, or just a typical washed up lying celeb?

— Rob McNealy (@RobMcNealy) December 1, 2018

If 80% of gun owners shot themselves or members of their families, that'd be a minimum of 100 million casualties.

Nice to see that the blue checkmarks are on top of it, as usual.

— Akitaro Watanabe (@AkitaroWatanabe) December 1, 2018

93.227% of statistics are made up on the spot.

— Tim T (@TimT_Texas) December 1, 2018

Tom, I live in a rural area and I have carried a weapon legally 24/7/365 for many years. All my adult children do, and everyone I know does. I have never known anyone who shot a member of their family, themselves or had an accidental discharge. There is no such statistic.

— Jane-Alexandra Krehbiel/Author (@JaneAlxKrehbiel) December 1, 2018

I was just thinking the same thing. I've been around firearms and people who own firearms my entire life and haven't met one single person who shot themselves or a family member. I'm no spring chicken either….

— Trevor Johns (@JohnsTrevor) December 1, 2018

Assuming you’re right, the campaign against gun rights can stand down and let things run their course. In no time at all, the few that survive will voluntarily disarm.

— John Martin (@jmartin224) December 1, 2018

— Thoward (@thoward_1) December 1, 2018

Literally the most inaccurate percentage to date. Thanks for the laugh.

— Dave Evans (@The_Dave_Evans) December 1, 2018

I feel a ratio record in the making

— Dave Reeves (@OzarkFinesseGuy) December 1, 2018

— Everlong (@SeabassSaid) December 1, 2018

I’ll take statistical anomalies after an 🎱 for $800, Alex

— Marc (@domini213) December 1, 2018

May need to check the math on this one. 🤔

— Derek Sellers (@DerekLSellers) December 1, 2018

There are approximately 97,800,000 gun owners in the U.S. That would mean 78,240,000 suicides and / or family homicides.

You don't have much of your frontal cortex left, do you Tom?

— FilmLadd (@FilmLadd) December 2, 2018

80% huh? So 4 out of 5 gun owners I know have or will shoot themselves or somebody else? So weird. I have owned guns and been around gun owners for 40 years & so far it's been 0%.

Oh, I bet you were embellishing to make a point, using your vast comedic skills and intellect.

— Irish Johnson (@ridin_philthy) December 1, 2018

Is this what people actually think? That’s shocking to be honest. Households that don’t have firearms are more likely to be incredibly ignorant about them in my experience

— Richard Derscha Jr. (@rderschajr) December 1, 2018

Wow. Maybe math isn’t your forte. If that were true, then your problem would eliminate itself … literally.

— Ron Clark (@DrRonClark) December 1, 2018

This is the most nonsensical thing you've ever tweeted, and that's saying something. Please seek help.

— Ny (Formerly known as Brittany Rose) (@Brittany_207) December 1, 2018


Best-selling author becomes sporting goods salesman after balking at the display of rifles

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) December 1, 2018