:!: [color=red]Firstly I wish to state that I didn’t open this thread. Obviously the moderator has taken the liberty on my behalf without my consent or approval. I expect that this will not happen again.[/color]
I furthermore wish to point out that I didn’t involve myself into the part of the discussion which was about speed limits, I just stated facts to correct a statement made, it was not an opinion.
As such I have not taken any position for or against anything there (here, wherever …).
Of course the phrase “Speed doesn’t kill - speeding does” was my ‘invention’, so don’t flame me for that.
Now to the question:
No it’s not right as I explained: Guns are made for killing people, car’s aren’t. That both can be the cause of death just relates in a wider sense, but guns have nothing to do with speed limits. Not to mention that the actual topic was something entirely different.
If you wish to turn this into a new topic please do so, but do it under you own name next time. :x
Yes I do agree with that statement as it is put here (if we also include ‘intentionally use’ and neglect that technically the bullet does cause death *), i.e the statement is not related to anything else, it’s out of context of the earlier discussion and looked at independently. Now care to explain what merit this ‘literal diversion’ and my answer to your question has?
*) If you meant that with ‘inappropiate use’ then it’s fine, no need to discuss semantics but I just want to be sure you don’t trick me here. Once the cat got burned it will be more cautious next time … (or however you translate that)