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05/09/2013

Where gun control, gay marriage, and pro wrestling collide

by Jeremy Hooper

Pro wrestler Jay Briscoe tweeted the following:

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Well that just seems dumb. I mean, when you go to jail for murder, Mr. Briscoe, all kinds of people other than you will be tasked with leading and teaching your children. I mean, sure, you can maybe impart some wisdom from behind that little screen whenever kids come visit you (because you'll be in jail for first degree murder, remember). But it seems to me like if you want to be there to teach your "values" to your child, you should probably stay away from the whole homicide thing. Just seems smarter to me.

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