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    What symbols and colors would best represent the hidden inner working colors ofa gun?

    What symbols and colors would best symbolically represent the hidden inner working colors of a gun ?

    Would the hidden inner working colors of the firing mechanism of a gun be best represented symbolically by a dark blue area containing white stars in the upper corner, as the initial triggering of the cartridge's gun powder occurs first by primer-sparks in the upper corner of a gun ( from the cartridge's built in primer that is present in most all cartridges ) ? Would white colored stars be the best color because the primer sparks have many different colors ? Would very dark sad blue best represent the background color for the firing mechanism when the gun is at rest, as the gun sadly waits to be triggered in this very dark sadly blue firing chamber ?

    Would the hidden inner working colors of the barrel of a gun be best represented symbolically by alternating stripes of the two colors: red and white ? Would red stripes best represent the gun powder burning and the cartridge firing ? Would white stripes best represent the time of rest of the gun between the firings of the cartridges, as white light enters the barrel from the outside ?


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    Ohh...I see what you did there...kind of reaching aren't we?
    There is a lot more to America than violence. A lot more.
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    Ha. Pretty funny.

    Although the time and effort taken to think of that and post it for a reaction of anger, that I assume you want, could have been put to better use I think.

    Maybe you could have found a way out of your mother's basement? Maybe gone to the dentist to sort out those teeth? Fixed the BO issue? Or perhaps, you could have seen a shrink who could tell you that hating others for your own shortcomings is a pretty pointless and self destructive thing to do.

    Good Luck with life.

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