Pressure cooker permit

Published April 30, 2013 1:01 am
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Remember the run on guns and ammo? Ladies, it's your turn to have a run on dangerous cooking and canning devices, like the ones used in the Boston Marathon bombs.

Get your hands on as many pressure cookers as you can before our federal government tries to regulate them with background checks, permits and cooker registration.

And carpenters, get your nails soon, or you may run out. Every kid with a Red Ryder BB gun, load up on ammo. Nails and BBs may be dangerous, so some in Congress will want them regulated or banned.

Everyone knows people don't kill people; it's guns, knives and pressure cookers that kill people. We may not have these "weapons" around because Congress will not address the true cause of killing and attacks.

Sick people kill and maim others, no matter what the device.

Steve Bartlett

Cottonwood Heights

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