This, in paraphrase, is a playback of our conversation.If a court decision does not address something, that means there is no decision on it. Volokh points this out, and your hot take is that "one of those awful libertarians agrees with me"? Where does he agree with you?
(Tom, thumping chest) Caetano grants stun gunz to the universe, it's unanimous. Dred Scott never had it so well.
(Joe) dogballs. Eugene Volokh sent me. You better tell Dred to keep that thing under his roof.
(Tom) Blah blah, the people are good to go with stun guns. Rah rah, no kumbaya.
(Joe) Mr. Volokh offered that the decision does not approve these things outdoors.
(Tom) Mr. Volokh said no such thing. Careful now, don't tread on the pompoms.
(Volokh, insisting) The Caetano Supreme Court opinion thus doesn’t decide whether the Second Amendment applies to possessing stun guns — or any other weapons — in public places.
(Joe) Amen, Alleluia.
(Tom) Okay, Volokh said it, cuz no court addresses/blesses ouitdoor gunz (slinks away)
(DeadEye Dick) Wha…?
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