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    • I moved out from my parents in the suburbs to the ghetto and this ain't further from the truth. Dude got shot in the gas station next door like 150 feet away and I didnt even know. Tis life
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    • anyone who grew up around actual gunshots knows this is wrong af lol
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    • Ohio lmao
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    • My neighbors always light off fireworks. But the one time me and my friends did fireworks, two groups of neighbors decided they wouldn’t get out fireworked by some teenagers. The neighbors ended up having a firework battle that lasted 20 minutes strait. That was a fun day
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    • Motherfuckers say shit like this and grew up in a gated community where there isn’t a minority for miles. Shut the fuck up.
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    • A real American would not be confused, commie spy.
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    • "One is illegal in your state and it isn't the gun" nigga shut the fuck up. That's what the second amendment is FOR
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    • Both loud, but sound a lot different. In Chicago, on the 4th the police use special devices placed around the city that detect gunshots during the loud fireworks explosions because criminals used the fireworks shows as an occasion to take out their enemies and hide their gunshots.
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    • Cry, Europeans. Ban more silverware. Fuckin vampires
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    • Unlike this yellow belly yankie I am a true red blooded American and can tell the difference between the two because I’m not retarded
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    • They sound different and guns are good.
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    • Both are legal here... We fired off $1500 worth of 500 gram firework batteries in our postage stamp sized subdivision lot last 4th... Pretty sure THAT wasnt legal (especially since one fell over and went off at nearly street level setting off about 5 car alarms and blasted some siding off our house)
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    • Plot twist: it’s both at the same time
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    • They sound distinctly different, if you are familiar with firearms you could tell.
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    • Fuck the ATF all gun laws are unconstitutional, do the patriotic thing and collect as many unregistered machine guns and high explosives as possible
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    • Had to delete my neighborhood app because people are retarded and post "did I hear fireworks or gunshots just now" like anyone actually cares. Like stfu its just my old chevy backfiring.
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    • “Guns bad they sound like fireworks and mass murder happen constantly because of them!” -drooling retard who either run away or simply shit themselves and pass out in the face of any remote sense of danger
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    • School version: popping a chip bag or balloon vs gunshot
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    • Honestly if you can't tell the difference, you should move out of the states
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    • It is most certainly illegal to discharge a firearm in most states
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    • Welcome to Texas y'all
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    • Start a bruh chain
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    • Its almost like its because theyve never heard a gunshot and dont know what to listen for so any loud pop sounds like a gunshot to them
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    • When you live in a metropolitan area so both are illegal but it's actually heavily conservative so nobody cares. That's when it's a real guessing game.
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    • Fellow Europeans, most of the gunshots (outside of major crime ridden cities) you hear are either hunters or law abiding citizens plinking on their own property. :)
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    • But a gun shot and a firecracker are pretty easy to tell apart
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    • Hardmode takes place in Florida
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    • Saint Louis city. Usually you hear a scream or bullet wiz if it’s a gun
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    • Actually if you live in a rural area in Texas it’s legal so I hear them all time going off around my house
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    • Its a good meme but firecrackers sound nothing like a gun
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    • Imagine being cucked by jews and having your guns confiscated and banned.
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    • No. Firing guns for no reason is illegal in every state for one. They’re. A human right. Fireworks are not. Liberals deserve death.
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    • Firework- one boom. Gunshot: Two booms close together. This is because bullets have to break the sound barrier, so they create a secondary boom when fired
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    • Fireworks arent illegal in the state, they just need to be popped out of city limits.
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    • To be fair you cant protect yourself with a firecracker
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    • Fire works can cause a fire if used wrong. This is a retarded post
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    • Insane mode: your next to the school
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    • Yall ever just launch some fireworks over a lake cuz all the crap wont land in ur yard
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    • What is that dude talking about when a gun shot does off, the police are definitely called
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    • I live near a range And people will always be doing fireworks so I never know if I’m about to get shot or blasted
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    • Oh yeah, Minnesota time
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    • Chicago be like
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    • Firing in a residential area is very illegal.
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    • Try living in the South!
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    • Scary how accurate this is.
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    • Bonus: using birdbombs. It's like a firework but fired from a shotgun
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    • Yeah an American didnt write this
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    • Gunshots echo.
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    • Figured out why city boys don't drive lifted trucks
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    • Too accurate
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    • Bruh, this happened last week at my high school. My school has outdoor hallways, and I was walking through one with my friends, and we heard a loud POP, and a couple kids around us ducked, it was some kind with a firecracker, it was funny.
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    • My new years Eve in a nutshell
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    • As opposed to other countries where it’s always a gunshot lol
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    • Yeah my buddy ended up getting shot in his house just like 2 blocks away from my house shit was crazy
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    • This is only if you live in a ghetto area......
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    • Third thought: car backfiring
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    • It never occurred to me to be worried about gunshots until I had my girlfriend over and she was scared of the gunshots (I live in the middle of nowhere Amish country)
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    • I don’t think gunshots echo? Isn’t that like the main way to tell the difference.?
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    • It’s pretty easy to tell tho
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    • We dont play with fireworks in my neck of the woods. Maybe a handful on the 4th but the rest of the time its guns
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    • Beast challenge mode: its July 4th in Memphis, Detroit or Chicago
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    • we recently installed Ring in our home and i gotta say this is so true. you would get a lot of neighbour update asking "did i hear gunshots or fireworks?"
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    • I recently moved to Texas and experience this often
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    • You’ll know the difference when you hear it
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    • I work in EMS and every New Year's Eve and 4th of July we play a game called "Gun shots or fireworks?". You sit outside and all those participating put money on the table. When you hear a pop, everybody takes a guess. If the alarms go off within minutes for a GSW, we know it was a gun. Winner =$$$
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    • 4th of july would be a great day to cover up a murder
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    • Why did you invert colors lmao
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    • Legit my univ was having a celebration and it sounded like gun shots going off I was mad confused till I remembered the event
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    • White people say shit like this but live in a gated community.
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    • You better stay inside at 12 on new year's day or you might get hit buy a stray falling bullet
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    • Nah you've never heard a gunshot if you can't tell the difference
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    • Extra challenge mode you find out that it's a gun and your homie with the trump flag is the target and you almost get shot point blank in the face over political views and the cops do nothing about it (true story)
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    • We hear gunshots and hear nothing of it, we even have an outdoor gunrange
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    • Fireworks and guns sound really different, it’s tough to imagine someone mistaking the two
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    • I heard someone say gunshots don't echo. Like yeah, the person who fires hears the pew-eooooowwww. But you don't hear the initial P. Like the CLAP doesn't echo for guns but the BOOM echoes for fireworks? I dunno. Someone validate or ruin this for me IDC.
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    • Fire works aren't illegal were I live
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    • I honestly don’t understand women, like you brag about being able to work 16 hour shifts in the hospital yet you can’t have a simple meal prepared for me when I get home from drinks with my boys?
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    • Lmaoooo #compton bois
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    • What it’s like living in Arizona 😂
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    • Fireworks echo, gunshots don’t
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    • This is no joke
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    • "If you hear the shot it wasn't meant for you." - Samuel L. Jackson
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    • It's hard, becauase my crackhead neighbors always start with fireworks at 4PM on the 4th😐
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    • It’s all about climate change, fire crackers burn shit down bullets take away possible co2 usage throughout their lives.
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    • If you don’t live in America, this is actually what happens
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    • Ok but like fr it be like that every time
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    • I live near some woods so alot of people like to hunt. I'm not personally into it but the rise of gunshots during hunting season is always weird
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    • I was walking to work on the 5th of july n found a bullet on the side walk
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    • So tru tho
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    • Playthrough Hard Mode: New Years Eve at 12:00
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    • ..the accuracy...
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    • I'd it's the 4th then it's always fireworks
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    • Im from the south. We call guns on the fourth of july redneck fireworks, and we go through a box of ammo every fourth
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    • I was in Pittsburgh during the 4th of July and it sounded just like the days before, except probably fireworks on the 4th
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    • everyday
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    • Bro thats third world country too
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    • So I was just chillin one day and heard some shots. It’s not uncommon out where I live, typically people hunting or sighting their guns. Then it turned into full automatic fire. I’m not talking fast semi, it was full auto. I got shook
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    • Challenge challenge mode: you’re in Detroit, Camden, Newark, or any other dangerous ass city
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    • Inverted colors. Why tho?
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    • Several people got hit by celebratory gunfire near me
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    • If you knew literally anything about firearms you'd know fireworks dont sounds like a gun shot... like at all
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