Mitch BERG is walking through a pet food store. He rounds a corner and runs into Avery LIBRELLE, who is plastering “Simulated Meat Is Murder!” stickers on bags of dog food. Although BERG tries to evade, LIBRELLE sees him.
BERG: Aaaagh. Er…hi, Avery.
LIBRELLE: It’s time to institute universal background checks, ban clips that shoot thirty assault bullets a second, and get rid of assault AR47s.
BERG: Two of those things don’t exist, and one of them will have no effect on crime but burden the law-abiding citizen exclusively.
LIBRELLE: But if we save just one life, it’ll be worth it.
BERG: So saving “just one life”, no matter how improbably, should be the basis for policy?
LIBRELLE: Yep. Human life is sacred.
LIBRELLE: Nooooo! Some things are more important than human life!
(LIBRELLE puts bags of dog food around ears, runs from the store)