And so you got Eris, whom I would describe as the arbiter of unintended consequences, the modern-day version of chaos, strife, and discord.
Take two instances. The first is the gun printer's website (which gets enough buzz as it is, so I'll not mention it here) and the please-arrest-me-so-I-can-set-a-legal-precedent in-your-face stance they take. (Ironically also reinforcing-statist-controls-by-affirming-through-legal-means-that-the-government-insures-your-rights by winning any legal precedent). Their big deal is Thingaverse prohibits gunprinting. On the other hand, their website is part of the Freedumb movement and is liberty incarnate (their version, the only real version), and will thus accept any and all designs without prejudice.
Fine. Take advantage of this offer. Flood their site, in kind of a denial-of-service spime attack, with every cute-sie knick-knack, tschotske, bric-a-brac, fandangle, curio, thingamajig, curio, precious moment, hello kitty design artifact that you can think of. Better still, let some hijacked computers think of it. They say they will deny nothing. Take it over the top. See how they like freedumb.
"Missouri, don't let Kansas show you up! I'm pretty sure federal gun-control laws include the prohibitions on automatic weaponry and military munitions like flamethrowers, rocket-propelled grenades, things like that. So, I say, entrepreneurs, set up shop in Missouri and start cranking those domestic machine guns and RPGs, and by all means, make them freely available to all. No restrictions. I really, seriously want to see the big round O on the legislators faces when motorcycle gangs with AK-47s get the insurgency going full on. With any luck, maybe a few of the windows in their gated communities might shot out. Maybe one of their babies' heads struck with a stray armor-piercing round from a mile away. Maybe their stretch limo gets hit with a proudly-locally-made M40 grenade.
One can at least hope.