Of course we do. That's obvious. What's less obvious is the need for Fork Control. Can you imagine the damage that could done by a crazy wacko with a fork. At the minimum we need a Fork Background Check and a Fork Registry.
OTOH, Spoons look pretty safe, at least for now.
Lock up the crazy people and we can put an end to the madness.
Have you ever seen what a spoon can do as an eye-gouger-outer!!??
“Can you imagine the damage that could done by a crazy wacko with a fork.”
Hmmm, I got a fork in the barn for pitchin’ hay and for cleaning manure out of stalls...it has 6 sharply pointed tines made of steel, about 2 1/2 inches between the tines. In fact, I’ve got two (2) of ‘em out there. These are so fast firing that I could poke holes in a body with all six tines in one thrust (think one trigger pull)...my full auto forks. :)