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(Slate)   Lest we forget: The deadliest school massacre in US history happened 85 years ago. 45 dead, 38 of whom were children. The perpetrator? A cranky teabagger mad about taxes   (slate.com) divider line 64
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2012-12-19 02:46:13 AM
7 votes:

armoredbulldozer: people that protest a wasteful and overtaxing government


The Tea Party is funded by the Koch brothers. It is used as a mouthpiece for their business interests. Remaining ignorant of this must be an incredible act of willpower.
2012-12-19 02:29:28 AM
6 votes:

Greywar: I brought up the bath school massacre to folks on my facebook a couple days ago when they went all gun control on me. Apparently my pro-gun viewpoint surprised them.



If you're saying we should regulate guns the way we regulate dynamite I'm sure you'll get a lot of support.
2012-12-19 12:20:16 AM
6 votes:
www.murderpedia.org
2012-12-19 02:35:51 AM
5 votes:

RamboFrog: I'll see your 45 dead at the hands of someone angry about taxes and raise you 7,500,000 killed by a person who believed in a centralized government and spreading the wealth around.



Begun the derp has
2012-12-18 11:07:09 PM
5 votes:
jeez, what a psycho. today, they'd give him a prime-time fox show.
2012-12-19 02:37:15 AM
4 votes:
Oh yeah, his father was a f*cking rich executive at GE -- That's 'General Electric,' as in 'General Electric Financial Services' as in "we're sofa king huge we don't advertise on TV"

/i can't begin to imagine what i'd do with 289K dollars -- and that biatch was getting it every year -- I wish I could see her brains blown out on her nice new bedspread while she fretted about the end of the farking civilized world -- fark you, honey
2012-12-19 12:07:56 AM
4 votes:
im convinced the newtown punk had loads of warning signs, but the parents hid them from authority.  vice presidents are probably pretty good at getting small town cops to ignore arrests that could have happened otherwise.  upper middle class family with a recent divorce... probably some real clues if they wanted to quit ignoring them.
2012-12-18 11:44:38 PM
4 votes:
Derp... Derp never changes...
2012-12-18 11:37:33 PM
4 votes:
Ellsworth writes that Kehoe once shot a noisy dog and killed his own horse because it was lazy. 
 
No warning signs there.
2012-12-19 07:56:54 AM
3 votes:

Ordinary Genius: Kesherz: Ordinary Genius: pxlboy: RamboFrog: I'll see your 45 dead at the hands of someone angry about taxes and raise you 7,500,000 killed by a person who believed in a centralized government and spreading the wealth around.


Begun the derp has

Not saying I agree with him, but why is this derp? Because its a faux pas to bring up the holocaust? Is it because he raises the stakes exponentially? Because it relates hitler to what is considered a leftist mentality? I legitimately want to know, because I don't really get the Derp about it, hitler did murder millions because of his view on government and its role.

Because he's not referring to Hitler. He's referring to Stalin, in a "Communism bad" cliche. Pure derp.

I realized it was Stalin later in the thread. I guess my real question is that why is it cool/funny to refer to the bath bomber as a tea partier, because he likely shared one viewpoint with them, but not okay to refer to Stalin who likely shared viewpoints with "leftists"?

I just don't get it on either side, really. I feel like it's like saying correlation equals causation. You could probably find multiple viewpoints that are shared by crazy people. That doesn't mean the idea itself is crazy. In fact, a few people pointed out that absurdity up in the thread.

Am I missing something?


I think you are pretty much on the correct train of thought. The USA is very divided by politics today. It seems to pervade almost all aspects of life, and more and more the conflict of political wrangling seems to be used as entertainment for some. I agree with John Adams that political bifurcation is quite possibly the greatest threat to the long term success of the USA. So many people have completley forgotten any pride in being an American they had, but instead claim to be ashamed of the country because XXXX in the other party ruined it. Guess what? Nothing revolutionary has happened, it is all exageration and political theatre designed to get you riled up and scared.

The only hope is for the rationale people trying to keep cool heads and who focus on the good of the country over the good of the party to speak up, and shame those on both extremes for driving a wedge into the United States. Comparing a tragic massacre from 85 years ago to a fringe political group today is shameful, because it is obvious there is no affiliation, it isn't like the Tea Party held this nut-job up as some sort of anti-tax hero to emulate. (In my personal opinion the Tea Party has lots of problems with their long-term thinking, but I don't equate them with elementary school bombers by any stretch). Making a veiled comparison between some unspecified dictator and his atrocities to ANYTHING going on in the American political system today is shameful because it both lightens the tragedy of the original loss of life, and serves only to propagandize for one-side, with absolutely no redeeming value with regards to having a worthwhile, substantive discussion.

Luckily, I don't think it is as bad as it seems, as invariably the ones with the craziest ideas are the ones yelling the loudest. The people who care about their fellow Americans more than any political affiliation will shake their heads, or just ignore the vitriol, and go on with their lives doing all the little things they can day-to-day to make the country better, because it all starts with a single person trying to live a good life.

/End Rant
2012-12-19 06:46:59 AM
3 votes:
Damn these massacre threads are depressing...

...that wasn't meant to sound as stupid as it does. Of course it sucks that a bunch of small children and schoolteachers were killed for no good reason, but children die in vain every day and it's no use letting it get you down. Even if you're solely concerned with American children, I bet America has found a way to kill more than 20 (or 38) of its children in the short time since the massacre, every bit as pointlessly (by abuse, neglect, accident, etc.)

What's depressing me is the fact that every thread touching on the massacre had been dominated by a shiat-flinging match punctuated by hand-wringing, pipe-dream "solutions" that wouldn't work if SCOTUS were dosed with ketamine, and frank hatred and scorn directed at diverse swathes of people for their ideology (i.e. bigotry). Some posters appear to lose sight of what they're damning, like a child in a tantrum over having a toy taken away who ends up stomping his toys. That's not far out from folks who respond to the killing of 27 humans by calling for the extinction of the human race or yearning to be banished from humanity -- practically in the same breath!

I'll try to contribute something like a respectable idea: I think that impeding access to weapons reduces crimes committed with those weapons. It certainly works with dynamite though, obviously, you'll never get perfect safety as someone will go to the effort to get hold of it. The difficulty with impeding access to guns is that this can be reasonably regarded as an infringement on the right to keep and bear arms, SCOTUS will only so far in allowing it, and it doesn't matter what noble and wise law you craft against guns if they toss it in the shiatcan before the ink dries on it. It has been noted that the 2nd Amendment is not as useful as it was in 1791 and is now more trouble than it's worth, and if that is so it must be changed or abolished through the amendment process, which is a lot of work but far more likely to do good than hoping that, if enough people complain loudly enough, SCOTUS will decide that it means what they want it to mean.

Even in the setting of a revised 2nd Amendment, there would be major practical problems with restricting guns in the U.S., at least in the foreseeable future, due to the peculiar nature of this country. Germany is supposed to be the worst country in Europe in terms of gun-related deaths. They have about 4 million gun owners in a population of 80 million, i.e. 5%. In the U.S. that figure is near 50%. This means that if we wanted to reduce deaths by restricting access, we would have to take all the guns away from (.45 * 315) = 142 million people. "Cold, dead fingers" rhetoric aside, this would be a colossal undertaking, hellishly expensive, years in execution, and inevitably attended with incidents that would make a school shooting look like high tea with the vicar. All this would put us in competition with Germany for last place, assuming that the 5% of Americans allowed guns behaved as well as Germans, and assuming that no other factors make shootings more common among Americans, which is patently false.

TL;DR? We could save people by getting rid of guns, but it would take a huge amount of work and determination extended over a long period. There isn't enough political will for that (yet) so we're just going to have to put up with the guns and try to minimize the problem by unsatisfying approaches that marginally reduce the rate of ghastly massacres.
2012-12-19 02:54:38 AM
3 votes:

urban.derelict: I wish I could see



Get help.
2012-12-19 02:54:37 AM
3 votes:

urban.derelict: Here we go. For those not paying attention:

1. His parents divorced in or around 2009
2. the father went out of his way to ensure hey paid much more than the minimum requirements
3. the father was not interested in custody of his minor son
4. the mother was collecting TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY NINE THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR alimony
5. the mother WAS TRAINING HER SON, ADAM, to use HER assault rifles at firing ranges, in 2009 at least
6. the mother was BRAINWASHING her son -- while raking in 289f*ckingthousanddollarsayear with BS fairytales on the collapse of civilization

Mr. Lanza has the deaths of 25 innocent people on his hands, and his nuts couldn't possibly be as huge as his dead son's.


Yeah, it's the Dad's fault. No, wait--It's the Mom's fault. No, wait--it's the assault weapon's fault. Shiat, I cant keep track anymore, just tell me who I should hate and what needs to be banned. Thanks.
2012-12-19 02:49:50 AM
3 votes:

urban.derelict: 3. the father was not interested in custody of his minor son

 
a.  the court would likely have let a 17 yr old choose who he wanted to stay with and
b.  custody of a 17 yr old?  what's the fncking point?
 

urban.derelict: 6. the mother was BRAINWASHING her son -- while raking in 289f*ckingthousanddollarsayear with BS fairytales on the collapse of civilization

of a Kenyan usurper
 
just as likely. neither explains what he did.
 
Just ANYTHING but "easy access to guns", right?
2012-12-19 02:40:05 AM
3 votes:
I listened to this inspiring TED talk PRX on satellite about about how drew stood up to a patent shakedown. And I read about a whitelist. and I thought about all the years I paid for totaaal fark. Then I remembered there was no way a bad headline about gettlefinger would get greenlit around last election time. I gave a bum on the street a dollar and called it a day.
2012-12-18 11:45:31 PM
3 votes:
Well, Sandy Hook wasn't so bad then.
I don't know about you guys, but I feel a lot better about this now.
2012-12-19 09:04:38 AM
2 votes:

L82DPRT: The current high score holder with a firearm, the Va Tech Piece Of Shait, used pistols and reloaded probably a dozen times. Short of confiscation, further restrictions will not work.

Before any more 2A restrictions let's see some First Amendment restrictions on news media mentioning the name of the shooter. I don't want to see shiat about these losers that commit these type crimes. Let's see bios of the dead and end of story. Mention the scumbags name? Pay a huge fine.

Ban first person shooter violent video games. Every last one. Sell a violent game? Pay.


You post this dreck in a thread discussing a massacre that happened LONG before video games existed, and yet you still blame video games? Are you farking thick?

Psychos existed long before video games. And they'll keep existing. The best we can do is make it harder for them to acquire weaponry (via stricter requirements for obtaining a firearm) while making it easier for them to get the psychiatric care they need.

If someone goes on a rampage because of a video game, they were crazy with or without the game. Period.
2012-12-19 05:34:23 AM
2 votes:
To all of my crazy aunts posting "This is what you get when God isn't allowed in schools" stuff, I'm pretty sure God was allowed in Bath, MI in 1927. The Amish school shooting a few years ago as well...
2012-12-19 03:31:30 AM
2 votes:
Taxes! Taxes made that poor, distraught man blow up those children! Therefore, we need tax control!

(Except for the part about the dynamite, he does indeed sound like a teabagger.)
2012-12-19 03:05:33 AM
2 votes:
Bath is one of the creepiest places I have ever been to. It's like the school bombing put some sort of curse onto the place so that the only thing that looks nice and kept-up is the bombing memorial and two relatively new schools right across the street. Everything else is just run-down, dreary, and deserted.

Also, for some reason that I absolutely cannot figure out and can't possibly be related to modern political discourse at all, the traditional narrative that Kehoe was mad about the high property tax assessments that ended up bankrupting him is being replaced by a new, more nonsensical account of him being upset at losing the race for township clerk, which he only ran for so he could lower taxes anyways. Don't believe me? Go compare the last revision to the Wikipedia article from before last Friday to the current one. I wonder what suddenly compelled people to change the established facts and motive behind something that happened 90 years ago?
2012-12-19 02:54:17 AM
2 votes:

armoredbulldozer: Why do you guys have a problem with people that protest a wasteful and overtaxing government?


My town has a local tea party chapter. The fliers they put up before every meeting have nothing to do with taxes, and generally include words that would get filtered on Fark...
2012-12-19 02:35:26 AM
2 votes:
Here we go. For those not paying attention:

1. His parents divorced in or around 2009
2. the father went out of his way to ensure hey paid much more than the minimum requirements
3. the father was not interested in custody of his minor son
4. the mother was collecting TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY NINE THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR alimony
5. the mother WAS TRAINING HER SON, ADAM, to use HER assault rifles at firing ranges, in 2009 at least
6. the mother was BRAINWASHING her son -- while raking in 289f*ckingthousanddollarsayear with BS fairytales on the collapse of civilization

Mr. Lanza has the deaths of 25 innocent people on his hands, and his nuts couldn't possibly be as huge as his dead son's.
2012-12-19 02:32:43 AM
2 votes:
I'll see your 45 dead at the hands of someone angry about taxes and raise you 7,500,000 killed by a person who believed in a centralized government and spreading the wealth around.
2012-12-19 12:27:06 AM
2 votes:

log_jammin: queezyweezel: Well, Sandy Hook wasn't so bad then.
I don't know about you guys, but I feel a lot better about this now.


*looks over the thread*
 
I'll be darned if I can find a comment where anyone makes that claim.


I don't recall ever saying anyone did.
2012-12-18 11:57:04 PM
2 votes:
Watering the tree of liberty...
2012-12-18 11:17:35 PM
2 votes:
I think he was mad that he lost an election.
2012-12-19 10:00:30 AM
1 votes:

urban.derelict: Here we go. For those not paying attention:

1. His parents divorced in or around 2009
2. the father went out of his way to ensure hey paid much more than the minimum requirements
3. the father was not interested in custody of his minor son
4. the mother was collecting TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY NINE THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR alimony
5. the mother WAS TRAINING HER SON, ADAM, to use HER assault rifles at firing ranges, in 2009 at least
6. the mother was BRAINWASHING her son -- while raking in 289f*ckingthousanddollarsayear with BS fairytales on the collapse of civilization

Mr. Lanza has the deaths of 25 innocent people on his hands, and his nuts couldn't possibly be as huge as his dead son's.


Mr. Lanza? You mean to tell me that stupid biatch couldn't have used some of that $289k on a gun safe or some trigger locks?
2012-12-19 09:05:41 AM
1 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: Your confiscation idea might, it's good that people are waking up to it.


Gun violence is down. Obviously we should continue what we are doing. Buying the shiat out of guns and locking up tons of criminals.

Libs are using sensational mass shootings to push their agenda.

I don't believe confiscation will ever happen.
2012-12-19 09:05:09 AM
1 votes:
If this happened today, the Congress would ban farm trucks and preclude farmers from running for the school board.
2012-12-19 09:00:17 AM
1 votes:
i.imgur.com
 
Wait, was there prayer in that school back in the 20s?
2012-12-19 08:59:20 AM
1 votes:

log_jammin: Ordinary Genius: but not okay to refer to Stalin who likely shared viewpoints with "leftists"?


The only important viewpoint Stalin had was "Keep Stalin in power and living the good life" and you won't find any "leftists" who agree with that viewpoint.


Hell, even Lenin - Lenin - didn't think Stalin should have been allowed anywhere near the Party leadership. He should know; they robbed banks together years before coming to power.
2012-12-19 08:47:42 AM
1 votes:

lar_m: I listened to this inspiring TED talk PRX on satellite about about how drew stood up to a patent shakedown. And I read about a whitelist. and I thought about all the years I paid for totaaal fark. Then I remembered there was no way a bad headline about gettlefinger would get greenlit around last election time. I gave a bum on the street a dollar and called it a day.


Considering that Fark is entirely user driven, both for news story submission and article comments, basically a script driven cash machine for Drew, Fark can take their whitelist-anti Adblock bullshiat and shove it where the sun don't shine.

You put an anti ad blocking banner up, I block the farking element the stupid thing is a part of, and then shiat on your chest. That's the Cleveland way.
2012-12-19 08:26:39 AM
1 votes:
Gelatinous:
 
The Tea Party is funded by the Koch brothers. It is used as a mouthpiece for their business interests. Remaining ignorant of this must be an incredible act of willpower.
 
 
You really believe that? I mean, seriously?
That's Glen Beck, 'George Soros is satan' levels of stupidity.
2012-12-19 08:23:53 AM
1 votes:

jm105: RamboFrog: I'll see your 45 dead at the hands of someone angry about taxes and raise you 7,500,000 killed by a person who believed in a centralized government and spreading the wealth around.

Jesus?


i.imgur.com
2012-12-19 08:10:23 AM
1 votes:

Ow My Balls: To all of my crazy aunts posting "This is what you get when God isn't allowed in schools" stuff, I'm pretty sure God was allowed in Bath, MI in 1927. The Amish school shooting a few years ago as well...


I thought God was all-powerful. If someone won't allow him in schools then that person is more powerful than God.
2012-12-19 07:51:34 AM
1 votes:

Whole Wheat: That's why I covered my monitor in tinfoil-so they couldn't read what was on there. Right now I am working on a box lined with the stuff with two holes carved out to cover my keyboard to foil keystroke logging programs. You can't be too careful these days.....



If the NSA really wants to know what kind of weird sh*t I jerk off to, then they can go ahead.
2012-12-19 07:25:12 AM
1 votes:

Ordinary Genius: but not okay to refer to Stalin who likely shared viewpoints with "leftists"?



The only important viewpoint Stalin had was "Keep Stalin in power and living the good life" and you won't find any "leftists" who agree with that viewpoint.
2012-12-19 07:24:23 AM
1 votes:

uttertosh: ShannonKW: There isn't enough political will for that (yet)

I farking knew it!!

Guns don't kill people, politicians physics kill people - at long last, the discussion is FINALLY getting somewhere!



Had to. :(
2012-12-19 07:23:04 AM
1 votes:
The Tea Party existed 85 years ago? Why aren't things as bad as they should be then?
2012-12-19 07:20:50 AM
1 votes:

Kesherz: Ordinary Genius: pxlboy: RamboFrog: I'll see your 45 dead at the hands of someone angry about taxes and raise you 7,500,000 killed by a person who believed in a centralized government and spreading the wealth around.


Begun the derp has

Not saying I agree with him, but why is this derp? Because its a faux pas to bring up the holocaust? Is it because he raises the stakes exponentially? Because it relates hitler to what is considered a leftist mentality? I legitimately want to know, because I don't really get the Derp about it, hitler did murder millions because of his view on government and its role.

Because he's not referring to Hitler. He's referring to Stalin, in a "Communism bad" cliche. Pure derp.


I realized it was Stalin later in the thread. I guess my real question is that why is it cool/funny to refer to the bath bomber as a tea partier, because he likely shared one viewpoint with them, but not okay to refer to Stalin who likely shared viewpoints with "leftists"?

I just don't get it on either side, really. I feel like it's like saying correlation equals causation. You could probably find multiple viewpoints that are shared by crazy people. That doesn't mean the idea itself is crazy. In fact, a few people pointed out that absurdity up in the thread.

Am I missing something?
2012-12-19 07:07:22 AM
1 votes:

log_jammin: LordJiro: How does ANFO compare to C4 or dynamite?


I got to go to here a few years ago. http://www.emrtc.nmt.edu/ and from the little I remember, a couple of dog food sized sacks of ANFO obliterated a car and the little shed/house next to it. But I can't remember if they did anything with dynamite. But C4 seemed a little bit weaker than I pictured it being.



C4 is a cutting charge. It's used to cut reinforcement steel mainly. Explosives that burn at a high rate of speed (that's what explosions are really) then the more concentrated energy. However in open air, that doesn't do much damage. That's why slower burning explosives like ammonium nitrate cause more damage in open areas. The concussion is actually greater, but it's more effective if you tamp material around it. We mainly use things like that for cratering charges, the more dirt you pack around it the more that energy is transferred and the bigger the hole in the ground.
2012-12-19 06:52:01 AM
1 votes:

way south: There isn't much to divine from this incident today.
The only lesson I take is that, while we've put in alot of arms and explosives control since, we still haven't hit the root of the problem.


We're never going to completely stop lunatics from killing people; it's a simple fact that there will always be nutjobs, and they will always find a way to kill people. But we CAN make incidents less frequent. We can improve the quality of our mental healthcare system, so perhaps some of these crazies can be noticed and helped before they reach the 'Murderous rampage' stage. We can impose stricter regulations on firearm ownership, so at least it's harder for nutjobs to acquire a weapon that can kill dozens in quick succession, and thus give them (or their family members) more time to find the help they need.

But it seems modern conservatives would rather turn our schools into militarized zones than address mental healthcare or sensible gun control.
2012-12-19 06:35:05 AM
1 votes:

Gelatinous: armoredbulldozer: people that protest a wasteful and overtaxing government

The Tea Party is funded by the Koch brothers. It is used as a mouthpiece for their business interests. Remaining ignorant of this must be an incredible act of willpower.


So what's new on MSNBC today?
2012-12-19 06:26:26 AM
1 votes:

IlGreven: I believe it was a truck filled with fertilizer, but the point stands.


If schools were filled with fertilizer, dynamite and guns then no children would have been killed in such attacks.

/because there would be no room for them
2012-12-19 05:57:13 AM
1 votes:
Nice troll assmitter and whomever gave this a green.
2012-12-19 05:51:52 AM
1 votes:

Beaver Knievel: Evidence besides wikipedia?



Wikipedia works like this--when you click on an entry, you are given a summary of the most pertinent parts of the subject you are looking up, separated by sub-topic and book ended by references.  Within this summary are annotations (those are the little numbered hotlinks).  Those lead to footnotes.  Those footnotes are citations that lead you to sources.
2012-12-19 05:30:45 AM
1 votes:

david_gaithersburg: Approves this thread.

[goebbels.jpg]


If you keep reducing taxes on the rich, some day all the wealth will trickle down...
The GOP is the party of small government...
If you keep reducing taxes on the rich, some day all the wealth will trickle down...
The GOP is the party of small government...
If you keep reducing taxes on the rich, some day all the wealth will trickle down...
The GOP is the party of small government...
2012-12-19 05:07:03 AM
1 votes:
Approves this thread.

t0.gstatic.com
2012-12-19 04:25:16 AM
1 votes:

Beaver Knievel: Again, Liberal DERP.jpg (The worst most scurrilous kind.)



You're seriously asking for evidence of Manuel Noriega's involvement in the drug trade, and his relationship with Oliver North? really?
 
well ok then. Is Fox news good enough?
 
http://video.foxnews.com/v/4274994/france-jails-manuel-noriega-on-dr ug -charges/
2012-12-19 03:48:55 AM
1 votes:

FlashHarry: jeez, what a psycho. today, they'd give him a prime-time fox show.

 
 
Especially if you're also a cocaine smuggler.
upload.wikimedia.org
2012-12-19 03:40:27 AM
1 votes:
Dear Fark, your new editor sux.
2012-12-19 03:39:27 AM
1 votes:

IlGreven: /People also bring up Timothy McVeigh. I hope they realize the difference between an elementary school and a federal building.


no
no there is no difference whatsoever and you go to hell and die for suggesting for one second that there is.
 
It is estimated that 646 people were inside the building when the bomb exploded.[90] By the end of the day of the bombing, twenty were confirmed dead, including six children, and over one hundred injured
 
so no
there was no difference whatsoever. both of the murderers new that there were children present. both of the murderers killed women and children.
2012-12-19 02:53:20 AM
1 votes:

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: urban.derelict: 3. the father was not interested in custody of his minor son
 
a.  the court would likely have let a 17 yr old choose who he wanted to stay with and
b.  custody of a 17 yr old?  what's the fncking point?
 
urban.derelict: 6. the mother was BRAINWASHING her son -- while raking in 289f*ckingthousanddollarsayear with BS fairytales on the collapse of civilization of a Kenyan usurper
 
just as likely. neither explains what he did.

Nope - gotta be the Kenyan thing since racist USA elected homie twice. Gawd this country is in the dumper. Must be. Pour another 40.
 
Just ANYTHING but "easy access to guns", right?

2012-12-19 02:45:06 AM
1 votes:

wildcardjack: So.... Has Dynamite control worked?

 
/Sharpen your spoons, the won't let you have knives at this rate.
 
24.media.tumblr.com
No, no, no, you never sharpen a spoon.  Because it's DULL, you twit. It'll hurt more. 
2012-12-19 02:43:05 AM
1 votes:
There was no Tea Party then, douchemitter. Why do you guys have a problem with people that protest a wasteful and overtaxing government? (Not this dynamite lunatic, I'm talking present day.) The fleabaggers are the ones that don't even have a cause, and they shiat on cop cars to promote their cause that they are not sure of. I'm glad they are all gone. The ones that committed arson in Denver might be farked, I hope.
2012-12-19 02:40:23 AM
1 votes:

urban.derelict: Here we go. For those not paying attention:

1. His parents divorced in or around 2009
2. the father went out of his way to ensure hey paid much more than the minimum requirements
3. the father was not interested in custody of his minor son
4. the mother was collecting TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY NINE THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR alimony
5. the mother WAS TRAINING HER SON, ADAM, to use HER assault rifles at firing ranges, in 2009 at least
6. the mother was BRAINWASHING her son -- while raking in 289f*ckingthousanddollarsayear with BS fairytales on the collapse of civilization

Mr. Lanza has the deaths of 25 innocent people on his hands, and his nuts couldn't possibly be as huge as his dead son's.


I'm not following your logic. I'm pretty sure it's because your post is totally devoid of it. Either that or you think women aren't adult human beings that should be trusted with responsibilities.

Up to you to clarify.
2012-12-19 02:36:09 AM
1 votes:

wildcardjack: So.... Has Dynamite control worked?


Yea just at what happened to M80s

My CSB from a couple years ago. I had a friend that got his hands on some supposed real m80s and gave me one to blow up later when I was shooting off fireworks. I thought that it was going to be like the normal BS ones you can get at a fireworks stand that are labeled as M80s or such. I ended up scaring the shiat out of all my neighbors because it sounded like a farking bomb went off in my driveway.
2012-12-19 02:27:44 AM
1 votes:

Greywar: I brought up the bath school massacre to folks on my facebook a couple days ago when they went all gun control on me. Apparently my pro-gun viewpoint surprised them.


Or it could have been your faulty logic?
2012-12-19 02:26:53 AM
1 votes:
Yeah but that was like 90 years ago so it doesn't count anymore.

It's not like those kids are still detonated or anything.
2012-12-19 02:25:44 AM
1 votes:

violentsalvation: The_Sponge: First, don't fark with me. I'm a desperate man! And second, I want some fresh coffee. And third, I want a recount! And no matter how it turns out, I want my old job back!

And I want a bigger office! And I want a new car! And I want the city to pay for it all!


This scene is why Milk is the prequel to RoboCop.
2012-12-19 02:22:16 AM
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So.... Has Dynamite control worked?

/Sharpen your spoons, the won't let you have knives at this rate.
2012-12-19 12:48:56 AM
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I can still remember the controversy soon after when Coolidge didn't acknowledge it as an act of terrorism.
2012-12-18 11:58:28 PM
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queezyweezel: Well, Sandy Hook wasn't so bad then.
I don't know about you guys, but I feel a lot better about this now.



*looks over the thread*
 
I'll be darned if I can find a comment where anyone makes that claim.
2012-12-18 11:50:49 PM
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violentsalvation: I think he was mad that he lost an election.



"First, don't fark with me. I'm a desperate man! And second, I want some fresh coffee. And third, I want a recount! And no matter how it turns out, I want my old job back!"
 
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