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2013-01-06 09:21:45 PM  
18 votes:
Cameron Mohammed is exactly what a real American should be. Better than the other guy..
2013-01-06 08:46:52 PM  
17 votes:
Cameron Mohammed is a better man than I am.
2013-01-06 09:07:39 PM  
9 votes:
NOTHING good can come from going to WalMart at 3:00am.

/unless you just like hanging with the tweakers
//yeah yeah, i know some people work at night
2013-01-06 09:26:13 PM  
8 votes:

Irving Maimway: Cameron Mohammed is a better man than I am.


Absolutely. I'd like to think that in the same situation, I'd be calm enough to NOT kill someone who (despite being a grade-A asshole) wasn't actually threatening my life. And like other Farkers here, I would totally understand if he had sent this clown to the morgue, where be probably belongs.

I really, really, really hope that Quinnell thinks for a long time about what he did and what could have happened to him. He owes his life to the decency of one of the people he hates so much. He'd best not forget that, because he probably won't be so lucky the next time he behaves this way.

And as for Mr. Mohammed, he remembered the words of Gandalf. Hopefully Quinnell can make himself useful by throwing himself into an active volcano in the next movie.....
KIA
2013-01-06 11:03:58 PM  
6 votes:
Why is it that nobody is saying:

Hey, look - a whackjob who wasn't able to get a real gun because the existing laws worked
2013-01-06 09:50:16 PM  
6 votes:
Cameron Mohammed knew better than to be a minority and shoot someone (even in self defense) in Florida.
2013-01-06 09:39:12 PM  
5 votes:
And this, is justice. Shooting and likely killing the guy would just be vengeance not justice. And vengeance gets you nowhere.
2013-01-06 09:30:08 PM  
5 votes:
I wonder, if Cameron Mohammed had gotten angry and shot Daniel Quinnell, would Fox News and World Net Daily have cried foul at the "black Muslim shooting an American under questionable circumstances"?
2013-01-06 09:27:03 PM  
5 votes:

gilgigamesh: After taking two pellets to his head and neck, Mohammed stands and watches the man flee, then notices a bystander who could have been hit if Mohammed had taken a shot. His hand is on his gun. But it stays in the holster.

A rare example of a responsible gun owner. Most people in this situation probably would have caused a tragedy here.


If by tragedy you mean the death of the POS criminal (10 arrests in 6 years!) I'm not seeing it. Him being killed in the street by someone he viciously attacked is not tragedy. It's justice.
2013-01-06 10:16:35 PM  
4 votes:

Irving Maimway: Cameron Mohammed is a better man than I am.


If he had just wasted that racist skidmark, I would probably have been OK with it, and this realization makes me upset with myself. Time to do some thinking.
2013-01-06 09:21:56 PM  
4 votes:
After taking two pellets to his head and neck, Mohammed stands and watches the man flee, then notices a bystander who could have been hit if Mohammed had taken a shot. His hand is on his gun. But it stays in the holster.

A rare example of a responsible gun owner. Most people in this situation probably would have caused a tragedy here.
2013-01-06 09:07:42 PM  
4 votes:
An armed society man is a polite society man.
2013-01-06 10:04:28 PM  
3 votes:
Im not so quick to call him a hero. If someone is shooting you in the face with a pellet gun, how the hell are you supposed to know theyre not trying to kill you? Ive been around unexpected gunfire and its easy to think it's not real. It sounds to me like the dude froze suffering from normalcy bias and just got lucky the bullets were air pellets and not from a real firearm. It's more likely the case rather than actually him thinking it through and keeping his cool, contemplating risks, etc and then deciding against shooting the assailant because "the assailant could turn his life around someday"
Just sayin'
2013-01-06 09:29:52 PM  
3 votes:

jmr61: gilgigamesh: After taking two pellets to his head and neck, Mohammed stands and watches the man flee, then notices a bystander who could have been hit if Mohammed had taken a shot. His hand is on his gun. But it stays in the holster.

A rare example of a responsible gun owner. Most people in this situation probably would have caused a tragedy here.

If by tragedy you mean the death of the POS criminal (10 arrests in 6 years!) I'm not seeing it. Him being killed in the street by someone he viciously attacked is not tragedy. It's justice.


i think what he meant was the bystander.
2013-01-06 09:18:19 PM  
3 votes:
Mighty generous of him.

I wouldn't have faulted him one bit if he did waste the douche.
2013-01-06 09:08:05 PM  
3 votes:

Irving Maimway: Cameron Mohammed is a better man than I am.


No doubt. I'm impressed that he was able to keep his cool so well.
2013-01-07 12:56:37 AM  
2 votes:
I think his response makes perfect sense. He got shot and then by the time he could have fired back the assailant was already running away. There would have been no point, it was over, the threat was gone. In other words his gun offered no protection from an attack like this.
2013-01-06 10:44:43 PM  
2 votes:
CowardlyLion Not arguing for shooting anyone, ever, but if you're not willing to draw and fire on someone, you should not be carrying a firearm.

/I'll never be carrying one


So, you're saying that anyone excercising their right to legally carry a firearm is obligated to shoot someone at some point? Nice, I like it! Kinda like a bloodsport proof of virility! You have to shoot someone every year to get your permit renewed!
2013-01-06 10:40:25 PM  
2 votes:
Not arguing for shooting anyone, ever, but if you're not willing to draw and fire on someone, you should not be carrying a firearm.

/I'll never be carrying one
2013-01-06 10:16:29 PM  
2 votes:
From TFA:
"Mohammed will have surgery to remove a few of the pellets, and the most lasting pain will be the trauma of being the victim of a hate crime - one in which he was shot in the face for being something that he isn't."

Doesn't every hate crime victim suffer for something they aren't? (i.e. a stereotype)
2013-01-06 09:50:43 PM  
2 votes:

WhyteRaven74: And this, is justice. Shooting and likely killing the guy would just be vengeance not justice. And vengeance gets you nowhere.


Got you in green, man, 'cause you say stuff like this.
2013-01-06 09:50:08 PM  
2 votes:

uncleacid: I think Gandhi would have shot him.


Oh yeah, Gandhi would have blown his freakin' head off - KAPLOOSH!! Few people actually realize what an ill-tempered on-edge hunter/marksman Gandhi was.
No, you didn't want to cross Gandhi.
2013-01-06 09:42:27 PM  
2 votes:

jmr61: gilgigamesh: After taking two pellets to his head and neck, Mohammed stands and watches the man flee, then notices a bystander who could have been hit if Mohammed had taken a shot. His hand is on his gun. But it stays in the holster.

A rare example of a responsible gun owner. Most people in this situation probably would have caused a tragedy here.

If by tragedy you mean the death of the POS criminal (10 arrests in 6 years!) I'm not seeing it. Him being killed in the street by someone he viciously attacked is not tragedy. It's justice.


I agree. What tragedy? Another comment in this thread states they hope the suspect thinks long and hard about what he did. Based on the report that the suspect has 10 prior arrests with many of them being assault charges and violent threats, that isn't going to happen and at what point do we say enough is enough? It's not about being an ITG, it's about being able to protect yourself against a violent thug who has intentions of harming you. And for those that say it was just a pellet gun, do a Google search and see how much they look like a real firearm. So here you are in a dimly lit parking lot with that pointed at you, do you just stand there and take it when you have the chance to stop the threat and perhaps save your own life? Mohammed had two perfectly moral and legal options to this attack - do nothing or stop the assailant. I would have no problem had Mohammed chosen to stop the attack by shooting the suspect. In fact I am kind of sorry he didn't shoot his attacker. He may have done this asshole's next victim a favor.

With that being said I am now ready for the liberals to point out how wrong I am.
2013-01-06 09:33:32 PM  
2 votes:

HMS_Blinkin: Absolutely. I'd like to think that in the same situation, I'd be calm enough to NOT kill someone who (despite being a grade-A asshole) wasn't actually threatening my life. And like other Farkers here, I would totally understand if he had sent this clown to the morgue, where be probably belongs.


The issue for me is that, in that moment, I doubt I'd fully understand that my life was not being threatened, especially if someone I cared about was with me.

However, if you brandish a weapon and scream racial epithets at somebody, that's a risk you're sort of volunteering to take.
2013-01-06 09:25:37 PM  
2 votes:
I would have shot him.
2013-01-06 09:21:19 PM  
2 votes:
What's that thing with an "r" that we never use? Oh right, restraint.
2013-01-06 09:17:35 PM  
2 votes:

Irving Maimway: Cameron Mohammed is a better man than I am.


Irving Maimway: Cameron Mohammed is a better man than I am.



Bears repeating several times.....

Irving Maimway: Cameron Mohammed is a better man than I am.

2013-01-06 08:38:36 PM  
2 votes:
I agree with this headline.
2013-01-07 01:28:58 PM  
1 vote:

MaritimeGirl: The entire concept of hate crime bothers me. It defines one human being as more valuable than another. Murder is murder. If a person kills a victim because he has blue eyes, is that a hate crime? If a person kills a victim because he has brown skin, that all of a sudden is a hate crime. In both cases the murderer is crazy, the murderer is guilty of the same crime, not two different ones where one is worse than the other.


It's not about the victim themselves. It's about the intent to frighten others like the victim into behaving as the criminal wants them to. For example, this guy yelling about a "n----- with a white girl" suggests that he wanted this victim to be a symbol of what happens to black guys who date white women, and scare black people into not dating white people. It's similar to terrorism in that the goal is greater than the immediate crime; it's meant to frighten the populace, which is a more serious crime than simply hurting one person.

Whether you can prove intent is another story, but I think at their core, hate-crime laws are a good thing.
2013-01-07 09:02:28 AM  
1 vote:

Just Another OC Homeless Guy: gilgigamesh: After taking two pellets to his head and neck, Mohammed stands and watches the man flee, then notices a bystander who could have been hit if Mohammed had taken a shot. His hand is on his gun. But it stays in the holster.

A rare example of a responsible gun owner. Most people in this situation probably would have caused a tragedy here.

Oh, you're cute. Rare? How rare? "Most" people "would have"? (Hypothetical slipped in as fact?)

Please, give us some actual statistics to support your statements. Otherwise just STFU with the weasel-words.


Obviously this guy is not a responsible gun owner since a responsible gun owner that has a concealed carry permit is a crack shot and can hit a fleeing target even if there are bystanders around the line of fire. I've been told by many farkers in numerous gun threads that they are way better shots than cops because they spend copious amounts of time at the range just to make sure that they hit their targets in situations like this.

/amirite?
2013-01-07 04:29:40 AM  
1 vote:

Plusone: CSB time

My dad was a postal worker. While carrying mail in an apartment complex one day a 17 year old from a 2nd story shot him with a pellet rifle. It went in through his rib cage and was only a few inches from puncturing his lung. Well the police didn't take it to serious and some how the kid got let go. Fast foward a few years and the guy ended up killing 3 women and was on the run for 15+ years


I don't believe you. Postal workers are federal employees and it's a Federal crime to fark with them and they have their own Police Force.  A postal worker being shot would have not been handled by the local police.
2013-01-07 12:49:58 AM  
1 vote:

walkerhound: It's enough for him to know he could've blown the guy away if he had no choice.


I'm sure had he pulled the gun, this Daniel Quinnell guy would've run from the premises screaming like a little girl.
2013-01-07 12:36:31 AM  
1 vote:

gilgigamesh: After taking two pellets to his head and neck, Mohammed stands and watches the man flee, then notices a bystander who could have been hit if Mohammed had taken a shot. His hand is on his gun. But it stays in the holster.

A rare example of a responsible gun owner. Most people in this situation probably would have caused a tragedy here.


To be honest, if I'm carrying and someone pulls a gun on me, I'm not waiting to find out if it's a pellet gun or a .45. I'm drawing first and living.
2013-01-07 12:04:17 AM  
1 vote:

msirois: KIA: msirois: Because that's stupid. I live in Canada in a city of about 100,000 and I can walk down the street right now at 1am and get a gun.

Are you a whackjob?

Not usually no. But people who think that you can't get a gun because of a law are less than smart.


It wasn't just that he "couldn't get a gun"; it's that if he had had a real gun on him during this arrest, he'd have gone to jail pretty much forever.

Understand?
2013-01-06 11:36:17 PM  
1 vote:

KIA: msirois: Not usually no. But people who think that you can't get a gun because of a law are less than smart.

I thought all guns already had to be registered in Canada. Are you saying that even though Canada spent decades and untold billions of dollars on their gun control programs, you can still buy one at 1 AM from a corner dealer? Wow, that says a lot about enforceability of new laws.

Also, since you're Canadian, you cannot buy any guns in American from any licensed dealer nor from any law-abiding citizen since sales in states must be between state residents - and you're not one. So... you can't just buy a gun here.


These are exactly my points. Despite all this. Anyone can get a gun. I can "just buy a gun" here or there. If you didn't know this, you have no idea what goes on outside.
2013-01-06 11:36:14 PM  
1 vote:

AirForceVet: gilgigamesh: A rare example of a responsible gun owner. Most people in this situation probably would have caused a tragedy here.

Completely agree with you there. He held his fire, kept his weapon holstered and noted a bystander could have been in the line of fire.


But it was not a rare example at all. On the contrary, most gun owners are responsible.

If most American gun owners were the type of imbeciles that many farkers believe they are, there would be a whole shtload of dead farkers and blood running in the streets ;)
2013-01-06 11:32:15 PM  
1 vote:

JerkStore: The point everyone is missing is that this is a criminal who was actually obeying the "criminals can't have guns" law.

See? It totally works!


Just as well as the "all gun owners are itching at a chance to empty their magazines into a bad guy" theory holds up
2013-01-06 11:29:22 PM  
1 vote:

Irving Maimway: Cameron Mohammed is a better man than I am.


Bears repeating.
2013-01-06 11:26:39 PM  
1 vote:

Plant Rights Activist: oukewldave: How would he know it was a pellet gun before being shot? I'm guessing he froze and got lucky it wasn't a real gun.

maybe he read, "REPLICA" on the side of the gun?

[i.ytimg.com image 480x360]


Wrong Guy Ritchie reference

reviewsfromtheabyss.files.wordpress.com

/Could everyone STOP GETTING SHOT
2013-01-06 11:24:15 PM  
1 vote:

KIA: msirois: Because that's stupid. I live in Canada in a city of about 100,000 and I can walk down the street right now at 1am and get a gun.

Are you a whackjob?


Not usually no. But people who think that you can't get a gun because of a law are less than smart.
2013-01-06 11:21:54 PM  
1 vote:
maybe he had drilled this in his head and realized--"hey, no loud pops...i'm not bleeding...it's gonna be hell if i shoot this guy...investigation...bail...etc."

+1 for responsible gun owners.
/i probably wouldn't be at walmart at 3am.
//i probably would have blasted him
2013-01-06 11:17:20 PM  
1 vote:

sloshed_again: Because that's stupid. I live in Canada in a city of about 100,000 and I can walk down the street right now at 1am and get a gun.

AND?


And gun laws don't do anything. You can get a gun anywhere, especially in the states.

snocone: msirois: SenorDan: KIA: Why is it that nobody is saying:

Hey, look - a whackjob who wasn't able to get a real gun because the existing laws worked

Absolutely this!

Because that's stupid. I live in Canada in a city of about 100,000 and I can walk down the street right now at 1am and get a gun.

Thinking you can and having done something are two distinctly different things.
Play again after a bit of actual doing.


I'm not thinking I can do anything. I know I can. And it's
50 times easier in the states.
2013-01-06 11:13:23 PM  
1 vote:
Because that's stupid. I live in Canada in a city of about 100,000 and I can walk down the street right now at 1am and get a gun.

AND?
2013-01-06 11:12:11 PM  
1 vote:

SenorDan: KIA: Why is it that nobody is saying:

Hey, look - a whackjob who wasn't able to get a real gun because the existing laws worked

Absolutely this!


Because that's stupid. I live in Canada in a city of about 100,000 and I can walk down the street right now at 1am and get a gun.
2013-01-06 11:03:10 PM  
1 vote:

CowardlyLion: Not arguing for shooting anyone, ever, but if you're not willing to draw and fire on someone, you should not be carrying a firearm.

/I'll never be carrying one


I'm not with you on this, discretion is the better part of valour, and in this case discretion was used to avoid endangering a bystander.

If you are always willing to draw and fire, you shouldn't be carrying either.
2013-01-06 10:56:03 PM  
1 vote:

oukewldave: How would he know it was a pellet gun before being shot? I'm guessing he froze and got lucky it wasn't a real gun.


maybe he read, "REPLICA" on the side of the gun?

i.ytimg.com
2013-01-06 10:54:42 PM  
1 vote:

CowardlyLion: Not arguing for shooting anyone, ever, but if you're not willing to draw and fire on someone, you should not be carrying a firearm.


You're still a thinking human being capable of discretion. While the guy was genuinely being assaulted, the assault was not immediately considered to be life threatening. Brandishing the firearm in hopes that it would diffuse the situation was prudent,and he could have chosen to pull the trigger had the assault not ceased.
2013-01-06 10:47:10 PM  
1 vote:

grunthos: CowardlyLion Not arguing for shooting anyone, ever, but if you're not willing to draw and fire on someone, you should not be carrying a firearm.

/I'll never be carrying one

So, you're saying that anyone excercising their right to legally carry a firearm is obligated to shoot someone at some point? Nice, I like it! Kinda like a bloodsport proof of virility! You have to shoot someone every year to get your permit renewed!



Exactly - if you aren't shooting people, you don't need a gun.
2013-01-06 10:42:54 PM  
1 vote:

Plant Rights Activist: AssAsInAssassin: FTFA: "Mohammed will have surgery to remove a few of the pellets, and the most lasting pain will be the trauma of being the victim of a hate crime - one in which he was shot in the face for being something that he isn't."

What the fark does it matter whether he is or isn't a Muslim? How does that make the slightest farking difference? How did this excrement make it past an editor?

Fark, some "journalists" are dumb.

The way I read it it sounds like the author is trying to say it would somehow be better if he is a Muslim. Not sure if that is his intent, but that is how that sentence comes off.


I more took it as showing how stupid and ignorant the shooter is; he can't even target the right people of his racism.
2013-01-06 10:38:00 PM  
1 vote:
CSB time

My dad was a postal worker. While carrying mail in an apartment complex one day a 17 year old from a 2nd story shot him with a pellet rifle. It went in through his rib cage and was only a few inches from puncturing his lung. Well the police didn't take it to serious and some how the kid got let go. Fast foward a few years and the guy ended up killing 3 women and was on the run for 15+ years
2013-01-06 10:33:10 PM  
1 vote:

JerkStore: The point everyone is missing is that this is a criminal who was actually obeying the "criminals can't have guns" law.

See? It totally works!


Yep, if he's picked up by the police.....he can use that as an excuse - "It's not a real gun"....but you can bet this jackwad has waved it around at least once or twice to show someone he's "got a real gun".
2013-01-06 10:20:41 PM  
1 vote:
Somehow I doubt that your everyday klansman is gonna view Daniel Quinnell as a "white guy".
2013-01-06 10:16:57 PM  
1 vote:
The point everyone is missing is that this is a criminal who was actually obeying the "criminals can't have guns" law.

See? It totally works!
2013-01-06 10:13:07 PM  
1 vote:

poe_zlaw: Im not so quick to call him a hero. If someone is shooting you in the face with a pellet gun, how the hell are you supposed to know theyre not trying to kill you? Ive been around unexpected gunfire and its easy to think it's not real. It sounds to me like the dude froze suffering from normalcy bias and just got lucky the bullets were air pellets and not from a real firearm. It's more likely the case rather than actually him thinking it through and keeping his cool, contemplating risks, etc and then deciding against shooting the assailant because "the assailant could turn his life around someday"
Just sayin'


That's exactly how I pictured the situation. A quick attack with the suspect fleeing before the victim could accurately assess and respond.
2013-01-06 10:01:10 PM  
1 vote:
Let's play Hogan's Alley. Put a pair of sunglasses on to simulate nighttime. After looking at the picture you have .5 seconds to decide which is a pellet gun and which is a firearm and whether you think the thug is going to kill you. (And yes one is a .22 and one is a pellet gun.)
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i.imgur.com

Victim had every right to fire at the suspect as soon as he saw him point the weapon at him. I highly doubt a Grand Jury would indict the victim. Now, if he shot at him while he was fleeing, yeah maybe - but not at the point of confrontation.
2013-01-06 10:00:57 PM  
1 vote:
"Tho' I've belted you and flayed you,
By the livin' Gawd that made you,
You're a better man than I am, Gunga Din!"
2013-01-06 09:59:17 PM  
1 vote:
www.agileproductdesign.comencrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com

Didn't realize until today that this is the same person.
2013-01-06 09:49:22 PM  
1 vote:

CaptSS: jmr61: gilgigamesh: After taking two pellets to his head and neck, Mohammed stands and watches the man flee, then notices a bystander who could have been hit if Mohammed had taken a shot. His hand is on his gun. But it stays in the holster.

A rare example of a responsible gun owner. Most people in this situation probably would have caused a tragedy here.

If by tragedy you mean the death of the POS criminal (10 arrests in 6 years!) I'm not seeing it. Him being killed in the street by someone he viciously attacked is not tragedy. It's justice.

I agree. What tragedy? Another comment in this thread states they hope the suspect thinks long and hard about what he did. Based on the report that the suspect has 10 prior arrests with many of them being assault charges and violent threats, that isn't going to happen and at what point do we say enough is enough? It's not about being an ITG, it's about being able to protect yourself against a violent thug who has intentions of harming you. And for those that say it was just a pellet gun, do a Google search and see how much they look like a real firearm. So here you are in a dimly lit parking lot with that pointed at you, do you just stand there and take it when you have the chance to stop the threat and perhaps save your own life? Mohammed had two perfectly moral and legal options to this attack - do nothing or stop the assailant. I would have no problem had Mohammed chosen to stop the attack by shooting the suspect. In fact I am kind of sorry he didn't shoot his attacker. He may have done this asshole's next victim a favor.

With that being said I am now ready for the liberals to point out how wrong I am.


collider.com

In all seriousness, though, the averted tragedy was the non-zero chance that Mohammed might have missed Quinnell and hit the innocent bystander:

After taking two pellets to his head and neck, Mohammed stands and watches the man flee, then notices a bystander who could have been hit if Mohammed had taken a shot. His hand is on his gun. But it stays in the holster.

And if that happened, Mohammed's fate would have been identical to what I described earlier: arrest and facing either the death penalty or life in prison without parole, summary execution on the scene, or "suicide."
2013-01-06 09:46:09 PM  
1 vote:
Mugshot of bbgun guy:
media2.abcactionnews.com

He was turned in by his mommy, and the police reported that he continued to badmouth Muslims while being booked. This guy is a lost cause.
2013-01-06 09:45:49 PM  
1 vote:
I suppose he could have shot him in the knee or something. Kudos for him for not taking a life, though.
2013-01-06 09:39:11 PM  
1 vote:

jmr61: If by tragedy you mean the death of the POS criminal (10 arrests in 6 years!) I'm not seeing it. Him being killed in the street by someone he viciously attacked is not tragedy. It's justice.


I would imagine the for the someone that killed him would consider it a tragedy. I could not imagine killing someone, even if totally justified it would change my life.
2013-01-06 09:37:31 PM  
1 vote:

Popcorn Johnny: I would have shot him.


Yep.
2013-01-06 09:36:28 PM  
1 vote:

gilgigamesh: After taking two pellets to his head and neck, Mohammed stands and watches the man flee, then notices a bystander who could have been hit if Mohammed had taken a shot. His hand is on his gun. But it stays in the holster.

A rare example of a responsible gun owner. Most people in this situation probably would have caused a tragedy here.


The next person that asshole attacks will probably disagree with you.
2013-01-06 09:34:08 PM  
1 vote:

HMS_Blinkin: I really, really, really hope that Quinnell thinks for a long time about what he did and what could have happened to him. He owes his life to the decency of one of the people he hates so much. He'd best not forget that, because he probably won't be so lucky the next time he behaves this way.


10 arrests since 2006 would suggest that thinking is not something Quinnell is capable of.
2013-01-06 09:26:42 PM  
1 vote:

basemetal: NOTHING good can come from going to WalMart at 3:00am.

/unless you just like hanging with the tweakers
//yeah yeah, i know some people work at night


I like keeping tabs on the local riffraff trends, so I go to the Super Walmart every now and then. It's only at 2AM that you truly understand the need for all of the security cameras, and who ends up buying those cheap plastic fake chrome 15" spinners.
2013-01-06 09:26:28 PM  
1 vote:

the_celt: Cameron Mohammed is exactly what a real American should be. Better than the other guy..


While, on the other hand, Daniel Quinnell is everything a Real 'Murikan should be. What could possibly be more patriotic than a rage filled moron who irrationally hates Muslims and solves his problems with a gun?
2013-01-06 09:23:17 PM  
1 vote:

gilgigamesh: After taking two pellets to his head and neck, Mohammed stands and watches the man flee, then notices a bystander who could have been hit if Mohammed had taken a shot. His hand is on his gun. But it stays in the holster.

A rare example of a responsible gun owner. Most people in this situation probably would have caused a tragedy here.


If Mohammed's girlfriend had a pellet gun, this would have turned out much differently.
2013-01-06 09:22:45 PM  
1 vote:
What did he expect the pellet gun to do? I agree with this headline because I know what .45 ACP can do.
2013-01-06 08:25:20 PM  
1 vote:
Especially once the Fark ITG contingent show up to talk about all the badassery that they would have thrown down on him.
 
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  4. Click here to submit a link.

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