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(KHOU Houston)   All hell breaks loose when an overprotective helicopter mom spots a cleaning crew employee in the parking lot of her children's school and automatically assumes he's an armed lunatic hellbent on snuffing the life out of every student   (khou.com) divider line 290
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2013-03-16 01:17:51 PM  
How dare the police not send a full SWAT response within 3 minutes of a call about a suspicious man doing nothing near a school!

/can we just scratch "home of the brave" out of the anthem?
 
2013-03-16 01:17:56 PM  

gja: John the Magnificent: When I was young Americans were thought of as courageous.

WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO YOU PEOPLE?

Many of us still are. I don't cocoon my daughter this way.
CSB:
I went to a shop that I didn't want my daughter to come with me to, and since it was my day to have her there was no options.
Left her in the car, with the door locked. 3 minutes later some dumb blonde is in my grill blabbing about "..you left her in that car alone?... etc/soforth"
Finally got a word in edgewise, motioned for my kid to roll down her window and told her to tell the woman what I taught her.
My kid holds up my 5D-cell maglight and says "daddy told me if anyone messes with us I'm allowed to knock their brains out!".
Stupid blonde just stands there with her pie-hole hung open and walks slowly away.
I say "that's daddy's girl, wanna get Carvel?"
/CSB

Not all of us are pansies.


Nice, you took your kid to the porn shop... That's parenting right there.  ;-)
 
2013-03-16 01:21:13 PM  

Strolpol: How dare the police not send a full SWAT response within 3 minutes of a call about a suspicious man doing nothing near a school!

/can we just scratch "home of the brave" out of the anthem?




Man, is implied and unnecessary.
 
2013-03-16 01:23:40 PM  

Mikey1969: gja: John the Magnificent: When I was young Americans were thought of as courageous.

WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO YOU PEOPLE?

Many of us still are. I don't cocoon my daughter this way.
CSB:
I went to a shop that I didn't want my daughter to come with me to, and since it was my day to have her there was no options.
Left her in the car, with the door locked. 3 minutes later some dumb blonde is in my grill blabbing about "..you left her in that car alone?... etc/soforth"
Finally got a word in edgewise, motioned for my kid to roll down her window and told her to tell the woman what I taught her.
My kid holds up my 5D-cell maglight and says "daddy told me if anyone messes with us I'm allowed to knock their brains out!".
Stupid blonde just stands there with her pie-hole hung open and walks slowly away.
I say "that's daddy's girl, wanna get Carvel?"
/CSB

Not all of us are pansies.

Nice, you took your kid to the porn shop... That's parenting right there.  ;-)


How do you take your kid to the internet?
 
2013-03-16 01:24:50 PM  

Mock26: Zelron: Having a gun in the home increases the likelihood that you'll get shot and killed, most likely in an accident or by someone in your home who's pissed at you.

Yeah, and if you have a knife in the home you are more likely to cut yourself than if you have no knives in the home.


Yeah, that's a pretty bullshiat statistic, I agree. I could just as easily say that having a car in my garage increases the likelihood that I will die of carbon monoxide poisoning.
 
2013-03-16 01:26:35 PM  

Zelron: Mock26: Zelron: Having a gun in the home increases the likelihood that you'll get shot and killed, most likely in an accident or by someone in your home who's pissed at you.

Yeah, and if you have a knife in the home you are more likely to cut yourself than if you have no knives in the home.

WTF?  When's the last time you heard of someone blowing their buddy's head off with a knife?


Well that chick on trial in AZ stabbed her boyfriend multiple times and slashed his throat. The single gunshot was more of an afterthought than anything else.
 
2013-03-16 01:26:47 PM  

gonegirl: Christ.  She is going to be raising some hyper-fearful little nightmare factories, there.  Bet those kids need medication before they're in double-digits.


I'd bet real money that they already are
 
2013-03-16 01:28:11 PM  

Zelron: Giltric: You almost sound like the paranoid mom in the article.

I'm not so paranoid that I have to carry around a 9mm penis enhancer.


And once again, it's the anti gun crowd that brings genitalia into the discussion.
 
2013-03-16 01:28:12 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: Zelron: A gun in the house is more likely to injure someone in the house than to be used to protect someone in the house.

Suicide isn't the answer.


Suicide is worse for the family and friends than it is for the "victim".  I remember as far back as 6th grade I took a psych test for a friend's mother's PhD thesis.  One of the questions was, "Do you think your family would be better off without you?" to which I answered "No."  But I recall thinking a follow up question should be, "Do you think you'd be better off without you" to which I would have answered "Yes."

Everybody dies.  No one lives forever.  I'm here for the pleasure of my friends and family.  But frankly I don't see the point.  I die, you die, we all die.  Why slog through the tedium of day to day life and arguments about taxes, fire-arms, personal liberties, etc.?

So we're all doomed.  Some of us just realize it earlier than others.
 
2013-03-16 01:29:19 PM  

Mikey1969: Mock26: Zelron: Having a gun in the home increases the likelihood that you'll get shot and killed, most likely in an accident or by someone in your home who's pissed at you.

Yeah, and if you have a knife in the home you are more likely to cut yourself than if you have no knives in the home.

Yeah, that's a pretty bullshiat statistic, I agree. I could just as easily say that having a car in my garage increases the likelihood that I will die of carbon monoxide poisoning.


Why is there no love for toll-booth operators?
 
2013-03-16 01:31:23 PM  

Zelron: StoPPeRmobile: Zelron: A gun in the house is more likely to injure someone in the house than to be used to protect someone in the house.

Suicide isn't the answer.

Suicide is worse for the family and friends than it is for the "victim".  I remember as far back as 6th grade I took a psych test for a friend's mother's PhD thesis.  One of the questions was, "Do you think your family would be better off without you?" to which I answered "No."  But I recall thinking a follow up question should be, "Do you think you'd be better off without you" to which I would have answered "Yes."

Everybody dies.  No one lives forever.  I'm here for the pleasure of my friends and family.  But frankly I don't see the point.  I die, you die, we all die.  Why slog through the tedium of day to day life and arguments about taxes, fire-arms, personal liberties, etc.?

So we're all doomed.  Some of us just realize it earlier than others.


Meh, the trenches of WWI.
 
2013-03-16 01:31:39 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: Mikey1969: Mock26: Zelron: Having a gun in the home increases the likelihood that you'll get shot and killed, most likely in an accident or by someone in your home who's pissed at you.

Yeah, and if you have a knife in the home you are more likely to cut yourself than if you have no knives in the home.

Yeah, that's a pretty bullshiat statistic, I agree. I could just as easily say that having a car in my garage increases the likelihood that I will die of carbon monoxide poisoning.

Why is there no love for toll-booth operators?


Because there is no love for toll booths themselves? :-)
 
2013-03-16 01:33:05 PM  

Mikey1969: Zelron: Mock26: Zelron: Having a gun in the home increases the likelihood that you'll get shot and killed, most likely in an accident or by someone in your home who's pissed at you.

Yeah, and if you have a knife in the home you are more likely to cut yourself than if you have no knives in the home.

WTF?  When's the last time you heard of someone blowing their buddy's head off with a knife?

Well that chick on trial in AZ stabbed her boyfriend multiple times and slashed his throat. The single gunshot was more of an afterthought than anything else.


No one has ever said that you can't be killed with a knife.  Not one person.  Ever.

But you have a better chance against someone with only a knife than you do against someone with a gun.

A person with a knife is less likely to stab the wrong person or accidentally stab someone than someone is with a gun to accidentally shoot someone or shoot the wrong person.

So how about this, as soon as gun deaths are lower than knife deaths we'll start looking at banning knives too.  Would that make you happy?  I don't think it's necessary because knives have other uses than killing.  Guns don't, unless you use it as a hammer which is not recommended.
 
2013-03-16 01:34:39 PM  

Mikey1969: Yeah, that's a pretty bullshiat statistic, I agree. I could just as easily say that having a car in my garage increases the likelihood that I will die of carbon monoxide poisoning.


You're more likely to use a car for its intended purpose than have an accident.  With a gun it's the other way around, you're more likely to hurt yourself or someone else in the house than you are to actually protect yourself.
 
gja
2013-03-16 01:34:58 PM  

Mikey1969: gja


LOL. Actually it was an electrical supplies place. The owner gets bent went you bring your kid near the contractor counter, so I respect his wishes and don't do that. Because while my daughter will listen to me when I say "don't touch anything" most won't.
 
2013-03-16 01:35:33 PM  

Mikey1969: And once again, it's the anti gun crowd that brings genitalia into the discussion.


What can I say?  I have a small penis and I'm jealous.  It's really upsetting when I see a tranny with a bigger one knowing s/he's just going to cut it off!
 
2013-03-16 01:36:18 PM  
For those who saw the image I posted earlier, I want to apologize to you for a lapse in judgement on my part. I hope it won't happen again. The offending image has been changed.
 
2013-03-16 01:38:09 PM  

Zelron: Because a car isn't designed to kill.  And we make laws about owning them, keeping them safely maintained, requiring insurance (not all states I suppose).  They're constantly improving safety.  My kids rode in legally required car seats and booster seats.

If guns were made so they couldn't shoot people then I'd have less of a problem with them.  Their sole purpose is to kill.

Cars are used for their intended purpose every day.  It's more likely to be used for its intended purpose than to have a fatal accident.

A gun in the house is more likely to injure someone in the house than to be used to protect someone in the house.

My father-in-law accidentally discharged his handgun in his house twice.  Once was within an hour have having taken a refresher safety class.
My mother-in-law left hers in a changing room in a store (which fortunately she retrieved before it was found by someone else).
I had a friend who blew his head off on purpose.  Perhaps if he hadn't had access to a gun he wouldn't have killed himself.
My father almost took out his eye with a .22 rifle when he shot a rock and a chip came back at him. (Yes, he shouldn't have been shooting at a rock).
A friend of mine almost killed his brother (fortunately the friend was paying attention).  He was loading a double barreled shotgun when his brother walked in front of him.  So my friend turned before closing the breech and both barrels went off.  The pins were too far down.
I have other relatives who own guns (as did my father).  I have friends who own guns.
With all of this, NONE of them have ever been in a situation where having a gun would have protected them.  One perhaps would still be alive.  My father received a minor injury, and my father-in-law had two (that I know of) opportunities to wound/kill someone.
I was shooting skeet once and my friend's friend was a police officer who handed me a shotgun with the safety off.

So, I don't think I'm paranoid when I agree with studies that show that you're more ...


Have you ever considered the possibility that your entire family are morons?
 
2013-03-16 01:40:33 PM  

Nick Nostril: Satanic_Hamster: lokis_mentor: IBelieveYouHaveMyStapler: Other than being someone she didn't know, I don't see what the guy did that was suspicious.  I can just imagine what that 911 call sounded like.  "Someone has to get here quick!  My God now he's getting keys out of his pocket!!  We're all going to be killed!!"

Given that part of Texas, and guy ended up being a new guy on the cleaning crew, he was probably just brown.  That neighborhood is pretty much golf course subdivisions and is one of the more monied sections of harris county

I live in Katy.

Five bucks the woman is white.  Twenty bucks says the guy was black or Hispanic.

In which case she shouldn't have been fearful at all. Blacks and Hispanics are never mass shooters. It's always white folk or the occasional Asian.


Except for the two guys that were the "Beltway Snipers."  And the one that the LAPD recently burned alive after having him boxed in.
 
2013-03-16 01:45:33 PM  
What the mom needs.
www.visualphotos.com
 
2013-03-16 01:46:51 PM  

ThighsofGlory: Have you ever considered the possibility that your entire family are morons?


Well, my wife's side, anyway.  :)
 
2013-03-16 01:49:34 PM  

Zelron: You're more likely to use a car for its intended purpose than have an accident.  With a gun it's the other way around, you're more likely to hurt yourself or someone else in the house than you are to actually protect yourself.


Sorry, bullshiat "statistic" is bullshiat.
 
2013-03-16 01:50:54 PM  

Zelron: I don't think it's necessary because knives have other uses than killing. Guns don't, unless you use it as a hammer which is not recommended.


Say what? Guns have plenty of uses other than killing. I've used my guns hundreds of times without killing a thing (excepting some unlucky microbes, I suppose). The vast majority of the time that guns are used, nothing is killed. I use my guns for sport, recreation, and competition.

Sure, a knife has more day-to-day utility in a household sense, but guns have perfectly legitimate, non-killing-related functions. Claiming they don't isn't really accurate.
 
2013-03-16 01:52:00 PM  

gja: Mikey1969: gja

LOL. Actually it was an electrical supplies place. The owner gets bent went you bring your kid near the contractor counter, so I respect his wishes and don't do that. Because while my daughter will listen to me when I say "don't touch anything" most won't.


LOL

Reality is SO much more boring than imagination, isn't it?  I might have to find a new electrical supplies place if it were me. I can understand requesting that kids are kept under control, I'm not so excited about people who want to sell me stuff not giving me the benefit of the doubt, though.
 
2013-03-16 01:53:49 PM  

ThighsofGlory: Have you ever considered the possibility that your entire family are morons?


No, it's easier for him/her to blame the guns, because obviously operator error is never the factor here.
 
2013-03-16 01:54:58 PM  

MikeSass: It took the cops 16 minuters to get there...now you know why having responsible citizens carry guns is a good idea.


It took the cops 16 minutes to get there because they realized she was just a paranoid helicopter mom.
 
2013-03-16 01:56:13 PM  

HeartBurnKid: MikeSass: It took the cops 16 minuters to get there...now you know why having responsible citizens carry guns is a good idea.

It took the cops 16 minutes to get there because they realized she was just a paranoid helicopter mom.


Oh, and if this mom had a pistol in her purse, the janitor would most likely be dead.  But sure, let's use this as an argument for more guns.
 
gja
2013-03-16 02:01:40 PM  

Mikey1969: gja: Mikey1969: gja

LOL. Actually it was an electrical supplies place. The owner gets bent went you bring your kid near the contractor counter, so I respect his wishes and don't do that. Because while my daughter will listen to me when I say "don't touch anything" most won't.

LOL

Reality is SO much more boring than imagination, isn't it?  I might have to find a new electrical supplies place if it were me. I can understand requesting that kids are kept under control, I'm not so excited about people who want to sell me stuff not giving me the benefit of the doubt, though.


Well, it's not really his fault. Some dipshiat brought their kid in and the little spawn-from-hell stuck it's finger in a Greenlee punch, then leaned on the lever.
Needless to say, that finger segment was deleted from his hand muy pronto. Of course they sued, and it cost the shop owner a ton of money.
I remember thinking if it had been me when I was a kid my old man would have gotten me to the hospital, then grounded me for so long I would have had a farkin beard before I was allowed to play again.

Parenting=responsibility. But many mothers and fathers want to push off the responsibility to others. That's a fail in any book.
 
2013-03-16 02:02:15 PM  

superlawyergirl: She's considered paranoid and annoying because she was wrong, but what if her suspicions were correct?

I don't support the spread of widespread paranoia, but, if a mother saw something suspicious at a school, didn't say anything out of fear of being called "paranoid", and tons of kids died from the subsequent rampage, she'd be crucified.


I hope you don't take 'logic' like that into the court room.
 
2013-03-16 02:06:53 PM  
Was he brown? I bet the cleaning guy was brown.
 
2013-03-16 02:21:08 PM  

cybrwzrd: Was he brown? I bet the cleaning guy was brown.


I think it's a given he was either brown or black.
 
2013-03-16 02:26:11 PM  

Zelron: Stoker: Wouldn't it be great if she was a Fark reader and was reading all these comments about how damn stupid she is?
She would probably be trying to justify her actions here... acting like someone else.

Nobody that stupid reads Fark. ;)


Oh yeah? Did you read the post immediately before yours?
 
2013-03-16 02:27:02 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: Mikey1969: gja: John the Magnificent: When I was young Americans were thought of as courageous.

WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO YOU PEOPLE?

Many of us still are. I don't cocoon my daughter this way.
CSB:
I went to a shop that I didn't want my daughter to come with me to, and since it was my day to have her there was no options.
Left her in the car, with the door locked. 3 minutes later some dumb blonde is in my grill blabbing about "..you left her in that car alone?... etc/soforth"
Finally got a word in edgewise, motioned for my kid to roll down her window and told her to tell the woman what I taught her.
My kid holds up my 5D-cell maglight and says "daddy told me if anyone messes with us I'm allowed to knock their brains out!".
Stupid blonde just stands there with her pie-hole hung open and walks slowly away.
I say "that's daddy's girl, wanna get Carvel?"
/CSB

Not all of us are pansies.

Nice, you took your kid to the porn shop... That's parenting right there.  ;-)

How do you take your kid to the internet?


Asian massage parlor then?
 
2013-03-16 02:28:52 PM  
i48.tinypic.com
 
2013-03-16 02:29:08 PM  

heypete: Zelron: I don't think it's necessary because knives have other uses than killing. Guns don't, unless you use it as a hammer which is not recommended.

Say what? Guns have plenty of uses other than killing. I've used my guns hundreds of times without killing a thing (excepting some unlucky microbes, I suppose). The vast majority of the time that guns are used, nothing is killed. I use my guns for sport, recreation, and competition.

Sure, a knife has more day-to-day utility in a household sense, but guns have perfectly legitimate, non-killing-related functions. Claiming they don't isn't really accurate.


Yes, same level of utility.  No difference at all.  We all shot our breakfast this morning, didn't we?  Yep, then we all used a knife to butter our toast.  Guns and knives - same.  No real difference.
 
2013-03-16 02:29:44 PM  

gja: Mikey1969: gja: Mikey1969: gja

LOL. Actually it was an electrical supplies place. The owner gets bent went you bring your kid near the contractor counter, so I respect his wishes and don't do that. Because while my daughter will listen to me when I say "don't touch anything" most won't.

LOL

Reality is SO much more boring than imagination, isn't it?  I might have to find a new electrical supplies place if it were me. I can understand requesting that kids are kept under control, I'm not so excited about people who want to sell me stuff not giving me the benefit of the doubt, though.

Well, it's not really his fault. Some dipshiat brought their kid in and the little spawn-from-hell stuck it's finger in a Greenlee punch, then leaned on the lever.
Needless to say, that finger segment was deleted from his hand muy pronto. Of course they sued, and it cost the shop owner a ton of money.
I remember thinking if it had been me when I was a kid my old man would have gotten me to the hospital, then grounded me for so long I would have had a farkin beard before I was allowed to play again.

Parenting=responsibility. But many mothers and fathers want to push off the responsibility to others. That's a fail in any book.


Well that sucks... If I had been the shop owner, I woud have seen it as a public service, my own contribution towards supporting Darwin's theory.
 
2013-03-16 02:34:50 PM  

MylesHeartVodak: And the one that the LAPD recently burned alive after having him boxed in.


To be fair, he shouldn't be called a "spree killer" or a "mass killer", he had specific targets in mind and took them out based on his perceived "mission". The Beltway Snipers just found easy targets, but they were still more or less random, and the people killed weren't anything more than unlucky. They weren't even people who happened to be in the way when a robbery goes wrong or something. It's like when people call anyone who kills more than one person a "serial killer"...

They DO try and keep these separate, since they are different scenarios entirely.
 
2013-03-16 02:37:05 PM  

noitsnot: Yes, same level of utility. No difference at all. We all shot our breakfast this morning, didn't we? Yep, then we all used a knife to butter our toast. Guns and knives - same. No real difference.

riveraveblues.com
 
2013-03-16 02:40:15 PM  

Nick Nostril: Satanic_Hamster: lokis_mentor: IBelieveYouHaveMyStapler: Other than being someone she didn't know, I don't see what the guy did that was suspicious.  I can just imagine what that 911 call sounded like.  "Someone has to get here quick!  My God now he's getting keys out of his pocket!!  We're all going to be killed!!"

Given that part of Texas, and guy ended up being a new guy on the cleaning crew, he was probably just brown.  That neighborhood is pretty much golf course subdivisions and is one of the more monied sections of harris county

I live in Katy.

Five bucks the woman is white.  Twenty bucks says the guy was black or Hispanic.

In which case she shouldn't have been fearful at all. Blacks and Hispanics are never mass shooters. It's always white folk or the occasional Asian.


I think perhaps you should look up the definition of "always".
 
2013-03-16 02:45:58 PM  

noitsnot: Yes, same level of utility.  No difference at all.  We all shot our breakfast this morning, didn't we?  Yep, then we all used a knife to butter our toast.  Guns and knives - same.  No real difference.


Do you lose hair when a point goes whooshing over your head like that, or do you duck?
 
2013-03-16 02:58:34 PM  
What a dingbat.
 
2013-03-16 03:02:54 PM  

MikeSass: It took the cops 16 minuters to get there...now you know why having responsible citizens carry guns is a good idea.


So they can shoot the cleaning crew?
 
2013-03-16 03:04:51 PM  

Zelron: StoPPeRmobile: Zelron: A gun in the house is more likely to injure someone in the house than to be used to protect someone in the house.

Suicide isn't the answer.

Suicide is worse for the family and friends than it is for the "victim".  I remember as far back as 6th grade I took a psych test for a friend's mother's PhD thesis.  One of the questions was, "Do you think your family would be better off without you?" to which I answered "No."  But I recall thinking a follow up question should be, "Do you think you'd be better off without you" to which I would have answered "Yes."

Everybody dies.  No one lives forever.  I'm here for the pleasure of my friends and family.  But frankly I don't see the point.  I die, you die, we all die.  Why slog through the tedium of day to day life and arguments about taxes, fire-arms, personal liberties, etc.?

So we're all doomed.  Some of us just realize it earlier than others.


How sad. I don't recall ever hearing a perspective on life from somebody dealing with such deep depression. You have my sympathy.

Yeah, I know, you don't need it or want it, but I can't help but feel sorry for you. I can't begin to imagine your torment.
 
2013-03-16 03:06:54 PM  

starscream1690: ReapTheChaos: So it never occurred to anyone to walk out and ask the guy what he was doing there?

This. This this this this this.


He likely had dark complexion from working outside or possibly because of his race. Everyone knows if you accidentally make eye contact with (or say the wrong thing to) them they pluck out your eyes and skull fark you.
 
2013-03-16 03:08:23 PM  

Zelron: Giltric: You almost sound like the paranoid mom in the article.

I'm not so paranoid that I have to carry around a 9mm penis enhancer.


And there it is. Sorry, first to reference penis in a gun thread loses. Sorry, but that's the rule.
 
2013-03-16 03:11:21 PM  

vrax: [i48.tinypic.com image 500x400]


Awesome.
 
2013-03-16 03:18:59 PM  

TwowheelinTim: Zelron: StoPPeRmobile: Zelron: A gun in the house is more likely to injure someone in the house than to be used to protect someone in the house.

Suicide isn't the answer.

Suicide is worse for the family and friends than it is for the "victim".  I remember as far back as 6th grade I took a psych test for a friend's mother's PhD thesis.  One of the questions was, "Do you think your family would be better off without you?" to which I answered "No."  But I recall thinking a follow up question should be, "Do you think you'd be better off without you" to which I would have answered "Yes."

Everybody dies.  No one lives forever.  I'm here for the pleasure of my friends and family.  But frankly I don't see the point.  I die, you die, we all die.  Why slog through the tedium of day to day life and arguments about taxes, fire-arms, personal liberties, etc.?

So we're all doomed.  Some of us just realize it earlier than others.

How sad. I don't recall ever hearing a perspective on life from somebody dealing with such deep depression. You have my sympathy.

Yeah, I know, you don't need it or want it, but I can't help but feel sorry for you. I can't begin to imagine your torment.


And, for what it's worth, I do realize we're all going to die, and I don't believe in "afterlife". I'm digging on living my life to the fullest I can.
 
2013-03-16 03:24:01 PM  

HeartBurnKid: cybrwzrd: Was he brown? I bet the cleaning guy was brown.

I think it's a given he was either brown or black.


Texas.
 
2013-03-16 03:30:06 PM  

HeartBurnKid: cybrwzrd: Was he brown? I bet the cleaning guy was brown.

I think it's a given he was either brown or black.


Or a Mooslim.  Don't forget that.
 
2013-03-16 03:33:21 PM  

MikeSass: It took the cops 16 minuters to get there...now you know why having responsible citizens carry guns is a good idea.


Yeah, it would have been awesome of she had just shot that innocent man.

He should have a gun as well, to protect himself from armed crazy moms, so we could have had a shootout at that school.
 
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