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(WVEC)   Kid "Mom...what did you pack in my lunchbox today?"....Mom "PB&J, a pudding cup, and a couple of rounds...just in case you need 'em"   (wvec.com) divider line 39
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2014-03-13 03:55:53 PM
Pffft, yeah right. Like any schools allow peanut butter these days.
 
2014-03-13 03:58:57 PM
The student will not face disciplinary action or prosecution, official said.

That's the most shocking part of the article.
 
2014-03-13 04:50:55 PM

God Is My Co-Pirate: Pffft, yeah right. Like any schools allow peanut butter these days.


.....and were done here.
 
2014-03-13 04:53:30 PM

God Is My Co-Pirate: Pffft, yeah right. Like any schools allow peanut butter these days.


In Suffolk the peanut capitol of the world ?
 
2014-03-13 04:54:03 PM
Lucky bastards. It was always "one shot, one kill" when I was growing up. If you missed, you didn't get lunch that day.
 
2014-03-13 04:54:53 PM
Police said the parents admitted the bullets belonged to the student's father and the lunchbox was taken to the school unknowingly by the student.

Wait, so Dad put bullets in the box and then Mom packed a lunch or Dad put bullets in a packed lunch box?  I don't get this scenario, but then I don't live in Southern Virginia.  Maybe this is standard practice.
 
2014-03-13 04:56:09 PM

Rapmaster2000: Police said the parents admitted the bullets belonged to the student's father and the lunchbox was taken to the school unknowingly by the student.

Wait, so Dad put bullets in the box and then Mom packed a lunch or Dad put bullets in a packed lunch box?  I don't get this scenario, but then I don't live in Southern Virginia.  Maybe this is standard practice.


Sorry I meant to say rounds.  I don't want to be banished to the land of people who say clips.
 
2014-03-13 04:56:12 PM
If the student were going to school in Canada she'd be kicked out of school for bringing a peanut butter sandwich.

This, after all, is their country where a GTA hover craft parent wanted all the oak trees in the vicinity of the school because she was afraid some kid may get the previously unforeseen idea to shove an acorn down the kids throat.

Probably an anti vaccer too.
 
2014-03-13 04:57:33 PM
Hey look, a reasonable response to a non-event.

A middle school around my neck of the woods wouldn't get excited over a couple of rounds as long as the kid picked them up.  Sheeeeit, a few counties north of me a middle school raffled off a rifle to raise money for their track and field team.
 
2014-03-13 04:59:01 PM
Were they Glock or AK bullets?
 
2014-03-13 04:59:43 PM

Rapmaster2000: Police said the parents admitted the bullets belonged to the student's father and the lunchbox was taken to the school unknowingly by the student.

Wait, so Dad put bullets in the box and then Mom packed a lunch or Dad put bullets in a packed lunch box?  I don't get this scenario, but then I don't live in Southern Virginia.  Maybe this is standard practice.


Most lunchmaking in my house is done under the could of grogginess of just waking up.  Most parents I know of are like this as well.  So if the division of labor is to be believed than either Dad has been up all night huffing amyls, mainlining Red Bull and loading his own artillery or the man is so warped that he's sleeping with enough potential firepower that he can misplace his reloading pile and not notice it.
 
2014-03-13 05:01:05 PM

Farker Soze: Were they Glock or AK bullets?


Rounds, dumbass.  They're called rounds.  Get out of here.  You are banished from this gun thread.
 
2014-03-13 05:03:14 PM

Rapmaster2000: Farker Soze: Were they Glock or AK bullets?

Rounds, dumbass.  They're called rounds.  Get out of here.  You are banished from this gun thread.


Maybe they were shells. Ever think of that?  Didn't think so.
 
2014-03-13 05:04:24 PM

Rapmaster2000: Farker Soze: Were they Glock or AK bullets?

Rounds, dumbass.  They're called rounds.  Get out of here.  You are banished from this gun thread.


Rounds fit better into clips.
 
2014-03-13 05:04:43 PM

Farker Soze: Rapmaster2000: Farker Soze: Were they Glock or AK bullets?

Rounds, dumbass.  They're called rounds.  Get out of here.  You are banished from this gun thread.

Maybe they were shells. Ever think of that?  Didn't think so.


Projectiles?
 
2014-03-13 05:05:07 PM

Rapmaster2000: Rapmaster2000: Police said the parents admitted the bullets belonged to the student's father and the lunchbox was taken to the school unknowingly by the student.

Wait, so Dad put bullets in the box and then Mom packed a lunch or Dad put bullets in a packed lunch box?  I don't get this scenario, but then I don't live in Southern Virginia.  Maybe this is standard practice.

Sorry I meant to say rounds.  I don't want to be banished to the land of people who say clips.


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2014-03-13 05:07:05 PM

scottydoesntknow: Rapmaster2000: Farker Soze: Were they Glock or AK bullets?

Rounds, dumbass.  They're called rounds.  Get out of here.  You are banished from this gun thread.

Rounds fit better into clips.


Squares would fit more efficiently though.
 
2014-03-13 05:24:13 PM

Rapmaster2000: Rapmaster2000: Police said the parents admitted the bullets belonged to the student's father and the lunchbox was taken to the school unknowingly by the student.

Wait, so Dad put bullets in the box and then Mom packed a lunch or Dad put bullets in a packed lunch box?  I don't get this scenario, but then I don't live in Southern Virginia.  Maybe this is standard practice.

Sorry I meant to say rounds.  I don't want to be banished to the land of people who say clips.


Well it would be good if the "journalist" had found out if it was bullets or a rounds. I'm guessing since it didn't say "live ammunition" it was just bullets.

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2014-03-13 05:25:59 PM
Can you imagine today's whine ass liberals growing up like I did, with ammo and guns easily accessible by the kids? We knew not to shoot people, and how to use a gun, imagine that.

Kid won't be prosecuted? Oh how nice of you.
 
2014-03-13 05:29:13 PM

Thunderpipes: Can you imagine today's whine ass liberals growing up like I did, with ammo and guns easily accessible by the kids? We knew not to shoot people, and how to use a gun, imagine that.

Kid won't be prosecuted? Oh how nice of you.


I'm an ass liberal, but I don't think I whine a hell of a lot. Oh, and I had plenty of guns around growing up.
 
2014-03-13 05:32:29 PM

crotchgrabber: Thunderpipes: Can you imagine today's whine ass liberals growing up like I did, with ammo and guns easily accessible by the kids? We knew not to shoot people, and how to use a gun, imagine that.

Kid won't be prosecuted? Oh how nice of you.

I'm an ass liberal, but I don't think I whine a hell of a lot. Oh, and I had plenty of guns around growing up.


Personally, I'm more of a leg liberal. Because a good leg liberal means a good ass liberal.
 
2014-03-13 05:39:37 PM

scottydoesntknow: crotchgrabber: Thunderpipes: Can you imagine today's whine ass liberals growing up like I did, with ammo and guns easily accessible by the kids? We knew not to shoot people, and how to use a gun, imagine that.

Kid won't be prosecuted? Oh how nice of you.

I'm an ass liberal, but I don't think I whine a hell of a lot. Oh, and I had plenty of guns around growing up.

Personally, I'm more of a leg liberal. Because a good leg liberal means a good ass liberal.


I hear ya. My brother is a leg libertarian, but then again he's an asshole.
 
2014-03-13 05:51:08 PM

scottydoesntknow: The student will not face disciplinary action or prosecution, official said.

That's the most shocking part of the article.


Really. That's a sad commentary these days.

Possession trumps foreknowledge.

"They should have swept the car/bag/coat before they stepped out of the house to school, because rules. Besides, it's in the school handbook, Federal law dictates, and we cannot comment due to privacy."
 
2014-03-13 05:56:21 PM
WTF!  I demand ZERO tolerance!!!!
 
2014-03-13 05:57:28 PM
The student will not face disciplinary action or prosecution, official said.

I think hell just froze over.

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2014-03-13 06:05:28 PM

scottydoesntknow: Rapmaster2000: Farker Soze: Were they Glock or AK bullets?

Rounds, dumbass.  They're called rounds.  Get out of here.  You are banished from this gun thread.

Rounds fit better into clips.


My cat just got scared at my loud HA!!!

/Bravo, well done.
 
2014-03-13 06:18:53 PM

What_do_you_want_now: Farker Soze: Rapmaster2000: Farker Soze: Were they Glock or AK bullets?

Rounds, dumbass.  They're called rounds.  Get out of here.  You are banished from this gun thread.

Maybe they were shells. Ever think of that?  Didn't think so.

Projectiles?


Sharp pointy things?images.tvrage.com
 
2014-03-13 06:38:14 PM
When gun freaks correct non-gun freaks on terms like "round", "clip", "magazine", etc. they think they're showing off their deep knowledge of firearms while making fools of those unfamiliar with technical terms. However, what they're really doing is making themselves look like nerdy Trekkies correcting people on the proper name of the Klingon homeworld and the correct technical term for all the crap in the U.S.S. Enterprise's engineering deck.

A socially-awkward, obsessed nerd is a socially-awkward obsessed nerd, no matter whether it's real guns or ray guns they obsess about.
 
2014-03-13 06:44:02 PM

Nix Nightbird: When gun freaks correct non-gun freaks on terms like "round", "clip", "magazine", etc. they think they're showing off their deep knowledge of firearms while making fools of those unfamiliar with technical terms. However, what they're really doing is making themselves look like nerdy Trekkies correcting people on the proper name of the Klingon homeworld and the correct technical term for all the crap in the U.S.S. Enterprise's engineering deck.

A socially-awkward, obsessed nerd is a socially-awkward obsessed nerd, no matter whether it's real guns or ray guns they obsess about.


They're calledTrekkers, you retard.
 
2014-03-13 07:04:45 PM

Farker Soze: Nix Nightbird: When gun freaks correct non-gun freaks on terms like "round", "clip", "magazine", etc. they think they're showing off their deep knowledge of firearms while making fools of those unfamiliar with technical terms. However, what they're really doing is making themselves look like nerdy Trekkies correcting people on the proper name of the Klingon homeworld and the correct technical term for all the crap in the U.S.S. Enterprise's engineering deck.

A socially-awkward, obsessed nerd is a socially-awkward obsessed nerd, no matter whether it's real guns or ray guns they obsess about.

They're calledTrekkers, you retard.


I distinguish it this way:

Trekker: Someone who is relatively normal but likes Star Trek a lot.
Trekkie: A socially-awkward dork who obsesses over Star Trek.
 
2014-03-13 07:30:17 PM
For once the school acts intelligently on something like this.
 
2014-03-13 07:35:53 PM
Ha! Reminds me of when my oldest came home to tell me how her friend had been accidentally given his father's lunch to take to school instead of his own. The boy opened the lunch box to find wine, a pair of his mom's panties, and a raunchy note.

He took the lunch to the teacher on lunch duty and showed him to contents. The teacher read the note, his eyes bulging and eyebrows raised to his hairline. He said nothing about the alcohol. It was the letter that had him flummoxed. He just pointed to the lunch line indicating the kid was to get a free lunch.

Supposedly, they had to call his mom. (Oh to be listening to THAT conversation...) At the end of the day my daughter heard him screaming at his mom on the phone about how he'd need therapy.

I see her friend from time to time and always tease him and ask if he's had any surprises in his lunch lately. He always gives me a dirty look.
 
2014-03-13 07:45:31 PM

Nix Nightbird: When gun freaks correct non-gun freaks on terms like "round", "clip", "magazine", etc. they think they're showing off their deep knowledge of firearms while making fools of those unfamiliar with technical terms. However, what they're really doing is making themselves look like nerdy Trekkies correcting people on the proper name of the Klingon homeworld and the correct technical term for all the crap in the U.S.S. Enterprise's engineering deck.

A socially-awkward, obsessed nerd is a socially-awkward obsessed nerd, no matter whether it's real guns or ray guns they obsess about.


The farking article says bullets. What's so farking hard about getting the correct term. It's live, explosive, death lead for a Glock.
 
2014-03-13 08:21:18 PM

Nix Nightbird: When gun freaks correct non-gun freaks on terms like "round", "clip", "magazine", etc. they think they're showing off their deep knowledge of firearms while making fools of those unfamiliar with technical terms. However, what they're really doing is making themselves look like nerdy Trekkies correcting people on the proper name of the Klingon homeworld and the correct technical term for all the crap in the U.S.S. Enterprise's engineering deck.

A socially-awkward, obsessed nerd is a socially-awkward obsessed nerd, no matter whether it's real guns or ray guns they obsess about.


Or, it could just be somebody trying to make sure people use the correct terms about things so society doesn't descend to an even further muddled mess when trying to discuss things. Getting basic terms correct isn't deep knowledge. To put it in computing terms you don't have to know the details of the registers in a CPU and a GPU to know the difference between a CPU and a GPU. In automotive terms you don't have to know the internal working of an engine to know the difference between a car and a truck.

That is how simple these terms really are. A magazine holds things in it. A clip has things clipped onto it. These aren't even terms limited to guns and for some reason people still can't keep them straight.
 
2014-03-13 08:53:03 PM

Hacker_X: Nix Nightbird: When gun freaks correct non-gun freaks on terms like "round", "clip", "magazine", etc. they think they're showing off their deep knowledge of firearms while making fools of those unfamiliar with technical terms. However, what they're really doing is making themselves look like nerdy Trekkies correcting people on the proper name of the Klingon homeworld and the correct technical term for all the crap in the U.S.S. Enterprise's engineering deck.

A socially-awkward, obsessed nerd is a socially-awkward obsessed nerd, no matter whether it's real guns or ray guns they obsess about.

Or, it could just be somebody trying to make sure people use the correct terms about things so society doesn't descend to an even further muddled mess when trying to discuss things. Getting basic terms correct isn't deep knowledge. To put it in computing terms you don't have to know the details of the registers in a CPU and a GPU to know the difference between a CPU and a GPU. In automotive terms you don't have to know the internal working of an engine to know the difference between a car and a truck.

That is how simple these terms really are. A magazine holds things in it. A clip has things clipped onto it. These aren't even terms limited to guns and for some reason people still can't keep them straight.


Regardless, a clip or a magazine doesn't hold bullets.
 
2014-03-13 09:38:19 PM
"Now, honey, you took the wrong lunchbox to school. Daddy needs those bullets so he can go 'talk to his coworkers'".
 
2014-03-13 09:40:47 PM

Rapmaster2000: Police said the parents admitted the bullets belonged to the student's father and the lunchbox was taken to the school unknowingly by the student.

Wait, so Dad put bullets in the box and then Mom packed a lunch or Dad put bullets in a packed lunch box?  I don't get this scenario, but then I don't live in Southern Virginia.  Maybe this is standard practice.


I've only lived in Hampton Roads (the southeast end of VA) for a few months, and trust me, they loves thems some guns around here, sometimes to an obsessive degree. At least they're more sane and responsible about it than back home in Chicago.
 
2014-03-13 10:06:48 PM

kling_klang_bed: "Now, honey, you took the wrong lunchbox to school. Daddy needs those bullets so he can go 'talk to his coworkers'".


What if it were a gun barrel instead of boolits?
 
2014-03-13 10:14:02 PM

StoPPeRmobile: kling_klang_bed: "Now, honey, you took the wrong lunchbox to school. Daddy needs those bullets so he can go 'talk to his coworkers'".

What if it were a gun barrel instead of boolits?


Hmmmmmmmm, might be able to fit a lupara in there. (hoping I'm not giving daddy any ideas)
 
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