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(KSAT San Antonio)   Old and busted: Sneaking cigarettes in the school bathroom. New hotness: Sneaking an AK-47 in the school bathroom   (ksat.com) divider line 56
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2014-04-29 07:40:06 AM  

HindiDiscoMonster: I am sooooo glad I don't go to school in today's world.


Yeah, school is for losers.
 
2014-04-29 07:40:08 AM  

HindiDiscoMonster: I am sooooo glad I don't go to school in today's world.


Oh, I don't know. It's a trade off. Hot teachers having sex with students... and, every once in a while something scary like this happens.
 
2014-04-29 07:41:45 AM  
I didn't even know that AK 47s needed to go to the bathroom.
 
2014-04-29 07:41:52 AM  
Good on the parents for calling this in.
 
2014-04-29 07:41:58 AM  
Amazing how many AK-47's there are.

www.everydaynodaysoff.com
 
2014-04-29 07:42:22 AM  

Destructor: HindiDiscoMonster: I am sooooo glad I don't go to school in today's world.

Oh, I don't know. It's a trade off. Hot teachers having sex with students... and, every once in a while something scary like this happens.


...that happened even when we were in school, bro. even I had a secret romance with the girls tennis coach my senior year.
 
2014-04-29 07:43:26 AM  

HindiDiscoMonster: I am sooooo glad I don't go to school in today's world.


Eh, back when I was in middle school my friend snuck a .22 into school and had it in his locker all day. He just wanted to feel like a badass; I don't think he would have shot anybody. Back then it was just young boys counting coup. These days? I'm not so sure.
 
2014-04-29 07:44:08 AM  
If it wasn't for the parents searching for the guns in the house, then going to the school, god knows what could have happened. Here is a thought to the parents. How about locking the farking guns up in a safe or at least a gun cabinet in the home? Easy access to a stupid hormonal 17 year old is not a good idea of gun safety. You are making the rest of us who own guns and keep them safe look bad.

/Take away their FOID cards please.
//Thanks..the world.
 
2014-04-29 07:45:12 AM  
How do you smoke an AK47?
 
2014-04-29 07:45:27 AM  
"If these kids are bringing guns to school, they're doing it for a reason, and whatever they're doing it for, they need help with that," said Madison student Brittany Arizola.

I thought we were supposed to ignore them and pretend like nothing is wrong - and when they lash out, wonder how such a thing could happen.
 
2014-04-29 07:46:38 AM  
"The student had said that he planned making some demands over the announcements later today at Madison High School," Chancellor said. "He didn't say specifically what those demands were, but he did say if those demands were not met, he had planned on committing violence."

I'm picturing Cartman complaining about Wendy killing the Smurfs... he's just asking questions
 
2014-04-29 07:46:48 AM  
And how the hell could you sneak a AK into the bathroom of a school? It's not like its a small weapon. Even wearing a coat, it would be obvious you had SOMETHING under there. And once there, where the hell would you hide it?
 
2014-04-29 07:47:49 AM  
So when are they going to arrest the parents?
 
2014-04-29 07:49:25 AM  

Creoena: "If these kids are bringing guns to school, they're doing it for a reason, and whatever they're doing it for, they need help with that," said Madison student Brittany Arizola.

I thought we were supposed to ignore them and pretend like nothing is wrong - and when they lash out, wonder how such a thing could happen.


No, no. That's just the mentally unstable ADULTS who buy their OWN guns.
 
2014-04-29 07:50:52 AM  

LaurenAguilera: Creoena: "If these kids are bringing guns to school, they're doing it for a reason, and whatever they're doing it for, they need help with that," said Madison student Brittany Arizola.

I thought we were supposed to ignore them and pretend like nothing is wrong - and when they lash out, wonder how such a thing could happen.

No, no. That's just the mentally unstable ADULTS who buy their OWN guns.


2/10
 
2014-04-29 07:50:54 AM  

hobnail: How do you smoke an AK47?


Very carefully.
 
2014-04-29 07:53:09 AM  

Bit'O'Gristle: LaurenAguilera: Creoena: "If these kids are bringing guns to school, they're doing it for a reason, and whatever they're doing it for, they need help with that," said Madison student Brittany Arizola.

I thought we were supposed to ignore them and pretend like nothing is wrong - and when they lash out, wonder how such a thing could happen.

No, no. That's just the mentally unstable ADULTS who buy their OWN guns.

2/10


That wasn't a troll, that was snark. Get your stuff together.
 
2014-04-29 07:54:59 AM  

hobnail: How do you smoke an AK47?


Start with an ak1 and work your way up. Im up to ak74 myself.
 
2014-04-29 07:55:03 AM  

LaurenAguilera: ...that happened even when we were in school, bro. even I had a secret romance with the girls tennis coach my senior year.


Huh. I guess I feel a little hurt that my hot geometry teacher never hit on me now.
 
2014-04-29 07:57:29 AM  

HindiDiscoMonster: I am sooooo glad I don't go to school in today's world.


Back in the day, you were ALLOWED to have your hunting rifle in your locker during deer season. You could also smoke if you were old enough. You could carry pocket knives, medicines, and other sundry non-educational items that were useful or necessary without much oversight.

Now everyone panics over every little thing like some yenta from an 80's sitcom, which leads us to the place where crazy people get all their ideas from the media as opposed to vice versa where the media got their stories from the crazies.
 
2014-04-29 07:57:30 AM  

LaurenAguilera: I had a secret romance with the girls tennis coach my senior year


go on....
 
2014-04-29 07:58:28 AM  
Well good for the parents, for once.

I never had any kids but in my experience if there are two things you should lock up it's car keys and guns.
 
2014-04-29 07:58:32 AM  

Bit'O'Gristle: If it wasn't for the parents searching for the guns in the house, then going to the school, god knows what could have happened. Here is a thought to the parents. How about locking the farking guns up in a safe or at least a gun cabinet in the home? Easy access to a stupid hormonal 17 year old is not a good idea of gun safety. You are making the rest of us who own guns and keep them safe look bad.

/Take away their FOID cards please.
//Thanks..the world.


I would think a 17 year old might know the combination/where the keys to the safe are. Or at least have no trouble finding them. Aren't teens allowed to do things like target shoot with an adult?

I do wonder why people feel the need to own things like AK-47s tho.

/doesn't own a gun
//not against gun ownership
 
2014-04-29 07:59:26 AM  

LaurenAguilera: Destructor: HindiDiscoMonster: I am sooooo glad I don't go to school in today's world.

Oh, I don't know. It's a trade off. Hot teachers having sex with students... and, every once in a while something scary like this happens.

...that happened even when we were in school, bro. even I had a secret romance with the girls tennis coach my senior year.


It wasn't a secret, everyone knew.
 
2014-04-29 07:59:28 AM  

hobnail: How do you smoke an AK47?


In Soviet Texas, AK47 smokes you.
 
2014-04-29 08:02:01 AM  
FTFA:Yvella Allen, the parent of a Madison High School student, said she was relieved the weapons were found and that there was no violence.

"That does make me feel better but what about tomorrow?" Allen said. "(I) Don't know what's going to happen tomorrow. What are they going to do to protect the kids now?"


Holy crap lady...you choose to own firearms, obviously do not keep them locked up in a safe where minors cannot access them as is required by law in most states when a minor is on/lives on that property...

And you want to know what the school is going to do?

YOU FAIL AS A PARENT AND AS A FIREARMS OWNER!
 
2014-04-29 08:04:59 AM  

WDFark think for a second: FTFA:Yvella Allen, the parent of a Madison High School student, said she was relieved the weapons were found and that there was no violence.

"That does make me feel better but what about tomorrow?" Allen said. "(I) Don't know what's going to happen tomorrow. What are they going to do to protect the kids now?"


Holy crap lady...you choose to own firearms, obviously do not keep them locked up in a safe where minors cannot access them as is required by law in most states when a minor is on/lives on that property...

And you want to know what the school is going to do?

YOU FAIL AS A PARENT AND AS A FIREARMS OWNER!


Chill on the outrage.

Comment was from a random student parent, not the student in question. Who knows if she even owns firearms.
 
2014-04-29 08:21:02 AM  

lindalouwho: Bit'O'Gristle: If it wasn't for the parents searching for the guns in the house, then going to the school, god knows what could have happened. Here is a thought to the parents. How about locking the farking guns up in a safe or at least a gun cabinet in the home? Easy access to a stupid hormonal 17 year old is not a good idea of gun safety. You are making the rest of us who own guns and keep them safe look bad.

/Take away their FOID cards please.
//Thanks..the world.

I would think a 17 year old might know the combination/where the keys to the safe are. Or at least have no trouble finding them. Aren't teens allowed to do things like target shoot with an adult?

I do wonder why people feel the need to own things like AK-47s tho.

/doesn't own a gun
//not against gun ownership



/I see and respect your point.  But having been a cop, and in the Army, i have had gun safety so drilled into my head that it would be almost impossible for me to leave guns just laying around, esp with children in the house. No, i don't own an AK, and i really don't see the need to.  I have a glock 17, a glock 19, a 1911 colt semi auto, and a Remington 870 shotgun.  And one Mosin Nagant that i love to shoot on the range.  The other guns are hold overs from my cop days.  I treat my weapons as if they are always loaded, i never point them at anything i don't want to destroy,  and when I'm not firing them at the range, or cleaning them, they are locked up.  Except for the shotgun and 1911.  They are located in a safe place that nobody would easily find them, but accessible to me if i need them for home defense. And there are no children in the home.  I try to be as safe as i can with them, and still have access if needed.  As they say, better to have one when needed, than not have one.
 
2014-04-29 08:33:12 AM  
Ok, this could have been so much worse. But, nobody died, nobody got hurt; the kid's parents noticed something was wrong and pressed panic. They actually found the kid and disarmed him.

And you guys want to crucify the parents? 17 is, hopefully, old enough to know where the gun safe is and where the key is.

It sounds like slappy (the kid) had some sort of arterial motive. Maybe, by talking to him, they can actually figure out why he done it. And what he was trying to accomplish.
 
2014-04-29 08:37:10 AM  

CruJones: Good on the parents for calling this in.


Yeah except: you wake up, your kid is gone, and your first thought is to check what guns are missing and call the school.

Think you might have missed a few intervention/prevention steps in between? Before betting everyone's life on your not hitting the snooze button today.
 
2014-04-29 08:38:36 AM  

LaurenAguilera: Destructor: HindiDiscoMonster: I am sooooo glad I don't go to school in today's world.

Oh, I don't know. It's a trade off. Hot teachers having sex with students... and, every once in a while something scary like this happens.

...that happened even when we were in school, bro. even I had a secret romance with the girls tennis coach my senior year.


And a kid brought his dad's .45 to school and aimed it at my brother's head.

/didn't pull the trigger tho
 
2014-04-29 08:40:09 AM  

hobnail: How do you smoke an AK47?


The AK does the smoking after you've fired off a few clips.
 
2014-04-29 08:42:23 AM  

LaurenAguilera: Creoena: "If these kids are bringing guns to school, they're doing it for a reason, and whatever they're doing it for, they need help with that," said Madison student Brittany Arizola.

I thought we were supposed to ignore them and pretend like nothing is wrong - and when they lash out, wonder how such a thing could happen.

No, no. That's just the mentally unstable ADULTS who buy their OWN guns.


When this nation's gun problem is solved by Fark, they're going to point to this post right here as where the discourse began.
 
2014-04-29 08:49:50 AM  

iheartscotch: Ok, this could have been so much worse. But, nobody died, nobody got hurt; the kid's parents noticed something was wrong and pressed panic. They actually found the kid and disarmed him.

And you guys want to crucify the parents? 17 is, hopefully, old enough to know where the gun safe is and where the key is.

It sounds like slappy (the kid) had some sort of arterial motive. Maybe, by talking to him, they can actually figure out why he done it. And what he was trying to accomplish.


Want to know why we're crucify in the parents? Because when they woke up and li'l johnny was gone their first thought was to count the guns.

If li'l johnny is that effed up, his age has nothing to do with it-- he shouldn't have access to the guns. And if they can't guarantee the guns are secure at home, move them all to a locker at the gun club. Or sell them.

Control your kid or lose the guns. Sometimes parenting means hard decisions.

/sarcasm. Should not be a hard decision.
 
2014-04-29 08:49:59 AM  

Bit'O'Gristle: Easy access to a stupid hormonal 17 year old is not a good idea of gun safety. You are making the rest of us who own guns and keep them safe look bad.


He almost certainly knows the code in case he has to Rambo a group of minority home invaders who have already disabled his weirdo parents.  That's the problem here, people own all this goofy shiat that's only purpose is being portable death, and then they complain that they need it to fight tyrany or protect themselves.

If Tyranny comes to your door fighting it is gonna look a lot more like the West Bank than Red Dawn, because you are going to be dead literally within the hour, and you're probably not going to protect yourself from anyone and more likely to open up by mistake on someone you love, so it isn't for protection.

People parrot that goofy shiat about, "The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun."  Great, you know what works better?  Nobody having guns.
 
2014-04-29 08:58:30 AM  

Bit'O'Gristle: And how the hell could you sneak a AK into the bathroom of a school? It's not like its a small weapon. Even wearing a coat, it would be obvious you had SOMETHING under there. And once there, where the hell would you hide it?


The article mentioned he left for school very early.  He likely got in right after the janitor unlocked the doors and moved on to another door, long before other students and staff could've seen him.

I recall when I was a kid, how half the kids poured into the school grounds with seconds to spare getting into class.  It was impressive watching 100 cars fly into the parking lot within 4 minutes and not one hit each other, every single morning.  I had a second floor view of it.
 
2014-04-29 09:01:10 AM  

brimed03: iheartscotch: Ok, this could have been so much worse. But, nobody died, nobody got hurt; the kid's parents noticed something was wrong and pressed panic. They actually found the kid and disarmed him.

And you guys want to crucify the parents? 17 is, hopefully, old enough to know where the gun safe is and where the key is.

It sounds like slappy (the kid) had some sort of arterial motive. Maybe, by talking to him, they can actually figure out why he done it. And what he was trying to accomplish.

Want to know why we're crucify in the parents? Because when they woke up and li'l johnny was gone their first thought was to count the guns.

If li'l johnny is that effed up, his age has nothing to do with it-- he shouldn't have access to the guns. And if they can't guarantee the guns are secure at home, move them all to a locker at the gun club. Or sell them.

Control your kid or lose the guns. Sometimes parenting means hard decisions.

/sarcasm. Should not be a hard decision.


You've got a lot of assumptions there. What if dad was already going to the range that day and that's how he noticed some of the guns were gone? Or, what if slappy left a note?
 
2014-04-29 09:26:06 AM  
Super_pope:

People parrot that goofy shiat about, "The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun."  Great, you know what works better?  Nobody having guns.

Dream on.
 
2014-04-29 09:28:44 AM  

Bit'O'Gristle: And how the hell could you sneak a AK into the bathroom of a school? It's not like its a small weapon. Even wearing a coat, it would be obvious you had SOMETHING under there. And once there, where the hell would you hide it?


It actually is a VERY small weapon...  An AK47 (or more likely, an AKM), with a under folding stock, is barely larger than a big pistol.  It would be relatively easy to conceal it on a person.  (take off shirt, sling it on so it is resting on back, put on shirt and jacket...)  Especially if you have the magazine detached.

(owns a couple AK's...  No kids, and they are still locked up when not in use.)
 
2014-04-29 09:32:19 AM  

LaurenAguilera: Destructor: HindiDiscoMonster: I am sooooo glad I don't go to school in today's world.

Oh, I don't know. It's a trade off. Hot teachers having sex with students... and, every once in a while something scary like this happens.

...that happened even when we were in school, bro. even I had a secret romance with the girls tennis coach my senior year.


img.fark.net
 
2014-04-29 09:34:14 AM  

hobnail: How do you smoke an AK47?


Use a 1 gallon milk jug as a gravity bong.  Exhale while saying, "Boom HEADSHOT!"
 
2014-04-29 09:35:52 AM  

lack of warmth: Bit'O'Gristle: And how the hell could you sneak a AK into the bathroom of a school? It's not like its a small weapon. Even wearing a coat, it would be obvious you had SOMETHING under there. And once there, where the hell would you hide it?


i48.tinypic.com

I can hide it in an ordinary coat.
 
2014-04-29 09:45:54 AM  

lindalouwho: Bit'O'Gristle: If it wasn't for the parents searching for the guns in the house, then going to the school, god knows what could have happened. Here is a thought to the parents. How about locking the farking guns up in a safe or at least a gun cabinet in the home? Easy access to a stupid hormonal 17 year old is not a good idea of gun safety. You are making the rest of us who own guns and keep them safe look bad.

/Take away their FOID cards please.
//Thanks..the world.

I would think a 17 year old might know the combination/where the keys to the safe are. Or at least have no trouble finding them. Aren't teens allowed to do things like target shoot with an adult?

I do wonder why people feel the need to own things like AK-47s tho.

/doesn't own a gun
//not against gun ownership


Because it wasn't an AK47. There are like 20 in the country, as they have been illegal since the 50s.
 
2014-04-29 09:48:25 AM  

smokingcrator: Bit'O'Gristle: And how the hell could you sneak a AK into the bathroom of a school? It's not like its a small weapon. Even wearing a coat, it would be obvious you had SOMETHING under there. And once there, where the hell would you hide it?

It actually is a VERY small weapon...  An AK47 (or more likely, an AKM), with a under folding stock, is barely larger than a big pistol.  It would be relatively easy to conceal it on a person.  (take off shirt, sling it on so it is resting on back, put on shirt and jacket...)  Especially if you have the magazine detached.

(owns a couple AK's...  No kids, and they are still locked up when not in use.)


You quite clearly have no idea what you're talking about. I award you no troll points.
 
2014-04-29 09:53:18 AM  

HindiDiscoMonster: I am sooooo glad I don't go to school in today's world.


Yep! Even in military school, this wouldn't happen! At least we took out our shiat face to face and fist to fist. I'm only 33 and talking like an old man about today's generation.
 
2014-04-29 10:01:21 AM  

Bullseyed: lindalouwho: Bit'O'Gristle: If it wasn't for the parents searching for the guns in the house, then going to the school, god knows what could have happened. Here is a thought to the parents. How about locking the farking guns up in a safe or at least a gun cabinet in the home? Easy access to a stupid hormonal 17 year old is not a good idea of gun safety. You are making the rest of us who own guns and keep them safe look bad.

/Take away their FOID cards please.
//Thanks..the world.

I would think a 17 year old might know the combination/where the keys to the safe are. Or at least have no trouble finding them. Aren't teens allowed to do things like target shoot with an adult?

I do wonder why people feel the need to own things like AK-47s tho.

/doesn't own a gun
//not against gun ownership

Because it wasn't an AK47. There are like 20 in the country, as they have been illegal since the 50s.


Really??!

It's what the article said. And you know what was meant.
 
2014-04-29 10:29:45 AM  

Cold_Sassy: Dream on.


Secure the borders and prevent the manufacture and sale of guns and gun components.  You don't need to go around confiscating anything, within a generation guns will basically be gone.
 
2014-04-29 10:58:17 AM  

Super_pope: Cold_Sassy: Dream on.

Secure the borders and prevent the manufacture and sale of guns and gun components.  You don't need to go around confiscating anything, within a generation guns will basically be gone.


Really?  A generation?  My Mosin Nagant is already over 60 years old....
 
2014-04-29 11:03:23 AM  
 "Madison High School student with 3 loaded guns in custody"

I'm thinking that it's because he was below the Texas state minimum of 4.
 
2014-04-29 11:29:17 AM  

BravadoGT: My Mosin Nagant is already over 60 years old....


Generation is pretty indefinite but based on the average lifespan of an american its still got 15 years to go, and I'm sure you've maintained it with gun maintenance paraphernalia, spare parts, etc etc.  Plus if every time a gun was used in a crime it was just GONE without a replacement ever being manufactured... the pool dries up pretty fast.

And you can reload your own bullets but its not a trivial thing to make acceptable gunpowder etc etc.  Its perfectly realistic to think that it would become a non-trivial issue to maintain a working gun without a specialized workshop and that it would basically require a specific underground trade in many parts of the country.
 
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