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(Orlando Sentinel)   Police said the 8 year-old brought the loaded gun onto the bus so he could amaze his classmates at show and tell   (orlandosentinel.com) divider line 26
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2014-05-01 08:09:53 PM
When I was in school, they made us leave firearms in the principal's office, they had to be unloaded, and preferably in a case, or they had to stay in our vehicles. No show and tell stories for us. :(

/lawn
 
2014-05-01 10:22:55 PM
I can see that. What's the problem?
 
2014-05-01 11:32:37 PM

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2014-05-01 11:34:04 PM

ElLoco: When I was in school, they made us leave firearms in the principal's office, they had to be unloaded, and preferably in a case, or they had to stay in our vehicles. No show and tell stories for us. :(

/lawn


When I was in school, the homecoming queen had a gun and killed a bunch of people (including the whole glee club) because of some guy named Johnny
 
2014-05-01 11:36:02 PM
When I was 8 a kid brought a gun his backpack and accidentally shot himself in the leg. Totally disrupted Silent Reading.
 
2014-05-01 11:37:34 PM

ransack.: ElLoco: When I was in school, they made us leave firearms in the principal's office, they had to be unloaded, and preferably in a case, or they had to stay in our vehicles. No show and tell stories for us. :(

/lawn

When I was in school, the homecoming queen had a gun and killed a bunch of people (including the whole glee club) because of some guy named Johnny


So not a total loss.
 
2014-05-01 11:42:59 PM
Yeah, well, you never know when Ace Merrill will show up.
 
2014-05-01 11:43:22 PM
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2014-05-01 11:48:57 PM

ransack.: ElLoco: When I was in school, they made us leave firearms in the principal's office, they had to be unloaded, and preferably in a case, or they had to stay in our vehicles. No show and tell stories for us. :(

/lawn

When I was in school, the homecoming queen had a gun and killed a bunch of people (including the whole glee club) because of some guy named Johnny


Johnny got his gun?

/got nothing
 
2014-05-01 11:50:26 PM

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I am saving that for use in future Fark Gun ThreadsTM
 
2014-05-01 11:55:48 PM
I know a few people who say that in the 70s that was called The principal walks over, picks up the shotgun, looks it over then says "Nice shotgun. What rounds do you use."  Then gestures "Ok everyone, it's time to get to class so get out of the parking lot"
 
2014-05-01 11:58:50 PM
Yeah, the parent(s) need some chatting about proper gun safety.

Seriously, how did an 8 year old kid get a hold of a loaded gun?
 
2014-05-02 12:01:55 AM
So were the classmates amused or what?
 
2014-05-02 12:10:45 AM
The same damned thing happened to Dylan Klebold in 1989 - he was robbed of the experience of entertaining and informing his fellow 2nd grade classmates, leaving school a shattered young boy.  And look what happened to him.
 
2014-05-02 12:32:00 AM

ransack.: ElLoco: When I was in school, they made us leave firearms in the principal's office, they had to be unloaded, and preferably in a case, or they had to stay in our vehicles. No show and tell stories for us. :(

/lawn

When I was in school, the homecoming queen had a gun and killed a bunch of people (including the whole glee club) because of some guy named Johnny


That's better than the kid who was wandering around a shooing range on an army base and found what he thought was a inoperable old-school rifle grenade.  He took it to school, threw it into a wood vise during shop class, and then took a power drill to the business end of it.  For a very short fraction of a second he figured out that it was, in fact, NOT a dud, before the rest of the item began moving very, very fast and perforated him and several other classmates.
 
2014-05-02 12:53:15 AM
Can you ride shotgun on a school bus?
 
2014-05-02 12:56:12 AM

ransack.: ElLoco: When I was in school, they made us leave firearms in the principal's office, they had to be unloaded, and preferably in a case, or they had to stay in our vehicles. No show and tell stories for us. :(

/lawn

When I was in school, the homecoming queen had a gun and killed a bunch of people (including the whole glee club) because of some guy named Johnny


Johnny? Who's Johnny?

/Julie Brown's YouTube channel is fun.
 
2014-05-02 12:57:55 AM

Secret Master of All Flatulence: ransack.: ElLoco: When I was in school, they made us leave firearms in the principal's office, they had to be unloaded, and preferably in a case, or they had to stay in our vehicles. No show and tell stories for us. :(

/lawn

When I was in school, the homecoming queen had a gun and killed a bunch of people (including the whole glee club) because of some guy named Johnny

That's better than the kid who was wandering around a shooing range on an army base and found what he thought was a inoperable old-school rifle grenade.  He took it to school, threw it into a wood vise during shop class, and then took a power drill to the business end of it.  For a very short fraction of a second he figured out that it was, in fact, NOT a dud, before the rest of the item began moving very, very fast and perforated him and several other classmates.


...link?

Because if I google for "grenade explosion shop class" most of the first page is for video games.
 
2014-05-02 01:57:26 AM
[Florida] nothing to see here move along.
 
2014-05-02 02:26:37 AM
 
2014-05-02 05:27:43 AM
At least he didn't bring junk food to pass around during lunch. That would be unforgivable.
 
2014-05-02 10:03:46 AM
When his parents were later interviewed at home, he was drawing pictures of mountaintops, with him on top, laughing at the sun, arms raised in a V.
 
2014-05-02 10:08:49 AM
It was a .45 Glock AK-9mm? Assault pistol.

Well, were they farking scared?


I'm sort of joking, but I am not so sure the charge for improper storage should be a simple minor misdemeanor.

That means he can get his gun taken six times without losing his right to own it.

If his son accidentally killed himself, would the charge still allow him to keep his gun?
 
2014-05-02 03:14:25 PM
I thought that since guns were illegal on school grounds this type of thing would never happen.
 
2014-05-02 04:43:26 PM
The parents should be charged with failure to secure their weapons.  The fact that they won't be is why this keeps happening.
 
2014-05-02 08:24:34 PM
Jeremy needs to just STFU.
 
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