There's another thread for that discussion.
There's another thread for that discussion.
Tough dilly dally. Dead = rain.
You know who else was a kid? Joseph Stalin.
Perhaps removing them from the hands of mentally unstable individuals would be the next.
Or, the easiest solution of all: repeal the fucking 2nd amendment. This shit ONLY happened because some dumb fucking kid had a gun and a bad day. Could be anyone. Easy problem to solve but some backwoods hick cousinfuckers still seem to think owning a gun is completely necessary. The problem here is that our country is overrun by morons. The solution is clearly to disarm those morons.
Sorry if that seemed like I was arguing with you. It's just that, yes, there is a very obvious perfect answer. Nobody will admit it though, if it threatens their "right" to bear arms. Fucking stupid. Nobody should be able to own something for which the only use is to kill.
Nobody's debating here. Feel free to cliche it up.
You know what's worse than a bunch of children getting shot? A bunch of children eating gay dicks to survive. That happens twelve time a brunch. Your life is stupid.
Hold on I think I just broke the Ferhmer Barrier.
I intentionally stayed off the boards today in case someone with little regards to humans was to post, but I'm shocked it was you Jeff. The thread title alone makes a mockery out of the incident and I'm offended you made such a title. I've already shed enough tears in regards to this because this hit home with me. Having a child who is between the age of K-4 makes me weep inside. Remembering how my son looked his first day of Kindergarten, eyes wide with ambition and curiosity of life... now deeply empathizing with the parents who now have to see their little 5 year olds lifeless on the floor is absolutely dreadful. It literally crushes me inside.
Imagine this little face (he started Kindergarten the within days of this picture)
Never to blow out another candle again...
Now imagine that little face shot and dead on his school room floor (these were the thoughts racing through my mind). Unless you have child(ren), it's difficult to understand the magnitude of this incident and the affect on your psyche. My heart aches and goes out tremendously for those parents, family and siblings. I feel so bad for all of them and mere tears cannot explain the emotions and pain I feel for those affected. Being a parent of a young child drastically changes your perspective on the matter. Not disregarding others' feelings, but it surely is the icing on the sorrowful cake. I was literally bawling when I heard the two sent to the hospital were children who did not make it-- I couldn't control myself, I wept. The fact it was children--sitting ducks in a pond, validates this guy had major mental issues. I hugged my son so tightly and expressed how much I dearly love him. Again, this is such a sad incident and I cannot express enough support and empathy. May my prayers be with the families and everyone else influenced.
Last edited by Originalbob; 12-15-2012 at 04:36 AM.
Mockery? You must not have read the post where I apologized and gave a brief explanation on the title. If you want to believe that I am not deeply saddened to make yourself feel better, have at it. It's not the case though.
way to go to miss my point miss"cptncrzy"bitch
my whole point was out of respect for the families that lost their children, but you turned it around on yourself, fatass, you make me sick
Originalbob has gay herpes.
I am 25 years old, and there has never been an incident in my lifetime that broke my heart as much as this. Not even 9/11.
Just imagining the fear that those kids were feeling literally makes me sick to my stomach. I'm not gonna lie, when I got home from work and started watching CNN and getting more info about what happend I started to cry.
You're a piece of shit. But I'm sure you know that already.
9/11 >>> 12/14
Both sad and shouldn't be compared but since Sepagroove had to take it there..
And I wasn't comparing. Just saying that this was more sad for me because so many children were involved.
1. React with shock
2. Express outrage and righteous indignation. Perhaps confess to having shed a tear.
3. Call for renewed, serious discussion about gun control.
Repeat as necessary.
Fui quod es, eris quod sum. I once was what you are, you will be what I am - epitaph carved on Roman gravestones.