Five people were stabbed to death Friday morning at a market in the capital of Hunan Province in central China. Local media report that several Uighur “naan peddlers” suddenly went on a knifing rampage after a disagreement among food stall owners escalated into violence.
Police shot dead one of the knife-wielding assailants and arrested another, the AP reports.
The killings recalled a Chinese massacre from earlier this month when 29 people were knifed to death — and another 140 injured — at a train station in southern China. Authorities quickly pinned the “terrorist attack” on “Xinjiang separatist forces.” Xinjiang is a far northwestern province of China populated by the predominantly Muslim Uighur ethnic group.
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And these terrible instruments of death lurk in every home!
Don't even get me started on fingers, some people have as many as ten!
Wonders how many would be alive and unharmed if the victims or some bystander had a concealed Carry Permit.
The ethologist John B. Calhoun coined the term "behavioral sink" to describe the collapse in behavior which resulted from overcrowding.
How about this, what if one of the bystanders was an eleven foot robot from mars that could leap buildings with the powers of dreams?
How much violence do you think would happen then?, I think violence -500, thats right, MINUS 500 thats how much violence.
I further propose that koi carp should be kept in saucepans in every street corner in china, as we all know, much like conceal carry permits for firearms, koi carp kept in saucepans stops violence.
I dunno about koi carp in a saucepan stopping violence but it's making me hungry...
Carp recipes are common. Ron Brooks reminded mo how to cook roasted planked carp. Scale and gut a carp. Nail it to a plank. Roast over an open fire until the meat flakes. Throw away the carp and eat the plank. Onions and bell pepper may be added. There is also a recipe for baked carp. Scale and gut the carp and split into two halves. Place a brick between the two halves, cover with bell pepper, onion and salt and wrap in tin foil Bake in an oven for three hours. Unwrap carefully, throw away the carp and eat the brick. It will be better than the carp. Also works with a shingle or, if camping, a river rock.