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originally posted by: Murgatroid
originally posted by: Jansy
We, as a society, are reaping what we've sown. I don't know why anybody with a brain is surprised...
Your post was dead on Jansy...
Those who can't see it are simply blinded by the same propaganda as those who commit these crimes.
The evidence backs you up as well...
originally posted by: Jansy
a reply to: yuppa
I doubt they'll be kissing anything in the future...more like blowing everyone away...because they will have had all that good virtual target practice...
But...whatever. It's still a free country (for the moment), and TPTB are more likely to start banning worshipping God and persecuting people for loving their neighbor than trying to stop the commercialization/glorification of violence and mayhem.
Oh...and good for you for sticking to your (virtual) guns...yay...
After shooting and killing his girlfriend in Mississippi on Monday morning – and before he shot and killed his colleague later that day – Shannon Lamb wrote a note to say that he was “sorry” for the first murder and wished he “could take it back,” authorities revealed Tuesday.
Lamb told the dispatcher that police needed to send officers over to his home. He said "I shot my wife last night" and also mentioned that there is a "sweet dog" in the house that is "not going to bother anyone" but is likely upset. Police asked the caller his name, but he didn't give it. Lamb did not provide an explanation for the shooting. When police got to the scene they found the body of Amy Prentiss, 41, and a handwritten note from Lamb, 45, that said: "I am so sorry I wish I could take it back. I loved Amy and she is the only person who ever loved me."
Despite reports Monday that Lamb allegedly believed Prentiss was also romantically involved with Schmidt, authorities said Tuesday that there was “no information, no evidence” of a “love triangle.” Prentiss was described as a "good person" by Shawn O'Steen, who said he had been married to her for about seven years. The two divorced 15 years ago, but remained friends. O'Steen said he and Prentiss had a daughter, who is 19, and she was "devastated." He said Prentiss and her daughter were "absolutely best friends.
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
a reply to: MamaJ
Make sure to get some training too....that way you can make sure to hit the intended when it may be needed...practice practice practice....
This is one of the main reasons I carry.....it actually stemmed from an attempted break in at my house while I lived in Mississippi a long time ago.
Im not into clips so Im thinking I want a 38 and a Derringer.
originally posted by: MamaJ
a reply to: TNMockingbird
Oh check this out.
My daughter AGAIN.. texts... then calls saying her bus driver has a gun. The guys on the bus are trying to make him pull over. The bus driver she said is a sub.
I FREAKED out , asked her where she was and went to the street she said she was on... all the while thinking crazy thoughts and crying.
Almost there and I see blue lights and the bus.
They had the kids outside the bus and the bus driver in the back of the cop car talking to him. They had another bus come and take ALL the kids back to the school where we had to show proof they were our kids. She was in the 8th grade... Im sure she is old enough to say who her mom is. Come on now!
I told the cop how I felt and then told school board and on and on. Made me so mad. Once they go to school ( prison) your rights are done as a parent. Ive had them ask me why I wanted to sign them out early and my reply is "it's none of your business."
They didn't like that.
Machine guns? hehe stay safe!!