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originally posted by: angeldoll
originally posted by: IAMTAT
Shooter came in on Air Canada Flt. Claimed bag...got gun and started shooting.
Wow! Any ideas on where the gun came from?
originally posted by: avgguy
a reply to: Nyiah
And there's also "pan sexuals" but just because it has a name doesn't mean it's real.
According to census reports, of the above races the largest number of Hispanic or Latinos are of the White Race, the second largest number come from the Native American/American Indian race who were the indigenous people of the Americas. The inhabitants of Easter Island are Pacific Islanders and since the island belongs to Chile they are theoretically Hispanic or Latinos. Because Hispanic roots are considered aligned with a European ancestry (Spain), Hispanic/Latino ancestry is defined solely as an ethnic designation (similar to being Norse or Germanic). Therefore, a person of Hispanic descent is typically defined using both race and ethnicity as an identifier—i.e., Black-Hispanic, White-Hispanic, Asian-Hispanic, Amerindian-Hispanic or "other race" Hispanic.
originally posted by: joemoe
a reply to: LogicalGraphitti
Sure you can check-in firearms on a flight. That is normal as long that you declare it at the check-in counter, the flight is domestic and you can legally own that particular firearm at both your departure and destination.
Hmm...lone gunman...no wait two gunmen...no wait one...or wait, is it two?
Five people dead...wait three...oh no wait it's one and six injured...wait no no it's at least five injured one dead...oh wait possibly up to three dead and six injured...