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originally posted by: TexasTruth
a reply to: CriticalStinker
I agree but probably not in the way you are thinking. Maybe so...
My kids school would make a far left liberals head explode. They recite the Pledge, they meet at the pole for prayer, and they pray after games.
I know for a FACT, that if someone came in that front door carrying a gun they would be mowed down before they ever hit a classroom. It's a don't ask don't tell type thing in a wealthy small Texas town. If a kid snuck it in, if they were not dropped there they would be blown to pieces leaving that room.
originally posted by: Blue Shift
originally posted by: Willtell
Don’t forget kids too. Since their mostly the victims of our sick society.
Good point. If anybody needs guns, it's troubled kids being bothered by bullies! How else are they going to defend themselves?
originally posted by: toysforadults
*everyone* why do these shootings keep happening?
*also everyone* treat's everyone around them like a human ATM's and sees other humans as resources with zero to no empathy
When a shooter opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County on Wednesday afternoon, reports emerged — persistent but unconfirmed by authorities as of early evening — of a football coach and security guard jumping in front of students to protect them from the shooter.
Coach Aaron Feis was initially said to be dead, eliciting tributes on social media. Subsequent posts said he was wounded but had survived the shooting.
“Coach Feis has not passed. He was shot but is not dead,” Jordan May, a coach at the school and the son of head football coach Willis “Peanut” May, said on Twitter. He did not have first-hand knowledge of how Feis had been shot. As for his father, Jordan May said he was in his office during the rampage and got out unscathed.
None of those who posted on social media claimed to have seen what happened to Coach Feis.
Feis has worked as a security guard at the school for at least eight years and takes his role protecting students very seriously, said Andrew Hofmann, a former student at the school who recently coached the swimming and water polo teams.
“He’s very well dedicated to the safety of the school during the daytime,” Hofmann said.
Hofmann described the coach as “a quiet person” with a good sense of humor. “When there’s a funny joke he is always laughing for sure,” he said.
originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: Willtell
The culture where there are more guns than people
You mean that culture where 99.99% of the people that live in this country don't ever get shot.
That 'gun culture'?