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SchoolShooting.org launched on April 20, 2009 to commemorate the victims of the Columbine shooting. Although certain shootings, such as the Columbine and Virginia Tech tragedies, have received significant ongoing media coverage, there are hundreds of other shootings taking place in our schools at the local level. Given that there was no authoritative information resource on these incidents, we thought that we would fill a void with SchoolShooting.org. We hope first and foremost that this website will serve as a useful information resource to the public. Various organizations are welcome to refer to this data for whatever purpose they see fit.
Although it is not the primary purpose of SchoolShooting.org, we do also hope that the information on this website will ultimately translate into common-sense action to keep firearms out of the hands of children and students. We are not opposed to the right of Americans to buy firearms, as long as reasonable steps are taken to keep the firearms out of the hands of children and those with backgrounds that would indicate a threat to society.
all of those massacres on innocent could have been prevented
just by looking at a few disturbed facebook pictures of someone
criminal profiling ..
Originally posted by MeesterB
I couldn't force myself to read all of your post, but here is what I gathered.
You don't want people to have avatars with guns because it's a reminder of crazy people who posted pictures of themselves then shot people.
Maybe we should let people have them so we can see it coming? Ya know, see who the crazies are.
Regardless, you are being over-sensitive.