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Originally posted by longlostbrother
reply to post by EyesWideShut
You could also stop them by not selling them guns.
Simply compare the number of gun deaths in countries with strict gun control to those with loose gun control.
I don't need a gun to stop a gunman, because there's no gunmen here, because there's essentially no guns here.
Originally posted by EyesWideShut
Originally posted by Kastogere
reply to post by MeesterB
Ask yourself one question? Why did not one individual run to the gunfire instead of away from it like a bunch of lemming diving off a cliff?
Im the idiot that runs to the gun fire to protect those who wont. Im stupid that way.
Spoken like someone that's never been shot at. I can locate & close with the best of em', but I have 15+1 on my hip.
Originally posted by JBRiddle
Shooting occurred at Century Cinema in Aurora, Colorado.
Sad that the opening night for The Dark Knight Rises was ruined.
I love how every foreigner to the U.S. always has to state their opinion on forums like this about how typical it is for something like this to happen here in the U.S. as if it doesn't happen in their own country...
The Toulouse and Montauban shootings were a series of three gun attacks targeting French soldiers and Jewish civilians in the cities of Montauban and Toulouse in the Midi-Pyrénées region of France in March 2012. In total, seven people were killed, and five others were injured, four seriously. The perpetrator was shot and killed after a 30-hour siege with police.
The first attack occurred on 11 March, when a Muslim French paratrooper was shot dead in Toulouse. A second attack on 15 March killed two uniformed soldiers and seriously injured another in a shopping centre in Montauban. On 19 March, four people, including three children, were killed at the Ozar Hatorah Jewish day school. Thereafter, the Vigipirate, France's terror alert system, was raised to its highest level in the Midi-Pyrénées region and surrounding departements. The United Nations, many governments around the world, and the French Council of the Muslim Faith condemned the attacks.