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Originally posted by smyleegrl
According to a book I read recently about Columbine, Eric Harris was rather popular and certainly not a social outcast. He and Dylan both were extremely intelligent, in the gifted program, taking honors classes, etc. They were not the victims of bullying (as was first believed), they had one reason for doing what they did....fame and glory.
Specifically, they wanted to top McVeigh's "kill count." They intended to massacre as many people as possible.
They planted several tank bombs in the cafeteria, which, had they worked, would have killed hundreds. Luckily the bombs didn't detonate, but the shooters were able to kill several anyway.
Low-quality males? Doesn't fit here.
Originally posted by rtyfx
God called. You've been fast-tracked for hell.
Originally posted by PerfectAnomoly
I'm still trying to get over the fact that you seem to tie a persons "value" in with how attractive they are and how much money they earn.... Interesting theory.... materialistically biased...
Originally posted by EvilSadamClone
If they're really low value males, then maybe you don't want to aggravate things by shoving it into their faces.
Think about it.
People with social and mental problems will lash out at people just ebcause they've been told they're low value males all of their lives.
So really, why aggravate things?
Do you really think you're doing any good with junk like this?