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Do you see the looks on the faces of these people?
That is called grief. All of the pics that are in the article.
150 plus rounds. It was about a 'high score' kill. That is what it is referred in online forums.
A 'heroing' is when they are going to commit suicide.
There are a lot of these shootings each year that also do not pan out like the perp thinks it will.
There are 2 totally different types of shootings.
Why aren't the parents of the dead children challenging the skepticism about the shootings?
Different people react and cope in different ways to tragedy
With the police report due to be released soon I have to wonder what the final accounting of the types and whereabouts of the weapons will be.
reply to post by angryhulk
You have no idea - at all - what grief does to people do you? That guy is likely to be going through the full range of the emotional spectrum. He is nervous, he doesn't know what he's gooing to say, his kid has just been killed and yet you expect him to react in a manner that befits only what you define.
I've seen people who have lost loved ones go from tears to laughter, and back again in seconds. Hell I've done it myself. Its because their mind is racing and while they are grieving they are also trying to pull anything good back into their heads to offset the pain they are feeling. A voice, a mental image, a favopurite phrase, even a look. Any damn thing that can give them an anchor into the real world.
You are trying to read the mind of a man who has experienced an ultimate tragedy. You can't. You are not him, you are not in his head and you sure as hell are in no position to judge him based on what you perceive he should be doing.
Welcome to my conversation.