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Double Murder on "Gun-Free" College Campus in Wyoming

Lawrence29 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 1:32 PM
I am a university administrator. I can say with 100% certainty that American University and College Campus are some of the most dangerous living environments for young teens and not quite mature college students. In our efforts toward freedom we are making it as dangerous as possible. And I cannot recommend any parent send their child to a university or college with any assumption of physical safety.
JasonCharleston Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 1:56 PM
Young men on anti-anxiety drugs is a really, really bad idea as well.

There are some things you want people to be anxious about. Mass homicide being one of them.

Also, you give a sick twist limitless cash. Joker killer used his college loans to a $5000 gun.
AZYaateeh Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 7:10 PM
Wow, do you often shoot your mouth off about issues you know nothing about?

Hint, anxious people are more likely to be violent—because more things seem like a threat. Also, clinical "anxiety" is, biochemically, basically the same thing as sleep deprivation (the same chemical that gets depleted when you don't sleep is the one people with anxiety disorders are low on).

And hey, guess what, know what one symptom of sleep deprivation is? Lack of inhibitions. As in, they're more likely to try mass homicide. Which they wouldn't, if their brain-chemistry were working right.

If you were involved in a desperately violent situation would you want to be armed and protected or left empty handed?

If it were me--a responsible 22 year old woman--I sure wouldn't want to be found in harms way without a way to defend myself, no matter what the location.

Two people--a faculty member and an additional victim (likely a student)--were violently murdered at Casper College in Wyoming this morning. The college spokesman, Rich Fujita, told reporters that a crossbow and another similar weapon were used in the attacks.

Wyoming state gun laws leave it to the...