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Michael3893 Wrote: Dec 16, 2012 11:37 AM
What about fists. They can kill, too. And underwear, too. Haven't people been strangled with pantyhose? Oh, don't forget those lethal neckties. Boots can be bad. Haven't a few people been stomped to death? Anyone familiar with the martial arts should be turned into a quadriplegic, because their bodies are lethal weapons. Is this silly and absurd enough, yet?
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The Newtown Tragedy

Michael3893 Wrote: Dec 16, 2012 11:27 AM
Freedom of the press is freedom of the press. The market will determine who is the press. Freedom of the press allows the stupid to fully expose their stupidity. Some of their stupidity even becomes late night TV talk show comedy.
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The Newtown Tragedy

Michael3893 Wrote: Dec 16, 2012 10:56 AM
In China, the citizens don't have guns. In the last week or so a knife-wielding man attacked a school and slit about thirty children's throats. Should we just go ahead and ban knives, too, while we're at it? If a few of faculty and staff were packing, maybe the death toll of innocents in Newtown would be one or two, rather than twenty children and seven adults?
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Michael3893 Wrote: Dec 16, 2012 10:25 AM
Tragedy is too mild of a word to describe this travesty, massacre, mass murder, by a depraved twenty year old, barely-a-man, chronolgically. My question is this: Did his mother pay the ultimate price for poor parenting/a broken home? How we live our lives and raise our children can affect those far beyond our own families. Case in point: Adolph Hitler's father was illegimate. How did growing up as the son of a b*stard affect him and his choices in life? Was Adam Lanza Hitleresque, just on a smaller scale? He sure ruined his surviving family's name, forever. How will his older brother ever live down the fact his younger brother was a mass murderer? Was he passively complicit? I doubt we will ever know. Too many questions and too few answers.
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