Originally Posted by dexternjack
You made your point but one is still too many. I wonder how many of those shootings happened to kids around the ages of 6? High school and junior high school kids know when to run facing imminent danger. Those kids in Conn are young, they haven't been exposed to that kind of evil with no instinct to run and hide.
I really wish that idiot would have been caught alive to face the consequences and if my girl would have been one of the innocent victims, that guy would endure a very slow and painful death at my hands.
I am still out of sorts over this if yall can't tell
I want to be clear. I'm not suggesting that we shouldn't do things to try to prevent them. The United States still outpaces the rest of the developed world in mass shootings by a lot. I was just pointing out that this isn't a new or worsening problem.
When people get nostalgic for the "good old days" when stuff like this supposedly didn't happen, they're really just being nostalgic for a time when they didn't know
that stuff like this was going on.