Discussion in 'The Thunderdome' started by GahLee, Oct 2, 2017.
Mass shooting at a country music festival. Apparently one suspect taken down.
Looks like 20 plus dead, nearly 100 wounded.
Guy was on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay resort. Reigning down rounds on the concert goers.
Good lord. I cannot figure out how to keep this stuff from happening, and it is sad.
What the hell are we doing to ourselves?
This is horrible.
More than 50 dead, 200 injured
No known motive.
Just found out that one of the teachers that I taught with last year is at that concert and no one has heard from her. This breaks my heart.
Just found out that she is OK.
I just can't and won't ever understand what possesses someone to go and decide to just randomly kill a bunch of strangers.
And to keep doing it. This isn't impulse.
Not at all. This thing was very intricately planned.
Had he not set off the smoke alarm, he would have killed more.
Seeing 67 dead and over 400 injured. Number is gonna keep rising.
Ya, fish in a barrel. It's just as bad as the theater and club shootings, but with more people and a better firing point
What, as a culture, can we do about these things? I am usually not one to say "omg they are happening more often and with deadlier effect! We are doomed!", but it does seem they are happening more often and with deadlier consequences.
The 2nd Amendment is there, and thus disarming the population is not the key (nor should it be imho). But there are so many guns with such deadly accuracy and capacity, these things are insanely deadly.
So what can we do about it?
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