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Old 07-23-2012, 12:10 PM   #21
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I always carry at the movies. Without failure.
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You can sit next to me.
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So do I because if it ain't safe in church on Sunday, it won't be in movie theatres too.
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...I hope they release that POS into general population in the prison so the inmates destroy his ass (literally, but not literally lol)
He'll be in prison with other murderers, rapists, and pedophiles. Why would you expect them to do anything to him? He's one of THEM! He's just like the rest of the slime in there. Why the heck would you expect them to dish out any justice to him? More than likely there will be guys in there who actually admire what he did.
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He'll be in prison with other murderers, rapists, and pedophiles. Why would you expect them to do anything to him? He's one of THEM! He's just like the rest of the slime in there. Why the heck would you expect them to dish out any justice to him? More than likely there will be guys in there who actually admire what he did.
I work in a prison, trust me, he's gonna be king. Which means, the other inmates will want to take him down. Then THEY get to be "famous"
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He'll be in prison with other murderers, rapists, and pedophiles. Why would you expect them to do anything to him? He's one of THEM! He's just like the rest of the slime in there. Why the heck would you expect them to dish out any justice to him? More than likely there will be guys in there who actually admire what he did.
In several articles they've said that the inmates already don't like him for killing innocent little kids. And supposedly, as they were escorting him through the corridors they started chanting "child killer" (or something along those lines). I have no remorse for this POS, I hope they work his over ten fold.
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Maybe the public needs to be exposed to the positive side of shooting for once. Maybe some clubs could have a "Free Range Day" for brand new shooters. Members could volunteer to train one-on-one and answer questions. Maybe a trick shooter could put on a demonstration for fun. Hot dogs, soda...it would have a much better effect than reading every single day about another family of an Aurora victim.
That would be a great idea!! That is the problem in the news of showing all the violence with firearms because of some idiots. The only thing with a "free range day" is wouldn't they need extra insurance or not?
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Many years ago, they offered marksmanship in public school! It was a PE elective and/or an extra-curricular activity. They used real firearms too! .22LR is what you used in that sport. They used to do it in the Boy Scouts too (don't know of they still do).

We've let the emotionally-driven, weak-minded MINORITY in this country fuss and whine restrictive laws into existence. Today, I would not at all be surprised if there was a HUGE uproarious outcry if someone suggested that we teach riflery in schools again.

Riflery and archery were just sports on school. Now, you're looked at as some kind of irresponsible person if you want to teach a kid how to handle a firearm!
I learned archery when I was in middle school. I currently teach 8th grade and I know that many of my students hunt and go shooting with their families. I don't see the harm in these programs except for the few kids that I wouldn't even let stand behind me because I can't trust them. Kids are not like they used to be unfortunately.
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In several articles they've said that the inmates already don't like him for killing innocent little kids. And supposedly, as they were escorting him through the corridors they started chanting "child killer" (or something along those lines). I have no remorse for this POS, I hope they work his over ten fold.
That'd be wonderful! I don't know how he will avoid the mental hospital though. IIRC, he said the was The Joker from
Batman. Maybe he's not insane. Maybe he's just wicked.
I hear Colorado has the death penalty.

I support capital punishment--especially for this crime. I just hope he doesn't earn the death penalty for out 2nd Amendment too.

This might be all the justification this administration needs to sign the UN Small Arms Treaty this week.
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Maybe the public needs to be exposed to the positive side of shooting for once. Maybe some clubs could have a "Free Range Day" for brand new shooters. Members could volunteer to train one-on-one and answer questions. Maybe a trick shooter could put on a demonstration for fun. Hot dogs, soda...it would have a much better effect than reading every single day about another family of an Aurora victim.
I agree. I really like your idea too.

I'd like to add (and I know it can get expensive) that the NRA needs to do TV advertising. Get on TV--in the mass public's eye--and show the public that guns can be safe and fun. I think the NRA needs to put an effort into more radio & TV public service announcements (PSA). My involvement in firearms goes back to to 1980 and in all this time, I've yet to see an NRA presence in TV advertising.

Sure, they do some stuff on some specific cable channels and some hunting show stuff but that's not enough. Besides, there are MANY gun owners/supporters who do NOT support hunting! I have friends and relatives who don't support the killing of animals with firearms but DO support their use in self-defense. My point is, there are many shades of gun supporter in this great nation and the local gun shops and ranges and the NRA--especially since they are the national face of gun owners--needs to step up to the challenge of educating and informing the public and ADVERTISING the positive aspects of firearms!

What good is a window decal in the back of my truck if the rest of the community associates that with "gun nut"?!
When the average joe sees an NRA decal in a vehicle, I don't think they see someone they can go to for help or safety in an emergency. I think many people see a "gun nut" and somebody "You'd better not mess with."
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