California Burglars Dead

Discussion in 'Firearms in the Media' started by JTJ, May 5, 2014.

  1. JTJ

    JTJ Well-Known Member Supporter

    9,678
    391
    83
  2. Eagle1803

    Eagle1803 New Member

    1,273
    0
    0
    Boys, their has been a terrible lost.:D


    2 less thugs in society, somehow that does not bother me:D
     

  3. CJx

    CJx New Member

    182
    0
    0
    And in one of the most unconstitutional states in the country. Funny how guns in the hands of good people save lives, regardless of the law huh?
     
  4. rjd3282

    rjd3282 New Member

    3,852
    0
    0
    The older thugs girl friend said he was a good person, just misunderstood. Funny, all the good people I know don't rob old ladies.
     
  5. JTJ

    JTJ Well-Known Member Supporter

    9,678
    391
    83
    Either she gets a wake up call or she will find another loser. Worst part is her mother approved their relationship. Maybe he was stealing enough to make them happy. Some people dont care where the money comes from as long as they dont have to earn it. They have taken their parasite training seriously. What part of feed a parasite and they will multiply dont the liberals understand.
     
  6. Mouser

    Mouser Active Member

    733
    46
    28
    A romantic story with a happy ending...in California no less!!!
     
  7. FernandoTheCommando

    FernandoTheCommando New Member

    1,183
    0
    0
    Just read this 5 minutes ago on fox. Happy to hear these punks won't be robbing old ladies anymore. Hopefully californistan won't find some messed up way to bring charges on the homeowners relative for shooting the little dirt bags.
     
  8. Airborne1

    Airborne1 Member

    989
    0
    16
    Another one for the good guy's. Now lets see if they try to prosecute the shooter.
     
  9. DrFootball

    DrFootball disappointed & disgusted, But DETERMINED... Lifetime Supporter

    8,039
    0
    0
    Let's not and Say we did. Seriously, I never wish anyone would HAVE to spend the tens' of Thousands in legal defense fees...


    Sent from my iPad using Firearms Talk
     
  10. Airborne1

    Airborne1 Member

    989
    0
    16
    I feel the same way. I just think that they will try hard to find something wrong with the shoot.
    I hope they do no not though!
     
  11. WebleyFosbery38

    WebleyFosbery38 New Member

    7,510
    2
    0
    What, no do-overs? Sad that they are calling him a kid, kids don't break into homes; he was an adult, now he's a dead adult! I feel sorry for the lady thats been terrorized to the point she finally had to defend herself with lethal force. The vermin wont suffer the same nightmares, his sad story ended that day, no more worries; she will forever suffer the vision of that scene for eternity.

    I think my point about calling him a kid is something we need to revisit in another thread. 30 years ago, a 17 year old was an adult, with adult responsibilities if they chose to enter that world before they were 18 and many did. You dont become an adult just because you gained 24 hours of life, that comes with years of gearing up. We see our babies when we look at our kids that have become adults while we werent paying attention. Do yourselves and society a favor, teach your children to be adults in line with what their human biology has endowed them with. They are much more capable than we give them credit for much earlier in life than we start preparing them.

    If we dont start getting that right, its gonna be lord of the flies on steroids...
     
  12. FernandoTheCommando

    FernandoTheCommando New Member

    1,183
    0
    0
    Well said sir.
     
  13. Tackleberry1

    Tackleberry1 New Member

    6,165
    3
    0
    Suspects Girlfriends Mother... "He was just misunderstood"

    Hmm... :confused:

    Sorry the goblins chose to put the homeowner through all that.

    Knowing CA... They'll probable charge the shooter with interfering with a government operation since he denied "the system" several more years to help screw these goblins up.
     
  14. Overkill0084

    Overkill0084 Active Member

    4,910
    2
    38
    Misunderstood how? I find this line of thought interesting. A good person seldom gets shot while committing home invasion robbery. No, this time the "good person" was on the other side of the gun.
    It's also funny how none of these people seem to have in them to say that if the stupid little dumb___ wouldn't have been breaking into houses, he might still be around. No, it's always, he was "misunderstood," or he "was turning his life around" or other such nonsense. The whole mindset is off. It couldn't be his fault. Hell no, that would mean people are responsible for their actions.

    EDIT:

    This muddies the water somewhat:
    http://hotair.com/archives/2014/05/...rstand-why-teen-home-invaders-were-shot-dead/

     
    Last edited: May 7, 2014
  15. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

    7
    2
    0
    i'd be totally shocked if one of these scumbag's family ever came out said something like, "well he got what he deserved for breaking into someone's home" or, "dumb$h!t got what he had coming" or, "he was just trying to support his crack habit and he was worthless"

    but they always defend the scumbag and try an potray them as saints or misunderstood, or they just had some bad breaks in life. typical BS!
     
  16. FernandoTheCommando

    FernandoTheCommando New Member

    1,183
    0
    0
    Sorry excuses. What these people constantly fail to realize is that YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN ACTIONS. All this "he got a bad break" or "he's had a tough life" are all bs excuses. There are millions of people who have had terrible upbringing in awful neighborhoods and they have still managed to lead productive lives. This is America, and with all the opportunities we have, especially for certain ethnic groups, there is almost no excuse for criminal behavior like this. You're right though, there's always gonna be a family member defending them. Plenty of people, with seemingly bad luck, have decided NOT to become criminals. I don't care if you work fast food all your life. As long as you are working, paying your taxes, and not committing crimes, then you are ok in my book. It's a bit sad that someone so young was killed when they still had years to turn their life around. But, if you decide to rob old ladies, then that's the price you pay and I feel no shame in saying that. Good riddance.
     
  17. Tackleberry1

    Tackleberry1 New Member

    6,165
    3
    0
    Of course... Saying the goblin got what he deserved would be admitting to being a parent too interested in drugs, booze, or whatever else the people who breed these little thugs are into... because they sure as hell aren't into being "good" parents.

    Age is irrelevant to my... Any kid not raised to respect the sanctity of his neighbors home will eventually find himself a prison cell... or a bullet... The only question is how many lives he'll wreck before that happens.

    Seems to me our homeowner caught these two on the upslope. ;)

    Tack
     
  18. therukh

    therukh New Member

    361
    0
    0
    Liberals are parasites...and she will find another loser...or my name isn't The Rukh.
     
  19. WebleyFosbery38

    WebleyFosbery38 New Member

    7,510
    2
    0
    I think age is relevant as is the upbringing, they are linked. In the absence of parents, the state has the ultimate responsibility of ensuring these "kids" become healthy adults the same as those with parents. Problem is, they still think kids magically become adults (at age 26 now!).

    Humans are not caterpillars, we dont stop what were doing then change into a whole other critter overnight. Kids becoming adults is like a ven diagram not one exclusive of another. Weve moved from an analog society to digital, life and growth are slow and progressive, even a 11 year old has some adult urges and tendencies motivated by biology not culture. They need to be cultured and groomed not exempted because of a chronological benchmark they have yet to reach.

    My wife was fond of excusing our daughters failures as not ready to be an adult yet. It was us that failed to make her road ready as her body and mind became more alert and aware of all that she could be exposed to without guardians present to ensure she didnt make very bad choices.

    Being easy on kids means they will likely have a very hard life once the school of hard knocks takes over from the school of unreal and felicity is no longer present in their lives.
     
  20. Holmes375

    Holmes375 New Member

    344
    0
    0
    Misunderstood? It seems to me the home owner understood him perfectly.