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Guns Killing Spree April 18, 2007

Posted by WishBoNe in Animals, Emotions & Feelings, Family, Friendship, Health and Fitness, Random Thoughts, Relationships, Romance/ Love, Studies.
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We don’t have guns. We are not allowed by the law to have guns. The good thing with such a law? We don’t have maniacs or ruthlessly methodical gunmen ruining the lives of innocents. Such news on students being killed during their classes just makes me wonder why do so many immigrants want to live in such a country in the first place. There’s no security in school. Isn’t school supposed to be a safe place to study instead of being randomly killed while attending a lesson?

The recent killing spree by a suspected South Korean student who was a PR has proved yet again that the law has to be tweaked. It is good news for their media who milked every tear and terrified recounts in the aftermath.

An earlier gunning spree happened in Columbine High School whereby two gunmen were happily shooting everyone in sight. There were warning signs that no one caught on till that fateful day. That day was known as Columbine High School Massacre.

Perhaps, due to the hunting season in large countries, guns and rifles are allowed to be sold.

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1. CMB - April 20, 2007

“We don’t have guns. We are not allowed by the law to have guns. The good thing with such a law? We don’t have maniacs or ruthlessly methodical gunmen ruining the lives of innocents.”

Were you being sarcastic?

2. WishBoNe - April 20, 2007

No, why do you say that?

3. CMB - April 21, 2007

Because the law *clearly* did not prevent this maniac from killing people. What country are you in where there are absolutely no guns available anywhere?

4. WishBoNe - April 21, 2007

What I meant was that guns are not allowed by the law to be sold to just anyone. Citizens don’t have the rights to purchase because there is no public listed shops to sell any.

A law can’t prevent a person from thinking of killing anyone and their determinations to kill. The killing spree shows that the law is not in place for that area and thus, the student had dark thoughts made use of the weakness in it to start his deadly mission.

Why are you so offended?

5. CMB - April 22, 2007

I’m not offended; just confused. When I wrote the initial post, I thought you lived in America, mainly because your command of the English language is better than most Americans’. It’s pretty clear now that you don’t live in America.

6. WishBoNe - April 23, 2007

Thanks for your compliment. I don’t live in America, true.

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