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    It was a pretty common thing in my school, right up till the year that slime Luke Woodham shot up the school in Pearl, Ms (he was the first, the Columbine duo were/are the most famous) never mind that what took Luke down was the principal with his personal handgun.

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    I know a lot of groups are lobbying to allow students to carry on college campuses but as far as I know none have been successful yet. Then again, it's not something I follow that carefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince Tortelli View Post
    It was a pretty common thing in my school, right up till the year that slime Luke Woodham shot up the school in Pearl, Ms (he was the first, the Columbine duo were/are the most famous) never mind that what took Luke down was the principal with his personal handgun.
    It's like I always say—when shooting up a school, take out the principal first.

    Then the gym teacher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devil View Post
    I know a lot of groups are lobbying to allow students to carry on college campuses but as far as I know none have been successful yet. Then again, it's not something I follow that carefully.
    If this guy was armed, and trained 5 years ago, things would have played out differently on the Virginia Tech campus.

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    I haven't seen any results on this yet, but hopefully it was business as normal at Starbucks. One of the protest groups I saw on Google was called "Brews not bullets". Man was a douchey phrase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrost View Post
    If this guy was armed, and trained 5 years ago, things would have played out differently on the Virginia Tech campus.
    No doubt.

    (Trying not to derail thread with rant about how most shithead academics wouldn't arm themselves anyway even if they could take a minigun to class and how many students would be helpless anyway because their parents have their heads up their asses and never instill any rational fear into their children like Eve Carson's dumbass parents that brought her up with peace and love and acceptance and she kept her fucking door open at all hours of the morning and ended up facedown on some random street full of bullets and shotgun pellets).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    I haven't seen any results on this yet, but hopefully it was business as normal at Starbucks. One of the protest groups I saw on Google was called "Brews not bullets". Man was a douchey phrase.
    Exactly. It seems the slogans such emotionally driven groups put put get dumber and dumber.

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    I should probably clarify, people weren't walking around with holstered pistols like Dodge City, but during deer and turkey season EVERYBODY had a shotgun or rifle in their vehicle, so they could head straight from the classroom to the woods.

    This was banned (along with the rest of campuses around the nation) after Pearl, forcing people to waste valuable daylight by driving home to get their hunting tools. But it was worth it because no student ever got shot on a campus anywhere after those regs were passed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince Tortelli View Post
    I should probably clarify, people weren't walking around with holstered pistols like Dodge City, but during deer and turkey season EVERYBODY had a shotgun or rifle in their vehicle, so they could head straight from the classroom to the woods.

    This was banned (along with the rest of campuses around the nation) after Pearl, forcing people to waste valuable daylight by driving home to get their hunting tools. But it was worth it because no student ever got shot on a campus anywhere after those regs were passed.
    Hey, those school shootings would never have happened if the shooters knew they were breaking the law!

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    I dont' like StarBucks but I do. I like them because they open about their gun policies in their restaurants. That's what got them into this mess. I hope they (Starbucks) doesn't budge on this because if they don't you know all those people will just keep going to starbucks anyways. (Talk about brain dead zombies man)

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