I have to admit to a bit of prejudice. Until I finally saw him on this morning's news, I couldn't help but think the victim must be a black guy. I suppose that is prejudice against both the shooter and the victim.
Maybe someone brought this up above, but what gets me is what is the big deal with people texting in the theatre, and it was the previews! Talking loudly to your friend or throwing popcorn at the back of his head is way worse than that.
Agree on all accounts.
Also, this situation took a while to escalate to the shooting . Lots of words were said. Where were the theaters proctors during this exchange of loud words and popcorn throwing.
Also exactly how much popcorn was thrown?
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
But the NRA philosophy / theory is " the more that carry the safer it is"... so why don't they let everyone carry there. The answer is obvious, but they can't admit it because it would negate their theory !! That's classic hypocrisy.
Point #2- WHY does everyone now think things have to be settled with guns! 30 years ago it would have been a fistfight... disturbance but everyone walks away. Maybe someone gets charged with "Disturbing the Peace". Today - it guns.. Someone DIES !!! WTF happened? Why do so many think they have to respond with a gun !?? Are they that F-ing lazy or inept ?? or stupid ?
Man, where is your sense of free enterprise and capitalism. Fistfights are just not profitable. The margin on a bandaid simply can't compare to that of a Glock or a box of 9mm hollow points. Or the .380's this stupid, angry old man was using.
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