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Reply #4245 on: May 03, 2021, 03:31:40 AM
Last year when there was a shooting in the mall in wauwatosa, I said it was getting closer to me. Yesterday there was a shooting in the oneida casino in Green Bay. Three unfortunate people dead and or including the shooter. Just keeps getting closer and closer. They're saying a disgruntled employee.

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Reply #4246 on: May 03, 2021, 07:46:25 PM
Last year when there was a shooting in the mall in wauwatosa, I said it was getting closer to me. Yesterday there was a shooting in the oneida casino in Green Bay. Three unfortunate people dead and or including the shooter. Just keeps getting closer and closer. They're saying a disgruntled employee.

Pretty soon it will be hard to go anywhere where people gather. Sad sign of our times.

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Reply #4247 on: May 03, 2021, 09:36:27 PM



They called in an active shooter incident at my children’s high school today.  Law enforcement descended on the campus.  The perp escaped before killing anyone.

And yes watcher, I think everyone in America will have to lose a friend or family member to gun violence, before we get the collective balls to do something about it.



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Reply #4248 on: May 03, 2021, 11:40:31 PM

They called in an active shooter incident at my children’s high school today.  Law enforcement descended on the campus.  The perp escaped before killing anyone. And yes watcher, I think everyone in America will have to lose a friend or family member to gun violence, before we get the collective balls to do something about it.

1775-Battle of Trenton and Lexington Green. British troops try to impound guns from the colonists. The British don't get the guns and marching back to Boston, a lot of British troops are sniped. These battles kick off the American revolution.

1993-Democrat Congress passes anti gun laws, including an assault gun ban. Clinton signs off on them.
1994-Republicans get a super majority in both the House and Senate because of those laws.

Some people never learn.



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Reply #4249 on: May 05, 2021, 05:44:00 PM
Are people fucking insane? So a girl I went to primary school with contacted me on FB. Had a conversation,  and suddenly a random guy starts sending me messages. Jesus wept.... If you're that insecure about your gf chatting with someone that she last spoke to 30 years when she was 13. Fuck the fuck right off.



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Reply #4250 on: May 05, 2021, 06:57:22 PM
Oh, hell, I know of women who aren't 'allowed' to have a FB account or even their own email address. Usually the excuse is that it's for privacy reasons but the real reason is that the boyfriend/husband wants to control with whom she has contact.



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Reply #4251 on: May 05, 2021, 06:59:31 PM

They called in an active shooter incident at my children’s high school today.  Law enforcement descended on the campus.  The perp escaped before killing anyone. And yes watcher, I think everyone in America will have to lose a friend or family member to gun violence, before we get the collective balls to do something about it.

1775-Battle of Trenton and Lexington Green. British troops try to impound guns from the colonists. The British don't get the guns and marching back to Boston, a lot of British troops are sniped. These battles kick off the American revolution.

1993-Democrat Congress passes anti gun laws, including an assault gun ban. Clinton signs off on them.
1994-Republicans get a super majority in both the House and Senate because of those laws.

Some people never learn.

From an outsider perspective why in countries like Canada or Switzerland where there are more guns per capita than in the US, does this not happen?



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Reply #4252 on: May 05, 2021, 08:31:56 PM
Oh, hell, I know of women who aren't 'allowed' to have a FB account or even their own email address. Usually the excuse is that it's for privacy reasons but the real reason is that the boyfriend/husband wants to control with whom she has contact.

My ex didn't want me having a cellphone. If people needed to contact me, they'd have to call him. When he couldn't prevent me from having one for work reasons, he would check it constantly. If I was to give out a phone number for whatever reason, I'd have to give his. If he was around and mine rang I wasn't allowed to answer it. He knew everybody I worked with, but he would yell at me a lot whenever my dad or cousin, or another man called. He wouldnt believe me when I'd say they were relatives. He would sit and listen to most of my conversations too.

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Reply #4253 on: May 05, 2021, 09:26:39 PM
Oh, hell, I know of women who aren't 'allowed' to have a FB account or even their own email address. Usually the excuse is that it's for privacy reasons but the real reason is that the boyfriend/husband wants to control with whom she has contact.

My ex didn't want me having a cellphone. If people needed to contact me, they'd have to call him. When he couldn't prevent me from having one for work reasons, he would check it constantly. If I was to give out a phone number for whatever reason, I'd have to give his. If he was around and mine rang I wasn't allowed to answer it. He knew everybody I worked with, but he would yell at me a lot whenever my dad or cousin, or another man called. He wouldnt believe me when I'd say they were relatives. He would sit and listen to most of my conversations too.

Wow  :(

I have an 'aunt' (family friend but not blood related) who is not allowed to have any social media accounts or a cell phone, and they share an email address that he monitors. He claims it's to make life easier for her, that she would have to worry too much about identity theft if she had her own FB and about spam calls if she had a cell phone. He's in control of the email so she doesn't have to put up with spam and phishing attempts. If she wants to contact someone on FB, she needs to write the message down for her husband and then he sends it through his FB account.

Sadly, she really seems to believe he's doing her a favor with this approach, but then again the husband has 100% of the say in that marriage and she goes along with whatever he wants, telling herself that he only has her best interest at heart.  :roll:



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Reply #4254 on: Today at 12:49:57 AM

They called in an active shooter incident at my children’s high school today.  Law enforcement descended on the campus.  The perp escaped before killing anyone. And yes watcher, I think everyone in America will have to lose a friend or family member to gun violence, before we get the collective balls to do something about it.

1775-Battle of Trenton and Lexington Green. British troops try to impound guns from the colonists. The British don't get the guns and marching back to Boston, a lot of British troops are sniped. These battles kick off the American revolution.

1993-Democrat Congress passes anti gun laws, including an assault gun ban. Clinton signs off on them.
1994-Republicans get a super majority in both the House and Senate because of those laws.

Some people never learn.

From an outsider perspective why in countries like Canada or Switzerland where there are more guns per capita than in the US, does this not happen?

I'm not sure about Canada, but in Switzerland, like Israel, pretty much everyone is in the militia. In the US, the only people not allowed to have firearms are convicted felons. the dems would like to take guns away from everyone, including the military because of a childish dream that we all can get along. Dems point to mass shootings as evidence for the need for gun control, but mass shootings are not a recent event, this goes back into the 19th century. The elephant in the room that no one will address is the need to do something about the mentally ill.
In the 1960's a college professor said that he sent teams of investigators into asylums across the country and found them all to be horrible. He lied his ass off, but by the time anyone found out 99% of the asylums had been closed and the states had raised the bar on getting anyone committed that it took a miracle of God and the help of a Governor to get someone committed (I speak from experience here-a sibling needed commitment and it took a team and determined effort to get him committed).
The other part of this is that dems like to create "gun free zones". All this does is create a target rich environment for some nutball to come in and shoot up the place because guns make liberals feel nauseous. What's better? Feeling good or feeling safe? (you can't have both).