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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by aaronvan, May 1, 2016.
"He started crying like a little baby."
Hmm kid as acces to loaded guns and no problem shooting someone. wonder what the parents are like?
FMJ is sub-optimal as a home defense load. Just sayin'.
Well, we're waiting, steve knight.
What did your wondering about the parents conclude?
kind of a rhetorical question lets see a 11 year old home alone guns loaded and not secured against children. and he is a bad shot. plus following the guy outside was not a wise move.
Fair enough, but rhetorical questions make an actual point.
What is the point you are making?
Can you actually articulate your point?
Or, are your anonymous, condescending-from-afar stream of consciousnesses your best for PRSI'ers to hope for?
not super what a actuallybarticulate is is like like name calling? wait you do that in the next line I forgot.
Worry not, steve knight! I took away the typo - the errant "b".
So... good news!!! You can answer my question now!
I mean, you can answe it, can't you steve knight, right?
it wrote it in pretty simple english. not sure what more is needed.
We believe you, steve knight.
We believe you.
now your repeating yourself. looks like your enjoying sunday way too much.
Should I have repeated myself in post # 6?
At least nine others didn't need it repeated to understand.
Yet you had no comment.
Guess you do need questions repeated.
Keep up the good work, steve knight!!!!!!
so I was off track on that whoopee I know your never off track. but hey now who is throwing things off?
just like the kid, they are ALIVE. kid survives home invasion and that bothers you, you need help.
of course this is a good ending but far more often the boy would get the gun show his friends and accidentally shoot one or one would soot him that happens far more often with unsecured firearms in a house with children. but its just ignore that ok? but he would not rate a post here if he shot a friend instead.
WHY do they need to be secured IF the kid KNEW how to PROPERLY use it?
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don't care as long as that friend was a thug that needed shooting .
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I don't know cause 11 year olds don't make wise decisions? and you kinda proved my point. it only matters if he shot a bad guy. if he shoots a good guy well thats just taking one for the team.
he was wise enough to shoot the perp
you don't have a point, you have feelings my friend.
kid needs to step up to a 1911
he chased after the guy not wise at all. like I said 11 year olds are not wise. I have read your posts when it is the friend or parent or little child shot instead of the bad guy. like i said taking one for the team.
actually the kid needs a shot gun or something that holds more then 12 bullets.
2 but wise enough to shoot.
3. source, hard to say what you "read" or really what you "interpreted" from what you "read".
4. umm, I say he needs to learn to be a better shot instead of spraying & praying.
sorry I am taking my time replying, looking to get a honing stone for my Straight
that thing will be on my face this Wed.
never sharpened a razor they don't get as sharp as you think you should check my Japanese woodworking tools that is scare the crap out of your momma sharp. tried shaving with one and it just cuts off a layer of skin
The kid shot the burglar in the back, outside the house, as the guy was fleeing with a hamper in his hands. Castle Doctrine or otherwise, its pretty hard to argue that really meets much of a definition of "self defense".
Also, according to the child's mother the suspect had robbed their house before. Which frankly raises more questions. Like why they hadn't reported this guy to the police.
Don't tell me the kid shot Archer!
What makes you think it was not reported?
Guy played his stupid game & won his stupid prize
The scary thing about this story is an 11 year old child was able to get immediate access to a 9mm pistol. He did indeed shoot a burglar as he fled but how stupid is it not having guns locked away in homes where children live? I can't think of anything more irresponsible as a parent and that is before we ask why this child was home alone in the first place.