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PostPosted: Sun Feb 18, 2018 9:49 am 
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I'm having a "discussion" with a couple of dipsticks who are insistent that Satan and sin are the reasons for school shootings. It's not kids ingesting anti-anxiety and anti-depressant meds like candy (my argument). Not being desensitized to violence by movies and video games. Not one parent households.

It's Satan and sin.

So there.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 18, 2018 1:01 pm 
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Jesco wrote:
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*I want my own automatic weapon

*metaphoric


Can't legally get one in the People's Republik of Kalifornia. :cry:



No, it's easy. Seriously.

One argument I have a hard time dealing with is all the countries with total gun bans
and they never have these mass shootings.


I hope you're in a mass shooting someday.



Maybe I will be. What's your address?

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Well fuck then, in that case it sounds like we should start importing them by the thousands into the U.S.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 18, 2018 1:02 pm 
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Sudden Sam wrote:
I'm having a "discussion" with a couple of dipsticks who are insistent that Satan and sin are the reasons for school shootings. It's not kids ingesting anti-anxiety and anti-depressant meds like candy (my argument). Not being desensitized to violence by movies and video games. Not one parent households.

It's Satan and sin.

So there.


Well Satan is behind that other stuff. He still rules the earth. So you're both right.

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Well fuck then, in that case it sounds like we should start importing them by the thousands into the U.S.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 18, 2018 3:43 pm 
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I'm having a "discussion" with a couple of dipsticks who are insistent that Satan and sin are the reasons for school shootings. It's not kids ingesting anti-anxiety and anti-depressant meds like candy (my argument). Not being desensitized to violence by movies and video games. Not one parent households.

It's Satan and sin.

So there.


Well Satan is behind that other stuff. He still rules the earth. So you're both right.


Paging. REtard running SaTAn troll. :monkey:


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 18, 2018 5:09 pm 
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...Dagestan, Russia. :shock:

Five women killed in shooting outside Russian church :o :o

Russian news agency Tass reported that the gunman was :shot: dead by police :clap: after killing four worshippers and wounding four others in an attack in the town of Kizlyar.

The gunman was armed with a hunting rifle and charged towards the church shouting.....














"Allahu Akbar" **I know, shocking isn't it**


the :arab: phrase meaning "God is Great", according to Father Pavel, the priest who had delivered the service.

"Four people were killed. The shooter was shot dead. Two police officers and a woman were wounded," Kizlyar mayor Alexander Shuvalov told Tass.

The gunman targeted worshippers at a Russian Orthodox :jesus: church in the mainly :arab: region, although no motive has been established yet.

According to Interfax, the sub-human shooter has been identified as a local goat f*cker in his early 20s.

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Red Flags????

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A 2016 Florida Department of Children and Families report says that after a breakup with a girlfriend, Cruz began cutting his arms. He also announced plans to buy a gun, put racial slurs and hate symbols on his backpack and suffered from depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism,the report said.

In 2016, Cruz was held for psychiatric evaluations after he sent out a Snapchat video in which he cut his arms and said he wanted to buy a gun, according to the Florida Department of Children and Families investigative report.

Before she died, Lynda Cruz told investigators during the 2016 incident that her son had ADHD, depression and autism, according to the DCF report. She also told investigators her son took medication he was prescribed.


What Red Flags????


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:00 am 
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Can Mr. Cruz read? :jo:

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Hope he is prepared for 'severe ... penalties' :punchballs:

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Red Flags????

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A 2016 Florida Department of Children and Families report says that after a breakup with a girlfriend, Cruz began cutting his arms. He also announced plans to buy a gun, put racial slurs and hate symbols on his backpack and suffered from depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism,the report said.

In 2016, Cruz was held for psychiatric evaluations after he sent out a Snapchat video in which he cut his arms and said he wanted to buy a gun, according to the Florida Department of Children and Families investigative report.

Before she died, Lynda Cruz told investigators during the 2016 incident that her son had ADHD, depression and autism, according to the DCF report. She also told investigators her son took medication he was prescribed.


What Red Flags????



My son's mom is a NICU RN, my mom a radiologist, my aunt a psychologist and all 3 of them made the same comment when they first saw photos of the Cruz kid and that he looked like a prenatal alcohol exposure case based on his ears and eyes. When there was enough alcohol poured in to him as a fetus to make him look like a vampire from 30 Days of Night it's hard to imagine the neurological disorders he has.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2018 11:45 am 
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My son's mom is a NICU RN, my mom a radiologist, my aunt a psychologist and all 3 of them made the same comment when they first saw photos of the Cruz kid and that he looked like a prenatal alcohol exposure case based on his ears and eyes. When there was enough alcohol poured in to him as a fetus to make him look like a vampire from 30 Days of Night it's hard to imagine the neurological disorders he has.

You can't put him in a mental hospital! Being crazy isn't a crime!

Sin,
Liberalism (it's a mental disorder)

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:48 pm 
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[RedRover]Crisis Actor?[/RedRover]

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So Called "Student", But actually a CRISIS ACTOR , David Hogg, was on camera months ago, pretending to be a high school student in California. Now, suddenly, he is a high school student in Florida???

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PWNT :banana:


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So Called "Student", But actually a CRISIS ACTOR , David Hogg, was on camera months ago, pretending to be a high school student in California. Now, suddenly, he is a high school student in Florida???

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THIS is the kind of thing the FBI should be investigating.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2018 3:27 pm 
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And here's the video the still was taken from. Go to about 29 seconds in and there is David Hogg!



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This David Hogg sure gets around. I wonder how much George Soros is paying him.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2018 5:57 pm 
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Florida lawmakers vote down a bill to ban assault weapons as school shooting survivors look on...

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I guess you could say they've been shot down twice this week....



bummer. :roll:

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http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/02/20/fl ... ctors.html


Faux snooze says we are idiots....

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Conspiracy theorists often claim after mass shootings that survivors or victims who appear in the media are actors playing a role.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., stated that “Claiming some of the students on tv after #Parkland are actors is the work of a disgusting group of idiots with no sense of decency.”


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I've seen people claim "crisis actors" and usually if you look close enough they aren't the same people. However Boss Hogg seems to get around. :popcorn:


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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 341002002/

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David Hogg is 17 and a survivor of one of the deadliest mass shootings in United States history — and he's letting lawmakers know he wants action.

"We're children," the senior said live on CNN. "You guys are the adults. You need to take some action and play a role. Work together. Come over your politics and get something done."

Hogg, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where 17 students were killed Wednesday, has been a mainstay on cable television for the past 24 hours, telling his story and calling on lawmakers to take some action to stop massive school shootings like the one that happened at his school.


JSCs crew is shitty. :lol:


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They certainly practice the words of Rahm Emanual well, "never let a crisis go to waste."


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https://www.denverpost.com/2018/02/19/y ... shootings/

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elegenic and media-savvy is one way to describe David Hogg, a lean and dark-haired senior at Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

But maybe a better way is this: Change agent.

And what could be more sorely needed than a change agent right now? Because the mass shootings in America have become a horror of repetition in which meaningful change has come to seem impossible.

Enter Hogg. The 17-year-old is the school’s student news director, who not only interviewed his fellow students during the horrific massacre at his school last Wednesday, but then spoke with passion to national media figures, providing footage that has now circled the globe.

In a level gaze directly into CNN’s camera, Hogg called out politicians for their hapless dithering.

“We’re children. You guys are the adults. … Work together, come over your politics and get something done,” Hogg said.

Hogg wasn’t the only teenage survivor who demonstrated thoughtfulness and poise.

When CBS’s Jeff Glor interviewed four Douglas High students on his evening news show last Thursday night, their quiet strength was remarkable.

They didn’t, of course, all have the same message. Two of the students Glor interviewed made the too-familiar case that it is too soon to be entering into political conversations. Another argued for greater gun control. One simply wanted to remind viewers to express love to their family and friends while they can.

But what ties them together is their command of the visual medium and their powerful composure amid the worst kind of tragedy.

This seems all the more notable because they are teenagers.

But, in fact, it’s probably their very youth, and the all-digital world of social media — the water they’ve always swum in — that makes it possible.

This is the YouTube, the Instagram, the Snapchat generation.

Communicating immediately and effectively is second nature. Even in their pain and fear — no, especially in their pain and fear — they knew what to do.

“They showed not only a familiarity with social media but a remarkable ability to ‘cover’ the events happening in their own lives,” David Clinch, global news editor at Storyful, told me.

That, Clinch said, “gives me some encouragement that this generation is not just able to understand and communicate about what is happening around them but is also putting themselves in a position to control the narrative and make a difference in their own futures.” (Storyful vetted and verified the videos students were producing, many of which then went out into the larger media world.)

In some cases, you could even see or hear Douglas students grappling with their own changing views in real time.

“I don’t even want to be behind a gun,” one girl told a student journalist during the attack, according to The Washington Post.

She said that, despite having rallied for gun rights in the past and having planned to go to a shooting range for her 18th birthday, she had changed her mind: “It’s definitely eye-opening to the fact that we need more gun control in our country.”

Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., an outspoken critic of congressional inaction on gun control, seemed to think the students could make a difference.

“It’s really tragic that one of the ways our movement grows stronger is by having more victims,” he said, “but that is the reality.”

Of course, the status quo is so corrupted and intransigent that perhaps nothing that is said – including by the transcendent voices of these young survivors — will make a difference. As so many others have observed, even the 2012 massacre of tiny children at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., didn’t create change.

This time, though, feels just a little different.

In the wake of the massacre, students are demanding a more meaningful conversation on gun regulation, Robert Runcie, superintendent of the Broward County schools, acknowledged at a news conference. “I hope we can get it done in this generation,” he said. “But if we don’t, they will.”

The passion, intelligence and credibility of the Douglas High survivors is not going to go away.

“I will not feel hopeful until a majority of Americans are out on the streets demanding change,” David Hogg told me by phone Friday afternoon.

His message to politicians is simple: “Instead of condolences, give us action. There is something seriously wrong here.”

Hogg noted in our conversation that he and his contemporaries make up the first post-9/11 generation. They also are the first to be immersed in digital culture from early childhood, and to understand at a gut level its full potential.

“Using these tools,” he said, “is what our generation should be known for.”

Margaret Sullivan is The Washington Post’s media columnist. Previously, she was The New York Times’ public editor, and the chief editor of The Buffalo News, her hometown paper.

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Bozos.... :lol:


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https://www.reddit.com/r/CBTS_Stream/co ... h=c3318179


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Club America wrote:
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Bwhahaha. One of the comments about Boss Hogg...

"Detected a lisp..either super soy boy, or his door swings the other direction." :gay:


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