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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by JCBRAVE, Jul 20, 2012.
SHOUT OUT TO DEEBO!
Pure evil... Scary to think there are actually people like this out there.
And here's a case where if you disagree with the death penalty, think again. Gotta put this psycho down. If it were up to me, he'd be killed in a very inhumane way.
I was at a midnight showing of this last night... Granted it was in Cool Springs and there was security all over, but I'm thankful this garbage didn't happen in my theater.
Ah geez I just read it happened in the theater. I thought it was outside. Some sick and twisted people in this world.
Sure, never mind the fact that taking a screaming three month old into a movie theatre is a hassle to everybody else there. Don't worry about it, the whole world revolves around you.
I just bought a gun today. Getting my CCW soon.
Police cant be everywhere when you need them. Time for people to start protecting each other like that 71 year old in the internet cafe robbery.
You mean the clown that was spraying bullets all over the place and damn near killed several bystanders?
Do us all a favor... I'f you are gonna be Johnny Vigilante, at least take your new gun to a range and get good at hitting what you are aiming at first.
But that kid could have told his friends and family about being there the night that batman whatever premeiered. That's the logic of todays peabrained parents. Today's economic system revolves around you staying at your home. It's becoming the only safe and non annoying option anymore. I've just accepted that most people are unpleasant to be around.
Yes, this is the problem with us having largely legislated violence out of society. Forty years ago, if you took an infant to the movies, first off, they wouldn't have let you in. If they did, and the kid screamed, Dad would have gotten punched in the face.
Now, nobody has the stones to say anything. I tell people all the time in restaurants that I don't appreciate being bothered by their annoying kids. One lady said "its not my fault, I can't afford a sitter" and I said "its not my fault you can't use birth control. If your kid can't behave, stay home."
I have no idea how this thread turned out the way it did. So I will leave you with this. I consider it very appropriate.
UNITED WE STAND, BROTHER...Glad that what you said was not the status quo in 1776...