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It had to happen -- Wyoming Rampage

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by DB Bill, Dec 2, 2012.

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  1. DB Bill

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    That a student took his bow and arrows to school and shot his teacher (also his Father) and then stabbed his Father's girl0friend with an arrow. Just think if he had a larger quiver what he might done.
     
  2. fast gun

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    Get ready for a national bow ban
     
  3. Brian in Oregon

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    We must have background checks, waiting periods, and bans on... wait...what? A bow and arrow was used? Nevermind. It doesn't fit the agenda and it weakens the argument.
     
  4. W.P.T.

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    The kid was probably under age or he might of taken a gun with him to school ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  5. 548

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    You fruit loops have it all wrong. This is proof positive the ban on 2nd Amendment protected fully auto weaponry has saved countless lives. This murderer would have taken down half the school had he had access to fully auto weaponry. :)
     
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    FYI, the son that killed his father in a classroom at Casper College and his father's female companion at their house lived, in Conn. He drove to Wy to commit this crime. After being shot though the head with an arrow, the father got up and wrestled his son to the ground while the students in the classroom escsped. The son then stabbed himself to death. He blammed his father for passing along the asperger's syndrome gene and was quoted to have said that his father should be castrated. I suppose bows and knives will be the next to be on the banned list.
     
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    Maybe they should just try and ban stupidity........
     
  9. EuroJoe

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    good riddance from the Gene Pool
     
  10. Chango2

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    Ban the use of energy without a permit. Would solve many problems. Of course productivity would go down, but "they" are working on that.
     
  11. Brian in Oregon

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    Well by 548's logic, thank goodness he didn't have a shoulder fired tactical nuke. He could have taken out the whole town!
     
  12. 548

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    I'm surprised he didn't have one Brian. The Second Amendment clearly says that it is his right to have one. Oh well, maybe the next guy will have one.
     
  13. larryjk

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    548, This "student" was 25 years old and living and working in the northeast.
    He drove to Casper and took a motel room. The next day he went to where his mother lived with another professor from the college. He killed his mother and then proceeded to the college where he went to the third floor classroom, stepped in, and put an arrow through the professors head. The professor fought with the young man (not his biological son) but died of multiple wounds. The young man then committed suicide. Since the professor was not his biological father, how could he have given a genetic desease to the young man?
    I believe he was a complete mental case and we will never know the reasons.
     
  14. 548

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    Why are you asking me?
     
  15. timberfaller

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    Where is Bob Costas when you need him??

    "how could he have given a genetic desease to the young man?"

    We need to ban all genetic disease's! This one looks, like one caused by "higher education"

    Come on Bob, run with it!!!!
     
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