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    Default Not Windows' fault just this once . . .

    Entropy is not what
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    Default Re: Not Windows' fault just this once . . .

    Couple of lines in the article:

    Governor of Texas, has suggested redesigning schools could be the answer to stop the United States school shooting epidemic.
    REALLY Don't think school design is the problem somehow

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    Default Re: Not Windows' fault just this once . . .

    Maybe amend the second amendment to read the right to Bare arms instead the right to bear arms

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    Default Re: Not Windows' fault just this once . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by gary67 View Post
    Maybe amend the second amendment to read the right to Bare arms instead the right to bear arms
    Typical yanks LOL

    Leave the poor bears alone

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    Default Re: Not Windows' fault just this once . . .

    I think if people would just take elementary (or secondary in other schools) precautions this sort of tragedy could be avoided: - wear lots of ultra hi-vis for safety: - put pictures of the Trump on the walls and let those get shot at: - most obvious, stay home on shooting days: - most effective, napalm the miscreants with tiny amounts of napalm over a very prolonged period.
    I'm sure OSH could deliver a very expensive plan if asked.
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    Default Re: Not Windows' fault just this once . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by wainuitech View Post
    Typical yanks LOL

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    Adroit. Love it

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    Default Re: Not Windows' fault just this once . . .

    The sad thing is that they can expect this to now happen more & more often.

    Its now a copy cat sort of thing. It will now never stop happening every year .
    The way to stop it spreading is to give US mass shootings zero news coverage , much like they did with beheadings .

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    Default Re: Not Windows' fault just this once . . .

    Does anyone else notice that allmost all of these mass shootings in the USA occur in places where guns are banned, schools, churches and the like? Very rarely where there is the possibility of anyone shooting back.

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    Default Re: Not Windows' fault just this once . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by CliveM View Post
    Does anyone else notice that allmost all of these mass shootings in the USA occur in places where guns are banned, schools, churches and the like? Very rarely where there is the possibility of anyone shooting back.
    One of this years mass shootings was actually stopped by a member of the public who was carrying his own gun

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