atomic_fungus (atomic_fungus) wrote,
atomic_fungus
atomic_fungus

#3186: I might have to go to Starbucks next month.

Support Starbucks and its pro-rights gun policy. The antis (the "National Gun Victims Action Council", in this case) want to stage a boycott on 2/14 to protest Starbucks' policy.

I've never bought anything from a Starbucks but this may get me into one...assuming I remember and can get to one without having to drive 50 miles.

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Three kids decided to beat up the wrong old man. Well? Whenever a criminal does something evil we're supposed to say, "Well, the victim was just in the wrong place at the wrong time," and shake our heads ruefully. What can we do?

...three teenagers decided to physically assault a 65-year-old man riding his bicycle. Then they discovered that this particular 65-year-old man had a gun, which he used to defend himself. One teen is dead, another hospitalized; one may assume the most fleet of foot of the three is the one who didn't end up getting his dumb ass shot.

Vox Day:
What a pity that's not on YouTube. Can you imagine the expression on the face of the dying little prick? One moment, he thinks he's a happy-slapping bad ass impressing his friends with a little casual assault-and-battery and the very next moment, it's game over. For good. Way to go, tough guy.
How much do you want to bet that the two survivors never try to pull that shit again?

I cannot feel sorry for anyone who is killed by the person they are attacking. I just can't; the 65-year-old did not know what these dumb bitches had in mind and had to assume the worst. Besides, it was three on one.

The one who was merely wounded should count himself fortunate, and the third one that didn't get shot should get down on his knees and thank God he was out of the line of fire.

...if the gun laws were less draconian, this kind of thing would become a thing of the past.
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