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“I'm a proud grandma”

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#2 Jun 12, 2013
Such a loss of life and so senseless. We will hear the typical discussions for gun control and more background checks. He did not have a criminal background, so he would have been able to purchase a gun legally, but not that AR-15 assault rifle.

Meanwhile we have three people that lost their lives from a total stranger on a rampage.

It begs the question, why do these incidents happen more in the US than anywhere else?

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kaiserslautern, Germany

#3 Jun 12, 2013
MOSES-11 wrote:
This nut case went cave ape crazy and shot up Santa Monica.
I keep telling y'all, these white people need more bananas to calm them down.
That's one incident of shooting in an upscale town. Go to the hood and there is shooting 24/7 and the popo don't even bother to show up anymore. Face it, your reality is all fcuked up. From any angle you look at things, you loose.

Suicide still remains a reasonable option

“I'm a proud grandma”

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#4 Jun 12, 2013
Newtown, CT., Santa Monica, CA., Aurora CO., Lancaster County, PA., Santee, CA., and Blacksburg, VA.

The mass shootings are occurring with more frequency these days, but there does not seem to be any solution to this problem.

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#5 Jun 12, 2013
Ms Mack wrote:
Newtown, CT., Santa Monica, CA., Aurora CO., Lancaster County, PA., Santee, CA., and Blacksburg, VA.
The mass shootings are occurring with more frequency these days, but there does not seem to be any solution to this problem.
Eventually, there will be a more rigorous regulation of people with mental illness. It's inevitable.

This guy should've been one of them. He shouldn't have been able to live with relatives who owned firearms. I know it sounds harsh, but look at the lives that have been lost - that's even more harsh.

“I'm a proud grandma”

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#6 Jun 12, 2013
Harrisson wrote:
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Eventually, there will be a more rigorous regulation of people with mental illness. It's inevitable.
This guy should've been one of them. He shouldn't have been able to live with relatives who owned firearms. I know it sounds harsh, but look at the lives that have been lost - that's even more harsh.
More asylums to house them would be a welcome sight, but we know the ACLU or similar group would be arguing that their rights were being violated.

I recall Ronald Reagan being described as destroying mental health in California, and it still has not recovered fully.
anonymousofcours e

Honolulu, HI

#7 Jun 12, 2013
Uncle Miltie wrote:
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That's one incident of shooting in an upscale town. Go to the hood and there is shooting 24/7 and the popo don't even bother to show up anymore. Face it, your reality is all fcuked up. From any angle you look at things, you loose.
Suicide still remains a reasonable option
Educate me about why your brain processes the way it does. I've been curious about your type for years. Just for educational purposes, I enjoy learning and am always curious. How is it that the same information and material is presented to you and, let's say to also 100 people, and your type will usually inference and communicate something completely off the wall in comparison to the average person. Obviously clueless. But, me being the curious type, I like to analyse. So, let's try a scientific approach. I think that's why they keep Manson types around.....for analysation purposes....it's educational to the public. When you wake everyday, do you see and hear what most people do? Or, if someone says,"Good Morning," do you hear, "Get out of my face?" What about visually? When you look at the colour white, do you really see grey? What about sounds? When you listen to the wind blowing, does it maybe sound like a siren instead? When someone touches you, does it feel like a punch instead? Do you twitch sometimes? Do you sleep like the average person? What is your diet like? I mean I have nothing against human flaws. No one is perfect. We all have our challenges ...one way or another. But, it helps to inform others about them so the general public knows what they are dealing with. Seriously, nothing to be ashamed of if you are out of a prescription or undergoing some kind of treatment center. Otherwise if you don't address these issues, then you and these types could and usually tweak like the Santa Monica guy..... Talk to someone k? For everyone's sake......

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Pacific Northwest

#8 Jun 12, 2013
Ms Mack wrote:
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More asylums to house them would be a welcome sight, but we know the ACLU or similar group would be arguing that their rights were being violated....
If the ACLU goes up against the NRA, my money is on the NRA. I'm a member and I expect them to eventually start tackling this issue.

I don't know about "asylums," but maybe more group homes or something along those lines would help.

“Sombrero Galaxy”

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I'm An Illegal Alien

#9 Jun 12, 2013
So sad.
anonymousofcours e

Honolulu, HI

#11 Jun 13, 2013
True. Sometimes progress is NOT progress. Hitler was highly intelligent as well. Mozart was also highly intelligent in music. But, you know, I think society has conditioned itself regarding how it perceives what true intelligence is. And, we all know who started that thinking.(but that's another thread) Anyway, I believe balance IS everything. If you have an unbalanced mind, what true intelligence can come of it? So, what if it can create. If the creation is unbalanced, then it's truly not wise. And wisdom is more intelligent than intelligence. I think society mystifies intelligence and genius. That's the first mistake. Someone should have told Hitler that he was very good at strategy and manipulating people's thoughts and emotions. But, if you combine the two together, it's not intelligent.

I do believe that people with psych issues CAN contribute to society in a positive way. But, let's be realistic. Society HAS to see people with severe psych issues in a realistic way and stop glorifying the mentally ill's "genius"...thinking that this will somehow help the self-esteem of the patient by making up for the serious flaws of the patient. And, of course, one size does not fit all. Each case needs to be treated specifically according to its own needs.

I believe psych industry has been flattered by these unbalanced types of "intelligences." The psych field needs to come back down to earth and develop realistic solutions. If monies can be pumped into Eintein's unbalanced inventions so as to create one of his inventions, then monies can be pumped into resolving a failing psych care worldwide. Psych care industry CAN resolve the current psych issue worldwide if it really wants to. Question is why do they obviously don't make it a priority?

I mean what good can come out of a genius invention, when you have a mentally ill person in charge of "pushing the button?" People are the foundation to all of society...not material objects or inventions.

This is just my opinion so far on the subject....it's a tough one.
anonymousofcours e

Honolulu, HI

#13 Jun 13, 2013
fnord wrote:
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Albert Einstein created THE ATOM billions of years after the beginning of the universe (or six thousand years after the beginning if you believe in ancient fairy tales)? WHO KNEW!
Who KNEW? Probably people with genuine wisdom told to shut up by all of the Darminists! And, we all (hopefully) know what god the Darwinists served!.......white supremacy! He was promoted by those who believed in scientific dictatorship. Authors, politicians and leaders have incorporated this perception into their messages.(e.g. Huxley, Wells, Orwell, Hitler, Karl Marx, and Freemasons.)

They really do believe man is becoming god via evolution. I don't care HOW they say they "incorporate God" into the scheme of things, they believe they are God.

So, of course these types will minimise religion because religion states there can be only one God. But, just say for secular argument's sake that man is intelligent AND WISE and is evolving everday. Man cannot evolve efficiently enough if he is not humble. It's the law of nature. As soon as you think you know everything, that's when you know nothing! Thus, man will not be able to "evolve" on his own. And, personally I wouldn't want "man" to be my God. I don't think man is fit enough for the job. Or, ever will be. Plus, man's ideas are not as intelligent as he would like to think, that's just his ego talking. Anyone can sound confident but doesn't mean they actually have the answers. Does it mean man should not bother to think or calculate? No. It means to know your place respectively in the broad spectrum of things. And,keep yourself in a learning position. Man can learn lessons from ANYONE from ANY background. I do believe that even adults have learned valuable lessons from even children when they innocently blurt the truth unexpectedly.

Take an abacus for example. It took quite an intelligent person to invent it. Or, should I say people...Native Americans, Native South Americans, Asians, Africans, etc. But, what about the people who built and assembled the abacus? And, what about the blind population benefitting from the use of the abacus? What about the binary abacus? How it's benefited computers. Everyone is valuable and special in some way. Everyone had some part to play. And, that part is the only thing one should be monitoring. The rest no one has anymore control over than another. I don't care what some convince themselves. NOONE is more special than another. Life lessons come from the most unexpected places.

So, if people knew their places.....including Einstein, well things could have turned out differently. He could have invented something else entirely that could resolve some social ill rather than create another one.

Sinajuavi
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#14 Jun 13, 2013
So this shooter in Santa Monica, he had the name Zahrawy or something like that... same name as one of the al Qaeda leaders.

What is his ethnicity? Is the media hiding the fact that he was a Muz like the Tsarnievs?

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kaiserslautern, Germany

#15 Jun 13, 2013
anonymousofcourse wrote:
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Educate me about why your brain processes the way it does. I've been curious about your type for years. Just for educational purposes, I enjoy learning and am always curious. How is it that the same information and material is presented to you and, let's say to also 100 people, and your type will usually inference and communicate something completely off the wall in comparison to the average person. Obviously clueless. But, me being the curious type, I like to analyse. So, let's try a scientific approach. I think that's why they keep Manson types around.....for analysation purposes....it's educational to the public. When you wake everyday, do you see and hear what most people do? Or, if someone says,"Good Morning," do you hear, "Get out of my face?" What about visually? When you look at the colour white, do you really see grey? What about sounds? When you listen to the wind blowing, does it maybe sound like a siren instead? When someone touches you, does it feel like a punch instead? Do you twitch sometimes? Do you sleep like the average person? What is your diet like? I mean I have nothing against human flaws. No one is perfect. We all have our challenges ...one way or another. But, it helps to inform others about them so the general public knows what they are dealing with. Seriously, nothing to be ashamed of if you are out of a prescription or undergoing some kind of treatment center. Otherwise if you don't address these issues, then you and these types could and usually tweak like the Santa Monica guy..... Talk to someone k? For everyone's sake......
I'm flattered that you would take the time to write out such a clver little spiel just for me. You mentioned someone saying somethig completely off the wall but did you bother to notice the idiotic remark I was responding to? "This nut case went cave ape crazy and shot up Santa Monica. I keep telling y'all, these white people need more bananas to calm them down."

I merely responded in kind as is befitting.

And you are going to compare me to Charles Manson? Tsk..tsk.

I guess as long you disparaging White folks anything goes. But not the other way around obviously.
The African American 1972

Athens, GA

#16 Jun 13, 2013
Ms Mack wrote:
Such a loss of life and so senseless. We will hear the typical discussions for gun control and more background checks. He did not have a criminal background, so he would have been able to purchase a gun legally, but not that AR-15 assault rifle.
Meanwhile we have three people that lost their lives from a total stranger on a rampage.
It begs the question, why do these incidents happen more in the US than anywhere else?
Goes to show you all, the new U.S. Govt surveillance snooping does not prevent terrorist attacks fully.

“I'm a proud grandma”

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#17 Jun 13, 2013
MOSES-11 wrote:
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Ms Mack, white privilege, entitlement and their self image is never an issue prior to committing mass murder.
They can be crazy as a bat and still get guns. Look at them real good. They are crazy from jump street.
I'm being serious. If they can't get a gun, they will get gasoline, they will get some poison, they will get a bomb or a car.
If the insane want to snap, there is nothing they won't use and some of the smartest people on earth are called insane. Einstein was considered mentally deficient when he was growing up, look what Einstein created. THE ATOM.
Lastly, officials can make laws but, the criminal mind is always one step ahead.
Einstein is directly responsible for the pending annihilation of mankind, and I truly believe that he was insane with his idea to split the atom.

He was brilliant, and also stupid at the same time. Somewhat like a version of a mentally ill "idiot " savant . Demanding the bomb be built to extract nuclear power for peaceful purposes, and also WMDs.

“I'm a proud grandma”

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#18 Jun 13, 2013
Sinajuavi wrote:
So this shooter in Santa Monica, he had the name Zahrawy or something like that... same name as one of the al Qaeda leaders.
What is his ethnicity? Is the media hiding the fact that he was a Muz like the Tsarnievs?
Do you think his rampage had anything to do with religious beliefs? He seems more like Adam Lanza, than the Boston bombers.
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Honolulu, HI

#19 Jun 13, 2013
Uncle Miltie wrote:
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I'm flattered that you would take the time to write out such a clver little spiel just for me. You mentioned someone saying somethig completely off the wall but did you bother to notice the idiotic remark I was responding to? "This nut case went cave ape crazy and shot up Santa Monica. I keep telling y'all, these white people
As usual with your type to believe, Again!....It's not all about you. Your posts and attitudes are used as examples regarding pieces to a much bigger picture that you don't even have enough sense to notice let alone realise how you involuntary or voluntary play a part which is intended to affect the wellbeing of YOUR life as well......just in a different way. NO! You cannot say justly that you responded likewise. He did NOT state that you should commit suicide....YOU DID! Again, you project....but that's what projection is ALL about. Denial...you just can't handle checking your own mirrors. It's not about white people it's about institutionalised white supremacy, a much bigger demon that racism, yet it's the core of racism in America. White people are victims to it in different ways than how they use it to accomplish what they think will benefit them. They are basically a pawn. And, we all know what happens to pawns. And, your behaviour and posts are prime examples for more petty and trivial realms which I would call the front lines. Front lines are more about the day-to-day quality of life of the masses and how distracting white supremacy can become to prevent the 'left hand from knowing what the right is doing.' Trust me, it's just not all about you. Outside of the front lines would probably involve people in the states who have the authority in local, state and then federal governments........all tiers. And, then there is foreign policy. And, then there is the international sector. I will continue on another post about this, but the Americas especially U.S. is one of the few colonised areas to have invented the most stringent and systematic levels of organised racism in history. And, yes it came with the white Europeans. And, guess what? These same white Europeans began this system by severely discriminating and harming other Europeans "unworthy" to be called "white." And, this same system will END THE SAME WAY! It's just the nature of the beast. This system does require assimilation, and if the masses sense that another is not assimilated, then THAT unassimilated person will experience permanent and life-changing obstacles which ARE NOT warranted. And, the ones (pawn's) calling the assimilation shots are in the higher tiers....the masses (also pawns)force assimilation onto others basically calling out differences in people as if that is a bad thing....whether they realise it or not. So in essence, if I don't walk, talk, sit, stand, wear a certain facial expression, and basically socialize according to what is "acceptable," then I'm considered a target....unassimilated...and will have to encounter insurmountable obstacles. I do not like the behaviours and/or culture of white supremacy. It's not me and it suppresses who I really am. I should have the freedom to be an American without being cookie cut. I don't expect others to behave like me, and I don't judge them for it either. As long as they don't abuse me, then I'm fine with it. But, if I don't go bouncing into a room with this ridiculously Bozo the clown grin on my face...being loud or aggressive while saying,"How are you today?", then that does not mean I or my life should be hurt in any way. And, it doesn't mean I am less American. If I choose to converse in another language with my coworkers on the job and am not hurting anyone, then that does not make me less American. That should not make me a target to be punished as well. When these scenarios occur, it's the masses who are enforcing the same assimilation which is going to back fire on them in the end.
anonymousofcours e

Honolulu, HI

#20 Jun 13, 2013
BTW: my reference to conversing in languages other than English on the job is in reference to the most recent news regarding Whole Foods suspending employees for speaking Spanish to each other.

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Since: Mar 13

kaiserslautern, Germany

#21 Jun 14, 2013
anonymousofcourse wrote:
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As usual with your type to believe, Again!....It's not all about you. Your posts and attitudes are used as examples regarding pieces to a much bigger picture that you don't even have enough sense to notice let alone realise how you involuntary or voluntary play a part which is intended to affect the wellbeing of YOUR life as well......just in a different way. NO! You cannot say justly that you responded likewise. He did NOT state that you should commit suicide....YOU DID! Again, you project....but that's what projection is ALL about. Denial...you just can't handle checking your own mirrors. It's not about white people it's about institutionalised white supremacy, a much bigger demon that racism, yet it's the core of racism in America. White people are victims to it in different ways than how they use it to accomplish what they think will benefit them. They are basically a pawn. And, we all know what happens to pawns. And, your behaviour and posts are prime examples for more petty and trivial realms which I would call the front lines. Front lines are more about the day-to-day quality of life of the masses and how distracting white supremacy can become to prevent the 'left hand from knowing what the right is doing.' Trust me, it's just not all about you. Outside of the front lines would probably involve people in the states who have the authority in local, state and then federal governments........all tiers. And, then there is foreign policy. And, then there is the international sector. I will continue on another post about this, but the Americas especially U.S. is one of the few colonised areas to have invented the most stringent and systematic levels of organised racism in history. And, yes it came with the white Europeans. And, guess what? These same white Europeans began this system by severely discriminating and harming other Europeans "unworthy" to be called "white." And, this same system will END THE SAME WAY! It's just the nature of the beast. This system does require assimilation, and if the masses sense that another is not assimilated, then THAT unassimilated person will experience permanent and life-changing obstacles which ARE NOT warranted. I do not like the behaviours and/or culture of white supremacy. It's not me and it suppresses who I really am. I should have the freedom to be an American without being cookie cut. I don't expect others to behave like me, and I don't judge them for it either. As long as they don't abuse me, then I'm fine with it. But, if I don't go bouncing into a room with this ridiculously Bozo the clown grin on my face...being loud or aggressive while saying,"How are you today?", then that does not mean I or my life should be hurt in any way. And, it doesn't mean I am less American. If I choose to converse in another language with my coworkers on the job and am not hurting anyone, then that does not make me less American. That should not make me a target to be punished as well. When these scenarios occur, it's the masses who are enforcing the same assimilation which is going to back fire on them in the end.
I don't think this thread is appropriate for a long serious debate. But I think I should point out to you that the stigma with not being assimilated within a culture is not unique to White American society, not by far. In fact, this is quite the norm around the world. Do you have any idea of how stringently conformist soceity is in Japan, for instance? I have to say that in the bigger scope of things American soceity is one of the most tolerant in the world, where a number of different sub cultures are accepted and considered valid, and individual expression (something you must have overlooked) is celebrated.
anonymousofcours e

Honolulu, HI

#22 Jun 14, 2013
Uncle Miltie wrote:
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I don't think this thread is appropriate for a long serious debate. But I think I should point out to you that the stigma with not being assimilated within a culture is not unique to White American society, not by far. In fact, this is quite the norm around the world. Do you have any idea of how stringently conformist soceity is in Japan, for instance? I have to say that in the bigger scope of things American soceity is one of the most tolerant in the world, where a number of different sub cultures are accepted and considered valid, and individual expression (something you must have overlooked) is celebrated.
You sound like a racist whitewashed textbook. Don't compare America's freedom with other countries especially when they have completely different systems and constitutions and histories. And, especially since white supremacy has colonised other countries as well in many different ways and with many different methods. There is NO freedom in a country that rules with white privilege and white supremacy. If American constitution states all men are equal, then it had better enforce that otherwise rewrite the constitution reflecting the reality in that country....for a "select few." If assimilation to white supremacy and white privilege is required in America, then it should be stated in the constitution. Otherwise, give me my freedom back!

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kaiserslautern, Germany

#23 Jun 14, 2013
anonymousofcourse wrote:
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You sound like a racist whitewashed textbook. Don't compare America's freedom with other countries especially when they have completely different systems and constitutions and histories. And, especially since white supremacy has colonised other countries as well in many different ways and with many different methods. There is NO freedom in a country that rules with white privilege and white supremacy. If American constitution states all men are equal, then it had better enforce that otherwise rewrite the constitution reflecting the reality in that country....for a "select few." If assimilation to white supremacy and white privilege is required in America, then it should be stated in the constitution. Otherwise, give me my freedom back!
You have convinced me that we live in two different worlds. When I look around in my office, I see windows, and outside the branches of trees sway gently in the wind while the sun shines brightly. I believe when you look around, all you see are the stark WHITE walls of your padded cell!

I can't help you!

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