Read all of this!
Roger Pedactor

Frankfort, OH

#1 Dec 17, 2012
amazing

Marion, OH

#2 Dec 17, 2012
You Sir are insane if you believe that terrible fairy tale.
DaTruth

Marion, OH

#3 Dec 17, 2012
Why do you always post so many links? I'd rather you just type whatever u wanna say
DrNO

Marion, OH

#4 Dec 17, 2012
Roger Pedactor wrote:
http://shortlittlerebel.wordpr ess.com/2012/12/16/urgent-upda te-on-connecticut-shooting/
Just wanted to let you know, I won't show those pics of you going down on me to anyone, lover! Can't wait to do you again soon!
Wake Up

Marion, OH

#5 Dec 17, 2012
No one seemed to care when our government slaughtered 26 kids in waco texas imagine that
wake up people

Marion, OH

#6 Dec 22, 2012
this shit is real. thank you for posting the link. you show people and they are to stupid to think shit like this really happen. America needs to wake up. the american people need to take a stand against are gov. let the gov. know we don't like this shit.
Pseudonym

Flatwoods, KY

#7 Dec 22, 2012
"With all the questions surrounding the Connecticut school killings I decided to do the math based on the information provided. It is reported that the killer shot each victim 6 to 11 times. If you average these two numbers, you get 8.5 times multiplied by 28 victims you arrive at 238 rounds actually hitting their targets. Lets say this 19 year old mentally impaired killer hit his target on 75% of his shots (which would be difficult for a trained professional). The total shots fired would total 298 rounds or 10 full 30 round clips. If the shooter fired one shot per second it would take him almost five minutes to fire 298 rounds of ammunition which does not even consider clip changes and moving from point A to point B. We are told that the killer was mentally ill, very shy and weighted about 100 pounds. The killer is said to carry two hand guns, copious amounts of ammunition, a rifle (not found at the scene), flak vest, and at least 10 full AR-15 magazines. So, the math says that a 100 pound retarded boy strapped on at minimum 60 plus ponds of gear and attacked a school, firing over five minutes non-stop. This kid was not trained in firearms and mentally dysfunctional. The atmosphere would have been extremely dynamic and chaotic. Reality says the environment would have overwhelmed Lanza and he would have dropped mags every where, he would have hit about 25% at the very best (total firing 1192 rounds or almost 40 mags). You would have to be extremely well trained to keep your composure in that environment. The only logical way for this to happen would have been for multiple well trained gunmen to have approached down a hall, shooting as they went. They trap two classes in their rooms and mow them down quickly and then methodically place additional shots (6-11) into each stationary body to insure body count.
America

Marion, OH

#8 Dec 22, 2012
If any of these things are indeed true, we should worry about the state of our souls, not gun control. It will be the start of the end of the world as predicted on the Bible.
Start with the most important thing, where you are to spend eternity. Pray for forgiveness of your sins and get into a good church. Your soul is more important than worrying about keeping your guns.( not that I think the government should take our guns though)
well then

Ashland, KY

#9 Dec 22, 2012
Pseudonym wrote:

"With all the questions surrounding the Connecticut school killings I decided to do the math based on the information provided. It is reported that the killer shot each victim 6 to 11 times. If you average these two numbers, you get 8.5 times multiplied by 28 victims you arrive at 238 rounds actually hitting their targets. Lets say this 19 year old mentally impaired killer hit his target on 75% of his shots (which would be difficult for a trained professional). The total shots fired would total 298 rounds or 10 full 30 round clips. If the shooter fired one shot per second it would take him almost five minutes to fire 298 rounds of ammunition which does not even consider clip changes and moving from point A to point B. We are told that the killer was mentally ill, very shy and weighted about 100 pounds. The killer is said to carry two hand guns, copious amounts of ammunition, a rifle (not found at the scene), flak vest, and at least 10 full AR-15 magazines. So, the math says that a 100 pound retarded boy strapped on at minimum 60 plus ponds of gear and attacked a school, firing over five minutes non-stop. This kid was not trained in firearms and mentally dysfunctional. The atmosphere would have been extremely dynamic and chaotic. Reality says the environment would have overwhelmed Lanza and he would have dropped mags every where, he would have hit about 25% at the very best (total firing 1192 rounds or almost 40 mags). You would have to be extremely well trained to keep your composure in that environment. The only logical way for this to happen would have been for multiple well trained gunmen to have approached down a hall, shooting as they went. They trap two classes in their rooms and mow them down quickly and then methodically place additional shots (6-11) into each stationary body to insure body count.
dont throw logic at these idiots....they wouldnt know what to do with it....face it...people just arent gonna wake up....I have been trying for years to get these sheep to open their eyes... they refuse to hear any of it...i guess ignorance really is bliss
Watcher

Galion, OH

#10 Dec 22, 2012
Aspergers is not mental retardation. It is a high functioning form of autism, often denoted by poor socialization skills and a marked interest in singular subjects.

Clips hold ammunition; magazines feed ammunition. Please know the difference. It makes for a stronger argument when you don't sound like a kid who has played too much Call of Duty. If the Medical Examiner said that that 238 rounds hit their target that doesn't mean that it was a singular round. At close range a .223 round with a muzzle velocity of 1200 fps could easily "over penetrate" and cause injuries to multiple victims. Especially if they were huddled together. So the hits to rounds ratio is bunk. Also, you are seriously overstating the weight of body armor (even if it had hard ceramic Class IV inserts), ammunition and weapons. Maybe 45lbs at best. And he wasnt running the Boston marathon with it on. He walked from a vehicle into the school and into the one if the nearest classrooms. Training in firearms means very little at close range against children and other softer targets. Aim down the barrel, pull the trigger, change magazines. He wasn't going against SEAL team 6 with a bolt action rifle. He didn't need to fire and maneuver while manipulating a complicated weapons platform.

As for a chaotic environment being overwhelming, I believe you are projecting a bit much. The chaos and violence of gun fire in a school is a given, hence it is predictable, by extension a tactic that was used to the gunmans advantage. Remember the part where often people with Aspergers often have a singular interest but also often poor social skills? Imagine that person whose singular interest would be to do harm to others. Speed, surprise and violence of action worked to the gunmans advantage. He controlled the chaos, because he was the one creating it. As for his keeping of composure during the attack, he controlled his environment. Children offered no resistance, adults if they did offer resistance were killed. There was no reason for him to lose his composure.

What matters in all of this is that the one round he fired at himself hits its mark.

Aside from the death of innocents there are other tragedies.

The media will play the funerals for ratings not for empathy.
The government will ban certain guns to protect us from ourselves.
People will forget about all the ancillary aspects such as mental health or school safety (such as ALICE).

People will either go buy more guns or lobby to have people's guns taken away. The government will be more than happy to be a nanny for the right amount of cash. If your kids shy or awkward or doing poor in school or is being bullied or isn't popular we can have them put on a watch list. We can stick a resource officer inside and outside the classroom, but you'll have to be okay with them carrying AR's because their safety is important and the bad guys carry big guns too. Before you know it a nanny state turns into a police state. All because some kid who would without knowing the media would foam at the mouth to immortalize his cowardly act would have otherwise killed himself in the basement of his own home.

So it sounds like this terrorist is still winning.

Since: Dec 12

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#11 Dec 22, 2012
Watcher wrote:
Aspergers is not mental retardation. It is a high functioning form of autism, often denoted by poor socialization skills and a marked interest in singular subjects.
Clips hold ammunition; magazines feed ammunition. Please know the difference. It makes for a stronger argument when you don't sound like a kid who has played too much Call of Duty. If the Medical Examiner said that that 238 rounds hit their target that doesn't mean that it was a singular round. At close range a .223 round with a muzzle velocity of 1200 fps could easily "over penetrate" and cause injuries to multiple victims. Especially if they were huddled together. So the hits to rounds ratio is bunk. Also, you are seriously overstating the weight of body armor (even if it had hard ceramic Class IV inserts), ammunition and weapons. Maybe 45lbs at best. And he wasnt running the Boston marathon with it on. He walked from a vehicle into the school and into the one if the nearest classrooms. Training in firearms means very little at close range against children and other softer targets. Aim down the barrel, pull the trigger, change magazines. He wasn't going against SEAL team 6 with a bolt action rifle. He didn't need to fire and maneuver while manipulating a complicated weapons platform.
As for a chaotic environment being overwhelming, I believe you are projecting a bit much. The chaos and violence of gun fire in a school is a given, hence it is predictable, by extension a tactic that was used to the gunmans advantage. Remember the part where often people with Aspergers often have a singular interest but also often poor social skills? Imagine that person whose singular interest would be to do harm to others. Speed, surprise and violence of action worked to the gunmans advantage. He controlled the chaos, because he was the one creating it. As for his keeping of composure during the attack, he controlled his environment. Children offered no resistance, adults if they did offer resistance were killed. There was no reason for him to lose his composure.
What matters in all of this is that the one round he fired at himself hits its mark.
Aside from the death of innocents there are other tragedies.
The media will play the funerals for ratings not for empathy.
The government will ban certain guns to protect us from ourselves.
People will forget about all the ancillary aspects such as mental health or school safety (such as ALICE).
People will either go buy more guns or lobby to have people's guns taken away. The government will be more than happy to be a nanny for the right amount of cash. If your kids shy or awkward or doing poor in school or is being bullied or isn't popular we can have them put on a watch list. We can stick a resource officer inside and outside the classroom, but you'll have to be okay with them carrying AR's because their safety is important and the bad guys carry big guns too. Before you know it a nanny state turns into a police state. All because some kid who would without knowing the media would foam at the mouth to immortalize his cowardly act would have otherwise killed himself in the basement of his own home.
So it sounds like this terrorist is still winning.
Very well said, Watcher.

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