Gunman is shot dead by police after h...

Gunman is shot dead by police after he kills two women in restaurant shooting

There are 5 comments on the Daily Mail story from Apr 13, 2012, titled Gunman is shot dead by police after he kills two women in restaurant shooting. In it, Daily Mail reports that:

Three people were left dead and a child injured after an apparent domestic dispute led to a shooting at a restaurant.

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Aptos, CA

#1 Apr 13, 2012
Cave [email protected]@ers are a violent species. They kill their wives and children with ease. These mayonnaise monkeys should have never been let out of caves of Europe. They say non whites are more violent, really???

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08


#2 Apr 14, 2012
Pow, pow, pow, there's a TIP for ya, LOL.

Atlanta, GA

#4 Apr 14, 2012
Mesopotamia--Widely considered to be the cradle of civilization, Bronze Age Mesopotamia included Sumer and the Akkadian, Babylonian and Assyrian empires.

The cradle of civilization is a term referring to locations identified as the sites of the emergence of civilization.

In Western European and Middle Eastern cultures, it has frequently been applied to the Ancient Near Eastern Chalcolithic (Ubaid period, Naqada culture), especially in the Fertile Crescent (Levant and Mesopotamia), but also extended to sites in Armenia,and the Persian Plateau.

Other civilizations arose in east Asia, among cultures situated along large river valleys, notably the Indus River in the Indian Subcontinent and the Yellow River in China.

Civilizations also arose independently in Egypt, Norte Chico in present-day Peru, the Andes and in Mesoamerica. If writing is considered an indicator of civilization, the earliest "cradle" to have writing was Sumer (Jemdet Nasr).

I'm not even sure 1/2 of Africa has learned to write despite 2000+ years of "evolution".

Atlanta, GA

#5 Apr 14, 2012
Africans--first showed up around--3000b.c It is now recognized that the pre-Dynastic Egyptian states were part of a string of inter-related cultures along the Nile Valley as far south as Sudan.
Some of these (notably Ta-Seti in what became Nubia and the city of pre-Kerma) had monarchies and urban development by 3000b.c. and thus represent the earliest black African civilizations. Pre-Kerma became the basis of the first Kushite empire (Kerma, c.2500-1500 bc).

Read it close--I kmnow it's hard, but sound it out= the earliest black African civilizations c.2500-1500 bc).

Greece=23,000!! years ago! Hmmm, wonder which one started first?

However, evidence of GREECE civilizations *PROVEN* to exisit as far back as he oldest man-made structure is found within a prehistoric cave in central Greece, according to the Greek culture ministry.
The structure is a stone wall that blocked two-thirds of the entrance to the Theopetra cave, near Kalambaka, on the north edge of the Thessalian plain. It was constructed 23,000 years ago, probably as a barrier to cold winds

The Franchthi Cave in the Peloponnese, in the southeastern Argolid, was occupied from the Palaeolithic circa 20,000 BCE (and possibly earlier) through the Mesolithic and Neolithic periods, being abandoned about 3000 BCE (Middle Neolithic).

It is one of the very few settlements in the world that shows continuous human occupation for more than 20,000 years. It also contains some of the earliest evidence for agriculture in Greece. The first inhabitants were probably hunter gatherers, but from around 11,000 BCE almonds, pistachios, bitter vetch, and lentils all appear at the same time, while wild oats and wild barley appear from 10,500 BCE, while from 7,300 BCE peas and wild pears also appear.

And Most Africans still can't read or write.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08


#6 Apr 14, 2012
AreYouKiddingme wrote:
Africans--first showed up around--3000b.c
Why are you talking this racist crap when the shooter and the family is caucasian, dolt.

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