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Second mass shooting in less than 24 hours: 9 dead in Dayton

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1 hour ago, Harbingers said:

And you are falling for their framing. If you read heavy you must have read his twitter and other accounts. A lot of the stuff sounds an awful lot like a certain demographic on here even a few retweets for some of your sources. 

I recommend sticking to the “does this shooting have any political motivation” script you all have been parroting. Any deviation and y’all are going to leave yourself open to a whole world of hurt. 

What the fug are you doing?

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6 minutes ago, rodeo said:

edit: wrong mass shooting thread

You know things are pretty bad in this country when it is difficult to find the right mass shooting thread to post in.

 

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1 hour ago, GOOGLE JIM BOB COOTER said:

this is stupid. most of these spree shooters plan to be killed by police or kill themselves. you’re just exploiting the violence in hopes of more racist policy.

Also, hard to label them as rogue when they all have the same mission statement lol

G5 doesn't have a bottom when it comes to apologizing for right wing terrorism

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1 hour ago, GOOGLE JIM BOB COOTER said:

this is stupid. most of these spree shooters plan to be killed by police or kill themselves. you’re just exploiting the violence in hopes of more racist policy.

Huh?  Keeping people in jail for using guns in violent crimes is racist?

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31 minutes ago, ImaginaryKev said:

What the fug are you doing?

Pointing out “socialist” can’t have it both ways, if they get into this guys background. He was clearly a social media socialist. Best to keep it to the, shooting had nothing to do with political motivation and focus on the El Paso shooters act of terrorism. 

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58 minutes ago, NanuqoftheNorth said:

You know things are pretty bad in this country when it is difficult to find the right mass shooting thread to post in.

 

On a science forum I frequent we have a thread titled "Today's Mass Shooting." It was started January 23, 2018 because we got tired of making me threads. Last I checked it had over 1,000 posts, & the record for between updates (new mass shootings) was 10 days. 10 fugging days.

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21 minutes ago, g5jamz said:

Huh?  Keeping people in jail for using guns in violent crimes is racist?

No.

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4 minutes ago, 332nd said:

On a science forum I frequent we have a thread titled "Today's Mass Shooting." It was started January 23, 2018 because we got tired of making me threads. Last I checked it had over 1,000 posts, & the record for between updates (new mad shootings) was 10 days. 10 fugging days.

"Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

Between healthcare and guns, the United States can't get beyond square one.

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"Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness" is a well-known phrase in the United States Declaration of Independence. The phrase gives three examples of the "unalienable rights" which the Declaration says have been given to all humans by their creator, and which governments are created to protect.

 

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28 minutes ago, Harbingers said:

Pointing out “socialist” can’t have it both ways, if they get into this guys background. He was clearly a social media socialist. Best to keep it to the, shooting had nothing to do with political motivation and focus on the El Paso shooters act of terrorism. 

And was he “radicalized” to be a “socialist terrorist”.  

If so we need to see where and how he was “radicalized “. If not we treat it like the shooting it was and without political motive. 

 

We we know about alt right incel radicalizing. We have not seen a left side of this. If there is (unlikely) we should deal with it. 

 

To to both sides these shootings is a falsity at this point. 

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44 minutes ago, g5jamz said:

Huh?  Keeping people in jail for using guns in violent crimes is racist?

it does nothing to address the problem. it’s a standard right wing talking point meant to further weaponize the justice system against non white people. also you’re a known racist so i mean....

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"uh ackshually... "

-NGD

e: reminds me of E-Cat talking about how mass shootings aren't tragic because more people die falling out of bed every year, utterly blind to nuance.  The point isn't whether someone died dumbasses it's the underlying cause, and frankly it sounds like you're arguing mass shootings are just these random uncaused events like a tree falling on someone's house.

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7 hours ago, GOOGLE JIM BOB COOTER said:

it does nothing to address the problem. it’s a standard right wing talking point meant to further weaponize the justice system against non white people. also you’re a known racist so i mean....

You don’t want to solve problems.  To fix problems you want to punish everyone,  

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