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Brian Sack @brian_sack
1,000,000 "journalists" now posting photos of any Adam Lanza they find MT @mpoppel: NY Post says gunman's name is Adam Lanza, not Ryan Lanza
Lets just go and ruin anybody's name that ends in Lanza.
This post was edited by tmaluchnik 19 months ago
"Whoever’s trying to kill me isn’t getting the job done. But one day, I’m going to punch that f___r in the face."
Another alleged Facebook screen grab from another one of Ryan Lanza's (we now know it was Adam Lanza, his brother, way to go media) FB friends:
People have always been messed in the head.
All you can do is appeal to a higher power to watch over you and your loved ones.
F the NCAA
F the BOT
My son's school has fingerprint recognition software to get into the building, but the truth is that you can only do so much. Costs us a small fortune to send him there.
Schools are handcuffed because liberal civil liberties groups would sue schools in the courts for frisking and being suspicious of people.
We never learn in this country. Very sad.
Lots of schools have metal detectors and armed policemen at the doors. Can you cite an example of such a law suit?
Go look at any insane civil suit brought by the ACLU.
My heart breaks for humanity. What happened with this person that lead him to decide to kill kids?
Also lets keep gun control out of this. Guns didnt talk him into committing this heinous act. That's a topic for another day. Today we just need to keep these families in our thoughts and prayers.
We're missing the point here - are we going to place metal detectors in malls, movie theaters, libraries, restaurants? Metal detectors aren't the answer, we need "crazy/evil/sick ^$%$&" detectors. We need to a) better understand the signs that are indicative of someone doing this, b) implement technologies and programs that help detect likely candidates, and c) pour resources into communities to fight this.
Update: 3:38 p.m.
Patch exclusive: The man identified in media reports Friday as the shooter has told friends that he thinks his developmentally disabled brother may have committed the crime, Patch has learned.
Anyone see Jon Stewart's thing about gun control this week? It was about how after every tragedy, when someone brings up gun control, people say "this isn't the time to talk about it." The problem is, when there are shootings every day, does that mean there's never a time to talk about it?
This is absolutely tragic. Words cannot describe how awful this is. But there should be a rational discussion about how to prevent as many potential tragedies like this as possible, whether it involves gun control or any other means. Just because something so awful happened, doesn't mean we should put it on hold. These awful things keep happening, and we need to be able to discuss it at some point.
The day I start listening to Jon Stewart is the day I throw myself off a bridge.
Doesn't make him wrong...
October 12, 2013. PSU 43 - UM 40 (4 OT). Unfortunately this fan wasn't around long enough to see it!
That because that's the best weapon he could get his hands on. China doesn't allow citizens to bear arms. And it was a rural village. How long did it take law enforcement to respond in the China killings?
I agree People kill people. But in the U.S. most People who kill people kill them with guns.
It does, because
1. guns aren't the problem.
2. using the bodies of dead children as a soapbox to stand on is wrong, no matter what your belief is.
1. Never said they were, just said serious discussion need to be made about the mass shooting problem we have.
2. He didn't. This was a show from earlier this week before this happened.
Children aren't deer, especially 5 year-old kindergarten kids.
Real "journalism" in this country died off a long time ago. I guess 60-minutes is the closest we have to real journalism today and these folks are dying off rapidly.
God bless the children, parents, teachers, and administrators that suffered from this horrible act! May the Lord ease their sorrow and grief!
Hearing some stories over the course of the day, it never amazes me how much valor teachers' show in these unfortunate, life threatening situations.
It's bad enough teachers don't get paid adequately for their regular duties, now it's all too common for them to have to perform extreme acts of bravery in the face cowardice.
This post was edited by Itzsessil 19 months ago
Watching this tragedy unfold in the news all day long, as sad as I am for the victims, I am truly amazed at the heroism of the teachers. Many more lives could have been lost if not for the heroism of the teahers. And I guarantee they don't think of themselves as heros or heroines, but the they saved many today. God bless them!
No they don't. They can simply be evil, deluded, and narcissistic...
This post was edited by Nittanynole 19 months ago
Kevin Gallagher @kevgalla24
RIP to my cousin Benjamin Wheeler, who was one of the kids in Connecticut today. Please say a prayer for his parents during this hard time.
This is a current Penn State student.
I feel your pain. One of the VT victims was from my home town (6,800 pop) and we all reached out to his parents. This senseless mass-violence needs to be stopped.
Thoughts and prayers with the Wheelers and their relatives.
Keep the faith Bro!
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