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In case of fire, fire back.

...and it's helpful in an actual case of fire.

Alex‘
5 Ito." tauted ago -
dist every classroom in America should hays a fire extinguisher.
Hear me out on my reason why.
When a school goes Into countdown, each classroom is pretty much a bunch of
sitting ducks. if an attacker gets through the door, the teacher needs to engage them.
Fighting back Is all you can do at that point. Arming staff members opens up a huge
can of worms and potentially more harm than good. but what about fire extinguishers?
What if, when a school went Into lowdown, wary teacher grabbed a fire extinguisher?
ifyou‘ re up against the wall next to the classrooms door, you should hays a split second
to make a first moire. Pull. Aim. If he gets In, squeeze.
ll The atem: lter is now engulfed in a cloud of white smoke. The white powder (potassium
bicarbonate and CDA mix) is now In his ayes ears and lungs. He can' t see, and his oxygen
has just been replaced wath that is so cold his throat is being freezer burned.
At some point, he' s going to drop the weapon. If has not going gone unconscious yet,
l hit him dyer the head as hard as you can with the ., You IMLU knock
unconscious. Evacuate and let authorities take war.
Isthis a foolproof method to stop the increasing numbers of attacks In our schools?
No, but a Freaking the extinguisher, which will cost mien less when bought in built.
Is a start
Ewe can spend , , 000 in Iraq every day, I' m pretty sure we can put a fire
extinguisher in wary classroom in America " its less than a student, That' s a pretty
cheap insurance policy, don' t you mink?
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#32 - plainarcane **User deleted account** (12/03/2013) [+] (34 replies)
That's easy to say when you're not the one that has to carry a fire extinguisher to a gunfight. Seriously, this is retarded. Plans never go that smoothly, plus I'm pretty sure anyone holding a loaded gun, upon being sprayed in the face with a fire extinguisher, will immediately start firing blind, and it's hard to miss at that range. There are only a few practical preventative measures to a problem like this:   
   
1: Psychiatric evaluations to find mass murderers before they become so.   
2: Put an end to bullying by teaching kids to fight back, and expelling bullies.   
3: Making every student walk through a metal detector (I really don't like this option, but it's probably where we're actually headed).   
4: Allowing (or even requiring) trusted school staff to carry concealed weapons.   
   
I also believe that legalizing drugs would destroy organized crime, which would seriously diminish the availability of illegal weapons, which would make it possible to put stricter regulation on who is and who isn't allowed to buy guns.
That's easy to say when you're not the one that has to carry a fire extinguisher to a gunfight. Seriously, this is retarded. Plans never go that smoothly, plus I'm pretty sure anyone holding a loaded gun, upon being sprayed in the face with a fire extinguisher, will immediately start firing blind, and it's hard to miss at that range. There are only a few practical preventative measures to a problem like this:

1: Psychiatric evaluations to find mass murderers before they become so.
2: Put an end to bullying by teaching kids to fight back, and expelling bullies.
3: Making every student walk through a metal detector (I really don't like this option, but it's probably where we're actually headed).
4: Allowing (or even requiring) trusted school staff to carry concealed weapons.

I also believe that legalizing drugs would destroy organized crime, which would seriously diminish the availability of illegal weapons, which would make it possible to put stricter regulation on who is and who isn't allowed to buy guns.
#39 - twofreegerbils (12/03/2013) [+] (21 replies)
Every mass shooting (shootings perpetrated by one person with more than three dead victims) since 1950, with the exception of the attempted assassination of Gabby Giffords, has taken place in a "Gun Free Zone".

Food for thought.
User avatar #2 - teoferrazzi (12/02/2013) [+] (11 replies)
or a can of mace?
User avatar #27 - twistedwoodthing (12/03/2013) [-]
Also, those things can put out fires.
#1 - kaboomz (12/02/2013) [+] (17 replies)
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fire extinguishers?
what are you? canadian?

what america needs is guns available for any age so they can defend themselves in kindergarten / school / work / retirement home

police officers in schools should be removed as well
what is this? nazi concentration camps?

fire extinguishers...
#21 - anonymous (12/02/2013) [+] (5 replies)
If it can stop tear gas, why not a fire extinguisher?
User avatar #23 to #21 - zight (12/02/2013) [-]
it won't stop you from getting cold as **** or being hit hard as **** form a fire extinguisher
#141 - qxangelxp (12/03/2013) [-]
"What's the worst that could happen?"
"What's the worst that could happen?"
#168 - kingderps (12/03/2013) [+] (1 reply)
We should have combat death robots patrolling the halls of all schools.
#178 to #168 - thebaseballexpert (12/03/2013) [-]
FIRST REQUEST: PRESENT HALL PASS
User avatar #56 - ehzio (12/03/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Nooo, then the teacher would get expelled because the fire extinguisher is offensive to the armed intruder!
#233 - freemonkeyballs (12/03/2013) [-]
School shootings are rare its just the news is glorifying it seeming as if they happen on the daily. The truth is even they ban guns its not going to stop psychopaths that really want to kill people they will just find another way like home made bombs.
Psychopaths have always been around and will continue to be there is no good if there is no evil.
#179 - WHATTHEPISSTRAINE (12/03/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Has anyone ever attended a school without a fire extinguisher in every classroom.... Or is it just my fault that I did
User avatar #181 to #179 - navadae (12/03/2013) [-]
all my schools had 1 fire extinguisher per HALL, not in each classroom
User avatar #74 - jacklane (12/03/2013) [+] (8 replies)
I'm for armed security in all schools.

Kind of odd, I thought there were police in all schools anyways...

We had a cop in our school, Grayling High School. Up in the woods of BFE. We never even had a problem in the first place! We literally had no ******* !
#241 - viciousaxel (12/03/2013) [+] (19 replies)
This is typical uninformed guesswork. Granted, any weapon is better than nothing, but it doesn't solve the problem as effectively as it could be.
So, the aim of the teacher or other defender is to prevent the attacker from firing his weapon and killing bystanders or the defender. The original scenario is that all defenders are unarmed and the attacker has free reign of the school or any other so-called "gun free" zone.

Scenario 1: The defender has no firearm. There is a fire extinguisher present either by the door or at the front of the classroom where the defender is standing teaching a lesson. The defender is around 7-10 feet away from the door. For argument's sake, the defender manages to instantly react to an armed attacker appearing in the doorway and move the 7-10 feet to the door. The defender sprays the attacker with a fire extinguisher. The attacker still has full motor control and can easily fire his weapon. He is less effective as his vision is impaired, however, there is a class full of kids evenly distributed around the room. He can still easily hit someone.

Scenario 2: The defender is carrying a firearm of their own. They have received training on how to effectively draw and fire their weapon on the concealed carry course which they had to attend in order to be allowed to obtain a permit to carry a concealed weapon. The defender reacts to the attacker coming through the doorway. For argument's sake the defender and attacker are evenly matched in terms of ability. As such, there is a 50% chance the defender will kill the attacker and win the engagement. If either party is hit, they are shot by the winning party until killed or otherwise incapacitated. As such they cannot fire their weapon. If the defender wins, the threat is completely removed. If the attacker wins, he has control of the classroom. However, other defenders remain in the environment and so he must win another engagement if he wishes to continue to another classroom.
#253 to #251 - viciousaxel (12/03/2013) [-]
Well for one, I'm not American. Secondly, you've not addressed any points I made, rather, you've just dismissed the argument.

In Britain, we banned handguns in 1996. Since then, shootings involving handguns have risen. I don't believe this rise is directly caused by the ban, but it shows that bans have little effect on crime.

In Switzerland, there are 330000 assault rifles in private homes. And I don't mean AR-15s or a civilian version of a military gun, I mean a select fire weapon made to fight wars. In 2011 they had around 50 murders in the entire year.

In London, the police confiscate over 400 illegally owned guns a month. Generally, they consist of submachine guns, handguns and assault rifles, all of which are completely illegal here in the UK.

Rather than trying to use a band-aid to cover up symptoms and further exacerbating problems, America should be more concerned with the fact that people are prepared to walk into a school and murder a class full of children. A gun is a means to an end.

In China, a man killed 20 primary school children with a knife.

www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-20723910

This isn't exactly an isolated incident either, this type of thing has been happening for a while in Asia.

Perhaps you should take your own advice and use facts, logic and reasoning to structure your arguments, rather than using mass media to form your opinions for you.
User avatar #118 - mangostormlegend (12/03/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I always wondered: if you're told to back away from windows and get under desks, what do you do if someone throws a grenade into the room?

Everyone in my class laughed when I asked (who's going to waste a grenade on a classroom, dumbass?), but I remain unfazed.
User avatar #277 - babyweewee (12/03/2013) [-]
Who's to say the teachers wont grab that fire extinguisher and spray it at the little cunts in the classroom? I know I would..

My court trial is next week..
#237 - mantou (12/03/2013) [+] (2 replies)
>Applies fire extinguisher, but perpetrator doesn't inhale

>Earns an additional well placed anger shot to the forehead
User avatar #87 - mcrut (12/03/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Then the intruder starts spraying and praying, what then?
User avatar #92 to #87 - aahrg (12/03/2013) [-]
spraying and praying is more safe for the targets than aimed shots to the head / center of mass
#36 - stevegasm (12/03/2013) [-]
Nah we just need an emergency button that deploys these guys into the hallways
Or...y'know...releases the neurotoxins
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User avatar #203 to #188 - hyeroshi (12/03/2013) [-]
Well there's Iceland. It's almost as if gun crime doesn't even exist there, but I can't say much for violence. In the US gun crime is probably more than an hourly occurrence.
User avatar #99 - theexplodingcheez (12/03/2013) [-]
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