(untitled). . Jay Skeelow .1. A stu. I have to explain what to do during a school shooting to rrly wyr old, but by all means lets freak out about gay marriage.. You more likely to be killed by a vending machine than to be caught in a massacre. Statistically speaking, mass shootings are insignificant to the gun violence
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Jay Skeelow .1. A
stu.
I have to explain what to do
during a school shooting to
rrly wyr old, but by all means
lets freak out about gay
marriage.
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#2 - economicfreedom (06/20/2014) [+] (42 replies)
You more likely to be killed by a vending machine than to be caught in a massacre.   
Statistically speaking, mass shootings are insignificant to the gun violence in America.   
Even if a law magically got rid of all the "assault weapons" and "high capacity" magazines, those types of guns are almost never used and no more than a couple rounds are fired so it wouldn't make a difference at all.   
   
It is entirely a political issue.
You more likely to be killed by a vending machine than to be caught in a massacre.
Statistically speaking, mass shootings are insignificant to the gun violence in America.
Even if a law magically got rid of all the "assault weapons" and "high capacity" magazines, those types of guns are almost never used and no more than a couple rounds are fired so it wouldn't make a difference at all.

It is entirely a political issue.
#19 - pebar (06/21/2014) [+] (19 replies)
You don't have school lock down drills?   
It was one of the most common drills we had when I was in school. Probably even more common than fire drills.
You don't have school lock down drills?
It was one of the most common drills we had when I was in school. Probably even more common than fire drills.
#21 to #19 - swagloon (06/21/2014) [-]
I never had school lock down drills.    
I never considered that would be a thing in other states.   
Hell I live in Texas; it rains gunpowder every Sunday and wild shotguns roam the plains and you're telling me you need drills just in case someone walks in your school with a gun?
I never had school lock down drills.
I never considered that would be a thing in other states.
Hell I live in Texas; it rains gunpowder every Sunday and wild shotguns roam the plains and you're telling me you need drills just in case someone walks in your school with a gun?
#70 - nighthawxx (06/21/2014) [-]
well 4chan did give us a pretty good idea on what to do during school shootings
User avatar #39 - kyoutu (06/21/2014) [+] (6 replies)
America, land of the free.
Except people are scared to send their children to get the basic human right that is education.
#63 - nightmarecorpse (06/21/2014) [-]
Give every single child a loaded gun when they go to school so they can practice their freedom and right to protect themselves.
Problem solved.
#55 - whatugawkinat (06/21/2014) [+] (11 replies)
- Train and hire armed guards in schools and public events
- Make more of an effort to ensure that anyone wishing to carry a firearm is trained, certified and mentally as capable as any law enforcement officer
- Get rid of "gun free zones" that are clearly the target for shootings
- Put more focus into correction and rehabilitation in the prison/law enforcement system rather than a focus on money (bail, fines...) and trying to put a stop to repeat offenders.
- Post signs (legit or not) stating that rather than a facility be gun free, it states that the owner/employees are armed
- Make it required that anyone wishing to own a firearm and purchasing by ANY means must have a license to own one by not only issuing a background check, but a mental health check as well. This means that purchasing from a gun show or private owner without said license is illegal.
- Require teachers to be certified in first aid

The list can go on in ways to drastically reduce the number of shooting in schools or other places and facilities as well as the number of deaths. We cannot prevent gun related crime...firearms are as widely available as heroin, cocaine and meth. How will banning firearms keep people from obtaining them? This isn't about guns, it's about politics, social issues and the result of a ****** up system.
#22 - nibbero (06/21/2014) [+] (1 reply)
In both situations.
#79 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/21/2014) [+] (3 replies)
**anonymous rolled comment #1594953 ** :
what I do during a school shooting
#47 - newdevyx (06/21/2014) [-]
American problems.
American problems.
User avatar #25 - hellomynameisbill ONLINE (06/21/2014) [+] (18 replies)
Here's the thing, school shootings are occuring more often in the United States and they're certainly an effective method of terrorism. Thus, the government needs to find ways to control them.
But how? What preventative measures can be taken on the subject of massacres and spontaneous attacks?
The most logical way would be to lower their effectiveness and severity, so the best way is to debate on gun control and national security.
User avatar #27 to #25 - thegamerslife ONLINE (06/21/2014) [-]
fact check dude. school shooting are down in america, but our media sensationalizes them thus making it seem like they are happening a lot more often.
#52 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/21/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Armed security. That is all. We use armed security to protect our money at banks but not our children. Is money more important than children?
User avatar #86 - newfeliperuiz (06/21/2014) [-]
So what you're saying is we should be informing kids what to do in the event of a homosexual marriage.
I propose the classic "stop, drop, and roll".
User avatar #18 - reginleif ONLINE (06/21/2014) [+] (8 replies)
One issue has nothing to do with the other.... :/

I could go around his entire argument by suggesting that we create mini police stations in schools spreading police resources more efficiently, and creating zero need for gun talks or gay talks. >.>

Or bring up the fact that we ALREADY have dozens of drills concerning earthquakes, floods, fires, power outages, gas leaks, hurricanes, first aid with ALL of them stressing that the point of those drills is to save your life (not die). So a school shooting drill isn't out of the question unlike explaining to your kid what the hell those sickos in leather were doing to each other in public.

I'm just saying completely unrelated.
User avatar #73 - metalfreaker (06/21/2014) [-]
How 'bout we take the "pop a cap in yo ass" gangster ********* out of our culture, and slap some parents in the head?.. The parents are the primary educators, not just the dick and vag that created yet another cumstain on the fabric of human existence.

**** it, start Boxing 101 in 4th grade... Then, at least. the kids might hash out their issues in a more honorable manner.
User avatar #45 - testaburger (06/21/2014) [-]
haha, americans
User avatar #146 - marinepenguin (06/21/2014) [+] (4 replies)
The closest thing I've had to a school shooting was a guy that went to a bar in a town about 30 miles north and he started shooting at people eating there, apparently aiming for young children mostly, 6 people died.

Ya know what happened?

People banded together, hunted that ****** down (we live in a very rural hunting area). He ended up being chased into the woods, got shot in the leg by a guy who was waiting in a tree stand, and got dragged to the nearest police station. Guns aren't the problem, criminals are the problem. Good gun toting citizenry has many of its own uses, including general defense of our neighbors. If we hear of a string of robberies out here, you can be sure some old guy with a 12 gauge in his truck is patrolling a few blocks around his house at night.
User avatar #150 to #149 - marinepenguin (06/21/2014) [-]
I agree with that.
#125 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/21/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Ohhh America..If only you could see how crazy and retarded you looked to everyone else.
#117 - kmichel (06/21/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I usually post about gun rights on the Yahoo News forums, and make a copy of all my responses because I don't see the point in repeatedly typing variations of the same thing. The following is copy and paste Frankenstein from my responses this year about gun rights, and thought I'd post it since people seem to be having a serious discussion here. Take from it what you will.

"We must accept that mass murder and isolated killings are a necessary price to pay for the constitutional right to bear arms. You can't put price on this right, even if the currency is human lives. Otherwise, where is the limit? It's easy to argue that society should strive for zero murders, but putting that into practice would severely restrict our freedom and happiness.

There is plenty we can do to make us safer without infringing on that right. We already have mandatory background checks in many states, and national bans on the production of new automatic weapons for civilians. We're closing loopholes at gun shows, and banning felons and the mentally ill from owning guns. We should target the inner city, where 70-80% of the 11,000 annual gun murders occur due to gang violence. Dismantle this aggressive urban culture through education at school, aggressively locate the sources of illegal guns, and promote better parenting at home. Teach kids about gun safety, or if that's too controversial, make conflict management a mandatory class in school. Find out why our society is ill and treat the root cause, rather than the symptom. Make this the responsibility of the federal government, since politicians on a fixed 2-year term prefer short-term solutions that can be quantified as proof of their hard work. This amounts to throwing money around and banning things, which sound good on paper but accomplish next to nothing. Effective strategies will take time, and you cannot count on individual politicians to bother with them."

#112 - breadposter (06/21/2014) [+] (11 replies)
I teach children about the wonders of bread
User avatar #128 to #126 - breadposter (06/21/2014) [-]
Your fish looks like a loaf of bread with eyes
#11 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/21/2014) [+] (2 replies)
In both cases, "signs" or "words in a book" don't stop either from happening. If they want to get a legal partnership, they can have a different word, end of story. As for guns, if your son has never watched a movie with people shooting and doesn't know to run and hide, then he is too sheltered.
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