Oh the irony!Fred wrote: Get your head out of your ass.
Ummm Fred, I can see you peeking out of your navel!
OMG what does that even mean??!!Fred wrote: Just think at the Theatre shooting in Colorado, dark dark theatre if there had been security staff with more guns ( as per the NRA suggestions, the dead could have been 10 times larger. And that guy had 4 guns which he bought legally. He was carrying – An AR-15 assault rifle, – A Remington 12-gauge 870 shotgun – Two 40-caliber Glock handguns. lots of testosterone on display there ....and a lot of dead people
There are thousands of stories like this...
http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_ ... 123414.php
.... but they don't make the 6:00 news.
The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun.... is a good guy with a gunA recent breakup set off a shooting spree that ended with a man wounded at a South Side movie theater before the suspect was shot by an off-duty deputy, authorities said Monday.
Jesus Manuel Garcia, 19, an employee at a China Garden restaurant next to the Santikos Mayan Palace 14 theater, apparently became upset Sunday night after his girlfriend broke up with him.
He lashed out by sending her a message saying he planned to go to the restaurant and “shoot somebody,” said Bexar County sheriff's Sgt. Raymond Pollard.
Garcia went inside, chased people out the back door, and followed one employee as he ran toward the theater, apparently because he was the easiest target, Pollard said.
“He was chasing him, shooting in the air and at other cars,” Pollard said.
He said that when a San Antonio police officer heard the gunshots and pulled into the theater's parking lot, Garcia shot out his patrol car's windshield.
Garcia then pursued the employee into the theater, firing more shots when he reached the lobby, Pollard said.
One of the shots struck a patron in the back, but the bullet did not strike any vital organs and the man was released from San Antonio Military Medical Center later Sunday night.
Bexar County sheriff's Sgt. Lisa Castellano, who was working off-duty as a security guard at the Mayan Palace, chased the gunman toward the back of the theater. The 13-year department veteran cornered him after he ran into a men's restroom, shooting him several times and taking his gun, Pollard said.
Tara Grace, who was buying a drink from the concession stand when the shooting began, ran into the bathroom and locked herself in a stall with five other patrons to avoid the mayhem.
“We thought we were going to die,” she said.
... or a good chick.
CAN YOU HEAR ME IN THERE FREDDY???