Tuesday, November 4, 2014

From the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence

Blatantly stolen from the Facebook page for the 

Just a few of the reasons people shot each other last month:

I ordered some food at a restaurant. When the cashier told me the price, I got upset. So I shot her repeatedly. 

My boyfriend brought a shotgun home and told me I needed to learn how to use it. So I shot him.

After Dad died, I wanted his tractor. My brother wanted it too, so I shot him in the head.http://www.baynews9.com/content/news/baynews9/news/article.html/content/news/articles/cfn/2014/10/29/sumter_deputies_man_.html

I signed a contract to restore this guy's old truck, but when I told him it was going to cost more than I had estimated, he said he wouldn't pay. So I shot him.

I was playing "gun tag" with a three-year-old child. He was pointing his toy gun at me, so I pointed my real, loaded handgun at him. I didn't really intend to shoot him, but I was drunk and I got carried away with the game.

The gun I bought for protection didn't protect my home from being burglarized. When I saw that I had been robbed, I had a temper tantrum in my front yard. My 13-year-old neighbor saw me and started laughing, so I pulled my gun and shot him nine times. http://posttrib.suntimes.com/news/30636740-418/police-enraged-gary-resident-guns-down-neighbor-boy-13.html#.VFVw4L7SyS3

I was racing radio-controlled cars with another man. We got into an argument about who won the race, so I shot at him.

I like to play with my loaded gun while I watch The Walking Dead. I got a little fidgety while I was engrossed in the show and unintentionally shot my little brother to death.

I was asleep and my cousin started jumping on my bed to wake me up, so I shot him to death.

My friend jokingly slapped me in the face, so I jokingly shot her in the head with a gun I thought was unloaded. (It wasn't.)

At a gathering after a funeral, I asked a woman for her phone number. She said no (she was with her fiancé), so I shot her and five of her family members.

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© 2013 L. Ryan

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