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Thoughts and prayers for those in Connecticut

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Old 12-15-2012, 07:17 AM
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My thoughts and prayers go out to any of you that are effected by the tragady in Connecticut. I realize that Newtown is about 70 miles from FCP, hopefully none of the staff there has suffered any loss.

Please pray for our country, that people would not have the thoughts or strength to carry out horrific acts like the one that happened yesterday.

Our family has vowed to never utter the name of the person that committed those violent acts yesterday. We hope you will join us. (My wife believes that many of the crazy people had a thought that they will somehow be famous and known forever after they commit their crazy deeds).
 
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Old 12-15-2012, 08:32 AM
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Im a constant writer of "letters to the editor" to my major local paper.....at every killing I read about I suggest to the paper NOT to publish photos of the killer....
These losers in life are seeking infamy in death....I think if the perps knew there would be a ban on all photos/names and background there would be less of these murder/suicide slaughters as they would gain zero publicity/infamy.....This kid was living out a video fantasy that he grew up on....Throw the video-games away and send your kids outside to play....
 
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Old 12-15-2012, 08:24 PM
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Unless NRA backs up, this type of tragedy would be repeated.

As for those who are against death penalty on this type of murderer, death penalty stops the same guy/gal from committing another crime and the percentage is 100%.

This time the guy committed suicide, which seems common among these psychopath.

There have been a countless number of murders in Japan in the last 10-20 years. The only plus was that citizens are not allowed to carry guns except registered hunters so the death toll was not as bad (one death is more than enough).

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