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Ensure that your progeny display politeness at their educational institutions.
Thus passeth another life in the NRA’s Garden of Bleedin’.
He was polite to his mail carrier.
U.S. postal inspectors said he (one Eric M. Kortz–ed.) blocked Mr. Vignone’s truck with a van, got out and shot the mail carrier multiple times, including once in the head. Mr. Kortz then drove to the Carnegie police station to tell officers he’d shot someone.
According to an affidavit by Inspector Erik Bohin, Mr. Kortz later told investigators that he believed Mr. Vignone and his family had poisoned him and his family with cyanide when they were previously neighbors. The affidavit did not elaborate on that claim or provide details as to where they once lived.
Now, about those psychiatric exams for persons who want to buy guns . . . .
Yet more neighborly politeness . . . .
Her 17-year-old son said he was the one who found her lifeless body in the bed. Authorities said they found a bullet hole in the wall of the apartment.
Foley’s neighbor told police his gun went off while he was cleaning the weapon.
The story goes on to report that the neighbor “forgot” there was a shell in the chamber. It left out the part about his being too stupid to have a gun in the first place.
Guns and stupid, guns and stupid.
They go together like love and Cupid.
Let me tell you brother,
You can’t have one without the other.
Yet more random acts of politeness . . . .
And thus passeth another day in the NRA’s Garden of Bleedin’.
This first-grader was back-packin’ heat.
He told the newspaper that the backpack belongs to a first grader.
Yet another child has been sacrificed on the NRA’s altar of armament.
Be polite at the while shopping for bargains at the big box store.
The child’s relative was accessing a gun when it discharged, striking the boy in his left foot.
I do hereby nominate “accessing a gun” for mealy-mouthed euphemism of the month.