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The hunt for politeness goes international.
On this occasion, up to 18 hunters were taking part, but apparently failed to notice the rider, who was wearing bright clothes and easily identifiable, according to the investigating source.
Shower your neighbors with politeness.
The bullet pierced a wall and was about a foot away from hitting a man who was showering in a separate apartment next door, records state.
Chip in for a bit of politeness.
Langdale told responding officers that the victim accidentally shot himself while cleaning a hunting rifle. That claim was not initially refuted by the victim since he required emergency surgery after being rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
But when the victim’s health improved enough for a police interview, he told investigators Langdale shot him after warning him not to consume his potato chips.
What was I saying about all those folks shot while cleaning guns?
Yet another responsible gun owner hunts for politeness.
The man, Richard Hannibal, was walking dogs along Richmond Mills Road when a single pellet from the round struck him in the chest, said Lt. Kevin Adam of the Maine Warden Service in a news release. According to police scanner reports, the pellet didn’t break Hannibal’s skin, but did give him a welt. He declined to be treated or taken to the hospital.
Be polite as you
execute carry out your parental duties.
Had the students been armed, no doubt this would not have happened. Just ask the NRA.
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.
Exercise courtesy whilst utilizing your personal conveyance.
According to WPLG Local 10, the incident happened along Northwest 135th Street at about 7 a.m.. Witnesses told the station that the driver of a black car changed lanes and hit a white truck near Northwest 42nd Avenue.
Both drivers got out of their cars and witnesses told the station the man in the black car pulled out a gun and shot the truck driver.
Let the gun do your bidding.
Hampton police say that bullet fatally struck another employee at the store on East Mellen Street around 2:40 p.m. Officers were called to the scene for a shooting complaint, and found the victim, a man, suffering from a single gunshot wound.
The hunt for politeness continues.
According to the Polk County sheriff’s office, around 7:15 p.m., the woman was hunting on her parents’ property in Clear Lake Township. As she was leaving her deer stand, she walked into a field and was shot by a 17-year-old boy who was hunting on the nearby property.
Maybe it was her antlers, or, then again, maybe this responsible gun owner just wasn’t paying attention.
Not only is a polite society a clean society, politeness is also a family affair.
Police reported the man suffered a gunshot wound to his hand when the weapon discharged. The bullet that went through the man’s hand struck his 3-year-old son, according to police reports.
Just another happy family in NRA paradise.
One more time, politeness is child’s play.
The handgun was fired inside a home around 7:15 a.m. in the 6700 block of Atasca Creek, officials said. The victim’s sister called investigators to report the incident, the sheriff’s office said.
More guns means more fun.
Just ask the NRA.
Politeness is a moving experience.
Phoenix Police said the boy was standing outside of his family’s vehicle when someone inside the vehicle moved a gun, causing it to fire.
We are again reminded that politeness is child’s play.
According to Campbell, the family reported hearing a loud pop. After finding the child, the family immediately called 911 and headed to Rusk. Unfortunately, by the time they reached paramedics the child was deceased.
Thus passes another day in the NRA’s Garden of Eden.
Where like minds gather . . . .
“It was determined the shooting was accidental,” Somoano said. “One person sustained non-life threatening injuries.”
This is the third shooting at Oak Tree Gun Club in 2018. On Sept. 2, a person was transported to a local trauma center after suffering a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the facility.
(Misplaced tag fixed. I’m only human.)
A polite society is a clean society.
The boy didn’t know gun was loaded when it discharged into his abdomen and the bullet continued through his back, according to Soldan.
Politeness takes practice:
A 14-year-old Weber County boy was killed Sunday afternoon in what authorities believe was an accidental shooting in Rich County. The teenager was a passenger in a white Chevy truck, driven by his father, when he was struck in the head by a stray bullet.
Rich County Sheriff Dale Stacey said the bullet was fired at a target several hundred feet from the truck. The shooter involved as well as witnesses stated that they did not know there was a road down range, and could not see the vehicle due to thick brush and trees.
Yes, indeed, it is the mark of “responsible gun owners” that they shoot at the knowable unknown.
. . . and a polite society is a clean society.
Police in the small Berkshire Country town of Monterey say the 70-year-old man was at a table in his home Wednesday afternoon cleaning the firearm when it discharged.
Be polite to your romantic partners.
First responders arrived to find the man applying pressure to a wound on the right side of his 21-year-old girlfriend of four months. She told police they had just returned to his apartment after getting dinner when she heard a gunshot and (she–ed.) fell to the ground.
The man gave a brief statement at the scene, saying that the couple had just gotten back to his apartment from dinner. He always has a pistol with him, and he thought he cleared the rounds from it when they returned. He said he didn’t realize it was loaded when it went off, and the bullet hit his girlfriend.
He didn’t know the gun was loaded (sigh).