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Respect the politeness.
Cousins who witnessed the shooting said one of them brought a legally purchased gun to the party – where attendees had been drinking – to “show it off,” according to Bellevue police reports. The owner of the gun placed the weapon on the kitchen table and Chavez Bedolla picked it up to admire it. He then became angry at the victim and told him, “You disrespected my wife” before shooting him twice in the chest, court documents indicate.
Exercise courtesy whilst employing your personal motorized conveyance.
The driver of the other car said he was traveling east on Floral Street, approaching Perry Street, when he saw Kibler’s vehicle driving in the wrong direction towards him. He also reported hearing gunshots and seeing gunfire coming from the suspect’s car.
The victim said Kibler suddenly veered into the other lane, striking the front left fender of his car. The victim told investigators the suspect continued driving westbound on Floral Street and then turned north.
According to arrest documents, investigators found gun shell casings at the site of the hit and run that matched casings found in Kibler’s car.
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Treat your neighbors with politeness.
Authorities said Murphy was standing on the front porch of his neighbor’s house when a juvenile at the house accidentally fired a shot through the closed front door.
Politeness is child’s play.
After investigating the scene, police officers concluded that the woman’s two-year-old son had found an unsecured gun at the residence. He then appeared to have accidentally fired the gun in a bedroom, shooting his mother in the back.
Once again, politeness is child’s play.
Thus passeth another day in the NRA’s Garden of Eden.
Field explains how to distinguish a “good guy with a gun” from a bad guy with a gun.
Be polite while patronizing the big box store:
The man was in a Walmart store near Watson and Yuma roads around 6:30 p.m., when the semiautomatic handgun began to slip as he carried it unholstered in the waistband of his sweatpants, Buckeye police said.
The man told police that when he tried to reposition his loaded gun and keep it from falling, he shot himself in the groin area.
The hunt for politeness goes on.
“Responsible gun owner” is an oxymoron.
Get an unload of all the politeness.
When authorities arrived on the scene, it found one passenger suffered a gunshot wound to his torso and leg. It was caused by an unintentional shot by the rear seated passenger while he was unloading his handgun.
I am beginning to suspect that one of the qualifications for having a firearm is to fail an IQ test.
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.
The hunt for politeness goes on.
Robert Potter, 54, was hunting deer late Tuesday afternoon on private property in Chatham when he was accidentally* shot by Ernest Sutliff, 38, of Albuquerque, N.M. Potter and Sutliff are related and were hunting together with two other family members.
*Once again, an editor fails to catch a misspelling of “negligently.”
Be polite to your friends.
A Sheriff Department release said an investigation revealed a 13-year-old male and a 16-year-old male were at the 13-year-old’s residence when the 13-year-old was loading a rifle and the weapon fired striking the 16-year-old in the back.
A 14-year-old male was at the residence and called 911, the report said.
One less friend.
I think I’ve remarked on this before, but I find it signifies something, perhaps an unconscious dehumanization, when “boys” or “men” become “males” once they come to the notice of police. I’ve kept count, but I don’t think girls and women are so frequently yclept, but I’ll keep my eye out.
“Performing maintenance.” Furrfu.
He is now a widower by his own hand.
Politeness is the bedrock of a strong marriage.
Police said Saturday that Rosenbrock’s 35-year-old husband, Eric Rosenbrock, was “performing maintenance” on his legally owned handgun when it went off.
Thus passeth another day in NRA Paradise.
Politeness is a family value.
The preliminary investigation indicated that both children, one age 4, the other age 11, were lying in their parent’s bed watching television when one of them obtained or disturbed a firearm, which had not been properly secured by the children’s mother earlier in the day. The firearm, a .22 caliber target pistol, discharged and a single projectile struck both kids, causing non-life-threatening injuries. They were each transported to a nearby trauma center and are expected to make full recoveries.