In your head, perhaps. You asked me to provide sources that in this particular case, the assistant principle had to run a quarter mile to get to his gun.
You've yet to provide any proof of a civilian running half a mile to get a gun and preventing killings in a school.
Or are you going to argue now that somehow I wrote what I didn't want and you just happen to know better? Go on.
As a member of the US Army Reserves, does this guy have any more legal right to carry a weapon around than any one else? No?
No but he clearly has more training which I've been pointing out that you've been ignoring like the happy little shi
tstain that you are, but again cry and change your argument when it suits you. Like no one saw that
Better than manning up and saying you made a mistake, or even better finding actual proof. But then again, considering how often you tend to say:
You're arguing over irrelevant details.
- every time a pesky "detail" completely annihilates your argument it really is no surprise at all. You can't just say "here's proof that what I'm saying is correct!" and then cry that the details don't match up and call those irrelevant..
Who cares if he saw or heard the shooting start
You did when you brought it up as proof of your stance, and by your stance I mean the party line.
Why does this matter for the point I'm making?
Again, an amusing massive error on your behalf that you stated as a fact to bolster your claims. You're falsifying information to "get your point across," and I'm simply correcting you time and again, and you're crying over it. It really is that simple.
Did stupid just jump in your brain today?
Every time you post.
So you're going to cry, or you going to get to it and find proof of what you claim? Edited, Jan 24th 2013 3:21pm by lolgaxe