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Re: “Guns on Campus Bill Advances

"UA President Robert Shelton doesn’t want to see guns on campus. "

Texas don't either, we want them all "concealed" so they aren't seen.
But one could do like Colin Goddard did and close his eyes while Cho shot him, reloaded several times, then came back and shot him some more if one wants to play possum and imagine that f you close your eyes the shooter can't see you because you can't see him, in the Ostrich "head in the sand" defense tactic. (Colin admits to this)

"There is no other function for those devices other than to stop the killing by an armed deranged person who is executing people one by one.”

Posted by someothername on 02/26/2011 at 1:51 PM

Re: “Gabe Zimmerman's Fiancée Calls for Smaller Bullet Magazines

As you know, Jared was only stopped because someone was able to grab that "foot-long" magazine.

Colin Goddard, a Brady Campaign employee was unable to grab any of Cho's 10 round magazines because they were too short and the short 10-round ones can be reloaded in less than a second so the Virginia Tech body count was higher.

That is what this lady wants? Shooters which are impossible to stop?

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Posted by someothername on 02/07/2011 at 5:46 PM

Re: “Gabe Zimmerman's Fiancée Calls for Smaller Bullet Magazines

I thank God that Jared in Tucson used one of those huge foot-long magazines making it harder to reload and making it easier to grab, than Cho at Virginia Tech and George Hennard at Lubys when they used short "regular-sized" magazines which no one could grab, and reloaded several times.....think about that a minute.

This was the only "bystander stoppable" mass shooting because the magazines were easier to grab.

Those "high capacity magazines" ... probably saved lives.

Posted by someothername on 02/07/2011 at 5:22 PM

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