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I would attack the messenger but I don't have a gun. Maybe I'll get drunk and run over them with my car. Just as effective.
The problem is the fact that people have no respect for other people in today's society and too many people think they can/should kick someone's arse over every mundane disagreement.
One of the interesting facts in the SYG defense will be does he have the gun in his hand before the popcorn (or any other object) flies? Here's the video:http://www.tampabay.com/news/courts/bail-hearing-resumes-this-morning-in-movie-theater-shooting/2164575
Earlier in this thread I suggested that a 71 year old man was emboldened by the fact that he had a gun, but for the gun he likely never confronts the younger guy:1. he left to complain BUT still came back to his same seat2. a witness claism he said this:"I'll teach you to throw popcorn at me," an eyewitness recalled the shooter, retired Tampa police Capt. Curtis Reeves, saying."Can you picture a 71 year old taking the same approach without a gun? Even if he does, does it end in death?
Peanut Butter and Moonbeam have similar arguments. Both of them want the status quo to change, yet somehow they feel that the burden of proof is on everyone else. Both of them feel that their own belief is enough to make their views valid, and the rest of the world should accommodate them based on their word .. . . and my word that more guns = more gun violence. . . . which I typed . .. but . . . err . . . um . . yeah . . . hmmmm . . . . . didn't mean? . . . . . . yeah, that's the ticket