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Who wrote: Sat Jun 11, 2022 8:54 pm
Deathproof wrote: Sat Jun 11, 2022 7:35 pm
Who wrote: Sat Jun 11, 2022 2:46 pm So now everyone that is killed has been slaughtered?

At least we agree the second amendment should be abolished and replaced
We certainly do not. Most of us don't hate freedom.
You changed the narrative, not me.

Try brushing up on your trolling next time
I didn't change anything. I used the word "slaughter" to mock your overblown outrage. The hand-wringing and pearl-clutching you're doing over Uvalde is ridiculous.
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Y'all can't even agree that you should expect to see more gun violence around gangs and drugs than in schools? This country is fucked.
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Burn1dwn wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 3:57 pm Y'all can't even agree that you should expect to see more gun violence around gangs and drugs than in schools? This country is fucked.
Has the idea ever occurred to you that when an evil person sees signs posted around a place like a school that says "Gun Free Zone", being a criminal, he doesn't see a barrier, he sees an opportunity. See, Liberals think- "Put these signs up- Problem solved". Again, no gun in history has ever killed anyone by itself.
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 4:19 pm
Burn1dwn wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 3:57 pm Y'all can't even agree that you should expect to see more gun violence around gangs and drugs than in schools? This country is fucked.
Has the idea ever occurred to you that when an evil person sees signs posted around a place like a school that says "Gun Free Zone", being a criminal, he doesn't see a barrier, he sees an opportunity. See, Liberals think- "Put these signs up- Problem solved". Again, no gun in history has ever killed anyone by itself.
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Who wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 5:50 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 4:19 pm
Burn1dwn wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 3:57 pm Y'all can't even agree that you should expect to see more gun violence around gangs and drugs than in schools? This country is fucked.
Has the idea ever occurred to you that when an evil person sees signs posted around a place like a school that says "Gun Free Zone", being a criminal, he doesn't see a barrier, he sees an opportunity. See, Liberals think- "Put these signs up- Problem solved". Again, no gun in history has ever killed anyone by itself.
Do you ever wake up embarrassed?
Why should he be embarrassed? He's completely correct. Did those "gun-free zone" signs help at Sandy Hook?
Chicago has some of the strictest gun laws in the country, yet the weekends come with double-digit black-on-black shootings that we're not supposed to talk about because they don't help the idiot left's Victim Narrative™. You don't think people with ill intent recognize an easy opportunity when they see it?
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Burn1dwn wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 3:57 pm Y'all can't even agree that you should expect to see more gun violence around gangs and drugs than in schools? This country is fucked.
Of course but the point of the comparison is that among the dead gangbangers innocent lives are also lost in the Chicago killings and no one gives a fuck.
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CHEEZY17 wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 7:18 pm
Burn1dwn wrote: Sun Jun 12, 2022 3:57 pm Y'all can't even agree that you should expect to see more gun violence around gangs and drugs than in schools? This country is fucked.
Of course but the point of the comparison is that among the dead gangbangers innocent lives are also lost in the Chicago killings and no one gives a fuck.
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On May 12th a Texas prison inmate stabbed a guard and escaped a prison bus. After not being captured, on June 2nd, he murdered 5 people and was then found and killed by authorities.

In the meantime, prison transports by bus were suspended while they investigated what went wrong. Today, they resumed those bus trips after making some changes.

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice will resume inmate transportation on Monday following a brief pause after a convicted murderer escaped from a prison bus last month and killed five people.

During the pause earlier this week, TDCJ officials say they conducted “a comprehensive review of its transportation procedures” to investigate how the murderer escaped. On Saturday, the agency announced it had found solutions, which include having three officers on a bus, enhancing their search of inmates before they board, upgrading their bus cameras, transporting “high risk” inmates alone and upgrading jail medical facilities to reduce offsite transports.

Apparently, changes can be made after a terrible event. And made VERY quickly.
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Animal wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 8:54 pm On May 12th a Texas prison inmate stabbed a guard and escaped a prison bus. After not being captured, on June 2nd, he murdered 5 people and was then found and killed by authorities.

In the meantime, prison transports by bus were suspended while they investigated what went wrong. Today, they resumed those bus trips after making some changes.

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice will resume inmate transportation on Monday following a brief pause after a convicted murderer escaped from a prison bus last month and killed five people.

During the pause earlier this week, TDCJ officials say they conducted “a comprehensive review of its transportation procedures” to investigate how the murderer escaped. On Saturday, the agency announced it had found solutions, which include having three officers on a bus, enhancing their search of inmates before they board, upgrading their bus cameras, transporting “high risk” inmates alone and upgrading jail medical facilities to reduce offsite transports.

Apparently, changes can be made after a terrible event. And made VERY quickly.
The problem is those changes sound so great now until about 10 years from now when people get all lax again and say "What changes"?
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:37 pm
Animal wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 8:54 pm On May 12th a Texas prison inmate stabbed a guard and escaped a prison bus. After not being captured, on June 2nd, he murdered 5 people and was then found and killed by authorities.

In the meantime, prison transports by bus were suspended while they investigated what went wrong. Today, they resumed those bus trips after making some changes.

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice will resume inmate transportation on Monday following a brief pause after a convicted murderer escaped from a prison bus last month and killed five people.

During the pause earlier this week, TDCJ officials say they conducted “a comprehensive review of its transportation procedures” to investigate how the murderer escaped. On Saturday, the agency announced it had found solutions, which include having three officers on a bus, enhancing their search of inmates before they board, upgrading their bus cameras, transporting “high risk” inmates alone and upgrading jail medical facilities to reduce offsite transports.

Apparently, changes can be made after a terrible event. And made VERY quickly.
The problem is those changes sound so great now until about 10 years from now when people get all lax again and say "What changes"?
which, isn't the point.
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When i used to do corrections, 9/10 someone got something past a checkpoint it was because some of timer didn't want to do his job and properly strip search. You'd be the surpised at the crevaces you can conceal something, especially if you have flaps or nappy hair
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Animal wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:43 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:37 pm
Animal wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 8:54 pm On May 12th a Texas prison inmate stabbed a guard and escaped a prison bus. After not being captured, on June 2nd, he murdered 5 people and was then found and killed by authorities.

In the meantime, prison transports by bus were suspended while they investigated what went wrong. Today, they resumed those bus trips after making some changes.

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice will resume inmate transportation on Monday following a brief pause after a convicted murderer escaped from a prison bus last month and killed five people.

During the pause earlier this week, TDCJ officials say they conducted “a comprehensive review of its transportation procedures” to investigate how the murderer escaped. On Saturday, the agency announced it had found solutions, which include having three officers on a bus, enhancing their search of inmates before they board, upgrading their bus cameras, transporting “high risk” inmates alone and upgrading jail medical facilities to reduce offsite transports.

Apparently, changes can be made after a terrible event. And made VERY quickly.
The problem is those changes sound so great now until about 10 years from now when people get all lax again and say "What changes"?
which, isn't the point.
Of course it is. Inmates have been escaping Texas transportation custody for almost 200 years. I'm pretty sure after every one, "officials" met and came up with a new Super Duper plan so it would never happen again. The problem isn't the new plans, it's forgetting about them and getting lax over the years.
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Geist wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:45 pm When i used to do corrections, 9/10 someone got something past a checkpoint it was because some of timer didn't want to do his job and properly strip search. You'd be the surpised at the crevaces you can conceal something, especially if you have flaps or nappy hair
I'll bet the hardest job ever is Head Security for the WNBA/NCAA Women's basketball.
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 11:02 pm
Geist wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:45 pm When i used to do corrections, 9/10 someone got something past a checkpoint it was because some of timer didn't want to do his job and properly strip search. You'd be the surpised at the crevaces you can conceal something, especially if you have flaps or nappy hair
I'll bet the hardest job ever is Head Security for the WNBA/NCAA Women's basketball.
You know oil field security isn't supposed to check your oil, right?
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:53 pm Of course it is. Inmates have been escaping Texas transportation custody for almost 200 years. I'm pretty sure after every one, "officials" met and came up with a new Super Duper plan so it would never happen again. The problem isn't the new plans, it's forgetting about them and getting lax over the years.
do you know how this story about the escaped inmate might tie into the story about uvalde?
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Animal wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 11:45 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:53 pm Of course it is. Inmates have been escaping Texas transportation custody for almost 200 years. I'm pretty sure after every one, "officials" met and came up with a new Super Duper plan so it would never happen again. The problem isn't the new plans, it's forgetting about them and getting lax over the years.
do you know how this story about the escaped inmate might tie into the story about uvalde?
No. But I'll take that "might" with a large M because I haven't heard anything remotely connected between the two.
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 12:18 am
Animal wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 11:45 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:53 pm Of course it is. Inmates have been escaping Texas transportation custody for almost 200 years. I'm pretty sure after every one, "officials" met and came up with a new Super Duper plan so it would never happen again. The problem isn't the new plans, it's forgetting about them and getting lax over the years.
do you know how this story about the escaped inmate might tie into the story about uvalde?
No. But I'll take that "might" with a large M because I haven't heard anything remotely connected between the two.
both were tragic events in their own regard. in one they made several policy changes to keep the event from ever occurring again. And they did it in less than one month.

In the other, nothing has been done yet
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Animal wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 12:25 am
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 12:18 am
Animal wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 11:45 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:53 pm Of course it is. Inmates have been escaping Texas transportation custody for almost 200 years. I'm pretty sure after every one, "officials" met and came up with a new Super Duper plan so it would never happen again. The problem isn't the new plans, it's forgetting about them and getting lax over the years.
do you know how this story about the escaped inmate might tie into the story about uvalde?
No. But I'll take that "might" with a large M because I haven't heard anything remotely connected between the two.
both were tragic events in their own regard. in one they made several policy changes to keep the event from ever occurring again. And they did it in less than one month.

In the other, nothing has been done yet
I guess I was expecting UFO's or something
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Hell, I'll give you the perfect example that happened with no "might". Sandy Hook happened 10 years ago. In the little town of Iraan in W Texas, 1000 miles away, and probably places like Uvalde, school and law enforcement officials sprang into action. All kids were locked in from entry until classes were over. No one was allowed to leave for lunch. 2 deputies roamed the grounds during school hours- a couple of teachers with licenses had their firearms always handy. Then 2012 slid into 2013-4, and it was like "It's pretty silly to not let the Jrs and Srs leave for lunch- they're almost adults" and "Can you believe how much these Deputies are costing the School District- maybe just one is need" 2013 slid into 2014-5 and it's like "How ridiculous to carry around the keys to the doors- the kids are just going to the playground and back" 2014-15-16/ etc etc etc. No danger here- how silly. It's called apathy and getting lax. You can have all the super duper plans you want.
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the key to all of that was in the first sentence. "Sprang into action".
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Animal wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 12:25 am
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 12:18 am
Animal wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 11:45 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:53 pm Of course it is. Inmates have been escaping Texas transportation custody for almost 200 years. I'm pretty sure after every one, "officials" met and came up with a new Super Duper plan so it would never happen again. The problem isn't the new plans, it's forgetting about them and getting lax over the years.
do you know how this story about the escaped inmate might tie into the story about uvalde?
No. But I'll take that "might" with a large M because I haven't heard anything remotely connected between the two.
both were tragic events in their own regard. in one they made several policy changes to keep the event from ever occurring again. And they did it in less than one month.

In the other, nothing has been done yet
I wouldn't say "nothing has been done". I mean, the liberals have thrown their usual "guns are scary" temper tantrums, the Dems have politicized it like they always do, and decent Americans have stood up for freedom and 2nd Amendment rights in the face of dems' calls to disarm law-abiding people, like always.
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Deathproof wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 1:15 pm
Animal wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 12:25 am
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 12:18 am
Animal wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 11:45 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:53 pm Of course it is. Inmates have been escaping Texas transportation custody for almost 200 years. I'm pretty sure after every one, "officials" met and came up with a new Super Duper plan so it would never happen again. The problem isn't the new plans, it's forgetting about them and getting lax over the years.
do you know how this story about the escaped inmate might tie into the story about uvalde?
No. But I'll take that "might" with a large M because I haven't heard anything remotely connected between the two.
both were tragic events in their own regard. in one they made several policy changes to keep the event from ever occurring again. And they did it in less than one month.

In the other, nothing has been done yet
I wouldn't say "nothing has been done". I mean, the liberals have thrown their usual "guns are scary" temper tantrums, the Dems have politicized it like they always do, and decent Americans have stood up for freedom and 2nd Amendment rights in the face of dems' calls to disarm law-abiding people, like always.
But poor Brett Kavenaugh needs special protection but the nasty liberals don’t want to help.

Did I do that right?

And I haven’t changed my opinion, you are sick individual if you think a daily killing in Chicago is the same as 19 innocent children murdered while a whole police force waited outside.
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Who wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 1:24 pm
Deathproof wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 1:15 pm
Animal wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 12:25 am
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 12:18 am
Animal wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 11:45 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:53 pm Of course it is. Inmates have been escaping Texas transportation custody for almost 200 years. I'm pretty sure after every one, "officials" met and came up with a new Super Duper plan so it would never happen again. The problem isn't the new plans, it's forgetting about them and getting lax over the years.
do you know how this story about the escaped inmate might tie into the story about uvalde?
No. But I'll take that "might" with a large M because I haven't heard anything remotely connected between the two.
both were tragic events in their own regard. in one they made several policy changes to keep the event from ever occurring again. And they did it in less than one month.

In the other, nothing has been done yet
I wouldn't say "nothing has been done". I mean, the liberals have thrown their usual "guns are scary" temper tantrums, the Dems have politicized it like they always do, and decent Americans have stood up for freedom and 2nd Amendment rights in the face of dems' calls to disarm law-abiding people, like always.
But poor Brett Kavenaugh needs special protection but the nasty liberals don’t want to help.

Did I do that right?

And I haven’t changed my opinion, you are sick individual if you think a daily killing in Chicago is the same as 19 innocent children murdered while a whole police force waited outside.
Nothing sick about it. It's 100% valid. Double-digit shooting deaths every weekend, and just like in Uvalde, the cops do nothing. Just like in Uvalde, the victims are kids (sometimes). The only difference is that Uvalde makes the news because it helps the idiot left's anti-gun, anti-freedom narrative. The Chicago shootings don't make the news because black-on-black violence 1)disproves the retarded "White Supremacy" narrative, and 2)demonstrate how a liberal-led city in a liberal-led state leafs to failure.

Another thing: Why are you so hung up on "19 children"? Why emphasize that it was children? Are they more important than everyone else?
You know 2 adults were killed too, right? Two adults who had jobs and payed taxes and contributed to the economy -- all things those kids did not do. But you only ever mention the non-contributing children.
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Who wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 1:24 pm
Deathproof wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 1:15 pm
Animal wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 12:25 am
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Tue Jun 14, 2022 12:18 am
Animal wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 11:45 pm
CentralTexasCrude wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:53 pm Of course it is. Inmates have been escaping Texas transportation custody for almost 200 years. I'm pretty sure after every one, "officials" met and came up with a new Super Duper plan so it would never happen again. The problem isn't the new plans, it's forgetting about them and getting lax over the years.
do you know how this story about the escaped inmate might tie into the story about uvalde?
No. But I'll take that "might" with a large M because I haven't heard anything remotely connected between the two.
both were tragic events in their own regard. in one they made several policy changes to keep the event from ever occurring again. And they did it in less than one month.

In the other, nothing has been done yet
I wouldn't say "nothing has been done". I mean, the liberals have thrown their usual "guns are scary" temper tantrums, the Dems have politicized it like they always do, and decent Americans have stood up for freedom and 2nd Amendment rights in the face of dems' calls to disarm law-abiding people, like always.
But poor Brett Kavenaugh needs special protection but the nasty liberals don’t want to help.

Did I do that right?

And I haven’t changed my opinion, you are sick individual if you think a daily killing in Chicago is the same as 19 innocent children murdered while a whole police force waited outside.
Also, you're right: Brett Kavanagh does need protection, as demonstrated by the leftist assassination attempt of June 8th.
No surprise Drunk Nancy Pelosi is stalling a bill that would grant such protection to Supreme Court justices. I would imagine she's doing so in the hopes he gets killed so the dems can replace him with another liberal activist. Meanwhile, Drunk Nancy, her alcoholic drunk-driving husband, and their extended family enjoy 24-hour taxpayer-funded security. All armed with GUNS, by the way.
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The "assassin" who called the police on himself :lol:
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