|Had another fatal shooting here today . . .
||[Apr. 2nd, 2016|02:05 am]
Phrembah (a potato-like mystery)
This time it was a relative of the owners of a Vietnamese restaurant. Luckily, the shooter was armed and was able to exercise his second ammendment rights and stand his ground. The police will only say it was a domestic dispute. Unjustifiable toilet paper usage? Leaving dirty dishes in the sink? Someone nagging you to help out at the restaurant if you're not going to get a job somewhere else? There are dozens, if not hundreds, of accusations that you're forced to defend yourself against day to day, and thank God, in America you can do just that. Second ammendment solutions to problems of any sort are instant and permanent. Where else in life can you get that sort of satisfaction? With the restaurant owner's sons dead, the owner in the hospital and the shooter having blown his brains out in a car, you can bet that whatever threats he was defending himself against are over. Those problems are solved, once and for all.
Thank God, when Moses gave us the Constitution of the United States of America, he said it was OK to kill people who piss you off too bad.