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  1. InsipiD

    Lastest info is that he had a single handgun. Expect calls for an assault weapons ban anyway.

    No, expect handguns to all be called “assault weapons.”

    “Well hand guns are made for killin’
    They ain’t no good for nothin’ else
    And if you like to drink your whiskey
    You might even shoot yourself
    So why don’t we dump ‘em people
    To the bottom of the sea
    Before some ole fool come around here
    Wanna shoot either you or me.” -Lynyrd Skynyrd

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  2. Section8

    What an asshole. At least they took him out. No parades around the courtroom, no infamous fame, just put the shithead in the ground.

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  3. repmom

    What an asshole. At least they took him out. No parades around the courtroom, no infamous fame, just put the shithead in the ground.

    I like that as well.

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  4. HARLEY

    What the fuck is it with people, is it the lust for blood, the fame, or what?
    Sikh’s! WTF? why them?

    Lastest info is that he had a single handgun. Expect calls for an assault weapons ban anyway.

    Calls for a High cap ban… again..

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  5. Hal_10000 *

    I sometimes think we should revive the practice of Damnatio memoriae for people like this: wipe their name from history.

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  6. CM

    What the fuck is it with people, is it the lust for blood, the fame, or what?
    Sikh’s! WTF? why them?

    From Hal’s link”

    Because of their customary beards and turbans, Sikh men are often confused for Hindus or Muslims — and have been the targets of hate crimes since the September 11, 2001, attacks on New York and Washington, said Surinder Singh, a spokesman for the Guru Nanak Mission Society of Atlanta.

    “We were the victims of mistaken identity, and a few Sikhs were gunned down during that time,” Singh said. A Sikh man was killed in Phoenix in apparent retaliation for the attacks that had been carried out by the Islamic terrorist group al Qaeda, and Singh said the entire Sikh community “will be kind of scared” following Sunday’s killings.

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  7. HARLEY

    I seen a few video interviews that people on the scene were claiming there were multiple attackers.??
    This sounds very confused.

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  8. Mississippi Yankee

    The THIS was for Hal’s suggestion to erase these animals from history but works equally well for CM’s comment too.

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  9. Poosh

    and have been the targets of hate crimes since the September 11, 2001, attacks on New York and Washington, said Surinder Singh

    ’cause hate crimes against Sikh’s never happened before 9/11, don’t you know!

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  10. CM

    He’s a known shit-for-brains white supremicist extremist arsehole:

    His name was known to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which published a picture of Page wearing what seem to be suspenders with a confederate-flag pattern and standing in front of Nazi iconography, and identified him as the lead singer in a band called End Apathy, associated with the white-supremacist scene. (“So the shooter was ‘one of us’?” a commenter on Stormfront, a white-supremacist Web site, wrote. “This is not looking good!”) He was also, according to an interview with the record label (the S.P.L.C. has a link, but it seems to have been taken down) involved with bands called Youngland and “Celtic Warrior, Radikahl, Max Resist, Intimidation One, Aggressive Force, Blue Eyed Devils.”

    ….despite the assurances that Page was the only shooter, are looking for a second man, a “person of interest” who was in the crowd around the temple. He seemed to be filming people; he also had a 9/11 tattoo. There is also the troubling talk of how attacking Sikhs was a “mistake”—as if attacking Muslims would be less absurd or wrong.

    http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/closeread/2012/08/the-man-with-the-911-tattoo.html#ixzz22nxRucmO

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