Discussion in 'On Topic' started by s2k, Aug 11, 2009.
sounds like she fucked up a murder
yeah, 2nd guessed herself after shooting
unless the casing from the one he shot shows it was a blank, and more blanks in the mag
Why you'd discharge a gun, even with blanks, indoors is beyond me...
no discussion of whether they wore eyes and ears.
would you put on eyes and ears if you were gonna murder someone? kinda makes it look like premeditation, doesn't it?
pointed at some one no less
or a failed attempt at an assisted suicide
And aiming it at someone's head too?
I blank adapted an M1 carbine for a friend, one night he was anxious to see if what I did actually worked. Driving down the highway he shot 2 rnds of blanks in his car. He was deaf all weekend.
Laughed my ass off.
I totally read it this way at first glance
an ex coworkers friend decided to dry fire his gun to be funny. pointed it right at his girlfriends head and pulled the trigger. he didnt know one was in the chamber and killed her. right in front of all of their friends no less.
wow thats fucked up
If only he had followed one or more of the four rules.
or the 1 important rule of not being a complete moron.
true that, double true
like i was taught in both hunters ed, and drivers ed... all accidents can be prevented.
someone should send them a copy of the crow.
lazy sunday FTMFW
I sometimes wish they would make IQ testing and College/University education a mandatory part of the licensing process. Maybe by having stricter standards, we'd have less of the aforementioned incident type. It's just complete stupidity. I'm not saying it would be a bulletproof system, but I find it hard to believe that intelligent College/University graduates would pull such stunts.
i don't think a college degree makes you less likely to have an accident like this. i know plenty of people with college degrees that still have no common sense.