Remember I told you that the satirical mass shooter would become a serious problem?
Here's the third.
He had no real beliefs. His entire life--as it were--was based on social media memes and jokes.
A mass shooting was the ultimate troll.
At least this time he was killed before he could hurt anyone else.
@ThomasWic It amazes me that not a single soul thought, Wow, Brian has problems, we should keep an eye on him. Are these people so isolated that no one sees they are about to go off the deep end?
That's part of it, and the other part is that troll culture is now mainstream.
So you can say whatever you want, and people will chuckle and move on to the next meme or satirical comment.
@DuaneCates @ThomasWic @DonnaLea exactly, it is not about guns and weapons it's about Mental Health. It is virtually impossible to commit someone against their will. Any good sociopath knows exactly how to act once they are caught. Professionals are very apathetic because they know there is nothing they can do. They know they can only hold them for a short amount of time and then they have to release them. They can only hold on to them after they have hurt someone which is unbelievably stupid
@JM @DuaneCates @ThomasWic @DonnaLea I believe it was JFK in 1963 that signed the initial law that made it virtually impossible to commit someone against their will. Then Reagan came along behind him and closed all of the insane asylums rather than improve them. So now we live with the criminally insane walking amongst us. Every one of these characters is virtually the same person with the exception of this new breed that Thomas has pointed out.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.