cut_throat_flunky1650 karma2016-07-07 20:04:55 UTC
You were right to not give it your sandwich. Fuck that peacock
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cut_throat_flunky1188 karma2016-07-07 19:06:58 UTC
No, because effort
cut_throat_flunky1187 karma2016-07-07 18:45:08 UTC
I think its given me a unique perspective on things like gun crime. For example a few months before this attack there was a shooting in Dunblane, a town in Scotland where 18 people died and were injured.(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunblane_school_massacre). I sometimes think "If he had a gun I'd be dead. My older sister would be dead. All those people who survived, who knows how many of them would have lived." So it frustrates me when I see over in America where there not even willing to talk about gun control. Like do some studies or something and if you find limiting access to guns won't solve your problem, then so be it but at leat have the conversation.
cut_throat_flunky1048 karma2016-07-07 18:21:27 UTC
What is there to say, you know? I mean I have no vendetta or anything against him, because he was suffering from mental illness so
if I were to say anything I'd probably just say I don't hold anything against him and that I hope he gets better. But again its hard to say
cut_throat_flunky1041 karma2016-07-07 17:48:59 UTC
I don't remember a whole lot, just little snippets, like being in an ambulance, my dad seeing me in hospital and cameras around my hospital bed. Its mostly the aftermath I remember, like the media coming to my house, my parents being on TV, going to TV studios and events and meeting reporters and celebrities.
I'm told I used to have nightmares when I was younger but they must have stopped when I was still little because I don't remember having them.
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