Politeness: It’s just how you play the game.
Gamers, guns, and bloodlust–the American Dream.
We are beyond hope.
Even if persons get too close to you, show politeness.
Upon leaving the store, Michelle Dupree found that someone had parked too close to her truck, Renton police accounts say.
Dupree reportedly waited for the driver. When he emerged from the store and got into the driver’s seat of his car, she started yelling at him and initiated an argument, court documents say.
The man backed out of the parking lot and started to drive away, but the two continued to argue. The man reportedly yelled, “I’m a man” out of his car window, probable cause records say, prompting Dupree to reply, “Well, I’m a woman. That’s why I have an equalizer.”
Dupree allegedly retrieved a handgun from her truck, pointed it at the man and walked toward his car as he tried to leave the parking lot.
Another day in NRA Paradise . . . .
A report from the Milwaukee County medical examiner’s office says Phonisay’s cousin heard a gunshot around 11 p.m. Thursday but initially thought it was from a video game. She later heard her cousin calling for help.
The medical examiner says Phonisay apparently was posing with his gun and it discharged when he went to holster it. A round was fired into his right groin, striking his femoral artery.
You may now worship at Our Lady of the Winchester.
Words fail me, except to point out the obvious: these people are nuts.
Be polite to your mother.
The GBI said the mother and son were in the car parked in front of their home on Cutter Road near Douglas.
According to a report, the child found the gun in the car and thought it was a toy.
That’s when he picked it up and pulled the trigger.
Bid your good-nights politely.
Mr. Swaha told police he had been on his couch watching television Thursday shortly before the incident happened. When he got up to go to bed and picked up his handgun by its holster. The weapon fell from the holster and hit a coffee table, firing a round.
Mr. Swaha saw a bullet hole in the wall and called 911. He knocked on the door of an adjacent apartment but was told by a woman who came out to investigate the noise that no one lives there. The woman checked the next apartment down and a bloody man answered.
Ah, to rest in the arms of Morpheus in NRA Paradise . . . .
Play politely in the park.
An 8-year-old boy is hospitalized after accidentally shooting himself in the foot.
It happened just after 5:00 p.m. Wednesday at Chelten Avenue and Ardleigh Street in the Germantown section of Philadelphia.
Police say the boy found a gun while walking in the park and picked it up.
Another playful day in the NRA Playground.
Self-politeness is the politest kind.
Martin Murray, 26, of 25 Pine St., suffered entry and exit wounds to his upper thigh on his left leg, according to police. He was taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening.
Emergency crews responded to 25 Pine St. around 3:30 p.m. after receiving a 911 call from Murray, who said he had shot himself in the leg with a .22-caliber revolver. Police said Murray was outside on his porch when they arrived, and he told them the incident was accidental.
Politeness must be inculcated from the early years.
Police in central Ohio say a 3-year-old girl was shot and critically hurt when a 4-year-old girl apparently picked up and discharged a gun that had been left within her reach.
WCMH-TV (http://bit.ly/1IHSRIt ) in Columbus reports the younger child was struck in the neck when the gun discharged Tuesday morning in a neighborhood just west of downtown.
Another day of personal protection in NRA Paradise.