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Via Job’s Anger.


Politeness builds family values.

Chambers’ wife reportedly told investigators that she happened to be driving by early Wednesday morning and noticed the light on and went to investigate with her gun drawn. The wife is licensed to carry a concealed firearm.

We’re told Detroit Police investigators are trying to get to the bottom of exactly happened next. What we know for sure is that the officer’s reported mistress was shot in the thigh.


Open carry for me, but not for thee.


The polite bring new meaning to “defensive driving.”

According to the sheriff’s office, a Ford Ranger was traveling north on Highway 17 when a semi-truck approached the Ranger from behind.

A report states the truck intentionally struck the Ranger on its side while traveling in the same direction.

Investigators say the truck driver then fired a round into the Ranger’s back drivers side bumper. The Ranger pulled over at the Sunoco gas station and the driver called authorities.

There’s an additional shot of politeness at the link.


Politeness promotes creativity.

A MOTHER and daughter concocted a bizarre tale about a mysterious Arab bursting into their home and firing a gun to explain away a shooting accident, a judge heard yesterday.

Elisabeth Koulouris, 55, and daughter Anne-Marie, 23, had been struggling over the loaded rifle when it went off, the County Court heard yesterday.

The bullet went flying into a neighbour’s bedroom, just missing the two terrified ­occupants.


Spray that politeness around.

Around 2 p.m. Sunday a homeowner was walking in his backyard when he was hit by a bullet fired from a half-mile away. The victim’s family said it was a very scary situation.


The homeowner was struck by a bullet in his behind. Sedgwick County Officers said it came from across a farm field behind his backyard. Five men ages 18-20 were shooting several rounds from the other side of the field. They were aiming at a dead stump with no back stop.

More gun nuts too stupid to have guns.




Another polite guy with a gun:

A Texas woman died late Saturday after she was struck by a stray gunshot in the town of Helen in North Georgia.

Police said the bullet came from a small-caliber handgun carried by a 53-year-old man from Jasper, Ga. The gun accidentally discharged, and the bullet traveled across Helen’s tourist-laden Main Street and struck the woman in the side.

More persons packing heat will, no doubt, prevent such things from happening in the future.


Playdates must be polite.

“What happened was the other two boys were out after my son had gone to sleep. He woke my son up and said he had accidentally shot Dillon,” Mohr told WDRB.

According to the coroner’s office, Walker died at University Hospital from a gunshot wound to the head.

“We didn’t know for a long time whether he was going to make it or not,” Mohr said.

Police have charged a 17-year-old juvenile with Walker’s murder.


While the cat’s away, the polite will play.

A 14-year-old boy was accidentally shot in the face Thursday while he and a friend were handling a gun, police said.


They said a 15-year-old boy who lives at the home found a hidden key to the gun safe and was able to get to a handgun inside. The 15-year-old told police that the gun went off as he was putting it back in the gun safe.

Both parents were at work at the time of the shooting. Police said the 15-year-old had been told not to have friends over when the parents weren’t there.

An, in more news of the polite, the polite shoot first and ask questions later (Via Atrios):

A Loudoun County sheriff’s deputy shot his teenage daughter at their Winchester home after mistaking her for an intruder, then crashed his car as he tried to race her to the hospital, according to the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office.

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Play with your toys, politely.

A MAN required emergency surgery after accidentally being shot by his brother in Thurgoona on Wednesday night.

The pellet lodged in the 18-year-old’s stomach after his brother, 25, accidentally discharged an air rifle at their Honeysuckle Street home.

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Father:  These video games are dangerous for our children.  They need to be involved in something that doesn't glorify killing things.  (Hands son a rifle).  Like actually killing things!

Via Bob Cesca’s Awesome Blog.

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Be polite after an accident.

According to Black Hawk Police Chief Stephen Cole, a motorcycle was hit by a car at approximately 10:15 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 119 and Richman Street.

“The driver of the motorcycle was thrown and suffered serious injuries. The motorcycle driver suffered a possible gunshot wound during the crash,” Cole said in a statement. “A gun was recovered at the scene and may have been in the possession of the motorcycle driver at the time of the crash.”

Police think the 60-year-old biker was packin’.

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The polite die young.

The death of a 7-year-old boy Sunday night is being considered an accidental shooting, according to Det. Chris Isom of the White County Sheriff’s Department.

Isom said he and two other members of the White County Sheriff’s Department responded to a residence in Cassville about 8:20 p.m. on Sunday to the report of a shooting of a 7-year-old, whose identity has not yet been revealed. Isom said they believe the boy had gotten ahold of a pistol.

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Bend your fenders politely:

After speaking with witnesses, Delaney says that they learned the Lexus was one of two cars involved in a “fender bender.” Upset by the accident, Velazquez allegedly began firing the 9mm semi-automatic into the air. Alarmed, the other driver then left the area.

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Be polite while visiting your grandparents.

Officials told WSMV-TV ( that an 8-year-old boy died in the shooting Sunday evening in White County. Authorities say the shooting occurred at his grandparents’ home.

Police say the boy accidently (sic) fired the gun, striking himself.

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Be polite when closing the sale.

One of the men was interested in purchasing a gun, but it wasn’t clear if he was interested in buying the gun being shown or if the gun owner was just showing the other man the weapon, a .40-caliber Smith and Wesson. The two men were standing in the parking lot at the American Nutrition plant, 2813 Wall Ave., as the owner began taking the gun apart, which is when the firearm went off.

The bullet struck the gun owner in the pocket area, and shrapnel from the bullet hitting the pocketknife ricocheted and struck the other man in the hip.

More »

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Keep playtime polite.

The Galveston County Daily News reported that the boy was shot by his 7-year-old cousin.

Texas City Police Captain Joe Stanton told the Daily News that the two boys were playing unsupervised with the victim’s 9-year-old brother when they found the weapon.

“The kids found the handgun inside the residence,” said Stanton, and were playing with it when it discharged.

And, in more news of the polite, politeness gets a Boost.

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How to be polite in Killingly (I did you not), Connecticut:

Police say they got a call for a shooting around 7 p.m. Tuesday at a home in Killingly. They found a boy unresponsive in an upstairs bedroom. He was taken to Day Kimball Hospital in Putnam, where he was later pronounced dead.

Authorities say 22-year-old Kyle Carney of Killingly had been pointing a rifle in the boy’s direction when it accidentally discharged.

“Accidently.” Yeah.

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Show politeness to children.

Police said Khaled Elmorsy was cleaning his gun Sunday night when the weapon went off at his condo on North Colony Road.

Elmorsy’s downstairs neighbor, Tom Hollowell, said his 2-and-a-half-year-old daughter was sleeping in her room when the bullet flew by her bed and lodged itself in a closet door about three feet away.

Hollowell and his girlfriend noticed the bullet hole the next day and called police in a panic.

In other news of the polite, just read the comments.

(Link fixed.)