Play politely.

The shooting happened in the 7600 block of SE 121st Place in Belleview, deputies said.

The teen told deputies he and the 14-year-old were “playing around” with guns.

The older teen “stated the victim was pointing a .20 gauge shotgun at him” at which time the older teen “picked up a 9mm handgun, pointed it at the victim and accidentally fired the gun,” the Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.

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Politeness is essential to marital bliss.

Both Snyder and his wife told police at the scene that he had been cleaning his .40-caliber Glock handgun when it accidentally went off, police said.

(snip)

The investigation determined that Snyder and his wife were not cleaning the gun when it discharged. Instead, Snyder was demonstrating to her how to properly load the weapon when it discharged. The bullet struck her in the lower abdomen and exited out her upper thigh, police said.

. . . bringing new meaning to the term, “lying together.”

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He left out the part about “violence with guns” being inherent to white culture. There is no NRACP.

In defending himself, he doth protest loudly that he has no prejudice because of course he doesn’t.

Also, pigs, wings.

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Nap politely.

Patrick Sanders, 20, was sleeping on the couch when the gun slipped out of his pants on to the floor in the incident that took place on Saturday in a Houston apartment.

The child then handled the gun and Sanders tried to grab it from the toddler, police said.

“At that time, the gun went off and Sanders was shot in the face. The child was not injured,” Houston Police said in a statement.

Via Juanita Jean.

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The other day, I was in line at a checkout behind an old white man–older than me–wearing a “Tell Congress that Guns Save Lives” tee shirt.

The back of the tee shirt proclaimed that

The reign of hate and fear ends on January 20, 2017.

Not wanting a confrontation and not knowing whether or not he was packing, I refrained from pointing out that the “hate and fear” were his and no one else’s.

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Hunters seem to have found their red October.

A 12 year old girl was shot around 7 o’clock Monday morning on Van Scoyoc Hollow Road in Snyder Township, Blair County. State Police and the Pennsylvania Game Commission are investigating this shooting as a possible hunting accident. No details are being released on the condition of the girl at this time.

And, in more news of the polite . . . .

Addendum:

She did it to herself:

Police aren’t releasing the name of the girl who authorities first believed had been shot outside her home Monday as she left for school about 7 a.m. That prompted the Pennsylvania Game Commission to investigate whether the girl might have been wounded by a hunter’s stray bullet.

But police now say the girl had grabbed the rifle and was returning it to a safe when it fell and discharged in her Snyder Township home.

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Drive politely.

Police in Oakland say a 30-year-old woman was shot to death during a possible road-rage confrontation.

Officer Johnna Watson says Perla Avina was riding in a Toyota Camry Sunday afternoon in the city’s Brookfield Village neighborhood when someone in another car shot her in the face.

If every driver were armed, no doubt events of this nature would not occur.

Also, pigs, wings.

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If you must unload on those around you, do so politely.

A 56-year-old man is in serious condition after accidentally being shot in the abdomen Sunday morning while hunting with three or four others in the Brown’s Gulch Road area north of Butte, authorities said.

Sheriff Ed Lester said another person was unloading a hunting rifle when it accidentally discharged and hit the man in the abdomen. Police were called at 10:29 a.m.

Am I the only person who’s ever heard of something called “a safety,” not to mention something called just plain “safety“?

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Teach the young to be polite.

A student opened fire in the cafeteria of Marysville Pilchuck High School late Friday morning, killing another student and wounding four others before killing himself.

Addendum, a Little Bit Later:

In more news of the polite . . .

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24 October 2014 · Comments Off · Categories: Gunnuttery

A clean society is a polite society:

Atlantic Medivac and local authorities were sent to 803 Cedar Street shortly before 7:30 p.m. Upon arrival, authorities discovered 26-year-old Jarred Johnson of Kimballton with a gunshot wound in the lower left leg. An investigation determined Johnson was cleaning his weapon when it accidentally discharged.

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23 October 2014 · Comments Off · Categories: Gunnuttery

Politeness is next to cleanliness.

Witnesses state that Hambaugh was sitting in the kitchen, preparing to clean his handgun.

When Hambaugh attempted to disassemble the gun a round had inadvertently been left in the handgun.

As he attempted to remove the slide, the bullet discharged.

It struck the inside of Hambaugh’s left thigh, traveled through the thigh, and after exiting struck the (nine-month-old–ed.) child in the head.

Note how “he had negligently left a round” morphs into “a round had inadvertently been left,” as gun nuts are never responsible for what they do because they have Second Amendment rights–just ask them.

If you read such reports regularly, you will see this pattern: Gun nuts who negligently inadvertently injure or kill others always do so in the passive voice.

The stupid, it burns.

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23 October 2014 · Comments Off · Categories: Gunnuttery

The ammosexuals were out in force at our recent City Council Meeting (link complete with picture of one wannabe Wyatt’s personal Real-Big-Man enhancement device).

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22 October 2014 · Comments Off · Categories: Gunnuttery

Be polite in school.

A 13-year-old student accidentally shot himself in the leg with a gun he brought to school in his backpack, according to police.

More guns will no doubt prevent incidents like this in the future.

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21 October 2014 · Comments Off · Categories: Gunnuttery

Play your beer pong avec politesse.

According to the Liberty County Sherriff’s Office, investigators are searching for two men who allegedly shot up the party after losing at the beer pong table. Deputies identified the suspects as Decoris “Red” Rucker, 24, and Chris “Crazy Chris” Hackett.

I don’t know the rules of beer pong (I assume there are “rules”). And I don’t want to. It appears to be too stupid for words.

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20 October 2014 · Comments Off · Categories: Gunnuttery

Be polite to the competition.

State police said Tyler Glenn Peters, of Kittanning, was wounded in the left upper thigh when another shooter’s rifle accidentally discharged while the shooters were putting away their rifles after the competition. The incident occurred around 9 p.m. at the gun club in Boggs, Armstrong County.

Forget background checks. We need IQ tests for gun buyers.

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20 October 2014 · Comments Off · Categories: Gunnuttery

Colorado is being overrun by hunters for elk season.

“Wear extra orange,” big game hunting guide Jim Arnold said as he led a group of hunters into the woods of Summit County last week. “That’s what I tell my guys.”

I wonder how many of these folks will fill their freezers with elk meat and how many want to bag an elk just to prove that they are Real Big Men.

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20 October 2014 · Comments Off · Categories: Gunnuttery

Man pointing at silhouette representing one person dead from ebola and saying,

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19 October 2014 · Comments Off · Categories: Gunnuttery

. . . and a polite society does its laundry.

The woman, said to be in her 60s, picked up her husband’s pants and shook them at about 1:15 p.m., Sgt. Felipe Alicia said.

“He carries a firearm in his pants pocket and it fell out and went off,” Alicia said. “ … There are no signs of foul play or any signs of violence and we are classifying this as an accidental injury.”

Afterthought:

    Gunnuttery, n, from “gun”+”nut” (meaning someone with diminished mental capacity or ammosexual fetish) + the suffix “(t)ery” indicating “syndrome”: what happens when firearms meet stupid.

This man’s gunnuttery almost killed his wife. “Almost” is a better outcome than gunnuttery usually produces.

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18 October 2014 · Comments Off · Categories: Gunnuttery

Play with your toys, politely.

Habersham County authorities said a 25-year-old man died Thursday after he accidentally shot himself Wednesday night as he was playing with a .38 revolver.

Authorities say he didn’t know the gun was loaded. No word on whether he was.

And, in more news of the heeled . . . .

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