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    Gunco Addicted for life j427x's Avatar
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    Default ticking time bombs--

    in light of the more recent mass murders, the media seems to want to ignore the plain and simple FACT that there are millions and millions of very unstable people out in our world and millions more violent offenders released early.

    they were put on the streets by government policy. then snowed/subdued with chemical straight jackets--


    during "Katrina" many of these very unstable mental cases ran out of their meds due to the system being down for the storm. these people off their medications went on a crime spree that defies description to this day.

    worst case scenario is-- a government/system failure on or near the end of the month when these mental cases are low or about to run out of medications.

    at best when these people run out of meds-- three days to one week and their going to be going off the wall--


    some who over took their meds or lost wasted them and ran short --are going nutz in 24 hours --

    now we have just seen what kind of disaster ONE NUT can make --what is it going to be like when tens of thousannds of them are suddenly off their meds for an extended time???

    another thing to think about when the government fails---

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    THE MEDIAS SPOON FEEDING OF EMOTIONS IS ONLY GOING TO FIRE UP MORE MENTALY ILL PEOPLE . THE MOR ETHYE RPORT THIS CRAP THE MORE SOME NUT TRIES T OUT DO THE LAST SHOOTER. MONKEY SEE MONKEY DO

    I ALSO CAN T HELP BUT THINK ABOUT TERRORISTS CROUPS LEARNING HOW TO HURT THIS COUNTRY AN AFFECT IS LAWS. THINK WHAT A DOZEN TRAINED TERRORISTS COULD DO IN OUR SCHOOLS OR THEATERS

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