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andyd12345 10:36 Wed Mar 13
Dunblane Massacre
23 years ago today. An inconceivable tragedy.

Has there ever been a worse crime than someone going into a school and opening fire on a gymnasium full of innocent 5 years doing PE? This is as bad as it gets as far as I’m concerned

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normannomates 4:59 Fri Mar 15
Re: Dunblane Massacre
FUCK THE PADDIES
FUCK THE MUZZIES
FUCK EM ALL

WE ARE MILLWALL

normannomates 4:57 Fri Mar 15
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Good lad

East Auckland Hammer 4:44 Fri Mar 15
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Some psychos have just gone in and shot-up a couple of mosques down here in Christchurch.

Pretty saddening really.

Chigwell 4:41 Fri Mar 15
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A terrible and rare event here, but in the USA it's become par for the course.

Claret Badger 1:31 Fri Mar 15
Re: Dunblane Massacre
PORT ARTHUR MASSACRE

jooliandix 10:34 Thu Mar 14
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The bloke who owned the only florists shop in Dunblane thought he’d won the pools.

Russ of the BML 10:31 Thu Mar 14
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Mex Martillo 12:15 Thu Mar 14

Yeah, these things do remain a stain in the name of a place. When I see or hear Hungerford all I think of is Michael Ryan. When you put Hungerford in the internet the first things that comes is "Hungerford Massacre".

I remember it as a kid and not affecting me too much but I do recall sitting there trying to imagine what must be going on with a man when he strolls through a village just killing people with such ease.

Mex Martillo 12:15 Thu Mar 14
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I was living in Stirling at the time. I remember the traffic jam outside my work of people trying to get back to Dunblane to find out what had happened and if their kids were ok. Does not bare thinking about. I cannot hear Dunblane with out thinking about it. Shame as it is a nice village where I also lived for a year before this happened.

VirginiaHam 11:38 Wed Mar 13
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*Freedoms*

Nothing Britain or any in Europe talk about, but maybe that's because they are not getting blasted to death by legal weaponry.

Mike Oxsaw 6:24 Wed Mar 13
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VirginiaHam 5:49 Wed Mar 13

Which clearly makes it a price the democratic US of A is fully prepared to pay for the "freedoms" it has enshrined in it's deceleration of independence.

"My kids right to live vs your right to shoot my kid very dead." Yeah - can see the attraction there. If you make and sell guns for a living, that is. Can always knock out another brat.

VirginiaHam 5:49 Wed Mar 13
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Happens regularly in the US.

Westside 5:12 Wed Mar 13
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This horrific incident changed UK gun laws and rightly so.

Could have been avoided, if ownership of handguns was banned after Hungerford. Assault rifles were banned post Hungerford, even though Michael Ryan killed more people with a handgun,than an assault rifle, that day. Took the Dunblane massacre, for handguns (with a very few exceptions) to be banned in the UK.

Bad enough nonces, knife wielding thugs around schools, but at least no gun massacres. The yanks could learn something,from our gun laws. Not that they ever will.

Mike Oxsaw 4:59 Wed Mar 13
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Far Cough 4:11 Wed Mar 13

There's some sort of a "disconnect" somewhere in the minds of the people who carry these things out.

I'm almost convinced that such events are triggered very early on in a person's growth - and I think it will get worse.

I think that it's something as simple as a child being ignored/ridiculed by a father-figure (may or may not be a parent) very early on - even before they can speak. That rejection just builds over the years.

And it will get worse. For the past few years, almost everybody I've seen "in charge" of (presumably) their kids has shown more interest in their mobile phone.

Tick, fucking, Tock - as another poster on here was habitually posting.

Far Cough 4:11 Wed Mar 13
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On another note:

Brazil school shooting: Fatal attack in Sao Paulo

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-47558141

Mike Oxsaw 2:26 Wed Mar 13
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A low - if not the lowest point in the countries recent history, although a few would argue that voting to leave the EU, or having a different socio-political view to them is far worse.

To be quite honest, even this far on, I have trouble getting my head around the event - and I've seen a lot (LOT) of shit* in my lifetime.





* - To save you the trouble, I've typed a lot, too, so please don't try and make this a thread about me.

Russ of the BML 1:00 Wed Mar 13
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Yeah, awful. And as cheezy said only Beslen comes to mind. People shooting and blowing up kids while there mothers were outside hearing the shooting and explosions. Fucking hell, no words for that.

ChillTheKeel 12:48 Wed Mar 13
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Curse you auto correct.

Mr Anon 12:35 Wed Mar 13
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celebrate?

ChillTheKeel 12:07 Wed Mar 13
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Rubbish age to celebrate.

lab 12:06 Wed Mar 13
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Oops.

Cheezey Bell-End 12:03 Wed Mar 13
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Hungerford was in about 1986.

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