Yanno what I *don’t* wanna hear today?

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  1. The longer the media takes to mention his political affiliation the more convinced he’s left of center… right now I’m convinced he’s somewhere between Pol pot and Kim ju un.

    Comment by Gwillie's Phone — October 2, 2017 @ 7:03 pm

  2. I agree that ISIS taking credit is “lame”
    but it provides insight into their ghoulish mindset.

    Recon I can wait a bit to learn the true motivation of this psycho, as long as it’s considered a solo act. As far as I’m concerned, hatecrime=greedcrime=lazycrime=angrycrime=revengecrime=egocrime=crime.
    Psychocrime, stupidcrime, and errorcrime are a little different (hence, jury trials).

    Now, if this wasn’t the act of an isolated psycho, identifying motivation is critical, not for justice but for security planning.

    Comment by DougM and his raccoon platoon — October 2, 2017 @ 8:41 pm

  3. Y’know what I really fear, right now?
    Copycat

    Comment by DougM and his raccoon platoon — October 2, 2017 @ 9:01 pm

  4. Yanno what promotes a copycat?

    Hours upon hours of MSM aggrandizement; trumpeting his name, discussing his history, his bla bla bla, his mooootives. Like there could be a “motive” to justify anything like this!?!!

    Like there could be a “motive” to explain anything like this.

    What a great way to be immortalized, to get the MSM to tell everybody your damname, your “motives” etc.

    Their price? Blood.

    Comment by Claire: rebellious pink pig with car keys - and a *cause* — October 3, 2017 @ 5:55 am

  5. Some thoughts:

    Being an investor apparently made it easier for the Las Vegas assassin to gamble. Being a gambler made it easy for him to get the tools he needed for the job he planned to do. “He had explosives….” What kind? How much? So far, as of yesterday they found 7 pounds of ammonium nitrate (according to reports here.) That wouldn’t be enough to fertilize my lawn (I have a very small lawn,) and there’s no report as to how much fuel oil he had (isn’t that a necessary ingredient in making the “Oklahoma City”-type bomb the news heads are talking about?)

    What I’m seeing here is a well-planned assault by one capable individual. Now that it’s over, in all the reports of what happened prior to the first shot being fired no one has been able to prove that anything he did was against any of the current gun laws. Nearly 4 dozen guns have been recovered so far and not one was reported stolen, bought on the “black market” or illegally modified in any way. He was not a known felon, not a mental patient, and not a “prohibited person.”

    Changing laws to restrict ownership of guns or ammo, creating waiting periods for ownership, limiting magazine size, restricting where one might carry a gun, or what after-market additions one might choose to add to a gun, would have done little to stop this pathetic man, nor will it prevent the next one. All the detailed reporting on what he did and how he accomplished it will only serve as a blueprint for the next Yahoo who wants to make a reputation for himself.

    And now the news media has become the story. The on-the-street “experts” are interviewing the in-the-studio “experts” while they all stand aside to allow the celebrity “experts” have their say.

    And an aside to Fox News: did we really need the interview with Wayne Newton?

    Really?

    Comment by MikeAZ — October 4, 2017 @ 5:45 am

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