Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Hudson, Dec 16, 2012.
UGH!!!!!!! BUT BRAVO QUENTIN!!!!
Jamie Foxx sure loves to run his yap. At least it's distracted him from yammering about being black for a short while.
WTF? No new "Family Guy" tonight...?
Oops. Tried to post something but it wouldn't embed. Ah well.
You just know the second it happened Michael Moore was on the phone to a studio exec for Bowling for Columbine 2 or something.
Bumper Bowling for Columbine
One of the kids killed in this tragedy was a distant relative of mine, and one of the teachers was a friend of my father.
Yet still I laughed like a Moonbat at this. Kudos LiddyRules
time for the 'stars' to lecture us dummies on life. and ofcourse bloomberg has to get his name out there bashing the nra. we get it mike
again, always pushing the agenda no matter what happens
I'm honestly surprised that Bloomy has not tried to blame this on sodas larger than 16 ounces.
Lol @ this reverend.
Most of the victims were white. Jamie Foxx should be happy for that. He was just trying to kill all the white people.
After finding American Dad cancelled for tonight, I find myself the truest victim of this tragedy.
I think it's funny that everyone always thinks that "now" (their current point in time) is the most violent time in history. Trends of violence have steadily declined for decades, even as every kid in America owns a copy of Call of Duty and GTA. Violent crime has been cut IN HALF since the early '90s, when violent video games were invented.
One would have a better argument by insisting that violent video games and movies have caused crime to decrease. One would probably be wrong to make that causal connection, but it makes much more sense, at least anecdotally, than denying the facts and insisting that violent content increases crime.
looking at you bloomberg