Columbine: Then and now

I got over 1,300 hits yesterday for obvious reasons and only one good piece of hate mail. Come on mutants. You’re slacking off.

Anyway I want to go over one of the articles I posted yesterday…

The Depressive and the Psychopath:

This is a great article which goes with my theory that the alleged “bullying” had nothing to do with the shooting. The FBI team concluded that Harris was a psychopath and Klebold was a sycophant. Now I do not condone bullying in any way shape or form but how come we never hear any of the bullies’ names? We hear how they were supposed bullied but we never hear the names of the bullies. According to the article, the aftermath of Columbine would have been considered a failure in Harris’ and Klebold’s eyes. So they were in death as they were in life. Failures and cowards.

This one I saw yesterday but saved until today…

Iowa teen arrested after Columbine-style threat:

It turns out this mutant had no plans or weapons. It turns out he was a typical Harris and Klebold mutant. Just a punk who liked shooting his mouth off. When asked by his principal if he planned a school shooting he said…

“I don’t have to do things on the 20th. I can do them some other time.”

They locked his ass up after that. What gets me is this…

The shirt he wore to school last fall had pictures of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, who killed 12 classmates and a teacher before turning their guns on themselves, and the phrase: “Always Remembered.”

What gets me is that someone actually manufactured a t-shirt as reprehensible as that and is making money off of it and that his parents actually allowed him to wear that shirt. And to school no less. If parents just did their fucking jobs we wouldn’t have half the problems in school that we do now. These parents are just pathetic.

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