You're not alone. I've hunkered down quite considerably in the past few years.Call me a tad bit paranoid., but for some reason the past few yrs. as this world has gotten worse and worse., I been trying to skip events/cities/gatherings where there are large crowds(a.k.a.targets for terrorism foreign and domestic) of people. Trust me I know it sucks to have to filter that into my decision making on if I want to go to a sporting event or concert..etc...
Warm thoughts and best wishes to the deceased and thier families. So sad
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I feel like friends and family look at me stupid and think I'm a time foil head when I bring up possibilities of this happening at big events. If the event is something I've never done and really want to go then I probably will. But like sporting events and stuff i have seen live already 10 times or more I avoid. Seriously man. Good to know I'm not alone 3OT.!!!You're not alone. I've hunkered down quite considerably in the past few years.
Very true....and I'll go one step further by saying anti-depressants and guns don't mix either, and they're waaaaay over-prescribed here in the USA. IMO instead of the gov demonizing prescription narcotics and bringing the drug manufactures to court for that, they should focus on the anti-depressant abuse. I'm not saying that nobody needs them ever though. Just that their use is waaaay out of control, and is very likely a huge factor in most of the shootings which aren't Muslim jihad relatedMental illness and guns don't mix.
Im wondering what the agenda behind this is.... What bugs me.... Is swat was at this guys door in minutes... If anyone has been to Vegas there is noway you could make a drive to the hotel from a few blocks in minutes.. Yet along make it thru the casino and up 32 floors... Glad it only last a few minutes but doesn't make sense