Well all in all I think I’d rather do myself in rather than go on some crazy rampage. Divorce on the other hand makes ordinary normal people do insane things.
I understand the premise of your post- anger/frustration. In the end, self control is either there, or it isn’t, and if it’s gone, anarchy rules the day.
My ex wife and my ex friend blah blah blah and my ex in laws were complicit blah blah blah and my ex sister in law and her husband blah blah blah
I thought of some really diabolical and creative ways of torturing and in the end eliminating them, but the consequences weren’t something I wanted my name on, (especially) since I had a child to consider. Put another way, I was one disciplined individual.
Trust me when I say that I’ve been to the edge.
I was awarded custody of my son. Were I not to have been awarded custody, I may have acted foolishly.
I am being about as candid as I’ve ever been regarding this matter, which transpired over 30 years ago.
An orderly society cannot permit it’s citizens to extract revenge over perceived injustices, but it will also be hard pressed to prevent them 100% of the time.
The 2nd amendment exists for this explicit purpose.
Sounds like Dyess used an automatic with 4 shots to the face of one of his victims. I’m not condoning Dyess whatsoever, but know this, I have been just about as pissed off and angry. Scary. Tragic. Biblical. Satanic too.