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To: upchuck

Since these guys were also guilty of robbing a 7-11 last night...which led to the chase by the police and resulted in the killing of Suspect #1. Why do news commentators keep asking...Why did they stay in the area? Well, since they had to rob a 7-11, obviously they don’t have any money. Probably no car, or enough for a ticket on a commercial vehicle to get out of there. Suspect#2 still at large, armed, and probably no way to leave the area.. Obviously desperate, dangerous, hungry and broke. I hope all store owners are well protected with their own firearms. Suspect #2 might be looking for snacks.


9 posted on 04/19/2013 4:02:56 AM PDT by CitizenM (Obama - The architect of the decline of the U.S.)
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I hope all store owners are well protected with their own firearms.

Unlikely. This is MA that is in a constant battle with NY for title of state with the largest percentage of citizens who hate guns and hate gun owners. I hope a few of the strident anti-gun aholes who live there are at least thinking as they cower in their homes "Maybe I should have a gun after all." But probable not.

True story. I went to a patriots day celebration in Lexington many years ago. I was near a vendor selling various toys including little toy flintlocks - we're talking a few inches. Some kid asked his mother to get him one, Not only did the b***h tell her kid no, but she proceded to scold the vendor for selling toy guns. I felt like punching her in the mouth myself. I can only imagine what the guy selling the toys felt like, but he pretty much ignored her. This woman to me represents the typical masshole.

15 posted on 04/19/2013 4:45:28 AM PDT by from occupied ga (Your government is your most dangerous enemy)
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