Daily Archives: October 2, 2015

Here’s the Perp.


Here’s the Prez.

And Here’s the Truly Baroque Skinny


A post on the Centerstage Theater at UCC’s Facebook page Wednesday night lists a Chris Harper-Mercer as a production assistant in an upcoming show.[“Blithe Spirit”] It’s not clear whether that is the same person as the shooter. The theater is affiliated with the school.


a fortiori –Mercer par lui-meme

The material world is a lie. For so long we have been taught that what’s important in life is to buy this and have that. To always have the latest fashion, biggest tv, fanciest car, nicest house, and blah,blah, blah. Well, the truth is we’ve become so attached to these things, our spiritual development has been halted. Just like they say in fight club “We become owned by the things we own”. Most people will spend hours standing in front of stores just to buy a new iphone. Those same people will complain about how they don’t have enough money but will always have money to spend on apple products. This attachment produces so much of the stress and worrying in the world today. I used to be like that, always concerned about what clothes I had, rather than whether or not I was happy. But not anymore. Since then I have learned the truth that such attachments are falsehoods and will only bring misery.This is my first blog post, there will be more to come.

And in the Cyber-material World, the Perp got help.

“I suggest you enter a classroom and tell people that you will take them as hostages. Make everyone get in one corner and then open fire.
Make sure that there is no way that someone can disarm you as it is possible. I suggest you carry a knife on your belt as last resort if someone is holding your gun.”

“You might want to target a girls school which is safer because there are no beta males throwing themselves for their rescue.
Do not use a shotgun. I would suggest a powerful assault rifle and a pistol or 2x pistols. Possibly the type of pistols who have 15+ ammo”

Meanwhile Wayne LaPierre


has been raking in the dough

The Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Connecticut almost three years ago did nothing to restrict access to guns, as the students of Umpqua Community College in Oregon learned to their cost yesterday.
But it did a huge amount for the National Rifle Association.
As the rest of America mourns yet another murderous gun spree on campus, a review of financial filings shows just how far the mammoth gun organization has been able to cash in, big time, on the fallout that followed Sandy Hook in December 2012.

Membership dues jumped as supporters rallied to the cause. So did profits. And executive pay ran into the millions. Not bad for a charity that is exempt from taxes.
Yesterday’s college slaughter in Oregon, which left at least 10 dead, was the 142nd shooting incident in a school or college since Sandy Hook. As there have been only over 1,000 days during that period, this means there’s been a shooting in an American school or college about once a week. In most of those, at least one person was injured, and in about one incident a month, at least one person was killed.
So can we all stop claiming we’re “shocked” when it happens yet again? A murderous rampage on an American school or college campus happens about as often as you get a bill from your mortgage lender.

Here’s an NRA supporter who voted against gun laws. He’s the Police official in charge of dealing with the massacre.


He hasn’t brought this up lately but he doesn’t have to. Besides he has the dead to speak for him.

Never forget –

So today’s Massacre Victim may be Tomorrow’s Lunch.

Cue Sondheim