HEADLINE – 2 ACCIDENTALLY SHOT AT GUN SHOW

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Bought a gun at a gun show without a background check.

WACO, Texas – 2 people were injured at a gun show, completely baffling gun rights activists.

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Confused redneck

Inbred redneck gun owner contemplating the causes of gun violence.

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“It is a complete mystery to me how on earth these two people could be accidentally shot a gun show,” said Skip Henderson, gun enthusiast, misogynist, homophobe, racist and sociopath.

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Skip Anderson can buy this gun at a gun show without a background check.

Skip Anderson can buy this gun at a gun show without a background check.

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At gun shows Americans – or anyone – can purchase automatic weapons without any background check being conducted.

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“Hello, my name is Joe, and that is my real name.  It is not a made up name.  I am Joe.  And I am interested in purchasing your AK-47 in a cash transaction.  Oooo! are those high-capacity   ammunition magazine clips I see in that bag?”

“Hello, my name is Joe, and that is my real name. It is not a made up name. I am Joe. And I am interested in purchasing your AK-47 in a cash transaction. Oooo! Are those high-capacity ammunition magazine clips I see in that bag?”

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 “I bet Obama snuck in here and shot those 2 people to make gun owners look bad so that he and his Negro Army can come and take away our guns” Henderson said.

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Sneaky Obama

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“Guns are not responsible for these injuries and it is completely irresponsible to imply that guns have any connection to gun violence whatsoever anywhere in the world especially at a gun show,”  said Tripp Wightman, a gun rights activist,”doomsday prepper” and paranoid schizophrenic who buys guns at gun shows without any background checks and makes methane from his own excrement.

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Mentally unfit to purchase a gun, but passed a background check because no court had ever declared him mentally unfit. So, like hundreds of thousands of people who should not ever own a gun, he was allowed to purchase one. And then he went to a political rally.

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“I will shoot anyone in the head multiple times using a semi automatic weapon with a fucking huge ammo clip,” Wightman said.  “I’m sorry, I lost my train of thought.  Oh yeah, the point I am trying to make is to make it very clear that I will shoot and kill anyone who argues that gun violence – the epidemic of gun violence that is sweeping across our nation and tearing apart the fabric of our society.  Hell, it happened again. I totally lost my train of thought.”

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He purchased two hand guns, a shot gun, and a semi automatic rifle and passed all three background checks. No court had ever declared him mentally unfit. Consequently he was not in the federal database that is used to perform background checks of people buying guns.
After purchasing these guns, he went to the cinema.

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“Where was I?  Oh yeah, I will brutally murder anyone who so much as implies that guns have anything to do with gun violence or attempts in any way to improve mental health care or background checks to prevent someone like me from buying all the guns I want.  And then I will mutilate their bodies.  And if possible, I will sell the body parts – including fluids – to raise money so I can buy more guns.  That is how much I love America.  That is how much I love the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution that protects my rights to own and use weapons that are designed to kill people. Lots and lots of people.  Lots and lots of smelly, anti-American sinners who are building socialist agnostic, atheist, and Catholic robots that steal my luggage, violate my rights and infringe on my personal freedoms,”  said Wightman.

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He bought this gun at a gun show without a background check. And now he is watching your children walk to school.

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“No one loves America more than me.  Or guns,” said Wightman.  “Did I tell you that I make methane from my own poop?  I do it to stop the government from reading my thoughts.”

“The only option I will consider to remedy what is arguably an epidemic of gun related deaths in the United States is  what the NRA proposed, and that is posting armed guards in every school in the country.  But I do not want any taxpayer money to pay for it.  I want these armed guards to be volunteers.”

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Eager to volunteer.

Eager to volunteer.

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 “In other words, people like me,” Wightman concluded before adjusting the aluminum foil cap covering his head.

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Gun owners are willing to kill in order to maintain unrestrained access to assault weapons and the lack of background checks for those buying automatic weapons.

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UPDATE: subsequent to the posting of this story,  5 additional people were accidentally shot at gun shows in the United States.

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25 Responses to “HEADLINE – 2 ACCIDENTALLY SHOT AT GUN SHOW”

  1. Paul, Paul, Paul. As a lawyer you should know the importance of getting your facts straight. There were FIVE (5) people accidentally shot at gun shows on Gun Appreciation Day – at least that’s all that have been reported so far.

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  2. After all, some may have been too embarrassed to report it while others may not have noticed yet, due to their less efficient nervous systems.

    No doubt you saw the legitimate protester at a J C Penny’s involving an unloaded AR-15 strapped to his back, to defend against “criminals, cartels, drug lords” and other “evil men.” Perhaps you could explain to an ignorant Australian how this would work?
    If a panicky shopkeeper pulled out a shotgun or Saturday Night Special and shot the heavily armed Mr Kelly, would he be within his rights under “Stand Your Ground” laws? Or if a passing Drug Lord thought “Egad, what a nice AR-15. I must possess it!”, what would stop him from shooting Mr Kelly in the back and taking both the rifle and the Glock?
    It seems to me that Mr Kelly and his ilk must form armed bands (militias if you will) and do their shopping with men on point and rear guard to protect against the theft of their weapons by gang members. Also, an unloaded weapon is clearly useless so they’d better have them loaded and cocked at all times, while scanning passers-by for signs they may be “evil men”. Of course the passers-by will also be exercising their constitutional rights to form heavily armed bands of shoppers or, for example, to go to the bank.

    I cannot see how these trends can do aught but benefit your once-great nation and I look forward with interest to the results of your latest noble social experiment.

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  3. “I cannot see how these trends can do aught but benefit your once-great nation and I look forward with interest to the results of your latest noble social experiment.”

    I sense your sincere good wishes, Greg, but there is a part of me that suspects you are laughing at us.

    Not that I blame you, of course.

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  4. But isn’t that the normal frequency of gun injury in US? It’s nothing unusual is it?

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  5. Michael – are you talking about the graph or are you talking about the number of people killed or injured while attending gun shows? Or are you simply being facetious in that charming Antipodean way?

    [Incidentally, (as I think you know) I am using DragonDictate to do a lot of my writing these days. Compared with my former keyboard prowess, dictation and subsequent correction is painstakingly and abrogating way slow. Although the program often disappoints me (inexplicable spelling, punctuation and grammar errors, and limits on editing functions) it often utterly surprises me. For example, even though it often cannot understand my voice for the simplest words, it nevertheless understood and properly spelled “antipodean.”]

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  6. Big laughs. Real funny. Violence is justified to defend the Constitution. The enemies of the Constitution aren’t armed.

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  7. I did laugh while reading this although I’m not sure that’s what you intended.

    I think it might be a psychological defence mechanism … or perhaps I’m as crazy as they are but just not as heavily armed.

    I have nail scissors. And I’m prepared to use them …

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  8. I will defend to the death your right to have nail scissors, my dear. If nail scissors existed in the days of the American Revolutionary War, surely the American founding fathers would have inserted into the Constitution an inalienable and unrestricted right to wield nail scissors as part of maintaining a militia.

    Got to have trimmed nails to effectively load, aim and shoot a musket at a pommy bastard Redcoat. And, in a more modern context, well-manicured fingernails are a plus when attaching a high-volume ammunition magazine to an automatic weapon and then killing a bunch of children in a school. Or a bunch of people in a movie theater. Or a bunch of people in a Hindu temple in Wisconsin. Whatever. The point is that proper fingernail hygiene is arguably essential to the free exercise of the right to bear arms in these United States and anyone arguing in favor of a statute or regulation that in any way inhibit that right should be threatened with violence. That is the American way.

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  9. Paul, why do you hate freedom?

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  10. Paul Nicholas Boylan Says:

    Because freedom here means the right to be free from responsibility for the consequences of personal stupidity and intentional ignorance. That version o freedom is uniquely American.

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  11. Clearly not enough gun related deaths at guns shows.

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  12. We can’t be far behind then Paul. Abrogation of personal responsibility is fast becoming a national sport hereabouts.

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  13. Perhaps it is cultural, then. Here, we approach sport in the same manner we approach automatic weapons – i.e., as neurotic obsessions.

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  14. You were of course correct PNB, as ever. I was tongue in cheek. Also I discovered on the US Gun Appreciation Day! it sounds like it’s been a phenomenal success.

    •In Raleigh, NC, three people, including a sheriff’s deputy, were wounded when a shotgun gun accidentally discharged at the show’s safety check-in booth.
    •In Medina, OH, a gun dealer was checking out a semi-automatic pistol he had just bought shooting an old friend if his in the leg and arm.
    •In Indianapolis, IN, a man was loading .45 he had just purchased when ha accidentally shot himself in the hand.
    •In Tupelo, MI, an accidental discharge grazed one man and injured a four year-old child with bullet fragments after hitting a wall.
    •In Marietta, GA, an man was shot in the ankle by a friend who was showing it to a third person.

    Stay Safe PNB.

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  18. Mark Johnson Says:

    I just purchased an ar 15 with a bump fire stock for my first gun today I think you just jelly.

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  19. greybeard3 Says:

    Hey Mark, just remember it’s no use to you if you can’t reach it. If you get taken down by some bad guy while shopping or at the movies or the car wash, you’ll feel pretty stupid so make sure you carry that AR-15 with you at ALL times. Some people like to have a rack beside the bed so they can reach their piece at any time of night. Handy if you want to shoot a load at some homo invading your bedroom – know what I mean? It’s pretty easy to waterproof the AR-15 too, then you can take it into the shower with you without problems. Showers can be dangerous – I’ve seen Psycho sixteen times! Don’t know if you have kids and pick them up from school, but that’s a real important place to be carrying. Lots of shootings happen at schools so all the parents should be armed when they drop off and pick up their kids. Remember, you’re only safe when that gun is IN YOUR HANDS, READY TO FIRE. And that Paul? He just jelly.

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  20. paulboylan Says:

    Get off your high horse “Greybeard” (if that IS your real name). Mark has the God given right as an American to waste his money, endanger his family and friends, and plot to kill a human being with the hope that pretending it was self defense will keep him out of prison.

    Leave Mark alone! And, by all thing holy, don’t make him think. Inarticulate, uneducated white trash morons are their most dangerous when they try to think.

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  21. Paulboylan, if that’s indeed your name. I’m curious to better understand your blog. Its clear that you are no 2nd Amendment rights supporter, which BTW is fine. Your above comment caught my eye where you wrote… “Leave Mark alone! And, by all thing holy, don’t make him think. Inarticulate, uneducated white trash morons are their most dangerous when they try to think.”

    My question is, is this your definition of someone who in fact is “uneducated white trash,” or is this how you’d describe the American gun owner?

    Thank you

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  22. paulboylan Says:

    First of all, it is not my real name. My real name, coincidentally, is Nigel Covington. Quite seriously. I find it mystifying that you use the same name.

    But I am also an American, and that means I often seem to contradict myself and appear to be a hypocrite.

    For example. I believe in the right of every American to bear arms, as the Second Amendment implies (it is an implication because, on its face, the Second Amendment only applies to the right of the People to maintain militias). However, I believe that narticulate, uneducated white trash morons are the most dangerous of gun owners and the most likely to accidentally kill – directly or indirectly – a family member or a neighbor. Not all American gun owners are uneducated white trash. Most are educated, intelligent and responsible. But for some reason, gun rights advocacy groups champion the rights of the mentally feeble and emotionally damaged to easily obtain the ability to kill. That is not the view of the majority of American gun owners.

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  23. Thank you Paul for having clarified this for me. Considering the number of gun owners in this country I’d say your blog is consistent with today’s mainstream media. When your average gun owner is involved in an accidental discharge and someone is injured or killed its news. But when the same accident occurs involving some low-life white trash gun owner its a much larger news event.

    I’d say these examples of retards with guns is great for its intended purpose to create the image of all gun owners being like the fat backwater hillbilly pictured above proudly sporting his modified Uzi for the photo op and who you claim watches people’s children walking to school.

    While you are certainly entitled to your beliefs I have found this method of portraying gun owners as primitives has been used for so long by mainstream media and other anti-gunners today that it has lost the effectiveness it had 10 years ago.

    Likewise anyone could make the argument to require background checks (which I have no problem with) for anyone buying a toaster. Toasters kill, and in the hands of some moron are very dangerous indeed.

    Targeting law abiding people because they own a gun(s) and the effort to make a connection between those people and street crime and gun violence is a fail.

    Cracking down on responsible law abiding people will not put a dent in the real problem which is violent crime. Its too bad that people spend so much time pushing the image of a stereotypical gun owner as a heavily armed caveman when that time and energy would be better focused on methods to reduce violent crime and to get the guns off the streets and out of the hands of violent criminals.

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  24. Jessica Heinritz

    WACO, Texas – 2 people were injured at a gun show, completely baffling gun rights activists. . . “It is a complete mystery to me how on earth these two people could be accidentally shot a gun show,” said Skip Henderson, gun enthusiast, misogynist,…

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