Another Bloody Saturday

1/21/2008:

Last week, it was multiple street fights.

This week, it’s “A man with a machete and a gun” near 310 Marshall Drive (the projects)

At first it was just called in as above, then progressed into “a stabbing.” Apparently two actors had assaulted and cut a man very badly in the arm (“lost a LOT of blood”).

They currently have not found the two actors, and supposedly they’ve fled northbound towards 4th street.

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beamrider9
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beamrider9

[quote comment=”63495″]regarding school shootings; you see all the 1st person shooter video games this kids have been playing since they could press a button and you see the “spree” type attacks that have been happening and it seems too similiar. these kids don’t have fist fights by the bike racks after the bell, they go on a rampage similiar to what the have seen in their bedrooms for the last 5yrs.[/quote]

Yes, violent video games are turning our youth into soulless killing machines! I knew it! Curse those video game publishers and their pro-violence agenda, pushing violent games on kids who only wish to dream of daisies and buttercups all day long. Back in *my* day, we spent our time throwing sticks at trees, and look how wonderfully we all turned out!

Gotta love the blame game.

strand tramp
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strand tramp

regarding school shootings; you see all the 1st person shooter video games this kids have been playing since they could press a button and you see the “spree” type attacks that have been happening and it seems too similiar. these kids don’t have fist fights by the bike racks after the bell, they go on a rampage similiar to what the have seen in their bedrooms for the last 5yrs. add in the dysfunctional atmosphere the “parents” and the “teachers” provide and i’m surprised there isn’t more of this.

emarche
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We sure are. Why, I think of all the times I could’ve run through the halls of my high school with either of my shotguns or my rifle, or knifed someone in the head for looking at me funny…or wearing the ‘wrong’ colors. And it really burns me up that instead I decided to work hard, go to an incredible university and become a productive member of society. What was I thinking? Better yet…what the hell were my parents thinking? All that time they spent being involved in my upbringing…giving me encouragement…those assholes!

Katie_Scarlett
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I think that (and I have no time to look for stats) those white kids danzig posted about were from suburbia… and white suburban kids are as crazy as inner-city projects kids (who happen to be mostly minority).

Both groups are bored out of their skulls, hence the violence.

nyrangersfan19
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nyrangersfan19

[quote comment=”63466″]

Plus, the Rangers suck [/quote]

Now that is just completely out of line! I can’t believe 411 would post this kind of filth on the site. Children might be reading this, Sir!

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