Our first, and apparently only line of defense against school shooters.

By |2019-05-12T08:41:10-08:00May 12th, 2019|Categories: Comics|Tags: |4 Comments

How high do these student bodies have to stack before somebody decides that is enough and does something to protect them?

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  1. Anonymous May 12, 2019 at 7:36 pm


    “If you had suggested to anyone behind me or in this room that, within 20 years in 20 miles, we would have dealt with Columbine, the Aurora theater, Arapahoe High School, the shooting of Zack Parrish and four other deputies, we’d have thought you mad,” “And yet here we are again.” “The Census-designated Denver metropolitan statistical area has had more school shootings, per million people, than any of the country’s 24 other largest metro areas since 1999” “Colorado as a whole had the fifth-highest rate of mass shootings, by population, compared to the other 49 states and the District of Columbia, and the 10th-highest rate of school shootings.”

  2. Anonymous May 12, 2019 at 10:16 pm

    12 year old interviewed said he was ready to resist with a baseball bat. That is the low our country has reached.

    Meanwhile the NRA is $24 MILLION dollars in debt and the IRS is looking to revoke their tax free status.

  3. Beaglemom May 15, 2019 at 6:30 am

    And, in each of the most recent mass or attempted mass, shootings, the person who intervened to protect others was killed. In the North Carolina instance, students were advised to shelter, get out of harm’s way, and to “fight.” Well, the “fight” part meant that a student was murdered. Was that really good advice on the part of the institution?

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