That's the common denominator. What normal person would kill another, especially children and innocent people.
Most people have never heard of the Bath School Incident that happened almost 100 years ago. And NO firearm was used! Yet 38 children killed, 6 adults and at least 58 injured.
People should get to the root cause...look for warning signs and nowadays social media. These people were all sick!
Here it is:
"The Bath School disaster, also known as the Bath School massacre, was a series of violent attacks perpetrated by Andrew Kehoe on May 18, 1927, in Bath Township, Michigan, United States. The attacks killed 38 elementary schoolchildren and 6 adults, and injured at least 58 other people. Prior to his timed explosives detonating at the Bath Consolidated School building, Kehoe had murdered his wife, Nellie Price Kehoe, and firebombed his farm. Arriving at the site of the school explosion, Kehoe died when he detonated explosives concealed in his truck."
if picked young and smaller, they are mild and juicy. I get a few woody ones but not too many.I absolutely love radishes cannot get enough of them
The problem starts at home with the family and is my opinion where we need to start
Well it is very safe, technology has vastly improved since the time of the "Three Mile Island" incident and the building of the facility. The same with Chernobyl.Watched the movie “Three Mile Island“ the other night, very scary. It seems like there are a number of nuclear power plants that have and/or had problems. And here I thought that nuclear power was very safe!
No I am not going to Lexington @Kyle_in_Tex
Wife and I are going to the local airport this weekend for the breakfast/fly in. The “Beach City Baby” is coming ”home” after a restoration. It sat for 24 years at another local airport before being bought and restored. I toured this airplane when I was 9 years old or so when it was “Ohio State 1” and was at the New Philadelphia airport when the governor was in town.
It has been restored to it’s WWII C-53 configuration and will be here all weekend. Oddly, I feel I need to do another tour
Funny wildlife day today, sitting out on the back steps this morning having my coffee and a fair size bobcat calmly walked past and started rolling around on the "lawn" for about a minute. I went and looked at the spot, it was a patch of catnip. never seen that before lol makes sense I guess.
Headed out a bit later for a grocery and beer run, a turkey launched itself from about 8ft up a roadside hill and skidded across the hood of my truck. It landed across the road and walked into the woods unharmed. That certainly woke me up.
They say it comes in threes, on the way home after a few more errands a beautiful red-tailed hawk swooped down, landed in the road and grabbed a chipmunk and took off. Fortunately saw it soon enough to hit the skids and stop. Don't really need any more cardio stimulation today .
Yeah ... think I might have overdid it just a bit yesterday ...Pictures and read you post I'm not surprise...your E Bunny.