Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Teen dies because Ammosexuals do not understand gravity.

Courtesy of Fox 47 News:  

Nearly a week after being struck in the head with a bullet that fell out of the sky in Hammond, Indiana, 13-year-old Noah Inman died this weekend, the Hammond Police Department announced on Sunday. 

According to the Hammond Police, the boy was outside playing basketball with a group of children around 9:30 p.m. July 1 when he suddenly fell. Witnesses believed the boy was having a seizure and immediately called for an ambulance. 

At the hospital, doctors found the boy was struck from a falling bullet. 

"The Hammond Police Department would like to offer our heartfelt condolences to the Inman family. We wish you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts," Hammond Police Chief John Doughty said. "Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow. When reason fails, pray for peace. We will be praying with you." 

It is believed that the gunfire came as part of a pre-July 4 weekend celebration.

I don't know, maybe it's just me, but shouldn't there be at the very least some education about the idea that "what goes up must come down" before allowing some nimrod to buy a gun?

Where do these knuckle draggers think the bullet goes after being fired into the air?

Oh that's right, into an unsuspecting teenager's skull. 


  1. Anonymous5:06 AM

    I have a 2nd Amendment nut job coworker who doesn't believe falling bullets can cause any harm. I suggested he but his kids a nice game of lawn darts.

    1. Anonymous4:01 PM

      Everyone should take physics.

      vf**2 = vi**2 + 2ax
      x = 0
      so vf = vi

  2. This used to be a big problem in Miami in years past. Haven't heard of any fatalities for some years. Gun-obsessed "Crazy Cubans" dying out.

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  4. Anonymous7:17 AM

    That police dept should STFU about prayers and peace and 1) investigate 2) work toward gun better control laws.

  5. Anonymous10:11 AM

    A careful and responsible hunter's bullet missed it's intended target and traveled nearly a mile, passed through an exterior house wall, and killed the homeowner as he slept. True story. It was years ago but I still remember feeling chilled as all my animals were in easily pierced metal barns or on pasture and I was in an old wooden house. My sympathies to the young man's family. I don't think we'll ever be rid of guns, or stupid gun owners, save for a regime that ignores any or all of our rights and pries guns out of a lot of dead hands, and goes after the manufacturers and importers and black market sellers. The gun owners are just small change.

  6. They think they go into orbit and burn up on re-entry.

    No kidding.


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