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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by willie_pete, Jul 21, 2019.
Polish Roulette isn't very popular because the games are so short.
I wonder how many people fooling around with their gun and kill themselves have their cause of death ruled a suicide. No way to know but I bet it happens more than people would think.
And whether they can be prosecuted for naming a kid "Carrevious." At least he'll fit in perfectly with all the Afro-romanesque names in prison. Probably get a cellmate named Shawntavius.
Gotta ditch slave named in favor of made up names based upon the society with the most slaves in recorded history, Ancient Rome.
I think Glocktavius would make a fine name.
I actually Googled to see if that had been used already - surprised I couldn't find a Facebook account for Glocktavius Jones or the like.
Technically, it's not being named Carrevious that makes you certain to grow up a criminal. It's being raised by the kind of people who would name a baby Carrevious that does it.
Of course there wasn't...that area is Section-8 housing...let's sum this up:
1. 1:30 a/m
2. 3 teens unsupervised
3. 18 yr old with a firearm
what could possibly go wrong?
And as an end note; the shooter is 18...oopsie...you are going to take the full-ride...sad, all around...
Yup...when you name your son like that, you basically limit him to two career options:
1. Football player
I have a hard time feeling empathy for people who do stupid crap like this.
I had an employer when she saw one of these assclown names on a resume, it went right in the trash.
are they from Florida ?
You would think, but no - Tennessee.
Worked a bank robbery years ago where the bad guy cocked the revolver during the robbery. When we caught him a couple of weeks later, he said he didn't know how to decock it so he fired it into ground during his getaway through a high end residential area. He didn't know anything about guns, it's a wonder he didn't accidentally shoot someone in the bank.
I hoped it was Florida, but feared that it was Tennessee
Being as the dog came out from under the bed, I guess me giving a notion that gladly it wasn't a waterbed pretty much is moot at this point.
There is a third option if he is really tall.
It wasn't - but
---- I'm not sure that the bed being a waterbed would have "slowed down" the shooter.