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Old December 6th, 2007, 07:45 AM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
Markku Grönroos
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Default Massacre by firearms once again in the USA

Doesn't this idolizing of firearms ever cease in the USA. Even Beirut is a
safer place than the streets of the US towns. Now, at least nine people have
been shot to death by a madman. This seems to happen VERY often in the USA.

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Old December 6th, 2007, 12:30 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
Mike O'Sullivan
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Default Massacre by firearms once again in the USA

Markku Grönroos wrote:
Doesn't this idolizing of firearms ever cease in the USA. Even Beirut is
a safer place than the streets of the US towns. Now, at least nine
people have been shot to death by a madman. This seems to happen VERY
often in the USA.


Yes, and gun enthusiasts will say that it's because there aren't enough
guns on the streets
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Old December 6th, 2007, 02:37 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
James Silverton[_2_]
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Markku wrote on Thu, 6 Dec 2007 08:45:21 +0200:

MG Doesn't this idolizing of firearms ever cease in the USA.
MG Even Beirut is a safer place than the streets of the US
MG towns. Now, at least nine people have been shot to death by
MG a madman. This seems to happen VERY often in the USA.

Tho' I agree that the ambiguous Second Amendment should be
modified or repealed, don't people get tired quoting dubious
statistics and saying the same thing about violence in the US
time and time again? There are other heavily armed countries
where the murder rate is not so high and isn't it still legal to
shoot a housebreaker after 10 PM in France?


James Silverton
Potomac, Maryland

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Old December 6th, 2007, 04:22 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
TheNewsGuy(Mike)
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Default Massacre by firearms once again in the USA

Markku Grönroos wrote:
more anti-american babble


Do a Google search on this disgusting sick puppy idiot ...

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"This Markku brown shirt skinhead is a real nasty little jackbooted
nazi. From his many rabid racist anti-homosexual anti-Semite posts one
can gather that rampant homophobia and nazism are alive and well in
Finland today. ..."
http://www.scubadivetalks.com/forums...nish-nazi.html


Here are some of his offensive posts:
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Markku Grönroos

You hebe faggot ought to consult an able shrink. You are mentally very
ill. Moreover, your foreskin stinks.

http://groups.google.sk/group/soc.cu...1f68a?lnk=raot
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Markku Grönroos wrote:
Perhaps you homo finally start using email tools instead of spilling
this hymie filth all over the usenet. ...

http://travelforums.com.au/f12/say-h...kramer-62.html
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And this is his kicker!
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"Markku Grönroos wrote: I have never posted anything anti American
anywhere."
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Old December 6th, 2007, 09:58 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
Jim Davis[_1_]
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Default Massacre by firearms once again in the USA

On Dec 6, 12:45 am, Markku Grönroos wrote:
Doesn't this idolizing of firearms ever cease in the USA. Even Beirut is a
safer place than the streets of the US towns. Now, at least nine people have
been shot to death by a madman. This seems to happen VERY often in the USA..


Starting your crap again, eh Markuu? Remember the last time this kind
of **** jumped up and bit you in the ass?
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Old December 6th, 2007, 10:19 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
Hatunen
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Default Massacre by firearms once again in the USA

On Thu, 6 Dec 2007 12:58:35 -0800 (PST), Jim Davis
wrote:

On Dec 6, 12:45 am, Markku Grönroos wrote:
Doesn't this idolizing of firearms ever cease in the USA. Even Beirut is a
safer place than the streets of the US towns. Now, at least nine people have
been shot to death by a madman. This seems to happen VERY often in the USA.


Starting your crap again, eh Markuu? Remember the last time this kind
of **** jumped up and bit you in the ass?


Madman? Well, neurotic teenager, at least.

Of course, the USA has some fifty times the population, so we
should expect most things to happen fifty times as often as in
Finland, which means, given the recent similar event in Finland,
that Finland may be winning the massacre contest.

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Old December 7th, 2007, 07:34 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
Mike O'Sullivan
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Default Massacre by firearms once again in the USA

Hatunen wrote:
On Thu, 6 Dec 2007 12:58:35 -0800 (PST), Jim Davis
wrote:

On Dec 6, 12:45 am, Markku Grönroos wrote:
Doesn't this idolizing of firearms ever cease in the USA. Even Beirut is a
safer place than the streets of the US towns. Now, at least nine people have
been shot to death by a madman. This seems to happen VERY often in the USA.

Starting your crap again, eh Markuu? Remember the last time this kind
of **** jumped up and bit you in the ass?


Madman? Well, neurotic teenager, at least.

Of course, the USA has some fifty times the population, so we
should expect most things to happen fifty times as often as in
Finland, which means, given the recent similar event in Finland,
that Finland may be winning the massacre contest.

Where firearms are also freely available.
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Old December 8th, 2007, 01:58 AM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
Jim Davis[_1_]
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Default Massacre by firearms once again in the USA

On Dec 7, 12:34 pm, mike o'sullivan wrote:
Hatunen wrote:
On Thu, 6 Dec 2007 12:58:35 -0800 (PST), Jim Davis
wrote:


On Dec 6, 12:45 am, Markku Grönroos wrote:
Doesn't this idolizing of firearms ever cease in the USA. Even Beirut is a
safer place than the streets of the US towns. Now, at least nine people have
been shot to death by a madman. This seems to happen VERY often in the USA.
Starting your crap again, eh Markuu? Remember the last time this kind
of **** jumped up and bit you in the ass?


Madman? Well, neurotic teenager, at least.


Of course, the USA has some fifty times the population, so we
should expect most things to happen fifty times as often as in
Finland, which means, given the recent similar event in Finland,
that Finland may be winning the massacre contest.


Where firearms are also freely available.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


They're freely available anywhere, if you know where to look.
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Old December 8th, 2007, 11:02 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
Calif Bill
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Default Massacre by firearms once again in the USA


"mike o'sullivan" wrote in message
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Markku Grönroos wrote:
Doesn't this idolizing of firearms ever cease in the USA. Even Beirut is
a safer place than the streets of the US towns. Now, at least nine people
have been shot to death by a madman. This seems to happen VERY often in
the USA.


Yes, and gun enthusiasts will say that it's because there aren't enough
guns on the streets


There were signs declaring the mall a "Gun free zone" NE is a right to
carry state, so are the mall operators on ht ehook for damages as they
assumed all security to protect the shoppers?


 




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