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  1. LOL @ all of this pissing on Doctors
  2. Man trapped for 3 days in wrecked car off I-680 in North San Jose Lisa Fernandez Mercury News Article Launched: 05/14/2008 06:01:38 PM PDT Trapped for three days inside his wrecked black Cadillac Escalade with a broken femur, Duc Vinh Do moved in agony, searching for his cell phone - his only link to help. Thousands of cars already had passed the SUV on San Jose's busy Interstate 680, and no one had spotted it in the thick brush. Dehydrated, disoriented and in pain, Do finally crawled into the back seat at 4 p.m. Tuesday, found his cell and punched 911. But he didn't know where he
  3. It's pretty relevant considering road speeds?! What does having to build one in my area have to do with the statistic of the actual road? http://www.unitedjustice.com/death-statistics.html Due to the strict laws regarding the Autobahn, and the strict upkeep of the road, it's proven to be THE safest thoroughfare in the world. I'd count that as pretty relevant :wink:
  4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autobahn#Accident_record
  5. A little late..but woot http://youtube.com/watch?v=9lrja6C0Quc
  6. So what is it that you're having trouble with? The reading and comprehending? What exactly is the learning disability?
  7. Haha, it's been a rough week of tests and such - sorry for popping in :oops:. And btw, my avatar has nothing to do with my views on this discussion
  8. Absolutely agree, I don't and wouldn't advocate high school students being armed - age and maturity play too much a factor in high school. I wasn't advocating for that, I was just adding to the duration of the situation discussion. 8)
  9. And understandably so. The police should take all individuals involved into custody until the situation can be worked out. If a citizen with a gun is approached at gun point by the police, they're going to drop their weapon and comply immediately. If the shooter is approached by the police, it's likely they will fire upon themselves or the officers. I read the same article. Utah is a unique state, though. Another poster mentioned mixing of alcohol and weapons on a college campus. I think this is a valid concern.
  10. According to wiki, Columbine lasted nearly an hour. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Columbine_High_School_massacre
  11. I read it as sarcasm, sorry - it's hard to interpret* the tone of messages through the internets
  12. People carry concealed weapons on a daily basis in the general public. I haven't heard of too many instances of this happening. :wink: But you're right - lobbyists ultimately decide the fate of this decision, and unfortunately I don't see this changing any time soon. After VA Tech last year, I read this article about University of Utah students being allowed to carry their personal concealed on campus now after the supreme court struck down the ban in 2006. I just don't understand someone's logic who says, "I'm terrified the student next to me may have a gun!" http://www.cnn.com/20
  13. Don't take this the wrong way Ruff, but are you more-or-less advocating the thought that students have to stand by and have nothing to protect themselves or the lives of others?
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