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Discussion in 'Georgia Crime Reports' started by mountainpass, Dec 6, 2010.
And this is down 18%?
Hey look everyone!!!! Another gun free zone, ripe for all criminal activities.
Channel 5 reported that he was parking off-campus(he lives in the dorms) as he didn't have a parking permit($600 a year).
As an old sailor, I just have to ask:
How LONG was he stuck in the head?
Must have been smelly by the time he got out....
If those kids could carry weapons and I could come there and teach them all of that crap would stop.
I would have those students so squared away all of those stick up kids would be taking dirt naps.
I am so serious give me one good week with them.
Why aren't students arming themselves more, within the scope of the law? The guys robbed in their home could likely have had a weapon. The fella stabbed could've had a firearm in his car, 18 thru 20 years of age if he owned it, and anyone 21 and over.
Sure, we want students to be able to carry, and I think all of us would agree that should be extended to 18 year old's. That day will come!
You can bet, if I had a son or daughter attending GT, my kids would have access to something to defend themselves with in their car or home!
hopefully any witnesses that saw it would come forward and work with the police to catch the bandit
holllly crap...and to think i might start parking off campus over 10$
Georgia Tech parking is expensive. I was actually just down there Friday and parked off campus in home park to return to my car at around 8:20 pm
I hope that some witnesses come forward soon on this one.
I believe the author's intent was to write STRUCK.
At this point I'm sure the AJC has the words "Georgia Tech Student Robbed At Gunpoint" as a Ctrl command. Just press "ctrl+V+GT" for a variation of the headline.
I guess I'm really old-fashioned.
Back in the day, news reporters were expected to report FACTS,
editorial writers were to spout OPINIONS, and both were supposed
to be able to spell simple words.
"It's the thought that counts" should be limited to giving gifts to people you don't really like all that much.
Not that I've never made a mistake, of course. But then again, I don't have a degree in Journalism.