Wow… the world must be just a horrible place for you to live in. You’ve honestly invested the energy into finding some kind of negativity here? You talk like this sort of thing will ruin the kid’s life or give him some obfuscated perception on what he can or cannot do. So what if it’s not a genuine victory? He just wanted to participate…. and these people opened up their hearts and allowed him to; would you have rather the other kid just drill him? Sometimes you just have to accept a kind act for exactly what it is, and stop this culture, no, this plague of hate and division. They did a good thing, and I applaud them.
December 3, 2012 at 12:04am
To be fair here… you don’t hear about badminton players for any reason…. ever.
December 3, 2012 at 12:02am
Yes…. we do know. Unless he had a conversation with his gun in which it convinced him that he had no choice other than to commit murder and then off himself, then no, the gun is not in any way responsible for this heinous crime.