They interviewed one of the students who was in the school during the shooting and she said that she wasn’t even surprised or shocked, and that she felt like something was eventually going to happen there. That’s so chilling to think about because as someone who goes to a fairly large and well known public school only about 15 minutes away from LA, I would not be shocked if something were to ever happen here.
btw leave it to someone like thallen to come onto this thread to state his opinion like it’s the only one that matters and then not give any input or offer any solutions to this issue, then make some weird stereotypical comment about liberals because “look at me I’m conservative” or whatever. talk like that gets us nowhere and unfortunately it’s people like him who run this country, meaning nothing will ever change. I’m sure there are plenty of people here who would be willing to discuss solutions and possibilities since there is clearly no single solution, but I also think there are people here who just aren’t capable of that. so thallen do us all a favor and keep your promise by staying out of this thread.
Thanks to those who are trying to look over the possibilities though, I don’t think a complete ban on guns will do anything but I definitely think we do need stricter regulations and standards for the purchasing and circulation of guns. I’m very much against the idea of arming teachers however, I think that is counterproductive and idk how I’d feel about showing up to school everyday knowing my teachers have weapons on them at all times.