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GUEST,Bob BS: Virginia Tech Shooting, 20 dead? (432* d) RE: BS: Virginia Tech Shooting, 20 dead? 18 Apr 07

Few people escape from Mental institutions and go on killing sprees. Most people how suffer mental illness do more harm to themselves.
Did this guy escape from one ? has he been treated for years for a condition ?
If he couldn't accept his ex girlfriend didn't want him any more is that not immaturely or lack of ability to move on due to jealousy ?

Always the same old story, no one ever does anything out of temper or badness any more. The amount of amateur psychotherapists willing to blame society for all the ills in the world never fails to amaze me.

I grew up in a time when you were judged by a jury and a judge and your crime was placed upon your own shoulders.

Today the amount of people the defence calls upon wins the case.

His grandmother died when he was six. His father was a cross man. He never enjoyed a happy childhood. His problems started then.

I came from a family of five boys and three girls. My father had a drink problem. My mother had more problems, finding money to feed us, cloth us and keep us warm. She was a saint God bless her.
None of us ever got ourselves into trouble.

I can only image if I don't pay my taxes next year and end up in court, there won't be a dry eye in the house when I tell them my life story of 64 years !

There is a lot of badness in the world today, don't find excuses for it.

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