kiwiLifter saidThose kids were obnoxious, blasting the stereo and mouthing off. I have no sympathy for them.
Its like that shooting in a cinema by a retired cop recently.
A country up to its balls in firearms combined with a culture missing any consideration towards others is like mixing nitro and glycerine.
Really, Were you there? And the idiot of a cop shot a father who was texting his daughter, was his life worth a text message?
You are missing the point.
If you are an inconsiderate jerk around people with guns do you think that this behaviour will increase or decrease your probability of living out a long, peaceful life?
What exactly is considerate? We all have a different tolerance levels so that is subject to ea individual. They were at a gas station, not a residence. Ppl are inconsiderate on a daily basis and not even aware half the time cause they got other shit on their mind keeping them preoccupied... God man we'd all be dead.
You seem to equate public space as = I can do whatever the fuck I like there. Why?
Public space is exactly that. How we share our space is the tricky part. I do remember being a teen and most teens are young and inconsiderate. You can't tell me everything you've done in life has been considerate and not possibly infrindged on someone elses space.
No one should die due to the volume on a radio setting.
It is not that. You contradict it in your second sentence by defining a public space as a SHARED one.
Again, you are trying to spin it as some kind of random act of violence, I'm saying with human beings crammed into urban centers like rats in a cage being civil is going to be very important especially if your fellow citizens are armed.
So are u saying pubic space is not shared space? Pubic space is for all who occupy, so would'nt that be shared?
This is a random act of violence as most ppl behave rationally and don't get so short circuited they open fire on a car full ppl because the radio was too loud.