When everybody’s got a gun, every day is a massacre. Cuz we all have problems to solve, and guns solve problems. That’s why everybody’s got a gun.

Now, women have kind of been a holdout, in that although they own pretty much as many guns as men, they have seemed reluctant to use them to kill everyone.

But just down the road from UD‘s own Port Deposit, Maryland, where her grandfather owned a department store, a woman took out her … whatever … AR-15? … and blew everyone away today.

Thursday’s incident was the third mass shooting in the past 24 hours.

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4 Responses to “Girls Get in on the Act.”

  1. theprofessor Says:

    I believe it was a Glock 9mm handgun, UD. The question is, how in famously gun-control-tough Maryland did the perp, who had been diagnosed with a mental illness, buy a gun legally? It is also reported that the perp had been planning to, uh, transition from gender #7b21 to gender #6a39 (it’s tough to keep up with the burgeoning numbers). Was, by any chance, the perp taking medications of a, well, hormonal nature with their well-known, behavior-altering side effects?

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Yes, it was a handgun. I doubt he bought it in Maryland. It’s incredibly easy to get/buy a gun all over America. As to the gender question – I’m completely confused by the partial information about this so far. When it goes to trial (I assume this will happen) I guess we’ll get more clarity on that.

  3. theprofessor Says:

    You are confused by the partial information because the news media wants you to be confused, despite knowing perfectly well what the truth is and plans to deep-six this ASAP, lest anyone start asking serious questions about the side-effects of using hormonal therapies like this.

    There won’t be a trial, since the perp committed suicide, no?

  4. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Yes, suicide. I forgot that.

    I don’t know anything about the dangers of hormonal therapies of this sort — I’ll do some reading on it.

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