On Sunday, a man walked into a Kroger grocery store in Charlottesville, Virginia with a loaded AR-15 assault rifle on his back. Why? Because he could. From NBC29:
Charlottesville police drew their guns on the man after witnesses reported he brought a gun into the store. They restrained the man to ask him questions, but released him after they confirmed he is not a convicted felon, owned the gun legally and it was not concealed.
Police say he was cooperative and did nothing illegal. Officers did find a note in his pocket spelling out his intent to express his 2nd Amendment rights.
If you don’t have the patience to learn lockpicking, and a bolt cutter isn’t dramatic enough, you might try shooting at the lock. Achieving success is more difficult than movies would have you believe though. (Demolition Ranch)
“Social threat” is the psychologists’ term for the urge to recast events that threaten our identities in new lights; it’s the phenomenon behind some gun advocates’ insistence that mass shootings are false-flag ops cooked up by governments to take away Americans’ guns.
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