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BG learns the hard way to keep booger picker off the trigger

This is a discussion on BG learns the hard way to keep booger picker off the trigger within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; It's a wonderful day, he should be a trendsetter for all BG's to follow. Mother had'em, mother made'em, mother%#@%'em LOL......

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    It's a wonderful day, he should be a trendsetter for all BG's to follow. Mother had'em, mother made'em, mother%#@%'em LOL...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan4x4 View Post
    Thats good news for me , I live around that part of the state, one less bg to worry about!
    Me too. I'm glad he didn't waste our taxpayer $$ for a trial.

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    Way To Go Cameron

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim the Teacher View Post
    Cameron Sands, 19, of Fort Worth kicked in the door of the house and then shot himself in the stomach as he pulled a gun out of his pants to shoot the homeowner
    Oh My God, Thank You Cameron Sands
    You have brightened my day to no end. I nearly wet my pants I laughed so hard at the incomprehensible stupidity of your last two acts on this planet. How sweetly ironic that you did to yourself what intended to do to another. The only thing funnier is imagining you whining like the simpering sniveling pansy you are during the last moments that you sucked air. Did you cry for your mommy? Poor baby, I pity you NOT. Thank you Mr Sands for your most entertaining death. For finally doing something right and for saving your friends & family years of grief, shame and suffering, your continued life was sure to bring to them. For your selfless contribution to the gene pool I have nominated you for a Darwin Award, at Darwin Awards Nominations

    WAY TO GO Cameron Sands The Undisputed King of Fools for setting an excellent example for all criminals to follow.
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    My stomach still hurts, from laughing not lead
    Abort the Obamanation not the Constitution

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    Very efficient. Nicely done. While I don't applaud the death, I do applaud the style with which he (a) avoided harming an innocent and (b) took himself out of the running for the next flavor-of-the-month murderer. May he rest in peace. He has officially earned it.
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    The Tarrant County Medical Examiner has ruled the death an accident.


    I don't think I would call this an accident, but Darwin's Natural Selection in action.
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    I have been thinking more about this and it is a crying shame, what with the price of ammo and all

    I do find it interesting that this guy was in Fort Worth and so was the moron who shot himself while scratching his back with his revolver, now I'm not one to point fingers but I see a trend here.
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    The Tarrant County Medical Examiner has ruled the death an accident.
    ... and judged it a blessing, I'm sure.
    Your best weapon is your brain. Don't leave home without it.
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    lol

    I guess he never took a gun safety course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalCompact View Post
    I'm sure his parents are saying the same thing they would have said had he been shot by the victim:

    "I don't believe he would ever do something like that, rob someone. He is a good kid, everyone likes him. "

    Then they'd sue and try to have the victim charged with murder.

    Ain't that the truth!!

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    Parents will probably sue the gun manufacturer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    Very efficient. Nicely done. While I don't applaud the death, I do applaud the style with which he (a) avoided harming an innocent and (b) took himself out of the running for the next flavor-of-the-month murderer. May he rest in peace. He has officially earned it.
    +1. Can't say it makes me smile to see a stupid kid -- even a worthless criminal -- bleed out on a lawn as a consequence of his own stupidity and wickedness... but it is an ironic way to go, and I'm glad no innocents were hurt.
    "War necessarily brings with it some virtues, and great and heroic virtues too. What horrid creatures we men are, that we cannot be virtuous without murdering one another?" -John Adams

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