More and more women are learning to shoot and buying guns. GOOD!
An Alabama woman was pocket-carrying her concealed weapon in her home when she discovered her crazed ex-boyfriend in the basement and things got lively:
According to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s office, the 32-year-old female called authorities around 7 p.m. yesterday to tell them that her ex-boyfriend had broken into her house and she had shot him.
The victim says she went to her basement to smoke, when she realized that her ex-boyfriend was in the basement. He smashed her phone when she tried to call 911, before chasing her around the basement.
The woman took a gun from her pocket and shot the 34-year-old in the leg. When he fled, he dropped his cell phone, which she used to call 911.
The Daily Pundit nails it!
Alabama Teachers Undergo School Shooter Training After Newtown Massacre
But the simulation wasn’t meant to train educators on how to attack or defeat a school shooter, Jefferson County Chief Deputy Randy Christian told TIME.
“They were allowed to take on the role of law enforcement so they could understand the need to relay accurate and timely information to first responders,” Christian said.
Which they likely won’t be able to do because they are still unarmed victims waiting to be slaughtered by shooters, or already dead in the attack.
All of this is CYA Kabuki designed to minimize as much as possible the financial fallout from massive lawsuits aimed at school districts. “We did everything we could possibly do.”
Yes, sad, pathetic, but true.
Just imagine how they will react when LSU whips the Tide January 9th?
“These people are going to end up rioting about this,” says Sheila Tyson, a community activist in Jefferson County, Ala. “If they let this stuff happen they are going to get the biggest riot the South has ever seen . . . I can see it coming.”
That’s a pretty serious prediction. What could possibly start a riot that big?
She’s talking about the likelihood of Jefferson County increasing its water and sewage bill rates.
Oh. Is it really all that bad?
“If the sewer bill gets higher, my light might get cut off and if I try to catch up the light, my water might get cut off. So we’re in between. We can’t make it like this,” says Tammy Lucas, a Birmingham resident who has been affected by a “financial and political scandal that has brought one of the most deprived communities in America’s south to the point of what some local people believe is collapse,” reports the BBC.
So what will Robert Stacy McCain do if LSU beats Alabama again? Will he feel “embattled”? And how much will Pat Austin rub Stacy’s nose in it if her Tigers roll the Tide?
And who will I be pulling for? Hmmmm, after much thought, I am going to have to say……GEAUX TIGERS!