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Campus Shooting in NH

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by statelineblues, May 4, 2007.

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  1. statelineblues

    statelineblues Member

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    I found this today:

    http://www.theday.com/re.aspx?re=e09b68fd-ce3c-4f5d-aebe-c0ee1040f150
    Apparently, this happened in an off-campus apartment.
    (Unfortunately, report made it sound like a dorm shooting 'til about 1/3 way into the article)
     
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  2. M.E.Eldridge

    M.E.Eldridge Member

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    How is this a "campus shooting?" It happened off campus, didn't it?
     
  3. Aguila Blanca

    Aguila Blanca Member

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    Which is why you titled the thread "Campus shooting in NH," correct?

    Makes sense to me. Not.
     
  4. ARperson

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    What example?

    The only connection to a college was that the victim and perp were college students.
     
  5. ADKWOODSMAN

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    Body count--first crazy student 1--NEWS MEDIA--all the rest!
     
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    We had one over here at U of Idaho or WSU, can't remember ATM... two people fighting over a .22LR pistol...
     
  7. obxned

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    I wonder if Prozac or one of its cousins was involved - seems to be quite common in these situations.
     
  8. willbrink

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    I went to Keene State myself.
     
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