Toward the end it says you can survive a mass shooting.
Sure, if you’re not the first 3 or 4 or 5 people who didn’t see it coming.
If I can run faster should I knock the slow pokes down? If I found a hiding place first should I claim it as my own? Once I baracade the door do I open it when I hear the frantic please for help?
In other words am I fighting the others to survive?
Ban the damn guns already so I don’t have to watch videos on how to survive.
I truly hate “every man for himself” kind of advice.
I know this is not a new thing but how will I survive a mass shooting at a concert if I can’t call 911?
A friend of mine is going to this concert coincidentally, and it’s not like having a phone free experience is new nor would it be hard to sneak in a phone or something to record and take pictures if someone was motivated enough
Some of us are old enough to remember when a phone-free concert was just, you know,
a concert. Sigh.
No but we do have plenty of active-shooter training and drills. Army bases have seen their fair share of mass shootings, for example:
On November 5, 2009, a mass shooting took place at Fort Hood (now Fort Cavazos), near Killeen, Texas. Nidal Hasan, a U.S. Army major and psychiatrist, fatally shot 13 people and injured more than 30 others. It was the deadliest mass shooting on an American military base and the deadliest terrorist attack in the United States since the September 11 attacks until it was surpassed by the Orlando nightclub shooting in 2016.
Hasan was shot and as a result paralyzed from the waist down. He was arraig...
Yeah, yeah, yeah. I am old enough to have concert tickets for 7 and 10 bucks for Queen.
I also enjoy a little memory from some shows because I can barely remember my way home some days.
But… We also didn’t have mass shootings at concerts when I was a youngster.
I was just making a sarcastic mass shooting reference.
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