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May 24, 2022 17:35:31   #
RascalRiley Loc: Canada
 
A mental health problem. The repercussions of an every man for himself mentality.

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May 24, 2022 17:58:56   #
Weasel Loc: In the Great State Of Indiana!!
 


Amen to that, And yes I lay the Blame On Biden for the state of mind that he is putting people In. And I also blame the Ex President Obamma and Biden who started the School to Prison Pipeline Crap of keeping the student out of the hands of police in order to prevent them from being expelled. The schools that practiced his policy would get $50,000.00 Dollars, and the criminal activity would never show up on Background Checks it was all between the school and the parents to smooth things over.
So Look Where We Are Today. Another result of failed policies. 👏 👏 .

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May 24, 2022 18:38:20   #
robertv3
 


"The repercussions of an every man for himself mentality." Something like that, yes. There is not enough emphasis on responsibility toward other people. So people (and society, and industries) don't attend well enough to responsibilities toward other people.

Also:

When these mass shootings happen, when the shooter survives, it's a good idea to try to find out what his experiences and thinking were that led to the shooting. If we got enough data like that, from many mass shooters, then we could start to learn what is causing such large numbers of mass shootings.

You say it's "A mental health problem." While that's true, it may be counterproductive to frame it in those words. If people regard the shooter as a monster or just "crazy", they might not be paying attention to how that kind of behavior develops. I'm not saying you regard them that way, but a lot of people do regard them that way.

Many people with "mental health problems" do still have a lot of functionality and thought process and reasoning that go into their behaviors. So, rather than writing them off as just incomprehensible crazy people, a lot might be gained from talking with them at length and finding out what the underlying original problems were.

Example:

How many of us have felt "road rage"? What does that sometimes lead to? (Shooting.). What is the underlying original problem that leads to "road rage"? It isn't just that the person with road rage is merely having a "mental health problem". There are other things that go into that situation where the road rage is experienced.

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May 24, 2022 19:16:19   #
RascalRiley Loc: Canada
 
robertv3 wrote:
"The repercussions of an every man for himself mentality." Something like that, yes. There is not enough emphasis on responsibility toward other people. So people (and society, and industries) don't attend well enough to responsibilities toward other people.

Also:

When these mass shootings happen, when the shooter survives, it's a good idea to try to find out what his experiences and thinking were that led to the shooting. If we got enough data like that, from many mass shooters, then we could start to learn what is causing such large numbers of mass shootings.

You say it's "A mental health problem." While that's true, it may be counterproductive to frame it in those words. If people regard the shooter as a monster or just "crazy", they might not be paying attention to how that kind of behavior develops. I'm not saying you regard them that way, but a lot of people do regard them that way.

Many people with "mental health problems" do still have a lot of functionality and thought process and reasoning that go into their behaviors. So, rather than writing them off as just incomprehensible crazy people, a lot might be gained from talking with them at length and finding out what the underlying original problems were.

Example:

How many of us have felt "road rage"? What does that sometimes lead to? (Shooting.). What is the underlying original problem that leads to "road rage"? It isn't just that the person with road rage is merely having a "mental health problem". There are other things that go into that situation where the road rage is experienced.
"The repercussions of an every man for himsel... (show quote)


Road rage is very much a mental health problem. An inability to handle stress.

Mental health is a grey scale.

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May 24, 2022 19:46:38   #
Birdmam
 
RascalRiley wrote:
Road rage is very much a mental health problem. An inability to handle stress.

Mental health is a grey scale.


Thanks for your medical expertise

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May 24, 2022 19:54:59   #
Weasel Loc: In the Great State Of Indiana!!
 
RascalRiley wrote:
Road rage is very much a mental health problem. An inability to handle stress.

Mental health is a grey scale.


I can already tell you the root of the problem. We are teaching these kids/ Grooming these kids with all sorts of LGTB+ beliefs and gender assessments and Racist Aditudes while they are in the classroom. Then we take them to church to learn the word of GOD. NOW They are completely confused, so it's back to the classroom where the teachers recondition them out of Godly Thoughts. By this time their brains are turned to mush! And you wonder what Biden will talk about tonight? Do Not Let Your Kids Watch This Man Tonight.



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May 24, 2022 20:10:49   #
RascalRiley Loc: Canada
 
Birdmam wrote:
Thanks for your medical expertise
Not medical expertise. Common sense. What is best for congeniality.

Are you suggesting that road rage is normal. Road rage is abnormal. It is a mental illness.

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May 24, 2022 21:18:28   #
Birdmam
 
RascalRiley wrote:
Not medical expertise. Common sense. What is best for congeniality.

Are you suggesting that road rage is normal. Road rage is abnormal. It is a mental illness.


I’m not sure there’s a lot of idiots on the road that should not be driving

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May 24, 2022 21:18:54   #
Birdmam
 
RascalRiley wrote:
Not medical expertise. Common sense. What is best for congeniality.

Are you suggesting that road rage is normal. Road rage is abnormal. It is a mental illness.


I forgot fed

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May 24, 2022 21:25:25   #
Birdmam
 
RascalRiley wrote:
Not medical expertise. Common sense. What is best for congeniality.

Are you suggesting that road rage is normal. Road rage is abnormal. It is a mental illness.


And I’m sure there’s at least 5 million illegals driving without a license or insurance

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May 24, 2022 21:34:42   #
Blade_Runner Loc: DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
 
robertv3 wrote:
When these mass shootings happen, when the shooter survives, it's a good idea to try to find out what his experiences and thinking were that led to the shooting. If we got enough data like that, from many mass shooters, then we could start to learn what is causing such large numbers of mass shootings.

Apparently you didn't get the memo.

A majority, if not all, mass shooters sent up red flags BEFORE they committed their crimes.
They created manifestos, journals, facebook posts, note books on attack plans, details on their targets, such as race, politics, religion, you name it.

Yet, in spite of the warnings, the concerns, the alarms sounded, nothing was done to prevent these killings.

Here are some examples:

(April 20, 1999) Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, the Columbine killers, left behind a variety of written materials: personal diaries, pictures, home videos, essays, a website, a detailed plan of their attacks, and even short stories.

(April 16, 2007) Seung-hui Cho, Virginia Tech shooter, sent a multimedia package to NBC News with 23 pages of photographs and text and nearly half an hour of video.

(Jan. 8, 2011) Jared Loughner, Tuscon, AZ shooter, left a long string of red flags before his attempt to kill House Rep Gabby Giffords. Classmates, acquaintances, teachers, a girl friend, employers, and run ins with police, all raised the flags. His suspension from Pima Community College in September 2010 because of his bizarre behavior and disruptions in classes and the library triggered him.

(July 22, 2011) Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian killer (bombs and guns), published a 1500 page manifesto.
* US constitutional protection irrelevant.

(July 20, 2012) James Holmes, Aurora, CO Dark Knight killer, sought help in 2012 for his mental state at the student health clinic after he broke up with his girlfriend. After seven sessions with psychiatrists, Holmes rejected their suggestions, launched his attack, and entered an insanity plea at his arraignment.

(Dec 14, 2012) Adam Lanza, the Sandy Hook school shooter, was a life long mental case, lots of red flags.

(Feb. 3, 2013) Rogue cop Christopher Dorner posted an 11,000-word manifesto on his Facebook page.

(May 23, 2014) Elliot Rodger, Santa Barbara mass shooter, published his 141 page manifesto entitled My Twisted World: The Story of Elliot Rodger. His targets were women.

(June 17, 2015) Dylan Roof, Charleston S.C. church shooter, published a 2000 word racist and anti-Semitic manifesto and a racial hate website called the Last Rhodesian.

(Feb. 14, 2018) Nikolas Jacob Cruz, Parkland, FL school shooter, experienced a lifetime of emotional and mental issues that left red flags all over the place - fascinated with weaponry, Cruz posted on Instagram, up loaded a youtube video about becoming a "professional school shooter", heard voices in his head, giving him instructions on what to do to conduct the attack, described the voices as demons. A woman called the FBI a month before the shooting spree to warn authorities about Cruz.


And, no attempt was made to stop any of these shootings. Why is that?

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May 24, 2022 21:48:12   #
RascalRiley Loc: Canada
 
Birdmam wrote:
I’m not sure there’s a lot of idiots on the road that should not be driving
Those that act on road rage should never drive again or own a gun until they learn not to hurt in response to stress.

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May 24, 2022 22:21:33   #
Birdmam
 
So if somebody just smashes in to your car you should put your thumb up your ass

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May 24, 2022 22:33:09   #
RascalRiley Loc: Canada
 
Birdmam wrote:
So if somebody just smashes in to your car you should put your thumb up your ass


That would probably be in your better interest than shooting them.

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May 24, 2022 22:36:10   #
Birdmam
 
RascalRiley wrote:
That would probably be in your better interest than shooting them.


Why don’t you drink some Good bourbon maybe do a bong hit go fishing for some catfish give your brain a rest

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