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Message Subject Another Sandy Hook Inconsistency - Caught on local talk radio
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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See post above yours..

I know weapons, and loud weapons.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4284531


do you have the thin skull and tender ears and sound sensibilities of a six year old?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29757732


Their ears wouldn't be bleeding...sorry.

And no, I didn't have the ears of a 6 year old. But, I also didn't watch my classmates get brutally gunned down.

Somehow, I think even if their ears were damaged, they would just be grateful to be out of there and with their families....hurting ears and all.

Really, try to put yourself in that situation, as much as you possibly can of course.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4284531


The loud gunfire conversation is going nowhere because^^this guy doesn't get the point. It's not that their ears hurt, it's that they wouldn't have been able to hear the alleged conversation between the shooter and Soto. Do you understand yet???
 Quoting: GladioDaddy-O


He told you he's a military guy, used to taking orders, being told what to believe, say, do, and brown-nose ass licking--that's how promotion works--so he doesn't want to understand that the loud gunfire in closed room made the delicate kiddees unable to hear anything for a good while--unlike the tough-guy soldier like him who can stand next to a muzzle-blast and tough it out.
Probably collecting a disability check for hearing loss...

>>>Firecrackers, gunshots, or other explosions create powerful sound waves. These can rupture your eardrum or damage the inner ear. This is called acoustic trauma. The result can be immediate and may result in permanent damage and hearing loss.
[link to www.webmd.com]
 
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