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Social Science Proves It: Thoughts and Prayers Don’t Prevent Mass Shootings

By desertastronomer7
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The shootings were caused by a curse from a coven of witches. Not really, but it was easy enough to say.

MrDMC Level 6 Aug 16, 2019

I thought they did?
I'll pray they do in the future

powder Level 8 Aug 15, 2019

Nor bring the victims back to life, nor actually help the survivors get through it...


The thing that pisses me off more than the shootings is the reaction ... the candle light vigils, mass of teddy bears, cards flowers, more candles to 'remember' the dead.
Those people died from being in the wrong place at the wrong time - not their fault - but they are just lumps of meat, leaving behind wives, husbands children and memories.
The inability of the USA political class to take any action to control the use of guns is reprehensible

Reaction is mourning, let them be. TV camera's should piss right off though, let them be.


No shit

bobwjr Level 9 Aug 13, 2019

I love when research and science disprove stupid myths and beliefs!😍

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