Everyone at school is like "oh no we're so scared" and this is what I've been telling them.
Okay, guys. Think about it. Here are some points for you to mull over.
1) Who would be so dumb as to tell everyone the date?
He's one stupid-ass mofo for telling us when he's going to shoot us. I think that if you just go in on thursday and start shooting, then you have at least one neuron left in your stupid little walnut of a brain. And wouldn't you expect a barricade when you tell us tomorrow?
2) If you weren't serious, couldn't you have made it a little better?
At least say, "beware the Ides of March", which is literally one day after March 14. It would be at least a bit clever, on top of all the unnecessary panic you'll cause all of us.
And if you're going to talk about Call of Duty, which I believe comes out exactly on March 14, you could have said something about that, or reworded it a bit different.
3) It's not funny, nor will it get you any attention.
Here's two scenario for what happened.
Maybe he thought it was funny? No it's not. It's a ***** move made by ***** people. I don't mind shootings personally as much as some, I believe that people make mistakes they can't ever correct (I've gone through that too). But if someone makes a threat to do it, that's just not acceptable. I know other people are sensitive to those situations, and I think you're just mean.
And you're getting attention? No, you're not. Remember how much we talk about every other shooter? Little, if none. And if you're going to make a threat, that's even less intense. I swear, nobody will remember it by the time the weekend is over. It won't make national news, and it won't make you feel better in any way. Try doing something productive, like make music. That'll get you more attention than some half-assed threat on the girl's bathroom.
I hope you learn, honestly.
Posted March 13th, 2013 at 3:50 PM by hinkage