Originally Posted by shakin318
ok, some personal perspective and then I'm outta here.
In 1985, in Texas, my brother witnessed his girlfriend getting shot dead by her ex, who then proceeded to point the gun at my brother. The gun jammed, the coward ran.
We then got to sit through a trial where this piece of sh:t claimed mental illness, and almost got away with it.
You self-appointed psychologists and holier than thou keyboard jockeys can rest easy knowing that when the report of a murder suicide came out, your response was to feel bad for the one with the gun, and to indignantly chastise and name-call those of us who chose to see it from the real victim's standpoint. And for you, I leave you a question to ponder:
What's the opposite of "above me"?
Horrible story but that gives you the right to crack a joke about it? Call Belcher whatever you want but to crack a joke is an insult to the girl he murdered and to his daughter.
Fortunately your brother survived but suppose it was a football player who had done this and on a mesasge board you see some guy make a crack about you hope it's not because he might have been traded?