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This week’s lesson in gun safety (#14,15,16,17,18,19, 20 and 21)

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Oops, I forgot the name of the place. I read about it last week. I seem to remember it was Green-something. Greenton. Greenvale. Greendale – no that’s from Community. Greeneville? *google*

Ah yes, here it is, ahimmm. For this week’s lesson in how obviously safe guns are and how clearly responsible gun owners can be we travel to Greene County, Tennessee. Where we defer to firearms safety officer The Town Of Greeneville:

Three accidental, but unrelated, shootings were reported over the weekend by the Greene County Sheriff’s Department.

Afton resident Michael Justin Tolliver was shot in the arm Saturday when his handgun apparently discharged accidentally as he put it away, a Sheriff’s Department report said.

Stanley Robert Garland, of Midway, on Sunday suffered a gunshot wound in his right hand when a bullet he fired at a firing range apparently ricocheted off a target, a report said.

A 17-year-old in Bulls Gap, Zachary Frye, on Sunday shot himself in his hand, apparently accidentally, when a rifle he was holding hung on his shirt and discharged, a report said.

Three Greenevillers shot themselves in 27 hours. That is absolutely quite brilliant. Good thing it wasn’t a three day weekend or you folks would be burying half of Dixie. But oh no, CRAP. This news is actually from five years ago. How did that happen? I thought I read about an accidental shooting in ‘Greeneville’ recently. *google* OOH, right, this must be it. Ahimm, for THIS week’s lesson in how obviously safe guns are and how clearly responsible gun owners can be we travel to Greene County, Tennessee. Where we defer to firearms safety officer The Same Town Of Greeneville:

Local law enforcement investigated two accidental shooting incidents over the weekend, one involving a 7-year-old boy.

Gage Ricker was injured about 9:15 a.m. Saturday in the 1300 block of Iron Bridge Road, sheriff’s Deputy Jeff Caudill said in a report. The boy’s father, Leonard Ricker, told deputies he and his 7-year-old son were squirrel hunting in the woods.

The boy was carrying a .22-caliber short-bolt action rifle “and started to raise it up to shoot a squirrel and accidentally discharged the rifle, shooting himself in his right foot,” the report said…

Greeneville police responded to Laughlin Memorial Hospital Saturday morning after being notified about an accidental gunshot victim.

Dennis Starnes, 88, of 2004 Fairlawn Drive, suffered a gunshot wound to the calf on one of his legs, Officer John Bishop said in a report…

Starnes told police he was looking at the .22-caliber handgun and “must have pulled the trigger,” the report said.

This time only two Greenevillers shot themselves. But they did it in 45 minutes, early on a Saturday morning. So that’s a far more impressive rate of wounds-per-hour. Congratulations, y’all are excellent candidates to host the Tennessee hip hop awards, please check your body armor at the door.

You know what’s funny, ha-ha? All these shootings are starting to blend together. I don’t actually remember reading about these two. And I thought the name of the town was something more like Greenberg, or Greenburg. Umm, err. Oh no. *google* CRAP.

Ahimm, for THIS week’s REAL lesson in how obviously safe guns are and how clearly responsible gun owners can be we travel to Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Where we defer to firearms safety officer Not The Town Of Greeneville:

GREENSBURG, Pa. — A Hempfield man accused of fatally shooting a man inside his Greensburg home early Tuesday morning said the killing was accidental.

Fidel O. Velez, 27, was fatally shot once in the chest at a friend’s home on Swede Hill Road, according to the Westmoreland County Coroner’s Office.

Police have charged the homeowner, Eric James Fennell, 32, with criminal homicide.

“Me and my friend were playing with a gun and it accidentally went off. It hit (Velez) in the chest. It was really, really, really senseless,” Fennell told Channel 11’s Joe Holden…

“If I could trade places with him, I would,” Fennell said.

Blah blah, try not to kill yourselves…you people. Alright. But before I say anything more, I’m gonna have to check first. I don’t have a choice about this, do I? Is there by any chance another Town Of Greensburg? *google* Of course there is oh CRAP. CRAP CRAP CRAP. Ahimm, for THIS week’s REALLY FOR SURE lesson in how obviously safe guns are and how clearly responsible gun owners can be we travel to Decatur County, Indiana. Where we defer to firearms safety officer Don’t Even Think That It’s The Town Of Greeneville:

GREENSBURG, Ind. – Greensburg police say it was a younger sibling who accidentally shot and killed 13-year-old Craig Roberts.

The shooting happened early Tuesday evening inside the family home in the 1000 block of North Carver. Police say the boy’s stepdad was getting ready to clean a gun when he stepped out of the room. That’s when the sibling picked up the weapon and fired it…

On Wednesday, grief counselors gathered at the Junior High to help students and teachers deal with the loss.

“It’s a tough day. People holding up well but it’s just a challenging day for everybody,” said School Resource Officer Bruce Coppel.

The counselors had been at the school just a few weeks ago. On Feb. 25, another Junior High student, Tyler Hall, was shot and killed by his father who then took his own life. Now the school community finds itself dealing with a second student death.

Two students from the same junior high school shot and killed two weeks apart. That’s about as bad as it gets. But wait! Groan. At the same time the poor 13 year-old got shot, at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday evening, March 11th – maybe the same minute, practically the same second - this happened:

GREENSBURG, Ind. – Two accidental shootings involving children have police stressing the importance of gun safety.

Police say a 3-year-old girl shot herself in the hand after finding her father’s gun at a home in Indianapolis Tuesday evening.

Right around that same time, police in Greensburg say a 6-year-old boy shot his 13-year-old step brother accidentally, after finding a gun his dad was going to start cleaning.

That 13-year-old died of his injuries.

Officials say these shootings are a stark reminder to make sure your guns are unloaded and locked up.

Great. And community officials, is that what they’re saying? Well I’ll be damned. Whaddyaknow. Buh-bye, so long, have fun storming the castle blood bank. With all these shootings, and killings, and maulings, it would be lovely to see local journalists do better than feckless accommodations of America’s insanity with a little “Officials say we should be careful.” And a bit of “Police are stressing the importance of gun safety.” Is that so, Mister Newspaper Guy? Should we be careful with our guns? Is somebody out there stressing safety? Well thanks for breaking the news, pal. You’re a terrific help. From this we once again conclude: The more guns you have, the safer your town of Green***** is. Or, perhaps, your Amer***.

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Maybe she’ll start hacking their piggy heads off and run for president

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Politics in Iowa. They do things a little differently.

…her experience castrating hogs on a farm makes her ready to cut pork spending in Washington D.C.

“I’m Joni Ernst. I grew up castrating hogs on an Iowa farm so when I get to Washington, I’ll know how to cut pork,” state Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) said in the ad, titled “Squeal.”

The ad, released Tuesday, features Ernst describing her conservative bona fides. A few clips in the ad are of pigs in a barn.

Been awhile since I’ve mangled one of these. But this one was too good to pass up:


She certainly isn’t lacking for confidence, is she?

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George Will has got Paul Ryan’s back

I'm not a strong swimmer

George Will.

Critics of Rep. Paul Ryan’s remarks about cultural factors in the persistence of poverty are simultaneously shrill and boring.

Pardon me Tabitha. Yes, it’s poor form to bump into dancers at the cotillion.

Ryan spoke of a “tailspin of culture, in our inner cities in particular, of men not working and just generations of men not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work,” adding: “There’s a real culture problem here.” This brought down upon Ryan the usual acid rain of accusations — racism, blaming the victims, etc. He had sauntered into the minefield…

I demand that Ryan produce one of these people. I want to see one of these “inner city” problems who has never had a job and whose father never had a job and whose grandfather and great-grandfather never worked a day in their Metropolitan Negro lives. If it’s a national “culture problem” then there are millions of them, and Ryan will surely pull one out his back pocket as his Dockers feature a fried chicken stand, inside a Social Security office opposite a nightclub and/or roadside juke joint.

A year from now, there surely will be conferences marking the 50th anniversary of what is now known as the Moynihan Report, a.k.a. “The Negro Family: The Case for National Action.”

blink. blink. I’m staring at this. I think George is wanting to be comical. I hope George is.

In March 1965, Moynihan, then 37 and assistant secretary of labor, wrote that “the center of the tangle of pathology” in inner cities — this was five months before the Watts riots — was the fact that 23.6 percent of black children were born to single women, compared with just 3.07 percent of white children. He was accused of racism, blaming the victims, etc.

Forty-nine years later, 41 percent of all American children are born out of wedlock; almost half of all first births are to unmarried women, as are 54 percent and 72 percent of all Hispanic and black births, respectively. Is there anyone not blinkered by ideology or invincibly ignorant of social science who disagrees with this…

But gasp. Where to begin? How about the premise that this was a clinic on the Inner City people. They’re the folks whose freewheeling lives present to Paul Ryan a national cultural problem. But it turns out the same troubling things are going on all across the whole country? In rural Oklahoma, and in suburban Kankakee? The ethnics done licked everybody’s spoons, I take it. One of those mulattoes got on The Dating Game and started coughing, now everybody wants to have sex before marriage. Bad things come from yer bottom, some people think. I myself think you’re picking on a small group of Americans because…hmm. I wonder why. That’s my occupation. My spider sense is be tingling.

In the 1960s, as the civil rights movement dismantled barriers to opportunity, there began a social regression driven by the explosive growth of the number of children in single-parent families.

Smack my gob. What a wonder of conservative intellectual ignominy. Dismantled barriers, dot dot dot, listen to me now – don’t leave me hanging – here it comes wait for it: Social Regression. I have never read anything so nasty in my life. The civil rights movement bastardized America. Let the bottom 20% of the country vote and what do you get? Gang-banging orphans. Thank you Martin Luther King. This is what happens when you allow the hip-hop crowd into Harvard.

Next March, serious people will be wondering why the problem Moynihan articulated half a century earlier has become so much worse while so much else — including the astonishingly rapid receding of racism and discrimination — has become so much better.

Exhibit A: George Will.

One reason is what Moynihan called “the leakage of reality from American life.” Judging by the blend of malice, ignorance and intellectual sloth in the left’s reaction to Ryan’s unexceptionable remarks, the leak has become, among some factions, a cataract.

Intellectual sloth. My lord, let the words stand there on their own. On the page, to Murgatroid. Paul Ryan thinks “inner city” Americans are parasites, George Will hangs a cross-cultural trend on the civil rights movement, and…? Can’t you see? Like, whew.

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Did you see that? You DIDN’T? My God, you should have seen that.

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Writing in the New York Post, John Podhoretz: “Obama’s failed foreign policy just another drag on Democrats.” He begins his treatise by wondering aloud, then he steps forward to answer himself. Frankly it’s all of a surprise:

What could Vladimir Putin’s seizure of Crimea possibly have to do with the upcoming midterm elections in the United States? Indirectly, a very great deal.

There are a great many words that follow here, but first, my foot. Crimea is on the other side of the world. It’s inches from Russia, it’s full of Russians, and for seventy-something years it was run by Russian bureaucrats. Back in the 50′s Kruschev handed Soviet Crimea to the Ukraine provincial authorities, and did your father ever make a fuss about it? I’m thinking not. The Ukrainians are shrugging their weary shoulders over this fait accompli, but we Americans are supposed to be EXCEPTIONAL angry. It’s time we mounted a war campaign and gave Putin the finger – weakness, people! Clap-clap, wouldn’t want to show weakness, would we?

And yet, even if Republican politicians don’t take the lead in pressing the argument, there is strong reason to believe Barack Obama will be held accountable for the Crimean disaster by voters — and that Democratic candidates will pay the price in November.

Just smell the vichyssoise. Mmm. Who doesn’t like vichyssoise? You would love to have some vichyssoise…

Even the haunting confusion over the missing Malaysian aircraft, for which no rational person could hold our president responsible, is surely contributing to a general sense that the world is coming unglued — and that the president is hunting around under his desk for a glue stick he hopes one of his predecessors might have left there for him.

Can’t blame him for a plane crash, but do you really feel good about this? I know I don’t. It’s as if, I don’t know, everything is somehow different. Someone should probably be held accountable.

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This week’s lesson in gun safety (#13)

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For this week’s lesson in how obviously safe guns are and how clearly responsible gun owners can be we travel to Davidson County, Tennessee. Where we defer to firearms safety officer Robert Goodner.

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – A teenager is fighting for his life after police say a friend mishandled a loaded gun.

According to police, 18-year-old William Blackwell was visiting a home on the 2300 block of Woodridge Drive on Monday night when the shooting happened.

Witnesses told police Blackwell was holding a .25 caliber pistol that belonged to 18-year-old Robert Goodner when Goodner told Blackwell the safety was off and asked for the gun back.

WOAH there buddy. Haven’t you noticed? I gave it to you with the safety off. It isn’t wise to handle a gun with the safety off. Here, why don’t you give it back to me and I’ll see if I can’t…

Goodner told police he mishandled the gun after it was given back to him and it went off, hitting Blackwell in the neck.

Blackwell was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center after first responders performed lifesaving measures at the scene, police said.

“He messed up. That was his best friend. His best friend,” said Goodner’s older brother, Dtwan Moore.

…sever a major artery. Cover the floor with your blood. Challenge the on-call surgery team to save your life. There’s need to thank me, we’re pals, remember?

This is not the Goodner family’s first time dealing with teenage gun violence, and his mother is now speaking out after this accidental shooting.

“It was an accident, but still, why have guns?” said mother Samika Goodner.

WHAT? Who let her in here?

Last April, police arrested Samika’s step-son, Eric Goodner, after he was accused of shooting and killing Pearl-Cohn student Jonathan Johnson at a bus stop.

“I try to talk to my boys and teach them, but you can only do so much,” Samika Goodner said.

The mother said the gun violence needs to stop.

“I remember when I was growing up, we fought. There wasn’t no guns, but now it’s young boys toting guns and stuff. It’s not good,” she said. “Just teach your kids guns is not the way. They’re not the way.”

Ha ha ha. Guns are not the way, that’s really precious. This woman must be some kinda lunatic. I suppose she could also be from a foreign country, like Australia, where they banned guns and saw the homicide and suicide rates drop by 60%. From this we once again conclude: The more guns you have, the safer your best friend is.

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Because the Irish have a great friend, as you know, in Rupert Murdoch

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Oh no. We Irish have hard feelings about something somewhere. If only a billionaire could come to our rescue.

Thuigim? No fays in our religious parade. Either that or we don’t drink Guinness, which is a small price to pay for me and my people because we don’t really care for its timeless raven warmth, like mother’s milk. We might also not sleep or sunburn casually or start fights about every useless thing on the planet.

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This week’s #12 lesson in gun safety

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For this week’s [from two years ago, but go with it] twelfth lesson in how obviously safe guns are and how clearly responsible gun owners can be we travel to Yakima County, Washington. Where we defer to firearms safety officer Birthday Boy.

SELAH, Wash. — It was at a home on South Wenas Road that a young mother was shot and killed by her own son. But, it wasn’t on purpose. The Sheriff’s office says he fired accidentally.

The 17-year-old Selah boy got the nine-millimeter handgun as a gift. It fired while he was handling the weapon. After passing through a wall, the bullet hit his mom, Vonda Willis-Jean, in the head. She died shortly after in the hospital.

He opened the box. Seconds later he was orphaned. Try doing that with a Hula Hoop, sports fans. If this isn’t the best birthday: finding your mother’s brains scattered on the kitchen floor. Sorry, ma, my bad. I’m not exactly an expert with this machine you just gave me, you know? I’m not Sergeant Rock, I’m just a junior in high school. I was gonna see my first R-rated film tonight but I suppose I could spend the evening with the Coroner instead. Precious memories.

In the Seattle area, there were three other accidental shootings in the last three weeks. Two of those killed two children under eight years old. Now, some state lawmakers are questioning current gun laws.

Now the numbers:

In 2012, more people were seriously hurt by accidental gunshots in Washington state than in any previous year in nearly a generation.

Hospitals here admitted 122 people with “unintentional firearm” injuries that year, the latest for which data is available. Hundreds more were treated in emergency rooms but not admitted. More still were wounded in accidents that were not classified as such.

It was the highest injury tally since 1995 and 30 percent higher than the average over that period, according to a Seattle Times analysis of state Health Department records. The state’s population grew about half that much over that time.

State officials and local law-enforcement authorities say the surge may correspond to a soaring rise in gun ownership.

In 2012, licensed firearm dealers in Washington conducted 519,209 background checks for gun sales — three times the number a decade earlier, according to a federal database.

This is the point I’ve been trying to make. After January 2009, when the Black Guy became president, firearm sales went through the roof. But we didn’t respond properly or sanely, with any matching gun safety laws. Now we have an epidemic of guns being cleared, or being cleaned, or being looked at, or being sneezed at, and unsuspecting Americans getting their brains blown out. Probably 1/4 of these victims are children. We should do something about this, right?

Yeah, well here’s one thing you can do. If there’s an accidental discharge of a firearm, the owner gets locked in jail for two weeks. This is what the penal-ly obsessed call a ‘Mandatory Minimum.” The idiot does 14 days in the county lockup, no excuses. Your two year old fires your Sig Sauer, you go to jail. Period. If you fail to report an accidental shooting, you go for two months. If someone gets injured because of an accidental shooting, you go for one year. No bargaining, no whining, no pleading, you go to jail you stay in jail you fester in jail because you have sinned. It’s right and fair and just.

And what will happen? Well, let’s start with the the way it’s always been, for two centuries: Men, women and children every year have been mauled and murdered by the hundreds, more likely thousands, in America with no one ever suffering the consequences. No other crime in this country gets this sort of deference. We’re nice people, we wouldn’t want to hurt anyone’s tender feelings, would we? Right. But with mandatory sentencing everything changes. You’ll see all the local stalwarts being thrown in jail – the clueless police chief, the careless Pastor, the rickety gun safety expert. They’ll have dead children, they’ll have wounded friends, exactly as before, but now they’ll have to rot in jail. Their mug shots will be plastered on the local paper’s front page. Because these people have done permanent damage to society. They pay the price just like any other criminal.

This isn’t post-modern polemics, it’s only the way it’s supposed to be. It’s time the law caught up with reality. You can’t “accidentally” shoot anybody, or kill anybody, or sever their spinal chords, or blow their hands off without being handcuffed, photographed and thrown in the clink. And you can’t leave your Glock on the kitchen table any more than you can leave a hand grenade. If you want a gun, then you want the responsibility as well. Take heed America…

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Michele Bachmann tired of being gang-banged by lesbian politics

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Battered and bruised but she’s holding on.

Still reeling from the demise of Arizona’s “right-to-discriminate” bill, Michele Bachmann said last week that she is tired of gay people “bullying” her and the American people…

“There’s nothing about gays in there, but the gay community decided to make this their measure,” Bachmann said.

It’s weird that the gays would randomly decide to fondle and sodomize this helpless measure. What was it that attracted them so fiercely to it?

The Center for Arizona Policy, which wrote the bill, and the bill’s sponsor, Sen. Steve Yarbrough, R-Chandler, have said the bill is in response to a New Mexico lawsuit in which a wedding photographer was sued after she declined to take pictures of a same-sex couple’s commitment ceremony. The bill would provide a legal defense for an Arizona photographer in such a situation, according to bill sponsors.

The supple buttocks of its politics, perhaps. Who knows?

“And the thing that I think is getting a little tiresome is the gay community have so bullied the American people and they have so intimidated politicians that politicians fear them and they think they get to dictate the agenda everywhere. Well, not with the Constitution you don’t.”

Now there’s something I’d like to see. An argument between Bachmann’s Constitution and that other one. The latter is concerned with equality, a political concept much on the minds of America’s early political thinkers. The former is concerned with Christian victimhood, a political posture going back to the early slaveholders, who worked tirelessly to end slavery.

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How the Koch Brothers use cancer survivors for propaganda

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What is Harry Reid talking about?

“It’s too bad that they’re [Charles and David Koch] trying to buy America, and it’s time that the American people spoke out against this terrible dishonesty of these two brothers who are about as un-American as anyone I can imagine,” Reid said on the Senate floor.

He’s talking about this. Cue soap opera soundtrack:

I was diagnosed with leukemia. I found out I only have a 20 percent chance of surviving. I found this wonderful doctor and a great health care plan. I was doing fairly well fighting the cancer, fighting the leukemia, and then I received a letter. My insurance was canceled because of Obamacare. Now, the out-of-pocket costs are so high, it’s unaffordable. If I do not receive my medication, I will die.

Obamacare is so expensive the poor woman can no longer buy her cancer medication. Now she’s resigned herself to death. Except, as Harry noted, that’s not really what you might call “true.”

Julie Boonstra, 49, starred last month in an emotional television ad sponsored by Americans for Prosperity that implied Democratic U.S. Rep. Gary Peters’ vote for the Affordable Care Act made her medication so “unaffordable” she could die…

Boonstra said Monday her new plan she dislikes is the Blue Cross Premier Gold health care plan, which caps patient responsibility for out-of-pocket costs at $5,100 a year, lower than the federal law’s maximum of $6,350 a year. It means the new plan will save her at least $1,200 compared with her former insurance plan she preferred that was ended under Obamacare’s coverage requirements.

That her new policy is less “unaffordable” than her previous one undercuts AFP’s epic tale of life and death. The heroic cancer survivor was apparently getting weepy on TV for no reason. Thanks to the Kochs’ propaganda impresarios, we’re stuck with the lasting impression that Julie isn’t exactly the sharpest tool in the healthcare shed.

Boonstra’s old plan cost $1,100 a month in premiums or $13,200 a year, she previously told The News. It didn’t include money she spent on co-pays, prescription drugs and other out-of-pocket expenses.

By contrast, the Blues’ plan premium costs $571 a month or $6,852 for the year. Since out-of-pocket costs are capped at $5,100, including deductibles, the maximum Boonstra would pay this year for all of her cancer treatment is $11,952.

When advised of the details of her Blues’ plan, Boonstra said the idea that it would be cheaper “can’t be true.”

“I personally do not believe that,” Boonstra said.

The numbers don’t lie, my dear. If death itself hangs in the balance between your income and your healthcare expenses, as you swore in that dramatic ad, then Obamacare may have just saved your life. I’m sure you’ll realize this soon enough and will be as demonstratively grateful as you were once angry and blaming. At any rate, you’re welcome.

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A Daily Show corker

game over man game over

Obamacare will bankrupt our country and ruin the best healthcare delivery system in the world. Really? This might be the best Daily Show segment ever, with Aasif Mandvi.


I never understood the “If you give it to everyone then you’ll ruin it” argument. The Republicans’ best business-titan buddies brew Budweiser by the millions of gallons. They make Ford Mustangs as long as there’s demand. Why doctors won’t know what to do after poor folks are let through the door, I don’t know.

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This week’s #11 lesson in gun safety

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For this week’s eleventh lesson in how obviously safe guns are and how clearly responsible gun owners can be we travel to Montague County, Texas. Where we defer to firearms safety officer Mike Underwood.

An 18-year-old Sanger youth was sentenced to five years’ probation Monday after pleading guilty to criminally negligent homicide for the fatal shooting of a friend during a hunting outing in August.

Under added probation terms, Michael Bryce Underwood must finish high school and speak at a gun safety class within the year, according to Paige Williams, Montague County district attorney.

From this we once again conclude: The more guns you have, the safer your best friend is.

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This week’s #10 lesson in gun safety

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For this week’s tenth lesson in how obviously safe guns are and how clearly responsible gun owners can be we travel to Fairfield County, Ohio. Where we defer to firearms safety officer Terry Dunlap Sr.

LANCASTER, Ohio — A firearms instructor accidentally shot a student while teaching a gun-safety class on Saturday in Fairfield County to people seeking permits to carry concealed weapons.

Terry J. Dunlap Sr., who runs a shooting range and training center at 6995 Coonpath Rd. near Lancaster, was demonstrating a handgun when he fired a .38-caliber bullet that ricocheted off a desk and into student Michael Piemonte’s right arm.

Dunlap, 73, also is a long-time Violet Township trustee who is running for re-election in November.

Yesterday, Piemonte said he feels lucky, and it could have been worse.

It could have been worse. The safety instructor could have shot his balls. But Dunlap wasn’t even looking in the kid’s direction at the time, and it’s not like he’s Annie Oakley. Shooting a student’s balls is harder than you think.

He and his wife, Allison, both 26 and residents of Pataskala in Licking County, attended the daylong concealed-carry class together.

“My wife was sitting just inches away from me,” he said. “It could have easily hit her.”

Dunlap apparently didn’t know that the gun was loaded, Piemonte said — “That’s my guess.”

Good guess. Excellent guess. But what did you expect from a firearms safety expert? Did you think Terry might not come damn close to shooting all your balls? I mean, c’mon. From this we once again conclude: The more guns you have, the safer your safety is.

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