Thursday, October 11, 2007

WHILE THE SHOTS WERE RINGING OUT IN CLEVELAND

........I wonder if anybody was thinking about keeping Tort Fund expenditures low.

9 Comments:

At 10:49 AM, October 11, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What do you suggest?

 
At 11:03 AM, October 11, 2007, Blogger TOOKIE said...

I know my 7 yr old could take the "Security" guy out at her school . An Adult like myself could do it in 3 secs ......


We can't regulate CRAZY !

We have laws already against shooting people ......


We have gun control laws




The chaos theory takes over and like a freak car wreck .....



Crazy will happen

 
At 6:11 PM, October 11, 2007, Blogger UMRBlog said...

Magnetometers still show metal objects passing through. Hard targets get hit last.

 
At 6:16 PM, October 11, 2007, Blogger UMRBlog said...

1049,

Identify threats (freaking kids with guns is an identifiable threat). Spend money to deter and/or deflect those threats. Some of that activity involves teachers and janitors and secretaries and nurses having security work as part of their duties. Identify that work, quantify it, and pay them for it out of security funds.

It's not fair to kids in urban schools to have no perimeter security. It's gotta be paid for somehow. I fail to see anything wrong with a dedicated, accountable fund.

I don't even know if Tort Fund reasoning is applicable in Ohio. I was trying to provoke thought about school security and its price tag. I hope I have.

 
At 6:44 PM, October 11, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071012/ap_on_re_us/school_shooting;_ylt=AvGePVDsToUtEVNnz9fM0BpvzwcF



Ap WIRE ..said School admin was notified .metal detecs weren't on

Sounds like Admin failure NOT needed money



lazy to log in

tookie

 
At 5:00 AM, October 12, 2007, Blogger TOOKIE said...

http://www.allthenewsthatfitsourbent.blogspot.com/


My pinko commie flag is flying "high" again

 
At 1:01 PM, October 12, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The problem with this incident was the lack of police involvement. They were at the kids house the day before because of shots being fired. Wouldn't you think they would have done a little checking or maybe removed the guns from the home??? Next we could think about arming a few teachers in every school.

 
At 1:08 PM, October 12, 2007, Blogger UMRBlog said...

How many search warrants you think they had?

It is more effective to protect one target than to interdict 1500 bullets.

 
At 4:09 PM, October 12, 2007, Anonymous Sean Heeger said...

not sure what good the security guy is against deadly weapons such as hands and feet.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=P8mBe0_Ha78

 

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