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sjfrellc
12-29-2012, 18:52
Adam Lanza in my opinion was not a "high functioning autistic" other wise known as Asperger's Syndrome. IMHO he was a low functioning autistic and ruined the 2nd Amendment for those that think that the Amendment is primarily for the defense of a tyrannical government.

Not that there is anything wrong about being autistic. Just don't change the playing field because someone not supposed to kill people actually committed a crime against humanity and will change things for law abiding self defense advocates.

Case in point this illustration of his behavior and the fact that his warm fingers should have never been allowed to touch the trigger of AR-15 and that a new law could have never protected against it.

http://wtvr.com/2012/12/20/adam-lanza-haircut/


" By Wayne Drash
NEWTOWN, Connecticut (CNN) — Bob Skuba is a whirl of energy. Outspoken, loud and opinionated, he’s the embodiment of East Coast bravado.
He’s got a new distinction now: He was Adam Lanza’s barber.
… I used to cut the killer’s hair …
It’s hard to process. Skuba was clipping hair on Friday at Robert Anthony’s Hair Salon, the shop he, his mom and sister have run for the last 13 years.
First one police car drove by. Then two. Then five. Then 10, followed by 10 undercover police cars.
Then, word came of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School — and who had carried it out.
That kid used to sit right here, in this barber chair.
You’re sitting in the chair where he used to sit and get a haircut, he tells a visitor on Tuesday.
Skuba puts his hand on the black barber chair.
That sick, son of a …
The barber shakes his head.
Lanza would sit with his head straight down, his eyes adrift, never making eye contact. Skuba would run clippers through his hair like a buzz saw.
The kid was about 12 when he first came to the shop. His mom would bring him in, every four weeks, over the next five years.
People would tell the barber not to talk with the kid, that he was a strange bird.
But Skuba’s not one to keep his mouth shut. He can’t stop talking for more than 15 seconds.
How you doing? How’s school? What you been up to lately?
His mom, Nancy Lanza — who Lanza killed at her house before his school rampage — would jump in and answer for her son.
He’s not in school. I’m homeschooling.
Lanza would not say a word. Every now and then, he’d mumble something. His mother was the boss. She’d pipe up when the barber asked Adam if he liked his haircut.
I don’t like it, Mom would say. Cut it shorter, trim his sideburns.
When the haircut was done, the barber would tell Lanza it was time to get up. But he’d just sit there, like he was still getting clipped.
His mom would grab him by the arm and yank him up.
It’s time to go, Adam. Your haircut is done.
The boy would listen to his mother. Always, always, always. Never would he disobey her.
The barber would stand there, his eyes raised at the weirdness of it all.
What the *******?
The barber’s sister would tell him there was something wrong with Lanza, that he wasn’t right.
Skuba never knew what exactly was wrong. Lanza never looked like he was dangerous. He didn’t seem like the type, a nerdy teen with oversized dress shirts buttoned to the top.
Never, never did he think the kid would do this.
He had to be possessed by the devil. I don’t care how messed up you are. No one shoots a child 11 times.
About three years ago, the haircuts stopped. The barber thought Adam must have moved to a different town. His mom was always punctual with setting up his haircuts, a real regular.
The salon is just across the street from St. Rose of Lima, a Roman Catholic Church. On Tuesday, the church bid farewell to 6-year-old Jessica Rekos.
Skuba stood out front and watched as the hearse, under heavy police escort, pulled out and the funeral procession headed to the cemetery.
Distraught, he shook his head. Never could he have imagined.
Inside his shop, he stood at the chair where he’d cut Adam Lanza’s hair so many times over the years.
“It’s just weird that I actually touched him. That’s the worst part about it — that he was in one of our chairs. I’d try to joke with him. He wouldn’t even look at me.”
Admittedly, he has a terrible thought.
He wishes he’d have killed Adam.
“I wish I would’ve killed him then,” he says. “Or he should have killed himself a long time ago. He would’ve saved us all the trouble. … He should’ve run in front of a bus, or some other type of terrible death he should’ve done to himself.
“It would’ve saved all those kids and parents the trouble. I should’ve slipped and stabbed him by accident. It would’ve been a lot better for those people.”
Skuba’s not sure if he cut the hair of any of the slain children. He hasn’t let his mind go there.
I don’t really want to talk about that.
He’s lived in Newtown for more than 30 years. He puts down his clippers.
Then, he sighs."











Evil is a evil does. Don't take away the right of law abiding citizens to defend against evil with self defense firearms. Keep them out of the hands of those who are not capable of responsibility.

janice6
12-29-2012, 19:02
The barber wishes he had killed kid before the mass killing because the kid was mentally deficient.....

Says more about the barber than the kid.

Yes this was a tremendous tragedy, but killing a person before the fact...............

so, tell me. How do we pick out the ones that will kill.....The barber would have been on the list.

happyguy
12-29-2012, 19:26
The barber wishes he had killed kid before the mass killing because the kid was mentally deficient.....

Says more about the barber than the kid.

Yes this was a tremendous tragedy, but killing a person before the fact...............

so, tell me. How do we pick out the ones that will kill.....The barber would have been on the list.

I don't think that's where he was going with that. I think he just feels helpless in the face of it all and feels guilt that he couldn't do anything about it.

Regards,
Comrade Happyguy :)

dino1
12-29-2012, 19:31
I heard Bloomberg is going to ban hands due to all these subway shovings going on in NY....

Lampshade
12-29-2012, 19:33
The barber wishes he had killed kid before the mass killing because the kid was mentally deficient.....

Uh, he wishes he killed him because he went on to murder 20 some people.

dango
12-29-2012, 19:33
I buy my eggs by the dozen and one egg is only one egg ! We are many and they can not and will not ignore us if we voice and unite ! E-mails , letters , NRA , fax solid black sheets of paper to all agencies , (I like that) ..........Hmmmm..! :supergrin:

MarinePride
12-29-2012, 19:50
Throughout history the many have paid the price for the acts of a few. This will be no different, as this was the tipping point.

sjfrellc
12-29-2012, 19:51
The barber wishes he had killed kid before the mass killing because the kid was mentally deficient.....

Says more about the barber than the kid.

Yes this was a tremendous tragedy, but killing a person before the fact...............



What don't you understand about the fact that he is saying this in retrospect because he feels anguish?

so, tell me. How do we pick out the ones that will kill.....The barber would have been on the list.


Easy Peasy, we enlist Tom Cruise, Precogs and Beretta 9000s'! :rofl:

OTOH don't punish the innocent for the actions of the psychotic/evil/guilty non-law abiding citizens. Liberty and justice for most.

sjfrellc
12-29-2012, 19:58
Throughout history the many have paid the price for the acts of a few. This will be no different, as this was the tipping point.

Let's change that by defining the few and protecting the many.

dango
12-29-2012, 20:03
The tipping point and the price to be paid will be on the line on both sides here , as in POLITICAL CAREER ! As they were voted in , they can be ousted !.........:steamed: