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Liberal_in_LA Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-09-09 04:05 PM
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27. You guys/gals have good memories!
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  -Parents sue after son is killed with 'prop' gun in school play proud2BlibKansan  May-09-09 02:17 PM   #0 
  - a famous model killed himself playing around with a prop gun..can't recall his name  Liberal_in_LA   May-09-09 02:22 PM   #1 
  - john eric hexum? it was a .45, real gun, IIRC, and he shot himself with a blank,  Gabi Hayes   May-09-09 02:24 PM   #3 
  - here:  Gabi Hayes   May-09-09 02:26 PM   #4 
  - yeah, that's the guy.  Liberal_in_LA   May-09-09 04:04 PM   #26 
  - Jon-Erik Hexum  Bolo Boffin   May-09-09 02:27 PM   #5 
  - You guys/gals have good memories!  Liberal_in_LA   May-09-09 04:05 PM   #27 
  - Brandon Lee was the first that came to mind.  OwnedByFerrets   May-09-09 02:29 PM   #6 
  - why in the world would they ever use a real gun for a school play?  dysfunctional press   May-09-09 02:24 PM   #2 
  - It is just unbelievable.  madaboutharry   May-09-09 02:29 PM   #7 
  - I've long maintained that there is no excuse for having a weapon  Mugu   May-09-09 02:30 PM   #8 
  - Exactly  krispos42   May-09-09 02:41 PM   #18 
  - The article says they thought the school resource officer checked out the gun  proud2BlibKansan   May-09-09 02:32 PM   #11 
  - that doesn't make it any less insane.  dysfunctional press   May-10-09 12:10 AM   #30 
  - Especially since it was "to be used as an off-stage sound effect"  muriel_volestrangler   May-09-09 02:35 PM   #14 
  - Guns aren't dangerous, they're tools.  onehandle   May-09-09 02:46 PM   #20 
     - You are confused.  ManiacJoe   May-10-09 01:27 PM   #33 
  - I cannot understand  LWolf   May-09-09 02:30 PM   #9 
  - Real or fake  proud2BlibKansan   May-09-09 02:33 PM   #12 
  - As it should be.  LWolf   May-09-09 03:45 PM   #24 
     - My DH has some swords from the Civil War  proud2BlibKansan   May-09-09 08:03 PM   #28 
        - As I expect most schools would.  LWolf   May-10-09 07:57 AM   #31 
  - A similar but nonfatal incident happened when I was in college  EFerrari   May-09-09 02:50 PM   #21 
     - That seems to be the common thread;  LWolf   May-09-09 03:43 PM   #23 
        - Twice because, iirc, the group at my school worked with a prop  EFerrari   May-09-09 03:58 PM   #25 
  - They should, and will, receive a large sum from this.  MineralMan   May-09-09 02:31 PM   #10 
  - They make airsoft guns for a reason  krispos42   May-09-09 02:35 PM   #13 
  - since when has shooting a gun been part of the musical "Oklahoma"? nt  msongs   May-09-09 02:36 PM   #15 
  - I was trying to remember that scene too  proud2BlibKansan   May-09-09 02:39 PM   #16 
     - It's a scene between Curly and Jud in Act 1  teenagebambam   May-09-09 02:45 PM   #19 
  - The article at the Salt Lake Tribune link says...  GReedDiamond   May-09-09 02:40 PM   #17 
  - It certainly sounds like an immense  GKirk   May-09-09 03:16 PM   #22 
  - Well, a real gun is going to sound better, but definitely unnecessary for just a school production  HarukaTheTrophyWife   May-09-09 08:11 PM   #29 
  - why not just use a starter pistol and be done with it?  Blue_Tires   May-10-09 09:44 AM   #32 
 

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