Santa Barbara Shooter: How Sorority Girls Saved Themselves From Death

Sat, May 24, 2014 3:41pm EDT by 4 Comments 74,791 Article Views
Sanata Barbara Shooter Alph Phi Sorority
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Emily

Posted at 11:25 AM on May 25, 2014  

A couple of Tri Delts were unfortunately victims. Not all sorority girls were safe from this horrible tragedy.

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M

Posted at 10:16 AM on May 25, 2014  

I love too say how deeply sorry I am in Santa Barbara Ca. Shooting shuch a bad horrabul thing this would happen;-( ;-( IDE like too know what went wrong! Also it was those bad Video Games that they play that are hurting them. The bad medicine that the Doctors are makeing them do this. & I like too say all the Parents who lost there prease Young People I’m very sorry ;-( too Elioott ‘s Parents I’m very sorry too your Son shouldn’t of died. It was sad. I thank for losing too me it was very sad seeing this on the News very disturbing too me so sad too watch. It’s those bad Games. I went Golfing I saw 2 young Teen Guys playing these killing games.

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Bill

Posted at 2:49 PM on May 26, 2014  

I play all of the horribly nasty video games. I remember a mission in call of duty modern warfare 2 where they’ve got you walking around killing thousands of Russian civilians. they give you the option of skipping the mission but I did it. I am familiar with a lot of the feelings Elliot felt, but I have never even once considered blaming society. I feel terrible for everyone affected by this tragedy, but getting rid of violent video games will not make the slightest impact in preventing gun violence.

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Morgan

Posted at 2:14 AM on May 25, 2014  

AOE my heart goes out to the sisters of the UCSB chapter

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