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Mall Signs Might as Well Read ‘Please Shoot Me’

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Perhaps it was our education system that simply failed to teach him how to read. How else do we explain the fact that he did not obey the clearly posted signs at the entrances to the mall that state, “No concealed weapons allowed”? He must not have been able to read those signs. Otherwise, surely he would have obeyed the law.

Read Original at: Human Events.com


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