I made this video, and it's not about bullying. Many shallow and pedestrian conclusions of mass shootings are bullying this and bullying that. The truht of the matter is, it happens because the shooter wanted to kill, somewhere down the line, in some respect, it was planted there, and it grew and it grew, call it what you will, but the bullying, the social exclusion, and even the shooting itself are just side effects and fallout of something much more formative.
And I hate the talk of gun control, from both ends of the argument, the truth of the matter is that the gun is a tool, and that tool is to send high velocity projectiles into it's target. Some wanna just put a round into some beer cans, sheet wood, and watermelons, fun sunday, wrap it up, go home, eat roast. Others want to feel a sense of control behind the gun, they choose the same method, same tools, chamber a .223, aim down the same sights, but there's no beer cans, or sheet wood, this man had different plans, and he picked the perfect tool contemporarily. He wanted to do this, he just so happened to pick up a semi-automatic Bushmaster AR-15. As a prisoner of Folsom would pick up a Colgate tooth brush for teeth brushing and make a shank for flank-shanking.
You take away the Bushmaster, he buys a Mossberg instead, take that away, he buys bolt action .308, take that, he buys the same gun in .22. Take that, he's packing a bag full of knives, and he walks to a crowded social event, and he starts knifing. He's gonna kill, and he's gonna use any tools available.
The gun control freaks gotta realize this and stop toning all these firearms down as if a massacre is gonna be affected by whether the 10 ductaped mags to him are 15 rounds instead of 20. And gun lavas gotta stop being so sensitive to the portrayal of their past time in a fucking movie about the subject, yes it sucks you're getting your past time watered down over and over , but control freaks and gun enthusiasts both need to stop their bickering, and stop focusing so much on the little tools used, and pool into looking at the real tool used, the person's mind...