“Gun Death” Bat

Why do people have Baseball Bats? You can’t hunt with them!

Investigators from the Cherokee County Sheriff and Coroner’s offices are investigating the death of a man found beaten in a Gaffney apartment.

Seems pretty fruitless to ban guns when a common children’s toy can be used for murder just as easily.

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5 Responses to “Gun Death” Bat

  1. Bob S. says:

    I want to know why the thug didn’t play by the rules.

    1. It should have been a fist fight, right?
    2. He should have only been after their money, right?

    Maybe the anti-rights cultists don’t know what in the world they are talking about.
    Some people will not play by the rules of polite society.

    Notice that other victim was unable to call 911 until AFTER the attack was over. Lots of help the cops were in that case, eh?

  2. mike w. says:

    Why isn’t anyone willing to ban these evil bats? I mean it’s for the children, even if it might inconvenience the little league.

  3. Bubblehead Les says:

    Wasn’t there something on the news a year or so ago about the UK was looking into banning Bats because a lot of the Street Gangs were using that as their Weapon of Choice? Heard that it never got anywhere because some guy on TV took a Saw, cut off a large tree branch, and said “What’s the Difference, or do we have to Ban Cricket Bats also?” Then he walked into a shed, pulled out a spade, cut the handle down a bit, and said “Or are we going to require every who Gardens to register their shovels?”

    • Weerd Beard says:

      A proper-sized rock in a hand can fuck somebody’s shit up about as bad as any gun or nuclear blast…dead is dead. If you want to be a little more imaginative put the stone in a heavy wool sock…or tie a monkey’s fist around it and you have a seriously deadly flail.

      Of course the tyrants of Britain have banned knives…which all one needs is a thin piece of metal, and a rock to rub it against. Or hell just the knowledge of what stone is flint, or obsidian which form naturally sharp edges.

      Its almost like banning tools is a fruitless and stupid effort!

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