Austin shooting again

Burt Gummer

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May 18, 2009
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Hurrah for rap music.


When is the last time George Strait or Kenny Chesney shot up a night club?
Just sayin'.


Maybe if they had some real talent as musicians, the suspects would not have resorted to spraying customers with bullets.
Enjoy prison....morons.
 

Bob Loblaw

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Feb 28, 2008
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Buda, Tx
Hurrah for rap music.


When is the last time George Strait or Kenny Chesney shot up a night club?
Just sayin'.


Maybe if they had some real talent as musicians, the suspects would not have resorted to spraying customers with bullets.
Enjoy prison....morons.
it happens, rarely, but when it does... it's pretty awesome

Country singer Billy Joe Shaver's shooting of a man outside a Texas bar on Saturday was an unprovoked act of violence, according to witnesses. The victim Billy B. Coker, 50, and the witnesses both claim Shaver, 67, shot him in the face after verbally abusing him outside the Papa Joe's Texas Saloon in Lorena. A witness claims in her affidavit that she heard Shaver demanded Coker "Tell me you are sorry", and saying, "Nobody tells me to shut up."
Coker says he had spoke to Shaver for an hour inside the bar where the pair discovered the musician's wife Wanda Lynn was the widow of Coker's cousin.
Coker alleges Shaver demanded the men step outside and said, "Where do you want it?" before shooting him in the cheek.
Earlier this week, Shaver's lawyer Joseph A. Turner claimed his client acted in self-defense when he was approached by a "drunk and aggressive stranger holding a knife " as he left the bar.
Turner admits he is surprised to hear none of the witness accounts mention Coker's alleged knife , saying, "Clearly the witnesses did not see the whole thing if they didn't see the knife ."
Shaver has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and unlawfully carrying a handgun on the premises of a business with a license to sell alcohol for on-premises consumption and released on $50,000 bond.
ok, shooting someone outside of a bar is not the smartest move... but the line "where do you want it?" prior to shooting someone in the face makes me giggle.

edit for pro-tip: When someone asks "where do you want it?" The correct answer is "FOOT!"
 

ebk06

Member
Mar 15, 2009
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Austin
Hurrah for rap music.


When is the last time George Strait or Kenny Chesney shot up a night club?
Just sayin'.


Maybe if they had some real talent as musicians, the suspects would not have resorted to spraying customers with bullets.
Enjoy prison....morons.
what? lol Rap music caused the shooting just as much and country music causes imbreding. That also goes along the lines of someone saying it was the guns fault not the shooters......and so many pro gun people wonder why others can't see past their own close minded anti gun ways.
Pot, Kettle, Black. :banghead:
 

Texas42

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Nov 21, 2008
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what? lol Rap music caused the shooting just as much and country music causes imbreding. That also goes along the lines of someone saying it was the guns fault not the shooters......and so many pro gun people wonder why others can't see past their own close minded anti gun ways.
Pot, Kettle, Black. :banghead:
I know I'm going to start a war here. I don't think that rap music causes violence, and I don't believe the above post did either. The above post simply pointed out that these particular rapsters didn't have any talent.

I just think it doesn't help that such a large portion of rap songs are racist, degrade women, and/or glorify violence.

If it isn't a cause, it certainly is a symptom.
 

Hardball

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May 31, 2009
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If you show up late to your appointment and you get turned down or asked to leave, tough titty said the kitty you're SOL. Get a watch , leave earlier, wake up on time. Why do people think that adding a weapon or two into the equation is going to change the outcome for the better? Additionally, using that weapon to cause harm to an innocent crowd of people is absolutely positively moronic. I support using a weapon for self defense but I don't think anyone's life was threatened before the melee started. Maybe someone got their poor little feelings hurt and would wait to showcase their lively "art".

I still cannot believe they came from La Grange...my birthplace, my hometown where my mom and sisters still call home. I know the last names of the rappers...I may have gone to school with their uncle. What next? I need to arm my Mom.
 

Burt Gummer

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May 18, 2009
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Williamson County
I know I'm going to start a war here. I don't think that rap music causes violence, and I don't believe the above post did either. The above post simply pointed out that these particular rapsters didn't have any talent.

I just think it doesn't help that such a large portion of rap songs are racist, degrade women, and/or glorify violence.

If it isn't a cause, it certainly is a symptom.
At least somebody got the joke...tough crowd here.

My point was that they had no talent and were losers to begin with.
 

robocop10mm

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Jan 9, 2009
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Round Rock
Rap and Music are mutually exclusive terms.

The problem is in left wing Travis County, these two morons will probably get 10 years probation. They were undoubtedly "misunderstood".
 

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