I see why Hollywood is afraid of firearms - Alec Baldwin kills set employee

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Pictured, the experienced gun wrangler instructing an 11 year old child:

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She was also seen loading revolvers by placing them on the ground and then somehow wrangling the 'blanks' in.
This just proves her "experience" and "expertise". Look how well protected they are ... from the flu.

This picture is just too painful. Ouch.

Didn't I read somewhere that she said she almost turned down the job because she felt unprepared and not ready to be a prop master with guns? Somebody find it for me, I am too lazy.
 

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You know what’s sad about this? That guy feels more remorse about this than Baldwin.
Are you by chance clairvoyant? You can read minds and look into a person's heart and know what they are thinking or feeling?

You, nor anyone else knows whether he feels remorse or regret about this incident. Personally, I think you are projecting your own hatred of Baldwin to influence your perceptions about what he says about the incident. IMO, you are allowing your personal feelings about Baldwin to shape your opinions about this incident.
 

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Are you by chance clairvoyant? You can read minds and look into a person's heart and know what they are thinking or feeling?

You, nor anyone else knows whether he feels remorse or regret about this incident. Personally, I think you are projecting your own hatred of Baldwin to influence your perceptions about what he says about the incident. IMO, you are allowing your personal feelings about Baldwin to shape your opinions about this incident.
Axxe, I get what you are saying and usually agree with you.
In the case of Baldwin, he has been such a consistent, outspoken, belligerent libtard for so long, it's difficult to cut him any slack. He certainly doesn't hold HIS tongue and continuously spews his intolerance and hatred without any restraint or mercy for others who are suffering - simply because they have a different opinion than he does.
Rest assured, if the shoe was on the other foot, he would be nailing whoever it was that pulled that trigger without giving it a thought.
 

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Axxe, I get what you are saying and usually agree with you.
In the case of Baldwin, he has been such a consistent, outspoken, belligerent libtard for so long, it's difficult to cut him any slack. He certainly doesn't hold HIS tongue and continuously spews his intolerance and hatred without any restraint or mercy for others who are suffering - simply because they have a different opinion than he does.
Rest assured, if the shoe was on the other foot, he would be nailing whoever it was that pulled that trigger without giving it a thought.
I totally understand what you are saying about Baldwin's personality and demeanor for the most part, and I have seen his past behavior as well. But even given that, that doesn't mean he isn't remorseful, or regretting the event that happened that day.

And I also agree, if the shoe were on the other foot, it's very likely that he would act just as you describe.

But, this tragic incident, could be a turning point in his life. And someone to say he Baldwin has no remorse about this incident, without knowing him personally, IMO is just projection their own hatred about Baldwin with little regard to truth or facts.

At this point, until facts or the truth say otherwise, I'll give him the benefit of the doubt as far as his feelings and emotions.
 

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Pictured, the experienced gun wrangler instructing an 11 year old child:

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Probably not her since it is a different tattoo on Right Arm.
 

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And, I agree he is most likely feeling remorse. In his case however, I'm sure the remorse is more likely driven more by the way this course of events is impacting HIM in a negative way - rather than the victims. In other words, I believe he probably feels that he is a victim of circumstance.
I can agree with that as well. In no way am I saying, or implying he should be absolved of responsibility for his actions, but I'll bet he would just about wish there was a clarity of moment, to do things in different way than he did that day.
 

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