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Anonymous asked:

I'm like 99.9% sure "Lynn Ann" is a tranny. Nothing wrong with it, but I've seen her pics on fb and threres no way she's a natural woman.

ericharrisblog answered:

That I can’t pronounce cause I have no idea. For me she is a woman no matter if she born that way or not. And like you said and very well is nothing wrong with that. If someone born in the wrong body and want to change, good for them. What is more important is their happiness :)

To the anon; just in case you weren’t aware, the term “tranny” is extremely derogatory and offensive. It would be like calling a gay person “faggot” or a black person the n-word.  Also the term “natural woman” implies trans women are abnormal, the term your looking for is cisgender, or cis, (the opposite of transgender - if you aren’t transgender, or non-binary, you are cis).

Lynn Ann doesn’t set off my “trans-dar” , she just looks like she has implants.

Edit- a different anon said something about Lynn Ann having botched plastic surgery, so that could definitely explain why she looks odd.

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Mel Bernstein tells the police that Eric tried to buy a gun but he didn’t sell them cause they were too young.

Interesting to note that the back wall has several Tec-9 pistols and a hi-point carbine as well. I wonder if their trip to Mel’s informed their later decision to get those two specific weapons. I had always kinda assumed they just got the carbine and the tec-9 because that was what was available to them, after discovering how difficult it would be to get Calico smgs.

thedragonrampant

This whole article pisses me off.

"This phenomena is relatively recent to modern America because the culture of tolerance, morals, and values has dramatically changed."

Seriously? It’s changed for the WORSE??? Oh gee, if only we could go back to those wonderful non-violent days where there were still morals and tolerance and values, where black people were lynched and women had less rights, and lgbt people were sent to jail, and the crime rate was higher than it is now, and the mentally ill were locked up for ever and given shock treatments and lobotomies. Truly, they were a less violent, more moral time where there was tolerance and values.

For specifics as to what causes school shootings, she blames:

*”Decline of religion”

* Violent games and movies

* Divorce

* Single mothers

* The working poor

She also blames the parents of shooters as being incompetent self absorbed horrible parents, so that’s real nice of her.

She says that bullying has little to do with the motivation of shooters.

Also says that EVERY shooter she researched was on anti-depressants at the time of the shooting, which is either complete bull shit, or she only researched those that fit her confirmation bias.

"Does a 6-year-old have rage or are they modeling behavior seen from parents, TV, movies, games?" Must be movies and games, I’ve never met a 6 year old who was angry or threw tantrums or had difficulty coping and expressing their feelings; I’ve never met an immature, childish 6 year old.

Also, for a psychologist, I’m surprised she uses “maniacal” rather than the term manic, and believes psychopaths exist.

misandry-mermaid

chillona:

THEY CAN ALL FUCKING ROT IN HELL THEY ALL FUCKING DESERVE TO DIE THE MOST PAINFUL AND SLOWEST DEATH

Umm. You know James Holmes IS actually mentally ill and suffered from psychosis right? Also, Adam was dead by the time the first police officer arrived on the scene, “he was not immediately attacked” because he was fucking dead already, police didn’t come across him and try to talk him out of it for a minute or two while he mowed kids down then shot himself, he was already dead. Also, I’ve never heard anyone in the media “defending his actions” by blaming his mental illness (or defending what he did period, or even defending him and saying he’s a human being), I’ve only heard people bring up his mental health in order to say ‘such and such people should be forcibly medicated or involuntarily committed’. The majority opinion in regards to Adam and James is the same as yours that they deserve to die. Being an ableist shit and wishing slow painful death on mentally ill people isn’t going to dismantle white privilege, if anything, it’s only going to dismantle the rights of people who are disabled.

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Anonymous asked:

Can you give a ... advice? What I am supposed to do when everytime when I'm angry I think why not shoot people in school? I don't want to do this but I'm scared someday I'll be angry enough to kill. Is there maybe a site where can I get help?

ericharrisblog answered:

I don’t know if there is a site dear, but I advice you to talk to someone about it, like your parents, or someone who you trust and believe it can help you. Just don’t let those homicidal thoughts take care of you and win. Don’t ruin you life and the people you love because some people made you like that. Your life and future is way more important and don’t let them ruin that okay :)

Talk to a therapist and be very open about it. Especially if you notice it getting worse, moving from thoughts like “Damn I wish I could murder this asshole” to “hmm, I could use my bike lock to keep that door closed.” and “this is how I’ll do it, where I’ll do it, when I’ll do it, and with what.”. Basically try to assess your own risk and see if these thoughts have been getting worse/moving out of fantasy and more into reality; (buying supplies and weapons, researching stopping power of various ammo types, looking into stores where you could buy a gun, thinking seriously about doing it, setting a date, choosing a location, buying the clothes you would wear, making a hit list, etc).

It’s embarrassing and nerve wracking to talk about, but if it gets worse it’ll be even more difficult to talk about. Early on you can get help without legal repercussions, but if you’ve manufactured a bunch of pipe bombs sawn off the barrel of a shotgun you bought illegally and made serious detailed plans things would be different. Don’t worry about being thrown in a mental hospital for the rest of your life, they only put you there if you’re deemed an immediate risk to self or others, and if you do go, it’ll only be for a few days while they asses you. Long gone are the days of year long stays in state hospitals, ala Girl Interrupted, Bell Jar, Cuckoo’s Nest, etc.

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Anonymous asked:

Eric had TOC?

ericharrisblog answered:

Probably yes. Some friends said that when he liked something he was kind of obsessed with it and he was taking Luvox which is also a medicine for OCD or TOC like you called.

What? I could have sworn it was you (maybe it was Vanessa), who just made a big post about how Eric didn’t have OCD, and that it was wrong to infer that he has OCD just because he was on Luvox (which is used to treat depression and anxiety as well as OCD symptoms). He was obsessed with DOOM and computer games but that isn’t OCD, that’s a really strong interest, he was just a nerd who didn’t have anything better to do and used games to express himself and self soothe. OCD isn’t wanting your desk organized a certain way and being really anal about things. OCD isn’t having routines, it’s having rituals. OCD is where you have to open and close a door exactly 27 times before entering your house. It’s accidentally cutting your left index finger while chopping carrots, then having to cut your right index finger so it’s even, then having to re-cut the left hand finger so the cuts are slanted in the same direction. Not that we can diagnose anyone post-mortem, but he had more Borderline PD traits than OCD ones.

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Anonymous asked:

How many clips (for their guns) did they have on April 20th?

ericharrisblog answered:

Well Eric shot 121 times and Dylan 67 times, making a total of 188 shots. And I still believe they had many ammo for their guns with them. So I don’t know the exact number but probably many clips.

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c0atimundi:

At least going by the weapons exhibit, Eric had 13 10 round clips for his Hi-Point carbine. This is backed up in the basement tape transcripts “There are thirteen clips on the floor, which Eric says they were purchased at Green Mountain Guns.” Although his receipt says he only ordered 9 and in Robyn Anderson’s statement she says “Eric got a shotgun and a black rifle that he bought clips for.” at the gun show, specifically, 4 10 round clips, as stated in Eric’s journal “and total of 4 - 10 round clips for the carbine” on 11/22/98, he also wrote on 12/17/98 “Well tomorrow I’ll be ordering 9 more 10 round clips for my carbine.”. I’m guessing the person who transcribed the BTs assumed Eric meant all the clips were from Green Mountain Guns, when he was just been referring to the 9 new ones (without the tapes, obviously we can’t check to see if he’s pointing to specific ones when he says he bought at GMG.) TLDR, Eric had 13 10 round clips (hi-point only makes 10 round clips) 4 of which he bought at the Tanner gun show, and the other 9 he ordered from GMG.

Dylan had a total of 4 magazines, this is noted in his journal drawing of how he would wear his gear, noting a “50” in his tec 9 (his aftermarket [non factory made] 50 round magazine would be the first mag in his tec-9. He took it out and dropped it in the grass after firing a few shots. Presumably his gun jammed and he replaced the magazine, in fact, in the crime scene photo of the magazine in the grass, you can see that it still contains bullets. This is a very common occurrence with the tec-9 in general but especially so when using non factory made magazines, like Dyl’s 50 round one.) and also noted “& 3 other clips” in his left cargo pocket. He states in one of the BTs that he has a “50 round clip, two 36’s, and a 24.”

Also, since all of Eric’s carbine clips only held 10 rounds (he even makes a remark in one of the tapes about this “Eric: (looking directly into the camera) “You’re lucky it doesn’t hold more ammo.”” Can we stop repeating the same misinformation from Jeff Kass that “Harris fired about 10 shots from his rifle at Gardner before his gun jammed.” His gun didn’t jam, that’s just how many bullets his clips held. It’s a small detail, like saying duster instead of trench coat (Harris himself refers to their coats as dusters in his journal), but why wouldn’t we strive to be more accurate in our information.

But don’t forget that Eric got more ammo for his rifle the night before from Mark Manes. So he had more than that for his rifle that day :)

True, but ammo doesn’t mean clips. He said in one of the basement tapes that he still needed more bullets to fill some of his clips. He didn’t get Mark manes to buy him more clips, but more 9mm bullets to put into the clips he already had, 100 for 25$ iirc.

On 4/20/99 Eric took 130 9mm bullets with him, in 13 10 round clips. Dylan took 146 9mm bullets with him, in one 50 round clip, two 36 round clips, and one 24 round clip. As for shotgun rounds, (slugs and buckshot) we can add up the 37 fired shells (25 by Eric and 12 by Dylan) with the 40 un-fired shells seen in the evidence exhibit in the case with Eric’s duster and Dylan’s bdu trousers (we can tell they are Dyl’s pants and not Eric’s because Eric’s suspenders can be seen either clipped onto, or right behind his B.A.R belt in the case (what kind of suspenders they are is difficult to say, but in the cafeteria footage and in the exhibit they look really thick around the shoulder area, as if they were padded like military equipment suspenders, and appear to have some metal snaps on them, so maybe black A.L.I.C.E or LC1 suspenders.). So, all together they carried 77 shotgun shells and still had 40 un-fired shells with them when they killed themselves. I can’t say how many shells they had left individually, because the exhibit has them placed in such a manner that it isn’t clear which un-fired shells belonged to whom. We can tell who used which clip because the clips for the carbine and the clips for the tec-9 are very different in appearance.

We can be even more specific with the 9mm bullets. Together, they brought 276 9mm bullets, fired 151 (96 by Eric, 55 by Dylan), and together had 125 un-fired 9mm bullets left when they killed themselves. To be more precise, Dylan had 91 9mm bullets left, and Eric had 34 left.

As to where the ammo came from, 100 9mm rounds from k-mart bought the day before by Mark Manes, and there must have been some leftovers from the ammo they bought at the Tanner gun show "250 9mm rounds, 15 12ga slugs, 40 shotgun shells", but some amount (no idea exactly how much, they only filmed one of their practices, and are firing Phil and Mark’s guns in some segments) of that was used for practice at the Rampart range. I don’t know where/when they got their other shotgun shells, maybe a separate purchase from green mountain guns? any ideas?

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Anonymous asked:

How many clips (for their guns) did they have on April 20th?

ericharrisblog answered:

Well Eric shot 121 times and Dylan 67 times, making a total of 188 shots. And I still believe they had many ammo for their guns with them. So I don’t know the exact number but probably many clips.

At least going by the weapons exhibit, Eric had 13 10 round clips for his Hi-Point carbine. This is backed up in the basement tape transcripts “There are thirteen clips on the floor, which Eric says they were purchased at Green Mountain Guns.” Although his receipt says he only ordered 9 and in Robyn Anderson’s statement she says “Eric got a shotgun and a black rifle that he bought clips for.” at the gun show, specifically, 4 10 round clips, as stated in Eric’s journal “and total of 4 - 10 round clips for the carbine” on 11/22/98, he also wrote on 12/17/98 “Well tomorrow I’ll be ordering 9 more 10 round clips for my carbine.”. I’m guessing the person who transcribed the BTs assumed Eric meant all the clips were from Green Mountain Guns, when he was just been referring to the 9 new ones (without the tapes, obviously we can’t check to see if he’s pointing to specific ones when he says he bought at GMG.) TLDR, Eric had 13 10 round clips (hi-point only makes 10 round clips) 4 of which he bought at the Tanner gun show, and the other 9 he ordered from GMG.

Dylan had a total of 4 magazines, this is noted in his journal drawing of how he would wear his gear, noting a “50” in his tec 9 (his aftermarket [non factory made] 50 round magazine would be the first mag in his tec-9. He took it out and dropped it in the grass after firing a few shots. Presumably his gun jammed and he replaced the magazine, in fact, in the crime scene photo of the magazine in the grass, you can see that it still contains bullets. This is a very common occurrence with the tec-9 in general but especially so when using non factory made magazines, like Dyl’s 50 round one.) and also noted “& 3 other clips” in his left cargo pocket. He states in one of the BTs that he has a “50 round clip, two 36’s, and a 24.”

Also, since all of Eric’s carbine clips only held 10 rounds (he even makes a remark in one of the tapes about this “Eric: (looking directly into the camera) “You’re lucky it doesn’t hold more ammo.”” Can we stop repeating the same misinformation from Jeff Kass that “Harris fired about 10 shots from his rifle at Gardner before his gun jammed.” His gun didn’t jam, that’s just how many bullets his clips held. It’s a small detail, like saying duster instead of trench coat (Harris himself refers to their coats as dusters in his journal), but why wouldn’t we strive to be more accurate in our information.

sweet-killers

sweet-killers:

fuckyeahdylanklebold:

sweet-killers:

National Geographic broadcasts “90s the great decade” and Columbine is a part of an episode:) it was broadcasted yesterday in my country and will be re-broadcasted today twice :)

But it has Dave Cullen. NOOOOOO! But it also has video of Dyl being cute in the car! :)

Oh no;( dave sullen again? Dayum boy:( thanks for saying, i have not watched yet just someone told me now:( it ll be much better if they invite us to talk about columbine, not dave cullen.

It also has DeAngelis talking about how they weren’t bullied and Newt Gingrich blaming video-games, as well as the FBI profiler continuing the “psychopath and the depressive” BS, backed up by DeAngelis and Cullen. But at least it talks a bit about how Cassie didn’t say yes and how people used the tragedy to push their religious and political agendas.