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+ - SF Commuters Stared at Phones, Oblivious to Murderer 3

Submitted by theodp
theodp (442580) writes "A security camera shows a man raised a .45-caliber pistol several times and pointed it across the aisle on a crowded San Francisco Muni train, but not one of the dozens of passengers looked up from their phones and tablets until the man fired a bullet into the back of a SF State student getting off the train. "These weren't concealed movements," said District Attorney George Gascón, "the gun is very clear. These people are in very close proximity with him, and nobody sees this. They're just so engrossed, texting and reading and whatnot. They're completely oblivious of their surroundings.""
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SF Commuters Stared at Phones, Oblivious to Murderer

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  • Step right up 7 shots for 5 tokens, knock over 7 ducks and win a smartphone.
    This explains the recent zombie trends too.
    New medications are slowly turning people to zombies with alien brainwave entrainment technology put into smart phones by the likes of Apple, Samsung, Motorola, and others in other to finally gain control of the Repubmocrat party. Then they will have a country to continue to attack the rest of the world from.
    The medical and technology corporations in conjunctions with the phone companies ar

  • by sjames (1099)


  • Carrying/wearing a gun in San Francisco seems nothing unusual , why train passengers should bother about it ? Shooting someone is less common, but not totally unexpected. Beside that, i'm wonder if there's a NRA app... (How is sad that my first post on the beta make fun about a murder...)

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