Its odd, how in your gun toting utopia, the USA, which has regular gun massacres, I'm aware of very few - if *any* instances of one of the concealed carry heroes actually stopping a massacres by shooting the nutter.
Probably because they realise that when push comes to shove - they aren't John Wayne (who was a draft dodging coward anyway), but rather pants pissing blowhards hiding as best as they can.
There was just one a month or two ago at Pittsburgh's western psychiatric institute. Someone simply walked into a lobby and opened fire. Two dead and seven injured before an officer shot and killed the shooter. How many would it be if everyone else in the area was unarmed? http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/local/breaking/two-dead-seven-injured-in-western-psych-shooting-221520/ On the other hand how many would it be if the shooter was unable to obtain a gun? Food for thought.
If your kid is visiting websites which could give him viruses, then you really need to keep an eye on him.
I didn't turn on the internet filter once when I let my little cousin do some browsing, and he ended up with the flu for a week.
Absolutely. Ars is a bit of an Apple fansite.
Ironic, considering how ars was considered a PC fansite that gave no consideration to Apple only a few years ago.
No amount of careful planning will ever replace dumb luck.