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    • No, but I do have an ARP-rv device to prevent overheating. Since there were at least two different versions of how it started by different news sources, do you happen to know if the paint booth is in that building? No matter how the fire started, a paint booth would probably make it more difficult to control. 
    • You can now do this online on MyDish.
    • You clearly read that article to say some very different things from what I saw in it.  Big changes are coming to Army basic training We (parents) have to share at least share part of the blame.  I expect less from my kids than my folks did.  I know my parents expected less than their parents.  Life and society HAVE gotten easier physically. Recruiting and basic training have to take what is available in the qualified pool (an estimated 60-70% of the American 17-24-year-olds are not qualified), that actually have the propensity to join the military.  We (society and parents) produced those "slugs"
    • If I understand correctly, people who have been ruled mentally ill by a court are not eligible to buy a firearm.  Several years back, this country went to an instant background check.  This system relies on the States reporting those who are convicted felons and who have been adjudicated as mentally ill to be reported to this database.  The problem with labeling people who have sought mental healthcare or those who exhibit some type of anti social behavior as mentally ill is that it bypasses due process and cheapens the designation.  I don't know if this latest shooter is mentally ill or not, but it's pretty obvious that many others were concerned enough about his behavior to report him multiple times.  There was/is a system in place to deal with this situation.  The system failed. As far as this statement "For centuries, the mentally ill have been shunned by society and no one wants to do a thing to help", I disagree.  I think there are many who want to do something to help.  It's not a simple matter of will.  It's complicated.  The fact is that the vast majority of mentally ill people are not dangerous and may well be better off in open society than being institutionalized. I agree with your last statement, there seems to be little tolerance of people who disagree with ourselves.  That's what I referred to in my earlier post as the "caustic rhetoric".  We seem to want to demonize anyone who has a different opinion or value than our own.
    • Sorry, saw the video, and from that figured out which building burned.  I was finally able to attach a jpg file.    
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