Sunday, May 12, 2013


This is surreal.  First, I get this in my mailbox:

Then I read these news:

New Orleans police said at least 12 people were hurt after a shooting at a Mother's Day parade, according to local media reports Sunday.
No deaths were immediately reported after the shooting, which hit a "second line"  in the 7th Ward in east New Orleans.
The second line is a New Orleans tradition in which parade-goers typically follow a parade's official participants. Hundreds of people were reportedly taking part and also watching the event.

And I finally understand!  This is not a paradox.  It is an intended outcome.  After all, the two of those guns are not used for hunting, unless the hunting is for humans.  Guns are meant to shoot, right.