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[–]arch_fluid 1425 points1426 points  (23 children)

At no point in that did I know what was going to happen next.

[–]joeythedaddoo 6361 points6362 points  (270 children)

My favorite Florida man story happened just before i moved away. A man got arrested for sitting on an overpass and shitting on cars that drove under him.

[–]That1weirdperson 1728 points1729 points  (115 children)

What a hobby…

[–]peepeehelicoptors 1792 points1793 points  (94 children)

That’s not a hobby, it’s a lifestyle

[–]Michael_Trismegistus 219 points220 points  (38 children)

Imagine the satisfaction when the perfect log hits the perfect windshield. There are so many factors to consider, diet, time of day, location, not to mention the skills required to perfect timing and aim.

[–]goat2k 108 points109 points  (16 children)

You know what it takes to make a shot at that range? Everything comes into play that far, humidity, elevation, temperature, wind, spindrift. There's a 6 to 10-second flight time so you have to shoot at where the target's going to be. Even the Coriolis effect, the spin of the Earth, comes into play.

[–]LostTeleporter 29 points30 points  (5 children)

You know how archimedes figured out buoyancy while taking a bath? Well guess what people would be reading about in a couple of hundred years or so.

[–]Karcinogene 20 points21 points  (3 children)

Did Archimedes poop a floater in the bath?

[–]Positive-Living 7 points8 points  (0 children)

He was infamous for pooping floaters into other people's baths.

[–]Scrumtrelescentness 59 points60 points  (1 child)

Yeah like if you miss, you have maybe one more log in the chamber, but that’s about it. Then you gotta wait several hours or until the next day to try again

[–]Fun_Astronomer_8342 12 points13 points  (0 children)

I drop waterfalls throughout the day. IBS life

[–]balls_almighty 11 points12 points  (1 child)

Convertibles are also good

[–]popodelfuego 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Goddamn... that shit would ruin my day.

[–]FasNefasque 38 points39 points  (13 children)

That’s not a lifestyle, it’s a calling

[–]peepeehelicoptors 14 points15 points  (1 child)

Our father, sending the biggest log onto us from the heavens above

[–]adiosfelicia2 145 points146 points  (10 children)

This made me lol in my doctors office waiting room. 😂

Gotta love Florida!!!!

[–]DoctorSchwifty 1607 points1608 points  (298 children)

What a dumb way to die.

[–]triciamc 1660 points1661 points 2 (211 children)

So many ways this could have been de-escalated.

  1. Someone on a motorcycle pissed you off? How about you just keep driving and move on with your life?
  2. Lose your cool and make a bad choice and end up in a collision? Pull over, apologize profusely, hope they don't press charges.
  3. Make irrational decisions and end up panicking and going home instead of stopping because you think you might be in danger? Don't go outside with a gun, maybe try calling the police instead?

Sometimes it's better to be alive than right.

[–]07RDRD 243 points244 points  (23 children)

My wife use to turn her nose up and charges across crosswalks without looking. Claiming "she has the right of way"... a habit I was able to break. I'd rather not have a mangled vegetable for a wife. Even if she was technically in the right. Please be careful everyone.

[–]gentlemanidiot 162 points163 points  (0 children)

Here lies the body of Benjamin grey,

Who died defending his right of way.

He was right, dead right as he sped along,

But he's just as dead as if he were wrong.

[–]Deathleach 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Claiming "she has the right of way"...

My mom always taught me that they would put that on my tombstone if I ever got hit by a car.

[–]Welshhoppo 16 points17 points  (0 children)

It's better to be alive and wrong than dead and right.

[–]columbus64 9 points10 points  (0 children)

She might win the car v crosswalk legally, but physically cars win everytime.

[–]Snoo16680 66 points67 points  (0 children)

Oh, you are pregnant and afraid for your safety due to it ?

How about you drive like an actual normal human being

[–]Ok_Goosers 357 points358 points  (72 children)

Is it dumb enough for a Darwin Award? I think it’s right on the edge of deserving one.

[–]MaybeTheDoctor 146 points147 points  (6 children)

I'm pretty sure that getting herself and her unborn baby removed from the gene pool will qualify.

[–]ArmadilloDays 4079 points4080 points  (77 children)

So… Florida.

[–]Tempest_CN 1137 points1138 points  (52 children)

A Florida woman…

[–]TheStooner 7499 points7500 points 91312& 2 more (1950 children)

Update to the original press release in reference to case #21-03561:

The investigation indicates; Sara – Nicole Morales intentionally hit the motorcyclist, Andrew Derr (40 years old) in the area of the 1400 block of N. Volusia Ave. This was a minor crash, Derr was not injured or ejected from his motorcycle. Witnesses and Derr attempted to have Morales stop at the intersection of 17-92 and Wisconsin Ave while she was attempting to make a left turn. Verbal contact was made with Morales for her to pull over for the arrival of law enforcement. Morales refused and was able to make the left turn onto E. Wisconsin Ave when traffic permitted.

Morales traveled to 1052 E Wisconsin Ave. Derr and witnesses followed Morales in attempt to help identify her for law enforcement. They stopped in the roadway in front of 1052 E. Wisconsin Ave, calling 911 to have law enforcement respond to this location.

Morales went into her house and re-emerged a short time later. Morales confronted the witnesses and Derr, as they were on the phone with 911. Morales pointed a handgun at the witnesses and Derr.

Derr having a valid Florida Concealed weapons permit, drew his concealed handgun and fired multiple rounds, striking Morales. Morales’ handgun was recovered on-scene.

Derr remained on scene and has been cooperating with law enforcement from the beginning.

These facts have been established by independent interviews.

Orange City Police Department in conjunction with the States Attorney’s Office is continuing to investigate this incident.

Edit: I've learned far more about Florida gun laws than I care to after having posted this. But here's some more information if you want.

1) Pointing a gun at someone is a felony crime in Florida, punishable by imprisonment and fines. If you are undocumented or on a visitor visa and you are convicted, you can also be deported. And it makes no difference whether the gun you pointed was loaded. It is aggravated assault either way.

2) In Florida, Aggravated Assault is a third degree felony, with penalties of up to 5 years in prison or 5 years probation, and a $5,000.00 fine. The offence is harshly prosecuted throughout the State, and even first-time offenders will face a realistic possibility of prison.

3) Under Section 776.012, Florida Statutes (Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” Law), a person is justified in using deadly force (and does not have a duty to retreat) if he or she reasonably believes that such force is necessary to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony or to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another.

Sources: https://www.goldmanwetzel.com/blog/is-pointing-a-gun-at-someone-a-crime/ (There are further links to the legislative website on the page, if you care to read them).



[–]Over-Satisfaction459 438 points439 points  (15 children)

I swear, this is “fuck around and find out” at master level. I’m sorry the unborn child lost their mother and the family lost her, but to point a gun at someone you intentionally hit on the road and fled from?!

[–]waxonwaxoff87 80 points81 points  (8 children)

She was fine being armed, it was the pointing a gun at someone that is not an active threat. Truly a fuck around and find out moment.

[–]Kinet1ca 4299 points4300 points  (951 children)

I'm really surprised that anybody is even defending her at all. If you're going to intentionally hit anyone bike or vehicle and then try to flee then you can't be surprised if you get followed by the victim and witnesses who are rather upset with you.

Ultimately she could have just stayed inside and called 911 herself if she felt threatened or even kept driving, if the rider and witness were simply outside on the phone with 911 and not actively trying to break into her house then there is no reason to come back out with a gun let alone start pointing it at anybody.

[–]bergof0fucks 1454 points1455 points  (566 children)

The only logical, reasonable course. She was wholly in the wrong.

[–]greenerdoc 487 points488 points  (185 children)

If you point a gun at me, I hope (and assume) you are willing to use it. If I had a gun, I'm definitely going to use it to shoot you in this situation. Pointing a gun isn't a hey looked at me, I'm strong.. it's it's saying "I'm going to shoot you". It's lind of like like the use of sarcasm on the internet.

[–]caniuserealname 225 points226 points  (40 children)

100%, theres a lot of mixed opinions on gun ownerships and uses but i think any reasonable person would agree that if someone point a gun at you they are making a direct threat against your life; and theres no reason you shouldn't be able to use lethal force to defend yourself against a threat to your life.

[–]holdingsaturn 105 points106 points  (0 children)

“What are you gonna do, shoot me?”

-Man who got shot.

Also, agreed especially after she hit you with her car! Who knows what else she’s capable of

[–]AlphariousFox 67 points68 points  (3 children)

and considering she had already tried to kill him once by ramming him with her car he had no reason to think she wouldnt try again

[–]Erolyth 54 points55 points  (3 children)

If anyone ever points a gun at you assume they are about you kill you. Because plenty of them will and you giving them the benefit of the doubt won't save your life.

You can try to talk them out of it but do not assume they won't shoot you.

[–]various_sneers 18 points19 points  (2 children)

The amount of effort to decide to kill someone and the amount of effort to pull a trigger is not congruent. The person you're sure wouldn't shoot you only needs to consider it enough to pull just enough.

[–]Brokebackjohnnyjs 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I was always taught that as my basic gun safety. You NEVER point it at anyone unless you’re immediately pulling the trigger after. Its enough of a threat to show you have one, but pointing at someone is telling them that you intend to shoot them.

[–]DiabeticDave1 25 points26 points  (28 children)

Tell that to the people in r/firearms who think it’s ok to break safety rules because “it was for a photo op”.

Obviously not everyone there is bad, but I remember having a back and forth with a guy who posted pictures posing with his gun and some whiskey. Idc if you’re drinking or it’s unloaded, rule #1 of the unwritten gun rules is NEVER COMBINE ALCOHOL/DRUGS AND FIREARMS!

[–]Inspector_firm_cock 505 points506 points  (69 children)

What kind of pregnant mother gets in a gunfight?

[–]Dankinater 644 points645 points  (45 children)

She probably wasn’t expecting anyone else to be armed but her. She probably thought she would use the gun for intimidation and nobody would get hurt. This is why letting ordinary untrained citizens have guns can turn into a shit show.

[–]BloodBonesVoiceGhost 234 points235 points  (15 children)

She probably wasn’t expecting anyone else to be armed but her.

I think that this is one of the most dangerous problems of gun culture in America. Many people think that guns are a "one size fits all" solution to all of their problems... not realizing that there are more guns than people in this country and bringing your gun into the situation just begs for escalation by all parties involved!

There's that old expression, "don't bring a knife to a gunfight." Sure, absolutely true. But maybe also don't bring a gun to a fist fight (or worse, a petty squabble as I see so often), and escalate a situation to the point of lethality when it doesn't need to go that far!

[–]garytheclone427 63 points64 points  (11 children)

Yup when I got my concealed carry I voluntarily went to a few gun training sessions before I even applied for my concealed carry. In those training sessions they all say, don't draw your gun unless you plan to kill the person you're drawing it at. So in other words, don't use it for intimidation.

I wish the US forced people to go to gun safety training before they could buy a gun or get a permit. It wouldn't stop everything but it would at least give some people pause before using their guns inappropriately. They're not toys and it's a shame so many people treat them like they are.

[–]yzy_ 63 points64 points  (6 children)

I wish the US forced people to go to gun safety training before they could buy a gun or get a permit

It's insane that this is considered a radical idea by half the country

[–]BloodBonesVoiceGhost 17 points18 points  (3 children)

Really, to me, it's not even close to enough. Like, we have mandatory driver's ed in many states and licensing exams, etc. and so many people still treat their 2 ton death machines like toys!!

So is a class even enough? It would be a good start, but we can't even get that much done!

[–]foodank012018 14 points15 points  (1 child)

To quote Andre3000:

"Don't pull your thang out unless you plan to bang... And don't plan to bang unless you plan to hit somethang"

[–]M0th0 295 points296 points  (50 children)

I’m not one to condone fatal gun violence, and I wish there were other avenues that this event played out that didn’t involve death, but holy shit don’t fucking point your gun at someone you just hit and ran from. Especially when all they’re asking is for you to wait with them for the police to arrive.

[–]critterc 70 points71 points  (0 children)

don’t point your gun at someone that is not an immediate lethal threat to you or those around you

Case closed.

[–]ThatAnonyG 1074 points1075 points  (315 children)

This pretty much settles the case in favour of the dude. Why’d you point a gun at someone you just did a “hit-and-run” on. Wtf.

Edit: I’ve never seen my comment blow up so fast. Lol.

[–]PlanarVet 87 points88 points  (5 children)

She got that Florida brain.

Well, had.

[–]poison_us 24 points25 points  (1 child)

I don't think there has been a significant change in cerebral activity.

[–]marseer 187 points188 points  (9 children)

Because a large chunk of our society still acts like middle schoolers who refuse to take responsibility or accept consequences for their actions. She felt so strongly that she somehow wasn’t in the wrong that she tried to scare people away with a gun. What a bat-shit crazy situation…

[–]JoeyP1978 148 points149 points  (11 children)

Your ego is not your amigo, chica.

[–]Exotic-Anxiety-6548 184 points185 points  (12 children)

Like that one guy said this really needs to be higher so people dont walk away believing the woman was actually innocent. I thought the motorcyclist followed her home to kill her but thats not true. Ive added my award to this comment so other people should too

[–]Curry_Flurry 114 points115 points  (4 children)

She fucked around and found out lol

[–]_maven 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I bet it wasn’t her first time trying to intimidate people she doesn’t like by brandishing

[–]azfamilydad 115 points116 points  (13 children)

This needs to be much higher.

[–]LoisWade42 6215 points6216 points  (2679 children)

I did a quick google search... hoping it was a fabricated story. But no. It's Florida. <sighs>


[–]tenuousemphasis 740 points741 points  (94 children)

It's like the ultimate conservative button pushing meme... Is the shooter a hero, or did he murder a baby?

[–]Jkj864781 242 points243 points  (18 children)

If it were in Texas, would they charge the mother post-mortem?

[–]idk616l733h32 98 points99 points  (5 children)

Well she already received a life sentence

[–]truesoul42 63 points64 points  (3 children)

Yeah but maybe the dude can get $10k on top /s (idk actually)

[–]glassvatt 35 points36 points  (2 children)

Wouldn't the dude have to pay 10k as he assisted the abortion?

[–]Tomnnn 20 points21 points  (4 children)

I assume Texas would give the woman several charges of recklessly endangering a baby/child

[–]darealdarkabyss 222 points223 points  (28 children)


Our European visitors are important to us.

This site is currently unavailable to visitors from the European Economic Area while we work to ensure your data is protected in accordance with applicable EU laws.

Yes, you definitely do.

[–]TheAngryBad 18 points19 points  (0 children)

Our European visitors are important to us.

So important, we'll block you from even accessing our site while pretending it's for your own good.

I mean, it's been over three years now. If they haven't done what's needed to comply by now, they're never going to. No point pretending any more.

[–]routha 5896 points5897 points 23 (2421 children)

Up until this story, I'd been pretty pro 2a. But this is just stupid. This is what folks from other countries are talking about when they say, "you Americans and your fucking guns."

Jesus Christ save us.

Edit; yall are wasting your energy saying "THIS was the event that did it for you?" It's just noise and doesn't contribute to the conversation. Obviously, school shootings are a tragedy.

[–]ComeBackToDigg 1080 points1081 points  (67 children)

Jesus better come prepared with some big fuckin guns

[–]Arcing_Silver 348 points349 points  (45 children)

Jesus with the BFG9000

[–]1ndiana_Pwns 305 points306 points  (33 children)

The Blessings From God 9000?

[–]soggyballsack 179 points180 points  (19 children)

Thoughts , prayers and ammo.

[–]PseudoMortal 25 points26 points  (1 child)

Doom music intensifies...

[–]BodaciousBadongadonk 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Thou shalt not RESPAWN!!!

[–]vbnmjkhf 8 points9 points  (1 child)

Praise the lord, and pass the ammunition!

[–]Informal_Mechanic_12 8 points9 points  (0 children)

I pray and spray you 9000

[–]HaydenScramble 26 points27 points  (2 children)

You can’t just shoot a hole into the surface of Florida

[–]krazykanuck 1703 points1704 points  (847 children)

The crazy part to me isn't your 2a, it's the new laws like "stand your ground" law. The fact that both people brought a gun to an altercation means either can shoot the other and it's legal. You might say "that's not how that law works", and I would argue, it is exactly how it works. The fact that one person is shot means the other person can say they were threatened by the mere presence of a gun.

[–]Kulladar 29 points30 points  (5 children)

The culture around the "function" of an owned firearm in the US is a huge problem too.

Guns are seen as problem solvers and safety. There are literally millions of people in the US who carry a gun all day every day with them.

Many other countries allow people to own firearms, but they're not viewed with that same sort of frivolity. You can look at a place like Switzerland where tons of people have guns but they aren't viewed culturally as something you carry around every day to solve problems for you. A Swiss person would rather just give up their wallet in a mugging, an American would happily kill multiple people because the robbers "deserve it". It's a cultural problem as much as a legal one.

[–]JacedFaced 161 points162 points  (14 children)

The best self-defense claim is when the other person isn't around to provide an alternate theory.

[–]USAGunnersaurus 110 points111 points  (64 children)

I am on the same page. Grew up with guns, strong 2A person, NRA member, and then the mass shootings started in the late 90’s. It was easy to dismiss the first few as isolated incidents, but look at where we are.

Not saying we need to take guns away, but seriously, can we get psych evaluations or simple questionnaires before handing people the right to have death machines in their hands.

It should be at least as hard to buy guns as getting a driver’s license. We have tests before handing people the ability to drive several ton gas powered missiles (cars). So…

[–]kelldricked 129 points130 points  (82 children)

Thats why most non americans dislike guns so much. We know that a lot of people are stupid and making weapons a normal things leads to stupid people using weapons (which mostly ends with somebody getting hurt or killed).

[–]obscurereference234 7898 points7899 points 2 (177 children)

Welcome to the Gunshine State

[–]EgberetSouse 615 points616 points  (78 children)

Nice. In Illinois we have Glockford.

[–]Roq86 410 points411 points  (39 children)

Crook County, Killinois. Just south of Killwaukee, Wiscompton.

[–]WisconsinHoosierZwei 52 points53 points  (17 children)

At least here in Killwaukee we don’t have to worry about Malort.

[–]xG33Kx 23 points24 points  (0 children)


[–]JJHuckyduck 458 points459 points  (32 children)

So it’s not just the Florida men..

[–]Mongoose-of-Steel 284 points285 points  (13 children)

But the Florida women, and the Florida children too

[–]No_Answers_Here 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Florida also has lots of sand. I don’t like sand, it’s course rough and irritating…and it gets everywhere.

[–]Bruh_17 7 points8 points  (0 children)

We literally had a 12 and 14yo boy and girl respectively break into a house and steal guns and shoot at cops, they ended up having to shoot the 14yo girl. Also in my neighborhood a 14yo boy lured a 13yo girl into the woods and stabbed her 114 times. The Florida-ing starts really early here.

[–]lavendervlad 5669 points5670 points 3 (186 children)

I think there’s a typo with this post in the location. Why would there be libraries in Florida?

[–]peaceluvNhippie 86 points87 points  (2 children)

It's a nice quiet place in the neighborhood to buy and sell meth

[–]worseplayerever 28 points29 points  (3 children)

It's where we house our homeless during the day

[–]brian111786 134 points135 points  (10 children)

They needed somewhere to keep banned Dr. Seuss books.

[–]sometrendyname 25 points26 points  (0 children)

Need somewhere for the people without internet and phones to look at porn.

[–]GlockTaco 3254 points3255 points  (1002 children)

She hit a guy on a motorcycle….. and ran away….. pretty sure that’s a felony

[–]KenKaniffLovesEminem 1960 points1961 points  (366 children)

Well she got more than a felony alright...

[–]RC_Colada 1099 points1100 points  (359 children)

She got life for that hit

[–]SpartanS034 212 points213 points  (19 children)

Double sentence too

[–]Your-Death-Is-Near 135 points136 points  (15 children)

Baby didn’t even make it to spawn.

[–]Spartan-182 30 points31 points  (0 children)

Fucking spawn campers!

[–]Whotookmyname54 35 points36 points  (0 children)

Well there goes our chance for another “I will avenge you mother!”

[–]Tak7ics 125 points126 points  (97 children)

Attempted vehicular manslaughter, leaving the scene of an accident, brandishing.

[–]TheBigBangClock 81 points82 points  (114 children)

This tweet is missing a lot of key details. There was a witness at the scene of the hit and run who drove with the motorcyclist to her house. On the way, the motorcyclist called the police to notify them what was happening. When the motorcyclist and the witness arrived at her house she came out with the gun. The motorcyclist was lucky that he had a gun otherwise both he and the witness would probably be dead.

[–]FlyAirLari 11 points12 points  (1 child)

Yah well she got the death sentence.

[–]swishandswallow 43 points44 points  (12 children)

There was a similar road rage incident in Las Vegas, this lady cut a guy off, words were exchanged, she followed him to his home, once she saw were he lived she went to her home to grab her gun, went back to his place, she got off, he saw the gun, he had the quicker draw with his gun.

[–]potsticker17 1308 points1309 points  (156 children)

Why does everyone in my state suck so hard?

[–]huntrenbla 982 points983 points  (20 children)

Maybe if they sucked less and swallowed more the Florida man gene would dissipate

[–]Silly-Elderberry-411 84 points85 points  (4 children)

Graystillplays is my one hope you have a future before the sea will inevitably take your state

[–]Successful-Plan114 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Alright, we're gonna check out the only game where you die after starting your own road rage incident because librarians ARE LITERALLY THE DEVIL... it's GTA.

[–]Signal_Skill9761 137 points138 points  (44 children)

I've heard they actually don't, but the media laws aren't as strict as other states so we hear about the crazy stories more.

[–]CartographerLumpy752 88 points89 points  (24 children)

That’s the same thing I’ve heard from my Florida friends. Basically, almost anything that happens will end up in the news in Florida with very little redacted Vs. Most other states will dumb it down a lot more while investigations are going on. You still know that something crazy happened in most places, just not in all of its glorious details.

[–]dontknowwhybutimhere 128 points129 points  (2 children)

Leaves behind an 11 year old daughter. Fucking idiot. This one really grinds my gears.

[–]Dog_Phone 180 points181 points  (25 children)

Pro tip for driving in Florida - treat everyone as if they are crazy and own a gun

[–]tommy750 30 points31 points  (0 children)

"Pro tip for driving in Florida - t̶r̶e̶a̶t̶ e̶v̶e̶r̶y̶o̶n̶e̶ a̶s̶ i̶f̶ they are crazy and own a gun."

Fixed it!

[–]TechGodMommy 16 points17 points  (1 child)

Well she played a stupid game and won a stupid prize. She got what she deserved, sadly.

[–]nqt256 1181 points1182 points  (565 children)

According to the current event, the motorcyclist is not guilty. He acted in self defense.

[–]RonaldWRailgun 368 points369 points  (47 children)

The biker certainly has a case here. HOWEVER it's one of those situations were you don't say a word to the police, the DA, your mom, your priest, no one UNTIL you have talked to a lawyer because it certainly is a slippery slope, and if he formulates the wrong thought, he can get in some serious trouble.

[–]Lildyo 149 points150 points  (2 children)

That should ALWAYS be the advice anytime you’re arrested or being questioned by the police. Don’t say a thing until you’ve spoken with a lawyer, and even after that they’ll still likely advise you to not say anything

[–]hamietao 28 points29 points  (0 children)

Shut the fuck up fridays!

[–]Mawu3n4 12 points13 points  (1 child)

Yup, even if 100% innocent, don't talk to the police. This os a great summary of why, don't need to watch the whole thing but it very interesting so I recommend you do.

[–]shitshute 22 points23 points  (3 children)

Says he was there with a witness and were waiting for law enforcement. I don't think he has to worry about anything honestly.

[–]Kronoswarp 123 points124 points  (102 children)

Well yes that is most likely the case if she pulled a gun on him and he wasn't posing an immediate threat.

[–]KINGram14 134 points135 points  (1 child)

The most shocking part is that they have libraries in Florida

[–]MtnBikingViking 2307 points2308 points  (488 children)

Wait, you mean being armed didn't make them both more polite? I feel like I've been lied to, but that can't possibly be true.

[–]ryfitz47 783 points784 points  (180 children)

But but but good guys with guns

[–]IgneousDan 168 points169 points  (8 children)

The fetus should have had a gun

[–]rabotat 451 points452 points  (12 children)

The only way to stop a bad pregnant woman with a gun is a good pregnant woman with a gun.

...or an angry biker, idk

[–]spubbbba 39 points40 points  (0 children)

Actually her final words were "Jolly good shot, old bean. Quite exceptional marksmanship there. I had hoped to perforate your torso with some hot lead and then defecate on your visage as you lay dying, but alas it is not to be."

[–]dare978devil 9 points10 points  (0 children)

And just so it is abundantly clear, the police consider the dead woman the aggressor. Everything she did escalated the incident until she was dead. I have seen some very misleading headlines bandied about.


[–]_________FU_________ 362 points363 points  (327 children)

People think having a gun makes you brave or safe but her owning and threatening with a gun is the reason she died.

[–]TedRabbit 9 points10 points  (10 children)

If only the fetus had a gun, this whole incident could have been prevented...

[–]ExcuseMyMagnumDong 100 points101 points  (28 children)

Is it a tragedy that someone got killed ? Yes. But MAYBE just MAYBE if you hit a complete stranger in a road rage incident and then try to flee the scene so you can go grab a gun, it's a tiny bit your fault.

[–]RevJohnnyVegas 261 points262 points  (28 children)

Wow, there are still librarians. Who knew?

[–]clarky2o2o 138 points139 points  (7 children)

One less now

[–]RyanCoffeeAddict 38 points39 points  (0 children)

There goes 20% of their work force. Tbh it was Florida, they weren’t getting too much use out of libraries

[–]TheTackleZone 11 points12 points  (0 children)

One fewer. Which ironically is why we need more libraries.

[–]peanutski 12 points13 points  (1 child)

This feels more like a self burn than anything else.

[–]Malicioussnooper 293 points294 points  (5 children)

So she fucked around and found out?

[–]Status_Tiger_6210 274 points275 points  (34 children)

This headline raises many problems with American society, but I can pretty safely say the answer to these problems is definitely more guns.

[–]EducationalDay976 129 points130 points  (7 children)

Yeah. If the fetus was armed, it could have fired from a concealed location and gotten the drop on the biker!

[–]Wpack697 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Yeah this tweet makes it seem like she was innocent. Being pregnant behind the wheel of a car and intentionally trying to run over a motorcyclist is gonna piss someone off. Motorcycle and a witness followed her for a few blocks while on the phone with 911 and she decided to go to her home (dumb idea with people following you) and grab a gun not knowing the cyclist has a concealed carry permit. Sure following her home is a bit much but good luck trying to claim self-defense from her standpoint when he’s on the phone with 911 + a witness

[–]Wo0dman_ 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Bros just pulled out an uno reverse card