If you can’t comment here, then comment there

Isn’t it just a tad bit ironic that the Las Vegas newspaper’s Facebook posting explaining why it no longer allows comments to be appended to articles on its website has more than 150 comments?

A number of the comments are quite crude and vulgar.

The paper’s opening online page still has a “comments” link atop most stories.




6 comments on “If you can’t comment here, then comment there

  1. Steve says:

    Yup…but on FB the posters are limited in anonymity.

  2. Nyp says:

    Today’s Second Amendment moment: 2 dead, 6 wounded in Omaha.

  3. Winston Smith says:

    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Evil assholes abuse their natural rights, randomly kill others at a house party using firearms. No effect to each citizen’s individual right of self-defense detected, including the keeping and bearing of arms, as guaranteed by Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights, which was created to limit the powers delegated to the federal government.

  4. Steve says:

    Gang related shooting….in a vacant house….that is a real stretch..even for you, nyp

  5. bc says:

    Meanwhile here in Chicago the Chicago Sun Times reports that as of 1:06 am last night at least 3 were killed and 23 wounded in weekend shootings. Most victims and shooters were people of color living in the west side or south sides of Chicago. At least one of the three dead was a documented gang member.

    As to date the Rev. Jessie Jackson has not mobilized his resources to bring justice to those who were killed or wounded.

    In another 2nd amendment moment here in Chicago a man was charged with a felony count of unlawful use of a firearm near a school or park and misdemeanor charges of possessing a firearm and ammunition without a FOID (Firearms Owner ID) Card. The man was arrested after being treated for accidently shooting himself in the leg on Friday night.

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