That had to hurt

I’m a strong proponent of women learning how to shoot guns even though they sometimes use them inappropriately:

The wife, 60-year-old Victoria Reid, was arrested Wednesday evening in Rockledge and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and aggravated assault domestic violence.

An arrest report from the Brevard County Sherriff’s Office indicates that Reid forced her husband of 16 years to sit on a couch at gunpoint as she confronted him about having an affair. Once seated, she threatened to maim him, kill him, and give him PTSD – a condition she also suffers from – in order to punish him for his alleged acts of unfaithfulness.

Her threats indicated that she was planning to shoot her husband in the face or chest, however it seemed she settled on traumatizing her husband rather than flat-out killing him, opting to shoot him in his left knee instead. But once she did, the bullet ended up traveling past his knee, up his leg and to his testicles where it got lodged.

I’m also a strong proponent of not doing things you know will make them extremely angry.

4 thoughts on “That had to hurt

  1. “…’till death do us part.”

    Yeah I’d hate to be maimed, killed, AND have PTSD. Any one of those would be bad enough.

    Why does that which we thought was love turn so readily to disappointment, frustration, resentment, anger and hate, roughly in that order? Obviously because it isn’t love.

    It makes sense though, that a society deaf, dumb and blind enough to believe that coercive redistribution is charity can also believe that lust for exaltation and servitude from another is love. It fits rather well, I think. We “fall” in “love” at home and by the same process we fall into socialist authoritarianism as a nation. The results at each level are in essence identical, differing only in the scale of the inevitable destruction.

  2. “…. up his leg and to his testicles where it got lodged.”
    WOW. She can control a bullet with her mind to go to where she really wanted to shoot in the first place?

  3. “I’m also a strong proponent of not doing things you know will make them extremely angry.”
    So, I should avoid them completely, then?

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