Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Words matter.

Another tale from Sarah Brady Paradise:

MANCHESTER, England (KTLA) -- A man is accused of killing his neighbor after a miscommunication triggered by the auto correct spelling feature on the man's cell phone.
Brook says the auto correct on his cell phone changed the word "mutter" (a mild insult) to "nutter" (apparently a much worse insult ).
Brook allegedly attacked Witkowski with a kitchen knife, stabbing him repeatedly.

The Bolton News says the victim had 104 injuries including cuts, stab wounds, bruises and slice marks on his hands, with the fatal blow piercing his heart.

Aren't we always told by the gun-banners/controllers that if we have Commonsense gun control, angry confrontations will turn into "harmless" fistfights instead of deadly shoot outs? Apparently England's draconian knife laws aren't nearly as draconian as their gun laws. But they're getting there.

1 comment:

Il Principe said...

Thought you might like to read a posting I did that spoke about the anti second amendment blogger MikeB302000. Appreciate any comments or links back.......Picking up my first shotgun next week...

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