Saturday, June 25, 2016

"The best we can do"

"The best we can [do is] to pray for the father and husband so he can work through this."

That’s what the sheriff said about a woman who shot and killed her daughters during a family argument.

She was apparently nice and cheerful and all the neighbors are shocked. However, deputies had been dispatched to the house on several occasions before this. But the gun stayed.

And now three women are dead and a man is hospitalized  (though not shot).

But prayers are the best the sheriff has.

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At 6:52 PM, June 26, 2016 Anonymous Kathie had this to say...

Sometimes requesting thoughts and prayers may be a euphemism for saying leave the *bleep* alone those who don't want to be contacted at a difficult time.

Not unlike the Southernism "Bless your heart," which doesn't mean that at
all.

 

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