I came across this great post over at ClashDaily.com that was written by S.C. Sherman. It’s a really well written piece and I think he raises some interesting points. Below is how it starts:
“One day back in 1987, I walked into High School carrying a 12 gauge shotgun. There was no fanfare. No shrieking, no lock down, and no one called 911. I didn’t get arrested or go crazy. No one really cared. The biggest problem we had was trying to fit it into my locker. If I remember correctly, we made it work by placing my locker partner’s trombone on top of the lockers just for that day. Just for the record and kudos … his name was Chris Shutts, currently serving in Afghanistan. Thanks Chris.”
You know you want to read it. So go do it. It’s really good.