I just mean that unless you knew someone there who really cares? I don't feel bad for the victims, I didn't know them so it doesn't really matter to me.
Most Helpful Girl
We usually, as a society, think of school as a safe place. A good place, where we gather up our children (our innocents, our loved ones, our future), where they'll learn and grow and flourish as people. Most of us view it more cynically than that, but I think that's still an ideal that hovers around in the back of the mind.
And then someone shoots it up, and the safety is shattered. The children aren't okay. It's a grave, not a place to learn and grow. Colleges are more mature, yeah, but there's still that mindset of "this is school, these are students, this is a place of growing, not death."0
Most Helpful Guy
The true victims are the killers in my opinion
Most people who easily bash on the killers usually... not always never got rejected, we're treated as higher ups , were popular, had a lot of friends
Can you imagine living a life where literally most folks hate you?1
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