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Lightning Rod
06-04-2001, 09:56 AM
This is an excerpt of the story off the AP. After reading this it make the "Magic bullet" theory with JFK sound pretty reasonable.

"Appearing at a palace enthronement ceremony, his head shaven in a traditional show of respect for the dead, Gyanendra sat on his throne, wearing a crown topped with a large cream-colored plume.
He issued a statement promising the Nepalese people a full explanation of the palace killings - a day after blaming the deaths of King Birendra and eight other royals on ``accidental'' fire from an automatic weapon." Did I mention that 8-12 people were killed?

bkkcoh
06-04-2001, 10:24 AM
You gotta hate those hair-triggers when a gun is pointed at someone... :eek:

Lightning Rod
06-04-2001, 11:45 AM
I bet they wouldn't give up the Royal 3-wood.

Sorry 58, was too easy

58Forever
06-04-2001, 02:12 PM
The Royal 3 wood is definitely worth killing for or dying for...I think the head is made of solid gold...:)

But you see, I was only willing to kill two people for mine, not 10...:p

Rick Stephens
06-04-2001, 04:50 PM
Of course the news media of America makes it sound like this act was commited with a "machine gun." Here are some of the facts.

"......over dinner, the prince is said to have drunk heavily. A furious row broke out and he returned to his private quarters, after his father ordered him out. At around 10pm the carnage began. Dipenda returned to the family gathering with two semi-automatic rifles.

He burst into the room with the assault rifles blazing, spraying the gathered family with a hail of bullets. The burst of 30 rounds each were fired. The prince then disappeared, returning a few minutes later in army fatigues.

As the victums lay dying, he picked out his mother and father, placed a 9mm pistol to their faces and fired before returning upstairs and shooting himself in the head. Dipenda, a keen hunter had a passion for guns and possessed an assortment.

As colonel-in-chief of the Royal Family he was testing three different types of assault rifles and machine guns and was planning to buy around 50,000. The one he used to kill his family was reportedly the G36 manufactured by Heckler and Koch of Germany and the Royal Ordance in Briton.

The American press and Democraps like to blame any shooting done with an assault weapon as having been committed with a "machine gun" when it is not the fact.

keg in kc
06-04-2001, 04:54 PM
Err, whether he used an assault rifle or a butter knife, he killed his whole family...

That was one sick dude...

BIG_DADDY
06-04-2001, 04:58 PM
When sh!t like this happens I don't believe anything they are telling me.

keg in kc
06-04-2001, 05:00 PM
I don't know what/who to believe 99% of the time anymore, big D. The media could completely fabricate just about everything they tell us, and unless we physically see what they're reporting, or know someone trustworthy who did, how are we to know?

Of course I'm a paranoid sonofabiznatch...

DanT
06-04-2001, 05:50 PM
I nominate bkkcoh's last post for the award "Best Use of a Smilie in a Comedy Post":

You gotta hate those hair-triggers when a gun is pointed at someone... :eek:

Skip Towne
06-04-2001, 06:20 PM
Hey keg, you are not paranoid if they are REALLY after you.

Baby Lee
06-04-2001, 06:44 PM
As colonel-in-chief of the Royal Family he was testing three different types of assault rifles and machine guns and was planning to buy around 50,000. The one he used to kill his family was reportedly the G36 manufactured by Heckler and Koch of Germany and the Royal Ordance in Briton.

Then I guess the question everybody's mind is. . . are they going to place an order?

BIG_DADDY
06-04-2001, 06:49 PM
It's those EVIL guns fault. Bwahahaha