Dept. Of Righteous Shootings

Heheheheh… from the City of Brotherly Love:

ABC6 (Philadelphia) reports a would-be robber was shot and killed on Saturday, after violating the city’s stay-at-home order and, you know, the laws against robbing people.
The shooting happened just before 4:30 p.m. at the Star Wear store in the 2700 block of Germantown Avenue.
Police said the man was shot at least five times by an employee while he trying to rob the store.
The man was taken to the hospital and died a short time later.

Five times?  Dude.

Excuse me, I think it’s time for a

(I know, I shouldn’t go outside with all this “social distancing” stuff going on, but I’m assuming that people are going to stay well clear of a naked old fat man dancing crazy and shooting an AK-47 into the air.)


  1. 5 shots – sounds like the traditional J frame mag dump to me. Perhaps the good guy needs a bigger gun since the old one will disappear into an evidence room someplace.

    I note from the article that the police commissioner ‘s name is Outlaw. You can’t make this stuff up.

    Have a good morning friends.

  2. “…police commissioner Danielle Outlaw ordered a temporary stop to arrests for narcotics offenses, the city’s drug markets are thriving.”
    A police commissioner named “Outlaw”. Nope, Leftists just don’t do irony. That combination of name, her job and her actions is the exemplar of liberal hypocrisy.
    She needs a sign over her office door “facta sequitur nomine”. Betcha most of the drug dealers are black and she is too.

    1. I’m not a Latin scholar, but I suspect the Google translation of that is inaccurate. Should it be “the behavior follows the name”?

  3. Six round revolver, five rounds loaded, hammer on an empty chamber for safety.
    First round: fired as a warning shot, but not aimed at ceiling, wall or floor, as landlord will deduct repair costs from security deposit.
    Second round: also meant as a warning shot, but this time as “Seriously, man, I’m armed and want you to know it.”
    Third round: this is a definite “stopping round.” Fired to prevent perpetrator from advancing any further, though he may have only been advancing while he writhed on the ground in serious pain from the first two rounds.
    Fourth round: Fired as an “insurance” round, also known as a “double tap.”
    Fifth round: Fired as punctuation, to emphasize the shooter’s intolerance for this kind of bad-guy foolishness. This round could also have been a “Oh what the freekin’ hell?” round. Usually fired because shooter figures it’s just as easy to reload five rounds as four.

    Glad I could help.

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