Friday, October 2, 2009


Normally I'd try to compose some witty comment to lead into a news article, but this time... it's kind of hard to top the story itself.
A frustrated customer at the Kenwood Towne Centre Apple store Thursday afternoon ended up going to jail after police say he showed an employee a gun.

He told the employee he was, "So mad, I could pop a 9mm at it."

The employee allegedly told Goodrich there was no need for that, then Goodrich allegedly told the employee, "I'll do it right now. Look!"

Goodrich then allegedly opened the right side of his shirt, displaying a black, 9mm handgun.
[Full Article]
Now that I think about it, about this time yesterday I was at Kenwood Towne Centre getting some Chick-fil-A for lunch. When leaving the mall, we walked by 5-7 deputies cuffing a guy and putting him into the back of a squad car. I'm guessing it was probably this guy with the problematic iPhone.

1 comment:

Mark Miller said...

I'm reminded of Xavier's Five Rules of Concealed Carry:
1. Your concealed handgun is for protection of life only.
2. Know exactly when you can use your gun.
3. If you can run away -- RUN!
4. Display your gun, be prepared to go to jail.
5. Don't let your emotions get the best of you.