Say I packed a small plastic ball with cow dung and rigged it to detonate upon non-careful handling, then placed the ball in a shopping bag behind a statue in a public area. A stranger finds the bag, opens it, and gets dung splattered and ball fragment riddled causing an eye injury. Would you say what I did was a “deliberate attack”?
Apparently, this exploding ball incident (possibly student masterminded) is not considered so by one individual.
I think the exploding ball manufacturer was deliberate in personal motivation and had nefarious intentions, unconcerned about consequences resulting to another from ball explosion. So, to me, the injurious incident was a deliberate attack.
I’d like to know more about ball contents, how often the ball explosions occur, and what motivates the students (if they are the culprits) to create these small bombs. Are the explosive incidents occasional pranks or an evolving deadly game?
What is your opinion about exploding balls and their manufacturers?
Questioning Accidental Crossfire
On June 10, 2017, read this article and it had me questioning how deaths and wounds resulted from a crossfire “accident”, especially since the gunfire was not from opposing forces.
If you read the article, did a concurring question arise?
I’d like to see further coverage on this incident and the police investigation. Would you?
I’ve added new pages for legalities, a contact form and contributor information. If you read any of those pages before today, then please read them again…several have been tweaked.
Added social media share buttons and a follow button.
Decided Creative Commons license will not apply to this website.
Hope you’ll let me know if you have any problems using the site, so I can correct anything that’s not functioning properly.
I’m open to any suggestions for improving the site.
Next post should be on site’s theme. Oh yah!
Bye, for now!
Hey, hey, hey…got a little bit done today.
Surprised to see I had pages and pages of member subscribers to the blog. Doofy me forgot to untick that anyone could register, so the spammy-yammies had a field day. Sorry if you were a legit member, especially since subscribers were deleted. But you can now subscribe to the updated feed via RSS reader or subscribe for updates delivered by email. Subscription options are in the right sidebar. Of course, you can bookmark the site and check-in at your convenience.
Posted an “About” page. If you have time, read it. More pages will be added before I can get into the heart of this blog.
Changed the theme several times and may do again. Hang in there as I waddle through set-up.
Excuses, Excuses, Excuses (Positive and Negative)
You may be wondering why this site is not further along with content, so let me provide some negative and positive excuses:
- Several family deaths and illnesses (negative)
- Holiday travel (positive)
- Electricity outage spanning several days (negative and positive)
- Other work deemed more important (positive)
- Personal health issues (negative)
- Procrastination (negative and positive)
- Indecisiveness (negative and positive)
Hey, but I did get the SSL certificates installed with no major complications. Oh yah! That’s a cool positive in the right direction, huh?
Anyhoo, the plan is to work on site next week…to complete set-up. A myriad of things (negative and positive) could delay me, so don’t hold your breath.
On another positive note, my great-granddaughter cut her first tooth, with a second breaking through the gums. On a negative note, my daughter ran over a wild boar, which damaged her new car, but thankfully, she did not wreck (Another positive!).
Final thought: Don’t let excuses excuse you from responsibilities, even though some deadlines may not be met on time, and always look for the positives when confronted with negatives in life