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It seems like there is always a trend in unimaginably horrible acts of violence that is trendy at a certain point in time What was it a while back Postal workers It was almost trendy to work at the post office and well go postal killing as many people as you could before running out of ammo or being stopped What else was there Drive-bys were pretty popular for a while there And now a days What is it Is it cool to be a disgruntled teenager who cannot deal with the pressure of growing up and therefore feels the need to not only kill himself but also to take classmates with him It seems like every few months it happens again and is reported by the media so clichd and so unemotional that the viewers find it hard to distinguish between shootings The main reason that school shootings cannot be predicted is because there is no pattern of previous behavior leading up to the incident Only one characteristic has been evident in every school shooting to date The shooters have all been boys Obviously there is a problem here There are a growing number of these school shootings occurring each year so people want to diagnose the problem But who can say what the problem is Is it loose enforcement of gun control laws that allows children to fall into guns so easily that they cannot pass up the opportunity to open fire on those they have grievances with That is basically saying that kids today are inherently evil and so the solution is to get rid of the children bringing an end to the human race That does not seem logical Most officials try to solve the problem of school shootings by increasing security which more often than not means the installation of metal detectors Rappoport The problem with that is anyone who goes to the school with the intent of killing
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